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DATE 5/28/2024

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DATE 5/24/2024

Beautifully illustrated essays on Arab Modernists

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A gorgeous new book on Bauhaus textile innovator Otti Berger

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The New 2016 D.A.P. Spring Catalog

Take a look at the best books on art and photography coming for Spring 2016 from top museums including The Museum of Modern Art, New York; the MFA Boston; and the Walker Art Center as well as the world's best art and photo publishers, including Aperture, Damiani, Hatje Cantz, and Steidl.

Here are the first few spreads showcasing the lead titles for Spring 2016.

Spring 2016 New Titles: A Sneak Peak

This Spring's catalog opens with Aperture's fabulous Picturing America's National Parks published in conjunction with the George Eastman House and featuring an all-star roster of photographers.

Spring 2016 New Titles: A Sneak Peak
Gordon Park's photographic collaboration with Ralph Ellison on The Invisible Man from Steidl.

Spring 2016 New Titles: A Sneak Peak
Georgia O'Keeffe's watercolors published by Radius Books in collaboration with the Georgia O'Keeffe Museum faces the exhibition catalogue for MoMA's upcoming show on Edgar Degas.

Next up is the extensive catalogue on Francis Picabia for the big MoMA show we've been waiting for.
Spring 2016 New Titles: A Sneak Peak

And then MoMA's Marcel Broodthaer's catalogue across from Walther Koenig's simply remarkable three-dimensional facsimile edition of Marcel Duchamp's "Boite-en-Valise."
Spring 2016 New Titles: A Sneak Peak

And for regular readers of the ARTBOOK | D.A.P. catalogue, here's Sharon's seasonal letter.
Spring 2016 New Titles: A Sneak Peak
Dear Friends and Readers,

If your home is where your books are, then, like me, you probably anticipate each new publisher catalogue as a tasting menu of possible futures. The pages I dog-ear in book catalogues are wishes for my future self, a map of the intellectual roads I want to travel in pursuit of who I want to be a year hence. Over decades, a personal library takes shape of books read and unread: the desired biography of an ego.

My bookshelves are not yet full, and there is always room for a book I didn't know I needed. This season that book is Rosalyn Drexler: Who Does She Think She Is? Dating from 1963, Drexler's Lovers is reproduced on the cover of this ARTBOOK | D.A.P. Spring 2016 Catalogue. Prefiguring the work of Pictures Generation artists such as Robert Longo and Cindy Sherman a quarter of a century later, Drexler decenters, displaces, and reframes media iconography of gender stereotypes by slyly placing her stylized, almost cartoonish scenes at the edges of the canvas, so that the figures are literally marginalized. Like film frames that have gotten stuck askew in the projector, Drexler's scenes have fallen out of synch with the master narrative, which now sounds hollow. In a new book forthcoming from Gregory Miller & Co. this spring, Drexler's work will finally be available in a full-scale monograph reproducing a comprehensive selection of collages, paintings, and sculpture alongside documentation of her work in other media.

Other new books I absolutely must add to my shelves this year are the hardcover catalogue for MoMA's Marcel Broodthaers exhibition; Carrie Mae Weems: Kitchen Table Series from Damiani; Inventory Press' facsimile edition of the 1970s manifesto on radical pedagogy, Blueprint for Counter Education; Steidl's complete edition of Robert Frank's film work; Aperture's Gregory Crewdson: Cathedral of the Pines; and the new paperback edition of Wolfgang Scheppe's Migropolis: Venice from Hatje Cantz.

My library is my biography, so now you know a little bit about me.

And which books will you choose? Who do you want to be a year hence? If you invite me to dinner next year, who will your library tell me you are?

Sharon Helgason Gallagher
President and Publisher
Spring 2016 New Titles: A Sneak Peak
Spring 2016 New Titles: A Sneak Peak