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DATE 4/1/2017

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

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

DATE 3/24/2017

Maddie Gilmore on the Textiles of Marguerita Mergentime

DATE 3/24/2017

Join ARTBOOK | D.A.P. at the AIPAD Photography Show

DATE 3/23/2017

Models Matter

DATE 3/22/2017

Trisha Brown, 1936 - 2017

DATE 3/21/2017

Christopher Niquet to Launch 'Models Matter' at BOOKMARC

DATE 3/21/2017

Merce Cunningham: Common Time - Rei Kawakubo

DATE 3/20/2017

Felix Gonzalez-Torres: Specific Objects Without Specific Form

DATE 3/20/2017

Marsie Scharlatt & Aram Saroyan Launch 'A Breathed Yes' at ARTBOOK @ Hauser & Wirth Los Angeles

DATE 3/19/2017

Miralda: El Internacional (1984–1986)

DATE 3/18/2017

Yayoi Kusama Takes On Hans Christian Andersen's 'Little Mermaid'

DATE 3/17/2017

Yayoi Kusama: Give Me Love, The Obliteration Room

DATE 3/17/2017

Joan Rothfuss & Nancy Dalva on 'Merce Cunningham: Common Time' at 192 Books

DATE 3/16/2017

Nancy Perloff launches EXPLODITY at ARTBOOK @ Hauser & Wirth, Los Angeles

DATE 3/16/2017

Renoir: Intimacy

DATE 3/15/2017

Nothing Is Real: When the Beatles Met the East

DATE 3/14/2017

Antoni Miralda to Launch 'El Internacional (1984–1986): New York's Archaeological Sandwich' at MoMA PS1

DATE 3/14/2017

Masao Yamamoto: Small Things in Silence

DATE 3/13/2017

Larry Fink to Launch 'Fink on Warhol' at Rizzoli

DATE 3/13/2017

Andy Warhol: Prints

DATE 3/13/2017

Rizzoli Presents Philip Trager and Ken Schles on NYC Photography

DATE 3/12/2017

The "Odessey": The Zombies in Words and Images Launch at the Strand

DATE 3/12/2017

Cubism and War: The Crystal in the Flame

DATE 3/11/2017

Linda Foard Roberts: Passage

DATE 3/10/2017

Mark Klett: Camino del Diablo

DATE 3/9/2017

Justin Kimball: Elegy

DATE 3/8/2017

Merce Cunningham: Common Time Has Arrived!

DATE 3/7/2017

David Taylor: Monuments

DATE 3/6/2017

Costume & Fashion

DATE 3/4/2017

Jimmy Wright: Bathhouse, Meatpacking District and the Dream Cards

DATE 3/3/2017

Josef Albers: Midnight and Noon

DATE 3/3/2017

Digital Collages from Béatrice Dupire @theiye

DATE 3/2/2017

Masterworks: Rare and Beautiful Chess Sets of the World

DATE 3/2/2017

In Memory of Gustav Metzger, 1926-2017

DATE 3/1/2017

Masterworks: Rare and Beautiful Chess Sets of the World

DATE 3//2017

ARTBOOK | D.A.P. at the Society for Photographic Education Conference

DATE 2/28/2017

Valérie Belin

DATE 2/27/2017

Hollywood and the Ivy Look

DATE 2/26/2017

We Go Out

DATE 2/25/2017

Miralda’s El Internacional (1984–1986): New York’s Archaeological Sandwich

DATE 2/24/2017

Clare Rojas: Plain Black, Abstract Paintings

DATE 2/24/2017

Valérie Belin Book Launch at Albertine

DATE 2/23/2017

The Exhibitionist: Journal on Exhibition Making

DATE 2/22/2017

Yayoi Kusama: I Who Have Arrived in Heaven


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CORY REYNOLDS | DATE 4/1/2017

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

Tuesday April 4, the Strand Bookstore presents MoMA curator Sarah Hermanson Meister and critic Richard B. Woodward discussing the enduring significance of MoMA's 1967 exhibition 'New Documents,' curated by John Szarkowski and featuring the work of Diane Arbus, Lee Friedlander and Garry Winogrand.

CORY REYNOLDS | DATE 3/30/2017

Anthony Hernandez

"The first career retrospective for Mr. Hernandez, 69, who for half a century has been compiling a singular record of his hometown... the terrain he travels is largely unexplored."
--The New York Times


Anthony Hernandez is one of the greatest living American photographers, and yet his work was largely unknown until his recent SFMOMA retrospective. "Rodeo Drive #3" (1984), from the photographer's last series to depict people, is reproduced from the SFMOMA catalog, which Hernandez will sign today from 6-7PM at the AIPAD Photography Show.

CORY REYNOLDS | DATE 3/29/2017

Karl Blossfeldt: Masterworks

The botanical photographs of nineteenth-century sculptor and teacher Karl Blossfeldt are magical. Produced for his students with a camera modified to magnify up to 45 times larger than life size, these close-up photographs reveal details normally hidden to the human eye—to the point that they almost become abstract. Featured here is an undated photograph of Cucurbita sp (aka pumpkin) tendrils. It is one of 70 duotone images in this exquisitely produced, oversized monograph perfect for lovers of photography, horticulture and illustrated books.

CORY REYNOLDS | DATE 3/28/2017

Philip Trager: New York in the 1970s

Hard to believe this was Times Square. Reproduced from Philip Trager: New York in the 1970s, this photograph was taken from 7th Avenue between West 46th and 47th Streets, back when the Follies Burlesque theater was still in business, Canon was selling 35mm film canisters like hotcakes, and The Wiz was racking up Tony Awards on Broadway. In his essay, Stephen C. Pinson recalls the relatively new TKTS pavilion in this photo, "its orbit populated with drug dealers and pimps…. In the summer of 1977, after Phil begins his project in earnest, a citywide blackout results in widespread looting, arson and more than 3,500 arrests. The city still reels from the Son of Sam murders. This is New York in the 1970s, and Phil and [his wife] Ina are on its streets."

CORY REYNOLDS | DATE 3/27/2017

New York in Photobooks

Ken Schles's Invisible City, Weegee's Naked City, William Klein's Life is Good & Good For You in New York and Anthony Aviles and Don Charles's Harlem Stirs are four of almost 50 quintessential volumes featured in New York in Photobooks. A must-have for any collector of photography books, this 240-page paperback is a treasure. Other photographers include Berenice Abbott, Helen Levitt, Walker Evans, Daido Moriyama, Bruce Davidson and Robert Rauschenberg, to name just a few. "Every photobook is a forest proud of its individual trees," editor Horacio Fernandez writes, "a group of images that are neither autonomous nor obliged to be confined within a frame in order to gain a sense of their own identity or essence. On the contrary, in these books, photos are the subordinated clauses of a text with a beginning and an end: a mosaic that only acquires meaning when all the parts combine to make a coherent and legible work."

CORY REYNOLDS | DATE 3/26/2017

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

Delta blues musician, gravedigger, mechanic, housepainter and sharecropper James 'Son Ford' Thomas made small clay artworks from Mississippi "gumbo" clay from the time he was eight years old until his death in 1993. A self-taught artist, he is best known for his uncanny busts of historical figures, friends and imaginary characters sporting artificial hair, dentures, glasses, and other relics of the living world. He also made unfired clay sculptures of birds, snakes, squirrels, fish and skulls—all of which had significance in the folk spiritual practice, 'hoodoo.' Often, his skulls doubled as ashtrays or pencil holders. "A skull has got to be ugly because it's nothing but bones and teeth. People are more likely to be interested in something like that than they would be in a bird. They'd rather see a skull. Then too, a lot of people have never seen a real skull and they're probably wondering how it will be when they die. They say, 'Will I be in the same shape that skull there is in?'"

CORY REYNOLDS | DATE 3/24/2017

Join ARTBOOK | D.A.P. at the AIPAD Photography Show

Join us Thursday - Sunday at BOOTH 93! Rare copies of 'Mike Mandel: Good 70s' and a variety of books by fair speaker Lee Friedlander are among the treasures. Signings include Mark Peterson, Anthony Hernandez, Mike Mandel, Bruce Davidson, David Freund, Mitch Epstein, Ken and Victoria Whyte Ball, Joel Sternfeld and Frank Gohlke, Linda Foard Roberts and Peter Angelo Simon.

ANNA SKRABACZ | DATE 3/24/2017

Karl Blossfeldt: Masterworks

The flora in 'Karl Blossfeldt: Masterworks' do not scream "botanical photography." Instead the plants appear to be composed in another medium entirely—maybe iron sculpture or illustration. As a self-taught photographer, sculptor and teacher Karl Blossfeldt created a highly original way of photographing plants.

MADDIE GILMORE | DATE 3/24/2017

Maddie Gilmore on the Textiles of Marguerita Mergentime

Marguerita Mergentime has largely been forgotten in the history of American design, but she is the subject of West Madison Press's sprightly new book.

CORY REYNOLDS | DATE 3/24/2017

Marguerita Mergentime

Every once in a while we get a book that is not like any other. Marguerita Mergentime: American Textiles, Modern Ideas is a refreshing look at an under-recognized giant of American industrial design—a fearless niche specialist in 1930s kitchen textiles. "I thought all table cloths a bore—particularly the white," Mergentime explained to a student audience in 1940. "What people needed, I decided, was bold dashing color on the table, a new kind of design that you just couldn’t resist. After endless toil and labor, I had six exciting gay designs ready to put on the market. There were large oversized dots—solid chunks of color, asymmetric designs and did that surprise them—delectable new color combinations… Modestly, I can say they were sensational. People commented on the idea of bringing lively and challenging colors to the table and wondered why it had not been done before."

CORY REYNOLDS | DATE 3/23/2017

Models Matter

"It saddens me that so many voiceless faces from the Fifties to the late Eighties have faded into oblivion," Steven Meisel writes in the Preface to Christopher Niquet's new book combining photographs of historic fashion models and their autographs. "Until I met Christopher Niquet, I thought I was their only admirer, the only archivist of their stories. The fact that someone as young as Christopher cares about Susan Moncur's legacy is cause for amazement, relief and hope. These women deserve our recognition. They were all so unique, so talented, so passionate about their craft. How could I forget them?" Featured here, "ne plus ultra rock'n roll chick" Anita Pallenberg.

CORY REYNOLDS | DATE 3/22/2017

Trisha Brown, 1936 - 2017

We will miss Trisha Brown, fearless dancer, choreographer, artist and collaborator, who died March 18 in San Antonio. Pictured here with Robert Rauschenberg while working on the costumes for her 1983 dance, Set and Reset, Brown was integral to New York's avant-garde dance scene from the 1960s onward. A founding member of Judson Dance Theater, she made dances that "eliminated bravura, academic technique, acting and musicality — the hallmarks of modern dance as it had been developed by Martha Graham and others, not to mention ballet," in the words of Alastair Macaulay of The New York Times. Perhaps most notorious for her seminal 1970 dance Man Walking Down the Side of a Building, in which a dancer in a harness did just that, she influenced more than five generations and collaborated with some of the greatest creative minds of the twentieth century, including Yvonne Rainer, Donald Judd, Merce Cunningham and Laurie Anderson, to name just a few. Featured photograph is by Terry Van Brundt, from the stupendous catalog to MoMA's forthcoming Robert Rauschenberg retrospective. For more on Brown's visual artwork, see Walker Art Center's Trisha Brown: So That the Audience Does Not Know Whether I Have Stopped Dancing.

CORY REYNOLDS | DATE 3/21/2017

Christopher Niquet to Launch 'Models Matter' at BOOKMARC

Thursday, March 23, BOOKMARC presents Christopher Niquet signing advance copies of 'Models Matter' - forthcoming from Damiani. Champagne reception, 6-8PM!

CORY REYNOLDS | DATE 3/21/2017

Merce Cunningham: Common Time

In 1997, Comme des Garçons' Rei Kawakubo collaborated with Merce Cunningham on the dance Scenario. It was a first for both: Cunningham had never collaborated with a fashion designer and Kawakubo had never created costumes for dance or theater. "My creations are not calculated from the start," Kawakubo is quoted in the Walker Art Center's remarkable exhibition catalog (launching in New York tonight at 192 Books.) "The fact that Merce Cunningham has always directed much of his attention to the workings of chance is something that I can appreciate only too well. The dancers intensify the meeting of body and costume; Scenario will become a thrilling synergy between form and space." Pictured here, Lisa Boudreau, Glen Rumsey and Thomas Caley performing Scenario in Paris, January, 1998.

CORY REYNOLDS | DATE 3/20/2017

Marsie Scharlatt & Aram Saroyan Launch 'A Breathed Yes' at ARTBOOK @ Hauser & Wirth Los Angeles

Saturday, March 25, ARTBOOK @ Hauser & Wirth Los Angeles invites you to a special reading with Marsie Scharlatt and Aram Saroyan for the release of 'A Breathed Yes: Marsie Scharlatt Selected Poems, 1956-2016; Hannah Wilke Selected Art, 1957-1992.' Book signing to follow.

CORY REYNOLDS | DATE 3/20/2017

Felix Gonzalez-Torres: Specific Objects Without Specific Form

Reproduced from Koenig Books' monumental 664-page catalog to the three-city, artist-curated exhibition Felix Gonzalez-Torres: Specific Objects Without Specific Form (masterminded by Elena Filipovic), the 1992 billboard, "Untitled" is shown here installed in the city of Brussels, as envisioned by Dahn Vo for WIELS Contemporary Art Centre. "Gonzalez-Torres's dogged return to certain images and ideas across various media fascinates Vo," Filipovic writes, "The way photographic images of a sky full of birds might appear on billboards, a poster stack, takeaway printed booklets, a puzzle, and a set of pristinely framed photographs. Vo showed all of them, reminding us in the process how vital 'the photographic' was to Gonzalez-Torres's practice."

CORY REYNOLDS | DATE 3/19/2017

Miralda: El Internacional (1984–1986)

If you were in TriBeCa in the 1980s, you knew El Internacional, the outrageously experimental tapas bar run by chef Montse Guillén and artist Antoni Miralda. More commonly known as "El Teddy's," the restaurant was haunted by regulars including Andy Warhol, Jean Michel Basquiat (pictured here with Jennifer Goode and Antonio Buendia), David Byrne, Bianca Jagger, Lorne Michaels, Robert DeNiro, Umberto Eco and Michael Douglas - not to mention the hungry revelers gearing up for long, drug-fueled nights at nearby clubs. "El Internacional operated as a parallel universe," Alanna Heiss writes, "like Bergman's The Seventh Seal directed by Pedro Almodóvar. What I found particularly interesting were the conflicting visions of the sober and slightly self-important downtown artistic community and Miralda." Launching today at MoMA PS1.

CORY REYNOLDS | DATE 3/18/2017

Yayoi Kusama Takes On Hans Christian Andersen's 'Little Mermaid'

"Her skin was as soft and tender as a rose petal, and her eyes were as blue as the deep sea, but like all the others she had no feet. Her body ended in a fish tail." The Little Mermaid by Hans Christian Andersen & Yayoi Kusama: A Fairy Tale of Infinity and Love Forever combines a new, modernized translation of Andersen's original tale with drawings by celebrated Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama—whose Infinity Mirrors show at the Hirshhorn is breaking all records, real or imagined. Beautifully produced with embossed, spot varnished cover, vellum jacket and exquisite paper and printing, this book has been coveted by the Huffington Post, i-D Vice, New York Magazine / The Cut and many more.

CORY REYNOLDS | DATE 3/17/2017

Yayoi Kusama: Give Me Love

If you're one of the 100,000-plus people who have already waited your turn to step into one of Yayoi Kusama's Infinity Mirror rooms at the Hirschhorn Museum in Washington, DC, you may be asking yourself whether the timed 30-second interlude really gave you quite enough Kusama. Never fear, David Zwirner Books is here! With two deluxe volumes featuring a mix of painting, sculpture, video installation, Obliteration and Infinity Mirror Rooms, this ambitious imprint provides some background substance to support all those OMG Instagram shots. Featured here are two spreads from Yayoi Kusama: Give Me Love with installation shots of Kusama's ongoing (since 2002) interactive "Obliteration Room," which invites visitors to add colorful circular stickers to the interior of an all-white house within the exhibition space.

CORY REYNOLDS | DATE 3/17/2017

Joan Rothfuss & Nancy Dalva on 'Merce Cunningham: Common Time' at 192 Books

TUESDAY, MARCH 21 at 7PM, 192 Books presents 'Merce Cunningham: Common Time' curator and editor Joan Rothfuss in conversation with Merce Cunningham Trust Scholar in Residence Nancy Dalva discussing how Cunningham transformed postwar culture through collaboration.

CORY REYNOLDS | DATE 3/16/2017

Nancy Perloff to Launch 'EXPLODITY' at ARTBOOK @ Hauser & Wirth, Los Angeles

Sunday, March 19 at 4PM, Getty Research Institute and ARTBOOK @ Hauser & Wirth invite you to a special presentation and signing by Getty Research Institute Curator Nancy Perloff for the release of her publication, EXPLODITY: Sound, Image, and Word in Russian Futurist Book Art. Book signing to follow.

CORY REYNOLDS | DATE 3/16/2017

Renoir: Intimacy

Pierre Auguste Renoir's 1906 painting, "The Source," is reproduced from Renoir: Intimacy, the deluxe new exhibition catalog from Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza. Overflowing with outrageously sensuous landscapes, portraits, still lifes and nudes, this book makes you take a second, and then a third look at the artist who liked to "grope" his paintings, and once said, "It's with my brush that I make love." See why both Matisse and Picasso thrilled to Renoir's late work.

CORY REYNOLDS | DATE 3/15/2017

Nothing Is Real: When the Beatles Met the East

In 1967, The Beatles released their seminal album, Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band, and in 1968 they traveled to India to study with yogi Maharishi Mahesh, initiating a worldwide craze for all things Eastern. Unique on our list, Nothing Is Real: When the Beatles Met the East investigates this moment of global experimentation and expression through a wealth of archival materials, including books, magazines, album cover, photographs, ephemera, art and objects of design. Featured here is the October, 1970 cover of the underground alternative magazine Oz, dedicated to the themes, Fun, Travel and Adventure.

CORY REYNOLDS | DATE 3/14/2017

Antoni Miralda to Launch 'El Internacional (1984–1986): New York's Archaeological Sandwich' at MoMA PS1

Sunday, March 19 from 4 - 6PM, MoMA PS1 and ARTBOOK | D.A.P. invite you to celebrate the publication of 'El Internacional (1984–1986): New York's Archaeological Sandwich' with tapas, drinks and a presentation by artist and restaurateur Antoni Miralda.

CORY REYNOLDS | DATE 3/14/2017

Masao Yamamoto: Small Things in Silence

"When I look back upon my path, I realize that the one consistent motif in my work is my obsession for small things," photographer Masao Yamamoto writes. "I feel joy when I discover seemingly insignificant things that may be easily overlooked. I am interested in those awkward feelings—such as when you miss a button hole or are stalled and lost in a disorienting fog. I prefer whispering my messages in a soft voice instead of speaking them out loud. My messages may be so soft as to be mistaken for illusions." Linenbound with tipped on cover and beautifully printed on thick, creamy paper with spot varnish, Small Things in Silence is one of the quietest, most contemplative books on our list. Back in stock at last, it is the perfect companion on this enveloping snow day.

CORY REYNOLDS | DATE 3/13/2017

Andy Warhol: Prints

The first weekday of Daylight Savings Time is always hard. We thought we'd brighten the day with a few prints from Andy Warhol's Cats Name[d] Sam and One Blue Pussy lithograph and watercolor series, which was published as a children's book (co-authored by Warhol's mother) in 1954—back when Warhol was still generally considered a lowly illustrator. Reproduced from Andy Warhol: Prints, these are but four of 280 prints from the collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and his Family Foundation collected in this high-quality hardcover. Fittingly for today, the cover image is one of 632 unique prints in Warhol's 1972 Sunset series.

DATE 11/15/2016

Holiday Gift Guide 2016: Stocking Stuffers

Holiday Gift Guide 2016: Stocking Stuffers

They're cute, they're small, they're surprising and affordable. Here are 10 staff picks for the stockings on your list »

DATE 11/14/2016

Holiday Gift Guide 2016: For the Bookworm - Great Reads

Holiday Gift Guide 2016: For the Bookworm - Great Reads

10 must-have reading books, from the new Shakespeare and Company "memoir" to Ricky Jay's astonishing story of a 17th-century conjurer »

DATE 11/13/2016

Holiday Gift Guide 2016: For the Art Lover

Holiday Gift Guide 2016: For the Art Lover

Our staff picks the must-have art books of 2016, from overlooked Renaissance masters to Modern heroes of the avant garde »

DATE 11/12/2016

Holiday Gift Guide 2016: For the Photographer and Photography Collector

Holiday Gift Guide 2016: For the Photographer and Photography Collector

For photography lovers – here are 10 of our favorite 2016 monographs by Modern and contemporary photographers »

DATE 11/11/2016

Holiday Gift Guide 2016: For the Design Devotee

Holiday Gift Guide 2016: For the Design Devotee

Our staff picks the must-have architecture and design books of 2016, from radical 1970s pedagogy to visionary unbuilt architecture of NYC »

DATE 11/10/2016

For the Collector: Limited Editions & Catalogues Raisonnés

For the Collector: Limited Editions & Catalogues Raisonnés

From the 10-volume Francis Bacon catalogue raisonné to Carrie Mae Weems' 'Kitchen Table Series' ltd ed with print - our top picks for collectors »

DATE 10/9/2016

Holiday Gift Guide 2016: For the New Yorker

Holiday Gift Guide 2016: For the New Yorker

Whether you love it or hate it, left it or long for it - here are our 10 favorite gift books for the New Yorkers in your life »

DATE 11/8/2016

Holiday Gift Guide 2016: For the Fashion Forward

Holiday Gift Guide 2016: For the Fashion Forward

From Van Cleef & Arpels gems and Hermès scarves to behind-the-runway photography books - our staff favorite holiday fashion gift books »

DATE 11/7/2016

Holiday Gift Guide 2016: For Film Buffs and Audiophiles

Holiday Gift Guide 2016: For Film Buffs and Audiophiles

Gus Van Sant, Bruce Springsteen, Robert Frank, Kim Gordon, Iggy Pop and Jim Marshall's photos of jazz greats like Thelonius Monk are some of our favorite books for audio- and cinephiles, 2016 »

DATE 11/6/2016

Holiday Gift Guide 2016: Staff Favorites

Holiday Gift Guide 2016: Staff Favorites

10 books that we love outside of logic, beyond our control, or for reasons unknown, even to ourselves. Holiday Gift Staff Favorites, 2016 »

DATE 11/5/2016

Holiday Gift Guide 2016: Books for Him

Holiday Gift Guide 2016: Books for Him

From Muhammad Ali to 19th-century nocturnal wildlife photography: 10 handsome books for the men in your life »

DATE 1/9/2017

Remembering Nat Hentoff, Champion of Jazz and Civil Rights

Remembering Nat Hentoff, Champion of Jazz and Civil Rights

This weekend, the world lost jazz and civil rights champion Nat Hentoff, one of the greatest and most passionate music journalists of all time. In memoriam, we are honored to present Hentoff's eloquently direct text, 'Jazz Festivals and the Changing of America,' from 'Jim Marshall: Jazz Festival' by Reel Art Press.

DATE 6/6/2016

Agnes Martin: "Beauty Is the Mystery of Life"

Agnes Martin: "Beauty Is the Mystery of Life"

In celebration of the retrospective currently on view at LACMA, we present an excerpt of Agnes Martin's iconic 1989 essay, reproduced from 'Agnes Martin.' In the 'New York Times Book Review' Patricia Albers made special note of this text, asserting that it is "not to be missed."

DATE 6/15/2015

The Future of the Skyscraper

The Future of the Skyscraper

Last week, Skidmore, Owings & Merrill and Metropolis Books launched the SOM THINKERS series with 'The Future of the Skyscraper,' featuring texts by Bruce Sterling, Tom Vanderbilt, Matthew Yglesias, Diana Lind, Will Self, Emily Badger, Dickson Despommier and Philip Nobel, whose Introduction is excerpted here.



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