DATE 2/11/2021

CAA, Artbook | D.A.P. & Hatje Cantz present the 2021 virtual panel, 'Reconstructing Aby Warburg's "Bilderatlas Mnemosyne"'

DATE 2/1/2021

Books for Black History Month 2021

DATE 1/29/2021

MCA Chicago presents Carolina Caycedo, Carla Acevedo-Yates & David Hernández Palmar in conversation

DATE 1/28/2021

'Karl Blossfeldt: Variations' is NEW from Lars Müller

DATE 1/26/2021

192 Books presents Marja Bloem, Lucy R. Lippard, Jo Melvin & Lauren van Haaften-Schick on 'Seth Siegelaub: Better Read Than Dead'

DATE 1/26/2021

'The Sleeve Should Be Illegal' is a new release this week!

DATE 1/23/2021

"Nothing we have ever done before will ever be good enough again."

DATE 1/21/2021

A much-needed primer on sustainable finance in the age of COVID-19

DATE 1/20/2021

Today, we celebrate!

DATE 1/19/2021

Humanity as endangered species in 'Danny Lyon: American Blood'

DATE 1/19/2021

192 Books presents Amy Sillman and Eileen Myles in Conversation

DATE 1/18/2021

On Martin Luther King Day, the story behind 'Young, Gifted and Black'

DATE 1/18/2021

Celebrate Martin Luther King with 'Leonard Freed: Black in White America'

DATE 1/18/2021

On Martin Luther King Day, the story behind 'Young, Gifted and Black'

DATE 1/15/2021

Printed Matter presents Carolina Caycedo, Carla Acevedo Yates, Lorena Mostajo and gloria galvez in conversation

DATE 1/15/2021

Printed Matter presents Lauren van Haaften-Schick, Jo Melvin & James Hoff in conversation for the launch of 'Seth Siegelaub: Better Read Than Dead, Writings and Interviews 1964–2013'

DATE 1/15/2021

We're loving the first major monograph on Carolina Caycedo

DATE 1/14/2021

The Brooklyn Museum presents a virtual roundtable for 'The Future of the Museum' by András Szántó

DATE 1/11/2021

'The Tarot of Leonora Carrington' is a hot New Release this week!

DATE 1/9/2021

Georgia on our minds

DATE 1/8/2021

Visit us at the Atlanta Winter Gift & Home Market 2021

DATE 1/7/2021

Looking to David Hammons, as we search the soul of our nation

DATE 1/6/2021

Bottomless Intimacy in 'Lynette Yiadom-Boakye: Fly In League With The Night'

DATE 1/4/2021

In 'Poor Richard by Philip Guston,' a reminder that absolute power corrupts absolutely

DATE 1/1/2021

Dreaming of Gardens and Springtime

DATE 1/1/2021

Happy New Year from Artbook | D.A.P.!

DATE 12/31/2020

For the new year, we wish you "so much more than we can express in a lifetime…"

DATE 12/30/2020

Here's to a brighter future in 2021

DATE 12/27/2020

Pictures from after the world still made sense in 'Godlis Streets'

DATE 12/26/2020

Cult photobook 'William Eggleston: Polaroid SX-70' is back in stock!

DATE 12/24/2020

Happy Holidays from Artbook | D.A.P.!

DATE 12/22/2020

Abstraction, collage and autobiography in 'McArthur Binion: DNA'

DATE 12/20/2020

Futura, Writing the Future

DATE 12/18/2020

'Cuba: Music and Revolution' is NEW from Soul Jazz

DATE 12/16/2020

Snow Day Dreams inspired by by Monet

DATE 12/13/2020

Highly anticipated 'AfriCOBRA: Messages to the People' releases this week!

DATE 12/11/2020

Artbook @ MoMA PS1 presents Dr. Nicole R. Fleetwood signing and speaking on 'Marking Time: Art in the Age of Mass Incarceration'

DATE 12/10/2020

A welcome sense of wonder in Holiday Gift Staff Pick, 'Space Fantasies 1:1'

DATE 12/9/2020

Printed Matter presents 'An Excess of Quiet: A Conversation with Gabriel Ojeda-Sagué and Jarrett Earnest'

DATE 12/8/2020

'Felix Gonzalez-Torres: Photostats' is NEW from Siglio Press

DATE 12/8/2020

Fredericks & Freiser presents David Humphrey, Nicole Eisenman and Trenton Doyle Hancock in conversation for the virtual launch of 'David Humphrey'

DATE 12/7/2020

Printed Matter presents 'Translating Wittgenstein: A Conversation with Bettina Funcke and Paul Chan'

DATE 12/4/2020

Chiffon Thomas's work subverts and surprises in 'Young, Gifted and Black'

DATE 12/2/2020

Jamie Johnston on 'Writing by Drawing' in new magazine, 'o bod'

DATE 12/2/2020

'Gerhard Richter: Landscape' is NEW from Hatje Cantz

DATE 11/30/2020

'John Cage: A Mycological Foray—Variations on Mushrooms' is Back in Stock at last!

DATE 11/27/2020

Hot Book Alert! 'Grimes: Miss Information, a Coloring Book' is a New Release this week!

DATE 11/25/2020

Rethinking Thanksgiving with 'B. Wurtz: Pan Paintings'

DATE 11/23/2020

'Young, Gifted and Black: A New Generation of Artists' is Back in Stock!

DATE 11/22/2020

The radical photojournalism of Galina Sanko in 'The New Woman Behind the Camera'

DATE 11/20/2020

Superb, highly-anticipated 'Lynette Yiadom-Boakye: Fly In League With The Night' is a New Release this week!


'Karl Blossfeldt: Variations' is NEW from Lars Müller

DATE 1/28/2021

'Karl Blossfeldt: Variations' is NEW from Lars Müller

Featured image is reproduced from Karl Blossfeldt: Variations, Lars Müller Publishers' 416-page new release investigating how the Berlin artist, sculptor and teacher's turn-of-the-century plant photographs were disseminated in the popular media of the time, from magazines, to art and pattern books. "In the late 1920s a German book of plant photographs with the suggestive title Urformen der Kunst became an international bestseller," author Ulrike Meyer Stump writes. "Albert Einstein owned a copy, as did Kandinsky, Klee, Calder and Henry Moore. The producer of these highly successful botanical images, Karl Blossfeldt (1865-1932), trained as a sculptor and taught “Modeling after Living Plants” at the School of Applied Arts in Berlin from 1899 to 1930. He began photographing plants in the late nineteenth century as illustrations, patterns, and as teaching material for his classes, producing thousands of photographs in a highly uniform manner over the decades. A handsome selection from this voluminous material elegantly printed in photogravure was published in 1928, shortly before his retirement. With this publication, which was followed by countless new editions over the years, Blossfeldt the sculptor became world-famous as a photographer… This book traces the paths that Blossfeldt’s legendary plant motifs described—as specimens, illustrations, patterns, analogies, models, and abstractions—from their creation to their entry into the canonical history of photography, with occasional excursions into their reception in more recent art and design."

'The Sleeve Should Be Illegal' is a new release this week!

DATE 1/26/2021

'The Sleeve Should Be Illegal' is a new release this week!

Featured image, Giovanni Bellini's St. Francis in the Desert (ca. 1476–78), is reproduced from The Frick Collection's superb new release, The Sleeve Should Be Illegal, co-published with DelMonico Books. A book like no other on our list, this highly anticipated hardcover collects 61 reflections on works in the Frick’s preeminent collection by some of today's most riveting cultural luminaries, spanning from André Aciman to Roz Chast, Abbi Jacobson to Bryan Ferry, and Jonathan Lethem (whose text inspired the title) to Julie Mehretu, Susan Minot, Wangechi Mutu and Edmund White, to name just a few, with an Introduction by Adam Gopnik. "The evocations of pictures contained in this book remind us of the astonishing truth that the timelier art is, the more timeless it becomes," Gopnik writes, "the more lodged in one window, the more available now. Gallery going is the only reliable form of time travel we possess. You are here, the limited map in the mall explains to us. You are everywhere, the pictures at the Frick insist. And we are."

"Nothing we have ever done before will ever be good enough again."

DATE 1/23/2021

"Nothing we have ever done before will ever be good enough again."

As we continue to celebrate the inauguration of Kamala Harris, the first woman Vice President of the United States, we are delighted to feature these spreads from Primary Information's new facsimile edition of A Documentary HerStory of Women Artists in Revolution, the 1971 compendium of texts and manifestos from women artists on gender and race issues in cultural institutions. "I firmly believe the 70's is the decade of the woman," Muriel Castanis said in a 1973 speech published here in the form of preface to the revised edition. "The women's art movement is revolutionary because it affects every level of the art culture. You especially know the valuable contribution art makes to society's health, and for that health we need the contribution of women for they can reach worlds that men never knew existed, self-imprisoned as they have been in their protective fortress. What W.A.R. began is in your hands now. Now, you are W.A.R.
I heard a marvelous quote for this new year. 'Nothing we have ever done before will ever be good enough again."
We couldn’t agree more.

DATE 1/20/2021

Today, we celebrate!


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