ARTBOOK LOGO

ARTBOOK BLOG

RECENT POSTS

DATE 3/30/2020

In timely 'Lines,' Shantell Martin seeks to understand "who we are at the core, as people"

DATE 3/29/2020

Natasha Gilmore's Staff Pick Reading List for Sheltering-in-Place

DATE 3/27/2020

Cooking much? 'Dimes Times' offers clean, optimistic recipes for emotional eating

DATE 3/24/2020

The Experience and sensation of isolation in 'Edward Hopper: A New Perspective on Landscape'

DATE 3/24/2020

Social distancing in the landscapes of Edward Hopper

DATE 3/21/2020

The next best thing to seeing 'Judd' at MoMA is reading 'Judd' from MoMA

DATE 3/20/2020

A new facsimile edition of 'Yvonne Rainer: Work 1961–73'

DATE 3/19/2020

Ruth Adler Schnee's exuberant textiles and interiors shine in 'Modern Designs for Living'

DATE 3/18/2020

'Jeff Divine: 70s Surf Photographs'

DATE 3/16/2020

In 'Jordan Casteel: Within Reach,' fundamental and expansive humanity

DATE 3/14/2020

"Less pretty, more beautiful." Nicholas Cullinan on 'Elizabeth Peyton: Aire and Angels'

DATE 3/14/2020

POSTPONED: Jeff Divine '70s Surf Photographs' launch at Arcana

DATE 3/13/2020

New remastered facsimile edition of Weegee's classic 'Naked City'

DATE 3/13/2020

Science and spirit, mind and matter in 'Hilma af Klint: Paintings for the Future'

DATE 3/12/2020

Trust and revolution in Martine Fougeron's 'Nicolas & Adrien. A World with Two Sons'

DATE 3/12/2020

POSTPONED: ICP presents Martine Fougeron and Sasha Bush in conversation, followed by a signing of 'Nicolas & Adrien'

DATE 3/10/2020

In 'Genealogies of Art,' the history of visual art in flowcharts, family trees, diagrams and info graphics

DATE 3/9/2020

Dorothy Iannone's 'Story of Bern' facsimile edition is a staff pick for Women's History Month

DATE 3/8/2020

Celebrate Women's History Month with 'Mickalene Thomas: I Can't See You Without Me,' back in stock from the Wexner

DATE 3/7/2020

Nan Goldin's 'The Other Side' is a Staff Pick for Women's History Month

DATE 3/6/2020

In 'The Way West,' the primal power of youth in a western landscape

DATE 3/6/2020

NYC launch event for 'Peter Kayafas: The Way West' at Gitterman Gallery

DATE 3/5/2020

Back in Stock! 'Louise Bourgeois: The Spider and the Tapestries' is a staff pick for Women's History Month

DATE 3/4/2020

BACK IN STOCK! Georgia O'Keeffe: Watercolors

DATE 3/3/2020

Celebrate Women's History Month with Sister Corita Kent, whose International Signal Code Alphabet screams to the heavens that freedom is vital

DATE 3/2/2020

In 'Last West,' poet Tess Taylor responds to Dorothea Lange

DATE 3/1/2020

Monica Ahanonu to sign 'Icons: 50 Heroines Who Shaped Contemporary Culture' at Artbook @ Hauser & Wirth Los Angeles Bookstore

DATE 3/1/2020

Staff Picks for Women's History Month

DATE 3/1/2020

Celebrate Women's History Month with this new monograph on Kiki Smith

DATE 2/29/2020

In 'O, Write My Name,' Black History via Harlem Heroes

DATE 2/27/2020

Tony Conrad's Writings: Constance DeJong and Andrew Lampert at McNally Jackson

DATE 2/27/2020

Jordan Peele's notes bring insight to 'Get Out: The Complete Annotated Screenplay'

DATE 2/26/2020

'Genealogies of Art, or the History of Art as Visual Art' is an intellectual delight

DATE 2/25/2020

Cover-to-cover provocation in 'member: Pope.L, 1978–2001'

DATE 2/24/2020

Surprising, previously unseen works on paper by Barkley L. Hendricks

DATE 2/23/2020

Betye Saar featured today on CBS Sunday Morning

DATE 2/22/2020

Fabulously idiosyncratic and humorous, 'Who Is Michael Jang?' reviewed in the 'Washington Post'

DATE 2/21/2020

In 'Nicolas & Adrien,' memory transcended and a mother's gift of love

DATE 2/20/2020

Behold Ellsworth Kelly's final masterpiece, 'Austin'

DATE 2/20/2020

Save 75–85% at our 2020 LA Showroom Sample Sale!

DATE 2/19/2020

Gorgeous, substantial, slipcased 384-page 'Agnes Denes: Absolutes and Intermediates' is NEW from The Shed

DATE 2/18/2020

Inequities and shared humanity in the prints of Alison Saar

DATE 2/17/2020

For Washington's Birthday, the textiles of American Modernist Marguerita Mergentime

DATE 2/17/2020

'Joyful Designs: Rediscovering the Textiles of Marguerita Mergentime' at Palm Springs Modernism

DATE 2/16/2020

Celebrate Black History with 'Gordon Parks: Muhammad Ali'

DATE 2/15/2020

'New York: Club Kids' Los Angeles Launch & Signing at The Standard

DATE 2/15/2020

Peter Berlin cocktails and signing at Tom of Finland, Los Angeles

DATE 2/15/2020

Prescient, playful hardcore self-portraiture in 'Peter Berlin: Icon, Artist, Photosexual'

DATE 2/14/2020

In Todd Gray's work, beauty as weapon and comment on colonialism

DATE 2/13/2020

Get 'A *New* Program for Graphic Design' by David Reinfurt at the CAA Conference in Chicago

DATE 2/12/2020

See Peter Saul at the New Museum, read 'Pop, Funk, Bad Painting and More'


EVENTS

CORY REYNOLDS | DATE 12/2/2019

Vitra to launch 'Atlas of Furniture Design' at Design Miami/ 2019

Thursday, December 5 from 12–1PM, Vitra Design Museum and Design Miami/ 2019 present the US launch of Atlas of Furniture Design, the new encyclopedic publication on 200 years of furniture design. Editor Mateo Kries will appear on a panel with Humberto Campana, Eames Demetrios and Libby Sellers, followed by a reception.

Vitra to launch 'Atlas of Furniture Design' at Design Miami/ 2019

With the Atlas of Furniture Design, the Vitra Design Museum has published the most comprehensive overview on the history of modern furniture design. With more than 1,000 pages, the Atlas is the most extensive book ever to be published on the topic. It documents 1,740 objects by over 540 designers, and features more than 2,800 illustrations, from object photographs to design sketches and interiors as well as patents, brochures, art, architecture, and portraits of the designers. The Vitra Design Museum collection, which counts among the world’s largest of its kind with upwards of 20,000 objects, including over 7,000 pieces of furniture, serves as the basis for Atlas of Furniture Design. The publication includes works by the most significant designers of the past 230 years and documents all important stages of design history. This includes nineteenth century furniture made out of bentwood and metal, Art Nouveau and Secession style designs, iconic designs by protagonists of modernism such as Le Corbusier, Gerrit Rietveld, Charlotte Perriand, Marcel Breuer, and Eileen Gray, but also post-war, post-modern, and contemporary furniture by designers such as Charles and Ray Eames, Eero Saarinen, Gae Aulenti, Finn Juhl, Ettore Sottsass, Philippe Starck, Hella Jongerius, Jasper Morrison, and Konstantin Grcic.

The Atlas of Furniture Design is the product of over 20 years of research at the Vitra Design Museum and was compiled by a team of more than 70 authors. It contains comprehensive essays on the socio-cultural and design-historical contexts of furniture design, over 550 detailed texts on pioneering objects, and numerous information graphics that provide new visual insights into the history of furniture design. Furthermore, the book contains a complete appendix that includes designer biographies, bibliographies, a glossary of producers and materials, as well as a keyword index. These features make this publication an encyclopedic reference guide and indispensable resource for collectors, scholars, and experts, and without a doubt a book to be treasured by design lovers all over the world.

The book presentation and panel discussion at Design Miami/ 2019 is hosted by the Vitra Design Museum and Vitra. To celebrate the North America premiere of the Atlas of Furniture Design, this panel talk will give insights into the research and protagonists of the most comprehensive book on furniture design ever published. Mateo Kries, editor of the Atlas of Furniture Design and director of the Vitra Design Museum, will speak with Humberto Campana, Eames Demetrios and Libby Sellers about the evolution of modern and contemporary furniture, the research that was needed to realize this encyclopedia, and the interest to share serious design knowledge with a wide audience. The panel discussion will be followed by a reception, and the book will be available for sale at Books & Books at Design Miami/. (The bookstore is located in the Design Forum, where the talk will be held, Booth X15.)

Atlas of Furniture Design book launch
Design Miami

Design Forum
Convention Center Drive & 19th Street, Miami Beach
Vitra to launch 'Atlas of Furniture Design' at Design Miami/ 2019
Vitra to launch 'Atlas of Furniture Design' at Design Miami/ 2019
Vitra to launch 'Atlas of Furniture Design' at Design Miami/ 2019
Vitra to launch 'Atlas of Furniture Design' at Design Miami/ 2019
Vitra to launch 'Atlas of Furniture Design' at Design Miami/ 2019
Vitra to launch 'Atlas of Furniture Design' at Design Miami/ 2019
Vitra to launch 'Atlas of Furniture Design' at Design Miami/ 2019

Atlas of Furniture Design

Atlas of Furniture Design

VITRA DESIGN MUSEUM
Hbk, 9 x 12 in. / 1,028 pgs / 2,852 color.

$250.00  free shipping




ARTBOOK LOGO
 
 

the art world's source for books on art & culture

  

CUSTOMER SERVICE
orders@artbook.com
212 627 1999
M-F 9-5 EST

TRADE ACCOUNTS

800 338 2665

CONTACT

JOBS + INTERNSHIPS

NEW YORK
Showroom by Appointment Only
75 Broad Street, Suite 630
New York NY 10004
Tel   212 627 1999

LOS ANGELES
Showroom by Appointment Only
818 S. Broadway, Suite 700
Los Angeles, CA 90014
Tel. 323 969 8985

ARTBOOK LLC
D.A.P. | Distributed Art Publishers, Inc.


All site content Copyright C 2000-2017 by Distributed Art Publishers, Inc. and the respective publishers, authors, artists. For reproduction permissions, contact the copyright holders.

ARTBOOK AMPERSAT

The D.A.P. Catalog
www.artbook.com