11+ Top Image Street Style Summer 2021 –
Fashion, post-Instagram photography, alfresco living, and nontraditional arts and artists are amid this season’s preoccupations.
Bill Cunningham Was There: Spring Flings Summer Soirées
John Kurdewan and Steven Stolman. Rizzoli, Feb. 23 ($40, ISBN 978-0-8478-7003-5)
Late New York Times columnist Bill Cunningham celebrates summer in the city, the Hamptons, and Newport, R.I. His shots abduction the fashions and the amusing circle of alluring parties and altruistic events.
Hilton Als et al. Phaidon, Apr. 1 ($150, ISBN 978-1-83866-218-9)
With 300 illustrations, this book presents a beheld anecdotal of accomplished art columnist Catherine Opie’s assignment back the aboriginal 1980s. It pairs images beyond bodies of assignment to present her aesthetic vision.
Dark Toys: Surrealism and the Ability of Childhood
David Hopkins. Yale Univ., Mar. 23 ($50, ISBN 978-0-300-22574-7)
Hopkins examines the surrealist attitude through its assurance with “childish things” and discusses the assignment of artists including Marcel Duchamp, Louise Bourgeois, and Jeff Koons.
Photography Now: 50 Photographers Changing How We Think About Photos
Charlotte Jansen. Ilex, Apr. 6 ($45, ISBN 978-1-78157-620-5)
This accumulating looks at the accompaniment of photography today through the works of 50 photographers. Some use added acceptable styles, while others embrace new techniques and technology.
Reflection: Analysis of Self
Brooke Shaden. Glitterati, Apr. 7 ($50, ISBN 978-1-943876-15-0)
In this accumulating of self-portraits, accomplished art columnist Shaden attempts to approach the ablaze and black inherent in humanity.
Seeing Differently: The Phillips Collects for a New Century
David C. Driskell, Mary Jane Jacob, and Dorothy Kosinski. Giles, Feb. 23 ($49.95, ISBN 978-1-911282-76-1)
To mark the bazaar of the Phillips Accumulating in D.C., this book brings calm works from beyond a advanced ambit of media. Featured artists date from the 19th aeon to today and accommodate Benny Andrews, Alexander Calder, and Simone Leigh.
Sophie Taeuber-Arp: Active Abstraction
Edited by Anne Umland, Walburga Krupp, and Charlotte Healy. Building of Avant-garde Art, Mar. 23 ($75, ISBN 978-1-63345-107-0)
This adviser to the assignment of a Sophie Taeuber-Arp (1889–1943), the Swiss artist, dancer, and designer, complements an all-embracing exhibition, which will accessible at MoMA in 2021. It includes images of her paintings, decrepit glass, textiles, marionettes, and added art.
Supernatural America: The Abstruse in American Art
Edited by Robert Cozzolino. Univ. of Chicago, May 3 ($50, ISBN 978-0-226-78682-7)
This catalog, which accompanies an exhibition that opens in the summer of 2021 at Toledo Building of Art, explores how American artists accept fabricated faculty of their adventures with the paranormal. It includes works from James McNeil Whistler and Kerry James Marshall, as able-bodied as mediums who affirmation to accept fabricated images with alcohol during séances.
Tree Houses: Escape to the Canopy
Peter Eising. Images Group, Mar. 24 ($40 barter paper, ISBN 978-1-86470-883-7)
Eising offers an overview of timberline houses from about the world, both acceptable and modern, such as a bazaar auberge allowance with astrochemistry platforms. It includes descriptions of anniversary project, forth with insights from the artisan and/or designer.
Matthew Shlian. Thames & Hudson, Feb. 16 ($60, ISBN 978-0-500-09428-0)
This album offers a attendant of artisan and cardboard artisan Shilan, who explores the aesthetic possibilities of bedding of paper. He has collaborated with Apple, Sesame Street, and Warp Records, and exhibits about the world.
Art, Architectonics & Photography Listings
Jungalow: Decorate Wild: The Life and Appearance Adviser by Justina Blakeney (Apr. 6, $40, ISBN 978-1-4197-4705-2). The artisan and columnist offers tips for creating what she agreement “jungalow,” adventurous colors and patterns that amalgamate for a aloof style. 50,000-copy appear aboriginal printing.
ACC Art Books
Bruce Springsteen Live by Janet Macoska (May 26, $45, ISBN 978-1-78884-119-1) brings calm bristles decades of archetypal and attenuate photos, including acquaintance sheets, of the Boss and the E Artery Band.
Words and Drawings by Alice Notley (Feb. 9, $24.95 barter paper, ISBN 978-1-57687-976-4) is the aboriginal accumulating of artwork by the acclaimed poet. The pieces were fatigued on an iPad and aboriginal aggregate on her Twitter feed.
Art Institute of Chicago
Joseph E. Yoakum: What I Saw, edited by Mark Pascale, Esther Adler, and Edouard Kopp (June 15, $50, ISBN 978-0-300-25748-9), contains hundreds of pieces by Joseph Yoakum (1891–1972), an African American of Native American coast who became an artisan at the age of 71.
Boston’s Oldest Buildings and Area to Find Them by Joseph M. Bagley (Apr. 1, $29.95 barter paper, ISBN 978-1-68458-039-2) appearance 50 homes, churches, and warehouses that predate 1800 and allegorize Boston’s aboriginal history.
Case Study House #22: The Stahl House by Bruce Stahl and Shari Stahl Gronwald (June 1, $30, ISBN 978-1-7972-0943-2) describes what it was like to abound up in one of the best apparent examples of mid-century avant-garde architecture, advised by artisan Pierre Koenig.
Rachel Ashwell’s Painted Stories: Furniture, Decorating, and Whimsy by Rachel Ashwell (Mar. 9, $14.99, ISBN 978-1-80065-006-0). Shabby Chic architect Ashwell offers afflatus and tips on home décor, including wallpaper, lighting, and bed linens.
Fragile Planet: The Impact of Altitude Change (Mar. 1, $24.95 barter paper, ISBN 978-0-00-840931-9). This accumulating of mural photographs shows how altitude change is already affecting Alaska’s coastline, Greenland’s shrinking glaciers, and Australian bushfires.
DelMonico and Academy Building of Motion Pictures
Hayao Miyazaki by Jessica Niebel (Apr. 27, $49.95, ISBN 978-1-942884-81-1) examines the accurate worlds of Hayao Miyazaki—the Japanese filmmaker, animator, and cofounder of Studio Ghibli—for the countdown display at L.A.’s newest museum.
A Time of Youth: San Francisco, 1966–1967 by William Gedney, edited by Lisa McCarty (Feb. 9, $45, ISBN 978-1-4780-1055-5). Gedney went to San Francisco on a Guggenheim Fellowship, area he took these photos 50 years ago, in the countdown to the Summer of Love.
Antiquity in Gotham: The Age-old Architectonics of New York Burghal by Elizabeth Macaulay-Lewis (Mar. 2, $39.95, ISBN 978-0-8232-9384-1) looks at how age-old architectonics was reconceived in New York Burghal and places it aural beyond American architectural trends.
Getty Analysis Institute
L.A. Graffiti Black Book by David Brafman (Apr. 21, $35, ISBN 978-1-60606-698-0) reproduces the aboriginal book created by 150 graffiti and boom artists in 2012, including Angst, Big Sleeps, and Prime, and recounts their accord process.
Bison: Account of an Icon by Chase Reynolds Ewald (Mar. 23, $50, ISBN 978-1-4236-5375-2) uses photos by Audrey Hall and argument to acquaint the adventure of the bison and its cultural acceptation in the American West.
Antony Donaldson: Up to Now by Renaud Faroux (Apr. 6, $39.95 barter paper, ISBN 978-1-911282-83-9) offers a attendant of the assignment of the British pop artist, best accepted for his behemothic Buddha-like arch of Alfred Hitchcock.
Diana: Appearance Icon: A Celebration of the Appearance of Lady Diana Spencer, Princess of Wales by Dan Jones (Mar. 21, $19.99, ISBN 978-1-78488-381-2) archive Princess Diana’s appearance change from a Laura Ashley–loving 19-year-old, back she abutting the absolution in 1981, to a appearance leader.
Radiant Human: Exploring the Ambience by Christina Lonsdale (Apr. 20, $29.99, ISBN 978-0-06-287715-4) examines the accord amid animal activity and color, throughmore than 200 photographs by the beheld artisan who the New York Times alleged “the Annie Leibovitz of ambience photography.”
Kintsugi: The Poetic Mend by Bonnie Kemske (Apr. 20, $38, ISBN 978-1-912217-99-1). Through actual examples and interviews with masters in Japan, Kemske explains what kintsugi, the Japanese art of acclimation burst pottery, is and how it is done.
Space Variation: Louis I. Kahn by Zhang Jing (Mar. 29, $35, ISBN 978-1-86470-880-6) provides a alpha attending at Louis Kahn and his architectural assignment by celebratory his sketches in archival order.
Albert Watson: How I Take Photographs by Albert Watson (May 25, $19.99 barter paper, ISBN 978-1-78627-883-8). Appearance and account columnist Watson shares the belief abaft his best-known shots and offers tips for new photographers.
Chinese Photography: Twentieth Aeon and Beyond by Rongrong (Mar. 29, $75, ISBN 978-94-93039-42-1). This absolute adviser covers Chinese pictorial, war, and advocate photography, as able-bodied as added contempo accurate experiments.
Jacqueline de Jong by Devrim Bayar et al. (July 13, $45 barter paper, ISBN 978-0-300-25770-0). The continued career and all-embracing paintings of Dutch artisan Jacqueline de Jong accept a alpha appraisal by an all-embracing aggregation of writers and curators.
Metropolitan Building of Art
Alice Neel: People Come Aboriginal by Kelly Baum and Randall Griffey (Apr. 6, $50, ISBN 978-1-58839-725-6) surveys Alice Neel’s 70-year career and addresses her paintings of LGBTQ subjects, her address in New York, and her charge to accelerating politics, civilian rights, feminism, and ancestral diversity.
Goya’s Graphic Imagination by Mark McDonald (Feb. 8, $50, ISBN 978-1-58839-714-0) presents the aboriginal focused analysis of Francisco Goya’s works on paper, which reflect the transformation and agitation of the Enlightenment, the Inquisition, and Spain’s years ofconstitutional government.
Modern Art Press
Artists Making Mural in Post-war Britain by Margaret Garlake (Mar. 9, $60, ISBN 978-1-9163474-0-3) challenges acceptable histories of British mural art by accretion the brand to accommodate both rural and burghal subjects. Garlake additionally places the assignment aural the ambience of the concrete changes of postwar society.
Milton Glaser: Afflatus and Action in Architectonics by Milton Glaser (June 8, $26.95, ISBN 978-1-61689-927-1) offers a blink central the backward designer’s never-before-published journals to accommodate acumen into his architectonics process.
Blue Violet by Cig Harvey (May 4, $50, ISBN 978-1-58093-576-0). Columnist Harvey combines an art book with a botanical guide, actual encyclopedia, and balladry in this analysis of attributes and animal emotions.
Contemporary Gardens of the Hamptons: Laguardia Architectonics Group 1990–2020 by Christopher Laguardia (Apr. 6, $50, ISBN 978-1-58093-565-4). This is the aboriginal album to present the assignment of Laguardia Architectonics Group, a mural architectonics close specializing in high-end residential and bartering design.
Master of the Midcentury: The Architectonics of William F. Cody by Jo Lauria, Cathy Cody, and Don Choi (May 4, $50, ISBN 978-1-58093-530-2) examines the assignment of William F. Cody (1916–1978), who fabricated Palm Springs, Calif., a centermost of midcentury architecture.
Paul Mellon Centre
Enlightened Eclecticism: The Grand Architectonics of the 1st Duke and Duchess of Northumberland by Adriano Aymonino (July 6, $65, ISBN 978-1-913107-17-8) celebrates two beat assemblage who shaped the tastes of 18th-century Georgian Britain.
Old Dogs by Sally Muir (Feb. 9, $19.95, ISBN 978-1-911663-19-5). The columnist abaft the A Dog a Day Facebook activity celebrates earlier dogs in a array of mediums, from sketches and lithographs to potato prints and oil paintings.
KAWS: What Party, with essays by Daniel Birnbaum, Jian DeLeon, and Eugenie Tsai (June 1, $59.95, ISBN 978-1-83866-272-1), showcases the art of Brooklyn’s KAWS (Brian Donnelly), whose assignment straddles accomplished art and accepted culture. This is actuality appear in affiliation with the Brooklyn Museum, which will authority an display of the aforementioned name.
Holy by Donna Ferrato (Mar. 9, $49.95, ISBN 978-1-57687-910-8). This accumulating of photographs taken over the accomplished 50 years shows what women are able of surviving, from the animal anarchy of the 1960s through the #MeToo era.
Princeton Architectural Press
Icebergs, Zombies, and the Ultra Thin: Architectonics and Commercialism in the Twenty-First Aeon by Matthew Soules (May 4, $26.95, ISBN 978-1-61689-946-2) examines how accounts commercialism changes architectural forms and the attributes of cities with “pencil towers” alms abundance accumulator for the super-rich and “iceberg” homes burrowed beneath artery level.
No Compromise: The Assignment of Florence Knoll by Ana Araujo (June 22, $29.95, ISBN 978-1-61689-993-6) takes a close-up attending at a arch force in avant-garde design. To advance in a male-dominated environment, Florence Knoll’s adage was, “No compromise, ever.”
Enchantments: Joseph Cornell and American Modernism by Marci Kwon (Mar. 23, $60, ISBN 978-0-691-18140-0) situates the assignment of Joseph Cornell, who is best accepted for his box constructions, aural the broader artistic, cultural, and political debates of mid-century America.
Painting by Numbers: Data-Driven Histories of Nineteenth-Century Art by Diana Seave Greenwald (Feb. 16, $35, ISBN 978-0-691-19245-1) uses agenda analysis and bread-and-butter accoutrement to appearance how art historians accept focused on a limited—and potentially biased—sample of artwork from the 1800s.
13th Witness: The Burghal by 13th Witness (Mar. 23, $35, ISBN 978-0-8478-6510-9). In his aboriginal book, the New York columnist accepted professionally as 13th Witness chronicles his hometown with caliginosity aerials and images of asleep alms stations.
Ebony: Covering the Aboriginal 75 Years by Lavaille Lavette (Feb. 2, $57.50, ISBN 978-0-8478-6901-5) includes added than 600 covers and photographs, as able-bodied as baddest articles, such as Martin Luther King Jr.’s admonition column, from the seminal magazine.
Ryland Peters & Small
Perfect English Style: Creating Rooms That Are Comfortable, Pleasing and Timeless by Ros Byam Shaw (Mar. 9, $40, ISBN 978-1-78879-242-4) delves into what makes English appearance and how to charm it with fabrics and best furnishings.
Scala Arts Publishers
Abstraction and Calligraphy: Towards a Universal Language by Didier Ottinger and Marie Sarre (Mar. 31, $60, ISBN 978-1-78551-352-7). Appear to accompany a accord amid Louvre Abu Dhabi and the Centre Georges Pompidou, this exhibition archive explores the chat amid Eastern calligraphic traditions and avant-garde art in the West.
Thames & Hudson
Mona Kuhn: Works by Rebecca Morse et al. (Apr. 6, $60, ISBN 978-0-500-54545-4). Appear to accompany with a traveling exhibition, aperture at Fotografiska in New York, this book offers a attendant of Mona Kuhn, who is best accepted for her all-embracing photographs of the animal form.
Univ. of California
The Jean-Michel Basquiat Reader, edited by Jordana Moore Saggese (Feb. 16, $90, ISBN 978-0-520-30515-1). This is the aboriginal absolute accumulating of the words and works of the movement-defining artist.
Univ. of Illinois
Photographic Presidents: Making History from Daguerreotype to Agenda by Cara A. Finnegan (Apr. 27, $22.95 barter paper, ISBN 978-0-252-08578-9) uses a anew apparent daguerreotype of John Quincy Adams as able-bodied as Barack Obama’s selfies to acquaint the belief of how presidents accept alternate in the medium’s transformative moments.
Univ. of Wisconsin
Frank Lloyd Wright’s Forgotten House: How an Omission Transformed the Architect’s Legacy by Nicholas D. Hayes (Apr. 27, $29.95, ISBN 978-0-299-33180-1) investigates Wright’s attack into affordable apartment in 1911 with American System-Built Homes. After the activity fell afar a few years later, he never batten about it about again.
Medium Design: Knowing How to Assignment on the Apple by Keller Easterling (Mar. 2, $19.95, ISBN 978-1-78873-932-0). Artisan Easterling calls for the architectonics action to change by attractive at the architectonics commodity in affiliation to the things about it.
Dandy Style: 250 Years of British Men’s Fashion, edited by Shaun Cole and Miles Lambert (Feb. 9, $35, ISBN 978-0-300-25413-6), traces affected but adventurous macho self-expression from Regency England to Oscar Wilde and Gilbert & George. Included are designs by Alexander McQueen and others, forth with portraits by Thomas Gainsborough and David Hockney.
Electrifying Design: A Aeon of Lighting by Sarah Schleuning and Cindi Strauss (Mar. 9, $50, ISBN 978-0-300-25457-0) offers a absolute history of lighting architectonics alpha in the 20th aeon and shows how lighting is basic to avant-garde design.
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A adaptation of this commodity appeared in the 12/07/2020 affair of Publishers Weekly beneath the headline: Art, Architectonics & Photography
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