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Art Jan 6, 2011

“Jose Parla: Walls, Diaries, and Paintings” Book

Published by Hatje Cantz Verlang, this new monograph should successfully satisfy the appititte of even the most rapid Jose Parla fan. Jose Parla: Walls, Diaries, and Paintings offers a full look at the artists calligraphic work, inspired by… Read more
Books & Magazines Aug 24, 2010

Poster Boy “The War of Art!”

Published in June by Mark Batty, Poster Boy’s debut monograph, The War of Art!, celebrates his inventive reworking of commercial advertising. Poster Boy has undeniable wit, and he’s also neatly thread the fine line between cultural… Read more
Architecture Jan 11, 2010

Shigeru Ban: Paper in Architecture

Typically, paper does not rank high among people’s conception of architectural materials. Japanese architect Shigeru Ban, however, has made paper his primary material, simultaneously celebrating its strength and durability and its… Read more
Architecture Jul 15, 2009

Jean Nouvel by Jean Nouvel

Widely acknowledged as France’s most important contemporary architect, Jean Nouvel has completed famed buildings from Paris to Minnesota. For Jean Nouvel: The Complete Works, Nouvel worked for 5 years with Taschen’s architectural editor… Read more
Art Mar 26, 2009

Jeff Koons Monograph

Touted as “Koons for the Poor!” Taschen’s latest monograph explores the world of the Jeff Koons. Essay’s from Ingrid Sischy and Eckhard Schneider build context. Katy Sigel offers critical analysis of his work. The book is arranged… Read more
Art Feb 9, 2009

Black Light

Los Angeles native and New York-based visual artist Kehinde Wiley has firmly situated himself within art history’s portrait painting tradition. As a contemporary descendant of a long line of portraitists—including Reynolds… Read more
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