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JRP|Ringier

Founded in 2004, JRP|Ringier has lost no time in establishing itself as one of the leading contemporary art publishing company in Europe and the USA. Geniuses of the apt font and virtuosos of negative space in book design, JRP|Ringier make each one of their titles feel thoughtful and lovingly produced. Much of their list is oriented around series, such as the First Monographs; the Positions artistís writings series featuring Susan Hiller, Mike Kelley and Liam Gillick among others; the Documents critical readers (of which Hans Ulrich Obristís Brief History of Curating is an instant classic); the Hapax series of visual essays by cultural producers from various fields, such as Francis Baudevin and Scott King; Christoph Kellerís carefully curated series of books by artists such as Mungo Thompson and Mai-Thu Perret; and numerous other individual monographs, readers and DVDs.

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A Brief History of New Music
Edited by Lionel Bovier. Following the success of Hans Ulrich Obristís A Brief History of Curating, this publication gathers the influential curatorís interviews with some of the foremost musicians and composers of the 1950sĖ1990s. It ...

D.A.P. | Distributed Art Publishers

Founded in 1990, D.A.P. / Distributed Art Publishers, Inc. is Americaís premier source for books on twentieth century art, photography, design, architecture and visual culture. D.A.P. is the exclusive North American distributor for many American museums including the Aspen Art Museum; the Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum; the Guggenheim Museum; Los Angeles County Museum of Art; The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles; The Museum of Fine Arts Boston; The Museum of Modern Art, New York and the Walker Art Center, Minneapolis. International art, photography, and architecture book publishers represented by D.A.P. include Aperture, Charta, Chris Boot, Damiani, Editorial RM, Exact Change, Fuel, Gregory R. Miller & Co., Hatje Cantz, JRP|Ringier, Metropolis Books, NAi, Picturebox, Poligrafa, Turner and Walther KŲnig.

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