CURATOR INDEX

Neville Wakefield

Museum Exhibition Catalogues, Monographs, Artist's Projects, Curatorial Writings and Essays


                   

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Marilyn Minter: Pretty/Dirty

Text by Bill Arning, Elissa Auther, Nick Flynn, K8 Hardy, Richard Hell, Colby Keller, Eileen Myles, Jenni Sorkin, Neville Wakefield. Interview by Catherine Morris, Linda Yablonsky.

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ISBN 9781941366042 | $50.00


Francesco Vezzoli: Greed

Edited by Cristiana Perrella. Text by Cristiana Perrella, Nicholas Cullinhan, Neville Wakefield, Bruce Hainley.

Hbk, 8 x 11 in. / 96 pgs / 61 color. | 12/31/2011 | In stock
ISBN 9783865609496 | $39.95


Malerie Marder: Carnal Knowledge

Edited by Robert Violette. Introduction by Charlotte Cotton. Preface by Gregory Crewdson. Text by James Ellroy, Neville Wakefield, A.M. Homes, James Frey, Bruce Wagner. Interview with Philip-Lorca diCorcia.

Hbk, 12 x 8.5 in. / 144 pgs / 77 color. | 8/31/2011 | In stock
ISBN 9781900828307 | $75.00


Frieze Projects & Frieze Talks 2006-2008

Text by Neville Wakefield, Jennifer Higgie, Jörg Heiser, Dan Fox, Andrew Bonacina, Morgan Falconer.

Pbk, 7.5 x 10.25 in. / 308 pgs / 100 color / 100 bw. | 2/28/2010 | In stock
ISBN 9780955320156 | $35.00


In Numbers

Edited by Andrew Roth, Philip Aarons. Text by Clive Phillpot, Neville Wakefield, Nancy Princenthal, William S. Wilson.

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ISBN 9783037640852 | $90.00


David Benjamin Sherry: It's Time

Text by Neville Wakefield.

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ISBN 9788862080934 | $50.00


Banks Violette

Text by Neville Wakefield.

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ISBN 9783865604576 | $60.00


Helmut Lang: Alles Gleich Schwer

Text by Neville Wakefield, Frank-Thorsten Moll, Ulf Poschardt.

Pbk, 8.25 x 10.75 in. / 122 pgs / illustrated throughout. | 3/1/2009 | Awaiting stock
ISBN 9783865605412 | $45.00


John McCracken: Sketchbook

Interview with Neville Wakefield.

Hbk, 11 x 14 in. / 160 pgs / 157 color. | 10/1/2008 | Awaiting stock
ISBN 9781934435120 | $65.00


Stan Douglas & Douglas Gordon: Double Vision

Artwork by Stan Douglas, Douglas Gordon. Contributions by Bernice Reynaud. Text by Lynne Cooke, Neville Wakefield.

Paperback, 8 x 6 in. / 128 pgs / 30 color / 30 bw. | 8/2/2000 | In stock
ISBN 9780944521373 | $25.00


                    

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Greater New York 2010

Text by Klaus Biesenbach, Cornelia H. Butler, Neville Wakefield.

Pbk, 6.25 x 9 in. / 250 pgs / illustrated throughout. | 10/31/2010 | Not Available
ISBN 9780984177622 | $19.00


Matthew Barney: Drawing Restraint Vol. 5

Text by Matthew Barney, Neville Wakefield.

Paperback, 6.75 x 9.5 in. / 233 pgs / 137 color / 10 bw. | 3/1/2008 | Not Available
ISBN 9783865603180 | $65.00


Matthew Barney: The Cremaster Cycle

Essays by Nancy Spector and Neville Wakefield.

Paperback, 9 x 12.5 in. / 528 pgs / 725 color | 8/2/2003 | Not Available
ISBN 9780892072583 | $55.00


Matthew Barney: The Cremaster Cycle

Edited by Nancy Spector. Essays by Nancy Spector and Neville Wakefield.

Hardcover, 9 x 12.5 in. / 528 pgs / 725 color. | 7/2/2003 | Not Available
ISBN 9780892072842 | $75.00


Daido Moriyama: 1971/Ny

Edited and Interview by Andrew Roth. Essay by Neville Wakefield.

Paperback, 7 x 9.5 in. / 150 pgs / 100 tritone. | 8/2/2002 | Not Available
ISBN 9780967077499 | $85.00


The Book Of 101 Books

Edited by Andrew Roth. Essays by Vince Aletti, Richard Benson, May Castleberry, Jeffrey Fraenkel, David Levi Strauss, Daido Moriyama, Shelley Rice and Neville Wakefield.

Slipcased, 9.5 x 11.5 in. / 320 pgs / 500 color. | 9/2/2001 | Not Available
ISBN 9780967077451 | $250.00


The Book Of 101 Books

Photographs by Daido Moriyama. Edited by Vince Aletti, Jeffrey Fraenkel, Andrew Roth. Text by May Castleberry, Shelley Rice, Richard Benson, Neville Wakefield, David Levi Strauss.

Slipcased, 9.5 x 11.5 in. / 320 pgs / 500 color. | 9/2/2001 | Not Available
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The Book Of 101 Books

Edited by Andrew Roth. Essays by Vince Aletti, Richard Benson, May Castleberry, Jeffrey Fraenkel, David Levi Strauss, Daido Moriyama, Shelley Rice and Neville Wakefield.

Hardcover, 9.5 x 11.5 in. / 320 pgs / 500 color | 8/2/2001 | Not Available
ISBN 9780967077444 | $85.00


Emotion

Contributions by Stuart Morgan, Carl Freedman. Text by Neville Wakefield.

Hardcover, 8.5 x 10.5 in. / 136 pgs / 60 color / 30 bw | 5/2/1999 | Not Available
ISBN 9783893224395 | $42.95


Ed Ruscha: New Paintings And A Retrospective Of Works On Paper

Artwork by Ed Ruscha. Text by Dave Hickey, Neville Wakefield.

Hardcover, 8.3 x 10.5 in. / 48 pgs / 52 color / 4 bw. | 8/2/1998 | Not Available
ISBN 9780947564742 | $30.00


Marilyn Minter: Pretty/DirtyMarilyn Minter: Pretty/Dirty

Published by Gregory R. Miller & Co..
Text by Bill Arning, Elissa Auther, Nick Flynn, K8 Hardy, Richard Hell, Colby Keller, Eileen Myles, Jenni Sorkin, Neville Wakefield. Interview by Catherine Morris, Linda Yablonsky.

Marilyn Minter is famed for her glossy, hyper-realistic paintings, photographs and video works—seductive images that borrow the language of fashion and advertising photography, exploring the boundaries of desire, sensuality and body anxiety in the age of consumption. Close-up imagery of mouths, feet, splashes and puddles, rendered in high-gloss enamel on sheets of metal, subversively questions the pathology of glamour. Produced in conjunction with the first major museum retrospective on her work, Pretty/Dirty examines every period of the artist's 40-year career, from her beginnings with the controversial porn paintings, initially rejected by the critical establishment, to her later large-scale photorealistic works. Essays from the exhibition's curators examine the trajectory of Minter's development and her engagement with debates over the representation of the female body. Texts from musicians, artists, writers and curators speak to Minter's wide-ranging influence: reflections from the likes of artist K8 Hardy, musician and author Richard Hell, and poet Eileen Myles, as well as an artist interview with writer Linda Yablonsky. Illustrated with hundreds of full-color reproductions, and with a complete biography and bibliography, Pretty/Dirty charts a new perspective on the career of this exciting and continually evolving artist.
Marilyn Minter (born 1948) has been the subject of numerous solo exhibitions, at venues including the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art in 2005, the Center for Contemporary Art, Cincinnati, in 2009 and the Museum of Contemporary Art, Cleveland, in 2010. Her video "Green Pink Caviar" was exhibited in the lobby of MoMA for over a year, and was also shown on digital billboards on Sunset Boulevard in LA, and the Creative Time MTV billboard in Times Square, New York.

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Francesco Vezzoli: GreedFrancesco Vezzoli: Greed

Published by Walther König, Köln.
Edited by Cristiana Perrella. Text by Cristiana Perrella, Nicholas Cullinhan, Neville Wakefield, Bruce Hainley.

Borrowing the strategy of a commercial perfume launch, Francesco Vezzoli (born 1971) created a signature perfume called “Greed” and commissioned Roman Polanski to direct a 60-second commercial starring Natalie Portman and Michelle Williams. A series of needlework portraits of women in art history--Tamara de Lempicka, Eva Hesse, Leonor Fini--presented them as endorsers of the perfume.

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Greater New York 2010Greater New York 2010

Published by MoMA PS1.
Text by Klaus Biesenbach, Cornelia H. Butler, Neville Wakefield.

The third iteration of the quintennial exhibition organized by P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center and The Museum of Modern Art, Greater New York 2010 showcases emerging artists who are living and working in the metropolitan New York area. Covering a full range of practices and media, and eagerly anticipated throughout the art community, the 2010 exhibition and catalogue present new works by more than 70 artists of diverse backgrounds, allowing each of them a significant area of space in P.S.1’s expansive galleries in which to show new work or work that has been made in the past five years. This year, Greater New York is organized by Klaus Biesenbach, P.S.1 Director and MoMA Chief Curator at Large; Connie Butler, MoMA Robert Lehman Foundation Chief Curator of Drawing; and Neville Wakefield, P.S.1 Senior Curatorial Advisor.

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Malerie Marder: Carnal KnowledgeMalerie Marder: Carnal Knowledge

Published by Violette Editions.
Edited by Robert Violette. Introduction by Charlotte Cotton. Preface by Gregory Crewdson. Text by James Ellroy, Neville Wakefield, A.M. Homes, James Frey, Bruce Wagner. Interview with Philip-Lorca diCorcia.

A seminal experience for American photographer Malerie Marder (born 1971) was a family friend's request for Marder to photograph her with her lover, naked and in the anonymous setting of a motel room. This set the tone for Marder's work for the next decade. Her photographs of nudes are composed simply, much like portrait painting, her subjects sitting plainly near the center of the frame, often set against the bleak anonymity of motel rooms, their impassive gazes almost daring the viewer to interpret their bodies. "Marder has explored the psychosexual undertow of her own intimate relationships," Siobhan McDevitt wrote in Artforum, "frequently shooting herself along with family and friends in close quarters (including pay-by-the-hour motels) and, usually, undressed. She flirts with prurience, with ideas of privacy and surveillance, eroticism and pornography, but seems more satisfied when approaching the complications of love or being in love." Beautifully illustrated, Carnal Knowledge contains 77 color reproductions of these photographs, as well as new texts from James Ellroy and Neville Wakefield, a preface by Gregory Crewdson, short stories inspired by Marder's work by A. M. Homes, James Frey and Bruce Wagner, and a Q & A for Marder devised by Philip-Lorca diCorcia. It is the first volume to collect these works and to bring Marder's work to a wider audience.

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In NumbersIn Numbers

Serial Publications by Artists Since 1955

Published by JRP|Ringier.
Edited by Andrew Roth, Philip Aarons. Text by Clive Phillpot, Neville Wakefield, Nancy Princenthal, William S. Wilson.

In Numbers is the first volume to address an overlooked art form that is neither artist's book nor ephemera, but is entirely its own unique entity: the artist's serial publication. Across such groundswell moments as the small press boom of the 1960s, the correspondence art movement of the early 1970s and the DIY zine culture of the 1980s and early 1990s, artists have seized on magazine and postcard formats as forms in themselves. These are not publications that print criticism, manifestos or reproductions of artworks; rather, they are themselves artworks, in large part factured by younger artists operating at the peripheries of mainstream art cultures, or by established artists looking for an alternative to the marketplace. Dating from 1955 to the present, In Numbers begins with Wallace Berman's Semina and continues through Joe Brainard's C Comics, Situationist Times, Eleanor Antin's 100 Boots, File, Robert Heinecken's modified periodicals, the Japanese group Provoke's magazine, Ian Hamilton Finlay's Poor.Old.Tired.Horse, Fluxus, Art-Language, Raymond Pettibon's Tripping Corpse, Maurizio Cattelan's Permanent Food and contemporary examples such as North Drive Press, LTTR and Continuous Project. (Approximately 60 publications in total are surveyed.) Documenting the history of each publication—its inception, production, distribution and impact—together with a fully illustrated bibliography for each title, In Numbers is embellished with essays by Clive Phillpot, Nancy Princenthal, William S. Wilson and Neville Wakefield. An illustrated conversation between Collier Schorr and Gil Blank provides an overview.

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Frieze Projects & Frieze Talks 2006-2008Frieze Projects & Frieze Talks 2006-2008

Published by Frieze Publishing.
Text by Neville Wakefield, Jennifer Higgie, Jörg Heiser, Dan Fox, Andrew Bonacina, Morgan Falconer.

The annual Frieze Art Fair brings the world's top contemporary art galleries to London's Regent's Park. Since the inaugural fair in 2003, Frieze Projects has pursued an ambitious curatorial program, inviting artists to realize works responding specifically to the fair context. The Frieze Talks program has brought leading cultural and art world figures to the stage. Frieze Projects and Frieze Talks 2006–2008 is the second publication to record these events. It features essays by Frieze Projects curator Neville Wakefield and Frieze Talks curators Jennifer Higgie, Jörg Heiser and Dan Fox, texts on each project and edited transcripts of many of the lectures and panel discussions with artists such as Wade Guyton, Peter Saville, Dave Hickey, Roni Horn and Boris Groys.

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David Benjamin Sherry: It's TimeDavid Benjamin Sherry: It's Time

Published by Damiani.
Text by Neville Wakefield.

It's Time is 28-year-old, New York-based photographer David Benjamin Sherry's first monograph. While studying Photography at the Rhode Island School of Design, Sherry spent a summer working with the photographer David LaChapelle. He began to develop his own penchant for hypersaturated, hot, bright colors with a touch of psychedelia. He then went on to receive his MFA in Photography from the Yale School of Art in 2007. Taking a lead from his peers widespread commercial success, Sherry has shot some memorably fresh fashion editorials for magazines such as Dazed and Confused, Purple, i-D, V Man and Japanese Vogue. Part of the group of young artists (and much-chronicled downtown bad boys) around Ryan McGinley, Dash Snow and Dan Colen, Sherry makes photographs that range from reality to fantasy, from portraits to abstractions, landscapes to fashion. Drawing inspiration from contemporaries such as Wolfgang Tillmans to past generation artists such as Derek Jarmon and Kenneth Anger. He has exhibited in Berlin, Vienna, Los Angeles and New York. This well-illustrated volume includes an essay by independent curator and critic Neville Wakefield.

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Helmut Lang: Alles Gleich SchwerHelmut Lang: Alles Gleich Schwer

Published by Walther König.
Text by Neville Wakefield, Frank-Thorsten Moll, Ulf Poschardt.

Alles Gleich Schwer--which translates in English to Everything Has an Equal Weight--presents the first institutional solo exhibition of work by the influential Austrian designer-turned-artist Helmut Lang. Having given up fashion design in 2005, Lang views his transformation not as a break but a continuation of his essential preoccupation with the combination of evocative textures. From the physical body and its social and sculptural articulation through clothing, Lang has progressed to a material-led art in his sculptural objects, which address the intersection of public and private experience. The 40-foot-long sculpture "Arbor," for example, with its intertwined poles and circles of metal, evokes the maypole rituals of Lang's European roots; in another, similarly sparse work titled "Life Forms," two oak boxes are filled with sheepskin and covered with tar, triggering the sort of psychoanalytic resonances found in the work of his friend Louise Bourgeois. Drawing on such diverse references, Lang has built up a series of installations and objects that integrate his intimate knowledge of the human form with the personal mythologies and abstract arrangements of the world at large.

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WALTHER KöNIG

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Banks VioletteBanks Violette

Published by Walther König.
Text by Neville Wakefield.

This volume presents Violette's recent two-part exhibition at Barbara Gladstone and Team galleries in New York in 2007, and includes a 12-inch LP of his five-channel audio installation for Gladstone. Recorded at Team Gallery, it was composed and performed by frequent collaborator Stephen O'Malley of Sunn O))) with vocals by Attila Csihar.

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WALTHER KöNIG

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John McCracken: SketchbookJohn McCracken: Sketchbook

Published by Radius Books.
Interview with Neville Wakefield.

Since the mid-1960s, Southern California artist John McCracken--a contemporary of Donald Judd--has been a leading voice of Minimalist sculpture. His monochromatic fiberglass and resin sculptures, which are worked to a high and nearly translucent polish, are iconic pieces of this genre. Sketchbook, published concurrently with an exhibition at David Zwirner gallery in New York, presents the first volume of two treasured sketchbooks that McCracken used from the mid-60s until the mid-70s. Its pages contain working sketches that show the thought processes and insights that pre-date and presage his later work.
The format, paper and reproduction quality of this exquisitely produced facsimile edition were chosen for their ability to faithfully reproduce the original pages from this fascinating document, while a supplemental booklet of color photographs shows the sketches in their realized form. Pushing the boundaries between art and architecture while manipulating the psychological and physiological processes inherent in abstraction, McCracken has carved out a unique niche within Minimalism that is tinged with the philosophical and metaphysical, about which he has stated, "...All things are essentially mental. Matter, while quite real on the one hand, is on the other hand composed of energy, and in turn, of pure thought."

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Matthew Barney: Drawing Restraint Vol. 5Matthew Barney: Drawing Restraint Vol. 5

Published by Walther König, Köln.
Text by Matthew Barney, Neville Wakefield.

Matthew Barney's Drawing Restraint series imagines mythic interactions and subtle energy currents that meld legend and technology in dark, non-allegorical fairytales. In the film Drawing Restraint 9, the tension is strung between creative discipline (restraint, orderliness, pattern) and protean creativity (oceanic chaos)--a theme that is symbolically enacted in the construction and transformation of a vast sculpture of liquid Vaseline called "The Field." Over the course of the film, "The Field" is molded, poured, bisected and re-formed on the deck of a whaling ship. These shifts in the sculpture's state are then echoed in the tale of The Guests, two visitors to the ship (played by Barney and Björk) who, locked in a lover's embrace and breathing through blowhole orifices in the back of their necks, cut away each other's feet and thighs with flensing knives to reveal nascent whale tails. In conjunction with the Serpentine Gallery's 2007 exhibition, this catalogue for Drawing Restraint 9 and the Drawing Restraint series to date features autonomous sketches, drawings, sculptures and photographs. It offers an assessment of the project's fusion of sculpture, architecture, music, computer-generated effects and prosthetics that draws from mythology, history, sports and biology to explore the interplay between polymorphous desire and applied order.

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WALTHER KöNIG, KöLN

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Matthew Barney: The Cremaster CycleMatthew Barney: The Cremaster Cycle

Published by Guggenheim Museum.
Essays by Nancy Spector and Neville Wakefield.

Now in Paperback The definitive user's guide and then some to Matthew Barney's epic five-part film series, The Cremaster Cycle is filled with hundreds of Barney's fantastical images and surveys the project, which uses the biological model of sexual difference as its conceptual departure point. Three essays by Barney experts articulate the series' diverse themes and explore the artist's innovative aesthetic vocabulary; interviews with key collaborators, a composer, costume designer, make-up artist, technicians, and actors reveal his working process. A trailblazing essay by Curator of Contemporary Art Nancy Spector charts Barney's work from the 1990s to the present and provides critical insights into the aesthetic vocabulary of his five Cremaster films, while Neville Wakefield's "Cremaster Glossary" illuminates the films' most far-flung references with citations from sources as diverse as Freud's psychoanalytic studies, Mormon law and lore, and hardcore music fanzines. In addition to stills from the five films--including the final episode, Cremaster 3--the book features related sculptures, photographs, drawings, and storyboards. For anyone intrigued by the Wagner of contemporary art, this is an atlas to his enticingly hypnotic worlds. Barney himself collaborated on all aspects of this extraordinary publication, including the selection of over 700 images, most of them never before published.

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GUGGENHEIM MUSEUM

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Matthew Barney: The Cremaster CycleMatthew Barney: The Cremaster Cycle

Published by Guggenheim Museum.
Edited by Nancy Spector. Essays by Nancy Spector and Neville Wakefield.

The definitive user's guide and then some to Matthew Barney's epic five-part epic film series, The Cremaster Cycle is filled with hundreds of Barney's fantastical images and surveys the project, which uses the biological model of sexual difference as its conceptual departure point. Three essays by Barney experts articulate the series' diverse themes and explore the artist's innovative aesthetic vocabulary; interviews with key collaborators, a composer, costume designer, make-up artist, technicians and actors reveal his working process. A trailblazing essay by Curator of Contemporary Art Nancy Spector charts Barney's work from the 1990s to the present and provides critical insights into the aesthetic vocabulary of his five Cremaster films, while Neville Wakefield's “Cremaster Glossary” illuminates the films' most far-flung references with citations from sources as diverse as Freud's psychoanalytic studies, Mormon law and lore, and hardcore music fanzines. In addition to stills from the five films--including the final episode, Cremaster 3--the book features related sculptures, photographs, drawings and storyboards. For anyone intrigued by the Wagner of contemporary art, this is an atlas to his enticingly hypnotic worlds. Barney himself collaborated on all aspects of this extraordinary publication, including the selection of over 700 images, most of them never before published.

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GUGGENHEIM MUSEUM

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Juergen TellerJuergen Teller

Märchenstüberl

Published by Steidl.
Artwork by Tracey Emin. Photographs by Juergen Teller. Edited by Ute Eskildsen. Text by Ulrich Pohlmann, Ulf Poschardt, Neville Wakefield.

One of the stars of fashion photography and one of its most resolute interpreters of beauty and fashion, Juergen Teller is known for disregarding conventions and pointing his camera behind the scenes of glamour to reveal models in all their personality and vulnerabiliy. Teller serves the world of the beautiful, but with a critical, personal eye. In his last book, More, he collaborated with supermodel Stephanie Seymour, photographing her in her three lavish homes, surrounded by her art collection, her home furnishings, her property and her unexpectedly hilarious, bare-all, exaggerated attitude. This examination of the private sphere led Teller to produce his most recent series, Märchenstberl, which explores his and his family's roots--literally. Taking his camera down into the basement of his parents' house, he photographed their wet bar, known among family members as the Märchenstberl (“fairy tale corner”). Intensely reminiscent and abstractly personal, Märchenstberl also contains selections from Teller's entire body of work, providing the first complete look at his multifaceted work.

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Daido Moriyama: 1971/NyDaido Moriyama: 1971/Ny

Published by Roth Horowitz, LLC.
Edited and Interview by Andrew Roth. Essay by Neville Wakefield.

In 1971, Japanese photographer Daido Moriyama took a trip to New York City with Tadanori Yokoo. He stayed at the Chelsea Hotel and spent his days in The Museum of Modern Art Photography Study Center looking at pictures taken by Weegee. He shot 100 rolls of film with a half-frame camera, yielding 70 images per roll. Some of those pictures are presented here.

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The Book Of 101 BooksThe Book Of 101 Books

Seminal Photographic Books of the Twentieth Century

Published by Roth Horowitz, LLC.
Edited by Andrew Roth. Essays by Vince Aletti, Richard Benson, May Castleberry, Jeffrey Fraenkel, David Levi Strauss, Daido Moriyama, Shelley Rice and Neville Wakefield.

The history of the photographic book goes back well more than a century; the medium of photography and the book format were understood very early on to relate to each other on both technical and aesthetic levels. The examples of truly great combinations of photographic image and text, great design and typography bound together as books are numerous, and make up an impressive artistic, social, and documentary statement of the 20th century. Writer and rare book expert Andrew Roth has selected for this volume a group of 101 of the best photography books ever published: books that bring all of the elements of great bookmaking together to create, ultimately, a thing of beauty, a work of art. Mostly made up of publications in which the photographs were meant to be seen in book form, as opposed to the book being merely a repository of images, this list includes many artists and titles that will be familiar to the collector, but also not a few surprises. Chronologically, the first book is Volume One of Edward Curtis's seminal 1907 The North American Indian, the last is David LaChapelle's LaChapelle Land from 1996, and in between are books by Walker Evans and Berenice Abbott, Atget and Brassai, Robert Frank and Garry Winogrand, and many other seminal photographers from all over the world. Each book in the catalogue receives a double page spread including publication information, several image spreads, and a short text about it. The Book of 101 Books, however, is far more than simply an annotated and illustrated catalogue. Six important new essays on a variety of related topics from respected scholars, critics, and artists are included as well: here you will find Richard Benson on the history of printing techniques, Shelley Rice on the societal significance of photography books, May Castleberry on reprints, exhibitions, and keeping books alive for the public; Daido Moriyama on his personal memories of making his classic Bye Bye Photography, Dear, Neville Wakefield on the particular attributes of one of the most recent books in this group: Richard Princeís 1995 Adult Comedy Action Drama, and Jeffrey Fraenkel on the myriad perils of publishing photography books. The catalogue entries themselves are written by the well known critics Vince Aletti and David Levi Strauss. Taken together, the depth and beauty of these essays and images makes The Book of 101 Books both an essential reference and an aesthetically compelling object.

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ROTH HOROWITZ, LLC

BOOK FORMAT
Hardcover, 9.5 x 11.5 in. / 320 pgs / 500 color

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The Book Of 101 BooksThe Book Of 101 Books

Seminal Photographic Books of the Twentieth Century, Deluxe Edition

Published by Roth Horowitz, LLC.
Photographs by Daido Moriyama. Edited by Vince Aletti, Jeffrey Fraenkel, Andrew Roth. Text by May Castleberry, Shelley Rice, Richard Benson, Neville Wakefield, David Levi Strauss.

The history of the photographic book goes back more than a century; early on, the medium of photography and the book format were understood to relate to each other on both technical and aesthetic levels. The examples of truly great combinations of photographic image and text, great design and typography bound together as books are numerous, and make up an impressive artistic, social and documentary statement of the twentieth century. Writer and rare book expert Andrew Roth has selected for this volume a group of 101 of the best photography books ever published: books that bring all of the elements of great bookmaking together to create, ultimately, a thing of beauty, a work of art. Mostly made up of publications in which the photographs were meant to be seen in book form, as opposed to approaching the book as merely a repository of images, this list includes many artists and titles that will be familiar to the collector, but also not a few surprises. Chronologically, the first book is Volume One of Edward Curtis's seminal 1907 The North American Indian, and the last is David LaChapelle's LaChapelle Land from 1996. In between are books by Walker Evans and Berenice Abbott, Atget and Brassai, Robert Frank and Garry Winogrand, and many other seminal photographers from all over the world. Each book in the catalogue receives a double page spread which includes publication information, several image spreads and a short text. But The Book of 101 Books is much more than simply an annotated and illustrated catalogue. Six important new essays on a variety of related topics from respected scholars, critics and artists are included as well: here you will find Richard Benson on the history of printing techniques, Shelley Rice on the societal significance of photography books, May Castleberry on reprints, exhibitions and keeping books alive for the public; Daido Moriyama on his personal memories of making his classic Bye Bye Photography, Dear, Neville Wakefield on the particular attributes of one of the most recent books in this group, Richard Prince's 1995 Adult Comedy Action Drama and Jeffrey Fraenkel on the myriad perils of publishing photography books. The catalogue entries themselves are written by the well known critics Vince Aletti and David Levi Strauss. Taken together, the depth and beauty of these essays and images will make The Book of 101 Books both an essential reference and an aesthetically compelling object.

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ROTH HOROWITZ, LLC

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Slipcased, 9.5 x 11.5 in. / 320 pgs / 500 color.

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The Book Of 101 BooksThe Book Of 101 Books

Seminal Photographic Books of the Twentieth Century, LIMITED EDITION

Published by Roth Horowitz, LLC.
Edited by Andrew Roth. Essays by Vince Aletti, Richard Benson, May Castleberry, Jeffrey Fraenkel, David Levi Strauss, Daido Moriyama, Shelley Rice and Neville Wakefield.

The history of the photographic book goes back more than a century; early on, the medium of photography and the book format were understood to relate to each other on both technical and aesthetic levels. The examples of truly great combinations of photographic image and text, great design and typography bound together as books are numerous, and make up an impressive artistic, social and documentary statement of the twentieth century. Writer and rare book expert Andrew Roth has selected for this volume a group of 101 of the best photography books ever published: books that bring all of the elements of great bookmaking together to create, ultimately, a thing of beauty, a work of art. Mostly made up of publications in which the photographs were meant to be seen in book form, as opposed to approaching the book as merely a repository of images, this list includes many artists and titles that will be familiar to the collector, but also not a few surprises. Chronologically, the first book is Volume One of Edward Curtis's seminal 1907 The North American Indian, and the last is David LaChapelle's LaChapelle Land from 1996. In between are books by Walker Evans and Berenice Abbott, Atget and Brassai, Robert Frank and Garry Winogrand, and many other seminal photographers from all over the world. Each book in the catalogue receives a double page spread which includes publication information, several image spreads and a short text. But The Book of 101 Books is much more than simply an annotated and illustrated catalogue. Six important new essays on a variety of related topics from respected scholars, critics and artists are included as well: here you will find Richard Benson on the history of printing techniques, Shelley Rice on the societal significance of photography books, May Castleberry on reprints, exhibitions and keeping books alive for the public; Daido Moriyama on his personal memories of making his classic Bye Bye Photography, Dear, Neville Wakefield on the particular attributes of one of the most recent books in this group, Richard Prince's 1995 Adult Comedy Action Drama and Jeffrey Fraenkel on the myriad perils of publishing photography books. The catalogue entries themselves are written by the well known critics Vince Aletti and David Levi Strauss. Taken together, the depth and beauty of these essays and images will make The Book of 101 Books both an essential reference and an aesthetically compelling object.

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Slipcased, 9.5 x 11.5 in. / 320 pgs / 500 color.

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Stan Douglas & Douglas Gordon: Double VisionStan Douglas & Douglas Gordon: Double Vision

Published by Dia Art Foundation.
Artwork by Stan Douglas, Douglas Gordon. Contributions by Bernice Reynaud. Text by Lynne Cooke, Neville Wakefield.



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DIA ART FOUNDATION

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Paperback, 8 x 6 in. / 128 pgs / 30 color / 30 bw.

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Ed Ruscha: New Paintings And A Retrospective Of Works On PaperEd Ruscha: New Paintings And A Retrospective Of Works On Paper

Published by Anthony d'Offay.
Artwork by Ed Ruscha. Text by Dave Hickey, Neville Wakefield.



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ANTHONY D'OFFAY

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Hardcover, 8.3 x 10.5 in. / 48 pgs / 52 color / 4 bw.

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Emotion

Young British and American from the Goetz Collection

Published by Hatje Cantz Publishers.
Contributions by Stuart Morgan, Carl Freedman. Text by Neville Wakefield.



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HATJE CANTZ PUBLISHERS

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Hardcover, 8.5 x 10.5 in. / 136 pgs / 60 color / 30 bw

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