Edited by Susan M. Cross and Denise Markonish
Published to accompany MASS MoCA’s landmark installation of LeWitt’s innovativewall drawings, this book celebrates the artist and his illustrious 50-year career.
Published in association with Mass MoCA
HOLMAN HUNT AND THE PRE-RAPHAELITE VISION
Edited by Katharine Lochnan and Carol Jacobi
Beautifully illustrated with some of the best-loved works in British art, this book exploresthe nature and significance of William Holman Hunt’s vision and its relevance to mod-ern audiences.
Published in association with The Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto
January 2009 Art
224 pp. 100 b/w + 100 color illus. 9 x 11
272 pp. 88 b/w + 93 color illus. 8
paper 978-0-300-15282-1 $45.00
THE PHOTOGRAPHS OF HOMER PAGE
The Guggenheim Year: New York, 1949–50
Keith F. Davis
This book—the first on this brilliant but little-known documentary photographer—focuses on Homer Page’s New York photographs taken while he was a GuggenheimFellow during the late ’40s.
Distributed for The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art
144 pp. 98 tritone illus. 11 x 11
paper over board 978-0-300-15443-6 $50.00
Master of the Spanish Still Life
Gretchen Hirschauer and Catherine Metzger; with contributions by Peter Cherryand Natacha Seseña
An exquisite look at the life and work of Luis Meléndez, one of 18th-century Europe’sgreatest still-life painters.
Published in association with the National Gallery of Art, Washington
200 pp. 40 b/w + 143 color illus. 9
Now available in paperback
WHATEVER HAPPENEDTO THRIFT?
Why Americans Don’t Save and What to Do about It
Ronald T. Wilcox
176 pp. 9 b/w illus.6
paper 978-0-300-15824-3 $20.00sc
cloth (S ’08) 978-0-300-12451-4 $30.00sc
Previoulsy announced S’07
THE WARSAW GHETTO
A Guide to the Perished City
Barbara Engelking and Jacek Leociak
936 pp. 250 b/w + 36 color illus.;3 maps 6