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Spring 2021 Film titles

Hayao Miyazaki
By Jessica Niebel. Foreword by Toshio Suzuki. Text by Pete Docter, Daniel Kothenschulte.

For over four decades, Hayao Miyazaki has been enchanting audiences of all ages. His animated films, often featuring children navigating unfamiliar and challenging worlds, offer timeless explorations of youth and what it means to grow >>more

DelMonico Books/Academy Museum of Motion Pictures
ISBN 9781942884811
US $49.95 CAN $69.95 TRADE
Hbk, 9 x 10.75 in. / 288 pgs / 300 color.
Pub Date: 09/07/2021 Awaiting stock


Arthur Jafa: MAGNUMB
Edited by Lćrke Rydal Jřrgensen, Mathias Ussing Seeberg. Foreword by Poul Erik Třjner. Introduction by Mathias Ussing Seeberg. Text by Nahum Chandler, Jared Sexton, NourbeSe Philip. Conversations with Arthur Jafa, Jacob Holdt, Faith Icecold.

Though he has worked in film and music for decades, American video artist Arthur Jafa only garnered acclaim in the art world in 2016 for his video work Love is the Message, the Message is >>more

Louisiana Museum of Modern Art
ISBN 9788793659353
US $40.00 CAN $56.00 TRADE
Pbk, 9.5 x 11.5 in. / 204 pgs / 100 color / 60 b&w.
Pub Date: 06/01/2021 Awaiting stock


Film Noir Portraits
Edited by Tony Nourmand. Text by Paul Duncan.

With its singular focus on the very best portrait photography of the 1940s and 1950s Hollywood film noir era, every page of this coffee-table volume is rich in brooding atmosphere. The portraits gathered here, of >>more

Reel Art Press
ISBN 9781909526815
US $59.95 CAN $83.95 TRADE
Hbk, 9.5 x 12 in. / 256 pgs / 240 b&w.
Pub Date: 07/20/2021 Awaiting stock


Bev Grant: Photography 1968–1972
Edited by Cay Sophie Rabinowitz. Introduction by William Cordova. Text by Johanna Fernandez, Peggy Dobbins.

This is the first monograph on Brooklyn-based photographer Bev Grant's (born 1942) extensive archive of photographs made from 1968 to 1972, when she was on the frontlines as a feminist and political activist. Grant began >>more

OSMOS Books
ISBN 9780991660858
US $50.00 CAN $70.00 TRADE
Hbk, 7.5 x 10 in. / 168 pgs / 75 b&w.
Pub Date: 07/06/2021 Awaiting stock


Julian Charričre: Towards No Earthly Pole
Edited with text by Dehlia Hannah. Text by Francesca Benini, Amanda Boetzkes, Anna Katherine Brodbeck, Scott MacKenzie, Anna Westerstahl Stenport, Shane McCorristine, Nadim Samman, Katrin Weilenmann. Conversation with Dehlia Hannah, Konrad Steffen. Afterword by Julian Charričre, Dehlia Hannah.

French-Swiss artist and explorer Julian Charričre (born 1987) has long explored issues related to transformations in nature and the role humans play in such processes. In the cinematic work Towards No Earthly Pole, Charričre combines >>more

Mousse Publishing
ISBN 9788867494347
US $40.00 CAN $56.00 TRADE
Pbk, 6.75 x 11.25 in. / 296 pgs / 109 color / 5 b&w.
Pub Date: 03/30/2021 In stock


Dana Claxton
Introduction by Leila Timmins. Text by Amy Kazymerchyk.

Dana Claxton (born 1959) is a critically acclaimed, award-winning artist and filmmaker working across film, video, photography, single and multichannel video installation and performance art. Her practice investigates the body, the socio-political and the spiritual >>more

Steidl/Scotiabank Photography Award, Toronto
ISBN 9783958298828
US $65.00 CAN $91.00 TRADE
Hbk, 9.75 x 12 in. / 220 pgs / 94 color / 63 b&w.
Pub Date: 02/01/2022 Awaiting stock


Sandra Schäfer: Moments of Rupture
Text by Sandra Schäfer.

Using her own cinematic work as a foundation, German artist and director Sandra Schäfer (born 1970) focuses on two “projects” undertaken by Hezbollah in Lebanon: the Resistance Museum in the south of the country and >>more

Spector Books
ISBN 9783959053914
US $30.00 CAN $40.00 FLAT40
Pbk, 6 x 8.75 in. / 232 pgs / 92 color / 32 b&w.
Pub Date: 02/23/2021 In stock


Gabriel Abrantes: Programmed Melancholy
Edited with text by Inęs Grosso. Text by Gabriel Abrantes, Emily Butler, Rosa Lleó, José Manuel dos Santos.

In Programmed Melancholy, filmmaker Gabriel Abrantes (born 1984) juxtaposes references to art and cultural history to create a body of work that weaves personal feelings with wider social, environmental and political concerns.

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Mousse Publishing
ISBN 9788867494361
US $29.95 CAN $41.95 FLAT40
Hbk, 8 x 10 in. / 162 pgs / 58 color / 16 b&w.
Pub Date: 03/30/2021 In stock


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