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DATE 5/3/2017

VOTI Book Launch and Discussion at ICI Curatorial Hub

DATE 5/2/2017

Alice Neel, essayist of the canvas

DATE 5/1/2017

Unsentimental Wonder: Hilton Als on Alice Neel

DATE 5/1/2017

It's the time of the season for loving... Summer of Love Booklist

DATE 4/30/2017

Taking on political theater, wealth disparity and commodity culture: Louise Lawler

DATE 4/29/2017

Al Taylor, painter's painter known for his sculpture

DATE 4/28/2017

Visit New York's most outrageous pop-up bookstore at Frieze NY

DATE 4/28/2017

Eerie and Mystifying. Deborah Remington: A Life in Drawing

DATE 4/27/2017

The iconic fashion photography of James Moore

DATE 4/26/2017

James Moore: Photographs 1962-2006

DATE 4/26/2017

He helped define 60s style. James Moore.

DATE 4/25/2017

Sophie Calle's exquisite tribute to her mother, Rachel Monique

DATE 4/24/2017

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DATE 4/23/2017

Sophie Calle: Double Game, a 'delightfully meta project'

DATE 4/22/2017

Sophie Calle Short List: The Address Book

DATE 4/21/2017

Quiet Sublime: Toba Khedoori

DATE 4/20/2017

Langdon Clay's Parade of Parked Cars in NY in the Magic Years 1974-1976

DATE 4/19/2017

New Topographics essential: the first comprehensive retrospective since Lewis Baltz's death in 2014

DATE 4/19/2017

In Memoriam: Barkley L. Hendricks, 1945-2017

DATE 4/19/2017

Sophie Calle Signing at 192 Books

DATE 4/18/2017

Join ARTBOOK | D.A.P. at the 2017 MSA Conference

DATE 4/18/2017

High-resolution, artless and very distancing: Lewis Baltz

DATE 4/17/2017

'David Freund: Gas Stop' - 4 Volume Ltd Ed from Steidl

DATE 4/16/2017

Matisse in the Studio

DATE 4/15/2017

The Silver Chocolate Pot of Henri Matisse

DATE 4/14/2017

Matisse in the Studio

DATE 4/13/2017

Monet: Reflections and Shadows

DATE 4/12/2017

Sophie Calle in the News!

DATE 4/12/2017

Lost Futures: The Disappearing Architecture of Post-War Britain

DATE 4/11/2017

Revolution: Russian Art 1917–1932

DATE 4/10/2017

Revolution: Russian Art 1917–1932

DATE 4/9/2017

Eduardo Paolozzi

DATE 4/9/2017

Eduardo Paolozzi

DATE 4/7/2017

Jason Fox

DATE 4/6/2017

Back in the USSR!

DATE 4/6/2017

Alcohol: Soviet Anti-Alcohol Posters

DATE 4/5/2017

Alcohol: Soviet Anti-Alcohol Posters

DATE 4/4/2017

Arbus Friedlander Winogrand: New Documents, 1967

DATE 4/3/2017

Ida Applebroog: Mercy Hospital

DATE 4/2/2017

Linda Foard Roberts: Passage

DATE 4/1/2017

MoMA Presents 'Arbus Friedlander Winogrand: New Documents, 1967' at the Strand

DATE 4/1/2017

Arbus Friedlander Winogrand: New Documents, 1967

DATE 4/1/2017

Jamel Shabazz to Launch 'Sights in the City' at BOOKMARC

DATE 3/31/2017

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DATE 3/30/2017

Anthony Hernandez

DATE 3/29/2017

Karl Blossfeldt: Masterworks

DATE 3/28/2017

Philip Trager: New York in the 1970s

DATE 3/27/2017

New York in Photobooks

DATE 3/26/2017

James 'Son Ford' Thomas: The Devil and His Blues

DATE 3/24/2017

Marguerita Mergentime: American Textiles, Modern Ideas

DATE 3/24/2017

Karl Blossfeldt: Masterworks


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DATE 1/28/2015

Never Wrong: Dan Nadel's Best-Of Spring 2015

Maybe you know him as the daring Publisher of PictureBox; maybe as the curator and editor of the 2014 art bestseller 'What Nerve.' Or maybe you've met with him in his role as Key Accounts Sales Director. Whichever, Dan Nadel is always right.

1. Above all, Henri Cartier-Bresson’s The Decisive Moment. This slipcased facsimile of the most important photobook of the 20th century is magnificent in every way – from the original cover by Matisse to the impeccable printing by STEIDL. We are sold out of our initial shipment but expect more in April.

2. Joel Meyerowitz: Retrospective: This is a very handsome and zippy book covering all of Meyerowitz’s famed career. A rare photobook to curl up with, and eminently gift-able.

3. Futurist Depero: Forunato Depero produced joyous work in the Italy of the 1910-1930s. For the first time in English, here’s a publication that takes a deep dive deep into everything from advertising to textiles to architecture to painting. A whole aesthetic world between hardcovers.

4. The Art of Smallfilms: This one’s for anyone interested in psychedelia, crafting, or animation. It’s a lovingly produced monograph on the 1960s-1970s Jim Henson Company of England, Smallfilms. Page after page of incredible hand-made puppets and sets take you on a heady trip into a universe of British whimsy.

5. German Pop: OK, I grant you, perhaps not a catchy title, but this is a gloriously oversized compilation of more than a dozen German Pop artists, perfectly selected and reproduced. The flip side of sunny American Pop, and rarely seen on these shores. Don’t miss it. Limited stock.

6. Type 42: The outsider art and photography sensation – a collection of anonymously taken and annotated polaroids of women on television screens in the 1960s. Ghostly and beautiful. Limited stock.

7. Charlie Chaplin: The Keystone Album: This is going to be on every best-of list of 2015: A facsimile of a 1941 photo album containing prints off negatives of Chaplin’s earliest films, accompanied by hand-written descriptive text. As close as you can get to Chaplin in print.

8. The Dawn of Technicolor: This authoritative book on the early years of color is a bright skyburst of hues to celebrate Technicolor’s centennial. In-depth and scholarly texts combined with lush and plentiful reproductions.

9. And finally, two great tomes back in print: Semina Culture: One of the best art movement books every published, and the authoritative text on Wallace Berman and his circle, which included artists such as Bruce Conner, Cameron, and Jess.

10. And: Subway: Bruce Davidson’s classic New York photobook is back with a new edition.

Never Wrong: Dan Nadel's Best-Of Spring 2015
Never Wrong: Dan Nadel's Best-Of Spring 2015
Never Wrong: Dan Nadel's Best-Of Spring 2015
Never Wrong: Dan Nadel's Best-Of Spring 2015
Never Wrong: Dan Nadel's Best-Of Spring 2015
Never Wrong: Dan Nadel's Best-Of Spring 2015
Never Wrong: Dan Nadel's Best-Of Spring 2015
Never Wrong: Dan Nadel's Best-Of Spring 2015

DATE 10/8/2014

EX LIBRIS: Hand-Picked Steidl Favorites from Dan Nadel

As many book lovers know, we now proudly distribute Steidl. Here are a few favorites shipping out this week, selected by 'What Nerve' curator and editor, PictureBox publisher and ARTBOOK | D.A.P. key accounts sales director, Dan Nadel. more

DATE 8/31/2013

EX LIBRIS: Herbert Pfostl: The Original List

In 2009, Herbert Pfostl--legendary curator and book buyer for the New Museum Store--put together a list of his then-top ten most indispensible books--many of which turned out to be bilingual or German first editions by somewhat obscure international publishers of critical, philosophically adventurous material. more

DATE 12/27/2012

EX LIBRIS: Melanie McWhorter

Melanie McWhorter has managed photo-eye's Book Division for over 14 years. She is a regular contributor to the photo-eye Blog and is co-founder of Finite Foto. Below are her top 10 photobooks of 2012. more

DATE 12/25/2012

EX LIBRIS: Herbert Pfostl

Herbert Pfostl works at New York City's New Museum, where he is Curator and Book Buyer for the New Museum Store. He is the co-author of To Die No More (Blind Pony Books) and author of Light Issued Against Ruin (The Brother in Elysium) and Schrift-Landschaften (Epidote Press). As a painter of plants, animals, and saints, his artworks are held in both public and private collections and can be viewed on his website: herbertpfostl.com. Below are his top ARTBOOK | D.A.P. picks for 2012. more

DATE 12/18/2012

EX LIBRIS: Shannon Michael Cane

Australian expat, curator, writer, independent publisher and self-confessed book nerd Shannon Michael Cane works as the Editions and Fair Coordinator at Printed Matter. This post offers up his favorite books from 2012. more



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