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New Titles List 2014, Issue 2

New Titles List 2014, Issue 2

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This monthly list presents art-related titles available through Worldwide Books, including exhibition catalogues and other museum and gallery publications, along with new American trade and university press books.
This monthly list presents art-related titles available through Worldwide Books, including exhibition catalogues and other museum and gallery publications, along with new American trade and university press books.

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Worldwide
 
Books
 
Museum
 
and
 
Gallery
 
Publications
 
Trade
 
and
 
University
 
Press
 
Books
 
ART
 
ARCHITECTURE
 
PHOTOGRAPHY
 
DESIGN
Contents1 Main
 
Selections5 Special
 
Order
 
Selections6 Additional
 
Selections14 Trade
 
&
 
University
 
Press
 
Books39 Index
 
of 
 
Titles45 Ordering
 
Information1001
 
West
 
Seneca
 
StreetIthaca,
 
NY
 
14850607.272.9200
 
TEL
607.272.0239
 
FAXU.S.
 
AND
 
CANADIAN
 
ORDERS:
800.473.8146info@worldwide
artbooks.com
WORLDWIDE
ARTBOOKS.COM
Since
 
1962
 
NEW
 
TITLES
 
2014
 
NUMBER
 
TWO
 
Bibliographic
 
Format 
This
 
monthly
 
list
 
presents
 
recent
 
titles
 
received
 
intostock
 
in
 
May
 
2013
 
and
 
now
 
available
 
throughWorldwide
 
Books,
 
including
 
exhibition
 
cataloguesand
 
other
 
museum
 
and
 
gallery
 
publications,
 
alongwith
 
new
 
American
 
trade
 
and
 
university
 
pressbooks.
 
Entries
 
for
 
museum
 
and
 
gallery
 
publicationsconsist
 
of 
 
the
 
full
 
title
 
(and
 
translation
 
whereappropriate);
 
author
 
or
 
editor
 
where
 
appropriate;first
 
exhibiting
 
institution
 
and
 
year
 
of 
 
exhibition;year
 
of 
 
publication
 
(if 
 
different
 
from
 
year
 
of exhibition);
 
organizer
 
of 
 
the
 
exhibition
 
and
 
publisherof 
 
the
 
catalogue
 
(if 
 
different
 
from
 
first
 
exhibitinginstitution);
 
pagination,
 
number
 
of 
 
illustrations
 
anddimensions;
 
LCCN;
 
ISBN;
 
language
 
of 
 
text;Worldwide
 
stock
 
number;
 
edition;
 
and
 
price.
 
Cover
 
Illustration:
Dr.
 
 Atl:
 
Obras
 
maestras/Masterpieces
 
Worldwide
 
35178
 
(see
 
page
 
2)
Publication
 
Categories
MAIN
 
SELECTIONS
Worldwide’s
 
Main
 
Selection
 
classification
 
is
 
comprised
 
of 
 
important
 
exhibition
 
cataloguesthat
 
fall
 
into
 
one
 
of 
 
two
 
levels:The
 
Basic
 
Selection
 
(Plan
 
1)
 
forms
 
the
 
core
 
of 
 
our
 
approval
plan
 
program,
 
and
 
consists
 
of catalogues
 
 judged
 
to
 
be
 
of 
 
central
 
importance
 
to
 
the
 
support
 
of 
 
most
 
undergraduate
 
andgraduate
 
curricula.
 
Catalogues
 
of 
 
retrospectives
 
on
 
established
 
artists
 
and
 
significantthematic
 
exhibitions
 
are
 
characteristically
 
included
 
in
 
this
 
selection.
 
In
 
our
 
monthly
 
NewTitles
 
list,
 
a
 
bullet
 
preceding
 
a
 
title
 
number
 
indicates
 
a
 
Basic
 
Selection
 
title.The
 
Supplemental
 
Selection
 
(Plan
 
2)
 
encompasses
 
noteworthy
 
exhibition
 
catalogues
 
onspecialized
 
topics
 
and
 
less
 
prominent
 
artists
 
that
 
may
 
be
 
essential
 
to
 
many
 
librarycollections,
 
but
 
that
 
are
 
of 
 
somewhat
 
limited
 
general
 
significance.
SPECIAL
 
ORDER
 
SELECTIONS
A
 
catalogue
 
is
 
offered
 
as
 
a
 
Special
 
Order
 
Selection
 
if 
 
its
 
price
 
exceeds
 
its
 
probableimportance
 
to
 
most
 
library
 
collections,
 
if 
 
its
 
status
 
as
 
an
 
exhibition
 
catalogue
 
is
 
ambiguous,or
 
if 
 
it
 
largely
 
duplicates
 
previously
 
published
 
catalogues.
 
Special
 
Order
 
Selections
 
areavailable
 
for
 
purchase
 
individually;
 
approval
 
plans
 
can
 
also
 
be
 
modified
 
to
 
include
 
some
 
orall
 
of 
 
these
 
titles.
ADDITIONAL
 
SELECTIONS
The
 
Additional
 
Selection
 
classification
 
is
 
designed
 
to
 
provide
 
libraries
 
access
 
to
 
the
 
manycatalogues
 
of 
 
secondary
 
importance
 
published
 
each
 
year.
 
Recommended
 
for
 
libraries
 
withstrong
 
collection
 
interests
 
in
 
particular
 
subject
 
areas,
 
this
 
group
 
of 
 
titles
 
typically
 
includesexhibition
 
catalogues
 
on
 
lesser
known
 
or
 
emerging
 
artists,
 
chiefly
 
pictorial
 
treatments
 
of major
 
figures
 
and
 
studies
 
of 
 
peripheral
 
topics.
 
Collection
 
catalogues
 
and
 
other
 
museumpublications
 
unrelated
 
to
 
exhibitions
 
are
 
also
 
included
 
in
 
this
 
group.
TRADE
 
AND
 
UNIVERSITY
 
PRESS
 
BOOKS
Titles
 
from
 
most
 
of 
 
the
 
major
 
American
 
trade
 
presses
 
publishing
 
in
 
the
 
area
 
of 
 
art
 
andarchitecture
 
are
 
offered
 
to
 
all
 
of 
 
Worldwide’s
 
library
 
customers
 
at
 
a
 
20%
 
discount(indicated
 
by
 
"†"
 
following
 
the
 
price),
 
while
 
titles
 
from
 
American
 
university
 
presses
 
andmany
 
small
 
presses
 
are
 
offered
 
at
 
a
 
10%
 
discount
 
(indicated
 
by
 
"x"
 
following
 
the
 
price);books
 
from
 
certain
 
small
 
presses
 
that
 
do
 
not
 
routinely
 
publish
 
in
 
the
 
area
 
of 
 
art
 
orarchitecture,
 
or
 
that
 
do
 
not
 
extend
 
standard
 
trade
 
terms
 
to
 
booksellers,
 
may
 
also
 
beincluded
 
in
 
this
 
listing,
 
and
 
are
 
offered
 
at
 
the
 
publisher's
 
list
 
price
 
with
 
no
 
discount.
 
Worldwide
 
Books
 
ARLIS/NA
 
2014,
 
Washington,
 
D.C.,
 
May
 
1
5.
 
See
 
you
 
there! 1
Main
 
Selections
MISIA:
 
REINE
 
DE
 
PARIS
 
(Misia:
 
Queen
 
of 
 
Paris).
 
Musée
 
d'Orsay,
 
Paris,2012.
 
Organized
 
and
 
published
 
in
 
association
 
with
 
Musée
 
Bonnard,
 
LeCannet.
 
Published
 
in
 
association
 
with
 
Éditions
 
Gallimard,
 
Paris.
 
192
 
pp.with
 
94
 
ills.
 
(61
 
col.).
 
26
 
x
 
20
 
cm.
 
ISBN
 
978
2
07
013819
7
 
In
 
French.Featuring
 
paintings,
 
drawings,
 
prints
 
and
 
other
 
works
 
by
 
such
 
artists
 
asBonnard,
 
Renoir,
 
Sert,
 
Lautrec,
 
Vallotton
 
and
 
Vuillard,
 
this
 
catalogueexamines
 
the
 
life
 
of 
 
Misia
 
Godebska
 
(1872
1950),
 
a
 
pianist
 
of 
 
Polishdescent
 
who
 
became
 
a
 
celebrated
 
muse
 
and
 
salonnière
 
in
 
Paris
 
from
 
theBelle
 
Époque
 
through
 
the
 
Années
 
Folles,
 
moving
 
in
 
circles
 
that
 
includednot
 
only
 
leading
 
painters,
 
for
 
whom
 
she
 
often
 
posed,
 
but
 
also
 
suchfigures
 
as
 
Stravinsky,
 
Diaghilev,
 
Debussy,
 
Cocteau,
 
Nijinski
 
and
 
Chanel.
 
Europe
 
– 
 
France
 
– 
 
1800
1900,
 
1900
1945
 
– 
 
Several 
 
Media
34630 Hardcover
 
$65.00
TEN
 
YEARS
 
OF
 
CONTEMPORARY
 
ART:
 
THE
 
JAMES
 
C.
 
SOURRIS
 
AMCOLLECTION.
 
Gallery
 
of 
 
Modern
 
Art,
 
Queensland
 
Art
 
Gallery,Brisbane,
 
2011.
 
156
 
pp.
 
with
 
125
 
ills.
 
(120
 
col.,
 
4
 
foldout).
 
31
 
x
 
24
 
cm.ISBN
 
978
1
921503
29
0
 
In
 
English.
International,
 
chiefly 
 
 Australia
 
– 
 
Post 
2000
 
– 
 
Several 
 
Media
34790 Paperbound
 
$59.95
TORRES
 
Y
 
RASCACIELOS:
 
DE
 
BABEL
 
A
 
DUBÁI
 
(Towers
 
and
 
Skyscrapers:From
 
Babel
 
to
 
Dubai).
 
Michel
 
Albaric
 
et
 
al.
 
Fundació
 
"la
 
Caixa,"Barcelona,
 
2012.
 
296
 
pp.
 
with
 
248
 
ills.
 
(150
 
col.)
 
and
 
212
 
reference
 
ills.(128
 
col.).
 
30
 
x
 
25
 
cm.
 
ISBN
 
978
84
9900
063
3
 
In
 
Spanish.
International 
 
– 
 
1900
1945,
 
Post 
1945
 
– 
 
Several 
 
Media
35011 Paperbound
 
$79.95
EVERYTHING
 
WAS
 
MOVING:
 
PHOTOGRAPHY
 
FROM
 
THE
 
60S
 
AND70S.
 
Ed.
 
by
 
Kate
 
Bush.
 
Barbican
 
Art
 
Gallery,
 
Barbican
 
Centre,
 
London,2012.
 
352
 
pp.
 
with
 
222
 
ills.
 
(89
 
col.).
 
26
 
x
 
28
 
cm.
 
ISBN978
0
946372
39
3
 
In
 
English.Highlights
 
more
 
than
 
200
 
images
 
by
 
twelve
 
internationalphotographers
 
whose
 
works
 
reflect
 
the
 
turbulent
 
social
 
and
 
politicalclimates
 
of 
 
the
 
1960s
 
and
 
70s,
 
among
 
them
 
Bruce
 
Davidson,
 
WilliamEggleston,
 
David
 
Goldblatt,
 
Graciela
 
Iturbide,
 
Boris
 
Mikhailov,
 
SigmarPolke,
 
Malick
 
Sidibé,
 
Raghubir
 
Singh
 
and
 
Shomei
 
Tomatsu.
 
International 
 
– 
 
Post 
1945
 
– 
 
Photography 
35070 Hardcover
 
$95.00
TOULOUSE
LAUTREC:
 
PARIS
 
&
 
THE
 
MOULIN
 
ROUGE.
 
Jane
 
Kinsmanand
 
Stéphane
 
Guégan.
 
National
 
Gallery
 
of 
 
Australia,
 
Canberra,
 
2012.Distributed
 
in
 
the
 
U.S.A.
 
by
 
University
 
of 
 
Washington
 
Press,
 
Seattle.288
 
pp.
 
with
 
234
 
ills.
 
(207
 
col.).
 
29
 
x
 
25
 
cm.
 
ISBN
 
978
0
642
33430
5In
 
English.
Europe
 
– 
 
France
 
– 
 
1800
1900
 
– 
 
Several 
 
Media
35078 Paperbound
 
$49.95x
NORDIC
 
ART:
 
THE
 
MODERN
 
BREAKTHROUGH,
 
1860
1920.
 
Ed.
 
byDavid
 
Jackson.
 
Groninger
 
Museum,
 
Groningen,
 
2012.
 
Organized
 
inassociation
 
with
 
Kunsthalle
 
der
 
Hypo
Kulturstiftung,
 
Munich.Published
 
by
 
Hirmer
 
Verlag,
 
Munich.
 
Distributed
 
in
 
the
 
U.S.A.
 
byUniversity
 
of 
 
Chicago
 
Press.
 
260
 
pp.
 
with
 
164
 
ills.
 
(152
 
col.).
 
30
 
x
 
29cm.
 
ISBN
 
978
3
7774
7081
8
 
In
 
English.
Europe
 
– 
 
1800
1900,
 
1900
1945
 
– 
 
Painting
35132 Hardcover
 
$65.00x
ART
 
INTERRUPTED:
 
ADVANCING
 
AMERICAN
 
ART
 
AND
 
THE
 
POLITICSOF
 
CULTURAL
 
DIPLOMACY.
 
Jule
 
Collins
 
Smith
 
Museum
 
of 
 
Fine
 
Art,Auburn
 
University,
 
2012.
 
Organized
 
in
 
association
 
with
 
GeorgiaMuseum
 
of 
 
Art,
 
University
 
of 
 
Georgia,
 
Athens,
 
and
 
Fred
 
Jones
 
Jr.Museum
 
of 
 
Art,
 
University
 
of 
 
Oklahoma,
 
Norman.
 
Published
 
by
 
GeorgiaMuseum
 
of 
 
Art,
 
University
 
of 
 
Georgia,
 
Athens.
 
274
 
pp.
 
with
 
123
 
ills.(119
 
col.).
 
28
 
x
 
31
 
cm.
 
LC
 
2012
9700
 
ISBN
 
978
0
915977
78
9
 
In
 
English.
United 
 
States
 
– 
 
1900
1945
 
– 
 
Painting
35137 Hardcover
 
$65.00
CONTEMPORARY
 
AUSTRALIA:
 
WOMEN.
 
Julie
 
Ewington.
 
Gallery
 
of Modern
 
Art,
 
Queensland
 
Art
 
Gallery,
 
Brisbane,
 
2012.
 
220
 
pp.
 
with176
 
ills.
 
(166
 
col.).
 
31
 
x
 
24
 
cm.
 
ISBN
 
978
1
921503
38
2
 
In
 
English.
 Australia
 
– 
 
Post 
2000
 
– 
 
Several 
 
Media
 
– 
 
Women
 
 Artists
35138 Paperbound
 
$59.95
SOVIET
 
MODERNISM,
 
1955
1991:
 
UNKNOWN
 
HISTORY.
 
KatharinaRitter
 
et
 
al.
 
Architekturzentrum
 
Wien,
 
Vienna,
 
2012.
 
Published
 
byPark
 
Books,
 
Zurich.
 
360
 
pp.
 
with
 
485
 
ills.
 
(337
 
col.)
 
and
 
537
 
referenceills.
 
(252
 
col.).
 
30
 
x
 
25
 
cm.
 
ISBN
 
978
3
906027
14
2
 
In
 
English.
Russia
 
– 
 
Post 
1945
 
– 
 
 Architecture
35151 Flexibound
 
$65.00
MARKUS
 
RAETZ:
 
DRAWINGS—KUNSTMUSEUM
 
BASEL,KUPFERSTICHKABINETT.
 
Anita
 
Haldemann
 
et
 
al.
 
KunstmuseumBasel,
 
Museum
 
für
 
Gegenwartskunst,
 
Basel,
 
2012.
 
Published
 
by
 
HatjeCantz
 
Verlag,
 
Ostfildern.
 
Distributed
 
in
 
the
 
U.S.A.
 
by
 
Artbook|D.A.P.,New
 
York.
 
256
 
pp.
 
with
 
192
 
ills.
 
(181
 
col.).
 
28
 
x
 
22
 
cm.
 
ISBN978
3
7757
3385
4
 
In
 
English.
Europe
 
– 
 
Switzerland 
 
– 
 
Post 
1970
 
– 
 
Drawing
 
and 
 
Watercolor 
35156 Paperbound
 
$60.00x
ADOLF
 
WÖLFLI:
 
CREATOR
 
OF
 
THE
 
UNIVERSE.
 
Ed.
 
by
 
TerezieZemánková.
 
D
ç
m
 
u
 
Kamenného–Stone
 
Bell
 
House,
 
Galerie
 
hlavníhom
sta
 
Prahy,
 
Prague,
 
2012.
 
Organized
 
in
 
association
 
withKunstmuseum
 
Bern.
 
Published
 
by
 
Arbor
 
Vitae
 
Publishers,
 
Ì
evnice,
 
inassociation
 
with
 
Kunstmuseum
 
Bern
 
and
 
ABCD,
 
o.s.,
 
Prague.Distributed
 
in
 
the
 
U.S.A.
 
by
 
Artbook|D.A.P.,
 
New
 
York.
 
372
 
pp.
 
(2foldout)
 
with
 
252
 
ills.
 
(160
 
col.).
 
28
 
x
 
25
 
cm.
 
ISBN
 
978
80
87164
95
2In
 
English.
Europe
 
– 
 
Switzerland 
 
– 
 
1900
1945
 
– 
 
Drawing,
 
Mixed 
 
Media/Collage
 
– Outsider 
 
 Art 
35164 Hardcover
 
$55.00x

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