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DATE 1/22/2019

We can't get enough of Mahesh Shantaram's 'Matrimania'

DATE 1/21/2019

Celebrate Martin Luther King Day with 'Builder Levy: Humanity in the Streets'

DATE 1/18/2019

Lynda Benglis on "philosopher purist" Paul Mogensen

DATE 1/17/2019

'Cabin Fever' is one of the coolest, most giftable books on our list this year

DATE 1/16/2019

Three emerging painters in 'True Colours'

DATE 1/15/2019

Hans J. Wegner and other masters of Danish "golden-age" chair design are collected in this chic compendium

DATE 1/14/2019

Painting as emancipation in Niko Pirosmani

DATE 1/13/2019

Opera and nature in Beatriz Milhazes's collages

DATE 1/12/2019

Impossible not to love: 'Beatriz Milhazes: Collages'

DATE 1/12/2019

Commemorate Black History Month with these 2019 Staff Picks

DATE 1/11/2019

'Shtetl in the Sun' is a Staff Favorite for 2019

DATE 1/10/2019

An awkward, spellbinding document, 'Party! Party!! Party!!!' captures unselfconscious German decadence in Weimar Germany

DATE 1/9/2019

Ahh, the freedom in Frank Habicht's Sixties

DATE 1/9/2019

Ed Templeton signing 'Tangentially Parenthetical' at Park Life

DATE 1/5/2019

Joshua Sperling to launch "A Writer of Our Time: The Life and Work of John Berger" at Artbook at Hauser & Wirth Los Angeles

DATE 1/4/2019

Janet Clare to launch "Time is the Longest Distance" at Artbook at Hauser & Wirth Los Angeles

DATE 1/1/2019

The Class of 2018: Critics' Picks and Future Backlist Classics

DATE 12/21/2018

May the new year bring you unfathomable adventure! Happy holidays from ARTBOOK | D.A.P.

DATE 12/19/2018

What to give the photographer who has everything

DATE 12/18/2018

A facsimile of a rare 1900 children's book of 'Elfin Rhymes' is new from Art / Books

DATE 12/17/2018

Every day is a “ME” day with Sherrie Levine's 'Diary 2019'

DATE 12/16/2018

James Welling captures the culture of MoMA's Sculpture Garden in 'Oasis in the City'

DATE 12/16/2018

Give 'Michael Jackson: On the Wall' to the art and music lover on your list!

DATE 12/15/2018

Book trailer magic: 'Led Zeppelin by Led Zeppelin'

DATE 12/14/2018

A remarkable new monograph from Tod Papageorge is one of our Staff Pick Holiday Gift Books, 2018!

DATE 12/13/2018

Ruin the Yuletide with 'We Do Christmas'!

DATE 12/12/2018

A smile is the only possible outcome to 'Robots 1:1'

DATE 12/11/2018

Hard to Read presents 'The Disco Files' at Le Bain with Vince Aletti, Matthew Higgs, Danny Krivit and others!

DATE 12/11/2018

"Sweet dreams, kiddies."
—Love, R. Crumb

DATE 12/10/2018

Shopping for a playful design sophisticate? Look no further!

DATE 12/8/2018

Experimentation and contemplation in 'Led Zeppelin by Led Zeppelin'

DATE 12/7/2018

Back in Stock! 'Voguing and the House Ballroom Scene of New York City 1989-92'

DATE 12/6/2018

Join Artbook @ Art Basel Miami Beach 2018!

DATE 12/6/2018

'The Swimming Pool in Photography' is a Staff Favorite Holiday Gift Book, 2018

DATE 12/5/2018

'The Moon: From Inner Worlds to Outer Space' is a Staff Pick Holiday Gift for Stargazers

DATE 12/4/2018

Coleen Sterritt book launch at Artbook at Hauser & Wirth Bookstore, LA

DATE 12/4/2018

Luc Sante picks 'Shomei Tomatsu' for the 'New York Times Book Review' Holiday Gift Guide

DATE 12/3/2018

We ❤️ Karen Green's 'Frail Sister'

DATE 12/3/2018

Roy DeCarava and Langston Hughes' 'Sweet Flypaper of Life' featured in The New York Times Book Review

DATE 12/2/2018

Precog Mag launch, screening and performance at MoMA PS1 Book Space

DATE 12/2/2018

MoMA PS1 Book Space launches 'Bricks from the Kiln' #3

DATE 12/1/2018

Design as an Attitude: Alice Rawsthorn in Conversation with Paola Antonelli at MoMA

DATE 12/1/2018

The Brother In Elysium Books celebrates Dick Higgins' Selected Writings and 10 Years of Siglio Press

DATE 12/1/2018

Bonnie Marranca, Omar Berrada, Susan Bee, Stephen Motika, and Joan Retallack celebrate 'Etel Adnan: The Sun on the Tongue' at MoMA PS1 Book Space

DATE 12/1/2018

Dashwood Books celebrates The Ice Plant with Melissa Catanese, Michael Schmelling & Jake Longstreth signings

DATE 12/1/2018

Time stops in Holiday Gift Staff Pick 'Evelyn Hofer: New York'

DATE 12/1/2018

Rachel Cobb presents 'Mistral' at Albertine

DATE 11/30/2018

'Rachel Cobb: Mistral' captures the legendary wind of Provence

DATE 11/29/2018

Steve Clay, Joshua Beckman, Steve McCaffery & Tracie Morris celebrate Dick Higgins' Selected Writings at Poets House

DATE 11/29/2018

Michael Roberts and Grace Coddington to launch 'GingerNutz Takes Paris' at Bookmarc NYC

DATE 11/29/2018

Music lovers, rejoice! An expanded edition of Vince Aletti's "Disco Files" is out now.


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CORY REYNOLDS | DATE 1/22/2019

We can't get enough of Mahesh Shantaram's 'Matrimania'

Maybe you've been to a destination wedding in Oahu or a Star Wars themed bar mitzvah at the Pierre. But you haven't seen anything til you've gone behind-the-scenes at an over-the-top upper-class Indian wedding, where several thousand guests, bodyguards, fireworks, marching bands and live animals would not be unusual. Well, now you have your chance in Indian photojournalist (and wedding photographer) Mahesh Shantaram's fascinating Matrimania, reviewed this week in The Guardian. Featured images are "Bride with Bouncers," Bangalore, KA (2012) at top, and "Sangeet I," Mumbai, MH (2009), below.

CORY REYNOLDS | DATE 1/21/2019

Celebrate Martin Luther King Day with 'Builder Levy: Humanity in the Streets'

Featured image—of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. with Mrs. Du Bois Peck Williams on February 23, 1968—is reproduced from Builder Levy: Humanity in the Streets. Other photos capture civil rights marches, protests, school children playing, families at Coney Island, members of the Black Panther party (including Malcolm X), empty lots, anti-war rallies, kids jumping rope, card games, carrier pigeons and more.

CORY REYNOLDS | DATE 1/18/2019

Lynda Benglis on "philosopher purist" Paul Mogensen

Featured image is reproduced from Karma's whopping new 424-page clothbound monograph on NYC-based Minimalist painter Paul Mogensen. In her essay, painter and long-time friend Lynda Benglis describes Mogensen as a "philosopher purist, very logical in terms of accepting the most direct means of making a painting with great clarity…"

CORY REYNOLDS | DATE 1/17/2019

'Cabin Fever' is one of the coolest, most giftable books on our list this year

From American frontier log cabins to alpine huts, emergency shelters, slave housing, fire lookouts, ice shacks, leisure cottages, A-frames, geodesic domes and sustainable micro cabins, every possible fascinating, glamorous, pragmatic and ingenious permutation of the North American rustic dwelling is covered in this jam-packed exhibition catalogue / scholarly volume / lifestyle book for the smart, DIY-design set.

CORY REYNOLDS | DATE 1/16/2019

Three emerging painters in 'True Colours'

Boo Saville's "Born with Two Faces" (2018) is reproduced from True Colours, Other Criteria's catalogue to Newport Street Gallery's recent three-person painting show with Saville, Helen Beard and Sadie Laska.

CORY REYNOLDS | DATE 1/15/2019

Hans J. Wegner and other masters of Danish "golden-age" chair design are collected in this chic compendium

"The chair is a very difficult object," Ludwig Mies van der Rohe once said. "Everyone who has ever tried to make one knows that. There are endless possibilities and many problems—the chair has to be light, it has to be strong, it has to be comfortable. It is almost easier to build a skyscraper than a chair." Featured image—of Hans J. Wegner's 1950 Wishbone Chair—is reproduced from Strandberg Publishing's new and beautifully designed encyclopedic history of twentieth-century Danish chair design, The Danish Chair.

CORY REYNOLDS | DATE 1/14/2019

Painting as emancipation in Niko Pirosmani

"Roebuk and Landscape" (1913) is reproduced from Niko Pirosmani, Hatje Cantz's fascinating new monograph on the "vagrant autodidact," sometime railroad brakeman and dairy farmer who eked out a living painting signs for stores and taverns in Russian Georgia during the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. "For Pirosmani, art was a wide-open field," Bice Curiger writes. "He was an outsider—a vagabond, as they say—who deliberately chose moving about as a way of life. He was a wanderer between city and countryside, between inns and stables, who at the same time resided in the center of community events. Indeed, Pirsmani located his commissioned works in society, literally in media res, in almost allegorical places that embody conviviality and open exchange, in inns, taverns, bars and stores—not in the symbolic interstice of galleries, artists' associations and museums. From earliest childhood, Pirosmani was influenced by personal blows of fate, but also by the experience of failure and the inability to integrate into a regular professional life. For him, art—painting—was emancipation."

CORY REYNOLDS | DATE 1/13/2019

Opera and nature in Beatriz Milhazes's collages

"I've been inspired by the four seasons," Beatriz Milhazes is quoted in Editora Cobogó's wonderful new book of the artist's collages. "Nature changes from one season to another and often motivates me to be an artist and develop things using this feeling. It probably comes from my passion for opera. Very often classical composers worked with the change of the seasons and how it influenced the drama of the characters. It is about creating areas of importance and how they can dialogue together, how they can make a composition from their own temperature and intensity." Featured image is "Mundy" (2011).

CORY REYNOLDS | DATE 1/12/2019

Impossible not to love: 'Beatriz Milhazes: Collages'

If ever you're feeling down, pick up a copy of Beatriz Milhazes: Collages, Editora Cobogó's effervescent new collection of the Brazilian artist's collages made from candy wrappers gathered during a residency in Brittany, among other materials.

CORY REYNOLDS | DATE 1/11/2019

Shtetl in the Sun is a Staff Favorite for 2019

Featured image is reproduced from Shtetl in the Sun: Andy Sweet's South Beach 1977–1980, the companion publication to the hit documentary film, The Last Resort. "Sweet is really looking," Lauren Groff writes. "He's paying attention. The way he sees people nearing the end of their life is vibrant; he loves them in the brightest colors he can magic out of the camera… Picture after picture shows old ladies sitting quietly in their beach chairs outside of their tiny hotels, gentle moments of rest, their sneakers huge at the ends of their columnar, panty-hosed legs. And because Andy often shot in the late afternoon, with its hot and slanted sun and lengthening shadows, there is a sense of swiftly depleting time, a threnodial quality to the work that underscores the humor and deepens it."

CORY REYNOLDS | DATE 1/10/2019

An awkward, spellbinding document, 'Party! Party!! Party!!!' captures unselfconscious German decadence in Weimar Germany

This image, from Bone Idle's "Party! Party!! Party!!!: Photographs from Weimar Germany" is captioned, "Carl Ludwig Schleich's book Cocaineism described the proliferation of cocaine in Berlin as a symptom of the malaise of a modern life continually speeding up." Other anonymously authored photographs capture underground clubs, family celebrations, showgirls, cross-dressing, orgies, party caravans, banquets, costume balls and more.

CORY REYNOLDS | DATE 1/9/2019

Ahh, the freedom in Frank Habicht's Sixties

Featured image, captioned "Live it to the hilt — Renee, Westminster Bridge, 1968" is reproduced from As It Was: Frank Habicht's Sixties, the only book in print on the adventurous German photographer who captured London in all its rapturous, hairy, experimental glory during the swinging sixties. Carnaby Street, student carnivals, reluctant debutantes, street kids, flea markets and plenty of models, friends and celebrities in various states of dress all make appearances in beautiful black-and-white.

CORY REYNOLDS | DATE 1/9/2019

Ed Templeton signing 'Tangentially Parenthetical' at Park Life

Saturday, January 12 from 6–9 PM, Park Life will be hosting an exhibit and book signing with Ed Templeton for the publication of 'Tangentially Parenthetical,' his new photography book from Um Yeah Arts.

LACY SOTO | DATE 1/5/2019

Joshua Sperling to launch "A Writer of Our Time: The Life and Work of John Berger" at Artbook at Hauser & Wirth Los Angeles

Saturday, January 19 from 3–5 PM Artbook at Hauser & Wirth Los Angeles & Verso Books invite you to join author Joshua Sperling in conversation with Elisa Wouk Almino to celebrate the publication of 'A Writer of Our Time: The Life and Work of John Berger.'

LACY SOTO | DATE 1/4/2019

Janet Clare to launch "Time is the Longest Distance" at Artbook at Hauser & Wirth Los Angeles

Join Artbook at Hauser & Wirth Los Angeles Saturday, January 12 from 3–5 PM for a special book launch and signing with author Janet Clare to celebrate the release of "Time is the Longest Distance."

CORY REYNOLDS | DATE 12/21/2018

May the new year bring you unfathomable adventure! Happy holidays from ARTBOOK | D.A.P.

Featured photograph, of astronomer Johann Friedrich with Julius Schmidt's plaster model of the moon, 1898, is reproduced from The Moon: From Inner Worlds to Outer Space—a book that seems to carry the right spirit for a new year. "What is important to us, to what do we ascribe value, how do we create meaning in the world?" Louisiana Museum of Modern Art curator Marie Laurberg asks. "Ask the moon. It hovers in the sky like a blank white screen and shows us the stories we tell about it."

CORY REYNOLDS | DATE 12/19/2018

What to give the photographer who has everything

"Untitled" (1979) is reproduced from Janice Guy, the first monograph on the British-born photographer who for many years was also the co-proprietor of one of New York's most respected independent galleries, Murray Guy. "What Janice initially risked in her own art she has risked in every decision she brought to her life," friend and former art school classmate Thomas Struth writes in the book. "When she first moved to Rome, believing it to be a temporary stay, she left her negatives and vintage prints with me. I kept them in my basement, and later in my storage facility. In 2008 we took them out of their boxes for the first time in nearly thirty years. We spread them out in my studio and looked at what the pictures had to tell us." Congratulations to Hunters Point Press on this small but essential piece of excavated art history.

CORY REYNOLDS | DATE 12/18/2018

A facsimile of a rare 1900 children's book of 'Elfin Rhymes' is new from Art / Books

Said Rosie, "And is there an elfen-land?
Are goblin stories true?
Did you ever see a fairy's wand?
Do the fairies talk to you?
Are they far away or near us?
When we're speaking can they hear us?"

Said I, "There is really a fairy-realm,
Not so very far away.
Shall we sit in the shade of this great old elm
And visit it for a day?
For we'll find its true location
In the realm of the Imagination."

REILLY DAVIDSON | DATE 12/17/2018

Every day is a “ME” day with Sherrie Levine's 'Diary 2019'

This surprising new release from David Zwirner Books provides an elegant, leather-bound escape from your everyday planner. Inspired by Polish writer Witold Gombrowicz’s renowned Diary—which begins, "Monday. Me. Tuesday. Me. Wednesday. Me. Thursday. Me."—Sherrie Levine’s finely crafted artist book / daily calendar provides ample space for you to write everything from your next dental appointment to your observations about the passenger sitting across from you on the L train. The sophisticated duality of this sly, beautifully designed volume should entice anyone in the market for an exceptional mode of organizing the year 2019. As the graphic “ME.” is printed on each individual page (in an extremely appealing pastel pink), I guess you could say that with this book, every day is a “ME.” day!

CORY REYNOLDS | DATE 12/16/2018

Give 'Michael Jackson: On the Wall' to the art and music lover on your list!

"One of the strongest images that I associate him with is the glove. I always loved how he could take normal articles of clothing such as a white glove, red leather jacket, shoes and claim them as elements of his identity so wherever you see them in the world they bring your thoughts back to Michael." —KAWS

CORY REYNOLDS | DATE 12/16/2018

James Welling captures the culture of MoMA's Sculpture Garden in 'Oasis in the City'

"Kusama" (2014), by James Welling was commissioned by The Museum of Modern Art, New York, for Oasis in the City, a Staff Favorite Holiday Gift Book 2018. Both a deluxe limited edition and a fact-filled history of MoMA's beloved Sculpture Garden—filled with fascinating scholarship, vintage photographs and new images by Welling, Richard Pare, Candida Höfer, Tina Barney, Thomas Struth, Carrie Mae Weems, Vera Lutter and Hiroshi Sugimoto—this boxed, 16" x 11.25" clothbound volume is the perfect gift for luxury collectors, cosmopolitan world travelers and die-hard native New Yorkers.

CORY REYNOLDS | DATE 12/15/2018

Book trailer magic: 'Led Zeppelin by Led Zeppelin'

On October 9, 2018, Reel Art Press released 'Led Zeppelin by Led Zeppelin' across the world in Japanese, Dutch, Italian, German and English editions. Here in the US, we've blown through several print runs, with no end in sight. "We can really say that this is the authentic book of Led Zeppelin by Led Zeppelin," Jimmy Page says in the band's new book trailer, featured here. "I just hope that it really travels through the fans and their imaginations." See for yourself—this trailer is awesome!

CORY REYNOLDS | DATE 12/14/2018

A remarkable new monograph from Tod Papageorge is one of our Staff Pick Holiday Gift Books, 2018!

"Dr. Blankman's New York feels like a great, lost book. In a parallel world it might have become a landmark. In some latent world it might still. Why the delay? Many reasons. Some personal, some pragmatic. Papageorge has said that audiences have never meant that much to him. Many of his projects have found their moment long after the photographs were made. We barely got to see them when they were contemporary in the literal sense." —David Campany

CORY REYNOLDS | DATE 12/13/2018

Ruin the Yuletide with 'We Do Christmas'!

Maybe you're fed up with the overly cheerful zombie consumption-fest of the holiday season, or maybe you just have an ice-dry sense of humor. In either case, We Do Christmas, the newest title in Dung Beetle's satirical Reading Scheme series, is the perfect, dark little Stocking Stuffer for you!

CORY REYNOLDS | DATE 12/12/2018

A smile is the only possible outcome to 'Robots 1:1'

"Telephone Robot" (24.5 cm, 1968)—produced by the Japanese toy company Yonezawa—is reproduced from ROBOTS 1:1, the astonishing new compendium from Vitra Design Museum. It would be hard to imagine a more surprising and delightful holiday gift for a toy, book or kinetic sculpture collector. Measuring just over 12 inches wide by 19 inches tall and spectacularly well printed on deluxe paper with space-black edges to match the impeccable photography, this signed and numbered edition of 1000 books (packaged with a poster and a USB stick containing video of 54 of the robots in motion) presents a selection of 148 robots and astronauts from the R.F. Robot Collection. Naturally, each is reproduced at 1:1 scale. You really have to see it to believe it. A smile is the only possible outcome.

REILLY DAVIDSON | DATE 12/11/2018

"Sweet dreams, kiddies."
—Love, R. Crumb

Based on his famously zany comics, it’s clear that the mind of R. Crumb is full of weird yet compelling twists and turns. It’s no surprise then, that R. Crumb's Dream Diary, Elara Press’s highly anticipated new collection of off-beat, episodic, disjointed and yet endearing recountings of Crumb’s subconscious productions is so engrossing.

DATE 11/5/2018

Holiday Gift Guide 2018: Stocking Stuffers

Stocking Stuffers

They're cute, they're small, they're surprising and affordable. Here are 15 staff picks for the stockings on your list »

DATE 11/4/2018

Holiday Gift Guide 2018: For the Art Lover

For the Art Lover

The must-have art books of 2018, from a collection of Vienna Secession art magazine covers to new monographs on Warhol, Kusama, Picasso, Whitten, Nauman, Giacometti, Magritte, Turrell, Kingelez and af Klint »

DATE 11/7/2018

Holiday Gift Guide 2018: For the Photographer and Photography Collector

For the Photographer and Photography Collector

A few of our favorite 2018 monographs and surveys by Modern and contemporary photographers »

DATE 11/10/2018

Holiday Gift Guide 2018: For the Design Devotee

For the Design Devotee

The must-have architecture and design books of 2018, from FUEL's "Spomenik Monument Database" and "Brutal Bloc Postcards" to Inventory Press's companion publication to the 2018 Venice Architecture Biennale, "Dimensions of Citizenship" »

DATE 11/9/2018

Holiday Gift Guide 2018: For the Stargazer

For the Stargazer

Impress your favorite armchair astronomers with wonderful gift books on the cosmos, Soviet space dog memorabilia and space colonies »

DATE 11/8/2018

Holiday Gift Guide 2018: For the Fashion Forward

For the Fashion Forward

From Viktor & Rolf to Van Cleef & Arpels - our staff favorite holiday fashion gift books for 2018 »

DATE 11/6/2018

Holiday Gift Guide 2018: For the Bookworm

For the Bookworm

10 must-have 2018 reading books, from R. Crumb's "Dream Diary" to Georges Bataille's "Sacred Conspiracy," to collected writings of Dick Higgins and Jack Whitten »

DATE 11/14/2018

Holiday Gift Guide 2018: For the Music Lover or Cinephile

For the Music Lover or Cinephile

Beginning with Led Zeppelin's first and only authorized illustrated history, and including new books on The Ramones, Johnny Cash, The Beatles, Michael Jackson and more, this season also includes cinephile specialties on Andy Warhol's "The Chelsea Girls," the making of "Rosemary's Baby" and a collection of Jonas Mekas' "Conversations with Filmmakers" »

DATE 11/2/2018

Holiday Gift Guide 2018: For the New Yorker

For the New Yorker

Whether you love it or hate it, left it or long for it—here are 5 favorite gift books for the New Yorkers in your life »

DATE 11/10/2017

Holiday Gift Guide 2018: For the Jetsetter

For the Jetsetter

Travel-themed books this season include two photo books centered around swimming pools; two books on Soviet design; a gorgeous book of international landscape design and photo books that take us to Mongolia, Madagascar and Provence »

DATE 11/11/2018

Holiday Gift Guide 2018: For the Revolutionary

For the Revolutionary

Now is the time to give books on resistance and revolution. Hit the streets with these staff favorite gift books for those who question authority and shout their protest in the streets »

DATE 11/12/2018

Holiday Gift Guide 2018: For the Luxury Collector

For the Luxury Collector

Whether for a book collector or a lover of limited editions, these deluxe publications make wonderful gifts for those with a taste for the finer things.

DATE 5/9/2018

Vivid words from Lars Müller at the Storefront for Art and Architecture Benefit, 2018

Vivid words from Lars Müller at the Storefront for Art and Architecture Benefit, 2018

This week, Lars Müller of Lars Müller Publishers was honored at the 2018 Storefront for Art and Architecture Benefit at the New York Public Library. As the North American distributor of Lars Müller's extraordinary list of books on art, architecture, design and theory, we are ourselves honored to reproduce his acceptance speech here.

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."



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