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100 Great Children's Picturebooks. 01: The Slant Book, Peter Newell (1910) 02: Le fond du sac (The bottom of the bag), Benjamin Rabier (1912) 03: Voyages et glorieuses découvertes des grandes navigateurs (Voyages and glorious discoveries of the great seafarers), Edy Legrand (1921) 04: Pro Dva Kyadrata (About two squares), El Lissitzky (1922) 05: Morozhenoe (Ice Cream), Samuil Marshak, Illustrations by Vladimir Lebedev (1925) 06: Potop (The Flood), Semion Polotsky, illustrated by Dmitri Bulanov (1925) 07: Clever Bill, William Nicholson (1926) 08: Il teatro di Bonaventura: una losca congiura (The theatre of Bonaventura: a shady conspiracy), Sergio Tefanao (1930) 09: Kem byt’?

100 Great Children's Picturebooks.

(Whom shall I be?) , Vladimir Mayakovsky, Illustrated by Nisson Shiffrin (1931) 10: Hansi, Ludwig Bemelmans (1934) 11: Little Tim and the Brave Sea Captain, Edward Ardizzone (1936) 12: Lucy Brown and Mister Grimes, Edward Ardizzone (1937) 13: This Year: Next Year, Walter de la Mare, illustrated by Harold Jones (1937) 14: High Street, J. M. 50 fictieve gebouwen. Ai Weiwei. Alleen met kunst. Amateur. Wendelien van Oldenborgh. Wendelien van OldenborghAmateur Edited by Emily Pethick and Wendelien van Oldenborgh with David MorrisTexts by Nana Adusei-Poku, Ricardo Basbaum, Frédérique Bergholtz, Eric de Bruyn, Binna Choi, David Dibosa, Denise Ferreira da Silva, Avery F.

Amateur. Wendelien van Oldenborgh.

Gordon, Tom Holert, Nataša Ilić, Charl Landvreugd, Sven Lütticken, Anna Manubens, Ruth Noack, Grant Watson Amateur is the first comprehensive publication about Wendelien van Oldenborgh’s moving image works, and their accompanying installations. Developed over the past ten years of her practice, these works explore communication and interaction between individuals, often against the backdrop of a unique public location, in order to cast attention on repressed, incomplete, and unresolved histories. Through the staging of these encounters on film, van Oldenborgh enables multiple perspectives and voices to coexist, and brings to light political, social, and cultural relationships and how they are manifested through social interactions.

Animals. Edited by Filipa Ramos Part of the acclaimed 'Documents of Contemporary Art' series of anthologies.

Animals.

"Animals have been imperative to art-making since humans first made marks on the walls of subterranean chambers. It is one of the longest threads in the story of culture. This terrific volume features some of the brightest contemporary minds, demonstrating how thinking about other animals in art remains as vital, complex, and paradoxical as it has ever been.” Antoni Gaudi. Ornament, fire and ashes. Columns of smoke - vol. III.

Translated by Graham Thomson softcoverEnglish21 x 16 cm100 halftones images; 140 color plates224 ppISBN: 978-84-939231-6-7 When the Corbusian International Modern style, with its contempt for ornament, imposed itself on architecture, figures like Gaudí (1852-1926) were relegated to the sidelines.

Antoni Gaudi. Ornament, fire and ashes. Columns of smoke - vol. III.

In this volume, Lahuerta situates Gaudí in his context and vindicates his fin-de-siècle bohemian modernity.Embodied in such powerful images as the spires of the Sagrada Familia and the flames rising from burning churches during the Tragic Week of 1909, the story takes us back to the Barcelona of the early twentieth century, when class struggle threatened to topple the prevailing capitalist model. Drawing on rare original documents collected over several decades, the author shows that Gaudí was not an isolated eccentric but an architect who was keenly aware of the key theories and major works of his time and the creator of revolutionary technical innovations.

Art and/as research at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts Antwerp. AND/ASArt and/as Research at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts Antwerp Els De bruyn, Johan Pas [red.] 2016 / Kunst / Fotografie / Theorie.

Art and/as research at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts Antwerp.

Atopolis - Mons 2015. Balzac and the model of painting. Artist stories in La Comédie humaine. Research Monographs in French Studies 24 Legenda 14 December 2007 • 160pp ISBN: 978-1-905981-06-9 (hardback) • RRP £75, $99 ModernFrenchArt Texts about paintings, painters and sculptors are obvious test cases for issues of representation.

Balzac and the model of painting. Artist stories in La Comédie humaine.

Beoordelen in kunstvakken: instrumenten en onderzoek. Bill Viola. The first comprehensively illustrated monograph on the work of Bill Viola, one of the most original and poetic artists of his generation: a rare and fascinating account of one of contemporary art’s most powerful creative minds ‘This may be one of the most exhaustive books about Viola ever published … unravels the artist’s mind by sharing his inner dialogues with the reader’ – Artdependence ‘A highly readable and fascinating book … there is no question that this is an important publication that is not only long overdue but also deeply insightful and thoroughly comprehensive’– Cellophaneland ‘This book, the first complete monograph, richly and dramatically illustrated, does him proud’– Mature Times Bill Viola began experimenting with video art in the early 1970s; today, he is considered one of the foremost proponents of the medium, captivating audiences around the world with his profound and beautifully wrought explorations of the human condition.

Bill Viola.

John G. Buy buy art. De vermaking van kunst en cultuur. Cave 1. Territories. Els Silvrants-Barclay, Pieternel Vermoortel (Eds.)Cave 1—Territories With contributions by Beirut, Clémentine Deliss, Kersten Geers, Jef Geys, Anders Kreuger, Maarten Liefooghe, Jens Maier-Rothe, Doris Maninger, Winke Noppen, Louise Osieka, Jasper Rigole, Marije Sennema, Els Silvrants-Barclay, 3Maarten Van Den Driessche, Richard Venlet, Pieternel Vermoortel Cave is a series of publications featuring commissioned and republished explorations, anecdotes, research, documents, case studies, essays, and scenarios on how to think and practice contemporary collecting.

Cave 1. Territories.

The first issue of Cave looks into the territory of the public collection considering it both a semantic ground for institutional collecting as well as political and cultural infrastructure. Ceramic presence in modern art. Selections from the Linda Leonard Schlenger collection and the Yale University art gallery. Ceramix - Kunst en keramiek. Van Rodin tot Schütte. Charlotte Mutsaers. Paraat met pen en penseel. Color for Designers: Ninety-five things you need to know when choosing and using colors for layouts and illustrations. Composite Landscapes. Photomontage and landscape architecture. Craft, Community and the Material Culture of Place and Politics, 19th-20th Century.

About the Book Craft practice has a rich history and remains vibrant, sustaining communities while negotiating cultures within local or international contexts.

Craft, Community and the Material Culture of Place and Politics, 19th-20th Century.

More than two centuries of industrialization have not extinguished handmade goods; rather, the broader force of industrialization has redefined and continues to define the context of creation, deployment and use of craft objects. With object study at the core, this book brings together a collection of essays that address the past and present of craft production, its use and meaning within a range of community settings from the Huron Wendat of colonial Quebec to the Girls’ Friendly Society of twentieth-century England. Reviews. Daniel Kruger. Schmuck 1974-2014 Jewellery. Between Nature and Artifice. If your browser cannot display our flipping books, please use this Link to the PDF version.

Daniel Kruger. Schmuck 1974-2014 Jewellery. Between Nature and Artifice.

Experimental, unconventional and individual: an irrepressible curiosity and boundless creativity in dealing with materials, forms and techniques are all hallmarks of the work by the jewellery artist Daniel Kruger. The current publication documents the contemporaneity of the diverse possibilities of his expression and opens up a pictorial world of aesthetic pleasure. Very rarely does a jewellery artist manage to find new pictorial worlds of such a personal nature during the course of their creative work so freely and unencumbered as Daniel Kruger (born 1951, South Africa). His experiments with the most diverse materials, decoration, forms and structures testify to an exuberant creativity for which he was honoured with the renowned Herbert Hofmann Award for Art Jewellery in 1987 and 2005.

David Altmejd. David Altmejd is known for his intricate and highly worked room-size installations and sculptures. Seamlessly moving between a variety of aesthetic modes - from an almost ascetic minimalism in works employing plaster and mirror to works teeming with accumulations of crystals, gold chain, thread, taxidermied birds and animals, among other objects - Altmejd’s work offers beautifully wrought meditations on the cycles of life and death, interiority and exteriority, sexuality, and spirituality. In the most comprehensive consideration of the artist’s work to date, the volume includes four essays by a range of writers, who by providing different entry points to Altmejd’s art, animate and engage the rich and diverse ideas that characterize his important practice.

De eenzame stad. Over de kunst van het alleen-zijn. De kracht van typografie. Cultuur, communicatie, nieuwe media. De kunst van het kijken. Het verhaal van de hedendaagse kunst. De kunst van het observeren. Scherper denken door aandachtig te kijken. De moord op de kunst. Een historische inleiding tot de kunstfilosofie. De mythe van de hedendaagsheid. De rol van traditie. De navel van Daphne. Over beeldende kunst en engagement. De stilte van het licht. Schoonheid en onbehagen in de kunst. De wereld waarnemen. Edvard Munch. The complete graphic works. Electronic superhighway. From experiments in art and technology to art after the internet. From Experiments in Art and Technology to Art After the Internet Edited by Omar Kholeif Accompanying a landmark exhibition at Whitechapel Gallery, this catalogue explores the impact of computer and networked technologies on artists from the mid-1960s to the present day.

Beginning with US artists Robert Rauschenberg and Robert Whitman’s 1966 Experiments in Art and Technology (E.A.T.) with Bell Laboratories engineers (followed the first network experiment linking two computers in 1965), and including new and rarely seen multimedia works, film, painting, sculpture, photography and drawings by over 70 artists such as Cory Arcangel, Roy Ascott, Jeremy Bailey, Judith Barry, James Bridle, Constant Dullaart, Oliver Laric, Vera Molnar, Trevor Paglen, Nam June Paik, Ryan Trecartin and Ulla Wiggen, this timely publication tells the story of an interconnected global visual culture marked by mass social and political change. Paperback, 272 pages, 297 x 200 mm 200 colour illustrations. Essays on art and language. Experiencing art. In the brain of the beholder. How do we appreciate a work of art? Why do we like some artworks but not others?

Is there no accounting for taste? Awarded a Guggenheim Fellowship to explore connections between art, mind, and brain, Shimamura considers how we experience art. Facing the future. Art in Europe 1945-1968. Francis Bacon. Logica van de gewaarwording. From art brut to art without boundaries. Limited stock This book recounts, from a historical and critical point of view, the spectacular evolution in the perception and the appreciation of works produced by self-taught creators that do not always themselves claim to be artists. The transition from art brut to art without boundaries reflects a century of radical aesthetic, sociological and institutional changes that gave rise to a fundamental questioning about what is the definition of art and the artist’s status, and indeed when can a creation be legitimately called a work of art.

This publication concentrates on the roles of three emblematic protagonists in the field of asylum, brut and outsider art: Hans Prinzhorn, Jean Dubuffet and Harald Szeemann. Three leading actors who contributed to the theorization and advancement of the perception of artworks often merely apprehended through the prism of the psychic and/or social conditions of the author.

Global activism. Art and conflict in the 21st century. Today political protest often takes the form of spontaneous, noninstitutional, mass action. Mass protests during the Arab Spring showed that established systems of power—in that case, the reciprocal support among Arab dictators and Western democracies—can be interrupted, at least for a short moment in history. These new activist movements often use online media to spread their message. Mass demonstrations from Tahrir Square in Cairo to Taksim Square in Istanbul show the power of networked communication to fuel “performative democracy”—at the center of which stands the global citizen. Art is emerging as a public space in which the individual can claim the promises of constitutional and state democracy. Activism may be the first new art form of the twenty-first century. Grand domestic revolution. Handbook. Hadassah Emmerich. Corporeal. Harold Ancart. Soft places.

Handboek genderstudies in media, kunst en cultuur. Het boek der symbolen. Beschouwingen over archetypische beelden. Het gezicht van een wereldrijk. Groot-Brittannië in portretten. Illusive. Contemporary illustration. Part 4. Incarnations of material textuality. From modernism to liberature. Inesthetiek: filosofie, kunst, politiek. In ogenschouw. Essays over kunst. Interviews with artists 1966-2012. Jef Geys — 1, 2, 3... Kati Heck. Kunst in Opdracht 2006 - 2013.

Logica van de verzameling. Logo Design. Looks good feels good is good. Hoe social design de wereld verandert. Maestro Stromae. Genie met vlinderdas. Making: Anthropology, archaeology, art and architecture. Manufactum. 20 ambachten in de kijker. Manufractured. The conspicuous transformation of everyday objects. Marcel Broodthaers. A retrospective. Martin Kippenberger. Mass effect. Art and the internet in the twenty-first century. Mobile autonomy. Exercises in artists' self-organization. Mona Hatoum. Multiple / Readings. 51 kunstenaarsboeken 1959–2009. Lines. a brief history. Onderzoek in de kunsten. Het hoe en waarom van een artistiek onderzoeksproces. On loos, ornament and crime. Columns of smoke - vol II. Overlap. Web & typography. Positioning the Art Gallery. Het Amsterdamse galeriewezen in een Internationale context. Peter Doig. Printing things. Visions and essentials for 3D printing. Proportio. Rebels Rebel. Aids, Art and Activism in New York, 1979-1989. Reflecties. 25 kunstwerken 24 filosofen.

Rinus Van de Velde. Works on paper. Roman Signer. Sean Scully. Land Sea. Sh*t Shock Art. Kunstkritiek voor fijnproevers. Simple Thoughts. The Art of Peter Beyls. Tactical Biopolitics. Art, activism and technoscience. Tekens aan de wand. Hedendaagse stromingen in de kunstfilosofie. The designer as author, producer, activist, entrepreneur, curator & collaborator. New models for communicating. The dominion of the dead. The curator's handbook. Museums, commercial galleries, independent spaces.

The event of literature. The Institute. The life of lines. The shadow of the avant-garde. Rousseau and the forgotten masters. The world goes pop. The wretched of the screen. Unflattening. Van Rodin tot Bourgeois. Sculptuur in de 20ste eeuw. Vitamin P3. New perspectives in painting. Was ist ein Bild? Wat kunst is. Wim Crouwel. Modernist. Without alibi. Yorkshire sculpture park. Landscape for art.