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GETA BRATESCU

The Studio

Alina Serban (Ed.)

The book is dedicated to Romanian artist Geta Brătescu, one of the most remarkable personalities of the Eastern European postwar avant-garde. The main part of the publication comprises visual materials and texts written by the artist that span several decades of her activity, outlining the exceptional manner in which she has appropriated the lesson of modernism and interrelated it with conceptual challenges.

STERNBERG PRESS, BERLIN
ASOCIATJA PEPLUSPATRU, ROMANIA
2014, English & Romanian
Exhibition catalog / Hardcover
8 1/3 x 10 2/3 inches / 352 pp
175 b&w and 146 color
ISBN: 978-3-956790-16-4 · Retail Price: $36.00

Agnieszka Brezanska

L’artiste, Le Modèle et La Peinture

The first monograph for Polish-born Agnieszka Brzezanska, this artist book offers a compelling compilation of her mysterious, subtle and deeply felt photographs, paintings and videos. The book’s title was taken from a poster for a Picasso exhibition that the artist photographed and used as the poster for her own show – creating a ready-made accentuating the rain-smudged lettering of the original poster. The peach-colored cover of this soft-cover book – with its image of a kinked heart referring to her heart paintings and her musical video, Heart Play – makes the book seem like something discovered at a kiosk on the banks of the Seine. The monograph was developed while Brzezanska was a guest of the Berlin DAAD artist-in-residence program. With a compelling essay by Andrew Renton.

Sternberg Press, Berlin/New York
2010 / English & German / Softcover
7 1/4 x 9 1/4 inches / 120 pp / 80 b&w and 80 color
ISBN: 978-1-933128-98-6 · Retail Price: $24.95

BRICE DELLSPERGER’S BODY DOUBLE

Posture and High Heels

Brice Dellsperger’s Body Double is the first monograph ever published on the artist’s already cult film productions, with a long essay by art historian Marie Canet that addresses filmic remake, but also issues of models, gender politics, and representational chaos. Containing a large body of unpublished images, the book also invites the reader backstage – as in Kenneth Anger’s Hollywood Babylon, after which this book is modeled – into the Dellspergian camp film factory, to get a closer look at the characters and personas that populate the Body Double series, and that are creations both of the artist and of his main performer and muse, Jean-Luc Verna.

Sternberg Press, Berlin/New York
Toastink Press, France
October 2011 / Softcover / 7 x 9 7/8 inches / 208 pp / 185 b&w
ISBN: 978-1-934105-43-6 · Retail Price: $34.95

GLENN BROWN

Etchings (Portraits)

John-Paul Stonard
Ridinghouse, London
2009 / Exhibition catalog / Softcover
9 1/2 x 11 3/4 inches / 56 pp / 22 color
ISBN: 978-1-905464-21-0 · Retail Price: $35.00

CECILY BROWN

The Sleep Around and the Lost and Found

Terry R. Myers

Internationally recognized New York–based painter Cecily Brown (b. 1969) explores the breadth of human experience in her tactile oil paintings. Extensive full-page color reproductions of Brown’s latest paintings and their installation at Contemporary Fine Arts, Berlin (2015), are complemented by a thoughtful essay on the artist’s career by critic, educator and curator Terry R. Myers in this elegant volume. Broadly inspired by the history of painting—from Rubens and Veronese to the muscular expressionism of Willem de Kooning—Brown’s personal vision transcends classical notions of genre and narrative, freeing subject matter from its original context and positioning it within a new aesthetic reality. Internationally collected by institutions including Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, NY; Whitney Museum of American Art, NY; Museum of Fine Arts, Boston; and Tate Modern, London, among many others.

SNOECK, GERMANY
CONTEMPORARY FINE ARTS, BERLIN
February 2016 / English & German / Exhibition catalog
Hardcover / 7 ½ x 10 ¼ inches / 32 pp / 16 color
ISBN: 978-3-86442-156-3 · Retail Price: $39.95
 

BRUCE AND NORMAN YONEMOTO

Memory, Matter and Modern Romance

Japanese American National Museum, Los Angeles and
The Fellows of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles
1999, Exhibition catalog
Hardcover, 11 x 9 inches
104 pp, 97 b&w and 54 color reproductions
ISBN: 1-881161-04-8 · Retail Price: $30.00

Bruce High Quality Foundation

The Transsubstantiation of Bruce

The anonymous Brooklyn-based tricksters of the Bruce High Quality Foundation are back, this time with a cheeky take on the religious habits of their fictitious artist namesake in this colorful catalog accompanying exhibitions at CFA, Fine Arts Berlin and the Brooklyn Museum New York. It would surprise many to know that Bruce High Quality attended weekly Mass. Scourge of both the radical left and the religious right, it’s difficult to imagine the world s greatest ironist as a true believer. Nonetheless, there he was, week after week, checking in with the man upstairs. From The Sacraments, his masterful series of Play-Doh reliquaries, to the grand triptych self-portrait Father, Son, and Holy Ghost, which casts Bruce High Quality s death mask, their intention to bring us face to face with the great beyond is shameless.

SNOECK, GERMANY
CFA CONTEMPORARY FIINE ARTS, BERLIN
July 2013 / English & German / Exhibition catalog Softcover / 9 1/4 x 12 1/2 inches / 32 pp / 41 color
ISBN: 978-3-86442-050-4 · Retail Price: $9.00
 

BRUCE LABRUCE

Ride, Queer, Ride!

Plug In ICA, Winnipeg
1997, Softcover, 5 1/4 x 7 3/4 inches
255 pp, 46 b&w and 13 color reproductions
ISBN: 0-921381-12-3 · Retail Price: $22.50

RUTH BUCHANAN

The Weather, A Building

Libraries are generally perceived as storehouses, spaces of neutral accumulation and containment. While the architecture may attempt to operate in this stable mode, the material contained within them is often far wilder. Histories, biographies, loose thoughts, and detailed notations are temporarily suspended, cataloged, and organized, creating relationships where perhaps previously there were none. The trajectory of the Staatsbibliothek Berlin exposes the tension between what is contained in libraries and how it is contained in a highly palpable way. This new artist book charts three narratives associated with the life of this particular library. The anecdotes become both concrete examples and metaphors through which to interrogate the production, situating, and sharing of meaning. With texts by Buchanan and Ian White.

STERNBERG PRESS, BERLIN
January 2013/ Exhibition catalog Softcover/
7 3/4 x 5 3/4 inches/ 80 pp/ 10 b&w, 1 color
ISBN: 978-3-943365-36-8 · Retail Price: $24.00

Patricia Bucher

Battle Panorama

Panoramic images are part of the essence of Lucerne, where the front door of the art museum opens onto the towering panorama of the Alps, and where visitors already flock to see the Bourbaki Panorama and the Gornergrat Diorama in the Alpineum. Now, Patricia Bucher, a young Swiss artist of imposing vision, has created an unprecedented 360-degree panorama for the Kunstmuseum Luzern: a history of the art of warfare, across continents, cultures and centuries, 33 feet long by 24 inches high. Bucher began with over 2000 representations of war in a variety of media, scanned them and then created tumultuous scenes spilling over into one another, where varied ethnic groups, fighting styles, and weaponry from past and future centuries violently collide. This dynamic book is equally unusual, a full-color, 30-foot-long, heavy-paper pull-out that reproduces the entire artwork on a smaller scale. Call it our era’s Bayreuth Tapestry, or just call it brilliant.

Snoeck, Germany
August 2011 / English & German / Exhibition catalog
Hardcover / 12 1/8 x 8 1/4 inches / 72 pp - concertina foldout
Full color
ISBN: 978-3-940953-74-2 · Retail Price: $115.00