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春画で読む江戶の性愛 : 老人。子どもの視線から / 白倉敬彦
白倉敬彦, 1940- author
Tōkyō : Yōsensha, 2006
Baker Berry Japan NE1321.85.S58 S55 2006
Transatlantic encounters : Latin American artists in Paris between the wars
Greet, Michele, 1970- author
New Haven : Yale University Press, 
Paris was the artistic capital of the world in the 1920s and '30s, providing a home and community for the French and international avant-garde. Latin American artists contributed to and reinterpreted nearly every major modernist movement that took place in the creative center of Paris between World War I and World War II, including Cubism (Diego Rivera), Surrealism (Antonio Berni and Roberto Matta), and Constructivism (Joaquin Torres-Garcia). Yet their participation in the Paris art scene has remained largely overlooked until now. This book examines their collective role, surveying the work of both household names and an extraordinary array of lesser-known artists. Michele Greet illuminates the significant ways in which Latin American expatriates helped establish modernism and, conversely, how a Parisian environment influenced the development of Latin American artistic identity.
Sherman N6502.5 .G74 2018
Man a : artists in residence, fall 2015
Hanover, New Hampshire : Studio Art Exhibition Program, Dartmouth College, 
Sherman N6537.G57 A4 2015
Art museums of Latin America : structuring representation
edited by Michele Greet and Gina McDaniel Tarver
London : Taylor & Francis Group, 2018
"Since the late nineteenth century, art museums have played crucial social, political, and economic roles throughout Latin America because of the ways that they structure representation. By means of their architecture, collections, exhibitions, and curatorial practices, Latin American art museums have crafted representations of communities, including nation states, and promoted particular group ideologies. This collection of essays, arranged in thematic sections, will examine the varying and complex functions of art museums in Latin America: as nation-building institutions and instruments of state cultural politics; as foci for the promotion of Latin American modernities and modernisms; as sites of mediation between local and international, private and public interests; as organizations that negotiate cultural construction within the Latin American diaspora and shape constructs of Latin America and its nations; and as venues for the contestation of elitist and Eurocentric notions of culture and the realization of cultural diversity rooted in multiethnic environments."--
Sherman N908.L29 A78 2018
殷墟甲骨文书法探赜 / 贾书晟著
Beijing : Wen wu chu ban she, 2017
Baker Berry East Asian NK3634.A4 J5345 2017
Beijing : Ke xue chu ban she, 2016
Baker Berry EAsian Ovrsiz NK4166.X566 X569 2016
佛国尊像 / 著者罗华庆 ; 主编单位敦煌研究院 ; 主编樊锦诗
Shanghai Shi : Hua dong shi fan da xue chu ban she, 2016
Baker Berry East Asian ND2849.D86 L86 2016
The Sanctuary of Athena at Sounion
Barletta, Barbara A., author
Princeton : American School of Classical Studies at Athens, 
Investigations in the Sanctuary of Athena -- The Small Temple in the Sanctuary of Athena -- The Temple of Athena : Description and Reconstruction -- The Temple of Athena in Context -- Afterlife of the Temple of Athena -- Conclusions.
The Temple of Athena at Sounion is one of the more unusual examples of Greek architecture. It was constructed with colonnades on only two - but adjacent - sides, and in the Ionic order characteristic of the Aegean Islands even though it was built in Attica. When the temple was excavated at the turn of the 19th to 20th centuries, little was found on site. Instead, subsequent excavations in the Athenian Agora recovered many of the missing building members, which had been reused in a Roman-period temple. A new study of the temple, including the material from Athens, was initiated by H.A. Thompson and W.B. Dinsmoor Jr. but was never completed. The current book builds on their work to provide for the first time a comprehensive view of the temple and its sanctuary.
Sherman NA279.A39 S26 2017
Barilli, Renato, author
Firenze : Giunti, 
Sherman ND553.C243 B37 2018
Βιβλιοθηκη της εν Αθηναις Αρχαιολογικης Εταιρειας ; αρ. 314
Tsountas, Chrēstos, 1857-1934
[Athens] : [Hē en Athēnais Archaiologikē Hetaireia], 
Sherman N5630 .T8 2017
Postmodern design complete
Gura, Judith, author
London : Thames & Hudson, 2017
Foreword / Charles Jencks -- Introduction -- I. Masters of postmodern design -- Supernovas Sottsass and Venturi: creating and defining postmodernism in the 1980s / R. Craig Miller -- Michael Graves -- Charles Jencks -- Alessandro Mendini -- Ettore Sottsass -- Robert Venturi and Denise Scott Brown -- II. Forms of postmodern design -- Architecture -- The politics of postmodern architecture / Sean Griffiths -- Arquitectonica -- Thomas Beeby -- Ricardo Bofill -- Mario Botta -- Terry Farrell -- Frank Gehry -- Hans Hollein -- Arata Isozaki -- Léon Krier -- Charles Moore -- John Outram -- Paolo Portoghesi -- Also Rossi -- Robert A.M. Stern -- James Stirling -- Tomás Taveira -- Stanley Tigerman -- Oscar Tusquets Blanca -- James Wines -- Design -- New German design: brief history, big impact / Hans Maier-Aichen -- Martine Bedin -- Andrea Branzi -- Aldo Cibic -- Nigel Coates -- Michele de Lucchi -- Nathalie du Pasquier -- James Evanson -- Godley-Schwan -- Massimo Iosa Ghini -- Shiro Kuramata -- Javier Mariscal -- Gaetano Pesce -- Peter Shire -- Bořek Šípek -- George Sowden -- Philippe Starck -- Matteo Thun -- Masanori Umeda -- Marco Zanini -- Graphic design -- The PoMo brouhaha / Steven Heller -- Michael Bierut -- Neville Brody -- Art Chantry -- Seymour Chwast -- Ed Fella -- Carin Goldberg -- April Greiman -- Katherine McCoy -- Paula Scher -- Deborah Sussman -- Michael Vanderbyl -- Wolfgang Weingart -- Edited design -- Swid Powell and postmodern tabletop / John Stuart Gordon -- Abet Laminati -- Acme -- Alessi -- Cleto Munari -- Disney -- Formica -- Memphis -- III. Living with postmodern design -- Interiors: translation, modification, compromise -- Postmodern design moves indoors / Arlene Hirst -- James Evanson: Dean Pond House -- Michael Graves: The Warehouse ; Plocek House -- Charles Jencks: Garagia Rotunda -- Alessandro Mendini: Casa della Felicità -- Charles Moore: Selby Avenue House -- Peter Shire: Vista Gordo/Shire Art House -- Bořek Šípek: Šípek House -- Ettore Sottsass: Casa Maui ; Casa Munari -- Robert A.M. Stern (architects): Residence -- Robert Venturi and Denise Scott Brown (Venturi, Scott Brown and associates): Brant House ; Residence -- Zanone Residence -- IV. Postmodern design continues -- The aftermath, the revival, the future -- Collecting postmodern design / Alexander Payne -- On freedom / Johanna Grawunder -- Afterword / Denise Scott Brown -- A-Z of designers and producers.
"Originating as a rebellious movement in philosophy and literature, Postmodernism proclaimed the death of modernism and promoted a new, nonlinear way of approaching architecture and design, spearheaded by Michael Graves, Robert Venturi, Ettore Sottsass, and Alessandro Mendini. It became a style in itself and the defining look of the 1980s. 'Postmodern Design Complete' is the comprehensive reference to this period of vibrant design, as it profiles key creators including Graves, Mendini, Sottsass, Venturi, Charles Jencks, and Denise Scott Brown and covers the fields of architecture, furniture, graphic design, textiles, and product and industrial design. A section on Living with Postmodernism presents fifteen seminal homes and their furnishings; and a final section titled Postmodernism Continues is a comprehensive overview of contemporary makers. Highly informed and accessible texts are illustrated by more than 1,000 images that bring together classics and little-seen rarities, unusual objets d'art, and mass-produced items. This definitive volume also includes a foreword by Charles Jencks and an afterword by Denise Scott Brown, followed by a substantial reference section." -- Publisher's description
Sherman Oversize NA682.P67 G87 2017
The history of Venetian Renaissance sculpture, ca. 1400-1530
Schulz, Anne Markham, 1938- author
London : Harvey Miller Publishers, 
volume I. Text and comparative illustrations -- volume II. Illustrations.
As the first comprehensive treatment of Venetian sculpture of the early Renaissance in nearly a century, this book examines the documents, literary sources, and oeuvre of all Venetian sculptors in stone, bronze, and wood between the decoration of the crowning of San Marco at the beginning of the fifteenth century and the artistic revolution wrought by Jacopo Sansovino from ca. 1530 on. Its text pays particular attention to the style of individual works, to their physical and artistic context, their sources and their influence, and synthesizes forty-five years of attentive looking, of research in archives and libraries of the Veneto, and hundreds of photographic campaigns throughout Italy and as far afield as Croatia and Poland - many from specially mounted scaffolds. The introduction treats general questions of material, purpose, patronage, the origin of sculptors, their workshop practices and the structure of guilds, while the conclusion considers ways in which Venetian sculpture was unique. There is no aspect of the subject to which the author has not contributed major discoveries and her book, with its 800 illustrations, should constitute a work of reference long into the future.
Sherman NB621.V5 S38 2017
Slavs and Tatars
edited by Pablo Larios
London : Koenig Books, 
Defining an area 'east of the former Berlin Wall and west of the Great Wall of China' as their remit, Slavs and Tatars repeatedly creolize, craft and collide a political and imagined geography to topple our brittle notions of identity, language, and beliefs.0Throughout their 10 year practice, the artist collective has turned to Turkic language politics, medieval advice literature, the relationship between Iran and Poland, and transliteration, to name but a few of their areas of research. The artists' work (from sculptures to lecture performances, installations to publications) similarly overturn the traditional hierarchies of understanding, seeing, and listening. Slavs and Tatars aim to free knowledge from the Enlightenment confines of the mind.00Exhibition: Ujazdowski Castle Centre for Contemporary Art, Warsaw, Poland (Nov 2016 - Feb 2017) / Pejman Foundation, Tehran, Iran (Apr 2017) / Salt Galata, Istanbul, Turkey (Jun 2017) / CAC Vilnius, Lithuania (Sep 2017) / Museum of Contemporary Art, Belgrade, Serbia (Nov 2017) / Albertinum, Dresden, Germany (Winter 2017-2018).
Baker Berry Oversize NX460 .S56 2017
Generation loss : 10 years Julia Stoschek Collection
Herausgeber = publisher: Julia Stoschek Foundation e.V. ; Autoren = authors: Ed Atkins, Monika Kerkmann, Julia Stoschek, Andreas Weisser ; Übersetzungen = translations: Amy Klement, Kurt Rehkopf, Alexandra Titze-Grabec
Bielefeld, Germany : Kerber, 
On the occasion of the ten-year anniversary of the Julia Stoschek Collection, the British artist Ed Atkins has conceived the exhibition 'Generation Loss'. The term means first and foremost the process of data quality deterioration that results from changing technologies. This loss of quality, at the same time, also materializes in an ideological sense in the social change from one generation to the next. The catalogue takes up this question and addresses how the reception of the moving image has changed from the nineteen-seventies until today. In addition to video and film stills, the catalogue also includes historical material about the works presented as well as installation views of the exhibition.00Exhibition: Julia Stoschek Collection, Düsseldorf, Germany (10.07.2017-10.07.2018).
Sherman N5267.S77 G46 2017
Art, commerce and colonialism, 1600-1800
edited by Emma Barker
Milton Keynes : in association with The Open University, 2017
The book examines how increasing engagement with the rest of the world transformed European art, architecture and design. It considers how commercial activity and colonial ventures gave rise to new and diverse forms of visual and material culture across the globe. Drawing on a wide range of recent scholarship, it offers a new perspective that challenges Eurocentric approaches.
Sherman N72.G55 A765 2017
Why science needs art : from historical to modern day perspectives
Roche, Richard, author
London : Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2018
Why Science Needs Art explores the complex relationship between these seemingly polarised fields. Reflecting on a time when art and science were considered inseparable and symbiotic pursuits, the book discusses how they have historically informed and influenced each other, before considering how public perception of the relationship between these disciplines has fundamentally changed. Science and art have something very important in common: they both seek to reduce something infinitely complex to something simpler. Using examples from diverse areas including microscopy, brain injury, classical art, and data visualization, the book delves into the history of the intersection of these two disciplines, before considering current tensions between the fields. The emerging field of neuroaesthetics and its attempts to scientifically understand what humans find beautiful is also explored, suggesting ways in which the relationship between art and science may return to a more co-operative state in the future. Why Science Needs Art provides an essential insight into the relationship between art and science in an appealing and relevant way. Featuring colorful examples throughout, the book will be of interest to students and researchers of neuroaesthetics and visual perception, as well as all those wanting to discover more about the complex and exciting intersection of art and science. --
Sherman N72.S3 R53 2018
Worldmaking as techné : participatory art, music, and architecture
edited by Mark-David Hosale, Sana Murrani, and Alberto de Campo ; with a foreword by Roy Ascott
[Cambridge, Ontario?] : Riverside Architectural Press, 
"Worldmaking as Techné: Participatory Art, Music, and Architecture attempts to outline a practice that challenges the World and how it could be through a kind of future-making, and/or other world making, by creating alternate realities as artworks that are simultaneously ontological propositions. In simplified terms the concept of techné is concerned with the art and craft of making. In particular a kind of practice that embodies the enactment of theoretical approach that helps determine the significance of the work, how it was made, and why. By positioning worldmaking as a kind of techné, we seek to create a discourse of art making as an enframing of the world that results in the expression of ontological propositions through the creation of art-worlds."--
Sherman N7433.915 .W67 2018
Hands on : Locati Architects
foreword: Jonathan Foote ; introduction: Jerry Locati ; writer: Seabring Davis ; illustrator: Rob Petrie
[Novato, Calif?] : Oro Editions, 
Locati Architects & Interiors was founded in 1989 by its principal, Jerry Locati, in Bozeman, Montana. With the belief that quality architectural design improves lives and brings people together, each project is an opportunity to create a gathering place, a community gateway and a connection to the landscape. With decades of experience in designing high-end residential, commercial, and resort architecture, and incorporating innovative products with classic style, Locati aspires to deliver architecture as a connective art form. The result is a body of work that is more than wood, stone, glass, and metal, more than a collection of structures. Locati buildings are a means of connecting people to place. With the intention that every building should enhance the personal experience of the landscape, Locati Architects designs dream homes throughout the Western United States, homes that bring both detail and definition to the natural world.
Sherman Folio NA737.L62 A4 2018
Ideal homes, 1918-39 : domestic design and suburban modernism
Ryan, Deborah S., author
Manchester : Manchester University Press, 2018
1. The interwar house: ideal homes and domestic design -- 2. Suburban: class, gender and home ownership -- 3. Modernisms: 'good design' and 'bad design' -- 4. Efficiency: labour-saving and the professional housewife -- 5. Nostalgia: the Tudorbethan semi and the detritus of Empire -- 6. Afterword: modernising the interwar ideal home.
This book focuses on the housebuilding boom of the interwar years, when Britain became a nation of homeowners. It investigates the ways in which ordinary people expressed new class and gender identities through the design, architecture and decoration of interwar homes then and now. It argues that these 'ideal' homes combine nostalgia for the past and longing for the future resulting in a new specifically suburban modernism.
Sherman NK2043 .R93 2018
Imminent commons : the expanded city
edited by Alejandro Zaera-Polo and Jeffrey S. Anderson ; Seoul Biennale of Architecture and Urbanism 2017
Seoul : Seoul Biennale of Architecture and Urbanism, 
"As the second book of the Seoul Biennale of Architecture and Urbanism 2017, it presents contemporary urbanism thoughts on nine imminent commons, which engage collective ecological and technological resources relevant to all cities and even extra-urban territories. Recent years have seen greatly increased political opposition between urban and rural areas, bordering on crisis. In order to avoid further aggravating this urban/rural polarization, we need to cultivate a discourse on urbanism that focuses on the interdependencies between cities and the greater ecologies of resources, technologies, and natural processes in which they are situated. The way we think about cities needs to expand significantly to incorporate their effects on global natural cycles, how they metabolize resources from rural areas, and their impact on both local and regional economies"--Provided by publisher.
Sherman NA9016.K6 I56 2017
Victorian summer : the historic houses of Belle Haven Park, Greenwich, Connecticut
Bernard, Matthew L., author
Novato : ORO Editions, 
Mayo Avenue (The Heights) -- Otter Rock Drive -- The Public Ground -- Harbor Drive -- Glenwood Drive -- Field Point Drive -- Bush Avenue (Poverty Row) -- Meadow Wood Drive -- Walsh Lane (Day Road) -- Quarry Farm.
Sherman NA7238.G7 B476 2018
Allan Kaprow : Malerei 1946-1957, eine Werkschau = Allan Kaprow : painting 1946-1957, a survey
Kaprow, Allan, artist
Köln : Snoeck Verlagsgesellschaft mbH, 
Allan Kaprow (1927-2006) founded the art form of the happening at the end of the 1950s. His environments are considered as milestones in recent art history. However, he began his artistic career as a painter. This publication focuses for the first time on the paintings created between 1946 and 1957. The pictorial spaces are burst open. In the rhythmically charged works, particularly in the action collages, the canvas becomes a combat zone. In hindsight, it seems clear that the happenings and environments were only a step away...
Sherman ND237.K228 A4 2017
Innovative apartment buildings : new directions in sustainable design
Friedman, Avi, 1952-
Stuttgart : Edition Axel Menges, 
Current design of apartment buildings is facing challenges of philosophy and form. Past approaches no longer sustain new demands and require innovative thinking. The need for a new outlook is propelled by fundamental changes that touch upon environmental, economic, cultural and social aspects that led to the writing of this book. The depletion of non-renewable natural resources and climate change are a few of the environmental challenges that prompted designers to reconsider conceptual approaches in favour of ones that promote a better suitability between buildings and their environments.
Sherman NA7860 .F75 2017
The competition grid : experimenting with & within architecture competitions
edited by Maria Theodorou, Antigoni Katsakou
London : RIBA Publishing, 
The Competition Grid: Experimenting With and Within Architecture Competitions' is a comprehensive review of architectural competitions. Each section features international research overviews as well as lively discussions with experts that draw on first-hand experience of the competition process.
Sherman NA2335 .C66 2018
Modigliani, Amedeo, 1884-1920, artist
New York, NY : Skira Rizzoli Publications, Inc., 2017
Modigliani & modernity / Nancy Ireson, Simonetta Fraquelli & Annette King -- Modigliani & Paris / Sophie Krebs -- Modigliani & the Salon d'automne, 1912 / Cathy Corbett -- Modigliani & the Age of Cinema / Emma Lewis -- Modigliani & his poetic influences / Vincent Gille -- Modigliani's modern women / Nancy Ireson -- Modigliani & the impact of the midi / Simonetta Fraquelli -- Modigliani's inner circule / Kenneth Wayne -- Chonology / Marian Cousijn.
This definitive monograph on Modigliani incorporates new research into one of the most comprehensive surveys ever published on the seminal twentieth-century artist. Amedeo Modigliani (1884-1920) is one of the most important artists of the early twentieth century. This ambitious volume includes 150 works from throughout Modigliani's tragically brief yet formative career, from the artist's celebrated erotic nudes and iconic, elongated figures to his lesser-known treasures. Accompanying one of the largest exhibitions of Modigliani's paintings, sculptures, and drawings ever shown in Europe, this comprehensive catalogue contextualizes the modernist master alongside works by his peers, such as Cézanne, Brancusi, and Picasso.
Sherman N6923.M55 A4 2017
Charles I : King and collector
exhibition curators, Per Rumberg, Desmond Shawe-Taylor ; assisted by Lucy Chiswell, Niko Munz
London : Royal Academy of Arts, 
During his reign, King Charles I (1600-1649) assembled one of Europe's most extraordinary art collections. Indeed, by the time of his death, it contained some 2,000 paintings and sculptures. 'Charles I: King and Collector' explores the origins of the collection, the way it was assembled and what it came to represent. Authoritative essays provide a revealing historical context for the formation of the King's taste. They analyse key areas of the collection, such as the Italian Renaissance, and how the paintings that Charles collected influenced the contemporary artists he commissioned. Following Charles's execution, his collection was sold. This book, which accompanies the exhibition, reunites its most important works in sumptuous detail. Featuring paintings by such masters as Van Dyck, Rubens and Raphael, this striking publication offers a unique insight into this fabled collection.
Sherman N5247.C48 C43 2018
Tara Donovan : Compositions
Donovan, Tara, 1969- artist
[New York] : Pace Gallery, 
Tara Donovan (b. 1969, New York) creates sculpture, drawings, prints, and large-scale installations that transform the banality of everyday objects into the extraordinary. Known for her commitment to process, she has earned acclaim for her ability to discover the inherent physical characteristics of an object and for her exploration into the nature of accumulation. Pace Gallery is pleased to present Tara Donovan, an exhibition featuring the artist's newest series, Compositions (Cards). Extending upon the artist's core interest in investigating aggregative procedures using a singular material, the new series is comprised of wall-mounted framed works in various sizes that explore stratification as both a sculptural technique and a means to construct a two-dimensional picture plane.
Sherman N6537.D586 A4 2017
Max Lamb : exercises in seating
Zoë Ryan and Max Lamb ; with Ryan Gander
Chicago, Illinois : The Art Institute of Chicago, 
Works and images / Max Lamb -- Max Lamb : serial producer / Zoë Ryan -- A conversation / Ryan Gander and Max Lamb.
"One of the most exciting designers working today, Max Lamb (b. 1980) has received international acclaim for his innovative experiments with materials, craft, and technology. Drawn to the form of the chair and its relationship to the human body, Lamb has explored many different inventive outcomes in his ever-evolving Exercises in Seating project. This book investigates over a decade of creative practice with a focus on his interest in seating--from stone thrones to wood chairs and enameled-steel stools. In Lamb's own words, "A seat is very simple in function, but very complex in the many different characters, forms, and ideas it can express." Both retrospective and forward looking, this volume--created in collaboration with the artist--is the most thorough investigation of Lamb's work to date and features an exclusive interview with noted artist Ryan Gander in which the designer discusses his creative processes and goals"--
Sherman NK1447.6.L36 A64 2018
Set in stone : lithography in Paris, 1815-1900
Giviskos, Christine, author
New Brunswick, New Jersey : Zimmerli Art Museum, Rutgers University, 
Known for its collection of French prints and posters, the Zimmerli Art Museum at Rutgers University has rich holdings of lithographs made over the course of the 1800s, including examples from lithography?s early years in Paris to iconic color posters from the 1890s. Invented around 1796, lithography introduced a new process and new opportunities for the creation and circulation of printed images. Artists, printers, and publishers embraced the new medium for its relative ease and economic advantages as compared with the established printmaking media of woodcut, engraving, and etching. Taking root in Paris around 1815 after the fall of Napoleon?s empire, the art and industry of lithography grew in tandem with the city, as it became Europe?s artistic and urban capital over the course of the nineteenth century. Lithographs played a distinct role in both documenting and advancing (and often satirizing) the various and competing art movements of the period as publishers responded to the unprecedented demand for printed images of all types.00Exhibition: Zimmerli Art Museum/Rutgers University, New Brunswick, USA (20.1. - 29.7.2018).
Sherman NE2349.4.P37 G58 2018
Leonardo da Vinci and The Virgin of the Rocks : one painter, two virgins, twenty-five years
Blatt, Katy, author
Newcastle upon Tyne, UK : Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2018
This is the first book dedicated to Leonardo da Vinci's commission for 'The Virgin of the Rocks.' Leonardo completed fewer than 20 paintings in his lifetime, yet he returned twice to this same mysterious subject over the course of a 25 year period. Identical in terms of iconography, stylistically these paintings are worlds apart. The first, of c.1482-4, was Leonardo's magnum opus, catapulting the young artist from obscurity to fame. When, in 1508, he finished the second painting, he was nearing the end of his artistic career and had become an international celebrity. Why did he revisit 'The Virgin of the Rocks?' What was the meaning behind the cavernous subterranean landscape? What lies behind the colder monumentality of the second version?
Sherman ND623.L5 A793 2018
edited by Nick Aikens
Eindhoven : Van Abbemuseum, 
Spanning 60 years, this publication surveys the art, editing and curating activities of London-based, Pakistani-born artist Rasheed Araeen (born 1935) for the first time, presenting an expansive artistic practice that has had a profound influence on generations of artists, writers and thinkers. Whether as a pioneer of Minimalist sculpture, a publisher of magazines at the forefront of postcolonial thinking like Third Text (founded 1987) or as an abstract painter drawing inspiration from the art of the Abbasid period, Araeen has consistently sought to realign the understanding of Modernism imposed by the hegemonic discourses of the West.0Bringing together newly commissioned essays by leading art critics and historians, documentation from the artist?s archive as well as an extensive survey of Araeen?s work, this publication offers the opportunity?long overdue?to assess Araeen?s impact as an artist and thinker.
Sherman N7310.73.A73 A4 2017
Artemisia Gentileschi in a changing light
edited by Sheila Barker
Turnhout : Harvey Miller Publishers, 
"Raised to the status of an international luminary by her contemporaries and now revered as one of the defining talents of the seventeenth century, Artemisia Gentileschi poses urgent questions for today's scholars. The recent outpouring of new attributions and archival discoveries has profoundly enriched our knowledge of the artist, but it has also complicated, and somewhat contradicted, the former storyline. If she was illiterate and unschooled, how did she befriend Galileo and playwrights Jacopo Cicognini and Michelangelo Buonarroti il Giovane? If she could not pay her bills, why did she continue to spend lavishly on clothing and domestic servants? How do we identify new autograph works if experts still disagree about the chronology and contours of her oeuvre? In these eleven essays, an international assembly of experts grapples with these problems, opening new paths of inquiry and laying bare their methodologies in fields as diverse as laboratory analysis, economic and cultural history, literary analysis, and feminist art history. Among these approaches, connoisseurship takes center stage. By reconstructing the chronology and rationale of Artemisia's artistic progression, connoissership reveals the intricacy of her visual dialogues with prominent contemporaries like Caravaggio, Annibale Caracci, Simon Vouet and Stanzione, and with past artistic giants like Donatello and Michelangelo. These essays infuse our understanding of Artemisia with complexity and nuance, yet they also confirm the characteristic mix of intelligence and verve that marked her art, her correspondence, and her deft social maneuvering runnling like a thread through all stages of her fascinating life"--Jacket.
Sherman ND623.G366 A78 2017
Schenau (1737-1806) : Monografie und Werkverzeichnis der Gemälde, Handzeichnungen und Druckgrafik von Johann Eleazar Zeißig, gen. Schenau
Fröhlich-Schauseil, Anke, 1968- author
Petersberg : Michael Imhof Verlag, 
Das Werk des Malers Johann Eleazar Zeißig, gen. Schenau (1737-1806), erhielt lange Zeit auch von der Kunstgeschichte nur wenig Aufmerksamkeit; dabei war er mit seinem in Frankreich entwickelten, empfindsamen Rokokostil zu Lebzeiten in Deutschland und darüber hinaus bekannt und berühmt. In Sachsen hatte er als Direktor der Dresdner Kunstakademie sowie als Leiter der Zeichenschule der Porzellanmanufaktur in Meißen eine einflussreiche Stellung inne. Sein Oeuvre umfasst Gemälde, Radierungen sowie zahlreiche Zeichnungen und Aquarelle. Hinzu kommt eine große Zahl von französischen und deutschen Kupferstichen nach Werken von seiner Hand, die im vorliegenden Band in Wort und Bild vorgestellt werden.
Sherman N6888.S3346 A4 2018
Treasures of stone uncovered : buddhist sculptures from the Northern Qi = 發現石頭寶藏 : 北齊佛像雕塑 / Saskia van Veen ; appendix by Carlos M. Roos, Saskia van Veen ; translation to Mandarin, 李漫
Veen, Saskia van
Antwerp : Pandora Publishers, 
"Hereto unknown statues of great significance to the art world will be revealed in this publication, their aesthetical features thoroughly analysed. Quite exceptionally, it also encompasses a full chapter explaining the scientific methodology that was employed to authenticate the objects. The goal of this publication is, on the one hand, to let the artworks capture the gaze of the reader with their splendor and refinement, and on the other, to increase the knowledge and understanding of the underexposed Buddhist art of the Northern Qi"--Back cover.
Sherman NB1043.24 .V44 2017
editor, Christian Bendayán ; entrevistas, Giuliana Vidarte, Christian Bendayán
Lima : Amazonia + Arte, 2017
Amazonistas: artes visuales sobre la Amazonía Peruana en el siglo XXI / Christian Bendayán -- Elena Valera -- Armando Williams -- Nancy Larosa -- Musuk Nolte -- Kylla Piqueras -- Remberya Huarcani -- Eduardo Hirose -- Graciela Arias -- Francesco Mariotti -- Adrián Portugal -- Natalia Revilla -- Antonio Garcia -- Enrique Casanto -- Ana Cecilia González-Vigil -- Javier Silva-Meinel -- Morfi Jiménez -- Lastenia Canayo -- Rodrigo Rodrich -- Silvana Pestana -- Roberto Huarcaya -- Diana Riesco-Lind Harry Chávez -- Thomas Locke Hobbs -- Amazonistas: Visual Arts on the Peruvian Amazon in the XXI century / Christian Bendayán.
Christian Bendayán (Peru 1973) is a legend on the contemporary Peruvian art scene. Born in the jungle city of Iquitos, he is the founder of the current Amazonistas movement (numbering over 200 artists). The book comprises the work, testimonies and reflections of 23 amazonista artists, interviewed by Bendayan and author Giuliana Vidarte. "Never before the Amazon has been represented so strongly in the artistic production of the country. If I'm not mistaken, about half of the Peruvian artists have joined the Amazon imagery and its productionʺ. Thus, unlike the current indigenous movement that marked the Peruvian culture at the beginning of the 1930œs, the amazonismoʺ movement does not intend to stay in a Peruvian Pre-Hispanic heritage celebration nor is a visual reinterpretation of the intellectual, artistic elites of diverse origins. "We are not talking about the past, but the future. We take into account the value of the Amazon as a gigantic nature reserve, a reserve of knowledge and wisdom.ʺ Participating artists include Colombian artists in the Amazons and adopted foreigners.
Sherman Oversize N6715.6 .A43 2017
French colonial Dakar : the morphogenesis of an African regional capital
Bigon, Liora, 1974- author
Manchester : Manchester University Press, 2016
Introduction: French colonial Dakar: the morphogenesis of an African regional capital -- Planting the flag and military planning in imperial Dakar: asymmetries, uncertainties, illusions -- Street naming, infectious diseases and planning in early colonial Dakar: segregationist insights -- The quest for architectural style for French West Africa: invented traditions and ideologies in colonial Dakar -- Afterword: Dakar's 'old city' and beyond.
Sherman NA1599.S42 D35 2016
Las conferencias de México, 1938
Breton, André, author
Ciudad de México : Éditions Gallimard, 2015
El lugar y la fórmula / Jaime Moreno Villarreal -- Cambiar la vista -- Apunte sobre el cine -- Presentación de un perro andaluz -- Las transformaciones modernas del arte y el surealismo -- La obra de arte y el pensamiento filosófico -- Trayectoria del surrealismo -- Perspectivas del surealismo -- Lectura de poemas en la Asociación Mexique-France -- Notas -- Imágenes.
Baker Berry NX456.5.S8 B74 2015
Basquiat : boom for real
edited by Dieter Buchhart and Eleanor Nairne, with Lotte Johnson
London : Prestel, 2017
Boom, boom, boom for real / Dieter Buchhart -- The performance of Jean-Michel Basquiat / Eleanor Nairne -- Samo©. The shadows / Christian Campbell -- New York / New Wave. Exhibitionism / Carlo McCormick -- The scene. Samo©'s New York / Glenn O'Brien -- Jazz. Basquiat, Bird, beat and bop / Francesco Martinelli -- Encyclopaedia. Basquiat's books / Eleanor Nairne -- The screen. Screens, stereotypes, subjects / Jordana Moore Saggese -- Interview between Jean-Michel Basquiat, Geoff Dunlop and Sandy Nairne -- Chronology / Lotte Johnson.
Basquiat first came to prominence when he collaborated with Al Diaz to spray-paint enigmatic statements under the pseudonym SAMO©. He went on to work on collages, Xerox art, postcards, performances, and music before establishing his reputation as one of the most important painters of his generation. Accompanying a major exhibition at the Barbican Art Gallery, this book opens with introductory essays from the curators, which place his practice in a wider art historical context and look at his career through the lens of performance. This insightful new survey also features extended captions, rare archival material, and extensive photography, demonstrating how Basquiat's legacy remains more powerful and relevant than ever today.
Sherman N6537.B233 A4 2017
Faces of China : portrait painting of the Ming and Qing dynasties (1368-1912)
for the Museum für Asiatische Kunst, Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, edited by Klaas Ruitenbeek ; with contributions by Annette Bügener and eight others ; English translation, Bernd Weiss, in collaboration with Fiona Sangster and John Sykes
Petersberg : Michael Imhof Verlag, 
Sherman ND1326 .F33 2017
Fornas / portes i flèxums
Fornas, Jordi, 1927-2011, artist
[Barcelona] : Fundació Vila Casas, 
Sherman ND813.F67 A4 2015
Akram Zaatari : time capsule, Kassel : 24/25.05.2012
Zaʻatarī, Akram, artist
[Milan, Italy] : Mousse Publishing, 
Sherman N7276.8.Z33 A4 2013
After reasonable research
Maher, Miranda, artist
Brooklyn, New York : Horse in a Storm Press, 2016
Lists all open and declared armed hostile conflicts that have taken place between the year 1 and the year 2015.
Sherman Special N7433.4.M234 A74 2016
Willi Baumeister, 1889-1955 : creator from the unknown
Pedde, Brigitte, author
[Berlin] : published by Epubli GmbH, 
"Willi Baumeister (1889-1955) is one of Modernism's most significant artist. A central theme in his work was the search for universal reference points and the sources of artistic creation: Creativity as a never-ending process of discovery. As a painter and art professor, Baumeister campaigned for open artistic exchange. With the present volume, the Willi Baumeister Stiftung is striking out in a new direction. For the first time ever, an introduction to the work of a seminal artist of the modern age is freely available on the Internet as a high-quality open access art book"--Back cover.
Sherman N6888.B382 A4 2014
Mia Westerlund Roosen : artist-in-residence, winter 2016 : January 12-March 13, 2016, Jaffe-Friede Gallery, Hopkins Center for the Arts, Dartmouth College
Roosen, Mia Westerlund, 1942- artist
Hanover, New Hampshire : Dartmouth College, 
Sherman N6537.R577 A4 2016
La rivoluzione russa : l'arte da Djagilev all'Astrattismo, 1898-1922
a cura di Silvia Burini e Giuseppe Barbieri
Crocetta del Montello : Antiga edizioni, 
Esplosioni e cesure: le rivoluzioni russe da Djagilev all'URSS / Silvia Burini -- Catalogo delle opere -- 1898-Il "Mondro dell'arte" / Patrizia Deotto -- 1905-La musica del colore e della linea / John E. Bowlt -- Il 1910 tra neoprimitivismo e cézannismo / Alessia Cavallaro -- 1913: Ma voi potreste? Alla vigilia di grandiosi eventi / Faina Balachovskaja -- Russia 1917.Una rivoluzione da dimenticare? / Aldo Ferrari -- 1922-Il contesto rivoluzionario: "Liberi tutti"! / Nicoletta Misler -- Far vedere la storia.Le installazioni multimediali -- La rivoluzione come "momento esplosivo": storia dell'arte, semiotica e nuove tecnologie / Giuseppe Barbieri
Sherman N7425.55 .R586 2017
Eija-Liisa Ahtila : ecologías del drama
textos, Mieke Bal, Hanna Johansson
[Barcelona] : Fundación Gas Natural Fenosa, 
Sherman N7433.85.E453 A4 2017
Kounellis : impronte
Kounellis, Jannis, 1936-2017, artist
Pistoia : Gli ori, 
Sherman NE658.K68 A4 2017
Music, Zoran Antonio, 1909-2005, artist
Cinisello Balsamo, Milano : Silvana editoriale, 
Sherman ND623.M94 A4 2017
The European fortune of the Roman Veronica in the Middle Ages
edited by Amanda Murphy, Herbert L. Kessler, Marco Petoletti, Eamon Duffy, Guido Milanese
Brno : Masarykova univerzita, 2017
Sherman N8050 .E88 2017
Le creature di pietra di Leone Lodi : viaggio nell'Italia della scultura
Gatti, Chiara, author
Milano, Italia : Officina libraria, novembre 2017
Sherman NB623.L734 G382 2017
Riflessioni : Rosemarie Trockel e le collezioni torinesi = Reflections : Rosemarie Trockel and works from Turin collections
Trockel, Rosemarie, 1952- artist
Mantova : Corraini edizioni, 
Reflections links a selection of works from Turin art museums to the oeuvre of German artist Rosemarie Trockel. The artworks were chosen by the artist together with curator Paolo Colombo, allowing an entirely new itinerary to unfold that stems from two motifs important to her own body of work: the portrait and ceramics. With allusions to 'high' and 'low' culture, Trockel reflects upon the human condition, as well as the artist's role in a complex and multi-layered social representation of the individual. This catalogue accompanies a presentation of works at the Pinacoteca Agnelli gallery in Turin. With texts by Lisa Zeiger, Roger Cook, and Paolo Colombo.00Exhibition: Pinacoteca Agnelli, Turin, Italy 04.11.2016 - 26.02.2017).
Sherman N6888.T685 A4 2017
Paintings I : percorsi nella pittura contemporanea da una collezione privata
a cura di Chiara Casarin ; testi di Chiara Casarin, Alessandro Riva, Camillo Langone, Emanuele Beluffi
[Treviso] : Zel edizioni, 
Sherman ND618.6 .P35 2017
Francesco Trombadori : l'essenziale verità delle cose
Trombadori, Francesco, 1886-1961, artist
[Falciano] : Maretti editore, 
Questioni di pittura / Giovanna Caterina de Feo -- Il paesaggio come teatro / Duccio Trombadori -- Note a margine, Trombardori e la grafica applicata / Gloria Raimondi -- Il lirismo purista di Francesco Trombadori, un pittore prestato alla critica d'arte / Arianna Angelelli -- Catalogo -- Disegni.
È una considerazione di Francesco Trombadori che, chiarendone le aspirazioni e il coerente percorso pittorico, ha ispirato il titolo di questa mostra antologica di largo respiro, un'occasione per raccontare il rapporto del pittore con i luoghi di Roma che amò e dipinse, scegliendoli come patria elettiva sin dai primi anni del Novecento. Alla Galleria d'Arte Moderna di Roma, dal 13 ottobre 2017 all'11 febbraio 2018, sono esposte sessanta tele, dipinte tra il 1915 e il 1961, provenienti da importanti collezioni pubbliche e private di tutta Italia, venticinque disegni, libri, cataloghi di mostre e articoli di giornale provenienti dall'Archivio dell'artista, custodito nel suo studio a Villa Strohl-Fern. La mostra, promossa da Roma Capitale, Assessorato alla Crescita culturale - Sovrintendenza Capitolina ai Beni Culturali, è a cura di Giovanna Caterina De Feo dell'Associazione Amici di Villa Strohl-Fern e della Sovrintendenza Capitolina. Organizzazione di Zètema Progetto Cultura. Catalogo Maretti Editore.0Pur non essendo romano di nascita, per Francesco Trombadori la capitale è fonte di ispirazione per molti dipinti, ma soprattutto luogo di aggregazione in cui insieme a scrittori, critici ed artisti partecipare all'intenso dibattito artistico e culturale, dando impulso alla creazione di mostre d'arte e a riviste d'arte e di cultura. Il pittore prende parte attiva al dibattito artistico nazionale sin dagli esordi nel vivace ambiente della cosiddetta Terza Saletta del Caffè Aragno, nel primo decennio del XX secolo, dove l'artista si avvicina al formativo ambiente de "Il Convito", la rivista d'arte e letteratura fondata da Adolfo De Bosis con Gabriele d'Annunzio e Angelo Conti. Exhibition: Galleria d'Arte Moderna, Rome, Italy (13.10.2017- 11.02.2018). = It is a consideration of Francesco Trombadori who, clarifying the aspirations and the coherent pictorial path, inspired the title of this broad anthological exhibition, an opportunity to recount the painter's relationship with the places of Rome he loved and painted, choosing them as Elective homeland since the early twentieth century. At the Gallery of Modern Art in Rome, from 13 October 2017 to 11 February 2018, sixty paintings, painted between 1915 and 1961, are exhibited, coming from important public and private collections of all Italy, twenty-five drawings, books, exhibition catalogs and newspaper articles from the artist's archive, kept in his studio at Villa Strohl-Fern. The exhibition, promoted by Roma Capitale, Department of Cultural Growth - Capitoline Superintendency for Cultural Heritage, is curated by Giovanna Caterina De Feo of the Amici Association of Villa Strohl-Fern and of the Capitoline Superintendency. Organization of Zètema Progetto Cultura. Catalog Maretti Editore. Pur is not Roman by birth, for Francesco Trombadori the capital is a source of inspiration for many paintings, but above all a place of aggregation in which together with writers, critics and artists participate in the intense artistic and cultural debate, giving impetus to the creation of art exhibitions and art and culture magazines. The painter took an active part in the national artistic debate from the beginning in the lively environment of the so-called Third Coffee Room of the Aragno Coffee, in the first decade of the twentieth century, where the artist approaches the environment formative of "Il Convito", the art magazine and literature founded by Adolfo De Bosis with Gabriele d'Annunzio and Angelo Conti. Exhibition: Gallery of Modern Art, Rome, Italy (13.10.2017 - 11.02.2018).
Sherman ND623.T94 A4 2017
Arte, revancha y propaganda : la instrumentalización franquista del patrimonio durante la Segunda Guerra Mundial
Colorado Castellary, Arturo, 1950- author
Madrid : Ediciones Cátedra, 2018
Introducción -- Agradecimientos -- Índice de los fondos documentales y siglas utilizadas -- La hora del "Rescate": 1939-1940 -- La hora de las reparaciones históricas: 1940 -- La hora de la tentación Nazi: 1940-1941 -- La hora de la revancha: 1941 -- La hora de la búsqueda sin tino: 1941-1944 -- La hora de buscar el perdón: 1944-1945 -- Epílogo -- Conclusiones.
Sherman N72.P6 C65 2018
José Luis Castillejo y la escritura moderna
Castillejo, José Luis
Heras (Cantabria, España) : Heras : Ediciones La Bahía, La Bahía, c2018. 2018
Sherman N7113.C3499 A4 2018
Inventing the opera house : theater architecture in Renaissance and Baroque Italy
Johnson, Eugene J., 1937- author
New York, NY : Cambridge University Press, 2018
Ferrara and Mantua, 1486-1519 -- Rome 1480's-1520 -- Early theaters in Venice and the Veneto -- Sixteenth century Florence, with excursions to Venice, Lyon and Siena -- Early permanent theaters and the commedia dell'arte -- Theaters in the ancient manner and Andrea Palladio -- Drama-tourney theaters -- Ferrara, Parma, Pesaro, and theaters of Giovanni Battista Aleotti -- Seventeenth century theaters in Venice: the invention of the opera house -- Seventeenth century theaters for comedy and opera -- Teatro di Tordinona in Rome, Queen Christina of Sweden, and Carlo Fontana.
In this book, Eugene Johnson traces the invention of the opera house, a building type of world-wide importance. Italy laid the foundation theatre buildings in the West, in architectural spaces invented for the commedia dell'arte in the sixteenth century, and theatres built to present the new art form of opera in the seventeenth. Rulers lavished enormous funds on these structures. Often they were among the most expensive artistic undertakings of a given prince. They were part of an upsurge of theatrical invention in the performing arts. At the same time, the productions that took place within the opera house could threaten the social order, to the point where rulers would raze them. Johnson reconstructs the history of the opera house by bringing together evidence from a variety of disciplines, including music, art, theatre, and politics. Writing in an engaging manner, he sets the history of the opera house within its broader early modern social context.
Sherman NA6840.I7 J64 2018
Unnamable : the ends of Asian American art
Min, Susette S., author
New York : New York University Press, 
Introduction: lingering thoughts on the last Asian American exhibition in the whole entire world -- Unnamable encounters: a phantom history of multicultural and Asian American art exhibitions, 1990-2008 -- Formal actions: reevaluating the "cultural work" of Tehching Hiseh, Byron Kim, and Simon Leung -- Gleaning the art practices of Simon Leung and Mary Lum -- The vanishing acts of Nikki S. Lee and Tehching Hsieh.
Sherman N6538.A83 M56 2018
Baron Yoshimoto, author
Washington, D.C. : Big Planet Comics, 
A collection of some of the best stories by Baron Yoshimoto, one of the seminal Japanese manga artists who helped develop the graphic novel form in the 1960s and 1970s by targeting an older audience with scintillating and exquisitely drawn stories.
Sherman NC1709.B37 T76 2018
Flying too close to the sun : myths in art from classical to contemporary
commissioned and edited by Diane Fortenberry and Rebecca Morrill
London : Phaidon Press Limited, 2018
The first major survey to reveal the ways in which Classical mythology has inspired art throughout the last 2,500 years. From the films of Woody Allen and the Coen Brothers to Margaret Atwood's books and Arcade Fire's songs, Classical Greek and Roman myths continue to be a source of cultural inspiration. The struggles of heroes, both triumphant and tragic, with gods, monsters, and fate, exert a particular grip on our imagination. Visual artists have long expressed and reworked these foundational stories. This is the first book to unite myth-inspired artworks by ancient, modern, and contemporary artists, from Botticelli and Caravaggio to Jeff Koons and Damien Hirst.
Sherman N7760 .F595 2018
Les lions en pierre sculptée les Bakhtiari : description et significations de sculptures zoomorphes dans une société tribale du sud-ouest de l'Iran
Khosronejad, Pedram, author
Canon Pyon : Sean Kingston Publishing, 2013
Sherman NB1880.I7 K46 2013
Die Kunstkammer der Herzöge von Württemberg : Bestand, Geschichte, Kontext
Stuttgart : Landesmuseum Württemberg, 
"Wie viele Fürsten legten auch die Herzöge von Württemberg im ausgehenden 16. Jahrhundert eine Kunst- und Wunderkammer an. Neben kostbaren kunsthandwerklichen Arbeiten umfasste die Sammlung auch Exotica, kuriose Dinge, magische Gegenstände, Bronzen, wissenschaftliche Instrumente, Miniaturen und vieles mehr. Diese dreibändige Publikation stellt die Ergebnisse eines mehrjährigen interdisziplinären Forschungsprojektes zur Kunstkammer in Stuttgart vor: Durch die Zuordnung der erhaltenen Objekte zu den in den Archiven erhaltenen Inventaren konnten der jeweilige Eingang in die Kunstkammer, sowie die sich im Laufe der Zeit wandelnden Schwerpunkte der Sammlung rekonstruiert und deren Geschichte kontextualisiert werden. Über 30 einführende Essays und mehr als 330 Objektbeschreibungen stellen die württembergische Kunstkammer, ihre reichen Bestände und ihre wechselvolle Geschichte in ganzer Breite vor"--Back cover.
Sherman N6883 .K86 2017
Sound states : innovative poetics and acoustical technologies
edited by Adalaide Morris
Chapel Hill : University of North Carolina Press, ©1998
Radio free Joyce : wake language and the experience of radio / James A. Connor -- Sound technologies and the modernist epic : H.D. on the air / Adalaide Morris -- The radio intellectual : specific, general, or just wired? / Toby Miller and Alec McHoul -- Voices out of bodies, bodies out of voices : audiotape and the production of subjectivity / N. Katherine Hayles -- Technologies of presence : orality and the tapevoice of contemporary poetics / Michael Davidson -- The music of verbal space : John Cages's "What you say ..." / Marjorie Perloff -- From phonic to sonic : the emergence of the audio-poem / Steve McCaffery -- Rude bwoys, ridim, rub-a-dub, and rastas ; systems of political dissonance in Caribbean performance sounds / Loretta Collins -- Cante Moro / Nathaniel Mackey -- Sound in florescence : Cecil Taylor in Floating garden / Fred Moten -- Modernism's sonic waiver : literary writing and the filmic difference / Garrett Stewart -- Poetry's voice-over / Jed Rasula.
Baker Berry NX650.S68 S69 1998
Oviloo Tunnillie : a woman's story in stone
Wight, Darlene, author
[Winnipeg, Manitoba] : Winnipeg Art Gallery, 
Acknowledgements -- Foreword / Stephen D. Borys -- A woman's life / Darlene Coward Wight -- A woman's art / Darlene Coward Wight -- Map of the Arctic -- Bibliography -- Selected exhibitions -- Lenders to the exhibition.
Sherman NB249.T85 A4 2016
Tacita Dean : landscape, portrait, still life
Dean, Tacita, 1965- artist
London : National Portrait Gallery, 
Landscape -- Antigone -- Portrait -- Still life.
In 2018, the National Gallery, the National Portrait Gallery and the Royal Academy of Arts will host major exhibitions of the work of Tacita Dean. Each will provide an encounter with the filmmaker's work through a different lens. This book brings together works from all three exhibitions - both new and retrospective - with words by leading novelists and thinkers who provide a unique insight into Dean's chosen genres: landscape, portrait and still-life. Dean first came to the attention of the art world with her 16 mm film The Story of Beard (1992). She was nominated for the Turner Prize in 1998 and has since been a powerful advocate for her medium. Published at a career-defining moment, this book provides a new and authoritative view of a hugely influential filmmaker who has been at the forefront of British art for over twenty years.
Sherman N6797.D445 A6 2018
Forgotten masters : Pieter Pourbus and Bruges painting from 1525 to 1625
edited by Anne van Oosterwijk ; with contributions by Maarten Bassens and twenty-three others
[Ghent] : Snoeck Editions/Publishers, 
Unknown, unloved: this certainly applies to the Bruges-based masters from the sixteenth century. Ambrosius Benson, Lancelot Blondeel, Pieter Pourbus and the Claeissens family are in the shadow of their predecessors, the Flemish primitives, and their contemporaries from Antwerp. Bruges' golden age is over and the market has changed. Inspired by its glorious artistic past, a totally new style arises in Bruges. This book focuses on these forgotten masters. Exhibition: Groeningemuseum, Bruges, Belgium (13.10.2017 - 21.02.2018).
Sherman ND653.P88 A4 2017
Carolee Schneemann : uncollected texts
Schneemann, Carolee, 1939- author
Brooklyn, New York : Primary Information, 
Introduction: Voyages in cloudland / Branden W. Joseph -- Of artists and public (1956) -- Labyrinth (1960) -- Hormones circling (1963) -- Kenneth Anger's Scorpio rising (1964) -- Meat joy notes as prologue (1965) -- Meat joy and the kinetic theater (1965) -- Meat joy notes (1967) -- Aspects of E.A.T. in the making of Snows (1967) -- Divisions and rubble notes (1967) -- Snows (1968) -- Parts of a body house (1968) -- Notations (1958-1966) (1969) -- His (1970) -- Handy reminder to ladies (1970) -- Uber Sexu Alles (ca. 1970) -- A lovely daylife is only how E we are dying (1972) -- A wake for Ken Dewey (1972) -- Dear friends who live in America and communicate with English people (1973) -- In, on, and about my premises. Diary fragments: Death and marriage, a visitation from Paul Blackburn. London, April '71-May'72 (1974) -- I assume the senses crave... (1974) -- Response: Movie journal (1975) -- Instrumentality/Invisibility (1976) -- Dreams from now and again (1976) -- The pronoun tyranny (1976) -- Rain stops after seven days (1976) -- Statement in Contemporary artists (1977) -- The loaves and the fishes (1977) -- American experimental theater: then and now (1977) -- Introduction to "Erotic films by women" (1978) -- Kitch's last meal (1981).
"'Uncollected Texts' draws together a number of Carolee Schneemann's earliest writings - many exceedingly rare and several publishered here for the first time - ranging from letters to the editor to dream journals, film criticism, satirical poems, detailed discussions of her art, and pointed feminist critiques. Dating from the mid-1950s to the early 1980s, the writings gathered in this volume shed light on some of Schneemann's most important artistic achievements, including her most famous 'kinetic theater' piece, 'Meat Joy'; anti-Vietnam War works such as 'Snows'; the multimedia performance 'Up to and Including Her Limits'; and the double-screen film 'Kitch's Last Meal'. Frequently referencing one another, the assembled writings create a densely interwoven tapestry of cross-references that provide unique insights into Schneemann's artistic development while also foregrounding the artist's uniquely poetic style."
Sherman N6537.S3556 A35 2018
吐鲁番壁画佛经故事 / 汤士华编著
Wulumuqi Shi : Xinjiang ke xue ji shu chu ban she, 2015
Baker Berry East Asian ND2850.T86 T36 2015
Kleijn, Gerard de
[Gouda : Museum Gouda, 2018]
Vijf stadsmusea in Nederland maken in de komende jaren gezamenlijk een serie van vier tentoonstellingen. Het betreft het Stedelijk Museum Zutphen, het Westfries Museum in Hoorn, Gemeentemuseum het Hannemahuis in Harlingen, het Markiezenhof in Bergen op Zoom en Museum Gouda. In elke aflevering staat een van de vier elementen centraal: Aarde, Water, Lucht en Vuur. De stadsmusea onderzoeken de identiteit van Nederland met deze vier elementen als invalshoek. In elke aflevering wordt een combinatie gemaakt van veertig kunstwerken uit het bezit van het Rijks, een selectie uit de eigen collectie, een bijdrage van hedendaagse kunstenaars of ontwerpers en een inhoudelijk essay. De tentoonstelling reist langs de vijf musea en wordt telkens regionaal ingekleurd. De titel van de eerste tentoonstelling is "Lage Landen". Deze omvat 40 werken uit het bezit van het Rijks, uit de 17e, 18e en 19e eeuw. Aangevuld met werken uit de collectie van Zutphen, met hetzelfde thema. Tevens is er een bijdrage van AtelierNL uit Eindhoven. De ontwerpers van AtelierNL graven letterlijk in de bodem, op zoek naar de kenmerkende aarde kwaliteiten in de omgeving. En Paul Schnabel levert een essay met als vraagstelling: "Hoe eigenaardig is Nederland?" Exhibition: Stedelijk Museum Zutphen, The Netherlands (27.01.-20.05.2018) / Westfries Museum, Hoorn, The Netherlands (09.06.-30.09.2018) / Gemeentemuseum het Hannemahuis, Harlingen (13.10.2018 - 03.02.2019) / Markiezenhof, Bergen op Zoom, The Netherlands (16.02.-09.06.2019) / Museum Gouda, The Netherlands (23.06.-13.10.2019).
Sherman ND1359 .K54 2018
The art of the Roman Empire AD 100-450
Elsner, Jaś, author
Oxford, United Kingdom : Oxford University Press, 2018
Part I: Images and power. A visual culture ; Art and imperial power -- Part II: Images and society. Art and social life ; Centre and periphery ; Art and death -- Part III: Images and transformation. Art and the past: antiquarian eclecticism ; Art and religion ; The Eurasian context -- Part IV: Epilogue. Art and culture: cost, value, and the discourse of art -- Afterword: Some futures of Christian art.
"The passage from Imperial Rome to the era of late antiquity, when the Roman Empire underwent a religious conversion to Christianity, saw some of the most significant and innovative developments in Western culture. This stimulating book investigates the role of the visual arts, the great diversity of paintings, statues, luxury arts, and masonry, as both reflections and agents of those changes. Elsner's ground-breaking account discusses both Roman and early Christian art in relation to such issues as power, death, society, acculturation, and religion. By examining questions of reception, viewing, and the culture of spectacle alongside the more traditional art-historical themes of imperial patronage and stylistic change, he presents a fresh and challenging interpretation of an extraordinarily rich cultural crucible in which many fundamental developments of later European art had their origins. This second edition includes a new discussion of the Eurasian context of Roman art, an updated bibliography, and new, full colour illustrations."--
Sherman N5760 .E484 2018
edited by Megan Fontanella, Karole P.B. Vail ; with contributions by Valerie J. Fletcher, Catherine Grenier
New York, New York : Guggenheim Museum Publications, 
This comprehensive survey of the work of the Swiss-born modern master Alberto Giacometti offers a fresh and incisive account of his creative output. Published on the occasion of Giacometti's first major museum presentation in the US in over a decade, the volume brings together nearly 200 sculptures, paintings and drawings to trace the artist's wide-ranging and innovative engagement with the human form across various mediums. While Giacometti may be best known for his distinct figurative sculptures that emerged after World War II, including a series of elongated standing women, striding men and expressive busts, this volume devotes equal attention to the artist's early and midcareer development. It explores his lesser-known engagement with Cubism and Surrealism as well as African, Oceanic and Cycladic art, while also highlighting his remarkable talents as a draftsman and painter alongside his sculptural oeuvre. Of particular focus is Giacometti's studio practice, in addition to historical photographs documenting his relationship with the Guggenheim Museum - which hosted the artist's first US museum exhibition, in 1955 - and with New York City. Exhibition: Guggenheim Museum, New York, USA (8.6. - 12.9.2018).
Sherman N6853.G5 A4 2018
The mercantile effect : on art and exchange in the Islamicate world during the 17th and 18th centuries
edited by Sussan Babaie and Melanie Gibson
London : Gingko Library, 2017
"The ten essays in this volume introduce a fascinating array of subjects, each one exploring an aspect of the far-reaching 'mercantile effect' and it's impact across western Asia in the early modern era. In the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries the increased movement of merchants and merchandise from China to Europe brought desirable exotic commodities to new markets but also spread ideas, tastes and technologies across western Asia as never before."--Jacket.
Sherman N6260 .M47 2017
Gender and body language in Roman art
Davies, Glenys, author
New York : Cambridge University Press, 2018
Body language and gender in the Roman world, 1: men -- Body language and gender in the Roman world, 2: women -- The standing nude -- Clothed standing figures of men -- Draped statues of women -- Seated statues -- Men and women together.
"Gender and Body Language in Roman Art Can we reconstruct Roman body language? Was it the same as ours? Does body language express and reinforce gender differences and the relative positions of men and women (dominant/subordinate) in society? Can analysis of the postures and gestures of Roman statues add to our understanding of gender in the Roman world? In this book, Glenys Davies explores these questions. Using studies on body language in modern Western societies, Roman literary sources, as well as her own analysis of statues of Roman men and women in an array of guises - nude, draped, standing, seated and represented together - she offers a nuanced and complex picture of gender relations. Her study shows that gender relations in the notoriously patriarchal society of ancient Rome were not so different from what we experience today. Her book will be of interest to scholars of the classical world, gender history, art history, and body language in its social context. Glenys Davies is Honorary Fellow Honorary Fellow, School of History, Classics and Archaeology at the University of Edinburgh. She has published on a wide range of aspects of Roman art as social history, including Roman funerary art, collections of Roman antiquities, gender, Greek and Roman dress, as well as aspects of the representation of body language in Classical art"--
Sherman NX650.B63 D38 2018
Adrian Piper : a reader
Piper, Adrian, 1948- artist
New York, New York : The Museum of Modern Art, 
"Published for MoMA's retrospective exhibition and in collaboration with the artist, this volume presents new critical essays that expand on Piper's practice in ways that have been previously under- or unaddressed. Focused texts by established and emerging scholars assess themes in Piper's work such as the Kantian framework that draws on her extensive philosophical studies; her unique contribution to first-generation conceptual art; the turning point in her work, in the early 1970s, from conceptual works to performance; the connection of her work with her yoga practice; her ongoing exposure of and challenge to xenophobia and sexism; and the relation between prevailing interpretations of her work and the viewers who engender them"
Sherman N6537.P5 A4 2018b
Köln : Verlag der Buchandlung Walther König, 
STRETCH' is a comprehensive retrospective of work by artist Alexandra Bircken, showing both early and new site-specific pieces. A fundamental parameter of her work is experimentation with materials, with the body as a key point of departure. Her multi-layered, meticulously-constructed sculptures explore skin as covering, as an organ and a cellular structure, but also as a boundary between inside and outside. Materials used in her objects are notable for their strikingly diverse, often contradictory qualities: plaster models, waxes, mannequin fragments and pieces of clothing stand in for body parts; structures packed with wool are used as set pieces and interwoven with one another.00Exhibition: Kunstverein Hannover, Germany (01.10.-27.11.2016) / Städtisches Museum Abteiberg, Mönchengladbach, Germany (26.03.-25.06.2017) / Centre d'art contemporain d'Ivry - Le Crédac, Ivry-sur-Seine, France (08.09.-17.12.2017).
Sherman Oversize N6888.B46344 A4 2017
Artistry in bronze : the Greeks and their legacy : XIX International congress on ancient bronzes
edited by Jens M. Daehner, Kenneth Lapatin, Ambra Spinelli
Los Angeles : The J. Paul Getty Museum and the Getty Conservation Institute, 2017
"The forty-seven papers in this volume derive from the proceedings of the nineteenth International Bronze Congress, held at the Getty Center and Villa in October 2015 in connection with the exhibition Power and Pathos: Bronze Sculpture of the Hellenistic World"--Provided by publisher.
Sherman NK7907 .C64 2017
Automatism and creative acts in the age of new psychology
Austin, Linda Marilyn, author
New York : Cambridge University Press, 2018
Introduction: the nineteenth-century debate over human automatisms -- Part I. Automata-phobia. J.S. Mill: genius-automaton ; Automatic aesthetics and the shame of tourism -- Part II. Technologies of the automatic: process and movement. Photography's automatisms ; Automatic writing and physiologies of creativity ; The automata ballets.
"The late nineteenth century saw a re-examination of artistic creativity in response to questions surrounding the relation between human beings and automata. These questions arose from findings in the "new psychology," physiological research that diminished the primacy of mind and viewed human action as neurological and systemic. Concentrating on British and continental culture from 1870 to 1911, this unusual study explores ways in which idea of automatism helped shaped ballet, art photography, literature, and professional writing. Drawing on documents including novels and travel essays, Linda Austin finds a link between efforts to establish standards of artistic practice and challenges to the idea of human exceptionalism. Austin presents each artistic discipline as an example of the same process: creation that should be intended, but involving actions that evade mental control. This study considers how late nineteenth-century literature and arts tackled the scientific question, 'Are we automata?'"--
Baker Berry NX543 .A97 2018
Architecture and urbanism in the French Atlantic empire : state, church, and society, 1604-1830
Bailey, Gauvin A., author
Kingston : McGill-Queen's University Press, 
"Spanning from the West African coast to the Canadian prairies and south to Louisiana, the Caribbean, and Guiana, France's Atlantic empire was one of the largest political entities in the Western Hemisphere. Yet despite France's status as a nation at the forefront of architecture and the structures and designs from this period that still remain, its colonial building program has never been considered on a hemispheric scale. Drawing from hundreds of plans, drawings, photographic field surveys, and extensive archival sources, Architecture and Urbanism in the French Atlantic Empire focuses on the French state's and the Catholic Church's ideals and motivations for their urban and architectural projects in the Americas. In vibrant detail, Gauvin Alexander Bailey recreates a world that has been largely destroyed by wars, natural disasters, and fires - from Cap-François (now Cap-Haïtien), which once boasted palaces in the styles of Louis XV and formal gardens patterned after Versailles, to failed utopian cities like Kourou in Guiana. Vividly illustrated with examples of grand buildings, churches, and gardens, as well as simple houses and cottages, this volume also brings to life the architects who built these structures, not only French military engineers and white civilian builders, but also the free people of colour and slaves who contributed so much to the tropical colonies. Taking readers on a historical tour through the striking landmarks of the French colonial landscape, Architecture and Urbanism in the French Atlantic Empire presents a sweeping panorama of an entire hemisphere of architecture and its legacy."--
Sherman NA1044 .B35 2018
How to make repeat patterns : a guide for designers, architects and artists
Jackson, Paul, 1956- illustrator
London : Laurence King Publishing, 2018
"This book explains, in simple steps and non-mathematical terminology, how to create repeat patterns in a line, on the plane, as tiles and as Escher-like repeats. The book also shows how to make 'wallpaper repeats', where the elements of the pattern merge into each other, apparently seamlessly. Using letters as the basic elements, the book demonstrates how all repeat pattern-making comes out of four simple operations: translation, rotation, reflection and glide reflection. It will provide the definitive one-stop pattern-making resource for professional designers and students across disciplines, from textiles and fashion to graphic design and architecture."--Provided by publisher.
Sherman NK1570 .J33 2018
Deborah and her sisters : how one nineteenth-century melodrama and a host of celebrated actresses put Judaism on the world stage
Hess, Jonathan M., 1965- author
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania : University of Pennsylvania Press, 
Introduction. Shylock's daughters: philosemitism, theater, and popular culture in the nineteenth century -- 1 Anatomy of a tearjerker: the melodrama of the forsaken Jewess -- 2 Sensationalism, sympathy, and laughter: Deborah and her sisters -- 3 Playing Jewish from Rachel to the divine Sarah: neutral acting and the wonders of impersonation -- 4 Shylock and the Jewish Schiller: Jews, non-Jews, and the making of philosemitism -- Concluding remarks. Jewishness, theatricality, and the lagacy of Deborah.
"Before Fiddler on the Roof, before The Jazz Singer, there was Deborah, a tear-jerking melodrama about a Jewish woman forsaken by her non-Jewish lover. Within a few years of its 1849 debut in Hamburg, the play was seen on stages across Germany and Austria, as well as throughout Europe, the British Empire, and North America. The German-Jewish elite complained that the playwright, Jewish writer S.H. Mosenthal, had written a drama bearing little authentic Jewish content, while literary critics protested that the play lacked the formal coherence of great tragedy. Yet despite its lackluster critical reception, Deborah became a blockbuster, giving millions of theatergoers the pleasures of sympathizing with an exotic Jewish woman. It spawned adaptations with titles from Leah, the Forsaken to Naomi, the Deserted, burlesques, poems, operas in Italian and Czech, musical selections for voice and piano, a British novel fraudulently marketed in the United States as the original basis for the play, three American silent films, and thousands of souvenir photographs of leading actresses from Adelaide Ristori to Sarah Bernhardt in character as Mosenthal's forsaken Jewess"--Front flap.
Baker Berry NX652.J48 H47 2018
La nación y sus espejos : arquitectura, memorias y ciudadanías en la Ciudad de México, 1863-1917
Lizardi Pollock, Jorge L., author
[San Juan, Puerto Rico] : Centro de Estudios Iberoamericanos, Escuela de Arquitectura, Universidad de Puerto Rico, 2014
La ilusión de lo primigenio : el valle y la Ciudad de México -- El "espectáculo de los harapos en la atmósfera de los dioses" : los asedios de la capital -- El orden de la política : espacio público, memoria y poder en la ciudad de México -- La captura imaginaria del México ancestral -- Coda : La helenización de la memoria en piedra.
Sherman NA2543.S6 L59 2014
Hegel's owl : the life of Bernard Smith
Palmer, Sheridan, author
[Sydney, Australia] : Read How You Want, 
"Bernard Smith began life as a ward of the State; he would go on to become the father of Australian art history. In 2008 Smith invited writer and art historian Dr Sheridan Palmer to write his biography. Through years of interviews and exclusive access to Smith's papers and library, Palmer reveals the unique character of an exceptional man"--Back cover.
Sherman N7483.S55 P35 2017
Afghanistan : preserving historic heritage
edited by Philip Jodidio
Munich : Prestel, 
Introduction -- Kabul -- Herat -- Balkh -- Badakhshan -- Community development.
For decades, the Aga Khan Trust for Culture (AKTC) has been working to revitalize the social, cultural, and economic strength of communities in the Muslim world through its Historic Cities Programme. This book documents more than 100 such efforts that have been carried out in Afghanistan since 2002. Each project is illustrated with specially commissioned photographs and detailed descriptions. A powerful testament to the AKTC's commitment to Islamic culture, this book documents the organization's ongoing work to celebrate, restore, and maintain Afghanistan's cultural presence in the modern world.
Sherman NA1492 .A34 2017
New essentialism : material architecture
Borden, Gail Peter, author
[Novato, California] : Applied Research + Design Publishing, and imprint of Oro Editions, Inc., 
Themes : Architecture is everything all at once / Michael Bell -- Contexts / Marlon Blackwell, Tanzil Shafique -- The material inquiry of construction / Lawrence Scarpa -- Quiet material / Tom Kundig -- Iterative forms / Carlos Jimenez -- Spirit of objects / Wendell Burnette -- Open tectonics / Wes Jones -- Figuration / Brian Delford Andrews. Premise: new essentialism. Thresholds and propositions: precedents and inquiries : Re-visioning typology -- Systematized logic + abstract geometry "Temple of Artemis" -- 20 propositions for suburban living -- Experience -- Experience + material + form "Baths of Caracalla" -- [x]perience mechanisms -- Spaceframes -- Formal inquiries into material logics -- Structure + form "Chartres Cathedral" -- Intensity frames -- Conditional application -- Visual composition + geometry "Palazzo Rucellai" -- Tower house -- Fabricating experience through material systems -- Fabrication + assembly "Crystal Palace" -- Light frames -- Density frames -- Furlined. Point - counterpoint: interview. Select additional works. Endnotes and image credits.
New Essentialism: Material Architecture' examines how architecture engages material to create effect through five critical historical thresholds represented by analytical precedents coupled with projective experimental design project families. Unpacking the fundamental methodologies of their geometric, material, spatial, and effectual sensibilities, each threshold builds an examination that reveals the essential methods and processes of design, illustrating the basis for the argument for a 'New Essentialism': its characteristics, methods and the sensibilities that mark its definition.
Sherman NA2750 .B67 2018
Chahār Mahal va Bakhtiāri including the Feridān area : village, workshop & nomadic rugs of western Persia
Stockholm, Sweden : J.P. Willborg, 2002
Sherman NK2809.P4 W55 2002
Viva Roma! : artists and the trip to Rome
edited by Vincent Pomarède ; with contributions by François Blanchetiere and 9 others ; translation and editing, Duncan Brown
Ghent : Snoeck Publishers, 
From the 17th - 20th century, the "voyage to Rome" established itself as a source of infinite inspiration where prevails the connections to Antiquity artworks. The former capital of the Roman Empire exercised a powerful hand of seduction through its monuments such as the Coliseum, its nearby sites (Pompei, Herculaneum) and its art depicting ideal beauty, which was inherited from the Greeks.The exhibition addresses all the singularity of a city of contrasts and pleasures, to the light of the South: its different neighbourhoods, its palaces, galleries, restless life of the population, and even gastronomy which stroke new colours to Art in Europe. This catalogue summarizes through text and image this ambitious exhibition. Exhibition: La Boverie, Liège, Belgium (25.04.-26.08.2018).
Sherman N8214.5.I8 V59 2018
El sueño de Dalí
Hernández, Carlos, 1972-
Barcelona : Norma Editorial, ©2018
Sherman N7113.D3 S84 2018
The politics of parody : a literary history of caricature, 1760-1830
Taylor, David Francis, author
New Haven : Yale University Press, 
An original take on literary history that uses visual satire to explore literature's importance to eighteenth-century political culture The first in-depth analysis of the relationship between literature and visual satire in eighteenth-century Britain, this engaging study explores how the works of Shakespeare, Milton, Swift, and others were taken up by caricaturists as a means of helping the public make sense of political issues, outrages, and personalities. In a fascinating and novel approach to literary history, Taylor explores how great texts, seen through the lens of visual parody, shape how we understand the political world.
Sherman NC1473 .T39 2018
Inszenierung von Identitäten : unteritalische Vasenmalerei zwischen Griechen und Indigenen
Ursula Kästner, Stefan Schmidt (Hrsg.)
[München] : In Kommission beim Verlag C.H. Beck, 
Vorwort -- Unteritalische Vasenmalerei zwischen Griechen und Indigenen / Ursula Kästner, Stefan Schmidt -- Von den rotfiguring bemalten Vasen: griechische Formen und Mythenbilder in den indigenen Kontexten Süditaliens / Valentina Garaffa -- Death is not for me: funerary contexts of warrior chiefs from pre-Roman Apulia / Andrea C. Montanaro -- La ceramica italiota a figure rosse ad Eraclea (ultimo quarto del V - prima metà IV secolo a.C.) / Francesca Silvestrelli -- Trendall and after: some news from the Palermo painter / Martine Denoyelle -- Identity, gender and the Nestoris in Apulian red-figure / Edward Herring -- A vase shape as a marker of identity: a case study from 4th century B.C. in Apulia / T.H. Carpenter -- "Griechen" und "Einheimische" auf rotfigurigen Bildern kampanischer Vasen. Eine zulässige Dichotomie? / Christiane Nowak -- Detecting Dionysos in indigenous contexts: clues in South Italian vase-painting / Keely Elizabeth Heuer -- Vasi con naiskoi tra Taranto e centri italici / Luigi Todisco -- Theatralische Elemente in der apulischen Vasenmalerei. Bescheidene Ergebnisse einer alten Kontroverse / Luca Giuliani -- Theaterbilder im Spannungsfeld zwischen Italioten und Italikern / Lilian Schönheit -- Warriors and acrobats. A case study of late fourth century B.C. Lucanian vases in the collection of the National Museum of Denmark / Stine Schierup -- "Da cento pezzi inutili si restituisce in Napoli il vaso intero": Raffaele Gargiulo e l'Officina di restauro de vasi italo-greci del Real Museo Borbonico in Napoli / Luigia Melillo -- A six year journey: the study and conservation of four Apulian vases from Ceglie del Campo / Marie Svoboda -- The iconographical context of the Cegli vases / David Saunders.
Sherman NK4645 .I57 2018
Judy Glantzman : vigilant on behalf of kindness
Hanover, N.H. : Dartmouth Studio Art, 
Sherman ND237.G52 A4 2018
古代墓葬美术研究. Studies on ancient tomb art. Vol. 4 / 主编巫鸿, 朱青生, 郑岩. 第四辑 =
Changsha Shi : Hunan mei shu chu ban she, 2017
Baker Berry East Asian ND2848 .G8466 2017
Maṇḍalas in the making : the visual culture of esoteric Buddhism at Dunhuang
Wang, Michelle C., author
Boston : Brill, 
The first scholarly monograph on Buddhist mandalas in China, this book examines the Mandala of Eight Great Bodhisattvas. This iconographic template, in which a central Buddha is flanked by eight attendants, flourished during the Tibetan (786-848) and post-Tibetan Guiyijun (848-1036) periods at Dunhuang. A rare motif that appears in only four cave shrines at the Mogao and Yulin sites, the mandala bore associations with political authority and received patronage from local rulers. Attending to the historical and cultural contexts surrounding this iconography, this book demonstrates that transcultural communication over the Silk Routes during this period, and the religious dialogue between the Chinese and Tibetan communities, were defining characteristics of the visual language of Buddhist mandalas at Dunhuang.
Sherman N8193.3.B64 W36 2018
The Cesnola Collection of Cypriot art : ancient glass
Lightfoot, C. S. author
New York : The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 
Cesnola, Glass, and Cyprus -- The scope of the collection -- Other collections of Cypriot glass -- Map of Cyprus -- Pre-classical (cat. 1-3) -- Core-formed (cat. 4-12) -- Cast (Cat. 13-25) -- Mold-blown (Cat. 26-37) -- Blown tableware (Cat. 38-130) -- Blown containers (cat. 131-228) -- Perfume bottles (cat. 229-443) -- Miscellaneous glass (cat. 444-473) -- Glass jewelry (cat. 474-520) -- Conclusions -- Appendix 1: glass from Cyprus formerly in the Charvet Collection -- Appendix 2: Glass from Cyprus formerly in the Gréau collection -- Provenances -- Concordance.
The Cesnola Collection of antiquities from Cyprus preserves the island's artistic traditions from prehistoric through Roman times and represents the first large group of ancient Mediterranean works to enter the museum's collection. This catalogue, which focuses on Cypriot glass, contains over 500 works dating from the Late Bronze Age to the Early Byzantine period (ca. 1500 B.C.-ca. A.D. 625) from one of the most comprehensive collections of Cypriot art in the world. Illustrations of each object are accompanied by a detailed catalogue entry, including references to comparative works. In addition, informed essays make the catalogue a perfect introduction to Cypriot glass and provide a survey of the importance of the collection.
Sherman NK5107 .L543 2017
Lee Lozano : not working
Applin, Jo, author
New Haven, CT : Yale University Press, 2018
This is the first in-depth study of the idiosyncratic ten-year career of Lee Lozano (1930-1999), assuring this important artist a key place in histories of post-war art. The book charts the entirety of Lozano's production in 1960s New York, from her raucous drawings and paintings depicting broken tools, genitalia, and other body parts to the final exhibition of her spectacular series of abstract "Wave Paintings" at the Whitney Museum of American Art in 1970. Highly regarded at the time, Lozano is now perhaps best known for Dropout Piece (1970), a conceptual artwork and dramatic gesture with which she quit the art world. Shortly afterwards she announced she would have no further contact with other women. Her "dropout" and "boycott of women" lasted until her death in 1999, by which time she was all but forgotten. This book tackles head-on the challenges that Lozano poses to art history-and especially to feminist art history-attending to her failures as well as her successes, and arguing that through dead ends and impasses she struggled to forge an alternative mode of living. 'Lee Lozano: Not Working' looks for the means to think about complex figures like Lozano whose radical, politically ambiguous gestures test our assumptions about feminism and the "right way" to live and work.
Sherman N6537.L679 L44 2018
Leopold Braun (1868-1943) : Kunst, Politik, Boheme und die Frage: wozu malt man ein Parlament?
Biefang, Andreas, 1962- author
Düsseldorf : Droste Verlag, 2018
Sherman ND511.5.B724 B54 2018
Pueblos mágicos : variaciones de tradición y modernidad
Eloy Méndez Sainz (coordinador)
Guadalajara, Jalisco : Universidad de Guadalajara, 2016
Sherman NA109.M6 P84 2016
Van Gogh keert terug : De gestolen schilderijen = Van Gogh returns : the stolen paintings
text, Axel Rüger and 4 others
Amsterdam : Van Gogh Museum 
After 14 years two stolen paintings return to the Van Gogh Museum; the art historical value of the paintings for the collection is huge. 'Seascape at Scheveningen' is the only painting in our museum collection dating from Van Gogh's period in The Hague (1881-1883). It is one of the only two seascapes that he painted during his years in the Netherlands and it is a striking example of Van Gogh's early style of painting, already showing his highly individual character. 'Congregation leaving the Reformed Church in Nuenen' is a small canvas that Van Gogh painted for his mother in early 1884. The strong biographical undertones make this a work of great emotional value.
Sherman ND653.G7 A4 2017b
Baldacci, Paolo, author
Firenze : Giunti, 
Sherman ND623.C56 B35 2018
Memories of underdevelopment : art and the decolonial turn in Latin America, 1960-1985
with essays by Julieta González, Sharon Lerner, Jacopo Crivelli Visconti, Andrea Giunta = Memorias del subdesarrollo : arte y el giro descolonial en América Latina, 1960-1985 / con ensayos por Julieta González, Sharon Lerner, Jacopo Crivelli Visconti, Andrea Giunta
San Diego : Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego, 
Introduction and acknowledgments = Introducción y reconocimientos / Kathryn Kanjo -- Memories of underdevelopment : art and the decolonial turn in Latin America, 1960-1985 = Memorias del subdesarrollo : arte y el giro descolonial en América Latina, 1960-1985 / Julieta González -- Shifting the focus : underdevelopment and the "popular" in the Peruvian avant-garde, 1967-1981 = Desplazando el enfoque : el subdesarrollo y lo "popular" en la vanguardia peruana, 1967-1981 / Sharon Lerner -- Momentarily outside : notes on New Poetry and Postal Art in the 1960s and 1970s = El afuera momentáneo : notas sobre la Nueva Poesía y el Arte Postal en las décadas de 1960 y 1970 / Jacopo Crivelli Visconti -- People, mass, multitude = Pueblo, masa, multitud / Andrea Giunta -- Artist biographies = Biografías de los artistas / Anthony Graham.
Memories of Underdevelopment, set within the context of Latin America from the 1960s to the 1980s, explores how Latin American artists responded to the unraveling of the utopian promise of modernization. By the 1960s political oppression and brutal military dictatorships had disabused many of their political and artistic hopes. Artists sought out new ways to connect to the public, with conceptual and performance strategies emerging as productive alternatives to older styles, particularly geometric abstraction. This is the first significant survey of these crucial decades, bringing together the work of artists from throughout Latin America, including both artists that are well known in the US, such as Hélio Oiticica and Lygia Pape, as well as lesser-known names.
Sherman N6502.5 .M46 2018
Tatsuo Miyajima : connect with everything
editor, Rachel Kent ; authors, Mami Kataoka, Sunjung Kim, Nobuko Nakano
The Rocks, Sydney, NSW : Museum of Contemporary Art Australia, 
"Tatsuo Miyajima (born 1957, Ibaraki) is one of Japan's most renowned contemporary artists, known for his sculptures and room-scale installations incorporating light and numbers. Tatsuo Miyajima: Connect With Everything is Miyajima's first exhibition in the Southern Hemisphere. It encompasses his sculptural works, rooms and environments, and performance videos. Time and its passage are explored through the works and represented visually by multiple, small digital counting devices. Miyajima developed his first customised digital counters in the late 1980s, using light emitting diodes or LEDs. These 'counter gadgets' remain central to his art today, their red and green palette expanding in the mid-1990s to include blue, then white, as LED technology developed in and beyond Japan."--Publisher's description.
Sherman N7359.M59 A4 2016
Addison Mizner : the architect whose genius defined Palm Beach
Perkins, Stephen, 1950- author
Guilford, Connecticut : Lyons Press, 
"Addison Mizner transformed Palm Beach with his visionary architecture. In this detailed biography, Stephen Perkins and James Caughman examine Mizner's life and origins, and explore how the events of his life influenced his marvelous architectural legacy."--
Sherman NA737.M59 P47 2018
Chiharu Shiota : Unter der Haut = Chiharu Shiota : under the skin
Shiota, Chiharu, 1972- artist
Ostfildern : Hatje/Cantz Verlag, 
Spätestens seit sie 2015 den japanischen Pavillon auf der Venedig Biennale bespielte, ist Chiharu Shiota (*1972, Osaka, Japan) eine der gefragtesten Künstlerinnen der Welt. Alltägliche Objekte, Erinnerungs- und Fundstücke prägen die Bildsprache der Künstlerin und stehen für die Themen ihres Œuvres Erinnerung, Heimat, Migration, Tod und Leben. Als zentrale Figuren in raumgreifenden Installationen mit Wollfäden wählt sie alte Koffer und Schuhe, Schlüssel, Kleidungstücke, Möbel und Briefe, die sie spannungsvoll in ihre Werke und Performances integriert. In der vorliegenden Publikation dokumentieren Fotografien, Filmstills, Zeichnungen, Druckgrafiken und Objekte aus dem Archiv der Künstlerin umfassend die Stationen von Shiotas Werk und veranschaulichen ihre zumeist ortsspezifischen, temporären Installationen. Die Publikation erscheint zur ersten Retrospektive der in Berlin lebenden Künstlerin und konzentriert sich auf ihr Schaffen der letzten 20 Jahre.00Exhibition: Kunsthalle Rostock, Germany (05.05-18.06.2017).
Sherman N7359.S556 A4 2017
Takashi Murakami : lineage of eccentrics : a collaboration with Nobuo Tsuji and the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Murakami, Takashi, 1962- interviewee
Boston : MFA Publications, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, 
Director's forward / Matthew Teitelbaum -- Artist statement / Takashi Murakami -- Negotiating the global: engaging with the local / Anne Nishimura Morse -- Catalogue / Anne Nishimura Morse; Superflat; Animation; Kazari; Asobi; Religiosity; Eccentricity -- Looking at Japanese art / Nobuo Tsuji -- A conversation with Takashi Murakami and Nobuo Tsuji.
Takashi Murakami's irreverent, pop culture-infused art has made him one of the most recognized Japanese artists today. His bright, contemporary boisterousness, however, belies his deep scholarship and engagement with traditional Japanese art. 'Takashi Murakami: Lineage of Eccentrics' presents key examples of Murakami's work alongside a rich selection of Japanese masterpieces spanning several centuries and arranged here according to concepts laid out by his mentor and foil, leading Japanese art historian Nobuo Tsuji. These include works by Kawanabe Kyosai, Soga Shohaku, Kano Eino, Ito Jakuchu and Hishikawa Moronobu. Beautifully illustrated with Tsuji's selections from the peerless Japanese art collection at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, as well as some of the artist's best-known works of painting and sculpture, the combination of old and new in this groundbreaking volume enriches our understanding of each, and ultimately shows us how contemporary art can be seen as part of a continuum or lineage.
Sherman N7359.M87 A4 2018
Aalto, Utzon, Fehn : three paradigms of phenomenological architecture
Tyrrell, Roger, author
New York, NY : Routledge, 2018
Sherman NA2500 .T975 2018
Art et archéologie du Proche-Orient hellénistique et romain : les circulations artistiques entre Orient et Occident
sous la direction de Caroline Arnould-Béhar, Veronique Vassal
Oxford : BAR Publishing, 2018
Sherman N5343 .A78 2018
Adrian Piper : a synthesis of intuitions, 1965-2016
Christophe Cherix, Cornelia Butler, David Platzker ; foreword by Glenn D. Lowry, Ann Philbin, and Okwui Enwezor
New York, New York : Museum of Modern Art, New York, 
Adrian Piper has consistently produced groundbreaking work that has profoundly shaped the form and content of conceptual art since the 1960s. Strongly inflected by her longstanding involvement with philosophy and yoga, her pioneering investigations into the political, social, psychological and spiritual potential of conceptual art have had an incalculable influence on artists working today. Published in conjunction with the most comprehensive exhibition of her work to date, this catalog presents more than 280 artworks that encompass the full range of Piper's mediums: works on paper, video, multimedia installation, performance, painting, sound and photo-texts. Essays by curators and scholars examine her extensive research into altered states of consciousness; the introduction of the Mythic Being - her subversive masculine alter-ego; her media and installation works from after 1980, which reveal and challenge stereotypes of race and gender; and the global conditions that illuminate the significance of her art. Previously unpublished texts by the artist lay out significant events in her personal history and her deeply felt ideas about the relationship between viewer and art object. This publication expands our understanding of the conceptual and post-conceptual art movements and Piper's pivotal position among her peers and for later generations.
Sherman Oversize N6537.P5 A4 2018
Keith Sonnier : Ebo River and early works
Sonnier, Keith, 1941- interviewee
New York : Pace Gallery, 
Sherman N6537.S644 A4 2016
Natural histories : traces of the political
edited by Rainer Fuchs ; texts, Noit Banai and 36 others
Köln : Verlag der Buchhandlung Walther König, 
The exhibition "Natural Histories: Traces of the Political" examines connections between nature and history that avoid an ahistorical understanding of nature and a naturalized image of history. It is about nature as a historically and culturally determined space and concept, and an idea of history whose course and development should not be equated with the logic of natural process. Exhibition: mumok, Vienna, Austria (23.09.2017-14.01.2018).
Sherman N7650 .N38 2017
Architecture : a visual history
Glancey, Jonathan, author
London : DK, Penguin Random House, 2017
From village to city -- The Americas -- The classical world -- India and Southeast Asia -- East Asia -- The Islamic world -- Medieval Europe -- The Renaissance -- Baroque and Rococo -- Classical revival -- The industrial world -- The modern world -- Glossary.
Architecture tells the story of the world's most incredible buildings, from the ancient world to the present day. Take a closer look at the beautiful details, principal elements, and decorative features of every architectural style, from China's Temple of Heaven and the Great Mosque of Damascus, to the Guggenheim museum and the London Olympic Velodrome. Architecture offers a truly worldwide look at historical and contemporary buildings, with breathtaking photography, intriguing cross-sections, and unique CGI artwork. Now fully updated, this stunning new edition covers contemporary architecture and green buildings, with incredible new photography to transport you to the most interesting and iconic buildings on earth.
Sherman NA200 .G527 2017
Pure gold : upcycled! upgraded!
Redaktion und Lektorat, Monika Winkler
Leipzig : Spector Books, 
"The processes of global industrialization and mounting consumerism produce so much refuse on a daily basis that recycling and upcycling have become hot topics of vital global importance. Waste, a seemingly inexhaustible resource, has become a new kind of raw material for production. Designers are beginning to take a different view of the "useless" things that people discard: bulky waste, rubbish, cheap materials--in the right hands, these become pure gold. Pure Gold: Upcycled! Upgraded! explores the subject of recycling in design and presents ideas for using refuse to create valuable products. Working with seven curators from Europe, Latin America, North Africa and the Middle East, East Asia, Sub-Saharan Africa, South Asia and South East Asia, Pure Gold brings together 53 designers and approximately 75 of their objects to explore value creation from garbage and scrap materials in European and non-European contexts"--Publisher's description.
Sherman NK1520 .P87 2017
University trends : contemporary campus design
Coulson, Jonathan, author
New York, NY : Routledge, an imprint of the Taylor & Francis Group, 2018
The Twenty-First-Century Campus -- Adaptive Reuse -- Starchitecture -- Hub buildings -- Interdisciplinary Research Buildings -- Joint-Venture Buildings -- Innovation -- New Universities Beyond the West -- Urbanity -- Large-Scale Campus Expansions -- Revitalising Master Plans.
Sherman NA6600 .C69 2018
Theatre of the natural world
Dion, Mark, 1961- artist
London, England : Whitechapel Gallery, 2018
"The American artist Mark Dion (b. 1961) makes enthralling installations of flora and fauna and of the material cultures of science and display. They echo Renaissance cabinets of curiosity, nineteenth century dioramas and, with their unsettling inclusion of everyday detritus, the absurdist displays of the Surrealists. Yet they are urgently contemporary, foregrounding the complex and increasingly hazardous relation of humanity with other species and ecosystems. This fully-illustrated book spans over 30 years of work through six environments. Each encompasses sculpture, drawing, print and photography and is also the stage for an absent protagonist. Marion Endt-Jones, Ben Luke, Chelsea Kinchin-Smith, Magnus af Petersens, Candy Stobbs and Gilda Williams unravel the clues, historical narratives and contemporary symbolism imbedded in each work, alongside a conversation between Iwona Blazwick and Mark Dion, an overview of his practice by Petra Lange-Berndt and a beautiful short story by Andrea Barrett."
Sherman N6537.D54 A4 2018
Architecture inside-out : understanding how buildings work
Zukowsky, John, 1948- author
Milan : Rizzoli, 2018
Public life -- Monuments -- Arts and education -- Living -- Worship.
Taking readers behind architecture's facades and finishes, this charmingly illustrated book explores how some of the most important buildings in the world were constructed. Specially commissioned isometric drawings present the essential structural elements of the world's masterpiece buildings that are not visible to the naked eye. These illustrations are displayed alongside plans, details, and photographs, all of which are clear and accessible, yet accurate and elegant enough to satisfy the most discerning eye.
Sherman NA2520 .Z87 2018
Beijing : Ke xue chu ban she, 2017
Baker Berry East Asian NK7983.A1 S43 2017
Guido Strazza : ricercare
Strazza, Guido, artist
Roma : Galleria nazionale d'arte moderna e contemporanea, 
Sherman N6923.S7 A4 2017
Carmelo Ortiz de Elgea : retrospectiva (1963-2016)
textos, Javier Viar, Miriam Alzuri
Bilbao : Bilboko Arte Ederren Museoa-Museo de Bellas Artes de Bilbao, 
Sherman ND813.O725 A4 2016
Daniel Richter : lonely old slogans
edited by Michael Juul Holm and Poul Erik Tøjner
[Humlebaek] : Louisiana Museum of Modern Art , 2016
Daniel Richter and the conditions of painting / Roberto Ohrt -- Daniel Richter in conversation with Poul Erik Tøjner.
The German artist Daniel Richter (b. 1962) Daniel Richter arrived on the art scene in the 1990s with a highly expressive abstract formal idiom that evoked associations with his earliest artistic career as a designer of for instance album covers for a number of punk rock bands in Germany of the 1980s. Since the years around the turn of the century, however, Richter has exclusively painted figurative pictures, often described -- also by himself -- as a kind of new history painting. But they lack any reproduction of the specific historical events; the pictures seek rather to capture a particular contemporary spirit, marked by the death of the great political utopias. Richter's paintings are both thematically and formally related to German Expressionism and painters such as Max Beckmann (1884-1950) and George Grosz (1893-1959), who in the years before World War II painted acerbic, humorous and profoundly socially critical, allegorical pictures. Daniel Richter takes a similar approach to painting, which according to him is always ideologically positioned in relation to the surrounding world.00Exhibition: Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Humlebaek, Denmark (08.09.2016-08.01.2017).
Sherman ND588.R477 A4 2016
Italian architects and builders in the Ottoman Empire and modern Turkey : design across borders
edited by Paolo Girardelli and Ezio Godoli
Newcastle upon Tyne : Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2017
"This volume represents the first scholarly work in English devoted to the experience of Italian architects and builders in Turkey, as well as in many of the lands once belonging to the Ottoman Empire. Covering a complex cultural and political geography spanning from the Danubian principalities (today's Romania) to Anatolia and the Aegean region, the book is the result of individual research experiences that were brought together and debated in an international conference in Istanbul in March 2013, organized in collaboration with the Italian Institute of Culture and Bogazici University.0Grounded on a flexible notion of identitarian boundaries, the book explores a rich transcultural field of encounters and interactions, analyzed and evaluated by scholars from six different countries on the basis of hitherto uncovered archival materials. Forms, ideas, individual mobility of actors and materials, networks of patronage, material and political constraints, and religious and cultural difference all play a significant role in shaping the landscapes, buildings and architectural projects presented and discussed here. From late 18th and early 19th century experiences of interaction between neo-classical backgrounds and westernizing Ottoman forms to the Italian proposals for a Turkish republican iconic landmark like the Ataturk mausoleum in Ankara; from the design of the first Ottoman university building to Ottoman varieties of Art Nouveau and Art Deco, and to the infrastructures and urban developments of the 1950s in Turkey, the book is both a richly illustrated and documented overview of relevant cases, and a critical introduction to one of the most enticing areas of encounter in the global history of 19th and 20th century architecture and design."--Page 4 of cover.
Sherman NA1367 .I83 2017
Seth Stein Architects
Powell, Ken, 1947- author
London : Lund Humphries, 2017
Since Seth Stein founded his practice in 1990, he has gained an international reputation and numerous awards for creating extraordinary buildings, both residential and commercial. From new-built coastal retreats to revitalised historic urban townhouses and palazzos, his architecture is always both striking and elegant: sculptural and flowing in form, light-filled, with a mastery of materials and exquisite detailing. There is a strong sense of place in his projects, as a country house curves around the contours of a ridge, making the most of its vantage over the sea, or a futuristic urban interior is juxtaposed within an elegant listed structure, revitalising it for contemporary living. Running through the practice's work is a deceptive simplicity, an exciting and innovative use of new building methods and materials, along with an intrinsic environmental sustainability. This monograph aims not only to bring together the full range of Seth Stein Architects' projects for the first time, but in doing so, to offer insights into the practice's ethos and design processes, setting them within context and exploring key issues and themes.
Sherman NA997.S48 A4 2017
British + Irish modern : new houses and old houses made new
edited by Hannah Jenkins ; foreword by Maggie Toy
Mulgrave, Victoria : The Images Publishing Group, 2018
"House design in Britain and Ireland is guided by climate, landscape and local resources just as much as the centuries-old traditions that have influenced architectural shape and form. Today's best-known and emerging architects interpret their briefs with imaginative flair: they are transforming houses for the next generation of families by blending their renewed vigour for a local aesthetic with new materials and trends. Many of the new houses featured in British & Irish Modern reflect the architect's focus on redefining local expectations for form by beautifully juxtaposing the traditional with contemporary structures, thus forging a new vernacular. Architects across this region are wholeheartedly seeking opportunities to re-use existing structures in myriad ways, resulting in surprising and remarkably unique renditions of old houses and buildings made new. Shown in stunning, full-colour photographic detail are hundreds of pages of new and renovated houses, cottages and even converted barns nestled in misty rural valleys, including new and retrofitted modern inner-city terraces and townhouses that make the best use of available space. Houses are selected for levels of comfort, use of materials, and dramatic expression of traditional and contemporary architecture, as well as houses that capitalise on longer and warmer summers imposed by changing weather patterns in this corner of the globe. Houses are designed with indoor spaces and intimate courtyards for play and recreation that draw in light and shield from the extreme weather elements yet maintain an eye on sustainability and affordability. British & Irish Modern reveals a rich array of works that showcase how architecture in Britain and Ireland today has much to teach the world about creative, high-calibre design, innovative application of materials, and cautious but clever reliance on resources.
Sherman NA7328 .B75 2018
New Islamist architecture and urbanism : negotiating nation and Islam through built environment in Turkey
Batuman, Bülent, author
New York, NY : Routledge, 2018
Introduction -- Politics of Mosque Building : Negotiating Islam and Nation -- Housing Subjects of New Islamism -- From the Urban Revolution of New Islamism to the Revolution of the Urban : Public Space and Architectures of Resistance -- Building (the) National : The Public Architecture of Millet -- Epilogue.
Sherman NA2543.I74 B38 2018
Early British animation : from page and stage to cinema screens
Cook, Malcolm, 1976- author
Cham, Switzerland : Palgrave Macmillan , 
This book is the first history of British animated cartoons, from the earliest period of cinema in the 1890s up to the late 1920s. In this period cartoonists and performers from earlier traditions of print and stage entertainment came to film to expand their artistic practice, bringing with them a range of techniques and ideas that shaped the development of British animation. These were commercial rather than avant-garde artists, but they nevertheless saw the new medium of cinema as offering the potential to engage with modern concerns of the early 20th century, be it the political and human turmoil of the First World War or new freedoms of the 1920s. Cook?s examination and reassessment of these films and their histories reveals their close attention and play with the way audiences saw the world. As such, this book offers new insight into the changing understanding of vision at that time as Britain?s place in the world was reshaped in the early 20th century.
Sherman NC1766.G7 C66 2018
Medusa's menagerie : Otto Marseus van Schrieck and the scholars
idea, concept, catalogue, editing, exhibition, Gero Seelig ; with contributions from Eric Jorink, Bert van de Roemer, Karin Leonhard ; translations from Dutch: Bram Opstelten ; translations from German: Russell Stockman, Finbarr Morrin, David Sanchez
Munich : Hirmer Verlag, 
Sherman ND653.S288 A4 2017
Sabino Springett : su trayectoria como muralista, ilustrador gráfico y dibujante arqueológico
Springett, Sabino, 1913- artist
Lima, Perú : Universidad Peruana de Ciencias Apliacadas, 2015
Presentación -- Prólogo -- Capitulo 1: Sabino Springett: y su labor como artista plastico para el Museo Nacional -- Capitulo 2: Springetty el mural alusivo al caballo peruano de paso en la Municipalidad de Miraflores -- Capitulo 3: La energia en la fabrica peruana Eternit: un mural particular en la obra de Sabino Springett -- Capitulo 4: Springett y el mural de procesos industriales de SIMA -- Capitula 5: El mural la educación religiosa en el antiguo ministerio de Educación un poyecto moderno de evangelización -- Capitulo 6: Influencia del quero colonial en el diseño Ayacucho para el mural en conmemoración a Juan Pablo II -- Capitulo 7: Identidad grafica de Sabino Springett.
This book is the outcome of the project "Sabino Springett. Research in tribute for his birth centennial" that the Research Institute of Peruvian Art began in 2013 in order to rescue these three facets of the artist through an academic and multidisciplinary study. The project included analytical texts on-site, professional photographic record were elaborated, his art works were reviewed and the documents in files and specialized libraries were catalogued.
Sherman ND419.S67 A4 2015