Sherman Art Library Acquisitions during May 2018

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Arte Fiera 2002 : Mostra mercato internazionale d'arte contemporanea : Bologna, 24-28 gennaio = International Fair of Contemporary Art : Bologna, 24th-28th January
Torino : U. Allemandi, c2002
Sherman N6497 .A78 2002

Contemporary Japanese architects : profiles in design
Igarashi, Tarō, 1967- author
Tokyo : Japan Publishing Industry Foundation for Culture, 2018
I. Rising from the ashes : the Prewar generation -- Tange Kenzō : a national architect in the era of Greater East Asia -- Kurokawa Kishō : Buddhism and metabolism -- Isozaki Arata : an architect torn between fiction and reality -- II. Breaking out of the box : the generation born in the 1940s -- Andō Tadao : geometries of concrete, reflecting the environment -- Itō Toyoo : a new architecture for the information age -- Sakamoto Kazunari : free architecture, or the construction of overlapping systems -- Fujimori Terunobu : the incomparable architect(ural historian) -- Iijima Naoki : at the boundaries of interior design -- III. A light and transparent architecture : the generation born in the 1950s -- Sanaa : design reconfiguring spatial form -- Sejima Kazuyo : distorting distance through a glass landscape -- Nishizawa Ryūe : an architecture beyond images and words -- Kuma Kengo : high-speed gamer -- IV. Adapting to changing conditions : the generation born in the 1960s -- Atelier Bow-Wow : post-bubble Japanese realism -- Abe Hitoshi : architecture as media suit -- Tezuka architects : straight modern, or the strength of architecture -- Endō Shūei : geometries for measuring the Earth -- V. Globalism or Galapagos : the generation born in the 1970s -- Fujimoto Sou : toward a new geometry -- Ishigami Jun'ya : weightless landscapes, spaces of relativity -- Principles and phenomena : looking to the future.

"Architects play an essential role in contemporary society, helping to shape the environment in which we live and work. This book explores how architects in Japan have responded to the demands of their times and how they continue to engage with new economic realities and the shifting global order. The moving image of Japanese society is reflected in the work of the architects profiled tin this book: from the generation rising from the ashes of postwar Japan, through the postwar economic boom, to the generation that quietly gathered strength during the recession of the 1970s; from the generation that debuted in the bubble economy of the 1980s to the generation that began their work after the Great Hanshin-Awaji earthquake and the collapse of the bubble economy; and finally, after decades of economic stagnation, to the generation that has come to the fore since the early twenty-first century. Contemporary Japanese architects have pioneered developments in sustainability and introduced engineering innovations that have changed not only the look of modern buildings but the ways in which they can be constructed. Japanese design concepts, realized in major public buildings around the world, communicate with a global audience and contribute toward shaping our shared future" --
Sherman NA1555.4 .I3413 2018

The Tyrant-slayers of ancient Athens : a tale of two statues
Azoulay, Vincent, author
New York, NY : Oxford University Press, 2017
This investigation relies on a rash bet: to write the biography of two of the most famous statues in Antiquity, the Tyrannicides. Representing the murderers of the tyrant Hipparchus in full action, these statues erected on the Agora of Athens have been in turn worshipped, outraged, and imitated. They have known hours of glory and moments of hardships, which have transformed them into true icons of Athenian democracy. The subject of this book is the remarkable story of this group statue and the ever-changing significance of its tyrant-slaying subjects. The first part of this book, in six chapters, tells the story of the murder of Hipparchus and of the statues of the two tyrannicides from the end of the sixth century to the aftermath of the restoration of democracy in 403. The second part, in three chapters, chronicles the fate and influence of the statues from the fourth century to the end of the Roman Empire. These chapters are followed by an epilogue that reveals new life for the statues in modern art and culture, including how Nazi Germany and the Soviet Union made use of their iconography.0By tracing the long trajectory of the Tyrannicides - in deed and art - Azoulay provides a rich and fascinating microhistory that will be of interest to readers of classical art and history.
Sherman NB94 .A9613 2017

Naoya Hatakeyama : excavating the future city
Hatakeyama, Naoya, 1958- artist,
New York, N.Y. : Aperture ; 2018
For the past thirty years, Japanese photographer, Naoya Hatakeyama, has undertaken a photographic examination of the life of cities and the built environment. Each of his series focuses on a different facet of the growth and transformation of the urban landscape-- from studies of architectural maquettes to the extraction and use of natural materials such as limestone, as it is quarried via explosive blasts and subsequently incorporated into the construction of new buildings. In particular, Hatakeyama has routinely returned to the Tokyo-Yokohama metropolis, exploring this ever-evolving urban sprawl from both below and above, mapping the growth and expansion of these sites over time. Additional series focus on other forms of human intervention with the landscape and natural materials, including factories and building sites in Japan and abroad. Finally, his most recent photographs of his hometown of Rikuzentakata, a fishing town that was almost completely destroyed by the March 11, 2011 earthquake and tsunami, are also included-- an ongoing series begun almost immediately following the disaster. These photographs hauntingly embody the death and rebirth of the city, manifesting a deeply personal connection to the ongoing intersection of geology, architecture, and time. Exhibition: Minneapolis Institute of Art, USA (04.03.- 22.07.2018).
Sherman TR647 .H38 2018

Sally Mann : photographs and poetry
Mann, Sally, 1951-
New York : Published by Steven Albahari, 21st, 2006
See -- It's all true -- To evoke what, like a dream, was lost -- In sleep she becomes a softer country -- My cautious world -- Where measurement holds no sway -- Your spirit floated silently -- He wakes in the night -- Measurement has become useless -- Maybe it was the daffodils that gave out the foamy.
Sherman Special TR654 .M33585 2005

Benjamin West : allegory and allegiance
Cartwright, Derrick R
San Diego, Calif. : Timken Museum of Art, ©2004
Sherman ND237.W45 A4 2004

Whistler's mother : portrait of an extraordinary life
Sutherland, Daniel E., author
New Haven : Yale University Press, [2018]
A child of two worlds, 1804-31 -- Wife and mother, 1832-43 -- Russia, 1843-44 -- Impatient reformer, 1845-49 -- A widowed mother, 1849-54 -- Sojourner, 1854-60 -- The manager, 1860-67 -- The mother, 1867-72 -- Onlooker, 1872-81 -- Icon, 1881-2018.

Discover the extraordinary woman behind one of the most famous images of motherhood in Western art Judged by the portrait Arrangement in Gray and Black No. 1 (1871), painted by her son James McNeill Whistler, Anna Whistler (1804-1881) appears to have been a pious, unassuming, domestic woman. This characterization, however, is far from the whole truth. Anna was born in the slaveholding South, raised principally in Brooklyn, New York, and resided for many years in both Russia and Great Britain, and her life was filled with adventure and excitement. The authors' unprecedented use of her private diaries and correspondence results in a crisp biographical rendering that reveals a resilient, vibrant, bright, and deeply engaged woman. In her writings, Anna made shrewd observations about the social, cultural, artistic, and political issues of her era, which was one of enormous and near-constant change. She knew and interacted with an astonishing array of people, from Russian peasants and American farmers to Robert E. Lee and Giuseppe Mazzini. She also raised one of the finest artists of the nineteenth century. As her son made his way in the art world, Anna became his unofficial agent, promoting his work, managing his finances, and advising him on the best opportunities for success. That he, in turn, should immortalize her as a global celebrity and international icon of motherhood was only appropriate.
Sherman ND237.W6 S88 2018

Feminist perspectives on art : contemporary outtakes
edited by Jacqueline Millner and Catriona Moore
New York : Routledge, [2018]
Sherman N72.F45 F455 2018

The shape of craft
Shales, Ezra, author
London : Reaktion Books, 2017
Archetypes: who is a craftsman? -- Today's craftspeople in an expanded field -- Organic or industrial? Weaving cane and welding steel -- Weaving as a magic carpet ride -- Time in glasscraft -- Conclusion: mnemosynthesis.

"Today, the word 'craft' is linked to a vast array of items from handmade objects to microbreweries. 'Artisanal' is so overused that it can strain our credulity. But this also reveals that the value of craft remains compelling in modern life. In this cogently argued book, Ezra Shales explores some of the key questions about craft: who makes it, what we mean when we think about a craft object and what that means to our understanding of what craft is. Along the way, he continually upends our definitions and typical expectations of what we think is handcrafted or authentic. His discussion ranges widely across people and objects: from potter Karen Karnes to weaver Jack Lenor Larsen and glass sculptor Dale Chihuly to Native American basket maker Julia Parker as well as younger makers such as Sopheap Pich and Maarten Baas, and to the porcelain and cast-iron sanitary ware produced by the Kohler Company, the pottery made in Stoke on Trent, and the people in Asia today who weave beautiful things for IKEA. Engaging, pertinent and direct, the book ultimately encourages us to feel the shape of craft in our own lives."--
Sherman TT157 .S53 2017

Der Ramsey-Psalter : vollständige Faksimile-Ausgabe im Originalformat von Codex 58/1 der Stiftsbibliothek St. Paul i. Lavanttal und Ms M.302 der Pierpont Morgan Library in New York
Graz : Akademische Druck- u. Verlagsanstalt, 1996-1999
Sherman Special BS1425.L3 R18 1996

Der Ramsey-Psalter : vollständige Faksimile-Ausgabe im Originalformat von Codex 58/1 der Stiftsbibliothek St. Paul i. Lavanttal und Ms M.302 der Pierpont Morgan Library in New York
Graz : Akademische Druck- u. Verlagsanstalt, 1996-1999
Sherman Special BS1425.L3 R18 1996

Landscape gardener Ogawa Jihei and his times : a profile of modern Japan
鈴木博之, 1945-2014, author
Tokyo : Japanese Publishing Industry Foundation for Culture, 2018
Modernization and the development of the Lake Biwa Canal -- Yamagata Aritomo as the beginning -- Gardens of the Bourgeoisie and aristocracy -- Bringing the Lake Biwa Canal to the gardens -- The world of Ueji's gardens expands -- On the creativity of Sukisha Connoisseurs -- The last patron.

"Securing the generous support of the politicians and industrialists who propelled Japan's modernization, Ogawa Jihei VII created many outstanding gardens at the end of the nineteenth and the first few decades of the twentieth century. Expressing a Japanese aesthetic even while incorporating modern techniques, his methodology reveals the nature of modernization as Japan experienced it. With a keen eye for architecture, the author takes a long-awaited look at modernization and the modern garden"--Dust jacket.
Sherman SB63.O33 S8913 2018

"The beauty of the land" : Pierre Daura's vision of Virginia
Daura, Pierre, 1896-1976, artist
Richmond, Va. : Virginia Historical Society, [2006]
Sherman ND813.D38 A4 2006

Fotografía en España (1839-2015) : historia, tendencias, estéticas
Vega de la Rosa, Carmelo, author
Madrid : Cátedra, 2017
Sherman TR87 .V43 2017

Zao Wou-Ki : watercolor, ink on paper, porcelain
Zao, Wou-ki, 1920-2013
New York : Marlborough, [2018]
Sherman ND1049.Z3 A4 2018

As it may be = ممكن / Bieke Depoorter
Depoorter, Bieke, photographer
New York, N.Y. : Aperture, 2018
Magnum photographer Bieke Depoorter has traveled to Egypt regularly since the beginning of the revolution in 2011, making intimate pictures of Egyptian families in their homes. In 2007, she revisited the country with the first draft of this book, inviting others to write comments directly onto the photographs. Contrasting views on country, religion, socioety, and photography arise between people who would otherwise never cross paths. As it may be depicts a population in transition with integrity, commitment, and respect.
Sherman TR655 .D455 2018

George Longfish : a retrospective
Missoula, MT : The University of Montana Press for Montana Museum of Art & Culture, c2007
George Longfish : a retrospective : [introduction] / Barbara Koostra -- Foreword / Manuela Well-Off-Man -- The emergence of Tsha' De Wa's : George Longfish : a retrospective / by Kate Morris -- Selected bibliography -- Selected biography.
Sherman N6537.L64 A4 2007

Photography and other media in the nineteenth century
edited by Nicoletta Leonardi and Simone Natale
University Park, Pennsylvania : The Pennsylvania State University Press, [2018]
Elephans photographicus : media archaeology and the history of photography / Erkki Huhtamo -- A mirrow with wings : photography and the new era of communications / Simone Natale -- The traveling daguerreotype : early photography and the U.S. postal system / David M. Henkin -- The telegraph of the past : Nadar and the time of photography / Richard Taws -- With eyes of flesh and glass eyes : railroad image-objects and fantasies of human-machine hybridizations in the mid-nineteenth-century United States / Nicoletta Leonardi -- Peer production in the age of collodion : the bromide patent and the photographic press, 1854-1868 / Lynne Berger -- Two or three things photography did to painting / Jan von Brevern -- Uniqueness multiplied : the daguerrotype and the visual economy of the graphic arts / Steffen Siegel -- Photographs in text : the reproduction of photographs in nineteenth-century scientific communication / Geoffrey Belknap -- In the time of Balzac : the daguerrotype and the discovery/invention of society / Peppino Ortoleva -- Sound photography / Anthony Enns -- Photography, cinema, and perceptual realism in the nineteenth century / Kim Timby -- The double-birth model tested against photography / André Gaudreault and Philippe Marion -- Afterword : media history and history of photography in parallel lines / Geoffrey Batchen and Lisa Gitelman.

"A collection of essays investigating photography's role in the evolution of media and communication in the nineteenth century"--Provided by publisher.
Sherman TR15 .P4795 2018

Degas : a passion for perfection
edited by Jane Munro
New Haven : Yale University Press, [2017]
Introduction : 'a passion for perfection'? / Jane Munro -- Degas and England / Richard Kendall -- Copying and learning / Jane Munro -- Degas's greasy ink drawings / Timothy J. Standring -- Nudes / Jane Munro -- Landscapes / Jane Munro -- Painting in focus : At the café / Jane Munro -- Degas, classicism, dance / Jill DeVonyar -- The sculpture of Degas : production and reproduction / Victoria Avery and Jo Dillon -- After Degas / Anna Gruetzner Robins.

A beautiful celebration of six decades of work by Edgar Degas, published in the centennial year of the artist's death. Edgar Degas's (1834-1917) relentless experimentation with technical procedures is a hallmark of his lifelong desire to learn. The numerous iterations of compositions and poses suggest an intense self-discipline, as well as a refusal to accept any creative solution as definitive or finite. Published in the centenary year of the artist's death, this book presents an exceptional array of Degas's work, including paintings, drawings, pastels, etchings, monotypes, counter proofs, and sculpture, with approximately sixty key works from private and public collections in Europe and the United States, some of them published here for the first time. Shown together, the impressive works represent well over half a century of innovation and artistic production. Essays by leading Degas scholars and conservation scientists explore his practice and recurring themes of the human figure and landscape. The book opens with a study of Degas's debt to the Old Masters, and it concludes with a consideration of his artistic legacy and his influence on leading artists of the 20th and 21st centuries, including Francis Bacon, Frank Auerbach, Ryan Gander, David Hockney, Howard Hodgkin, R. B. Kitaj, Pablo Picasso, and Walter Sickert.
Sherman N6853.D33 D44 2017

Leonardo da Vinci
Isaacson, Walter, author
New York, NY : Simon & Schuster, 2017
Main Characters -- Currency in Italy in 1500 -- Note regarding the cover -- Primary periods of Leonardo's life -- Timeline ; -- Introduction: I can also paint ; -- 1. Childhood -- 2. Apprentice -- 3. On his own -- 4. Milan -- 5. Leonardo's notebooks -- 6. Court entertainer -- 7. Personal life -- 8. Vitruvian Man -- 9. The horse monument -- 10. Scientist -- 11. Birds and flight -- 12. The mechanical arts -- 13. Math -- 14. The nature of man -- 15. Virgin of the Rocks -- 16. The Milan portraits -- 17. The science of art -- 18. The Last Supper -- 19. Personal turmoil -- 20. Florence again -- 21. Saint Anne -- 22. Paintings lost and found -- 23. Cesare Borgia -- 24. Hydraulic engineer -- 25. Michelangelo and the lost Battles -- 26. Return to Milan -- 27. Anatomy, round two -- 28. The world and its waters -- 29. Rome -- 30. Pointing the way -- 31. The Mona Lisa -- 32. France -- 33. Conclusion ; -- Coda: Describe the tongue of the woodpecker.

"He was history's most creative genius. What secrets can he teach us? The [bestselling biographer] brings Leonardo da Vinci to life in this exciting new biography. Drawing on thousands of pages from Leonardo's astonishing notebooks and new discoveries about his life and work, Walter Isaacson weaves a narrative that connects his art to his science. He shows how Leonardo's genius was based on skills we can improve in ourselves, such as passionate curiosity, careful observation, and an imagination so playful that it flirted with fantasy. His creativity, like that of other great innovators, came from standing at the intersection of the humanities and technology. He peeled flesh off the faces of cadavers, drew the muscles that move the lips, and then painted history's most memorable smile on the Mona Lisa. He explored the math of optics, showed how light rays strike the cornea, and produced illusions of changing perspectives in The Last Supper. Isaacson also describes how Leonardo's lifelong enthusiasm for staging theatrical productions informed his paintings and inventions. His ability to combine art and science, made iconic by his drawing of what may be himself inside a circle and a square, remains the enduring recipe for innovation. His life should remind us of the importance of instilling, both in ourselves and our children, not just received knowledge but a willingness to question it; to be imaginative and, like talented misfits and rebels in any era, to think different."--Jacket.
Sherman N6923.L33 I827 2017

Supports in Roman marble sculpture : workshop practice and modes of viewing
Anguissola, Anna, author
Cambridge, United Kingdom ; Cambridge University Press, 2018
Introduction -- Part I. Material and History: 1. Narrative and individuality ; 2. Supports and Greek marble sculpture ; 3. The world of struts ; 4. Surface and colour -- Part II. The Limits of Stone: 5. The quest for solidity ; 6. Statuesque statues ; 7. Value and ingenuity ; 8. Carving and tradition -- Conclusion.

"Figural and non-figural supports are a ubiquitous feature of Roman marble sculpture; they appear in sculptures ranging in size from miniature to colossal and of all levels of quality. At odds with modern ideas about beauty, completeness, and visual congruence, these elements, especially non-figural struts, have been dismissed by scholars as mere safeguards for production and transport. However, close examination of these features reveals the tastes and expectations of those who commissioned, bought, and displayed marble sculptures throughout the Mediterranean in the Hellenistic and Roman periods. Drawing on a large body of examples, Greek and Latin literary sources, and modern theories of visual culture, this study constitutes the first comprehensive investigation of non-figural supports in Roman sculpture"--
Sherman NB115 .A47 2018

Risen from ruins : the cultural politics of rebuilding East Berlin
Stangl, Paul, author
Stanford, California : Stanford University Press, [2018]
Landscapes of commemoration -- City plans -- Unter den Linden -- From Royal Palace to Marx-Engels Square -- Wilhelmstrasse -- Stalinallee.
Sherman NA9200.B4 S73 2018

Posters for change : tear, paste, protest : 50 removable posters
Hudson, New York : Princeton Architectural Press, [2018]
Sherman Oversize NC1849.S54 P67 2018

Queering the Interior
edited by Andrew Groman-Murray and Matt Cook
London, UK : Bloomsbury Academic, an imprint of Bloomsbury Publishing Plc, 2018
"Queering the Interior problematizes the familiar space of 'home'. It deploys a queer lens to view domestic interiors and conventions and uncovers some of the complexities of homemaking for queer people. Each of the book's six sections focuses on a different room or space inside the home. The journey starts with entryways, and continues through kitchens, living spaces, bedrooms, bathrooms, and finally, closets and studies. In each case up to three specialists bring their disciplinary expertise and queer perspectives to bear. The result is a fascinating collection of essays by scholars from literary studies, geography, sociology, anthropology, history and art history. The contributors use historical and sociological case studies; spatial, art and literary analyses; interviews; and experimental visual approaches to deliver fresh, detailed and grounded perspectives on the home and its queer dimensions. A highly creative approach to the analysis of domestic spaces, Queering the Interior makes an important contribution to the fields of gender studies, social and cultural history, cultural studies, design, architecture, anthropology, sociology, and cultural geography."--
Sherman NA2543.Q44 Q44 2018

Picturesque and sublime : Thomas Cole's trans-Atlantic inheritance
Barringer, T. J., author
Catskill, New York : Thomas Cole National Historic Site ; [2018]
Thomas Cole (1801-1848) is widely acknowledged as the founder of American landscape painting. Born in England, Cole emigrated in 1818 to the United States, where he transformed British and continental European traditions to create a distinctive American idiom. He embraced the picturesque, which emphasized touristic pleasures, and the sublime, an aesthetic category rooted in notions of fear and danger. Including striking paintings and a broad range of works on paper, from watercolors to etchings, mezzotints, aquatints, engravings, and lithographs, this book explores the trans-Atlantic context for Cole's oeuvre. These works chart a history of landscape aesthetics and demonstrate the essential role of prints as agents of artistic transmission. The authors offer new interpretations of work by Cole and the British artists who influenced him, including J.M.W. Turner and John Constable, revealing Cole's debt to artistic traditions as he formulated a profound new category in art. the American sublime.
Sherman ND237.C6 A4 2018

Endangered
Flach, Tim, photographer
New York : Abrams, in association with Blackwell & Ruth, 2017
In Endangered, the result of an extraordinary multiyear project to document the lives of threatened species, acclaimed photographer Tim Flach explores one of the most pressing issues of our time. Traveling around the world--to settings ranging from forest to savannah to the polar seas to the great coral reefs--Flach has constructed a powerful visual record of remarkable animals and ecosystems facing harsh challenges. Among them are primates coping with habitat loss, big cats in a losing battle with human settlements, elephants hunted for their ivory, and numerous bird species taken as pets. With eminent zoologist Jonathan Baillie providing insightful commentary on this ambitious project, Endangered unfolds as a series of vivid, interconnected stories that pose gripping moral dilemmas, unforgettably expressed by more than 180 of Flach's incredible images.
Sherman Oversize TR727 .F55 2017

May Morris : arts & crafts designer
Morris, May, 1862-1938, artist
[New York, New York] : Thames & Hudson ; 2017
A well-crafted life -- Sketches and watercolours -- Wallpapers and embroidery -- Book covers and designs -- Dress and costume -- Jewellery and metalwork.

May Morris, youngest daughter of influential designer William Morris, was one of the leading female contributors to the Arts and Crafts Movement. She ran the embroidery department of her father's famous firm Morris & Co., and had a successful freelance career as a designer, maker, and exhibitor, founding the Women's Guild of Arts in 1907 and undertaking a lecture tour in the United States between 1909 and 1910. May's approach to embroidery was innovative and widely influential in the UK and abroad, yet her important contribution to embroidery is often overshadowed by the accomplishments of her more famous father. Includes exquisite images including close-up photographs of her embroideries. Interspersed within the chronological arrangement of objects are feature spreads highlighting particular aspects of May Morris's work.
Sherman NK942.M78 A4 2017

In the shadow of the Raj : Derry Moore in India
Moore, Derry, artist,
Munich ; Prestel, [2017]
"Derry Moore captures the India's unique visual identity from its Ancient and Medieval temples, through the Mughal period, up to the architecture of the European colonial era. In so doing, he captures the essence of India at a time before the homogenizing tide of globalization swept the country. Moore's architectural photographs of richly decorated temples, imposing colonnades, intricate multifoil arches, and formal gardens reflect the interaction between British and Indian styles. Featuring black-and-white photographs of the grand palaces and lavish, marble ballrooms that embody India's past, this book also explores Moore's portraits of cultural icons, high society women, as well as some of the servants and staff who form a continued, yet fading, presence within the architectural spaces. This comprehensive book will appeal to anyone who has a love of India, and the often breathtakingly beautiful, and timeless aesthetics of India's past, which can only be seen in the shadow of its present."--
Sherman TR659 .M645 2017

Lauren Greenfield : generation wealth
Greenfield, Lauren, photographer
London : Phaidon, 2017
"Lauren Greenfield: Generation Wealth is both a retrospective and an investigation into the subject of wealth over the last twenty-five years. Greenfield has traveled the world -- from Los Angeles to Moscow, Dubai to China -- bearing witness to the global boom-and-bust economy and documenting its complicated consequences. Provoking serious reflection, this book is not about the rich, but about the desire to be wealthy, at any cost"--
Sherman TR681.L44 G6955 2017

The work of MacKay-Lyons Sweetapple Architects : economy as ethic
McCarter, Robert, 1955- author
London : Thames & Hudson, 2017
An architecture of dialogue : lessons in architectural syntax / Juhani Pallasmaa -- Economy as ethic : critical practice and the cultivation of place / Robert McCarter -- Private houses -- Public architecture : place and occasion / Talbot Sweetapple -- Public places -- Origins / Brian MacKay-Lyons -- The work of MacKay-Lyons Sweetapple / Kenneth Frampton -- Postscript : the wind, the moon -- Awards.

The work of MacKay-Lyons Sweetapple Architects embodies two interrelated primary principles: economy and place. Economy as an ethical imperative leads to creating the 'maximal' experience with minimal form, material, and cost. Reinforcing this imperative is the architects' engagement of their place of practice, coastal Nova Scotia, and its climate, landform, and material culture. The practice has evolved plan types that allow the architects to engage the land and climate of their native Nova Scotia, and is also focused on the importance of the interior spatial experience. The work of MacKay-Lyons Sweetapple is predicated on the belief that what really matters in architecture is not fashion and form but the material culture of building and the making of places. The result, evident in the more than two hundred projects featured in the book, is both practical and poetic.
Sherman NA749.M318 A4 2017

Geometric computation : foundations for design
Ko, Joy, author
Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon ; Routledge, 2018
"Geometric Computation: foundations for design applications describes the mathematical and computational concepts that are central to the practical application of design computation in a manner tailored to the visual designer. Uniquely pairing key topics in code and geometry, this book develops the two key faculties required by designers that seek to integrate computation into their creative practice: an understanding of the structure of code in object-oriented programming, and a proficiency in the fundamental geometric constructs that underlie much of the computational media in visual design."--
Sherman NA2750 .K58 2018

Diamond Mountains : travel and nostalgia in Korean art
Soyoung Lee ; with Ahn Daehoe, Chin-Sung Chang, and Lee Soomi
New York : The Metropolitan Museum of Art, [2018]
An introduction to the Diamond Mountains -- Jeong Seon's Album of Mount Geumgang / Lee Soomi -- Picturing Diamond Mountains : True views and beyond / Soyoung Lee -- The landscape before the eyes : Mounts Geumgang, Fuji, and Huang / Chin-Sung Chang -- In praise of the Diamond Mountains : literary journeys / Ahn Daehoe.

"The Diamond Mountains, known in Korea as Mount Geumgang, are perhaps the most famous and emotionally resonant site on the Korean Peninsula, a breathtaking range of rocky peaks, waterfalls, lagoons, and man-made pavilions. For centuries the range has inspired cultural pride and a vast outpouring of creative expression. Yet since the partition of Korea in the 1940s, situating them in the North, the Diamond Mountains have remained largely inaccessible to visitors, shrouding the site in legend, loss, and longing. This book examines the visual representation of this remarkable landscape from the 18th century to the present day. It explores how Jeong Seon (1676-1759) revolutionized Korean painting with his Diamond Mountains landscapes, replacing conventional generic imagery with specific detail and indelibly influencing generations of artists in his wake. It also discusses the potency of these mountains as an emblem of Korean cultural identity, as reflected in literature and in exquisitely detailed album leaves, handscrolls, hanging scrolls, and screens. This magnificent volume is the first in English to survey this rich artistic tradition and bring these distant mountains into view"--
Sherman N8214.5.K7 D53 2018

Beyond the Nile : Egypt and the classical world
Jeffrey Spier, Timothy Potts, Sara E. Cole, editors
Los Angeles : The J. Paul Getty Museum, [2018]
Memphis, Minos, and Mycenae: Bronze Age contact between Egypt and the Aegean / Jorrit M. Kelder, Sara E. Cole, Eric H. Cline -- Contact points: Avaris and Pi-Ramesse / Manfred Bietak and Constance von Ruden -- In the midst of the great green: Egypto-Aegean trade and exchange / Jorrit M. Kelder and Eric H. Cline -- The sea peoples / Eric H. Cline -- The Greeks in Egypt: renewed contact in the Iron Age / Alexandra Villing -- Contact points: Memphis, Naukratis, and the Greek east / Henry P. Colburn -- The coming of Alexander and Egypt under Ptolemaic rule / -Alan B. Lloyd -- Contact points: Alexandria, a Hellenistic capital in Egypt / Thomas Landvatter -- King and pharaoh: religious encounters and the ruler cult in Ptolemaic Egypt / Stefano Caneva -- Portrait sculpture in Ptolemaic Egypt / Robert Steven Bianchi -- Multiculturalism in Ptolemaic and Roman Egypt: language contact through evidence from papyri and inscriptions / Luigi Prada -- Roman Egypt and Egypt in Rome / Rolf Schneider -- Contact points: the image and reception of Egypt and its gods in Rome / John Pollini -- Art and identity in Roman Egypt / Christina Riggs -- Traveling gods: the cults of Isis in the Roman Empire / Laurent Bricault -- Egypt and/in/as Rome / Miguel John Versluys.
Sherman N5603.L67 J253 2018

Axel Hütte
Köln : Verlag der Buchhandlung Walther König, [2017]
[Volume 1]. Frühwerk = early works / Axel Hütte [2017] -- [volume 2]. Night and day / Axel Hütte [2017].

Axel Hüttes Landschafts- und Architekturaufnahmen überraschen mit ungewöhnlichen Bildstrukturen und Wahrnehmungsphänomenen. Sie sind keine Dokumentationsfotos. Die Motive findet er in den großen Metropolen, auf alpinen Gletschern oder im südamerikanischen Dschungel. 0Das Buch präsentiert ca. 80 großformatige Nacht- und Tagbilder aus den Jahren 1995 bis 2017, darunter bislang unveröffentlichte Arbeiten aus Kanada und USA. Seinen Nachtzyklus begann Hütte mit spärlich beleuchteten Landschaften. In späteren Jahren fokussierte er den Blick auf illuminierte Großstädte in Europa, Amerika und Asien.00Exhibition: Museum Kunstpalast, Düsseldorf, Germany (23.09.2017-14.01.2018) / Josef-Albers-Museum, Bottrop, Germany (24.09.2017-07.01.2018).
Sherman TR647 .H88 2017

Axel Hütte
Köln : Verlag der Buchhandlung Walther König, [2017]
[Volume 1]. Frühwerk = early works / Axel Hütte [2017] -- [volume 2]. Night and day / Axel Hütte [2017].

Axel Hüttes Landschafts- und Architekturaufnahmen überraschen mit ungewöhnlichen Bildstrukturen und Wahrnehmungsphänomenen. Sie sind keine Dokumentationsfotos. Die Motive findet er in den großen Metropolen, auf alpinen Gletschern oder im südamerikanischen Dschungel. 0Das Buch präsentiert ca. 80 großformatige Nacht- und Tagbilder aus den Jahren 1995 bis 2017, darunter bislang unveröffentlichte Arbeiten aus Kanada und USA. Seinen Nachtzyklus begann Hütte mit spärlich beleuchteten Landschaften. In späteren Jahren fokussierte er den Blick auf illuminierte Großstädte in Europa, Amerika und Asien.00Exhibition: Museum Kunstpalast, Düsseldorf, Germany (23.09.2017-14.01.2018) / Josef-Albers-Museum, Bottrop, Germany (24.09.2017-07.01.2018).
Sherman TR647 .H88 2017

From appreciation to appropriation : indigenous influences and images in Australian visual art
curated by Christine Nicholls
Adelaide, S. Aust. : Flinders University Art Museum, 2000
Sherman ND1101 .F76 2000

The primacy of the image in Northern European art, 1400-1700 : essays in honor of Larry Silver
edited by Debra Taylor Cashion, Henry Luttikhuizen, Ashley D. West
Leiden ; Brill, [2017]
Part 1 : Early Netherlandish Painting and Prints -- Part 2 : Sixteenth-Century Netherlandish Painting -- Part 3 : Manuscripts, Patrons, and Printed Books -- Part 4 : Dürer and the Power of Pictures -- Part 5 : Prints and Printmaking -- Part 6 : Seventeenth-Century Painting.

An anthology of 42 essays by distinguished scholars on current research and methodology in the art history of the late medieval and early modern periods in Germany, France, the Netherlands, and Belgium, written in tribute to Larry Silver, Farquhar Professor of the History of Art at the University of Pennsylvania.
Sherman N6750 .P75 2017

They drew as they pleased. The hidden art of Disney's late golden age : the 1940s, Part two
Ghez, Didier, author
San Francisco : Chronicle Books, 2017
The storytellers -- 1. Eduardo Solá Franco -- 2. Johnny Walbridge -- 3. Jack Miller -- 4. Campbell Grant -- 5. James Bodrero -- 6. Martin Provensen.

"Walt Disney always envisioned the studios that bear his name remaining relevant by consistently taking creative risks and doing the unexpected. Heading into the 1940s, he crafted an entirely new division of the studio called the Character Model Department, which focused solely on the details of character development. This latest volume from famed Disney historian Didier Ghez profiles six remarkable artists from that department, sharing uncommon and never-before-seen images of their influential work behind the scenes. With vivid descriptions and passages from the artists' journals, this visually rich collection offers a rare view of the Disney artists whose work gave rise to many classic Disney characters, and who ultimately rewrote the future of character creation in animation."--Publisher's description.
Sherman NC1766.U52 D5413 2017

Picasso : tra cubismo e classicismo : 1915-1925
a cura di Olivier Berggruen ; con Anunciata von Liechtenstein
Milano : Skira, [2017]
Sherman N6853.P5 A4 2017c

Andrei Sharov
Sharov, Andrei (Artist), artist,
Milano, Italy : Skira, 2016
Andrei Sharov is a multidisciplinary artist of international repute whose projects have taken him all over the world. Like countless artists before him, Sharov is enthralled by theatre and dance and is a celebrated designer of costumes and stage sets. He is a couturier of great originality and flair, a photographer, and also a painter of note, with his temperament inevitably leading him toward the expressionistic, dramatic, and extravagant--a hallmark of all his projects--and toward increasingly brilliant, combustible hues. Because he works across disciplines, even though they might overlap, he does not want to belong to any particular group of artists, preferring the independence of an outsider. -- From page 7.
Sherman ND699.S4285 A4 2016

Richard Bell : positivity
Bell, Richard, 1953-
Fortitude Valley, BC Qld. : Institute of Modern Art, ©2007
Sherman ND1105.B455 A4 2007

Adolphe Braun : ein europäisches Photographie-Unternehmen und die Bildkünste im 19. Jahrhundert
Braun, Adolphe, 1812-1877
München : Schirmer/Mosel ; 2017
Sherman TR647 .B73 2017

Detour art : outsider, folk art, and visionary environments coast to coast
Ludwig, Kelly
Kansas City, Mo. : Kansas City Star Books, ©2007
Who and why -- What is this art? : a primer -- On collecting and visiting -- "Something to do in the winter" -- The Midwest. Garden of Eden : Samuel Perry (S.P.) Dinsmoor ; Deeble Rock Garden : Florence Deeble ; Dickeyville Grotto and Holy Ghost Park : Father Matthias Wernerus ; Robert E. (Eugene) Smith ; Bob Smithy ; Grotto of the Redemption : Father Paul Dobberstein ; The Forevertron : "Dr. Evermor" Tom Every ; Clarence and Grace Woolsey ; Trail of Tears Memorial : Larry Baggett ; Grandview : Nick Engelbert ; John Woods ; Russell Easterwood ; Kanza Art Field : Myron "M. T." Liggett ; Folk Art Emporium : Dan Slaughter ; Glenn Stark ; Woodland Sculpture Garden : James Tellen ; William J. "Prophet" Blackmon ; Stanley Szwarc ; Wisconsin Concrete Park : Fred Smith ; Prairie Moon Sculpture Garden : Herman Rusch ; Lanning Roadside Sculpture Park : Ralph Doss Lanning -- The South. Ab the Flagman : Roger Lee Ivens ; Leroy Almon ; Alabama Museum of Wonder : Butch Anthony ; Richard Burnside ; Jerry Coker ; Tom Haney ; Paradise Gardens : Reverend Howard Finster ; Margaret's Grocery : Reverend Hermon D. and Margaret Dennis ; Pearl Fryar ; Lonnie Holley ; Thornton "Buck" Dial, Sr. ; Garden of Salvation : Kenny Hill ; Shoe Yard Show : Viola "L. V." Hull ; Land of Pasaquan : "St. EOM" Eddie Owens Martin ; Kennith Humphrey ; Woodie Long ; Betty Sue Matthews ; Reuben "R. A." Miller ; Benjamin Franklin "B. F." Perkins ; "Missionary" Mary Proctor ; Sulton Rogers ; Miracle Cross Garden : William Carlton "W. C." Rice ; Harold Rittenberry ; William Thomas Thompson ; Mary Tillman "Mary T." Smith ; "The Button King" : Dalton Stevens ; Burgess Dulaney ; Jimmy Lee Sudduth ; Alfred "Big Al" Taplet ; Purvis Young ; Mose Tolliver ; Ruby C. Williams -- Appalachia. Minnie Adkins ; Lillian and Linvel Barker ; Georgia Blilzzard ; Binford "Benny" Carter ; Ronald and Jessie Cooper ; Homer Green ; Occoneechee Trapper's Lodge (aka Earth Museum) : Quinton Q.J. Stephenson ; Reverend Herman Hayes ; Hubert Walters ; Art World : James Harold Jennings ; Haw River Animal Crossing : Clyde Jones ; Joe Light ; Carl McKenzie ; J.L. Nipper ; Windmill Park : Vollis Simpson ; Stone Park : Enoch Tanner "E. T." Wickham -- The East. The Baltimore Glassman : Powell (Paul) Darmafall ; Merrill Densmore ; Stanley Greer ; Yard Show : Robert Howell ; Levent Isik ; Bill LaCivita ; Karl Mullen ; Matt Sesow ; Mr. Imagination : Gregory Warmack ; Melissa Polhamus -- The Southwest. Aztec Motel : Phyllis Evans ; Mamie Deschillie ; Carlos Cortez ; Dionicio Rodriguez ; Totem Pole Park : Ed Galloway ; Cathedral of Junk : Vince Hannemann ; Poe Dismuke ; The Bone Zone (aka Tiny Town) : Tammy Jean Lange ; Reverend Seymour Perkins ; Birdhouse Yard Show : Sam Mireles ; The Orange Show : Jeff McKissack (and the Art Car Parade) ; Rancho Bonito and Shaffer Hotel : Clem "Pop" Shaffer ; "The Flowerman" Cleveland Turner ; David Strickland -- The West. Ree Brown ; Gregory L. Blackstock ; Queen Califia's Magic Circle : Niki de Saint Phalle ; Elias Telles ; Ted Gordon ; Desert View Tower and Boulder Park Caves : Bert Vaughn and M.T. Ratcliffe ; Bottle trees : Elmer Long ; Salvation Mountain : Leonard Knight ; Watts Towers : Sabato (Simon or Sam) Rodia.
Sherman N7432.5.A78 L83 2007

Socks on my spoons
Von Rydingsvärd, Ursula, 1942-
[Amherst] : University Gallery, Fine Arts Center, University of Massachusetts Amherst, ©1996
Contains interview by Betsy Siersma conducted on Nov. 3, 1995 and March 1, 1996 (p. 8-25).
Sherman NB237.V58 A4 1996b

Aboriginal artists of the western desert : a biographical dictionary
Johnson, Vivien
Roseville East, NSW : Craftsman House : 1994
Sherman ND1101 .J64 1994

Treasures from the wreck of the unbelievable
Hirst, Damien, artist
Venice : Marsilio Editori S.p.A. ; April 2017
François Pinault -- Martin Bethenod -- The Coral Diver / Elena Geuna -- On the Nature of / Henri Loyrette -- Inventory / Simon Schama -- Discovering a Shipwreck / Franck Goddio -- Plates: Punta della Dogana ; Palazzo Grassi ; Cabinets ; Lightboxes ; Drawings.
Sherman Oversize N6797.H565 A4 2017b

Baca : art, collaboration & mural making
Mario Ontiveros ; foreword by Judith F. Baca
Santa Monica, California : Angel City Press, 2017
Collaborate first, then paint / Mario Ontiveros -- Reconstructing the curriculum at El Taller Siqueiros, c. 1977 : intensive course in mural painting in Cuernavaca / Andrea Lepage -- The Great Wall of Los Angeles -- Master's thesis -- Mural -- Baca after Siqueiros : redefining collaboration and activating space through polyangular perspective and dynamic realism / Anna Indych-López -- SPARC : igniting the community-based mural movement / Carlos Rogel -- Art and life : Judith F. Baca's legacy / Amalia Mesa-Bains.
Sherman ND237.B13 B33 2017

Thomas Struth
edited by Thomas Weski and Ulrich Wilmes ; with texts by Thomas Weski, Jana-Maria Hartmann, and Ulrich Wilmes, and a conversation between Okwui Enwezor and Thomas Struth
New York, New York : D.A.P./Distributed Art Publishers, Inc., 2017
"Since the 1990s, Thomas Struth has been one of the most renowned and influential photographers of the German art scene. A brilliant conceptualist with an unerring eye for color, Struth studied painting under Gerhard Richter and photography under Bernd and Hilla Becher, a combination that decisively influenced his vision. This volume collects more than 120 representative photographs from each series in Struth's oeuvre, including: early street photographs from the 1970s and '80s ('Unconscious Places'); the "Family Portraits" series; the "Museum Photographs"; "Nature and Politics"; the jungle photographs ("New Pictures from Paradise"); and, from his latest series, images from the realm of science. Also included are previously unpublished works from the photographer's archive. The largest and most comprehensive survey of the artist's work to date, this superbly illustrated volume includes scholarly essays by curators Thomas Weski and Ulrich Wilmes, as well as photographer Jana-Maria Hartmann. An interview with the artist by Okwui Enwezor, Director of Haus der Kunst, provides valuable insight into Struth's career and ideas."
Sherman Oversize TR647 .S87 2017

The Louisiana book
Dijkstra, Rineke, 1959- photographer
Louisiana, Denmark : Louisiana Museum of Modern Art ; 2017
In her large photographs and films, Dutch artist Rineke Dijkstra manages to capture people who have stopped somewhere - in a park, on a beach, at a party, in life - so that they are present to an astonishing degree, right there in that very moment. The artist is typically interested in transitions, the stages of life when we are on the way to becoming ourselves plus something else. Adolescents who stand somewhat insecure in swimsuits on the beach. The dancer who is fully immersed in music at a club. The young person who has put on a military uniform. The woman who has just given birth.
Sherman Oversize TR647 .D535 2017

Nalini Malani : the rebellion of the dead = la rébellion des morts : retrospective 1969-2018
curator, Sophie Duplaix ; translation from the English, Jean-François Cornu
Paris : Centre Pompidou ; [2017]
"A pioneering artist in film, photography, video art and performance, Indian artist Nalini Malani is a transition figure between the modern and contemporary art of her country. Her work, which criticizes the political situation in India, is based not only on an iconography typical of the subcontinent's culture, but also on Western artistic and literary tradition. Through this circuit Nalini Malani evokes the concepts underlying her work: utopias, dystopia, and her vision of India and the position of women throughout the world. The Centre Pompidou is staging France's first retrospective of the Indian artist Nalini Malani."
Sherman N7310.M36 A4 2017

Ornament is crime : modernist architecture
Gibberd, Matt, author
London ; Phaidon Press Limited, [2017]
Ornament is Crime is a celebration and a thought-provoking reappraisal of modernist architecture. The book proposes that modernism need no longer be confined by traditional definitions, and can be seen in both the iconic works of the modernist canon by Le Corbusier, Mies van der Rohe, and Walter Gropius, as well as in the work of some of the best contemporary architects of the twenty-first century. This book is a visual manifesto and a celebration of the most important architectural movement in modern history.
Sherman NA682.M63 G53 2017

Making beauty : the Ginori Porcelain Manufactory and its progeny of statues
edited by Tomaso Montanari and Dimitrios Zikos ; with the collaboration of Cristiano Giometti and Marino Marini
Florence : Mandragora, [2017]
The porcelain of Doccia made its mark on the history of artistic manufactory with its refined production inspired by Antique masterpieces. The catalogue, rich with illustrations, accompanies the exhibit staged by the Museo Nazionale del Bargello, providing useful tools for visitors so as to reconstruct and examine the development of the artefacts of this particular production technique, in general, and specifically to trace the history of the Doccia manufactory's success. The essays are divided in two parts: the first reconstructs the history of the manufactory opened by the Marquis Ginori in 1735 and the state of art produced in studios of porcelain. The second provides a series of case studies dedicated to the more interesting themes regarding the reproduction in porcelain of great ancient sculptures, as well as some more significant works realized by the manufactory, like the Tempietto of Cortona or the great Fireplace. The catalogue concludes with a series of entries elaborating on the 17 works featured in the exhibit. Exhibition: Museo Nazionale del Bargello, Florence, Italy (18.05.-01.10.2017).
Sherman NK4210.M27 A4 2017

Modern vintage homes & leisure lives : ghosts & glamour
Holland, Samantha
London : Palgrave Macmillan, [2018]
1. Introduction -- 2. Studying Vintage (Or, What I Did) -- 3. "With Sentiment Still Attached": An Overview of Vintage -- 4. "A Form of Time Travel": Everyday Vintage -- 5. "Search for Hours in a Dark Room": Finding vintage -- 6. Expertise, Knowledge & Inherited Memories -- 7. Dressing Up and 'Wardrobe Moments' -- 8. 'Sensual and Imaginative': Glamour & the Vintage Body -- 9. Virtual & Physical: Vintage Places & Spaces -- 10. Conclusion: "I Like Living with the Past". .

This book explores the meanings and practices of vintage lives. It focuses on the non-mainstream subculture of vintage clothes and lifestyle, specifically that of the 1940s, 1950s and 1960s, and asks how those engaged in the culture place themselves within the gendered and classed contexts of these eras. As a result, it also identifies the tensions involved in these identities connected to a past that offered little gain for women and narrow gender roles for both women and men. The book is based on original empirical international data about a group of people who wear vintage clothing all of the time and whose homes are styled entirely, or almost entirely, vintage. It aims to understand the meanings of vintage for them through their daily practices and accrued knowledge. Through interviews and direct observations of vintage events it also explores questions about the acquisition, display and curation of vintage clothes, homes and objects, about glamour and wardrobes, about the history of second-hand markets, and emotional durability and ideas about ghosts, hauntings and spectral remains.
Sherman NK2113 .H65 2018

Kuniyoshi : il visionario del mondo fluttuante
Utagawa, Kuniyoshi, 1798-1861, artist
Milano : Skira, [2017]
Sherman NE1325.U78 A4 2017c

Visual ethics : a guide for photographers, journalists, and filmmakers
Lester, Paul Martin, author
New York, NY : Routledge, 2018
Sherman TR183 .L47 2018

Graphic devices and the early decorated book
edited by Michelle P. Brown, Ildar H. Garipzanov and Benjamin C. Tilghman
Woodbridge, Suffolk : The Boydell Press, 2017
Introduction: The role of graphic devices in understanding the early decorated book -- I. Graphic devices in the early medieval book: cross-cultural perspectives on a comples pheomenon: "In the image and likeness of God": the dedication monogram in the calendar of 354 and early medieval monogrammatic initials / Ildar H. Garipzanov -- 'Character' and the power of the letter / David Ganz -- Tangled voices: writing, drawing and the Anglo-Saxon decorated initial / Catherine E. Karkov -- Graphic visualization in liturgical manuscripts in the early Middle Ages: the initial "O" in the Sacramentary of Gellone / Eric Palazzo -- Graphic quire marks and Qur'anic verse markers in Frankish and Islamic manuscripts from the seventh and eighth centuries / Lawrence Nees -- The graphic cross as salvific mark and organizing principle: making, marking, shaping / Cynthia Hahn -- II. Insular and Carolingian graphicacy: shared practices in divergent settings: The visual rhetoric of insular decorated incipit openings / Michelle P. Brown -- The relationship between letter and frame in insular and Carolingian manuscripts / Tina Bawden -- Patterns of meaning in insular manuscripts: Folio 183r in the Book of Kells / Benjamin C. Tilghman -- Graphic and figural representation in Touronian Gospel illumination / Beatric Kitzinger -- III. Contrast and commonality: Byzantine manuscripts: Meaning from the margins: graphic signs, frames and initials in a ninth-century Byzantine manuscript / Leslie Brubaker -- An exercise in extravagance and abundance: some thoughts on the marginalia decorata in the Codex Parasinus graecus 216 / Kallirroe Linardou -- IV. Embeddding graphic devices in understanding the complete codex: externalizstion and internalization: The cross on the book: diagram, ornament, materiality / David Ganz -- Graphic glosses and argumentative ornament / Herbert L. Kessler.

The early medieval decorated book illuminates our understanding of the processes of cultural transition from late Antiquity to the Middle Ages and from a trans-continental super-power to western and eastern nation states and revivals of empire - Byzantine and Carolingian. The study of 'graphicacy' (graphic devices, such as inscribed letters and decorative symbols, used to convey information on the text) is emerging as a pivotal tool for understanding how the graphic architecture of the book played a role in the dissemination and reception of thought. The essays in this volume add to the growing scholarship on the medieval schematic and diagramming imagination, exploring some of the many ways in which the spatial arrangement and patterning of text, graphic sign, and figural image generated meaning for medieval viewers, readers, and performers of the written word. Among the individual topics addressed are monograms; the appearance of the cross in early medieval Christian manuscripts; and Anglo-Saxon decorated initials.
Sherman ND2920 .G73 2017

Frank Lloyd Wright : buildings for the prairie
Milwaukee, Wisconsin : Milwaukee Art Museum, 2017
In celebration of Frank Lloyd Wright's 150th birthday, the Milwaukee Art Museum presents Frank Lloyd Wright: Buildings for the Prairie featuring a selection of the famed architect's designs from the Wasmuth Portfolio and examples of his furniture, stained glass and textiles. Although highly regarded as one of the best American architects of his generation, by 1909 Wright had reached a professional impasse. Spurred by his inability to gain commercial commissions and his scandalous affair with a former client, Wright left for Italy and Germany in 1910. In Florence, Wright found inspiration in his architectural surroundings, and there he worked on illustrations and text for a monograph on his work to be published by the Berlin firm of Ernst Wasmuth. The Wasmuth Portfolio introduced the architect's work to his European contemporaries and is largely credited with profoundly influencing the direction of 20th-century architecture. Collectors and museums alike prize the portfolio for its historic importance and for the beauty of the images. Exhibition: Milwaukee Art Museum, USA (28.07.-15.10.2017).
Sherman NA737.W7 A4 2017

Ancient ivory : masterpieces of the Assyrian empire
Herrmann, Georgina, author
London : Thames & Hudson, 2017
Preface: from discovery to destruction -- Introduction: masterpieces of ancient ivory -- The city of Nimrud and it's discovery -- Ah, Assyria! -- The Phoenicians: master craftsmen -- Syro-phoenician ivories -- The ivories of North Syria -- the influence of regionalism on furniture and the minor arts -- The age of Ivory.

Ivory is a wonderful material: tactile, beautiful, workable into many different forms and the strongest in the animal kingdom. Unfortunately for the elephant, it has been highly prized from the Palaeolithic to the present day, in part by virtue of its rarity and the difficulty of acquiring it. During the early first millennium bc - the "Age of Ivory" - literally thousands of carved ivories found their way to the Assyrian capital city of Kalhu, or modern Nimrud, in northern Iraq. The majority were not made there, in the heart of ancient Assyria, but arrived as gift, tribute or booty gathered by the Assyrian kings from the small neighbouring states of the ancient Middle Eastern world. The ivories were first unearthed in the mid-19th century by renowned Victorian traveller and adventurer Austen Henry Layard, but it was not until the mid-20th century that the extent of the treasure was realized by Max Mallowan, the archaeologist husband of Agatha Christie. Thousands of extraordinary ivories have since been excavated from the ruins of the ancient city's extravagant palaces, temples and forts.
Sherman NK5860 .H46 2017

Harald Szeemann : museum of obsessions
edited by Glenn Phillips and Philipp Kaiser, with Doris Chon and Pietro Rigolo ; with contributions by Beatrice von Bismarck, Doris Chon, Carolyn Christov-Bakargiev, Philipp Kaiser, Megan R. Luke, Glenn Phillips, Pietro Rigolo, Mariana Roquette Teixeira ; and interviews with Tobia Bezzola, Tania Bruguera, Christo, Klaus Honnef, Anda Rottenberg, and Gilberto Zorio
Los Angeles, California : Getty Research Institute, [2018]
Foreword / Thomas W. Gaehtgens -- Introduction: The Kingdom of Obsessions / Glenn Phillips -- Interview with Tobia Bezzola / Glenn Phillips -- Interview with Christo / Glenn Phillips -- Interview with Gilberto Zorio / Glenn Phillips -- Interview with Klaus Honnef / Philipp Kaiser and Glenn Phillips -- Harald Szeemann's Museum of Obsessions, between Parody and Consecration / Doris Chon -- The Grandfather Exhibition: A Sort of Manifesto / Mariana Roquette Teixeira -- Repeat the Unique Thing: Love, the Artwork, Life / Pietro Rigolo -- An Art History of Intensive Intentions / Megan R. Luke -- Essay 5 / Carolyn Christov-Bakargiev -- When Attitudes Become a Profession: Harald Szeemann's Self-Referential Practice and the Art of the Exhibition / Beatrice von Bismarck -- The Avant-garde of Silence: Harald Szeemann's Sculpture Exhibitions of the 1980s / Philipp Kaiser -- Interview with Anda Rottenberg / Doris Chon -- Interview with Tania Bruguera / Glenn Phillips -- Pioneers Like Us / Glenn Phillips.

"An examination of the career of the influential Swiss curator Harald Szeemann (1933-2005), drawing on his extensive archive and library housed at the Getty Research Institute, Los Angeles"--Provided by publisher.
Sherman Oversize N7483.S97 H36 2018

Kader Attia : sacrifice and harmony
edited by Susanne Gaensheimer and Klaus Görner ; translations, Volker Ellerbeck and 4 others
Bielefeld : Kerber Verlag, [2016]
"The catalogue for the exhibition 'Kader Attia: Sacrifice and Harmony' brings together a wealth of materials, images, and texts on the new works of the French artist. In addition to transcriptions of various interviews from the large video installation 'Reason's Oxymorons,' which are being published for the first time, the book also contains essays on his concepts of 'repair' as well as a talk on the topic by the artist. Both the exhibition and catalogue deal in great depth with historical and current forms of sacrifice with reference to the 'politics of fear' that dominates our social situation today"--
Sherman N6853.A832 A4 2016

Architects' houses
Webb, Michael, 1937- author
Hudson, New York : Princeton Architectural Press, [2018]
Norman Foster -- Buzz Yudell & Tina Beebe -- Smiljan Radic -- Richard Murphy -- Jennifer Beningfield -- Thom Mayne -- John Wardle -- Hans Van Heeswijk -- Anton Garcia Abril & Débora Mesa -- Todd Saunders -- Jim Olson -- Mauricio Pezo & Sofia von Ellrichshausen -- Helle Schröder & Martin Janekovic -- Peter & Thomas Gluck -- Robert Konieczny -- Scott Johnson -- José Selgas & Lucia Cano -- Don Murphy -- Andrea & Luca Ponsi -- Cristian Undurraga -- Susanne Nobis -- Remo Halter & Thomas Lussi -- Ramon Bosch & Elisabeta Capdeferro -- Kulapat Yantrasast -- Kerry Hill -- Maarten & Jetty Min -- Brigitte Shim & Howard Sutcliffe -- Benny Govaert -- Tod Williams & Billie Tsien -- Günther Domenig.

These are no case studies of the shoemaker's son, but rather houses architects have designed and built for themselves, preserving the most daring, sensual, and clever design moves, details, and materials for the spaces they and their families occupy. Thirty world-famous architects, from seventeen countries on four continents, open their doors and invite us in for an intimate tour of their own homes. In the process, they offer a treasure trove of ideas for home owners, practitioners, and interior designers, where professional experimentation intersects with day-to-day living in contemporary spaces showcasing diverse design concepts tailor-made to specific locations, costs, and materials, detailed in 400 photographs, drawings, and plans. This lavishly illustrated book brims with ideas and inspiration from many of the world's best architects, from Thom Mayne and Jim Olson to Jennifer Benningfield, about where and how they live and how we can all live more comfortably, too.
Sherman NA7195.A7 W43 2018

Gazing ball paintings
Koons, Jeff, 1955- artist
New York : Gagosian, [2017]
Sherman Oversize N6537.K645 A4 2017

Modern masters from Latin America : the Pérez Simón collection
edited by Roxana Velásquez Martínez del Campo ; with essays by Rocío G. Guerrero Mondoño, Gerardo Mosquera, Roxana Velásquez Martínez del Campo
[San Diego, California] : The San Diego Museum of Art, [2017]
This catalogue will accompany the exhibition that will take place at the San Diego Museum of the Arts, celebrating the multifaceted history of Latin American modernism with an exhibition given by one of the most important private collections in the world. "Modern Masters from Latin America: The Pérez Simón Collection" traces the trajectory from the late 1800s to the first decade of our century, expressing the work of seminal figures from countries such as Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Cuba, Mexico, Peru, Brazil and Uruguay. Among the artists participating in this exhibition are Fernando Botero, Alfredo Castañeda, Pedro Figari, Gunther Gerzso, Felix Gonzalez-Torres, Frida Kahlo, Wifredo Lam, Roberto Matta, Alfredo Ramos Martinez, Diego Rivera, Kazuya Sakai, David Alfaro Siqueiros, Jesús Rafael Soto, Lino Eneas Spilimbergo, Rufino Tamayo and Joaquín Torres-García.
Sherman ND202.5 .M63 2017

Palazzo della civiltà Italiana
edited and art direction by Mario Piazza ; essay by Franco La Cecla ; intermezzos, Marco Biraghi, Gianni Canova, Stefano Chiodi, Valerio Magrelli ; English translation, Sylvia Adrian Notini
New York, NY : Rizzoli International Publications, Inc., 2017
The Square Colosseum : how to de-eternalize a city / Franco La Cecla -- Between proportion and disproportion : the Square Colosseum on the silver screen / Gianni Canova -- Palazzo della Civiltà Italiana : icon and theorem / Marco Biraghi -- The Palazzo as image / Stefano Chiodi -- The great crossword puzzle / Valerio Magrelli -- A challenge, a dream come true / Pietro Beccari and Marco Costanzi -- The Palazzo della Civiltà Italiana : through the camera lens / Karl Lagerfeld, Herbert List, William Klein, Franco Fontana, Gianni Berengo Gardin, Josef Koudelka, Gabriele Basilico, Massimo Siragusa, Andrea Jemolo -- Press review.

In 2015, the storied fashion house Fendi moved its headquarters into the Palazzo della Civilta Italiana in Rome, a stark white cube perforated by symmetrical arches. Originally commissioned as part of an exhibition on Roman civilization for the 1942 world's fair, the architects took their cues from ancient history to create a building that was quintessentially Roman yet decidedly modern, earning its nickname the Square Colosseum. Because of its striking appearance and iconic status, the palazzo subsequently made appearances in a number of films by directors such as Roberto Rossellini, Federico Fellini, and Peter Greenaway. The building remained relatively abandoned throughout much of its existence, until its recent inhabitance by the always forward-thinking house of Fendi, an experience which Karl Lagerfeld has likened to being on a spaceship transported into the future.
Sherman Oversize NA4425.I82 P3513 2017

All about Yves
Ormen, Catherine, author
London : Laurence King Publishing , 2017
Yves Saint Laurent is one of the world's most famous designers, who's haute couture collections have deeply marked society and revolutionised the image of women. 'All About Yves' documents the life of this great designer, from his childhood, to the seminal moments of his career, up until his death in 2008. This one-of-a-kind book includes unseen sketches and photographs of Saint Laurent's key collections, as well as fascinating removable documents that include handwritten letters, paper dolls, contact sheets, magazines and invitations.
Sherman Special TT505.S24 O7613 2017

Meret Oppenheim : works in dialogue from Max Ernst to Mona Hatoum
edited by Guido Comis, Maria Giuseppina Di Monte
Milano : Skira Editore, 2017
Museo d'arte della Svizzera italiana presents the exhibition 'Works in dialogue from Max Ernst to Mona Hatoum', dedicated to one of the most famous artists of the twentieth century, shown here alongside major exponents of the Dada and Surrealist movements as well figures of importance on the contemporary art scene. The works exhibited reveal the close-knit relationships between Meret and the older and often already established artists of that day and age; most importantly, however, they underscore the independence of this artist, who was close to Surrealism not because she wished to emulate it, but because she saw in Breton's movement the expression of a sensibility that was similar to her own:'It is not I who looked for the Surrealists, it is they who found me'. The exhibition thus releases Meret Oppenheim from the image of muse and model that has often unfairly obscured her work in the past.
Sherman N6888.O6 A4 2017b

Photocat
Sacha de Boer, chief editor
Amsterdam : Schilt Publishing, [2017]
As lovers of cats Schilt Publishing & Gallery invited professional photographers to submit their best work to make this a collection of cat photography "like you've never seen before."
Sherman TR729.C3 P465 2017

The Paston treasure : microcosm of the known world
edited by Andrew Moore, Nathan Flis, and Francesca Vanke ; designed by Miko McGinty
New Haven : Yale Center for British Art ; 2018
The Paston Treasure, a spectacular painting from the 1660s now held at Norwich Castle Museum, depicts a wealth of objects from the collection of a local landed family. This deeply researched volume uses the painting as a portal to the history of the collection, exploring the objects, their context, and the wider world they occupied. Drawing on an impressive range of fields, including history of art and collections, technical art history, musicology, history of science, and the social and cultural history of the 17th century, the book weaves together narratives of the family and their possessions, as well as the institutions that eventually acquired them. Essays, vignettes, and catalogue entries comprise this multidisciplinary exposition, uniting objects depicted in the painting for the first time in nearly 300 years.
Sherman N5202.E5 P37 2018

Francisco Toledo
Toledo, Francisco, 1940- artist
Ciudad de México : CitiBanamex, 2016-2017
Vol. I. works 1957-1970 / Academic coordination and research: Juan Rafael Coronel Rivera ; texts: Alberto Blanco, Juan Rafael Coronel Rivera, Cándida Fernández de Calderón, Jane Fraser, David Huerta, Gonzalo Vélez -- Vol II. works 1970-1990 / Academic coordination and research: Juan Rafael Coronel Rivera ; texts: Francisco Calvo Serraller, Edward J. Sullivan -- Vol. III. works 1990-2017 / Academic coordination and research: Juan Rafael Coronel Rivera ; texts: Dore Ashton, Juan Rafael Coronel Rivera, Luis Carlos Emerich, Cándida Fernández de Calderón, Jane Fraser, Ernesto Lumbreras, Jorge Alberto Manrique, Jaime Moreno Villareal, Guillermo Santos -- Vol. IV. works 1957-2017 / Academic coordination and research: Juan Rafael Coronel Rivera ; texts: Rosa Casanova, Juan Rafael Coronel Rivera, Alfredo López Austín, Helga Prignitz-Poda, and María Cristina Torales Pacheco.
Sherman Oversize N6559.T65 A88 2017

Francisco Toledo
Toledo, Francisco, 1940- artist
Ciudad de México : CitiBanamex, 2016-2017
Vol. I. works 1957-1970 / Academic coordination and research: Juan Rafael Coronel Rivera ; texts: Alberto Blanco, Juan Rafael Coronel Rivera, Cándida Fernández de Calderón, Jane Fraser, David Huerta, Gonzalo Vélez -- Vol II. works 1970-1990 / Academic coordination and research: Juan Rafael Coronel Rivera ; texts: Francisco Calvo Serraller, Edward J. Sullivan -- Vol. III. works 1990-2017 / Academic coordination and research: Juan Rafael Coronel Rivera ; texts: Dore Ashton, Juan Rafael Coronel Rivera, Luis Carlos Emerich, Cándida Fernández de Calderón, Jane Fraser, Ernesto Lumbreras, Jorge Alberto Manrique, Jaime Moreno Villareal, Guillermo Santos -- Vol. IV. works 1957-2017 / Academic coordination and research: Juan Rafael Coronel Rivera ; texts: Rosa Casanova, Juan Rafael Coronel Rivera, Alfredo López Austín, Helga Prignitz-Poda, and María Cristina Torales Pacheco.
Sherman Oversize N6559.T65 A88 2017

Francisco Toledo
Toledo, Francisco, 1940- artist
Ciudad de México : CitiBanamex, 2016-2017
Vol. I. works 1957-1970 / Academic coordination and research: Juan Rafael Coronel Rivera ; texts: Alberto Blanco, Juan Rafael Coronel Rivera, Cándida Fernández de Calderón, Jane Fraser, David Huerta, Gonzalo Vélez -- Vol II. works 1970-1990 / Academic coordination and research: Juan Rafael Coronel Rivera ; texts: Francisco Calvo Serraller, Edward J. Sullivan -- Vol. III. works 1990-2017 / Academic coordination and research: Juan Rafael Coronel Rivera ; texts: Dore Ashton, Juan Rafael Coronel Rivera, Luis Carlos Emerich, Cándida Fernández de Calderón, Jane Fraser, Ernesto Lumbreras, Jorge Alberto Manrique, Jaime Moreno Villareal, Guillermo Santos -- Vol. IV. works 1957-2017 / Academic coordination and research: Juan Rafael Coronel Rivera ; texts: Rosa Casanova, Juan Rafael Coronel Rivera, Alfredo López Austín, Helga Prignitz-Poda, and María Cristina Torales Pacheco.
Sherman Oversize N6559.T65 A88 2017

Francisco Toledo
Toledo, Francisco, 1940- artist
Ciudad de México : CitiBanamex, 2016-2017
Vol. I. works 1957-1970 / Academic coordination and research: Juan Rafael Coronel Rivera ; texts: Alberto Blanco, Juan Rafael Coronel Rivera, Cándida Fernández de Calderón, Jane Fraser, David Huerta, Gonzalo Vélez -- Vol II. works 1970-1990 / Academic coordination and research: Juan Rafael Coronel Rivera ; texts: Francisco Calvo Serraller, Edward J. Sullivan -- Vol. III. works 1990-2017 / Academic coordination and research: Juan Rafael Coronel Rivera ; texts: Dore Ashton, Juan Rafael Coronel Rivera, Luis Carlos Emerich, Cándida Fernández de Calderón, Jane Fraser, Ernesto Lumbreras, Jorge Alberto Manrique, Jaime Moreno Villareal, Guillermo Santos -- Vol. IV. works 1957-2017 / Academic coordination and research: Juan Rafael Coronel Rivera ; texts: Rosa Casanova, Juan Rafael Coronel Rivera, Alfredo López Austín, Helga Prignitz-Poda, and María Cristina Torales Pacheco.
Sherman Oversize N6559.T65 A88 2017

Studien zur ottonischen Buchmalerei
Kuder, Ulrich
Kiel : Ludwig, c2018
Die Habilitationsschrift von Ulrich Kuder ist bis heute die umfassendste Untersuchung zu ottonischer Buchmalerei. Alle 397 bekannten Handschriften werden hier zusammengestellt, vorgestellt und bezüglich ihrer Vorlagen, ihrer Stilsprache und Motive diskutiert. Dabei erfahren die Sinnerschließung einzelner Miniaturen und die Frage nach den Spezifika ottonischer Kunst besondere Aufmerksamkeit. Dreißig Jahre lang war die Arbeit der Forschung fast unzugänglich und hat deshalb nicht die Beachtung gefunden, die ihr zusteht. Mit dem hier vorgelegten Druck im modernen Satz wird sie - ergänzt durch ein Register, durch ein Verzeichnis der nach 1989 zur ottonischen Buchmalerei veröffentlichten Arbeiten Kuders und eine Einleitung des Herausgebers - der Fachwelt und den Freunden mittelalterlicher Buchmalerei ungekürzt und unverändert zur Verfügung gestellt.
Sherman ND3151 .K83 2018

Studien zur ottonischen Buchmalerei
Kuder, Ulrich
Kiel : Ludwig, c2018
Die Habilitationsschrift von Ulrich Kuder ist bis heute die umfassendste Untersuchung zu ottonischer Buchmalerei. Alle 397 bekannten Handschriften werden hier zusammengestellt, vorgestellt und bezüglich ihrer Vorlagen, ihrer Stilsprache und Motive diskutiert. Dabei erfahren die Sinnerschließung einzelner Miniaturen und die Frage nach den Spezifika ottonischer Kunst besondere Aufmerksamkeit. Dreißig Jahre lang war die Arbeit der Forschung fast unzugänglich und hat deshalb nicht die Beachtung gefunden, die ihr zusteht. Mit dem hier vorgelegten Druck im modernen Satz wird sie - ergänzt durch ein Register, durch ein Verzeichnis der nach 1989 zur ottonischen Buchmalerei veröffentlichten Arbeiten Kuders und eine Einleitung des Herausgebers - der Fachwelt und den Freunden mittelalterlicher Buchmalerei ungekürzt und unverändert zur Verfügung gestellt.
Sherman ND3151 .K83 2018

Laokoon in der Frühen Neuzeit
Schmälzle, Christoph, author
Frankfurt am Main : Stroemfeld, [2018]
Sherman NB105.A34 S36 2018

Laokoon in der Frühen Neuzeit
Schmälzle, Christoph, author
Frankfurt am Main : Stroemfeld, [2018]
Sherman NB105.A34 S36 2018

Devendra Banhart : sphinx interiors & other works
Banhart, Devendra, artist
Modena (Italy) : Galleria Mazzoli editore, [2014]
Sherman N6537.B177 A4 2014

Walter De Maria : The lightning field
photography, John Cliett
New York : Dia Art Foundation, [2017]
The field of representation / by Jessica Morgan -- Some facts, notes, data, information, statistics, and statements / by Walter De Maria -- The Lightning field / photography by John Cliett -- Technical development of the Lightning field, 1976-1977 / by Robert Fosdick -- Photographic image recording of the Lightning field, 1978-1979 / by John Cliett.

"Walter De Maria: The Lightning Field presents never-before-seen photographs of this Land art masterpiece and its surrounding western New Mexico landscape. Photographer John Cliett was commissioned by Walter De Maria and Dia Art Foundation to document this enigmatic artwork over two seasons in 1978 and 1979, but until now nearly all the resulting shots remained in the artist's archives. Tracing the course of a typical twenty-four hour visit to the site, the selection of images shows, for the first time, the rich complexity of site and land. This publication also includes the artist's 1980 text on The Lightning Field, "Some Facts, Notes, Data, Information, Statistics, and Statements," originally published in Artforum; a selection of unpublished primary documents from Dia's and the artist's archives, including the photographer's own notes and reports; and an essay by Dia director Jessica Morgan on De Maria's complex relationship with photography." -- Publisher's description
Sherman N6537.D432 A68 2017b

Borrowed light : selections from the Jack Shear collection
editing and sequencing by Ian Berry and Jack Shear ; photography by Arthur Evans
Saratoga Springs, New York : The Frances Young Tang Teaching Museum and Art Gallery at Skidmore College ; 2017
Culled from the idiosyncratic collection of photographer and curator Jack Shear, recently gifted to the Tang Teaching Museum, this selection of photographs offers a highly immersive viewing experience. Page after page of images allow the reader to make their own connections across time, place, style, and technique. Modeled after Sam Wagstaff's seminal 1978 "A book of photographs," this volume features work by history's most revered photographers, alongside anonymous snapshots, press photos, and even images from NASA's collection. Surprising and wholly absorbing, this collection celebrates every aspect of the photographic medium.
Sherman TR650 .B59 2017

Perfection's therapy : an essay on Albrecht Dürer's Melencolia I
Merback, Mitchell B., author
New York : Zone Books, 2017
An "Allegory of Deep Speculative Thought" -- Restless Eye, Captive Mind -- Therapies of the Image in the Age of Dürer -- The Narrative Quality of Melancholia -- The Artist as Medicus, Part 1 : Practices of the Self -- The Artist as Medicus, Part 2 : Soul Services.

Albrecht Dürer's famous portrayal of creative effort in paralysis, the unsurpassed masterpiece of copperplate engraving titled 'Melencolia I', has stood for centuries as a pictorial summa of knowledge about the melancholic temperament, a dense allegory of the limits of earthbound arts and sciences and the impossibility of attaining perfection. Dubbed the "image of images" for being the most zealously interpreted picture in the Western canon, 'Melencolia I' also presides over the origins of modern iconology, art history's own science of meaning. Yet we are left with a clutter of mutually contradictory theories, a historiographic ruin that confirms the mood of its object. In 'Perfection's Therapy', Mitchell Merback reopens the case file and argues for a hidden intentionality in 'Melencolia's' opacity, its structural "chaos," and its resistance to allegorical closure. That intentionality, he argues, points toward a fascinating possibility never before considered: that Dürer's masterpiece is not only an arresting diagnosis of melancholic distress, but an innovative instrument for its undoing. Merback deftly resituates Dürer's image within the long history of the therapeutic artifact. Placing Dürer's therapeutic project in dialogue with that of humanism's founder, Francesco Petrarch, Merback also unearths Dürer's ambition to act as a physician of the soul. Celebrated as the "Apelles of the black line" in his own day, and ever since as Germany's first Renaissance painter-theorist, the Dürer we encounter here is also the first modern Christian artist, addressing himself to the distress of souls, including his own. 'Melencolia' thus emerges as a key reference point in a venture of spiritual-ethical therapy, a work designed to exercise the mind, restore the body's equilibrium, and help in getting on with the undertaking of perfection.
Sherman NE654.D9 A673 2017

SCDA landscape
SCDA Architects
Mulgrave, Victoria : Images Publishing Group Pty Ltd, 2017
SCDA Landscape forms an integral part in the firm's holistic approach to design that integrates architecture, interiors and landscape. Reinforcing a dialogue between Internal and External space, projects range in scale from private residential homes, hotels and resorts to mixed-use developments and master plans in various countries within Asia, North America and Europe. The approach follows an inherent classical flow of space, with layering of hardscape and planting elements forming outdoor rooms, extensions of internal living spaces. Proportion, materiality and detail are defining elements that create serene, enduring and defined spaces that enhance the negative spaces between buildings. Sculpture, furniture and lighting are considered at the conceptual stage, important elements in the formation of the overall landscaped approach. The sensory experience of water is utilised and integrated with contemporary landscape elements to structure space, define hierarchy and strengthen the sense of place.
Sherman NA2542.35 .S33 2017

Die Macht der Gottheit im Bild : archäologische Studien zur griechischen Götterstatue
Hölscher, Fernande, author
Heidelberg : Verlag Antike, [2017]
"Im antiken Griechenland suchten die Menschen, der Gottheit im dinglichen Gegenüber zu begegnen. Seit früher Zeit gab es Orte, die als Erinnerungsstützen für die Präsenz der Götter dienten, die halfen, die Götter, wie sie vor allem durch Homer und Hesiod vermittelt waren, zu imaginieren. Dem gegenüber wurde mit Kultbildern in größerem Format seit dem 8./7. Jahrhundert v. Chr. eine neue Qualität erreicht: Die Götter standen nun leibhaftig vor den Augen der Verehrenden, die sie wie ihresgleichen pflegten, an andere Orte brachten, mit Dank und Bitten in ihr persönliches Leben einbezogen. Die Nähe, die sich in Gestalt der Götterstatuen als 'Personen' auftat, war späteren rationalen Kritikern suspekt, welche die Materialhaftigkeit der Bilder in den Vordergrund stellten und damit die 'lebendige' Macht der Götterbilder leugneten. Die These dieser Zusammenschau der Kultbilder vom 8. bis zum 4. Jahrhundert v. Chr. ist jedoch, dass man durchweg Strategien entwickelte, diese Materialität in Ritualen und Geschichten zu überspielen, weil man das lebendig erfahrene Bild zum nahen Umgang mit der Gottheit brauchte. Von der Macht der Gottheit im Bild aus erschließen sich mehrere Riten und Mythen um griechische Kultbilder neu"--Back cover.
Sherman NB94 .H657 2017

Design, form, and chaos
Rand, Paul, 1914-1996
New Haven : Yale University Press, [2017]
Form + Content -- Good Design Is Goodwill -- Intuition and Ideas -- Logos ... Flags ... Street Signs -- The Presentation -- Next -- The Limited -- The IBM Logo -- AdStar Advanced Storage and Retrieval -- IDEO Design -- Morningstar Investment Advisers -- Computers, Pencils, and Brushes -- Aspects of Book Design -- A Mentor -- From Cassandre to Chao.
Sherman NC997 .R24 2017

Baselitz
edited by Martin Schwander for the Fondation Beyeler ; translations, Fiona Elliot and three others
Riehen/Basel, Switzerland : Fondation Beyeler ; [2018]
After celebrating its twentieth anniversary with three blockbuster exhibitions in 2017, the Fondation Beyeler and is starting the year 2018 with Georg Baselitz - without a doubt one of the most influential painters and sculptors of our time - is celebrating his eightieth birthday, and the Foundation is devoting an extensive retrospective to this charming provocateur. Many of Baselitz's most important paintings and sculptures from the past six decades will be seen together for the first time. By displaying key works together, on an equal footing, it becomes easier to perceive the unique wealth of his formal and contextual innovations. Leafing through more than two hundred richly illustrated pages, the reader encounters the beautiful, the ugly, the ambiguous, and the disturbing. Exhibition: Fondation Beyeler, Basel, Switzerland (21.01.-29.04.2018) / Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington D.C. , USA (21.06.-16.09.2018).
Sherman N6888.B36 A4 2018

Michigan modern : an architectural legacy
Conway, Brian D., author
New York : Visual Profile Books, Inc., [2018]
Sherman NA730.M5 C66 2018

Klimt and Schiele : drawings : from the Albertina Museum, Vienna
Katie Hanson
Boston, M.A. : MFA Publications, [2018]
Provocative tensions -- Gustav Klimt drawings -- Egon Schiele drawings -- Artist biographies.

"Klimt and Schiele: Drawn" examines both the divergences and compelling parallels between the two artists - particularly in their provocative depictions of the human body. Nearly 30 years apart in age, Klimt and Schiele shared a mutual respect and admiration for each other's talent. Yet, their work is decidedly different in appearance and effect: Klimt's drawings are often delicate, while Schiele's are frequently bold. Klimt often used these sheets as preparatory designs for paintings, while Schiele considered his drawings to be independent pictures and routinely sold them. Both deployed frank naturalism, unsettling emotional resonances, and disorienting omissions to challenge conventions and expectations in portraits, nudes, and allegories. Organized thematically, this selection of 60 drawings begins with the artists' academic origins and then investigates how each shifted away from traditional training to more incisive and unconventional explorations of humanity. Exhibition: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, USA (25.02.-28.05.2018).
Sherman Oversize N6808.5.M64 K55 2018

David Lamelas : a life of their own
Lamelas, David, 1946- artist
Long Beach, CA : California State University Long Beach Art Museum, College of the Arts, California State University, Long Beach ; [2017]
Forewords -- David Lamelas and Buenos Aires / María José Herrera -- David Lamelas 1966-76: the cartography of an artistic tactic / Valeria González -- David Lamelas: a situational aesthetic (excerpt) / Inés Katzenstein -- Scheherazade's stories: narrative and delay in Duane and Lamelas's videos, 1976-87 / Daniel R. Quiles -- The dictator and The dictator returns: Hildegarde Duane, David Lamelas, and the video art scene in Southern California / Catha Paquette -- Seven scenes and fourteen stills from the work of David Lamelas / Joy Sleeman -- "A nomadic life": David Lamelas in conversation with Alexander Alberro, Los Angeles, July 26-28, 2016 -- On the road: David Lamelas interviewed by Ian White, April 2006 -- Adolfo Bioy Casares, Germán Gullón, David Lamelas, and Bartomeu Mari in conversation, Instituto Cervantes, Rotterdam, Netherlands, May 14, 1997.

The renowned Argentinian conceptual artist David Lamelas (born 1946) has an expansive oeuvre, which shows his work to be evocative, restive, and exhilarating. This book, published to coincide with the first monographic exhibition of the artist's work in the United States, offers an incisive look into Lamelas's art. The guiding analytic theme in this book is the artist's adaptability to place and circumstance, which invariably influences his creative production. Lamelas left Argentina in the mid-1960s to study at Saint Martin's in London. Since then, he divides his time among various cities. While the typical narrative invoked about artists like Lamelas is that of 'internationalism, ' Lamelas has always been more 'postnational' than 'international' in his nomadic movement, from one place or conceptual framework to the next.00Exhibition: The University Art Museum, Long Beach, California, United States (17.09.-10.12.2017).
Sherman Oversize N6639.L34 A4 2017

Awa Tsireh, Pueblo painter and metalsmith
Pardue, Diana F., author
Phoenix : Heard Museum, 2017
Director's foreword / David M. Roche -- Collector's statement / Norman L. Sandfield -- Cat Tail Bird -- Dancing on the world stage -- Era of florescence -- At the Garden of the Gods -- Poetry in metal -- An Awa Tsireh metalwork gallery -- Studies in attribution -- Other metalsmiths at the Garden of the Gods -- A hallmark sampler -- Travel distances -- Family tree -- Acknowledgments.

"Alfonso Roybal, better known as Awa Tsireh (meaning Cat Tail Bird in the Tewa language), was born in the small pueblo of San Ildefonso, New Mexico, in 1898. He became arguably the finest Native American painter of the first half of the 20th century. He was written about at length, and his watercolors were shown in museums and galleries across the country, often with the assistance of distinguished patrons. To date, the authors have documented more than four hundred of Awa Tsireh's paintings in numerous private collections and more than thirty museums. Awa Tsireh's metalwork in silver, copper, and aluminum is a completely different story. This book brings together more of his metalwork than has previously been shown in one setting. Awa Tsireh created jewelry, platters, and other serviceware at the Garden of the Gods Trading Post in Manitou Springs, Colorado, where he worked with other Native silversmiths, many to date unidentified, in the summer months during the 1930s and 1940s. Rarely has Awa Tsireh's metalwork bought by Trading Post visitors made its way into museum collections. Awa Tsireh's recognizable and charming imagery and the quality of his hand and imagination, however, illuminate all of his pieces. His metalwork is further evidence that the Pueblo artist's talent transcended medium, material, and milieu."--Verso of cover (front flap).
Sherman N6537.A948 A4 2017

Things great and small : collections management policies
Simmons, John E., author
Lanham, Maryland : Rowman & Littlefield, [2018]
Sherman AM133 .S56 2018

The Académie royale de peinture et de sculpture : the birth of the French school, 1648-1793
Michel, Christian, 1958- author
Los Angeles : The Getty Research Institute, [2018]
Sherman N332.F83 P37513 2018

All animal beings
Drake, Ken, 1970- photographer
London ; New Holland Publishers Pty, Ltd, 2017
"'All Animal Beings' is a 'coffee table book' containing beautiful photographs of the animals in our lives that we think we know best. Some of these animals we call family, some we call foe, some we call food. 'All Animal Beings' will showcase these creatures in a new light, as seen through the lens of highly awarded master photographer and animal specialist Ken Drake. Why are dogs 'mans best frieds'? Why can cats be so aloof? Why is it ok for us to eat pigs and cows, but not dogs? How exactly are birds so smart? It is only humans and domesticated animals that are smart, or does our wildlife have special abilities too? These questions and more will be explored"--National Library of Australia website.
Sherman TR727 .D68 2017

The trick brain : selections from the Tony and Elham Salamé Collection-Aïshti Foundation
edited by Cecilia Alemani and Massimiliano Gioni
Milano : Skira, 2017
"Taking its title from a video installation by Ed Atkins in the collection, The Trick Brain establishes new connections between works of Neo-Surrealist sensibility."--Publisher's website.
Sherman N6496.5.S248 T75 2017

Splendour of the Burgundian Netherlands : Southern Netherlandish illuminated manuscripts in Dutch collections
As-Vijvers, Anne Margreet W., author
Zwolle : WBOOKS, [2018]
This book presents a survey of ninety of the finest and most interesting medieval manuscripts produced in the southern Netherlands - present-day Belgium - which ended up in Dutch public collections at various points in time. This largely unknown cultural heritage is displayed here in a vast panoramic context ranging from the tenth to the mid-sixteenth century. The painted scenes in these handwritten books are not only of a high artistic quality, but also present a richly-textured picture of medieval life. The emphasis is on the role of books in the society of the Middle Ages: they served as expressions of sumptuousness on the part of the aristocracy, as richly-decorated books for church services, and as cherished objects used by affluent burghers for their private devotion. The authors also devote attention to the large-size, superbly-illustrated works of history and literature that were produced under the patronage of the dukes of Burgundy. Other subjects include the Order of the Golden Fleece, the artistic ties between the northern and southern Netherlands, pilgrim badges, and the transition from manuscripts to printed books. Exhibition: Museum Catharijneconvent, Utrecht, The Netherlands (23.02.-03.06.2018).
Sherman ND3171 .A88 2018

Ettore Sottsass : the glass
edited by Luca Massimo Barbero
Milano, Italy : Skira editore S.p.A, 2017
"The brilliant architect and designer Ettore Sottsass 'made glass' from 1947 until the end of his career. This volume documents the entire period of his glass oeuvre, from the series he designed in the 1970s for Vistosi to the Memphis collections of the 1980s, the symbolic forms of the 1990s, the stunning constructions for the Millennium House in Qatar, and the famous Kachinas. The wealth of images, the analysis of design and painting together with the coeval cultural and artistic context, and the summary of works including many unpublished pieces make this volume edited by Luca Massimo Barbero the first scientific study on Ettore Sottsass's works in glass and crystal."--Page 4 of cover.
Sherman NK5205.S67 A4 2017

Brassaï
Brassaï, 1899-1984, artist,
Madrid, Spain : Fundación MAPFRE, [2018]
Brassaï (1899-1984) was a key member of a group of European and North American photographers who, over the course of the 20th century, managed to redefine the identity and enrich the potential of photography as an artistic medium. The main theme of his work was Paris, the subject matter for some of his most significant and renowned images. He captured vibrant images of the daily life of the city, especially the vitality of its night-time atmosphere, in a vivid expression of the powerful artistic dimension of his perspective. The evocative capacity of his images achieved unquestionable recognition that spread from artistic photography circles to the tourist industry and the commercial photography circuit.
Sherman TR647 .B73 2018

Outliers and American vanguard art
Cooke, Lynne, author
Washington : National Gallery of Art ; [2018]
Director's foreword / Earl A. Powell III -- Lenders to the exhibition -- Acknowledgments -- Note to the reader -- Boundary trouble : Navigating margin and mainstream / Lynne Cooke -- Modernism's war on terror / Darby English -- How to make a modern primitive / Richard Meyer -- Find-and-seek : Discovery narratives, Americanization, and other tales of genius in modern American folk art / Jennifer Jane Marshall -- Black folk art redux : A curatorial roundtable / Lynne Cooke, John Beardsley, Katherine Jentleson. Faheem Majeed -- Museums, oh museums / Thomas J. Lax -- Affinities in abstraction : Textiles, otherness, paintings in the 1970's / Jenni Sorkin -- Archives of femininity / Douglas Crimp -- Personal voyages / Suzanne Hudson -- Plates : c.1924 to 1943 : Folk aesthetics refigured -- c.1968 to 1992 : Commensurables and incommensurables -- c.1998 to 2013 : Determining difference differently -- Biographies -- Checklist of the exhibition -- Index.

Some 250 works explore three distinct periods in American history when mainstream and outlier artists intersected, ushering in new paradigms based on inclusion, integration, and assimilation. The exhibition aligns work by such diverse artists as Charles Sheeler, Christina Ramberg, and Matt Mullican with both historic folk art and works by self-taught artists ranging from Horace Pippin to Janet Sobel and Joseph Yoakum. It also examines a recent influx of radically expressive work made on the margins that redefined the boundaries of the mainstream art world, while challenging the very categories of "outsider" and "self-taught." Historicizing the shifting identity and role of this distinctly American version of modernism's "other," the exhibition probes assumptions about creativity, artistic practice, and the role of the artist in contemporary culture. The exhibition is curated by Lynne Cooke, senior curator, special projects in modern art, National Gallery of Art.--Provided by publisher.
Sherman N7432.5.A78 O87 2018

Bruce Nauman : disappearing acts
edited by Kathy Halbreich with Isabel Friedli, Heidi Naef, Magnus Schaefer, and Taylor Walsh
New York, NY : The Museum of Modern Art ; [2018]
Bruce Nauman is widely acknowledged as a central figure in contemporary art, and the stringent questioning of values --both aesthetic and moral-- that has long sustained his project remains urgent today. For more than fifty years, Nauman has explored how mutable experiences of time, space, sound, movement, and language provide an insecure foundation for our understanding of our place in the world. This richly illustrated catalogue, which includes rare and previously unpublished images, offers a comprehensive view of the artist's work in all media --including drawings; early fiberglass sculptures; sound environments; architecturally scaled, participatory constructions; rhythmically blinking neons; and a recent 3-D video that harks back to one of Nauman's earliest performances. A wide range of authors --artists, curators, and historians of art, architecture, and film-- focus on topics that have been largely neglected, such as the architectural structures that posit real or imaginary spaces as models for ethical inquiry and mechanisms of control. Curator Kathy Halbreich's introductory essay explores Nauman's many acts of disappearance, withdrawal, and deflection as revelatory of his central formal and intellectual concerns. Eighteen further contributions tease out the various themes that run through this protean and elusive artist's work.
Sherman N6537.N38 A4 2018

Gelatina dura : historias escamoteadas de los 80
textos, Teresa Grandas
Barcelona : MACBA, c2017
Sherman N7108 .G45 2017

Malick Sidibé, Mali Twist
Paris, France : Fondation Cartier pour l'art contemporain ; 2017
"Malick Sidibé, Mali Twist is the most complete monograph ever dedicated to Malick Sidibé (1935-2016). It is a wonderful tribute to one of the most important contemporary photographers [and] brings together for the first time his most exceptional and iconic photographs; period images he printed himself between 1960 and 1980; a selection of "folders" containing his evening shots; and a series of new portraits of timeless beauty"--
Sherman TR680 .M29545 2017

Practices of looking : an introduction to visual culture
Sturken, Marita, 1957- author
New York : Oxford University Press, [2018]
Visual culture is central to how we communicate. Our lives are dominated by images and by visual technologies that allow for the local and global circulation of ideas, information, and politics. In this increasingly visual world, how can we best decipher and understand the many ways that our everyday lives are organized around looking practices and the many images we encounter each day? Now in a new edition, Practices of Looking: An Introduction to Visual Culture provides a comprehensive and engaging overview of how we understand a wide array of visual media and how we use images to express ourselves, to communicate, to play, and to learn. Marita Sturken and Lisa Cartwright--two leading scholars in the emergent and dynamic field of visual culture and communication--examine the diverse range of approaches to visual analysis and lead students through key theories and concepts.--amazon.com
Sherman N72.S6 S78 2018

Escuelas Nacionales de Arte de La Habana : paisaje, materialidad y proceso
Pizarro, María José, author
Madrid : Editorial Rueda, 2017
Historia de un encargo: una academia de las artes para l0os hijos de los trabajodores -- Los princioios integradores: paisaje, materialidad y sistema constructivo -- Proceso y materialización: la academia de las artes.

"El libro explora, desde tres aproximaciones diferentes, las herramientas proyectuales utilizadas por los autores para crear la obra más emblemática y controvertida del periodo castrista: Las Escuelas Nacionales de Arte de la Habana.Biografias, influencias, formación y experimentación se formalizan en un proceso intenso que permite en un corto periodo de tiempo concebir una obra única, inacabada, que a pesar de su estado de abandono actual, sigue siendo un referente artístico y arquitéctonico a nivel mundial."--Page 4 of cover.
Sherman N331.C9 P59 2017

Conoscenza e restauro degli intonaci e delle superfici murarie esterne di Venezia : campionature, esemplificazioni, indirizzi di intervento
di Francesco Doglioni and others ; con contributi di L. Bassotto and others
Saonara (Padova) : Il prato, 2017
Sherman NA2940 .I83 2017

Greek sanctuaries and temple architecture : an introduction
Emerson, Mary, author
London, UK ; Bloomsbury Academic, an imprint of Bloomsbury Publishing Plc, 2018
Introduction -- What was a sanctuary? -- From mud hut to marble temple: Doric and Ionic orders -- Architectural sculpture -- Delphi -- Olympia -- The Athenian Acropolis: historical background -- The Parthenon -- The Propylaia -- The sanctuary of Athene Nike -- The Erechtheion -- The Hephaisteion -- Views and their meanings: the Acropolis and its surroundings -- The Sanctuary of Apollo Epikourios at Bassae -- The age of Greek expansion to the West: Paestum -- The Temple of Olympian Zeus at Acragas, Sicily -- Looking at art in sanctuaries.

"An introduction to ancient Greek sanctuary sites and temple architecture, explaining technical terms and aesthetic concepts behind Greek architectural design"--
Sherman NA275 .E45 2018

The Silver Caesars : a Renaissance mystery
edited by Julia Siemon
New York : The Metropolitan Museum of Art, [2017]
Plates, with excerpts from The Lives of the Twelve Caesars, by C. Suetonius Tranquillus / translated by Mary Beard -- Suetonius, the Silver Caesars, and mistaken identities / Mary Beard -- Renaissance intellectual culture, antiquarianism, and visual sources / Julia Siemon -- Tracing the origin of the Aldobrandini Tazze / Julia Siemon -- Goldsmithing and commemorative gifts north of the Alps / Wolfram Koeppe -- Tazze: questions of their use and display / Michèle Bimbenet-Privat -- The Aldobrandini Tazze in context: collecting silver in Rome around 1600 / Stefanie Walker -- The Dodici Tazzoni Grandi in the Aldobrandini Collection / Xavier F. Salomon -- The nineteenth- and twentieth-century history of the Tazze / Ellenor Alcorn and Timothy Schroder -- Technical analysis of the Aldobrandini Tazze / Linda Borsch, Federico Carò, and Mark T. Wypyski -- Appendix A: Archival letters, transcribed and with an introduction by Antonella Fabriani Rojas -- Appendix B: Provenances of the Aldobrandini Tazze , researched and compiled by Julia Siemon -- Appendix C: Silver in the Aldobrandini inventory of 1603, transcribed and with an introduction by Stefanie Walker -- Notes to the essays.

The twelve silver-gilt cups known as the Aldobrandini Tazze - magnificent examples of 16th-century European goldsmithing in size, design, and quality of execution - feature figures and scenes from Roman historian Suetonius's classic work The Twelve Caesars, all rendered in minute, intricate relief. Dispersed in the 1860s, the tazze were reunited in 2014 for the first time since the 19th century, each piece newly photographed to highlight the dazzling detail and show the works as they were originally made. The accompanying essays, written by a team of scholars from around the world, explore the persistent questions that swirl around these unique silver dishes, including where, when, and for whom they were originally made, what they were used for, and why the set was separated and scattered.
Sherman NK7233 .S55 2017

Κατ́αλογος γλυπτ́ων / επιμ́ελεια, Γ. Δεσπ́ινης, Ν. Καλτσ́ας
Athēna : Ekdosē tou Tameiou Archaiologikōn Porōn kai Apallotriōseōn, 2014
t. 1.1. Glypta tōn archaikōn chronōn apo ton 7o aiōna eōs to 480 p. Ch. pt. [1] Keimeno. pt. [2] Eikones.
Sherman NB91.A7 E84 2014

Κατ́αλογος γλυπτ́ων / επιμ́ελεια, Γ. Δεσπ́ινης, Ν. Καλτσ́ας
Athēna : Ekdosē tou Tameiou Archaiologikōn Porōn kai Apallotriōseōn, 2014
t. 1.1. Glypta tōn archaikōn chronōn apo ton 7o aiōna eōs to 480 p. Ch. pt. [1] Keimeno. pt. [2] Eikones.
Sherman NB91.A7 E84 2014

Los grandes inventos de TBO por el profesor Franz de Copenhague
Sabatés, Ramon, author,
Barcelona : B, 2017
Sherman Oversize NC1639.S23 A4 2017

Skaters : tintype portraits of west coast skaters
Sampson, Jenny, photographer,
[Chapel Hill, NC] : Daylight Community Arts Foundation, [2017]
"The portraits in Skaters compel the subject, the photographer, and the viewer to slow down. These images, created with wet plate collodion, offer an honest glimpse into the skateboarders' core being: pensive, tough, playful, anxious, distracted, and innocent. Even the plates of seemingly empty skate parks are in fact teeming with immense energy and motion, yet the skaters are moving too quickly to be captured with long exposures."--Amazon.com.
Sherman TR820.5 .S367 2017

Naïve intention
Pezo von Ellrichshausen ; concept and text, Mauricio Pezo and Sofia von Ellrichshausen
Chicago, Illinois : IITAC Press, College of Architecture ; [2018]
Sherman NA869.P49 A4 2018

Handbook of research on form and morphogenesis in modern architectural contexts
Domenico D'Uva, editor
Hershey, PA, USA : Information Science Reference (an imprint of IGI Global), [2018]
"This book explores experiences in the emerging area of morphogenesis, in the specific meaning of architecture. This process of architectural form-finding will be analyzed as an effort to balance perceptive efficiency with functionality. It analyzes efficient cases that bound shape within the limits of spaces made for human usability and interaction"--
Sherman NA2750 .H36 2018

Revolutionary Paris and the market for Netherlandish art
Spieth, Darius Alexander, 1970- author
Leiden ; Brill, [2018]
Sherman N8600 .S685 2018

Guillermo Bravo
Bravo, Guillermo, 1931-2004, artist
Chapala, Jalisco, Mexico : Amaroma Ediciones, 2015
Presentación / Jorge Herrera Caldera -- Proemio / Rubén Ontiveros Rentería -- Guillermo Bravo y el Muralismo en Durango / Alberto Espinoza -- Guillermo Bravo: La influencia estética de Francisco Montoya -- Semblanza -- Obra Mural -- Desarrollo industrial -- Ofertorio -- Alegoría del desarrollo de México -- La justicia, el falso profeta y el abogado del diablo -- Testimonio de una provincia universal -- La gravedad y la gracia -- Obra caballete, La poéticas narraciones visuales del Maestro Bravo / Jaime Hernández.

The mural production of Guillermo Bravo Morán (b. Durango (1931-2004), strongly influenced by his teacher, the artist Francisco Montoya de la Cruz, who was the founder of the School of Painting, Sculpture and Crafts of the Universidad Juárez del Estado de Durango (UJED), and a student of the Academia San Carlos, under the direction of famous muralist Diego Rivera. Some of the murals of Bravo included in the book belong to cultural, historic and cultural sites in Durango as the Casa de la Juventud, currently known as the Instituto Estatal del Deporte (IED), in the Casablanca Hotel, the Casa Zambrano, the Faculty of Law (UJED) and the Posada San Jorge, as well as his oil paintings.
Sherman ND259.B74 A88 2015

Utopia's doom : the graal as paradise of lust, the sect of the free spirit and Jheronimus Bosch's so-called Garden of delights
Vandenbroeck, Paul, author
Leuven : Peeters, 2017
The so-called 'Garden of delights' by Jheronimus Bosch (c. 1450-1516) remains an absolutely iconic work in European art history. The highly complex and enigmatic image has frequently been interpreted as a paradisiacal utopia, in which people indulge playfully in erotic pleasure in harmony with nature. It is a visual utopia framed before Thomas More had actually coined the word in a book whose entirely unfrivolous blueprint for society could hardly differ more from Bosch's phantasm. More traditional art historians have identified Bosch's masterpiece as a painted warning against the sins of the body, more specifically that of 'lust,' citing the image of Hell in the right wing in support. Vandenbroeck argues that these two interpretations need not preclude one another: Bosch painted a phantasmagorical false paradise that leads inexorably to ruin. He drew his inspiration from folk ideas about a semi-earthly, semi-supernatural erotic paradise or grail, in which those who entered could live in a dream-world of unbridled pleasure. But only until Judgement Day, upon which they would all wind up in Hell.
Sherman ND653.B65 A65 2017

Imminent commons : commoning cities : Seoul Biennale of Architecture and Urbanism 2017
edited by Helen Hejung Choi and Hyungmin Pai
New York, NY : Actar Publishers, [2017]
The third book from the Seoul Biennale 2017 explores the value and meaning of cities as commons, which is embedded and operate in various governance mechanisms of cities in the world. 'Imminent Commons: Commoning Cities' presents questions and answers concerning the current state and near future of cities of the world through the lens of public initiatives, projects, and urban narratives. Cities are searching for new possibilities that will help them survive and thrive within new systems of municipal governance. The strategies of cities with regard to rapid urbanization, scarcity of public resources, and privatization of commons will be examined through the diverse spectrum of focused projects. It also discusses the present and future of cities as commons in the 21st century through examining various ways the cities use to deliberate, operate, imagine and execute their policies for the city.00Exhibition: Seoul Biennale of Architecture and Urbanism, South Korea (02.09.-05.11.2017).
Sherman NA2460.S4 S466 2017

Massive, expressive, sculptural : brutalism now and then
Uffelen, Chris van, author
[Salenstein, Switzerland] : Braun Publishing Ag, 2018
Die Bauten des als Brutalismus bezeichneten Architekturstils entstanden vor allem in den 1960er- und 1970er-Jahren und wirken bis heute kompromisslos, verwegen und unglaublich kühn. Seinen Namen verdankt er der französischen Bezeichnung ?brut?, also dem rohen Material. Die danach jahrzehntelang als Stiefkind der Moderne geschmähte Architektur erlebt gerade ein Comeback ? als neueste Entdeckung digitaler Trendsetter.0Nebst dieser Faszination in den sozialen Netzwerken inspiriert der Brutalismus auch die heutige Architektursprache. Raumgreifende skulpturale Formen, grob bearbeitete Materialien, aber auch die Auflösung von überkommenen Grundrisskonzepten verschmelzen mit zeitgenössischem Design zu spannenden Neuschöpfungen. Das Buch bietet eine differenzierte Gegenüberstellung brutalistischer Gebäude der Nachkriegszeit und heutiger Bauwerke und arbeitet heraus, wie sich diese in Bezug auf Aussehen, Gesamt- oder Detailentwurf auf die Vergangenheit beziehen.
Sherman NA682.B7 U34 2018

The modern A frame
photography by Ben Rahn ; introduction by Chad Randl
Layton, Utah : Gibbs Smith, [2018]
"The A-Frame home surged in popularity in the 1950s, and has captured the public's imagination with its playfully modern, steep-sloping roofline ever since. The Modern A-Frame celebrates seventeen diverse accounts of these minimalists cabins reinvented for the twenty-first century. Nostalgic escapes, heritage homes, full-time simplicity, and artists at work categorize the A-frames whose engaging stories are shared. Whether fabricated from a 1960s kit or as a new build via retro inspiration, the variety of styles and homeowners in this photo-driven collection beautifully captures the romance of a classic structure, which beckons to travelers and homebuyers today, just as it did sixty years ago. Perfect for the architectural enthusiast, midcentury-minded designer, or armchair traveller."--
Sherman NA7205 .M625 2018

Patrick Tjungurrayi : beyond borders
edited by John Carty
Crawley, Western Australia UWA Publishing, 2015
Sherman N7405.T58 B49 2015

A força do tempo : histórias de um repórter fotográfico brasileiro
Chaves, Kadão, 1951-
Porto Alegre, RS : Libretos, 2016
Sherman TR820 .C53 2016

The U.S.-Mexico border : place, imagination, and possibility
Craft & Folk Art Museum
Los Angeles, California : Craft & Folk Art Museum, [2017]
Sherman N8214.5 .M59 2017

Iconoclasts : art out of the mainstream
[London] : Saatchi Gallery, 2017
Sherman N8217.I26 I26 2017

Landscape observatory : the work of Terence Harkness
edited by M. Elen Deming
Novato, CA : Applied Research + Design Publishing, an imprint of ORO Editions, [2018]
Foreword / Gary Hilderbrand -- Acknowledgments. Introduction : Landscape observatory: an introduction / M. Elen Deming and Molly Catherine Briggs -- Formative landscapes: biographical notes on Terry Harkness / Frank Clements with M. Elen Deming -- A landscape in evolution / Brenda J. Brown. Portfolio : The thinness of things: Illinois gardens / Douglas Johnston -- Foothill Mountain Observatory / Ken McCown -- Taj Mahal Cultural Heritage District / Amita Sinha -- Design without judgement: Emiquon Nature Preserve / Douglas Johnston -- International Software Campus / Brenda J. Brown. Reflections : Place-based pedagogy / M. Elen Deming -- A design educator / Brenda J. Brown -- Prairie plantsman / James Wescoat -- Borrowed landscapes: transforming the university / M. Elen Deming with Kathleen Harleman -- Afterword / Robert B. Riley. Appendices : Contributors -- Curriculum vitae and project list -- Publications list.

The modernist history of landscape architecture is deeply marbled with veins of regional and phenomenological sensibility. Master designer Terence G. Harkness reflects this sensibility in every region he inhabits - whether the foothills of northern California, the high plains of North Dakota, or the prairies of east central Illinois. His work and teaching is essentially and critically eco-revelatory. Yet because Harkness is not principally a scholar, his work has not been widely studied. That omission is redressed by this presentation of Harkness' most significant and recognisable works, including drawings, plans, models, and photographs. Contributors to the book chronicle Terence G. Harkness' development and values, positioning him in the currents of contemporary landscape discourse.
Sherman SB470.H37 L36 2018

Beverly Pepper : selected works, 1968-2015
Pepper, Beverly, artist
London, United Kingdom : Black Dog Publishing, [2017]
Sherman NB237.P38 A4 2017

Mass timber : design and research
Jones, Susan (Architect), author
[Novato, CA] : Oro Editions, [2017]
Mass Timber: Design and Research' presents new research and design work with Mass Timber, a new construction technology, well-known in Europe, but relatively unfamiliar to the United States. Leading the Mass Timber design dialogue in the US, the author, Susan Jones, an architect in Seattle, Washington, has been pioneering the new, innovative use of wood over the past six years, since she built her own family's house from cross-laminated timber in 2015 in a neighbourhood in Seattle. The book presents her Seattle firm, her family, and her University of Washington students' years of research and design. Opening with the story of three generations of her family's own sustainable forest practices, the book presents research into Pacific Northwest forestry, timber and Cross-Laminated Timber manufacturing practices, to carbon analysis and carbon comparisons between standard building construction assemblies and technologies.
Sherman NA4110 .J66 2017

Renaissance porticoes and painted pergolas : nature and culture in early modern Italy
Nonaka, Natsumi, author
London : Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2017
Introduction -- Mediating spaces: portico, loggia, and pergola -- Classical tradition and vernacular culture: Villa Farnesina and the First Loggia of Leo X -- Visual encyclopedia and trellised walkways: Medici Gardens and the Villa d'Este -- Pictorial fiction and cultural identity: Villa Giulia and Villa Farnese -- Wunderkammer and trompe-l'ioeil garden: Palazzo Altemps and the Loggia of Cardinal Borghese -- Collecting nature: virtual flora and fauna -- Epilogue.

This book is the first study of the portico and its decorative program as a cultural phenomenon in Renaissance Italy. Focusing on a largely neglected group of porticoes decorated with painted pergolas that appeared in Rome and environs in the sixteenth and early seventeenth centuries, it tells the story of how an element of the garden--the pergola--became a pictorial topos in portico decoration, and evolved, hand in hand with its real cousin in the garden, into an object for cultural emulation among the educated patrons of early modern Rome. The liminality of both the portico and the pergola at the interface of architecture and garden is key to the interpretation of these architectural and painted forms, which rests on the intersecting frameworks of the classical tradition, natural history, and the cultural identity of the aristocracy. In the mediating space of the Renaissance portico, the illusionism pergola created an art gallery, a natural history museum, and a virtual garden where one could engage in leisurely strolls, learned conversations, appreciation of art, and scientific investigation, as well as extensive travel across time and space. The book proposes the interpretation that the illusionistic pergola was an artistic formula for the early modern perception of nature.
Sherman NA1115 .N66 2017

Design, ecology, politics : towards the ecocene
Boehnert, Joanna, author
London, UK ; Bloomsbury Academic, An imprint of Bloomsbury Publishing Plc, 2018
Sherman NK1510 .B64 2018

Towards a robotic architecture
Mahesh Daas, Andrew John Wit, editors
Novato, CA : Applied Research and Design Publishing, an imprint of ORO Editions, [2018]
The past decade's surge towards more computationally defined building systems and highly adaptable open-source design software has left the field ripe for the integration of robotics whether through large-scale building fabrication or through more intelligent/adaptive building systems. Through this surge, architecture has not only been greatly influenced by these emerging technologies, but has also begun influencing other disciplines in unexpected ways. The purpose of this book is to provide systems of classification, categorisation, and taxonomies of robotics in architecture so that a more systematic and holistic body of work could take place while addressing the multifarious aspects of possible research and production.
Sherman NA2543.T43 T69 2018

Carlos Amorales : axioms for action
Amorales, Carlos, 1970- author,
Ciudad de México : MUAC, Museo Universitario Arte Contemporáneo, UNAM : 2018
This show is a mask : axioms for action (1996-2018) / Carlos Amorales, Cuauhtémoc Medina -- Axioms for action 1996-2018 / Carlos Amorales -- List of works -- Black cloud (aftermath) / Carlos Amorales -- A mask plays the flute / Carlos Amorales -- The matter of language as seen from three of many house / Maria Barnas -- Carlos Amorales from a Dada perspective / Dawn Ades -- Amorales proliferation / Cuahtémoc Medina -- Biographical sketch.

The exhibition Carlos Amorales: Axioms for Action is conceived as a script and a list of works such that each institution and curator who presents it can stage and execute it differently. In this way, each venue will present an interpretation of the matrix of Amorales's work, as well as a compendium of his oeuvre.This first exhibition drawn from this project, presented at the MUAC, includes a group of works that have not yet been seen in Mexico. It aims to make evident both the flexibility of the script and the possibility of taking up the Axioms for Action within a specific and imaginative curatorial project in which the architecture of the museum is interpreted in tension with the space of Amoralesœs studio in Mexico City. By the same token, the show also emphasizes the pairing of film and installation.
Sherman N6559.A46 A4 2018

Nomadic living : relocatable residences
editor, Sibylle Kramer
[Salenstein, Switzerland] : Braun Publishing AG, 2018
The four walls that we inhabit are far more than just a roof over our heads - it's the place where our personal and unique life is played out with all its complexities and nuances. It is not uncommon when we move to feel regret that we cannot simply take our abode, the focus of our lives, along with us. For many people it is increasingly important to be able to move easily, to be able to react spontaneously to personal desires or life changes of all kinds. Because of the increased needs to both preserve our identity that is rooted in our home and to be more geographically mobile, the market for "movable" houses has grown and diversified. This is most noticable in the growing numbers of commissions received by architects and designers for technical and creative conceptions of mobile houses. As much as concept, appearance and construction might vary greatly from house to house, what unites all of the projects presented in this volume is the claim to a design that is both larger than life and consistently compelling.
Sherman NA8480 .N66 2018