Ceci n'est pas un livre, ceci n'est pas un film...This title includes urrealist visions, confused identities, obsession, fetish and seething desire. Bettina Rheims and Serge Bramly's "Rose, c'est Paris" is both a photographic monogr... read more
In this remarkable collection of 100 manifestos from the last 100 years, Alex Danchev presents the cacophony of voices of such diverse movements as Futurism, Dadaism, Surrealism, Feminism, Commu... read more
When Louise Hawson realised she was a stranger in her own city, she set herself a mission - to explore and photograph one new Sydney suburb a week for a year. Originally presented as a weekly blog that develope... read more
Award-winning artist and illustrator Sara Fanelli is one of the world's foremost illustrators, renowned for her experimental techniques that have spawned many imitators. Her unique contribution to book illustration is ... read more
The fourth of four titles in a continuing series of books by Todd Oldham that highlight remarkable people, places and spaces features an essay by author/social critic/educator Camille Paglia.
The second of four titles in a continuing series of books by Todd Oldham that highlight remarkable people places and spaces, features and essay by artist/director Cindy Sherman.
Gerhard Richter is one of the foremost artists of his generation. Central to his work is a strong set of values which throughout his career he has expressed in extensive notes and writings, ... read more
New York in the 70s is a personal collection of photographs documenting an exciting chapter in New York's history and a remarkable body of work produced by photographer Allan Tannenbaum while he was a photo editor of the SoHo Weekly... read more
At the end of the 19th century, a group of photographers, so exceptional as to form a singular elite coterie, were at work in Eastern Sicily, between Messina and Siracusa. Capuana, 'professo... read more
A monograph on the work of internationally renowned contemporary artist Anish Kapoor, winner of the 1991 Turner Prize and creator of "Monumenta 2011". One of the most highly acclaimed sculptors, Anish Kapoor enjoys immense popularity and has represented Britain at the Paris and Venice Biennales.
Michael Ruetz - a major photographic chronicler of the period around 1968 - was more interested in the upheaval than in the students revolting in lecture halls and out on the street.
"The Comic Collection" is the only compilation of Tom of Finland's popular panel stories. Each of five 192-page volumes features eight or more complete stories, including all twenty-six episodes of "Kake", Tom's in... read more
The digital age has fundamentally changed traditional notions of who we are and how we wish to be perceived. The music producer Chris Walla puts it this way Confronted with our significantly more banal everyday l... read more
Part 1 of A Fine Romance is a sumptuous and majestic record of the unforgettable royal alliances and love stories that have defined our understanding of modern European royal families. These stories will be told primarily through the... read more
Edited and with Preface by Nadine Barth. Text by H.J.A. Hofland.
Surveys the career of one of Australia's pre-eminent contemporary artists. This is the first major book on Piccinini and is designed to reflect the scale and detail of her varied practice.
In a colorful tribute to the isle adored by literary icons and the jet set alike, this work explains the effortless charm of the Capri.
Since the 1999 retrospective organised by the Art Gallery of New South Wales, Jeffrey Smart has consolidated his position as one of the most outstanding Australian painters of the 20th century. Now at the age of 90 it is possible to ... read more