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This volume, published for New York and Maine-based painter Alex Katz''s born 1927 2016 exhibition at the Serpentine Gallery in London, takes landscape as its focus, bringing together Katz''s extraordinarily productive output of recent years alongside select works from the past two decades.The book includes texts from artists, thinkers and...
This exquisitely designed monograph of new works by Scottish painter Peter Doig born 1959 is published for an exhibition at the Palazzetto Tito, Venice, at which Doig debuted recent large-scale and small-scale works.This slim volume, with its printed slipcase, vellum jacket, five gatefold pages and superb reproductions printed on a...
This first major catalogue on the artist duo Das Institut presents both collaborative works and pieces from their individual practices. Kerstin Bratsch uses painting to explore how the body can be expressed psychologically, physically and socially, while Adele Roder creates a nonverbal language utilizing clothing, posture and light.
This book examines Scotland from a great variety of international and disciplinary perspectives, offering viewpoints from ordinary citizens as well as experts in culture, history, literature, sociology, politics, the law, and the media. It deals with ethnic and sociological views of the Scottish independence in the past, present, and future.
Synthesizes competing theories and disciplinary viewpoints and examines the latest data, including international research from fast-growing markets such as China, to provide a comprehensive, holistic view of the twenty-first century media revolution.
Founded in 1971, and now in possession of more than 1,400 international works, Video-Forum is the oldest collection of video art in Germany. This book documents the complete collection, including focal points such as Fluxus and feminist videos, as well as historical and contemporary video art from Berlin.
Today's European universities are confronted by profound changes. This book constitutes an accessibly written, polemical and bold exploration of how current crises facing higher education institutions could be more effectively addressed by institutional resilience and new forms of adaptive and future oriented governance.
The meaning, use and dynamic of public space has been wholly transformed by the ubiquity of the Internet. Here, Berlin and London-based artists Michael Elmgreen and Ingar Dragset present a new art project in a public space in Munich that explores this topic.