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A publication charting the artist’s exploration of sculpture from the 1920s until his death in 1968.
With a background in theatre and experimental video, Nico Krijno works at the blurry intersection of photography, collage, painting, sculpture and performance.
Unearth 002 is Chinoko Sakamoto’s first book. It was published to coincide with aato gallery‘s exhibition in October 2022.
This 400-page volume is the first publication to explore in depth the painting of British artist Anish Kapoor.
A groundbreaking A-Z appraisal of the work of over 300 modern and contemporary artists born or based in Africa.
A comprehensive monograph on the work of KAWS, one of the most sought-after artists and creative forces of our time. Now in a black and pink edition.
A Thing on a Table in a House transports you directly into Serban’s anthropomorphic world, one that straddles the ever-fine line separating furniture and sculpture.
Assemblage 6 is a book that plays with the sense of dissimulation. Capturing the raw moment of inception behind designer Faye Toogood’s collection.
A presentation of a new set of sculptures and the different stages of their manufacture by the artist Daniel Arsham for his latest exhibition Paris, 3020.
Thanks to unprecedented archival access granted by the Judd Foundation to MoMA's curatorial team, this book presents a unique opportunity to assess Judd's career anew.
Canadian makeup and mixed media artist Lyle Reimer fuses facial sculpture, makeup, and found objects, accompanied by hilarious fictional backstories.
Mark Foster Gage presents a phantasmagoria of ideas and built work in his first monograph.
The first comprehensive monograph on artist Daniel Arsham’s genre-bending world.