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British Studio Potters' Marks, by Eric Yates-Owen and Robert Fournier, ed. and updated by James Hazlewood. 3rd ed. Bloomsbury, April 2015. 784 p. ill. ISBN 9781408183502 (cl.), $110.00.

Survey of Historic Costume, by Phyllis G. Tortora and Sara B. Marcketti. 6th ed. Fairchild, March 2015. 720 p. ill. ISBN 9781628921670 (cl.), $140.00.

General Art & Theory

Animateur d'art, ed. by Ingrid Goddeeris & Noémie Goldman. Koninklijke Musea voor Schone Kunsten van België, February 2015. 247 p. ill. ISBN 9789077013076 (pbk.), € 20,00.

Art and Contemporaneity, ed. By Frank Ruda and Jan Voelker. Diaphanes, dist. By University of Chicago Press, August 2015. 176 p. ISBN 9783037342091 (pbk.), $30.00.

Dissolve into Comprehension: Writings and Interviews, 1964-2004, by Jack Burnham. MIT Press, October 2015. 351 p. ill. ISBN 9780262029278 (cl.), $34.95.

The Pleasure of Research, by Henk Slager. Hatje Cantz, August 2015. 96 p. ill. ISBN 9783775739764 (pbk.), $30.00.

Principles of Art History: The Problem of the Development of Style in Early Modern Art, by Heinrich Wölfflin. One Hundredth Anniversary Edition, translated by Jonathan Blower. Getty, June 2015. 368 p. ill. ISBN 9781606064528 (pbk.), $34.95.

Universal Principles of Art: 100 Key Concepts for Understanding, Analyzing, and Practicing Art, by John A. Parks. Rockport, November 2014. 208 p. ill. ISBN 97816315690306 (cl.), $35.00.

African

The Art of Conversion: Christian Visual Culture in the Kingdom of Kongo, by Cécile Fromont. University of North Carolina Press, December 2014. 352 p. ill. ISBN 9781469618715 (cl.), $45.00.

Embodiments: Masterworks of African Figurative Sculpture, by Christina Hellmich and Manuel Jordán. Prestel, December 2014. 304 p. ill. ISBN 9783791354330 (cl.), $85.00.

Portrait of an Island: The Architecture and Material Culture of Gorée, Sénégal, 1758-1837, by Mark Hinchman. University of Nebraska Press, December 2015. 420 p. ill. ISBN 9780803254138 (cl.), $70.00.

Postcolonial Modernism: Art and Decolonization in Twentieth-Century Nigeria, by Chika Okeke-Agulu. Duke University Press, March 2015. 376 p. ill. ISBN 9780822357469 (pbk.), $29.95; ISBN 9780822357322 (cl.), $99.95.

Asian

Allegories of Time and Space: Japanese Identity in Photography and Architecture, by Jonathan M. Reynolds. University of Hawai'I Press, February 2015. 316 p. ill. ISBN 9780824839246 (cl.), $45.00.

The Art of the Yellow Springs: Understanding Chinese Tombs, by Wu Hung. Reaktion Books, dist. by University of Chicago Press, May 2015. 272 p. ill. ISBN 9781861897817 (pbk.), $45.00.

Asia in Amsterdam: The Culture of Luxury in the Golden Age, ed. by Karina H. Corrigan, Jan van Campen, and Femke Diercks. Yale University Press, December 2015. 356 p. ill. ISBN 9780300212877 (cl.), $65.00.

Living for the Moment: Japanese Prints from the Barbara S. Bowman Collection, by Hollis Goodall. Los Angeles County Museum of Art; DelMonico, November 2015. 184 p. ill. ISBN 9783791354729 (cl.), $49.95.

Painting Traditions of the Drigung Kagyu School, by David P. Jackson. Rubin Museum of Art, dist. by University of Washington Press, January 2015. 325 p. ill. ISBN 9780984519071 (cl.), $75.00.

Pathways to Korean Culture: Paintings of the Joseon Dynasty, 1392-1910, by Burglind Jungmann. Reaktion Books, dist. by University of Chicago Press, March 2015. 392 p. ill. ISBN 9781780233673 (cl.), $65.00.

Qing Encounters: Artistic Exchanges between China and the West, ed. by Petra ten-Doesschate Chu and Ning Ding. (Issues and debates). Getty Research Institute, October 2015. 320 p. ill. ISBN 9781606064573 (pbk.), $55.00.

Textiles of Timor: Island in the Woven Sea, ed. by Roy W. Hamilton and Joanna Barrkman. Fowler Museum, dist. by University of Washington Press, January 2015. 251 p. ill. ISBN 9780984755080 (pbk.), $50.00.

Theatre of Dreams, Theatre of Play: Nō and Kyōgen in Japan, ed. by Khanh Trinh. 230 p. ill. ISBN 9781741741063 (pbk.), $55.00.

Tōkaidō Texts and Tales: Tōkaidō gojūsan tsui by Kuniyoshi, Hiroshige, and Kunisada, ed. by Andreas Marks. University Press of Florida, October 2015. 216 p. ill. ISBN 9780813060217 (cl.), $80.00.

Middle Eastern, including Islamic

Damascus Tiles, by Arthur Millner. Prestel, October 2015. 320 p. ill. ISBN 9783791381473 (cl.), $85.00.

God is the Light of the Heavens and the Earth: Light in Islamic Art and Culture, ed. by Jonathan Bloom and Sheila Blair. Yale University Press, December 2015. 384 p. ill. ISBN 9780300215281 (cl.), $85.00.

Persian Painting: The Arts of the Book and Portraiture, by Adel T. Adamova and Manijeh Bayani. Thames & Hudson, July 2015. 552 p. ill. ISBN 9780500970676 (cl.), $75.00.

Pre-Islamic Carpets and Textiles from Eastern Lands, by Friedrich Spuhler. Thames & Hudson, September 2015. 160 p. ill. ISBN 9780500970553 (pbk.), $31.95.

The Americas

The Andean Science of Weaving: Structures and Techniques of Warp-faced Weaves, by Denish Y. Arnold and Elvira Espejo. Thames & Hudson, July 2015. 352 p. ill. ISBN 9780500517925 (cl.), $95.00.

North American Indian Art: Masterpieces and Museum Collections from the Netherlands, ed. By Pieter Hovens and Bruce Bernstein. University of Oklahoma Press, July 2015. 320 p. ill. ISBN 9783981162080 (cl.), $39.95.

War Paintings of the Tsuu T'ina Nation, by Arni Brownstone. University of Nebraska Press, August 2015. 176 p. ill. ISBN 9780803265219 (pbk.), $35.00

Pacific

From Samoa with Love? Retracing the Footsteps, by Hilke Thode-Arora. Hirmer Publishers, dist. by University of Chicago Press, December 2014. 216 p. ill. ISBN 9783777422398 (cl.), $55.00.

Plumes and Pearlshells: Art of the New Guinea Highlands, by Natalie Wilson. Art Gallery of New South Wales, dist. by University of Washington Press, August 2015. 172 p. ill. ISBN 9781741741056 (pbk.), $60.00.

Royal Hawaiian Featherwork: Nā Hulu Aliʻi, ed. by Leah Caldeira et al. Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco; University of Hawai'i Press, August 2015. 280 p. ill. ISBN 97808248558751 (pbk.), $49.95.

Ancient, including Egypt, Greece, & Rome

Arts of the Hellenized East: Precious Metalwork and Gems of the Pre-Islamic Era, by Martha L. Carter. Thames & Hudson, December 2015. 424 p. ill. ISBN 9780500970690 (cl.), $75.00.

The Greeks in Asia, by John Boardman. Thames & Hudson, June 2015. 240 p. ill. ISBN 9780500252130 (cl.), $50.00.

Introducing the Ancient Greeks: From Bronze Age Seafarers to Navigators of the Western Mind, by Edith Hall. W. W. Norton, July 2015. 336 p. ill. ISBN 9780393351163 (pbk.), $16.95.

Luxus: The Sumptuous Arts of Greece and Rome, by Kenneth Lapatin. J. Paul Getty Museum, July 2015. 296 p. ill. ISBN 9781606064221 (cl.), $74.95.

The Museum of Augustus: The Temple of Apollo in Pompeii, the Portico of Philippus in Rome, and Latin Poetry, by Peter Heslin. J. Paul Getty Museum, April 2015. 352 p. ill. ISBN 9781606064214 (cl.), $65.00.

Power and Pathos: Bronze Sculpture of the Hellenistic World, ed. by Jens M. Daehner and Kenneth Lapatin. J. Paul Getty Museum, July 2015. 368 p. ill. ISBN 9781606064399 (cl.), $65.00.

Middle Ages, including Byzantine

Italian Illuminated Manuscripts in the J. Paul Getty Museum, by Thomas Kren and Kurt Barstow. 2nd ed. Getty Publications, April 2015. 112 p. ill. ISBN 9781606064368 (pbk.), $19.95.

Worlds Within: Opening the Medieval Shrine Madonna, by Elina Gertsman. Penn State University Press, April 2015. 288 p. ill. ISBN 9780271064017 (cl.), $79.95.

Western, 16th & 17th Centuries

Andrea del Sarto: The Renaissance Workshop in Action, by Julian Brooks. J. Paul Getty Museum, June 2015. 264 p. ill. ISBN 9781606064382 (cl.), $59.00.

A Butterfly Journey: Maria Sibylla Merian, Artist and Scientiest, by Boris Friedewald. Prestel, August 2015. 144 p. ill. ISBN 9783791381497 (cl.), $18.95.

The Day the Renaissance was Saved: The Battle of Anghiari and da Vinci's Lost Masterpiece, by Niccolò Capponi. Melville House, November 2015. 298 p. ill. ISBN 9781612194608 (cl.), $26.95.

Dutch Art and Urban Cultures, 1200-1700, by Elisabeth de Bièvre. Yale University Press, November 2015. 492 p. ill. ISBN 9780300205626 (cl.), $75.00.

In a New Light: Giovanni Bellini’s St Francis in the Desert, by Susannah Rutherglen and Charlotte Hale. Frick Collection, New York; Giles, March 2015. 232 p. ill. ISBN 9781907804397 (cl.), $ 55.00.

A Kingdom of Images: French Prints in the Age of Louis XIV, 1660-1715, ed. by Peter Fuhring et al. Getty Research Institute, June 2015. 344 p. ill. ISBN 9781606064504 (cl.), $80.00.

Pleasure and Piety: The Art of Joachim Wtewael, ed. by James Clifton, Arthur K. Wheelock, and Lisbeth M. Helmus. National Gallery of Art, Washington; Princeton University Press, March 2015. 240 p. ill. ISBN 9780691166063 (cl.), $65.00.

Prints and Drawings: Europe 1500-1900, by Peter Raissis. University of Washington Press, August 2015. 195 p. ill. ISBN 9781741741087 (cl.), $55.00.

The Russian Passion for Dutch Painting of the Golden Age, by Irina Sikolova. (Oud Holland book series). Brill, August 2015. 445 p. ill. ISBN 9789004292413 (cl.), $188.00.

Sculpture in the Age of Donatello: Renaissance Masterpieces from Florence Cathedral, ed. by Timothy Verdon and Daniel M. Zolli. Museum of Biblical Art, New York; Giles, February 2015. 200 p. ill. ISBN 9781907804564 (cl.), $49.95.

Still Lives: Death, Desire, and the Portrait of the Old Master, by Maria Loh. Princeton University Press, March 2015. 328 p. ill. ISBN 9780691164960 (cl.), $49.95.

Western, 18th Century

Académie Royale: A History in Portraits, by Hannah Williams. Ashgate, April 2015. 394 p. ill. ISBN 9781409457428 (cl.), $109.95.

The Bauers: Joseph, Franz & Ferdinand, Masters of Botanical Illustration, by Hans Walter Lack. Prestel, November 2015. 496 p. ill. ISBN 9783791354897 (cl.), $85.00.

Canaletto: Bernardo Bellotto Paints Europe, ed. by Andreas Schumacher. Hirmer Publishers, dist. by University of Chicago Press, February 2015. 360 p. ill. ISBN 9783777422473 (cl.), $75.00.

Manuscript Cultures of Colonial Mexico and Peru: New Questions and Approaches, ed. by Thomas B. F. Cummins et al. (Issues & debates). Getty Research Institute, February 2015. 224 p. ill. ISBN 9781606064351 (pbk.), $49.00.

Western, 19th Century

Art Forms from the Abyss: Ernst Haeckel's Images from the HMS Challenger Expedition, by Peter J. le B. Williams et al. Prestel, October 2015. 144 p. ill. ISBN 9783791381411 (pbk.), $29.95.

The Artist's Garden: American Impressionism and the Garden Movement, ed. by Anna O. Marley. University of Pennsylvania Press, December 2014. 264 p. ill. ISBN 9780812246650 (cl.), $45.00.

Benjamin-Constant: Marvels and Mirages of Orientalism, ed. by Nathalie Bondil. Hazan, dist. by Yale University Press, March 2015. 400 p. ill. ISBN 9780300210897 (cl.), $65.00.

Blacks and Blackness in European Art of the Long Nineteenth Century, ed. by Adrienne L. Childs and Susan H. Libby. Ashgate, December 2014. 262 p. ill. ISBN 9781409422006 (cl.), $109.95.

Delacroix and the Rise of Modern Art, by Patrick Noon and Christopher Riopelle. National Gallery London, dist. by Yale University Press, November 2015. 272 p. ill. ISBN 9781857095753 (cl.), $60.00.

Discovering the Impressionists: Paul Durand-Ruel and the New Painting, ed. by Sylvie Patry. National Gallery, London, 2015. 303 p. ill. ISBN 9780876332610 (cl.), $65.00.

From San Juan to Paris and Back: Francisco Oller and Caribbean Art in the Era of Impressionism, by Edward J. Sullivan. Yale University Press, October 2014. 208 p. ill. ISBN 9780300203202 (cl.), $60.00.

Georges Seurat: The Art of Vision, by Michelle Foa. Yale University Press, July 2015. 248 p. ill. ISBN 9780300208351 (cl.), $65.00.

Impressionism: Reimagining Art, by Norbert Wolf. Prestel, October 2015. 272 p. ill. ISBN 9783791349787 (cl.), $75.00.

Jervis McEntee: Kingston's Artist of the Hudson River School. The Friends of Historic Kingston; Black Dome Press, May 2015. 64 p. ill. ISBN 9781883789817 (pbk.), $18.50.

John La Farge and the Recovery of the Sacred, ed. by Jeffery Howe. Mc Mullen Museum of Art, Boston College, dist. by University of Chicago Press, November 2015. 236 p. ill. ISBN 9781892850249 (pbk.), $35.00.

John Ruskin, by Andrew Ballantyne. (Critical lives). Reaktion, dist. by University of Chicago Press, October 2015. 252 p. ill. ISBN 9781780234298 (pbk.), $16.95.

Konstantin Makovsky: The Tsar's Painter in America and Paris, by Wendy Salmond, Wilfried Zeisler, and Russell Martin. Hillwood Museum and Gardens: Giles, December 2015. 144 p. ill. ISBN 9781907804700 (cl.), $45.00.

Looking at Monet: The Great Impressionist and His Influence on Austrian Art, ed. by Agnes Husslein-Arco and Stephan Koja. 256 p. ill. ISBN 9783777423647 (cl.), $55.00.

Making Modern Japanese-Style Painting: Kano Hogai and the Search for Images, by Chelsea Foxwell. University of Chicago Press, August 2015. 281 p. ill. ISBN 9870226110806 (cl.), $65.00.

Manet Paints Monet: A Summer in Argenteuil, by Willibald Sauerländer. Getty Research Institute, December 2014. 80 p. ill. ISBN 9781606064383 (cl.), $19.95.

Monet and the Birth of Impressionism, by Felix Krämer. Prestel, May 2015. 296 p. ill. ISBN 9783791354132 (cl.), $65.00.

Monet’s “Impression, Sunrise”: The Biography of a Painting, ed. by Marianne Mathieu and Dominique Lobstein. Hazan, dist. by Yale University Press, March 2015. 192 p. ill. ISBN 9780300210880 (cl.), $50.00.

Monet's Trees: Paintings and Drawings by Claude Monet, by Ralph Skea. Thames & Hudson, November 2015. 112 p. ill. ISBN 9780500239407 (cl.), $19.95.

Munch: Van Gogh, ed. by Maite van Dijk, Magne Bruteig, and Leo Jansen. Mercatorfond, dist. by Yale University Press, September 2015. 240 p. ill. ISBN 9780300211573 (cl.), $60.00.

The Nazarenes: Romantic Avant-Garde and the Art of the Concept, by Cordula Grewe. Penn State University Press, April 2015. 400 p. ill. ISBN 9780271064147 (cl.), $89.95.

Night Vision: Nocturnes in American Art, 1860-1960, by Joachim Homann. Bowdoin College Museum of Art; DelMonico, July 2015. 176 p. ill. ISBN 9783791354668 (cl.), $60.00.

Painted Journeys: The Art of John Mix Stanley, by Peter H. Hassrick and Mindy N. Besaw. University of Oklahoma, July 2015. 308 p. ill. ISBN 9780806148298 (cl.), $54.95; ISBN 9780806151557 (pbk.), $34.95.

The Painters' Panorama: Narrative, Art, and Faith in the Moving Panorama of Pilgrim's Progress, by Jessica Skwire Routhier, Kevin J. Avery, and Thomas Hardiman Jr. UPNE, May 2015. 184 p. ill. ISBN 9781611686630 (cl.), $35.00.

Paul Cézanne: Drawings and Watercolors, by Christopher Lloyd. J. Paul Getty Museum, September 2015. 320 p. ill. ISBN 9781606064641 (cl.), $39.95.

Paul Gauguin: The Mysterious Centre of Thought, by Dario Gamboni. Reaktion Books, dist. by University of Chicago Press, March 2015. 304 p. ill. ISBN 9781780233680 (cl.), $57.00.

Picture Freedom: Remaking Black Visuality in the Early Nineteenth Century, by Jasmine Cobb. (America and the long 19th century). NYU Press, April 2015. 288 p. ill. ISBN 9781479829774 (pbk.), $27.00.

Rival Sisters, Art and Music at the Birth of Modernism, 1815-1915, ed. by James H. Rubin. Ashgate, December 2014. 414 p. ill. ISBN 9781409420705 (cl.), $129.95.

Social Concern and Left Politics in Jewish American Art 1880-1940, by Matthew Baigell. (Judaic traditions in literature, music, and art). Syracuse University Press, April 2015. 280 p. ill. ISBN 9780815633969 (cl.), $39.95; ISBN 9780815653219 (e-book), $39.95.

Van Gogh: The Birth of an Artist, ed. by Sjraar van Heugten. Yale University Press, April 2015. 264 p. ill. ISBN 9780300212129 (cl.), $75.00.

Visual Art and the Urban Evolution of the New South, by Deborah C. Pollack. University of South Carolina Press, January 2015. 400 p. ill. ISBN 978161174328 (cl.), $59.95.

The Work of Art: Plein Air Painting and Artistic Identity in Nineteenth-Century France, by Anthea Callen. Reaktion, dist. by University of Chicago Press, July 2015. 256 p. ill. ISBN 9781780233550 (cl.), $50.00.

Art, Non-Photography, Pre-1945

Adventures of the Black Square: Abstract Art and Society 1915-2015, ed. by Iwona Blazwick and Magnus af Petersens. Prestel, February 2015. 264 p. ill. ISBN 9783791354446 (cl.), $60.00.

Avant-Garde Museology: e-flux Classics, by Arseny Zhilyaev. e-flux Classics, dist. by University of Minnesota Press, October 2015. 576 p. ill. ISBN 9780816699193 (pbk.), $35.00.

Berlin Metropolis 1918-1933, by Olaf Peters. Neue Galerie New York; Prestel, November 2015. 400 p. ill. ISBN 9783791354903 (cl.), $75.00.

Connecting the World: The Panama Canal at 100, by Jonathan Stuhlman, Anthony Doerr, and Mel Chin. Mint Museum, 2014. 175 p. ill. ISBN 9780983194279 (cl.), $39.95.

The Cube and the Face: Around a Sculpture by Alberto Giacometti, by Georges Didi-Huberman. Diaphanes, dist. by University of Chicago Press, August 2015. 247 p. ill. ISBN 9783037345207 (pbk.), $35.00.

Democratic Art: The New Deal's Influence on American Culture, by Sharon Ann Musher. University of Chicago Press, June 2015. 293 p. ill. ISBN 9780226247182 (cl.), $45.00.

Egon Schiele: Portraits, by Alessandra Comini. Prestel, November 2014. 296 p. ill. ISBN 9783791354194 (cl.), $65.00.

Frida Kahlo's Garden, ed. by Adirana Zavala, Mia D'Avanza, and Joanna L. Groarke. New York Botantical Garden; DelMonico, May 2015. 136 p. ill. ISBN 9783791354569 (cl.), $34.95.

Georgia O'Keeffe, by Nancy J. Scott. (Critical lives). Reaktion Books, dist. by University of Chicago Press, October 2015. 272 p. ill. ISBN 9781780234281 (pbk.), $16.95.

Graphic Passion: Matisse and the Book Arts, by John Bidwell. Penn State University Press, November 2015. 264 p. ill. ISBN 9780271071114 (pbk.), $65.00

Hagenbund: A European Network of Modernism 1900 to 1938, ed. by Agnes Husslein-Arco. Hirmer, dist. by University of Chicago Press, April 2015. 447 p. ill. ISBN 9783777422749 (cl.), $65.00.

Klee & Kandinsky: Neighbors, Friends, Rivals, ed. by Michael Baumgartner, Annegret Hoberg, Christine Hopfengart. Prestel, August 2015. 360 p. ill. ISBN 9783791354804 (cl.), $60.00.

The Idea of North: The Paintings of Lawren Harris, by Steve Martin. DelMonico, October 2015. 160 p. ill. ISBN 9783791354705 (cl.), $49.95.

The Living Line: Modern Art and the Economy of Energy, by Robin Veder. (Interfaces: studies in visual culture). Dartmouth College Press, dist. by UPNE, April 2015. 384 p. ill. ISBN 9781611687248 (pbk.), $40.00.

Marvelous Objects: Surrealist Sculpture from Paris to New York, by Valerie J. Fletcher. Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden; DelMonico, October 2015. 192 p. ill. ISBN 9783791354651 (cl.), $49.95.

Max Beckmann at the Saint Louis Art Museum: The Paintings, by Lynette Roth. Saint Louis Art Museum; DelMonico, July 2015. 272 p. ill. ISBN 9783791352343 (cl.), $65.00.

New Objectivity: Modern German Art in the Weimar Republic 1919-1933, ed. by Stephanie Barron and Sabine Eckmann. Los Angeles County Museum of Art; DelMonico, May 2015. 360 p. ill. ISBN 9783791354316 (cl.), $75.00.

The Organic School of the Russian Avant-Garde: Nature's Creative Principles, by Isabel Wünsche. (Science and the arts since 1750). Ashgate, October 2015. 254 p. ill. ISBN 9781472432698 (cl.), $104.95.

Paul Klee: The Visible and the Legible, by Annie Bourneuf. University of Chicago Press, August 2015. 251 p. ill. ISBN 9780226091181 (cl.), $45.00.

Peggy Guggenheim: The Shock of the Modern, by Francine Prose. Yale University Press, September 2015. 240 p. ill. ISBN 9780300203486 (pbk.), $25.00.

Picasso’s Animals, by Boris Friedewald. Prestel, November 2014. 144 p. ill. ISBN 9783791349909 (cl.), $18.95.

Piet Mondrian: The Studios, Amsterdam, Laren, Paris, London, New York, ed. by Cees W. de Jong. 240 p. ill. ISBN 9780500239353 (cl.), $50.00.

Rage and Denials: Collectivist Philosophy, Politics, and Art Historiography, 1890-1947, by Branko Mitrović. Penn State University Press, August 2015. 256 p. ISBN 9780271066783 (cl.), $89.95.

Resisting Abstraction: Robert Delaunay and Vision in the Face of Modernism, by Gordon Hughes. University of Chicago Press, December 2014. 169 p. ill. ISBN 9780226159065 (cl.), $45.00.

Russian Modernism: Cross-Currents of German and Russian Art, 1907-1917, ed. by Konstantin Akinsha. Neue Galerie New York; Prestel, June 2015. 208 p. ill. ISBN 9783791354583 (cl.), $60.00.

A Strange Mixture: The Art and Politics of Painting Pueblo Indians, by Sascha T. Scott. University of Oklahoma Press, February 2015. 280 p. ill. ISBN 9780806144849 (cl.), $45.00.

Art, Non-Photography, 1945-1999

Agnes Martin: Her Life and Art, by Nancy Princenthal. Thames & Hudson, June 2015. 320 p. ill. ISBN 9780500093900 (cl.), $39.95.

American Epics: Thomas Hart Benton and Hollywood, by Austen Barron Bailly. Peabody Essex Museum; DelMonico, May 2015. 256 p. ill. ISBN 9783791354224 (cl.), $60.00.

Andrzej Wróblewski: Recto/Verso, ed. by Eric de Chassey and Marta Dziewanska. Museum of Modern Art, Warsaw, dist. by Chicago University Press, April 2015. 290 p. ill. ISBN 9788364177163 (pbk.), $29.00.

Andy Warhol: The Complete Commissioned Record Covers, by Paul Maréchal. 264 p. ill. ISBN 9783791354248 (cl.), $60.00.

Anselm Kiefer, by Daniel Arasse. Thames & Hudson, January 2015. 344 p. ill. ISBN 9780500291610 (pbk.), $40.00.

Antony Gormley on Sculpture, ed. by Mark Holborn. University of Chicago Press, November 2015. 239 p. ill. ISBN 9780226317823 (cl.), $40.00.

Art Labor, Sex Politics: Feminist Effects in 1970s British Art and Performance, by Siona Wilson. University of Minnesota Press, February 2015. 320 p. ill. ISBN 9780816685752 (pbk.), $29.95; ISBN 9780816685738 (cl.), $105.00.

Art since 1989, by Kelly Grovier. (World of art). Thames & Hudson, December 2015. 224 p. ill. ISBN 9780500204269 (pbk.), $21.95.

The Artistic Journey of Yasuo Kuniyoshi, by Tom Wolf. Smithsonian American Art Museum; Giles, May 2015. 176 p. ill. ISBN 9781907804632 (cl.), $59.95.

The Autobiography of Gustave Baumann, ed. by Martin Krause. Pomegranate, September 2015. 160 p. ill. ISBN 9780764971921 (cl.), $40.00.

Barry Le Va: The Aesthetic Aftermath, by Michael Maizels. University of Minnesota Press, September 2015. 232 p. ill. ISBN 9780816694693 (pbk.), $30.00; ISBN 9780816694686 (cl.), $90.00.

Bas Jan Ader: Death is Elsewhere, by Alexander Dumbadze. University of Chicago Press, March 2015. 190 p. ill. ISBN 9780226269856 (pbk.), $17.00.

Basquiat and the Bayou, by Franklin Simans. Prestel, October 2014. 112 p. ill. ISBN 9783791354040 (cl.), $34.95.

Biko's Ghost: The Iconography of Black Consciousness, by Shannen L. Hill. University of Minnesota Press, June 2015. 400 p. ill. ISBN 9780816676378 (pbk.), $29.95; ISBN 9780816676361 (cl.), $105.00.

Brand-New & Terrific: Alex Katz in the 1950s, by Diana Tuite. DelMonico, August 2015. 208 p. ill. ISBN 9783791354354 (cl.), $60.00.

Bruce Nauman, by Robert Storr and Joan Simon. Fondation Cartier pourl'art contemporain, dist. By Thames & Hudson, September 2015. 128 p. ill. ISBN 9782869251175 (cl.), $40.00.

Crosscurrents: Modern Art from the Sam Rose and Julie Walters Collection, by Virginia Mecklenburg. Smithsonian American Art Museum; Giles, November 2015. 232 p. ill. ISBN 9781907804809 (cl.), $59.95.

Doris Stauffer: A Monograph, ed. by Simone Koller and Mara Züst. Scheidegger and Spiess, dist. by University of Chicago Press, December 2015. 211 p. ill. ISBN 9783858817600 (pbk.), $50.00.

Edgar Heap of Birds, by Bill Anthes. Duke University Press, September 2015. 232 p. ill. ISBN 9780822359944 (pbk.), $24.95; ISBN 9780822359814 (cl.), $89.95; ISBN 9780822374992 (e-book), $24.95.

Elaine de Kooning: Portraits, by Brandon Brame Fortune. National Portrait Gallery, Smithsonian Institution; DelMonico, May 2015. 160 p. ill. ISBN 9783791354385 (cl.), $49.95.

The Experimenters: Chance and Design at Black Mountain College, by Eva Díaz. University of Chicago Press, January 2015. 215 p. ill. ISBN 9780226067988 (cl.), $40.00.

Frank Auerbach: Speaking and Painting, by Catherine Lampert. Thames & Hudson, June 2015. 240 p. ill. ISBN 9780500239254 (cl.), $40.00.

Fred Graham: Creator of Forms, Te Tohunga Auaha, by Maria de Jong. Huia, dist. by University of Washington Press, January 2015. 186 p. ill. ISBN 9781775501343 (pbk.), $60.00.

The Freedom Principle: Experiments in Art and Music, 1965 to Now, ed. by Naomi Beckwith and Dieter Roelstraete. MCA Chicago; University of Chicago Press, August 2015. 320 p. ill. ISBN 9780226319308 (pbk.), $35.00.

George Condo: Painting Reconfigured, by George Condo and Simon Baker. Thames & Hudson, December 2015. 288 p. ill. ISBN 9780500093948 (cl.), $75.00.

Heinz Mack: Reliefs, ed. by Robert Fleck. Hirmer, dist. by University of Chicago Press, November 2015. 399 p. ill. ISBN 9783777422961 (cl.), $99.00.

Hippie Modernism: The Struggle for Utopia, ed. by Andrew Blauvelt. Walker Art Center, November 2015. 448 p. ill. ISBN 9781935963097 (pbk.), $55.00.

Imperfect Chronology: Arab Art from the Modern to the Contemporary: Works from the Barjeel Art Foundation, ed. by Omar Kholeif with Candy Stobbs. Prestel, November 2015. 272 p. ill. ISBN 9783791354859 (cl.), $60.00.

Imperfections by Chance: Paul Feeley Retrospective 1954-1966, by Douglas Dreishpoon. Albright-Knox Art Gallery; Giles, November 2015. 256 p. ill. ISBN 9781907804786 (cl.), $54.95.

Intersecting Colors: Josef Albers and His Contemporaries, ed. by Vanja Malloy. Amherst College Press, September 2015. 108 p. ill. ISBN 9781943208005 (pbk.), $20.00.

Irby Brown: Southwest Landscape Paintings, by Richard Brunson. University of New Mexico, September 2015. 200 p. ill. ISBN 9780826355935 (cl.), $50.00.

Jackson's Pollock's Mural: Energy Made Visible, by David Anfam. Thames & Hudson, May 2015. 146 p. ill. ISBN 9780500239346 (cl.), $40.00.

Jean-Michel Basquiat: Now’s the Time, by Dieter Buchhart. Prestel, March 2015. 228 p. ill. ISBN 9783791354576 (cl.), $49.95.

Joseph Cornell and Surrealism, ed. by Matthew Affron and Sylvie Ramond. Penn State University Press, June 2015. 180 p. ill. ISBN 9780983505976 (pbk.), $34.95.

Louise Bourgeois: Structures of Existence: The Cells, ed. by Julienne Lorz. Haus der Kunst, Munich; Prestel, May 2015. 280 p. ill. ISBN 9783791354071 (cl.), $65.00.

Mark di Suvero, ed. by David R. Collens and Nora Lawrence. Storm King Art Center; DelMonico, November 2015. 240 p. ill. ISBN 9783791354361 (cl.), $75.00.

Mark Rothko: From the Inside Out, by Christopher Rothko. Yale University Press, November 2015. 328 p. ill. ISBN 9780300204728 (cl.), $35.00; ISBN 9780300212815 (e-book), $35.00.

Mark Rothko: Toward the Light in the Chapel, by Annie Cohen-Solal. (Jewish lives). Yale University Press, March 2015. 224 p. ill. ISBN 9780300182040 (cl.), $25.00.

Mark Tobey and Teng Baiye: Seattle / Shanghai, ed. by Jo-Anne Birnie Danzker and Scott Lawrimore. Frye Art Museum, dist. by University of Washington Press, February 2015. 79 p. ill. ISBN 9780962460265 (cl.), $35.00.

Max Uhlig: Grown Up in Front of Nature, by Annegret Laabs. Hirmer Publishers, dist. by University of Chicago Press, February 2015. 167 p. ill. ISBN 9783777423364 (cl.), $50.00.

Mike Kelley: Educational Complex, by John Miller. (One work). Afterall Books, March 2015. 124 p. ill. ISBN 9781846381508 (pbk.), $16.00.

Modern Art at the Border of Mind and Brain, by Jonathan Fineberg. University of Nebraska Press, August 2015. 216 p. ill. ISBN 9780803249738 (cl.), $39.50.

Moving toward the Light: Joseph Raffael, by Lanie Goodman, Betsy Dillard Stroud, David Pagel. 192 p. ill. ISBN 9781851498055 (cl.), $75.00.

Nakis Panayotidis: Seeing the Invisible, ed. by Matthias Frehner and Regula Berger. Scheidegger and Spiess, dist. by University of Chicago Press, July 2015. 311 p. ill. ISBN 9783777422190 (pbk.), $40.00.

Noah Purifoy: Junk Dada, by Franklin Simans. Prestel, April 2015. 128 p. ill. ISBN 9783791354347 (cl.), $39.95.

The Notebooks, by Jean-Michel Basquiat, ed. by Larry Warsh. Princeton University Press, June 2015. 306 p. ill. ISBN 9780691167893 (cl.), $29.95.

Notebooks, Volume 1, 1998-99, by Anselm Kiefer. University of Chicago Press, September 2015. 364 p. ISBN 970857423092 (cl.), $35.00.

Off-Screen Cinema: Isidore Osou and the Lettrist Avant-Garde, by Kaira M. Cabañas. University of Chicago Press, February 2015. 179 p. ill. ISBN 9780226174594 (pbk.), $27.50.

Past Futures: Science Fiction, Space Travel, and Postwar Art of the Americas, ed. by Sarah J. Montross. MIT Press, April 2015. 136 p. ill. ISBN 9780262029025 (cl.), $29.95.

Politically Unbecoming: Postsocialist Art against Democracy, by Anthony Gardner. MIT Press, April 2015. 352 p. ill. ISBN 9780262028530 (cl.), $34.95.

Pop to Popism, ed. by Wayne Tunnicliffe and Anneke Jaspers. Prestel, January 2015. 328 p. ill. ISBN 9783791381329 (cl.), $75.00.

Regen Projects 25. DelMonico, January 2015. 464 p. ill. ISBN 9783791354538 (cl.), $75.00.

Richard C. Elliott: Primal Op, by Sheila Farr. Hallie Ford Museum of Art, dist. by University of Washington Press, February 2015. 96 p. ill. ISBN 9781930957718 (cl.), $29.95.

The Rise and Fall of American Art, 1940s-1980s: A Geopolitics of Western Art Worlds, by Catherine Dossin. Ashgate, March 2015. 324 p. ill. ISBN 9781472411716 (cl.), $119.95.

Robert Irwin, James Turrell: Villa Panza, by Michael Govan and Anna Bernardini. Prestel, November 2014. 168 p. ill. ISBN 9783791353982 (cl.), $65.00.

Simone Forti: Thinking with the Body, ed. by Sabine Breitwieser. Hirmer Publishers, dist. by University of Chicago Press, February 2015. 303 p. ill. ISBN 9780226186139 (cl.), $55.00.

The Sons of Charlie Russell: Celebrating Fifty Years of the Cowboy Artists of America, by B. Byron Price. University of Oklahoma Press, July 2015. 248 p. ill. ISBN 9780996218306 (cl.), $95.00.

Super Indian: Fritz Scholder 1967-1980, by John Lukavic. Denver Art Museum; DelMonico, May 2015. 144 p. ill. ISBN 9783791354552 (cl.), $45.00.

V. S. Gaitonde: Painting as Process, Painting as Life, by Sandhini Poddar. Prestel, October 2014. 128 p. ill. ISBN 9783791353784 (cl.), $55.00.

Vasarely: Pop-Up Op-Art, by Philippe Ug. Prestel, November 2014. 14 p. ill. ISBN 9783791372013 (pbk.), $40.00.

The World Goes Pop, ed. by Jessica Morgan and Flavia Frigeri. Yale University Press, November 2015. 272 p. ill. ISBN 9780300216998 (cl.), $50.00.

Yayoi Kusama: Inventing the Singular, by Midori Yamamura. MIT Press, September 2015. 252 p. ill. ISBN 9780262029476 (cl.), $29.95.

Yves Klein, by Nuit Banai. (Critical lives). Reaktion Books, dist. by University of Chicago Press, February 2015. 224 p. ISBN 9781780232935 (pbk.), $16.95.

Art, Non-Photography, Post-2000

9/11 and the Visual Culture of Disaster, by Thomas Stubblefield. Indiana University Press, December 2014. 248 p. ill. ISBN 9780253015563 (pbk.), $26.00.

Alien Agency: Experimental Encounters with Art in the Making, by Chris Salter. MIT Press, March 2015. 320 p. ill. ISBN 9780262323581 (cl.), $38.00.

Annette Messager: Exhibition / Exposition. Kunstsammlung Nordrhein-Westfalen; Hirmer, dist. by University of Chicago Press, August 2015. 88 p. ill. ISBN 9783777423470 (cl.), $35.00.

Arlene Shechet: All at Once, ed. by Jenelle Porter. DelMonico, June 2015. 204 p. ill. ISBN 9783791354507 (cl.), $60.00.

Art & Religion in the 21st Century, by Aaron Rosen. Thames & Hudson, November 2015. 256 p. ill. ISBN 9780500239315 (cl.), $60.00.

Call and Response: George Steinmann im Dialog, ed. by Helen Hirsch. Scheidegger and Spiess, dist. by University of Chicago Press, August 2015. 120 p. ill. ISBN 9783858814463 (pbk.), $55.00.

Common Grounds, ed. by Michael Buhrs and Verena Hein. Museu Villa Stuck; Hatje Cantz. 144 p. ill. ISBN 9783775739672 (pbk.), $45.00.

Conversations: Eiteljorg Contemporary Art Fellowship 2015, ed. by Ashley Holland and Jennifer Complo McNutt. Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art, dist. by University of Oklahoma Press, November 2015. 136 p. ill. ISBN 9780996166300 (pbk.), $30.00.

Critical Landscapes: Art, Space, Politics, ed. by Emily Eliza Scott and Kirsten J. Swenson. University of California Press, June 2015. 260 p. ill. ISBN 9780520285491 (pbk.), $34.95.

Cy Twombly: Late Paintings 2003-2011, by Nela Pavlouskova. Thames & Hudson, May 2015. 176 p. ill. ISBN 99780500093894 (cl.), $65.00.

Devendra Banhart: I Left My Noodle on Ramen Street. Prestel, June 2015. 192 p. ill. ISBN 9783791349084 (cl.), $45.00.

Doris Salcedo, ed. by Julie Rodrigues Widholm and Madeleine Grynsztejn. Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago; University of Chicago Press, March 2015. 238 p. ill. ISBN 9780226244587 (cl.), $50.00.

Drawing Now, ed. by Martin Germann and Elsy Lahner. Hirmer, dist. by University of Chicago Press, November 2015. 280 p. ill. ISBN 9783777424347 (cl.), $65.00.

Emily Jacir: Europa, ed. by Omar Kholeif. Prestel, November 2015. 220 p. ill. ISBN 9783791354842 (cl.), $50.00.

EVA & ADELE: ADSILA, ed. by Nicole Gnesa. Hirmer Publishers, dist. by University of Chicago Press, February 2015. 144 p. ill. ISBN 9783777423227 (cl.), $28.00.

Fashionable Art, by Adam Geczy and Jacqueline Millner. Bloomsbury, May 2015. 200 p. ill. ISBN 9780857851826 (pbk.), $34.95.

George Dombek: Paintings, by Henry Adams. University of Arkansas Press, August 2015. 184 p. ill. ISBN 9781557286642 (cl.), $55.00.

Global Activism: Art and Conflict in the 21st Century, ed. by Peter Weibel. MIT Press, October 2015. 736 p. ill. ISBN 9780262526890 (pbk.), $55.00.

Jason Rhoades: Four Roads, by Ingrid Schaffner. Delmonico, February 2015. 200 p. ill. ISBN 978379135923 (cl.), $75.00.

Kehinde Wiley: A New Republic, ed. by Eugenie Tsai. Prestel, February 2015. 192 p. ill. ISBN 9783791354309 (cl.), $49.95

Late Harvest, ed. by JoAnne Northrup. Hirmer Publishers, dist. by University of Chicago Press, February 2015. 192 p. ill. ISBN 9783777423505 (cl.), $45.00.

Lynette Yiadom-Boakye, by Naomi Beckwith et al. Prestel, December 2014. 136 p. ill. ISBN 9783791349671 (cl.), $39.95.

Made in L. A. 2014, by Connie Butler and Michael Ned Holte. Prestel, June 2014. 284 p. ill. ISBN 9783791353876 (cl.), $49.95.

Mass Effect: Art and the Internet in the Twenty-First Century, ed. by Lauren Cornell and Ed Halter. (Critical anthologies in art and culture). New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York; MIT Press, November 2015. 528 p. ill. ISBN 97802620298261 (cl.), $44.95.

Messensee: Beyond Contradictions. Hirmer Publishers, dist. by University of Chicago Press, February 2015. 144 p. ill. ISBN 9783777422947 (cl.), $50.00.

New Energies: Land Art Generator Initiative, Copenhagen, ed. by Elizabeth Monoian and Robert Ferry. Prestel, December 2014. 240 p. ill. ISBN 9783791353692 (cl.), $60.00.

New York Painting, ed. by Christoph Schreier. Hirmer, dist. by University of Chicago Press, September 2015. 180 p. ill. ISBN 9783777424194 (pbk.), $39.95.

No Boundaries: Aboriginal Australian Contemporary Abstract Painting from the Debra and Dennis Scholl Collection, ed. by Henry F. Skerritt. Prestel, February 2015. 176 p. ill. ISBN 9783791354491 (cl.), $49.95.

Painting Now, by Suzanne Hudson. Thames & Hudson, March 2015. 216 p. ill. ISBN 9780500239261 (cl.), $55.00.

Picturing People: The New State of the Art, by Charlotte Mullins. Thames & Hudson, October 2015. 192 p. ill. ISBN 9780500239384 (cl.), $40.00.

Prospect.3: Notes for Now, by Franklin Simans. Prestel, November 2014. 176 p. ill. ISBN 9783791354033 (cl.), $60.00.

Scorched Earth: Mark Bradford, by Connie Butler. Hammer Museum; DelMonico, June 2015. 208 p. ill. ISBN 9783791354293 (cl.), $49.95.

T. F. T. Müllenbach, ed. by Beatrix Ruf. Scheidegger and Spiess, dist. by University of Chicago Press, August 2015. 135 p. ill. ISBN 9783858814586 (cl.), $55.00.

Terry Winters Prints 1999-2014: The Complete Editions, by Michael Semff and Elizabeth Finch. Prestel, February 2015. 144 p. ill. ISBN 9783791354057 (cl.), $55.00.

Thomas Hirschhorn: Gramsci Monument. Walther König; Dia Art Foundation, July 2015. 464 p. ill. ISBN 9783863356118.

UH-OH: Frances Stark 1991-2015, ed. by Frances Stark and Ali Subotnick. Hammer Museum; DelMonico, October 2015. 248 p. ill. ISBN 9783791354712 (cl.), $45.00.

The Unicorn Incorporated: Curtis R. Barnes, ed. by Jo-Anne Birnie Danzker. Frye Art Museum, dist. by University of Washington Press. February 2015. 82 p. ill. ISBN 9780962460289 (cl.), $35.00.

Photography, Film, and Multimedia, General & Pre-20th Century

Blue Sky: The Oregon Center for the Photographic Arts at 40, by Julia Dolan, Brian Ferriso, and Todd J. Tubutis. Portland Art Museum, dist. by University of Washington Press, January 2015. 214 p. ill. ISBN 9781883124373 (cl.), $39.95.

Enduring Truths: Sojourner's Shadows and Substance, by Darcy Grimaldo Grigsby. University of Chicago Press, September 2015. 229 p. ill. ISBN 9780226192130 (cl.), $45.00.

The Journey of "A Good Type": From Artistry to Ethnography in Early Japanese Photography, by David Odo. Peabody Museum Press, dist. by Harvard University Press, August 2015. 144 p. ill. ISBN 9780873654081 (cl.), $45.00.

Making Photographs: Planning, Developing and Creating Original Photography, by Mike Simmons. (Basics creative photography). Fairchild, April 2015. 176 p. ill. ISBN 9781472530370 (pbk.), $39.95.

The Miracle of Analogy or The History of Photography, Part I, by Kaja Silverman. Stanford University Press, February 2015. 208 p. ill. ISBN 9780804793995 (pbk.), $21.95; ISBN 9780804793995 (cl.), $65.00.

Moving Image, ed. by Omar Kholeif. (Documents of contemporary art). MIT Press, October 2015. 240 p. ISBN 9780262528108 (pbk.), $24.95.

On Loos, Ornament, and Crime: Columns of Smoke: Volume II, by Juan José Lahuerta. Tenov Books, dist. by University of Chicago Press, November 2015. 127 p. ill. ISBN 9788493923150 (pbk.), $29.00.

Past's Threshold: Essays on Photography, by Siegfried Kracauer. Diaphanes, dist. by University of Chicago Press, February 2015. 127 p. ill. ISBN 9783037346914 (pbk.), $20.00.

Perspectives on Place: Theory and Practice in Landscape Photography, J. A. P. Alexander. Fairchild, March 2015. 192 p. ill. ISBN 9781472533890 (pbk.), $65.95.

The Photograph and Australia, by Judy Annear. Art Gallery of New South Wales, dist. by University of Washington Press, August 2015. 307 p. ill. ISBN 9781741741162 (cl.), $75.00.

Photography or Life; Popular Mies: Columns of Smoke, Volume 1, by Juan José Lahuerta. Tenov Books, dist. by University of Chicago Press, July 2015. 175 p. ill. ISBN 9788493923143 (pbk.), $34.00.

Singular Images, Failed Copies: William Henry Fox Talbot and the Early Photograph, by Vered Maimon. University of Minnesota Press, November 2015. 296 p. ill. ISBN 9780816694723 (pbk.), $30.00; ISBN 9780816694716 (cl.), $105.00.

Train Your Gaze: A Practical and Theoretical Introduction to Portrait Photography, by Roswell Angier. 2nd ed. Fairchild, March 2015. 272 p. ill. ISBN 9781472525109 (pbk.), $65.95.

Women's Views: The Narrative Stereograph in Nineteenth-Century America, by Melody Davis. University of New Hampshire Press, December 2015. 264 p. ill. ISBN 9781611688382 (pbk.), $40.00.

Photography, Film, & Multimedia, 20th century

Anton Corbijn 1-2-3-4. Prestel, June 2015. 352 p. ill. iSBN 9783791381824 (cl.), $75.00.

Bearing Witness: The New York Photo League and Sonia Handelmen Meyer. Mint Museum, 2013. 96 p. ill. ISBN 9780983194255 (pbk.), $15.95.

Bill Viola, by John G. Hanhardt. Thames & Hudson, November 2015. 296 p. ill. ISBN 9780500093924 (cl.), $60.00.

Charles Atlas, by Stuart Comer et al. Prestel, February 2015. 304 p. ill. ISBN 9783791381008 (cl.), $75.00.

Civil Rights Childhood: Picturing Liberation in African American Photobooks, by Katharine Capshaw. University of Minnesota Press, December 2014. 376 p. ill. ISBN 9780816694051 (pbk.), $29.95; ISBN 9780816694044 (cl.), $90.00.

Covered in Time and History: The Films of Ana Mendieta. Katherine E. Nash Gallery, University of Minnesota; University of California Press, September 2015. 272 p. ill. ISBN 9780520288010 (cl.), $65.00.

Dennis Stock: Time is on Your Side, by Dennis Stock and Carole Naggar. Prestel, November 2014. 176 p. ill. ISBN 9783791349510 (cl.), $60.00.

Diary / Landscape, by James Welling. University of Chicago Press, February 2015. 147 p. ill. ISBN 9780226204123 (cl.), $45.00.

Double Exposure: Through the African American Lens. Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture; Giles, February 2015. 80 p. ill. ISBN 9781907804465 (pbk.), $16.95.

European Portrait Photography since 1990, by Frits Gierstberg. Prestel, April 2015. 240 p. ill. ISBN 9783791349275 (cl.), $65.00.

The Experience Machine: Stan VanDerBeek's Movie Drome and Expanded Cinema, by Gloria Sutton. MIT Press, March 2015. 272 p. ill. ISBN 9780262324229 (cl.), $35.00.

Ishiuchi Miyako: Postwar Shadows, by Amanda Maddox. J. Paul Getty Museum, October 2015. 192 p. ill. ISBN 9781606064559 (cl.), $49.95.

Larry Sultan: Here and Home, by Rebecca Morse. Prestel, November 2014. 208 p. ill. ISBIN 9783791353883 (cl.), $50.00.

Martin Parr: We Love Britain! Photographs, by Inka Schube. Schirmel/Mosel, December 2014. 136 p. ill. ISBN 9783829606875 (pbk.), $39.95.

Of the Soil: Photographs of Vernacular Architecture and Stories of Changing Times in Arkansas, by Geoff Winningham. University of Arkansas Press, 2014. 160 p. ill. ISBN 9781557286598 (cl.), $44.95.

Perfect Likeness: Photography & Composition, by Russell Ferguson. Hammer Museum; Prestel, August 2015. 128 p. ill. ISBN 9783791353197 (cl.), $49.95.

Pierre Huyghe, ed. by Emma Lavigne. Hirmer, dist. by University of Chicago Press, May 2015. 248 p. ill. ISBN 9783777422497 (pbk.), $19.95.

Reflections: Intimate Portraits of Iconic African Americans, by Terrence A. Reese. TAR; Blurb, 2013. 153 p. ill. ISBN 9780615729671 (pbk.), $70.00.

Revisions: Zen for Film, by Hanna B. Hölling. Bard Graduate Center, dist. by University of Chicago Press, November 2015. 100 p. ill. ISBN 9781941792049 (pbk.), $25.00.

Robert Mapplethorpe: The Black Book. Schirmer/Mosel, March 2010. 108 p. ill. ISBN 9783829604604 (pbk.), $49.95.

Roman Vishnia Rediscovered, ed. by May Benton. International Center of Photography; DelMonico, October 2015. 384 p. ill. ISBN 9783791353951 (cl.), $75.00.

Walker Evans: Depth of Field, by John Hill and Heinz Liesbrock. Prestel, November 2015. 408 p. ill. ISBN 9783791382234 (cl.), $85.00.

Photography, Film, & Multimedia, Post-2000

700 Nimes Road, by Catherine Opie. DelMonico, October 2015. 156 p. ill. ISBN 9783791354255 (cl.), $60.00.

Abandoned America: The Age of Consequences, by Matthew Christopher. JonGlez, December 2014. 240 p. ill. ISBN 9782361950941 (cl.), $39.95.

The Builders Association: Performance and Media in Company Theater, by Shannon Jackson and Marianne Weems. MIT Press, November 2015. 456 p. ill. ISBN 9780262029292 (cl.), $39.95.

Diana Thater: The Sympathetic Imagination, ed. By Lynne Cooke and Lisa Gabrielle Mark. Los Angeles Museum of Art; DelMonico, November 2015. 224 p. ill. ISBN 9783791354736 (cl.), $65.00.

Double Exposures: Performance as Photography, Photography as Performance, by Manuel Vason. Intellect, dist. by University of Chicago Press, February 2015. 199 p. ill. ISBN 9781783204090 (cl.), $36.00.

Facing Change: Documenting America, by Leah Bendavid-Val. Prestel, October 2015. 252 p. ill. ISBN 9783791348360 (cl.), $60.00.

Forms of Japan, by Michael Kenna and Yvonne Meyer-Lohr. Prestel, October 2015. 304 p. ill. ISBN 9783791381626 (cl.), $75.00.

Guillermo Srodek-Hart: Stories. Prestel, August 2015. 160 p. ill. ISBN 9783791381442 (cl.), $65.00.

Hanan al-Cinema: Affections for the Moving Image, by Laura U. Marks. MIT Press, October 2015. 416 p. ill. ISBN 9780262029308 (cl.), $30.00.

James Welling: Things beyond Resemblance, ed. by Phillipp Kaiser. Brandywine River Museum of Art; DelMonico, August 2015. 152 p. ill. ISBN 9783791354866 (cl.), $39.95.

Jean-Baptiste Modino: Three at Last. Schirmer/Mosel, December 2014. 300 p. ill. ISBN 9783829606691 (cl.), $99.95.

Last Folio: A Photographic Memory, by Yuri Diojc and Katya Krausova. Prestel, June 2015. 128 p. ill. ISBN 9783791381459 (cl.), $55.00.

Ori Gersht: Forces of Nature, ed. By Andrea Firmenich and Johannes Janssen. Hirmer, dist. By University of Chicago Press, August 2015. 112 p. ill. ISBN 9783777424408 (pbk.), $35.00.

Photography and September 11th: Spectacle, Memory, Trauma, by Jennifer Good. 200 p. ill. ISBN 9781472533319 (cl.), $94.00.

Roland Fischer: Facades, ed. by Petra Giloy-Hirtz. Hirmer, dist. by University of Chicago Press, April 2015. 223 p. ill. ISBN 9783777423142 (cl.), $55.00.

Shine: The Visual Economy of Light in African Diasporic Aesthetic Practice, by Krista Thompson. 368 p. ill. ISBN 9780822358077 (pbk.), $26.95; ISBN 9780822357940 (cl.), $94.95; ISBN 9780822375982 (e-book), $26.95.

Shirin Neshat: Facing History, by Melissa Ho. Smithsonian Books, May 2015. 192 p. ill. ISBN 9781588345097 (cl.), $60.00.

Silent Form, by Piet Eckert and Wim Eckert. Park Books, dist. by University of Chicago Press, May 2015. 86 p. ill. ISBN 9783906027623 (pbk.), $85.00.

Targets, by Herlinde Koebl. Prestel, June 2014. 240 p. ill. ISBN 9783791349749 (cl.), $60.00.

Umbra, by Viviane Sassen. Prestel, October 2015. 196 p. ill. ISBN 9783791381602 (pbk.), $65.00.

Uncertain Histories: Accumulation, Inaccessibility, and Doubt in Contemporary Photography, by Kate Palmer Albers. University of California Press, July 2015. 224 p. ill. ISBN 9780520285279 (cl.), $60.00.

Water, by Bernhard Edmaier and Angelika Jung-Huttl. Prestel, Octoeber 2015. 224 p. ill. ISBN 9783791381657 (cl.), $65.00.

Writing and Unwriting (Media) Art History: Erkki Kurenniemi in 2048, ed. by Joasia Krysa and Jussi Parikka. MIT Press, October 2015. 368 p. ill. ISBN 9780262029582 (cl.), $45.00.

Architecture, General

Analogy and Design, by Andrea Ponsi. University of Virginia Press, November 2015. 248 p. ill. ISBN 9780813937656 (cl.), $69.50; ISBN 9780813937663 (pbk.), $39.50.

Architectural Agents: The Delusional, Abusive, Addictive Lives of Buildings, by Annabel Jane Wharton. University of Minnesota Press, February 2015. 320 p. ill. ISBN 9780816693399 (pbk.), $34.95; ISBN 9780816693382 (cl.), $122.50.

The Buildings that Revolutionized Architecture, by Isabel Kuhl and Florian Heine. Prestel, May 2015. 256 p. ill. ISBN 9783791381268 (cl.), $34.95.

Mind in Architecture: Neuroscience, Embodiment, and the Future of Design, ed. by Sarah Robinson and Juhani Pallasmaa. MIT Press, May 2015. 264 p. ill. ISBN 9780262028875 (cl.), $34.95.

Morphing: A Guide to Mathematical Transformations for Architects and Designers, by Joseph Choma. Laurence King, February 2015. 232 p. ill. ISBN 9781780674131 (cl.), $50.00.

The Noble Houses of Scotland, by Charles Wemyss. Prestel, November 2014. 340 p. ill. ISBN 9783791347622 (cl.), $65.00.

Open Source Architecture, by Carlo Ratti. Thames & Hudson, June 2015. 144 p. ill. ISBN 9780500343067 (cl.), $24.95.

Road Trip: Roadside America: From Custard's Last Stand to the Wigwam Restaurant, by Richard Longstreth. Universe, May 2015. 208 p. ill. ISBN 9780789327611 (pbk.), $29.95.

Sustainable Building Systems and Construction for Designers, by Lisa M. Tucker. 2nd ed. Fairchild, December 2014. 368 p. ill. ISBN 9781628920932 (cl.), $110.00.

Architecture, Pre-20th Century

Building Zion: The Material World of Mormon Settlement, by Thomas Carter. University of Minnesota, April 2015. 368 p. ill. ISBN 9780816689576 (pbk.), $37.50; ISBN 9780816689569 (cl.), $112.50.

Frederick Law Olmsted: Plans and Views of Public Parks, ed. by Charles E. Beveridge, Lauren Meier, and Irene Mills. (The papers of Frederick Law Olmsted). Johns Hopkins University Press, April 2015. 448 p. ill. ISBN 9781421410869 (cl.), $74.95.

Plotting Gothic, by Stephen Murray. University of Chicago Press, March 2015. 290 p. ill. ISBN 9780226191805 (cl.), $45.00.

Remarks on Architecture: The Vitruvian Tradition in Enlightenment Poland, by Ignacy Potocki. Penn State University Press, June 2015. 176 p. ill. ISBN 9780271066288 (cl.), $74.95.

Toledo Cathedral: Building Histories in Medieval Castile, by Tom Nickson. Penn State University Press, December 2015. 324 p. ill. ISBN 978027106455 (cl.), $89.95.

Architecture, 20th Century

Asnago Vender and the Construction of Modern Milan, ed. by Adam Caruso and Helen Thomas. gta Verlag, dist. by University of Chicago Press, October 2015. 247 p. ill. ISBN 9783856763411 (cl.), $90.00.

Chandigarh Redux: Le Corbusier, Pierre Jeanneret, Jane B. Drew, E. Maxwell Fry, ed. by Martin Feiersinger and Werner Feiersinger. Scheidegger & Spiess, dist. by University of Chicago Press, August 2015. 416 p. ill. ISBN 978385881624 (pbk.), $49.00.

Drawing Ambience: Alvin Boyarsky and the Architectural Association, ed. by Igor Marjanovic and Jan Howard. Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum, dist. by University of Chicago Press, March 2015. 160 p. ill. ISBN 9780936316390 (pbk.), $35.00.

France: Modern Architectures in History, by Jean-Louis Cohen. Reaktion, dist. by University of Chicago Press, October 2015. 336 p. ill. ISBN 9781780233543 (pbk.), $35.00.

Frank Gehry, ed. by Frédéric Migayrou and Aurélien Lemonier. Los Angeles County Museum of Art; Prestel, March 2015. 256 p. ill. ISBN 9783791354422 (cl.), $65.00.

Frank Lloyd Wright: Preservation, Design, and Adding to Iconic Buildings, by Richard Longstreth. 204 p. ill. ISBN 9780813935430 (cl.), $50.00.

Helmut Jahn: Buildings 1975-2015, photographs by Rainer Viertlböck, edited by Nicola Borgmann. Schirmer/Mosel, November 2015. 232 p. ill. ISBN 9783829607230 (cl.), $90.00.

Impossible Heights: Skyscrapers, Flight, and the Master Builder, by Adnan Morshed. University of Minnesota Press, January 2015. 304 p. ill. ISBN 9780816673193 (pbk.), $37.50; ISBN 9780816673186 (cl.), $112.50.

Russia: Modern Architectures in History, by Richard Anderson. Reaktion Books, dist. by University of Chicago Press, December 2015. 352 p. ill. ISBN 9781780235035 (pbk.), $35.00.

Suspending Modernity: The Architecture of Franco Albini, by Kay Bea Jones. Ashgate, December 2014. 370 p. ill. ISBN 9781472427281 (cl.), $129.95.

The Urbanism of Frank Lloyd Wright, by Neil Levine. Princeton University Press, December 2015. 464 p. ill. ISBN 9780691167534 (cl.), $65.00.

Architecture, Post-2000

Drei Häuser in Wien: Kultivierung des Gewöhnlichen = Three Houses in Vienna: Cultivating the Ordinary. Park Books, dist. by University of Chicago Press, July 2015. 95 p. ill. ISBN 9783906027531 (pbk), $39.00.

Jahrbuch 2014 = Yearbook 2014. (Jahrbuch / ETH Zürich, Departement und Abteilung für Architektur). ETH Zürich, dist. by University of Chicago Press, July 2015. 284 p. ill. ISBN 9783856763374 (pbk.), $40.00.

Decorative Arts and Design 

Art Deco Mailboxes: An Illustrated Design History, by Karen Greene and Lynne Lavelle. W. W. Norton, December 2014. 160 p. ill. ISBN 9780393733402 (pbk.), $26.95.

Arts and Crafts Furniture, by John Andrews. 2nd ed. Antique Collectors' Club, 2015. 328 p. ill. ISBN 9781851497317 (cl.), $89.50.

Arts & Crafts Stained Glass, by Peter Cormack. Yale University Press, August 2015. 354 p. ill. ISBN 9780300209709 (cl.), $75.00.

Bauhaus Weaving Theory: From Feminine Craft to Mode of Design, by T'ai Smith. University of Minnesota Press, December 2014. 264 p. ill. ISBN 9780816687244 (pbk.), $29.95; ISBN 9780816687237 (cl.), $90.00.

The Ceramic Presence in Modern Art: Selections from the Linda Leonard Schlenger Collection and the Yale University Art Gallery, by Sequoia Miller. Yale University Press, December 2015. 224 p. ill. ISBN 9780300214406 (cl.), $65.00.

Communication Design: Insights from the Creative Industries, by Derek Yates and Jessie Price. Fairchild, April 2015. 208 p. ill. ISBN 9781472534408 (pbk.), $49.95.

Contemporary Design Africa, by Tapiwa Matsinde. Thames & Hudson, June 2015. 208 p. ill. ISBN 9780500291627 (pbk.), $34.95.

Cultural Threads: Transnational Textiles Today, by Jessica Hemmings. Bloomsbury, January 2015. 256 p. ill. ISBN 9781472530936 (pbk.), $49.95.

Design and the Question of History, by Tony Fry, Clive Dilnot, and Susan Stewart. Bloomsbury, April 2015. 320 p. ill. ISBN 9780857854773 (pbk.), $29.95.

Design as Future-Making, by Susan Yelavich. Bloomsbury, November 2014. 256 p. ill. ISBN 9780857858399 (pbk.), $39.95.

Design by IKEA: A Cultural History, by Sara Kristoffersson. Bloomsbury, December 2014. 160 p. ill. ISBN 9780857858146 (pbk.), $29.95.

Design Management: Managing Design Strategy, Process and Implementation, by Kathryn Best. 2nd ed. Fairchild, April 2015. 216 p. ill. ISBN 9781472573674 (pbk.), $56.95.

The Design Process, by Karl Aspelund. 3rd ed. Fairchild Books, December 2014. 304 p. ill. ISBN 9781609018282 (pbk.), $90.00.

Design Thinking for Visual Communication, by Gavin Ambrose and Paul Harris. 2nd ed. (Basics design). Fairchild, April 2015. 184 p. ill. ISBN 9781472572714 (pbk.), $41.95.

Designing Everyday Life, ed. by Jan Boelen and Vera Sacchetti. Park Books, dist. by University of Chicago Press, March 2015. 534 p. ill. ISBN 9783906027678 (pbk.), $49.00.

Designing the Brand Identity in Retail Spaces, by Martin M. Pegler. Fairchild, February 2015. 304 p. ill. ISBN 9781628923919 (pbk.), $75.00.

An Eames Anthology: Articles, Film Scripts, Interviews, Letters, Notes, and Speeches, ed. by Daniel Ostroff. Yale University Press, April 2015. 402 p. ill. ISBN 9780300203455 (cl.), $50.00.

Epica Book 27: Creative Communications. Bloomsbury, November 2014. 400 p. ill. ISBN 9781472528452 (cl.), $78.00.

The Eternal Letter: Two Millennia of the Classical Roman Capital, ed. by Paul Shaw. MIT Press, March 2015. 264 p. ill. ISBN 9780262029018 (cl.), $55.00.

Experience Design: Concepts and Case Studies, ed. by Peter Benz. Bloomsbury, February 2015. 208 p. ill. ISBN 9781472569394 (pbk.), $34.95.

The Fundamentals of Interior Design, by Simon Dodsworth and Stephen Anderson. 2nd ed. Fairchild, March 2015. 208 p. ill. ISBN 9781472528537 (pbk.), $42.95.

The Graphic Art of the Underground: A Countercultural History, by Ian Lowey and Suzy Prince. Bloomsbury, November 2014. 272 p. ill. ISBN 9780857858184 (cl.), $40.00.

Hooked on Crochet, by Ruth Maddock. Bloomsbury, December 2014. 128 p. ill. ISBN 9781408191927 (pbk.), $25.95.

Iconic Designs: 50 Stories about 50 Things, by Grace Lees-Maffei. Bloomsbury, November 2014. 240 p. ill. ISBN 9780857853523 (cl.), $40.00.

Interior Design Illustrated: Marker and Watercolor Techniques, by Christina M. Scalise. 2nd ed. (International critical commentary). Fairchild, July 2014. 432 p. ill. ISBN 9781609019174 (pbk.), $115.00.

Symbols of Power: Luxury Textiles from Islamic Lands, 7th-21st Century, by Louise W. Mackie. Yale University Press, December 2015. 520 p. ill. ISBN 9780300206098 (cl.), $85.00.

Porcelain, by Vivienne Foley. (New ceramics). Bloomsbury, December 2014. 144 p. ill. ISBN 9781408184646 (pbk.), $29.95.

Posters: A Global History, by Elizabeth E. Guffey. Reaktion Books, dist. by University of Chicago Press. 320 p. ill. ISBN 9781780233710 (pbk.), $40.00.

Silver to Steel: The Modern Designs of Peter Muller-Munk, by Rachel Delphia and Jewel Stern. Carnegie Museum of Art; DelMonico, November 2015. 208 p. ill. ISBN 9783791354637 (cl.), $60.00.

Soviet Posters from the Collection of Sergo Grigorian, by Maria Lafont. Prestel, November 2014. 48 p. ill. ISBN 9783791381107 (pbk.), $24.95.

Spectacular Mexico: Design, Propaganda, and the 1968 Olympics, by Luis M. Castañeda. University of Minnesota Press, November 2014. 336 p. ill. ISBN 9780816690794 (pbk.), $35.00; ISBN 9780816690763 (cl.), $105.00.

SuperLux: Smart Light Art, Design & Architecture for Cities, ed. by Davina Jackson. Thames & Hudson, November 2015. 272 p. ill. ISBN 9780500343043 (cl.), $55.00.

Surface Design for Fabric, by Kimberly Irwin. Fairchild, January 2015. 304 p. ill. ISBN 9781609018856 (cl.), $85.00.

Texas Clay: 19th-Century Stoneware Pottery from the Bayou Bend Collection, by Amy Kurlander. Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, 2015. 99 p. ill. ISBN 9780890901885 (pbk.), $26.95.

Transforming Type: New Directions in Kinetic Typography, by Barbara Brownie. Bloomsbury, February 2015. 128 p. ill. ISBN 9780857856333 (pbk.), $34.95.

Fashion

Apparel Quality: A Guide to Evaluating Sewn Products, by Janace E. Bubonia. Fairchild, October 2014. 384 p. ill. ISBN 9781609015121 (pbk.), $120.00.

Ballroom: Dance & Glamour, by Jonathan S. Marion. Bloomsbury, September 2014. 120 p. ill. ISBN 9781472580733 (cl.), $42.00.

Classic Tailoring Techniques for Menswear: A Construction Guide, by Roberto Cabrera and Denis Antoine. 2nd ed. Fairchild, March 2015. 304 p. ill. ISBN 9781628921700 (pbk.), $95.00.

Cool Shades: The History and Meaning of Sunglasses, by Vanessa Brown. Bloomsbury, February 2015. 192 p. ill. ISBN 9780857854452 (pbk.), $34.95.

Creative Fashion Illustration: How to Develop Your Own Style, by Stuart McKenzie. Bloomsbury, November 2014. 112 p. ill. ISBN 9780857858290 (pbk.), $25.95.

Dress, Fashion and Technology: From Prehistory to the Present, by Phylis G. Tortora. Bloomsbury, April 2015. 264 p. ill. ISBN 9780857851918 (pbk.), $34.95.

Dress Code: The Naked Truth about Fashion, by Mari Grinde Arntzen. Reaktion, dist. by University of Chicago Press, June 2015. 128 p. ill. ISBN 9781780234397 (pbk.), $24.95.

Fashion and Jazz: Dress, Identity and Subcultural Improvisation, by Alphonso McClendon. Bloomsbury, March 2015. 216 p. ill. ISBN 9780857851277 (pbk.), $34.95.

The Fashion Industry and Its Careers: An Introduction, by Michele M. Granger. 3rd ed. Fairchild, March 2015. 496 p. ill. ISBN 9781628923414 (pbk.), $110.00.

Fashion Victims: Dress at the Court of Louis XVI and Marie-Antoinette, by Kimberly Chrisman-Campbell. Yale University Press, February 2015. 352 p. ill. ISBN 9780300154382 (cl.), $60.00.

Fashion Victims: The Dangers of Dress Past and Present, by Alison Matthews David. Bloomsbury, September 2015. 256 p. ill. ISBN 9781845204495 (cl.), $40.00.

Fashion Writing and Criticism: History, Theory, Practice, by Peter McNeil and Sanda Miller. Bloomsbury, December 2014. 168 p. ill. ISBN 9780857854476 (pbk.), $34.95.

Functional Clothing Design: From Sportswear to Spacesuits, by Susan Watkins and Lucy Dunne. Fairchild, January 2015. 448 p. ill. ISBN 9780857854674 (cl.), $95.00.

A Guide to Fashion Sewing, by Connie Amaden-Crawford. 6th ed. Fairchild, March 2015. 416 p. ill. ISBN 9781628921847 (pbk.), $115.00.

Indian Fashion: Tradition, Innovation, Style, by Arti Sandhu. Bloomsbury, February 2015. 216 p. ill. ISBN 9781847887795 (pbk.), $29.95.

The Interface Experience: A User's Guide, by Kimon Keramidas. Bard Graduate Center, dist. by University of Chicago Press, May 2015. 102 p. ill. ISBN 9781941792025 (pbk.), $25.00.

Japanese Fashion Cultures: Dress and Gender in Contemporary Japan, by Masafumi Monden. (Dress, body, culture). Bloomsbury, January 2015. 216 p. ill. ISBN 9781472532800 (pbk.), $29.95.

The Layout Book, by Gavin Ambrose. 2nd ed. Fairchild, March 2015. 192 p. ill. ISBN 978147256236 (pbk.), $51.95.

Moroccan Fashion: Design, Tradition and Modernity, by M. Angela Jansen. Bloomsbury, January 2015. 160 p. ill. ISBN 9781472524676 (cl.), $112.00.

Native Fashion Now: North American Indian Style, by Karen Kramer. Peabody Essex Museum; DelMonico, November 2015. 144 p. ill. ISBN 9783791354699 (cl.), $49.95.

Shoes: An Illustrated History, by Rebecca Shawcross. Bloomsbury, November 2014. 256 p. ill. ISBN 9781472531001 (cl.), $40.00.

Sustainable Fashion: Past, Present and Future, by Jennifer Farley Gordon and Colleen Hill. Bloomsbury, January 2015. 264 p. ill. ISBN 9780857851857 (pbk.), $34.95.

Swatch Reference Guide for Fashion Fabrics, by Deborah E. Young. 3rd ed. Fairchild, January 2015. 240 p. ill. ISBN 9781628926569 (cl.), $170.00.

The Visible Self: Global Perspectives on Dress, Culture and Society, by Joanne Eicher and Sandra Lee Evenson. 4th ed. Fairchild, August 2014. 424 p. ill. ISBN 9781609018702 (pbk.), $115.00.

The Why of the Buy: Consumer Behavior and Fashion Marketing, by Patricia Mink Rath et al. 2nd ed. Fairchild, October 2014. 480 p. ill. ISBN 9781609018986 (pbk.), $115.00.

Provenance

Library Issues / Archives

The African Photographic Archive: Research and Curatorial Strategies, ed. by Christopher Morton and Darren Newbury. Bloomsbury, June 2015. 264 p. ill. ISBN 9781472591241 (cl.), $112.00.

Improbably Libraries: A Visual Journey to the World's Most Unusual Libraries, by Alex Johnson. University of Chicago Press, May 2015. 240 p. ill. ISBN 9780226263694 (cl.), $27.50.

Staging the Archive: Art and Photography in the Age of New Media, by Ernst van Alphen. Reaktion Books, dist. by University of Chicago Press, March 2015. 301 p. ill. ISBN 9781780233727 (pbk.), $38.00.

Art Education / Instruction

 

Museum Issues

Artifacts and Allegiances: How Museums Put the Nation on Display, by Peggy Levitt. University of California Press, August 2015. 244 p. ill. ISBN 9780520286078 (pbk.), $29.95; ISBN 9780520286061 (cl.), $70.00; ISBN 9780520961456 (e-book), $29.95.

Photographs, Museums, Collections: Between Art and Information, ed. by Elizabeth Edwards and Christopher Morton. Bloomsbury, July 2015. 256 p. ill. ISBN 9781472533920 (pbk.), $34.95; ISBN 9781472524928 (cl.), $112.00.

Conservation

Historical Perspectives in the Conservation of Works of Art on Paper, ed. by Margaret Holben Ellis. Getty Conservation Institute, March 2015. 608 p. ill. ISBN 9781606064320 (pbk.), $70.00.

Collections & Collectors

The Art of Wonder: Inspiration, Creativity, and the Minneapolis Institute of Arts. Minneapolis Institute of Arts, dist. by University of Minnesota Press, November 2015. 160 p. ill. ISBN 9780816698929 (cl.), $25.00.

The Broad Collection, ed. by Joanne Heyler, Ed Schad, and Chelsea Beck. 464 p. ill. ISBN 9783791353302 (cl.), $85.00.

The First Smithsonian Collection: The European Engravings of George Perkins Marsh and the Role of Prints in the U. S. National Museum, by Helena E. Wright. Smithsonian Institution Scholarly Press, April 2015. 353 p. ill. ISBN 9781935623625 (cl.), $39.95.

Gauguin to Picasso: Masterworks from Switzerland: The Staechelin & Im Obersteg Collection, by Dorothy Kosinski and Renée Maurer. Phillips Collection; Giles, October 2015. 176 p. ill. ISBN 9781907804601 (cl.), $55.00.

In Passionate Pursuit: The Arlene and Harold Schnitzer Collection and Legacy, by Bruce Guenther. Portland Art Museum, dist. by University of Washington Press, January 2015. 192 p. ill. ISBN 9781883124380 (cl.), $49.95.

Magnificent Obsessions: The Artist as Collector, by Lydia Yee. Prestel, May 2015. 272 p. ill. ISBN 9783791381527 (cl.), $60.00.

Masterpieces from the Städel Museum: Selected Works from the Städel Museum Collection, ed. by Max Hollein. Städel Museum, Frankfurt/Main; Prestel, May 2015. 336 p. ill. ISBN 9783791354484 (cl.), $65.00.

Tel Aviv Museum of Art Visits Berlin: Modern and Contemporary Art, ed. by Raz Samira. Prestel, August 2015. 200 p. ill. ISBN 9783791354644 (cl.), $60.00.

Other

Art/Histories, ed. by Sabine Breitwieser. Hirmer Publishers, dist. by University of Chicago Press, February 2015. 208 p. ill. ISBN 9783777422794 (pbk.), $55.00.

Art History and Fetishism Abroad: Global Shiftings in Media and Methods, ed. by Gabriele Genge and Angela Stercken. Columbia University Press, April 2015. 340 p. ill. ISBN 9783837624113 (pbk.), $50.00.

The Art of Mechanical Reproduction: Technology and Aesthetics from Duchamp to the Digital, by Tamara Trodd. University of Chicago Press, October 2015. 302 p. ill. ISBN 9780226131191 (cl.), $50.00.

Artwash: Big Oil and the Arts, by Mel Evans. Pluto Press, dist. by University of Chicago Press, May 2015. 201 p. ill. ISBN 9780745335889 (pbk.), $22.00.

The Badge of a Freemason: Masonic Aprons from the Scottish Rite Masonic Museum & Library, by Aimee E. Newell. Scottish Rite Masonic Museum & Library, 2015. 247 p. ill. ISBN 9781889541020 (cl.), $39.95.

Beautiful Data: A History of Vision and Reason since 1945, by Orit Halpern. Duke University Press, January 2015. 352 p. ill. ISBN 9780822357445 (pbk.), $27.95; ISBN 9780822357308 (cl.), $99.95; ISBN 9780822376323 (e-book), $27.95.

Beautiful Terrible Ruins: Detroit and the Anxiety of Decline, by Dora Apel. Rutgers University Press, June 2015. 184 p. ill. ISBN 9780813574066 (pbk.), $27.95.

The Edible Monument: The Art of Food for Festivals, by Marcia Reed. Getty Research Institute, October 2015. 192 p. ill. ISBN 9781606064542 (cl.), $35.00.

Essentials of Exporting and Importing: U. S. Trade Policies, Procedures, and Practices, by Harvey Shoemack and Patricia Mink Rath. 2nd ed. Fairchild, August 2014. 352 p. ill. ISBN 9781609018894 (pbk.), $105.00.

Ethics, ed. by Walead Beshty. (Documents of contemporary art). Whitechapel Gallery; MIT Press, May 2015. 240 p. ISBN 9780262527187 (pbk.), $29.95.

Exhibiting Outside the Academy, Salon and Biennial, 1775-1999: Alternative Venues for Display, ed. by Andrew Graciano. Ashgate, February 2015. 308 p. ill. ISBN 9781472428271 (cl.), $119.95.

The Familiar Made Strange: American Icons and Artifacts after the Transnational Turn, by Brooke L. Blower and Mark Philip Bradley. Cornell University Press, March 2015. 224 p. ill. ISBN 9780801452499 (cl.), $79.95; ISBN 9780801479113 (pbk.), $26.95.

Farewell to Visual Studies, ed. by James Elkins, Gustav Frank, and Sunil Manghani. (The Stone Art Theory Institutes series). Penn State University Press, October 2015. 288 p. ISBN 9780271070773 (cl.), $74.95.

Figures in the Fourth Dimension: Mechanical Movement for Puppets and Automata, by Ellen S. Rixford. Ellen S. Rixford, 2015. 512 p. ill. ISBN 9780578158655 (cl.), $80.00.

Food in Art: From Prehistory to the Renaissance, by Gillian Riley. University of Chicago Press, July 2015. 288 p. ill. ISBN 9781780233628 (cl.), $50.00.

Framing Fraktur: Pennsylvania German Material Culture and Contemporary Art, ed. by Judith Tannenbaum. University of Pennsylvania Press, August 2015. 104 p. ill. ISBN 9780812247459 (cl.), $39.95.

Getting the Picture: The Visual Culture of the News, ed. by Jason E. Hill and Vanessa R. Schwartz. Bloomsbury, February 2015. 320 p. ill. ISBN 9781472526496 (pbk.), $39.95.

Gold, by Kathryn Jones, Lauren Porter, and Jennifer Scott. Royal Collection Trust, dist. by University of Chicago Press, February 2015. 120 p. ill. ISBN 9781909741102 (cl.), $39.95.

House Numbers: Pictures of a Forgotten History, by Anton Tantner. Reaktion Books, dist. by University of Chicago Press, November 2015. 128 p. ill. ISBN 9781780235189 (cl.), $19.95.

Imaging Disaster: Tokyo & the Visual Culture of Japan's Great Earthquake of 1923, by Gennifer Weisenfeld. University of California Press, November 2012. 400 p. ill. ISBN 9780520271951 (cl.), $60.00.

The Irresponsible Magician: Essays and Fiction, by Rebekah Rutkoff. semiotext(e), dist. by MIT Press, October 2015. 104 p. ill. ISBN 9781584351733 (pbk.), $14.95.

Lawrence Alloway: Critic and Curator, ed. by Lucy Bradnock, Courtney J. Martin, and Rebecca Peabody. (Issues & debates). Getty Research Institute, June 2015. 224 p. ill. ISBN 9781606064429 (pbk.), $40.00.

Looking Jewish: Visual Culture and Modern Diaspora, by Carol Zemel. Indiana University Press, May 2015. 216 p. ill. ISBN 9780253005984 (cl.), $45.00.

The Magi: Legend, Art and Cult, ed. by Moritz Woelk. Hirmer Publishers, dist. by University of Chicago Press, February 2015. 335 p. ill. ISBN 9783777422671 (cl.), $59.95.

Mathematics and Art: A Cultural History, by Lynn Gamwell. Princeton University Press, December 2015. 576 p. ill. ISBN 9780691165288 (cl.), $49.50.

Mechademia 9: Origins, ed. by Frenchy Lunning. (Mechademia series). University of Minnesota Press, December 2014. 336 p. ill. ISBN 9780816695355 (pbk.), $24.95.

A Natural History of English Gardening 1650-1800, by Mark Laird. Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art; Yale University Press, June 2015. 464 p. ill. ISBN 9780300196368 (cl.), $75.00.

Outdoor Art: Extraordinary Sculpture and Art in Nature, by Silvia Langen. Prestel, May 2015. 208 p. ill. ISBN 9783791381183 (cl.), $60.00.

Painting Paradise: The Art of the Garden, by Vanessa Remington. Royal Collection Trust, distributed by University of Chicago Press, June 2015. 312 p. ill. ISBN 9781909741089 (cl.), $75.00.

Pastures Green & Dark Satanic Mills: The British Passion for Landscape, by Tim Barringer and Oliver Fairclough. American Federation of Art; Giles, January 2015. 248 p. ill. ISBN 9781907804342 (cl.), $59.95.

Portrait Stories, by Michal Peled Ginsburg. Fordham University Press, dist. by Oxford University Press, December 2014. 213 p. ISBN 9780823262601 (cl.), $45.00.

The Public in the Picture: Involving the Beholder in Antique, Islamic, Byzantine, Western Medieval and Renaissance Art, ed. by Beate Fricke and Urte Krass. Diaphanes, dist. by University of Chicago Press, August 2015. 304 p. ill. ISBN 9783037344781 (cl.), $50.00.

Ruins and Fragments: Tales of Loss and Rediscovery, by Robert Harbison. Reaktion, dist. by University of Chicago Press, October 2015. 208 p. ill. ISBN 9781780234472 (cl.), $35.00.

Saving Mona Lisa: The Battle to Protect the Louvre and its Treasures during World War II, by Gerri Chanel. Heliopa Press, May 2014. 344 p. ill. ISBN 9780615990392 (pbk.), $18.00.

Skies of Parchment, Seas of Ink: Jewish Illuminated Manuscripts, ed. by Marc Michael Epstein. Princeton University Press, May 2015. 288 p. ill. ISBN 9780691165240 (cl.), $60.00.

Speculation, Now: Essays and Artwork, ed. by Vyjayanthi Venuturupalli Rao. Vera List Center for Art and Politics, The New School; Duke University Press, March 2015. 272 p. ill. ISBN 9780822358299 (pbk.), $29.95; ISBN 9780822358152 (cl.), $99.95; ISBN 9780822375906 (e-book), $29.95.

Station to Station, by Doug Aitken. DelMonico, August 2015. 208 p. ill. ISBN 9783791354545 (cl.), $49.95.

Steel: A Design, Cultural and Ecological History, by Tony Fry and Anne-Marie Willis. (Design, histories, futures). Bloomsbury, March 2015. 272 p. ill. ISBN 9780857854803 (pbk.), $34.95.

Street Craft: Guerrilla Gardening, Yarnbombing, Light Graffiti, Street Sculpture and More, by Riikka Kuittinen. Thames & Hudson, February 2015. 224 p. ill. ISBN 9780500517840 (cl.), $29.95.

The Spiritual Dynamic in Modern Art: Art History Reconsidered, 1800 to Present, by Charlene Spretnak. Palgrave Macmillan, October 2014. 342 p. ill. ISBN 9781137350039 (cl.), $100.00.

Sunlight on the River: Poems about Paintings, Paintings about Poems, by Scott Gutterman. 144 p. ill. ISBN 9783791354774 (cl.), $34.95.

Systems: Models and Methods in Twentieth-Century Art, ed. by Edward A. Shanken. (Documents of contemporary art). Whitechapel Gallery; MIT Press, May 2015. 240 p. ill. ISBN 9780262527194 (pbk.), $24.95.

Tattoo: Bodies, Art and Exchange in the Pacific and the West, ed. by Nicholas Thomas, Anne Cole, and Brownen Douglas. Reaktion Books, dist. by University of Chicago Press, May 2015. 256 p. ill. ISBN 9781861892256 (pbk.), $35.00.

Ugliness: A Cultural History, by Gretchen E. Henderson. Reaktion Books, dist. by University of Chicago Press, December 2015. 224 p. ill. ISBN 9781780235240 (cl.), $25.00.

Vision and Its Instruments: Art, Science, and Technology in Early Modern Europe, ed. by Alina Payne. Penn State University Press, March 2015. 304 p. ill. ISBN 9780271063989 (cl.), $89.95.

Women Artists: The Linda Nochlin Reader, ed. by Maura Reilly. Thames & Hudson, July 2015. 432 p. ill. ISBN 9780500239292 (cl.), $50.00.

Works of Game: On the Aesthetics of Games and Art, by John Sharp. MIT Press, April 2015. 146 p. ill. ISBN 9780262029070 (cl.), $19.95.

[note: all prices are in $ USD unless otherwise indicated]

Updated 12/18/2015

 

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