Princeton Art & Architecture 2021 - Princeton University Press

 
Princeton Art & Architecture 2021 - Princeton University Press
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Princeton Art & Architecture 2021 - Princeton University Press
A magisterial study of celebrated photographer
Walker Evans

Walker Evans
Walker Evans (1903–75) was a great American artist photo-
graphing people and places in the United States in unforget-
table ways. He is known for his work for the Farm Security
Administration, addressing the Great Depression, but what
he actually saw was the diversity of people and the damage of
the long Civil War. In Walker Evans, renowned art historian
Svetlana Alpers explores how Evans made his distinctive
photographs. Delving into a lavish selection of Evans’s work,
Alpers uncovers rich parallels between his creative approach
and those of numerous literary and cultural figures, locating
Evans within the wide context of a truly international circle.

Svetlana Alpers is professor emerita of history of art at the
University of California, Berkeley, and a visiting scholar in
art history at New York University.
2020. 416 pages. 15 color + 170 b/w illus. 6 × 9.
Hardback 9780691195872            $39.95 | £34.00   ebook 9780691210896

The first major English-language biography of Francisco
Goya y Lucientes, who ushered in the modern era

Goya
The life of Francisco Goya (1746–1828) coincided with an
age of transformation in Spanish history that brought up-
heavals in the country’s politics and at the court which Goya
served, changes in society, the devastation of the Iberian
Peninsula in the war against Napoleon, and an ensuing
period of political instability. In this revelatory biography,
Janis Tomlinson draws on a wide range of documents—
including letters, court papers, and a sketchbook used by
Goya in the early years of his career—to provide a nuanced
portrait of a complex and multifaceted painter and print-
maker, whose art is synonymous with compelling images of
the people, events, and social revolution that defined his life
and era.

Janis A. Tomlinson has written and lectured extensively on
the art of Goya.
2020. 448 pages. 35 color + 46 b/w illus. 6 × 9.
Hardback 9780691192048           $35.00 | £30.00    ebook 9780691209845
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How artists created an aesthetic of “positive barbarism”
                                   in a world devastated by World War II, the Holocaust,
                                   and the atomic bomb

                                   Brutal Aesthetics
                                   In Brutal Aesthetics, leading art historian Hal Foster explores
                                   how postwar artists and writers searched for a new founda-
                                   tion of culture after the massive devastation of World War II,
                                   the Holocaust, and the atomic bomb. Inspired by the notion
                                   that modernist art can teach us how to survive a civilization
                                   become barbaric, Foster examines the various ways that
                                   key figures from the early 1940s to the early 1960s sought
                                   to develop a “brutal aesthetics” adequate to the destruction
                                   around them.

                                   Hal Foster is the Townsend Martin, Class of 1917, Professor
                                   of Art and Archaeology at Princeton University.
                                   Published in association with the National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC.
                                   The A. W. Mellon Lectures in the Fine Arts, Bollingen Series
                                   2020. 296 pages. 141 color + 41 b/w illus. 7 1/2 × 10.
                                   Hardback 9780691202600            $39.95 | £34.00

                                   A groundbreaking look at how Chicano graphic artists
                                   and their collaborators have used their work to imagine
                                   and sustain identities and political viewpoints

                                   ¡Printing the Revolution!
                                   The 1960s witnessed the rise of the Chicano civil rights
                                   movement, or El Movimiento, and marked a new way of
                                   being a person of Mexican descent in the United States.
                                   ¡Printing the Revolution! explores the remarkable legacy of
                                   Chicano graphic arts relative to major social movements, the
                                   way these artists and their cross-cultural collaborators ad-
                                   vanced printmaking methods, and the medium’s unique role
                                   in shaping critical debates about U.S. identity and history.

                                   E. Carmen Ramos is the Smithsonian American Art
                                   Museum’s acting chief curator and curator of Latinx art.
                                   Tatiana Reinoza is assistant professor of art history at the
Exhibition Schedule                University of Notre Dame. Terezita Romo is an art historian,
Smithsonian American Art Museum,
Washington, DC
                                   curator, and writer. Claudia E. Zapata is the Latinx art cura-
Reopening 2021, Dates TBD          torial assistant at the Smithsonian American Art Museum.
                                   Published in association with the Smithsonian American Art Museum,
                                   Washington, DC
                                   2020. 344 pages. 297 color + 7 b/w illus. 9 × 12.
                                   Flexibound 9780691210803          $49.95 | £42.00

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The fascinating untold story of how Nazi architects and
    planners envisioned and began to build a model “Aryan”
    society in Norway

    Hitler’s Northern Utopia
    Between 1940 and 1945, German occupiers transformed
    Norway into a vast construction zone. This remarkable build-
    ing campaign was designed to extend the Greater German
    Reich beyond the Arctic Circle and turn the Scandinavian
    country into a racial utopia. From ideal new cities to a scenic
    superhighway stretching from Berlin to northern Norway,
    plans to remake the country into a model “Aryan” society
    fired the imaginations of Hitler, his architect Albert Speer,
    and other Nazi leaders. In Hitler’s Northern Utopia, Despina
    Stratigakos provides the first major history of Nazi efforts to
    build a Nordic empire.

    Despina Stratigakos is a vice provost and professor of
    architecture at the University at Buffalo, State University of
    New York.
    2020. 352 pages. 13 color + 90 b/w illus. 6 × 9.
    Hardback 9780691198217            $29.95 | £25.00       ebook 9780691210902

    From the visionary founder of the Self-Assembly Lab at
    MIT, a manifesto for the dawning age of active materials

    Things Fall Together
    Things in life tend to fall apart. Cars break down. Buildings
    fall into disrepair. Personal items deteriorate. Yet today’s
    researchers are exploiting newly understood properties of
    matter to program materials that physically sense, adapt,
    and fall together instead of apart. These materials open new
    directions for industrial innovation and challenge us to re-
    think the way we build and collaborate with our environment.
    Things Fall Together is a provocative guide to this emerging,
    often mind-bending reality, presenting a bold vision for
    harnessing the intelligence embedded in the material world.

    Skylar Tibbits is founder and codirector of the Self-
    Assembly Lab and associate professor of design research
    in the Department of Architecture at the Massachusetts
    Institute of Technology.
    June 2021. 224 pages. 29 color + 13 b/w illus. 5 × 8.
    Hardback 9780691170336            $24.95 | £20.00       ebook 9780691189710

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The first investigation of how race and gender shaped
the presentation and marketing of Modernist decor

Mid-Century Modernism
and the American Body
In the world of interior design, mid-century Modernism has
left an indelible mark still seen and felt today in countless
open-concept floor plans and spare, geometric furnishings.
Yet despite our continued fascination, we rarely consider how
this iconic design sensibility was marketed to the diverse au-
diences of its era. Examining advice manuals, advertisements
in Life and Ebony, furniture, art, and more, Mid-Century
Modernism and the American Body offers a powerful new look
at how codes of race, gender, and identity influenced—and
were influenced by—Modern design and shaped its presenta-
tion to consumers.

Kristina Wilson is professor of art history at Clark
University.
April 2021. 264 pages. 74 color + 80 b/w illus. 7 × 10.
Hardback 9780691208190             $39.95 | £34.00        ebook 9780691213491

The first major work to examine Joseph Cornell’s
relationship to American modernism

Enchantments
Joseph Cornell (1903–72) is best known for his exquisite
and alluring box constructions, in which he transformed
found objects—such as celestial charts, glass ice cubes, and
feathers—into enchanted worlds that blur the boundaries
between fantasy and the commonplace. Situating Cornell
within the broader artistic, cultural, and political debates of
midcentury America, this innovative and interdisciplinary
account reveals enchantment’s relevance to the history of
American modernism.

Marci Kwon is assistant professor of art and art history at
Stanford University.
March 2021. 272 pages. 121 color + 82 b/w illus. 7 × 10.
Hardback 9780691181400            $60.00 | £50.00        ebook 9780691215020

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Why Piranesi’s greatest works weren’t his famous prints
    but rather the books for which he made them

    Piranesi Unbound
    A draftsman, printmaker, architect, and archaeologist,
    Giovanni Battista Piranesi (1720–78) is best known today as
    the virtuoso etcher of the immersive and captivating Views of
    Rome and the darkly inventive Imaginary Prisons. Yet Carolyn
    Yerkes and Heather Hyde Minor argue that his single
    greatest art form—one that combined his obsessions most
    powerfully and that he pursued throughout his career—was
    the book. Piranesi Unbound provides a fundamental reinter-
    pretation of Piranesi by recognizing him, first and foremost,
    as a writer, illustrator, printer, and publisher of books.

    Carolyn Yerkes is associate professor of early modern
    architecture at Princeton University. Heather Hyde Minor is
    professor of art history at the University of Notre Dame.
    2020. 240 pages. 193 color illus. 9 × 11 1/2.
    Hardback 9780691206103             $65.00 | £54.00

    Leonardo’s enduring fascination with water—from
    its artistic representation to aquatic inventions and
    hydraulic engineering

    Watermarks
    Formless, mutable, transparent: the element of water posed
    major challenges for the visual artists of the Renaissance. To
    the engineers of the era, water represented a force that could
    be harnessed for human industry but was equally possessed
    of formidable destructive power. For Leonardo da Vinci,
    water was an enduring fascination, appearing in myriad
    forms throughout his work. In Watermarks, Leslie Geddes
    explores the extraordinary range of Leonardo’s interest in
    water and shows how artworks by him and his peers contrib-
    uted to hydraulic engineering and the construction of large
    river and canal systems.

    Leslie A. Geddes is assistant professor of art history at
    Tulane University.
    2020. 256 pages. 124 color + 14 b/w illus. 7 1/2 × 10.
    Hardback 9780691192697            $60.00 | £50.00

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A fascinating history of marginalized identities in the
medieval world

Byzantine Intersectionality
While the term “intersectionality” was coined in 1989, the
existence of marginalized identities extends back over millen-
nia. Byzantine Intersectionality reveals the fascinating, little-
examined conversations in medieval thought and visual
culture around matters of sexual and reproductive consent,
bullying and slut-shaming, homosocial and homoerotic
relationships, trans and nonbinary gender identities, and
the depiction of racialized minorities. Roland Betancourt
explores these issues in the context of the Byzantine Empire.
Highlighting nuanced and strikingly modern approaches
by medieval writers, philosophers, theologians, and doctors,
Betancourt offers a new history of gender, sexuality, and race.

Roland Betancourt is professor of art history and chancel-
lor’s fellow at the University of California, Irvine.
2020. 288 pages. 8 color + 50 b/w illus. 6 × 9.
Hardback 9780691179452           $35.00 | £30.00     ebook 9780691210889

A mesmerizing account of how medieval European
Christians envisioned the paradoxical nature of
holy objects

Dissimilar Similitudes
Between the twelfth and sixteenth centuries, European
Christians used a plethora of objects in worship. In a set
of independent but interrelated essays, Caroline Bynum
considers some examples of such holy things. Suggesting that
contemporary students of religion, art, and culture should
avoid comparing things that merely “look alike,” she propos-
es that humanists turn instead to comparing across cultures
the disparate and perhaps visually dissimilar objects in which
worshippers as well as theorists locate the “other” that gives
their religion enduring power.

Caroline Walker Bynum is professor emerita of medieval
European history at the Institute for Advanced Study and
University Professor Emerita at Columbia University.
2020. 352 pages. 97 b/w illus. 6 × 9
Hardback 9781942130376             $32.95 | £28.00   ebook 9781942130383

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Abloh-isms                                            Arsham-isms
    Abloh-isms is a collection of essential quotations    The work of renowned contemporary artist
    from American fashion designer, DJ, and stylist       Daniel Arsham blurs the lines between art,
    Virgil Abloh. Abloh began his career as Kanye         architecture, archaeology, and design. In his
    West’s creative director before founding the          distinctive style, he takes ancient art works and
    luxury streetwear label Off-White and becoming        objects from twentieth-century pop culture and
    artistic director for Louis Vuitton, making Abloh     casts sculptures of them in geological materials
    the first American of African descent to hold that    such as quartz or volcanic ash, colliding past,
    title at a French fashion house. Defying categori-    present, and future in haunted yet playful visions
    zation, Abloh’s work has been the subject of solo     that prompt viewers to question their everyday
    exhibitions at museums and galleries. Lively and      surroundings. Arsham-isms is a collection of lively,
    thought-provoking, these quotes reflect Abloh’s       thought-provoking, and memorable quotations
    unique perspective as a trailblazer in his fields.    from this exciting creative talent.
    ISMs Published in association with No More Rulers     ISMs Published in association with No More Rulers
    March 2021. 160 pages. 2 b/w illus. 4 × 5.            April 2021. 152 pages. 2 b/w illus. 4 × 5.
    Hardback 9780691213798            $14.95 | £12.99     Hardback 9780691217505              $14.95 | £12.99
    ebook 9780691221076                                   ebook 9780691221083

    Futura-isms                                           Haring-isms
    Futura is a living legend—a world-renowned            Keith Haring (1958-90) remains one of the most
    painter, designer, and photographer who was           important and celebrated artists of his generation.
    a pioneer of graffiti art and New York City’s         Through his signature bold graphic line drawings
    “subway school.” His radical abstract work in         of figures and forms dancing, Haring’s paintings,
    the street and on canvas established him as a         large-scale public murals, chalk drawings, and
    central figure in an important art movement that      singular style defined an era and brought aware-
    included Jean-Michel Basquiat, Keith Haring,          ness to social issues ranging from gay rights and
    Rammellzee, Lee Quiñones, and Dondi White.            AIDS to drug abuse prevention and a woman’s
    Futura-isms is a collection of essential quotations   right to choose. Haring-isms is a collection of
    from this fascinating artist.                         essential quotations from this creative thinker and
    ISMs Published in association with No More Rulers     legendary artist.
    February 2021. 176 pages. 2 b/w illus. 4 × 5.
                                                          ISMs Published in association with No More Rulers
    Hardback 9780691217512             $14.95 | £12.99
                                                          2020. 168 pages. 2 b/w illus. 4 × 5
    ebook 9780691221090
                                                          Hardback 9780691209852              $12.95 | £10.99

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A powerful portrait of the greatest humanitarian
emergency of our time, from the director of Human Flow

Human Flow
In the course of making Human Flow, his epic feature docu-
mentary about the global refugee crisis, the artist Ai Weiwei
and his collaborators interviewed more than 600 refugees, aid
workers, politicians, activists, doctors, and local authorities in
twenty-three countries around the world. A handful of those
interviews were included in the film. This book presents one
hundred of these conversations in their entirety, providing
compelling first-person stories of the lives of those affected
by the crisis and those on the front lines of working to
address its immense challenges.

Ai Weiwei is one of the world’s most prominent artists and
political activists.
2020. 400 pages. 48 b/w illus. 6 1/2 × 9.
Paperback 9780691207049             $29.95 | £25.00   ebook 9780691208060

An evocative chronicle of the power of solitude in the
natural world

Island Zombie
Contemporary artist Roni Horn first visited Iceland in 1975
at the age of nineteen, and since then, the island’s treeless
expanse has had an enduring hold on Horn’s creative work.
Through a series of remarkable and poetic reflections,
vignettes, episodes, and illustrated essays, Island Zombie
distills the artist’s lifelong experience of Iceland’s natural
environment. Together, these pieces offer an unforgettable
exploration of the indefinable and inescapable force of
remote, elemental places, and provide a sustained look at
how an island and its atmosphere can take possession of the
innermost self.

Roni Horn is an artist and writer.
2020. 256 pages. 43 color + 8 b/w illus. 6 × 9.
Hardback 9780691208145           $35.00 | £30.00      ebook 9780691208978

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A landmark reference book on color and its origins
    in nature

    Nature’s Palette
    First published in 1814, Werner’s Nomenclature of Colours
    is a taxonomically organized guide to color in the natural
    world. Compiled by German geologist Abraham Gottlob
    Werner, the book was expanded and enhanced in 1821 by
    Patrick Syme. Featuring contributions by leading natural
    history experts along with more than 1,000 color illustrations
    and eight gatefolds, Nature’s Palette is the ideal illustrated
    reference volume for anyone captivated by color.

    Patrick Baty is a historian of paint and color. Elaine Charwat
    is a doctoral researcher at the Oxford University Museum of
    Natural History. Peter Davidson is senior curator of minerals
    at National Museums Scotland. André Karliczek is a member
    of the German Optical Museum. Giulia Simonini is a conser-
    vator, paleographer, and art historian.
    April 2021. 288 pages. 1,000 color illus. 8 × 10 1/2.
    Hardback 9780691217048             $39.95               ebook 9780691222714
    For sale only in the United States and Canada

    A beautifully illustrated exploration of Edward Lear’s
    little-known career as a natural-history artist—now in
    a new expanded paperback edition

    The Natural History of
    Edward Lear, New Edition
    Edward Lear (1812–88) is best known today for his witty
    limericks and endearing nonsense verse. But the celebrated
    author also created some of the most stunning paintings of
    birds and mammals during an age when many species were
    just being discovered and brought to private menageries and
    zoos throughout Europe. The Natural History of Edward Lear
    brings together more than 200 of Lear’s strikingly beautiful
    illustrations of animals, plants, and landscapes.

    Robert McCracken Peck is senior fellow and curator of art
    and artifacts at the Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel
    University.
    April 2021. 240 pages. 215 color illus. 7 × 10.
    Paperback 9780691217239             $29.95 | £25.00

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An in-depth history of the Stalinist skyscraper

Moscow Monumental
In the early years of the Cold War, the skyline of Moscow
was forever transformed by a citywide skyscraper building
project. As the steel girders of the monumental towers went
up, the centuries-old metropolis was reinvented to embody
the greatness of Stalinist society. Moscow Monumental
explores how the quintessential architectural works of the
late Stalin era fundamentally reshaped daily life in the Soviet
capital. Katherine Zubovich tells a story that is both local
and broadly transnational, taking readers from the streets of
interwar Moscow and New York to the marble-clad halls of
the bombastic postwar structures that continue to define the
Russian capital today.

Katherine Zubovich is assistant professor of history at the
University at Buffalo, State University of New York.
2020. 288 pages. 70 b/w illus. 7 × 10.
Hardback 9780691178905             $39.95 | £34.00   ebook 9780691205298

A hand-drawn guide to architectural styles throughout
history

Architectural Styles
Architectural Styles is an incomparable guide to architectural
styles across the centuries and around the world. Modeled
after an architect’s plein air sketchbook, the volume features
hundreds of detailed drawings by esteemed architectural
illustrator Robbie Polley alongside incisive and informative
descriptions. This unique guidebook takes readers from
Europe and the Americas to Egypt, China, and India. It
covers a host of historical and contemporary architectural
styles, describes the histories and characteristics of the
building traditions of each era and region of the world, and
looks at key architectural elements. Comprehensive and au-
thoritative, Architectural Styles is a must-have illustrated guide
for anyone interested in architecture or drawing.

Margaret Fletcher is associate professor of architecture
at Auburn University. Robbie Polley is an architectural
illustrator.
2020. 288 pages. 600 b/w illus. 7 × 9.
Hardback 9780691208077            $29.95             ebook 9780691213781
For sale only in North America

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A pathbreaking history of art that uses digital research
     and economic tools to reveal enduring inequities

     Painting by Numbers
     Painting by Numbers presents a groundbreaking blend of
     art historical and social scientific methods to chart, for the
     first time, the sheer scale of nineteenth-century artistic
     production. With new quantitative evidence for more than
     five hundred thousand works of art, Diana Seave Greenwald
     provides fresh insights into the nineteenth century, and the
     extent to which art historians have focused on a limited—and
     potentially biased—sample of artwork from that time. She
     addresses long-standing questions about the effects of in-
     dustrialization, gender, and empire on the art world, and she
     models more expansive approaches for studying art history
     in the age of the digital humanities.

     Diana Seave Greenwald is assistant curator of the collection
     at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston.
     February 2021. 256 pages. 55 color + 9 b/w illus. 14 tables. 6 × 9.
     Hardback 9780691192451           $35.00 | £30.00         ebook 9780691214948

     The first English translation of one of the earliest and
     most brilliant art-historical surveys

     Historical Grammar
     of the Visual Arts
     Aloïs Riegl (1858–1905) was one of the greatest modern
     art historians. The most important member of the so-called
     Vienna School, Riegl developed a highly refined technique
     of visual or formal analysis. Riegl pioneered new under-
     standings of the changing role of the viewer, the significance
     of non–high art objects, and theories of art and art history.
     Finally, his Historical Grammar of the Visual Arts, which
     brings together many of the diverse threads of his thought,
     is available to an English-language audience in a superlative
     translation by Yale professor Jacqueline E. Jung.

     Aloïs Riegl’s major works previously translated into
     English include Problems of Style: Foundations for a History
     of Ornament, Late Roman Art Industry, and The Group
     Portraiture of Holland.
     February 2021. 496 pages. 30 b/w illus. 6 × 9.
     Paperback 9781890951467         $28.95 | £25.00

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The first major history of the bravura movement
in European painting

Bravura
The painterly style known as bravura emerged in six-
teenth-century Venice and spread throughout Europe during
the seventeenth century. While earlier artistic movements
presented a polished image of the artist by downplaying the
creative process, bravura celebrated a painter’s distinct ma-
terials, virtuosic execution, and theatrical showmanship. This
resulted in the further development of innovative techniques
and a popular understanding of the artist as a weapon-wield-
ing acrobat, impetuous wunderkind, and daring rebel. In
Bravura, Nicola Suthor offers the first in-depth consideration
of bravura as an artistic and cultural phenomenon.

Nicola Suthor is professor of art history at Yale University.
February 2021. 304 pages. 89 color + 46 b/w illus. 8 × 10 1/2.
Hardback 9780691204581           $65.00 | £54.00         ebook 9780691213439

A vivid account of the exoticism of the Dutch Republic
at a critical moment in its cultural and political history

Rarities of These Lands
The seventeenth century witnessed a great flourishing of
Dutch trade and culture. Over the course of the first half of
the century, the northern Netherlands secured independence
from the Spanish crown, and the nascent republic sought to
establish its might in global trade, often by way of diplomatic
relations with the Ottoman Empire and other Muslim
powers. Central to the political and cultural identity of the
Dutch Republic were curious foreign goods the Dutch called
“rarities.” Rarities of These Lands explores how these rarities
were obtained, exchanged, stolen, valued, and collected, trac-
ing their global trajectories and considering their role within
the politics of the new state.

Claudia Swan is the Mark S. Weil Professor of Early
Modern Art History at Washington University in St. Louis.
March 2021. 336 pages. 140 color illus. 8 × 10.
Hardback 9780691207964           $65.00 | £54.00     ebook 9780691213521

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The first book to put the sacred and sensuous bronze
     statues from India’s Chola dynasty in social context

     The Thief Who Stole My Heart
     From the ninth through the thirteenth centuries, the Chola
     dynasty of southern India produced thousands of statues
     of Hindu deities, whose physical perfection was meant to
     reflect spiritual beauty and divine transcendence. During
     festivals, these bronze sculptures—including Shiva, referred
     to in a saintly vision as “the thief who stole my heart”—were
     adorned with jewels and flowers and paraded through towns.
     In this richly illustrated book, leading art historian Vidya
     Dehejia introduces the bronzes within the full context of
     Chola history, culture, and religion. In doing so, she brings
     the bronzes and Chola society to life before our very eyes.

     Vidya Dehejia is the Barbara Stoler Miller Professor of
     Indian and South Asian Art at Columbia University.
     Published in association with the National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC
     The A. W. Mellon Lectures in the Fine Arts, Bollingen Series
     May 2021. 336 pages. 242 color + 3 b/w illus. 8 × 11.
     Hardback 9780691202594            $75.00 | £62.00

     A look at the painting traditions of northwestern India in
     the eighteenth century, and what they reveal about the
     political and artistic changes of the era

     The Place of Many Moods
     In the long eighteenth century, artists from Udaipur, a city
     of lakes in northwestern India, specialized in depicting the
     vivid sensory ambience of its historic palaces, reservoirs,
     temples, bazaars, and durbars. As Mughal imperial authority
     weakened by the late 1600s and the British colonial economy
     became paramount by the 1830s, new patrons and mobile
     professionals reshaped urban cultures and artistic genres
     across early modern India. The Place of Many Moods explores
     how Udaipur’s artworks represent the period’s major
     aesthetic, intellectual, and political shifts.

     Dipti Khera is associate professor in the Department of Art
     History and the Institute of Fine Arts at New York University.
     2020. 232 pages. 159 color illus. 8 × 10 1/2.
     Hardback 9780691201849              $65.00 | £54.00    ebook 9780691209111

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A stunning nine-volume presentation of the incredible
Buddhist caves at Dunhuang in northwestern China

Visualizing Dunhuang
Visualizing Dunhuang: The Lo Archive Photographs of the
Mogao and Yulin Caves presents for the first time in print the
comprehensive photographic archive—created in the 1940s
by James C. M. Lo (1902–87) and his wife, Lucy L. Lo
(b. 1920)—of the remarkable Buddhist caves at Dunhuang.
This extraordinary nine-volume set features more than 3,000
black-and-white photographs that provide an indispensable
historical record. Invaluable for their documentary worth and
artistic quality, and thorough in their coverage and clarity,
the images represent a rare perspective on significant monu-
ments, many now irretrievably changed.

Dora C. Y. Ching is associate director of the P. Y. and Kinmay
W. Tang Center for East Asian Art at Princeton University.
Published in association with the Tang Center for East Asian Art,
Princeton University
June 2021. 3128 pages. 106 color + 3,392 tritone + 50 duotone + 388 b/w illus.
9 1/2 × 13 1/2.
Hardback 9780691208152            $1,200.00 | £1,000.00 (valid until April 30, 2021)

A beautifully illustrated study of the caves at Dunhuang

Visualizing Dunhuang
Visualizing Dunhuang: Seeing, Studying, and Conserving the
Caves is a paperback edition of the ninth volume of the
magnificent nine-volume hardback set, and examines how
the Lo Archive, a vast collection of photographs taken in the
1940s of the Mogao and Yulin Caves, inspires a broad range
of scholarship. Lavishly illustrated with selected Lo Archive
and modern photographs, the essays address three main
areas—Dunhuang as historical record, as site, and as art and
art history.

Dora C. Y. Ching is associate director of the P. Y. and Kinmay
W. Tang Center for East Asian Art at Princeton University.
Contributors include Neville Agnew, Dora Ching, Jun Hu,
Annette Juliano, Richard Kent, Wei-Cheng Lin, Cary Liu,
Maria Menshikova, Jerome Silbergeld, Roderick Whitfield,
and Zhao Shengliang.
Published in association with the Tang Center for East Asian Art,
Princeton University
June 2021. 400 pages. 101 color + 178 tritone + 13 b/w illus. 8 × 11 1/2.
Paperback 9780691208169           $65.00 | £54.00

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ZONE BOOKS

     The Civil Contract of Photography            Christian Materiality                      Into the White
     Ariella Azoulay                              Caroline Walker Bynum                      Christopher P. Heuer
     2012. 586 pages. 8 color + 100 b/w illus.    2015. 416 pages. 50 b/w illus. 6 × 9.      2019. 256 pages. 72 b/w illus. 6 × 9.
     6 × 9.                                       Paper 9781935408116 $27.95 | £22.00        Cloth 9781942130147 $32.95 | £28.00
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     Perfection’s Therapy                         Anachronic Renaissance                     Perspective as Symbolic Form
     Mitchell B. Merback                          Alexander Nagel &                          Erwin Panofsky
     2018. 320 pages. 1 color + 91 b/w illus.     Christopher S. Wood                        1997. 200 pages. 63 b/w illus. 6 × 9.
     6 × 9.                                       2020. 456 pages. 126 b/w illus. 7 × 11.    Paper 9780942299533 $24.95 | £22.00
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     A Forest of Symbols                          Depositions                                The Culture of the Copy
     Andrei Pop                                   Amy Knight Powell                          Hillel Schwartz
     2019. 320 pages. 15 color + 101 b/w illus.   2012. 376 pages. 8 color + 80 b/w illus.   2014. 472 pages. 25 b/w illus. 6 × 9.
     6 × 9.                                       6 × 9.                                     Paper 9781935408451 $28.95 | £25.00
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AFRICA & THE MIDDLE EAST

Caravans of Gold,                                  From Ancient to Modern                        The Golden Rhinoceros
Fragments in Time                                  Edited by Jennifer Y. Chi                     François-Xavier Fauvelle
Edited by Kathleen Bickford Berzock                & Pedro Azara                                 February 2021. 288 pages. 43 b/w illus.
2019. 312 pages. 192 color illus. 10 × 11.         2015. 168 pages. 125 color illus. 7 × 9.      6 1/2 × 8.
Cloth 9780691182681 $65.00 | £54.00                Paper 9780691166469 $42.00 | £35.00           Paper 9780691217147 $17.95 | £14.99
Published in association with the Mary and Leigh   Distributed for the Institute for the Study   ebook 9780691183947
Block Museum of Art, Northwestern University       of the Ancient World at New York University

The Album of the World Emperor                     Objects of Translation                        The Life and Struggles of
Emine Fetvacı                                      Finbarr Barry Flood                           Our Mother Walatta Petros
2020. 296 pages. 126 color illus. 8 × 11.          2018. 384 pages. 70 b/w illus. 8 × 10.        Galawdewos
Cloth 9780691189154 $65.00 | £54.00                Paper 9780691180748 $39.95 | £34.00           2015. 544 pages. 64 color + 18 b/w illus.
ebook 9780691194257                                                                              7 × 10.
                                                                                                 Cloth 9780691164212 $39.95 | £34.00
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The Ancient Near East                              The Lost Archive                              Masters of Fire
Edited by James B. Pritchard                       Marina Rustow                                 Edited by Michael Sebbane, Osnat
2010. 656 pages. 307 b/w illus. 6 × 9.             2020. 624 pages. 83 color + 17 b/w illus.     Misch-Brandl & Daniel M. Master
Paper 9780691147260 $52.50 | £44.00                7 × 10.                                       2014. 184 pages. 7 b/w illus. 8 1/2 × 11 1/2.
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AMERICA & THE AMERICAS

                                                         Between Worlds
                                                         Bill Traylor (ca. 1853–1949) came to art-making on his own and
                                                         found his creative voice without guidance. Between Worlds presents an
                                                         unparalleled look at the work of this enigmatic and dazzling artist, who
                                                         blended common imagery with arcane symbolism, narration with ab-
                                                         straction, and personal vision with the beliefs and folkways of his time.

                                                         Leslie Umberger is curator of folk and self-taught art at the
                                                         Smithsonian American Art Museum. Stephanie Stebich is the
                                                         Margaret and Terry Stent Director of the Smithsonian American Art
                                                         Museum. Kerry James Marshall is an internationally renowned artist.
                                                         Published in association with the Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington, DC
                                                         2018. 448 pages. 244 color + 61 b/w illus. 9 × 11 1/2.
                                                         Cloth 9780691182674 $65.00 | £54.00

     Moved to Tears                                      Scale and the Incas                               Alexander von Humboldt
     Rebecca Bedell                                      Andrew James Hamilton                             and the United States
     2018. 232 pages. 69 color + 44 b/w illus.           2018. 304 pages. 105 color + 55 b/w illus.        Eleanor Jones Harvey
     8 1/2 × 9 1/2.                                      9 × 12.                                           2020. 448 pages. 215 color + 22 b/w illus.
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                                                                                                           Published in association with the Smithsonian
                                                                                                           American Art Museum, Washington, DC

     Votes for Women                                     Black Out                                         World War I and American Art
     Kate Clarke Lemay                                   Asma Naeem                                        Edited by Robert Cozzolino, Anne
     2019. 304 pages. 183 color illus. 8 1/2 × 10 1/2.   2018. 192 pages. 98 color illus. 9 × 10.          Classen Knutson & David M. Lubin
     Cloth 9780691191171 $39.95 | £34.00                 Cloth 9780691180588 $45.00 | £38.00               2016. 320 pages. 229 color + 63 b/w illus.
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     National Portrait Gallery, Washington, DC           National Portrait Gallery, Washington, DC
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ANCIENT WORLD

A Wonder to Behold                              Alexander the Great                           Greek Art and Aesthetics
Edited by Anastasia Amrhein,                    John Boardman                                 in the Fourth Century b.c.
Clare Fitzgerald & Elizabeth Knott              June 2021. 176 pages. 16 color +              William A. P. Childs
2019. 186 pages. 160 color illus. 9 × 10 1/2.   36 b/w illus. 6 × 9.                          2018. 516 pages. 28 color + 258 b/w illus.
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of the Ancient World at New York University                                                   ebook 9781400890514

Digging Deeper                                  Three Stones Make a Wall                      Crossing the Pomerium
Eric H. Cline                                   Eric H. Cline                                 Michael Koortbojian
2020. 176 pages. 21 b/w illus. 4 × 7.           2018. 480 pages. 54 b/w illus. 5 × 8.         2020. 256 pages. 62 b/w illus. 7 × 10.
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The Transformation of Athens                    Trophies of Victory                           Classical Art
Robin Osborne                                   T. Leslie Shear, Jr.                          Caroline Vout
2018. 304 pages. 20 color + 80 b/w illus.       2016. 496 pages. 123 b/w illus. 8 1/2 × 11.   2018. 376 pages. 80 color + 132 b/w illus.
7 × 10.                                         Paper 9780691170572 $65.00 | £54.00           8 × 10.
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ebook 9781400889938                             Publications of the Department of Art and     ebook 9781400890279
                                                Archaeology, Princeton University

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ARCHITECTURE & URBAN STUDIES

     Modern Architecture and Climate                 Lateness                                     The Queens Nobody Knows
     Daniel A. Barber                                Peter Eisenman with Elisa Iturbe             William B. Helmreich
     2020. 336 pages. 76 color + 196 b/w illus.      2020. 120 pages. 39 b/w illus. 6 × 7 1/2.    2020. 488 pages. 65 b/w illus. 5 1/2 × 8.
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     Ugliness and Judgment                           Lina Bo Bardi, Drawings                      Changing Places
     Timothy Hyde                                    Zeuler R. M. de A. Lima                      John MacDonald, Charles Branas &
     2019. 232 pages. 70 b/w illus. 5 1/2 × 8 1/2.   2019. 140 pages. 100 color illus. 8 × 10.    Robert Stokes
     Cloth 9780691179162 $35.00 | £30.00             Cloth 9780691191195 $45.00 | £38.00          2019. 208 pages. 33 b/w illus. 6 × 9.
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                                                     Joan Miró
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     Authorship                                      Ottoman Baroque                              Architecture in Global Socialism
     Edited by Mónica Ponce de León                  Ünver Rüstem                                 Łukasz Stanek
     2020. 336 pages. 8 1/2 × 10.                    2019. 336 pages. 204 color + 44 b/w illus.   2020. 368 pages. 150 color + 127 b/w
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ASIA & SOUTHEAST ASIA

The Tao of Architecture                              Around Chigusa                                   Mount Wutai
Amos Ih Tiao Chang                                   Edited by Dora C. Y. Ching, Louise               Wen-shing Chou
2017. 104 pages. 4 b/w illus. 5 1/2 × 8 1/2.         Allison Cort & Andrew M. Watsky                  2018. 240 pages. 88 color + 31 b/w illus.
Paper 9780691175713 $12.95 | £10.99                  2017. 336 pages. 99 color illus. 8 1/2 × 11.     8 × 11 1/2.
ebook 9781400885084                                  Cloth 9780691177557 $75.00 | £62.00              Cloth 9780691178646 $65.00 | £54.00
                                                     Publications of the Department of Art and        ebook 9780691191126
                                                     Archaeology, Princeton University

Chinese Painting and Its Audiences                   Traditional Chinese Architecture                 The Tale of Genji
Craig Clunas                                         Fu Xinian                                        Melissa McCormick
2017. 320 pages. 200 color + 50 b/w illus.           2017. 448 pages. 150 b/w illus. 7 1/2 × 9 1/2.   2018. 288 pages. 224 color illus. 7 × 10.
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Published in association with the National Gallery
of Art, Washington, DC; The A. W. Mellon Lectures
in the Fine Arts, Bollingen Series

Kanban                                               Chinese Architecture                             The Life of Animals in Japanese Art
Alan Scott Pate                                      Nancy Shatzman Steinhardt                        Edited by Robert T. Singer &
2017. 160 pages. 155 color illus. 9 1/2 × 11.        2019. 400 pages. 253 color + 110 b/w illus.      Kawai Masatomo
Cloth 9780691176475 $49.50 | £42.00                  9 × 11 1/2.                                      2019. 384 pages. 475 color illus. 9 × 12.
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Museum, San Diego                                    ebook 9780691191973                              Published in association with the National Gallery
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EUROPEAN

     Insect Artifice                               The Art of Philosophy                                A Superb Baroque
     Marisa Anne Bass                              Susanna Berger                                       Jonathan Bober, Piero Boccardo &
     2019. 312 pages. 192 color illus. 8 × 10.     2017. 352 pages. 30 color + 169 b/w illus.           Franco Boggero
     Cloth 9780691177151 $65.00 | £54.00           8 1/2 × 11.                                          2020. 384 pages. 250 color illus. 10 × 11 1/2.
                                                   Cloth 9780691172279 $65.00 | £54.00                  Cloth 9780691206516 $65.00 | £54.00
                                                   ebook 9781400885121                                  Published in association with the National Gallery
                                                                                                        of Art, Washington, DC

     Sofonisba’s Lesson                            Restoration                                          Bosch and Bruegel
     Michael W. Cole                               Thomas Crow                                          Joseph Leo Koerner
     2020. 312 pages. 256 color + 25 b/w illus.    2018. 208 pages. 160 color + 12 b/w illus.           2017. 448 pages. 275 color + 50 b/w illus.
     7 1/2 × 9 1/2.                                7 × 10.                                              8 × 11.
     Cloth 9780691198323 $60.00 | £50.00           Cloth 9780691181646 $39.95 | £34.00                  Cloth 9780691172286 $65.00 | £54.00
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                                                   of Art, Washington, DC; The A. W. Mellon Lectures    of Art, Washington, DC; The A. W. Mellon Lectures
                                                   in the Fine Arts, Bollingen Series                   in the Fine Arts, Bollingen Series

     The Painter’s Touch                           William Blake                                        Michelangelo’s Design Principles,
     Ewa Lajer-Burcharth                           Martin Myrone & Amy Concannon                        Particularly in Relation to Those of
     2018. 312 pages. 154 color + 104 b/w illus.   2019. 224 pages. 200 color illus. 9 × 10 1/2.        Raphael
     8 1/2 × 11 1/2.                               Cloth 9780691198316 $55.00                           Erwin Panofsky
     Cloth 9780691170121 $65.00 | £54.00           For sale only in the US and Canada                   2020. 408 pages. 29 b/w illus. 6 × 9.
                                                   Published in association with Tate                   Cloth 9780691165264 $39.95 | £34.00

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GENERAL

On Weaving                                         Visuality and Virtuality                   Committed to Memory
Anni Albers                                        Whitney Davis                              Cheryl Finley
2017. 272 pages. 105 color + 28 b/w illus.         2017. 368 pages. 7 × 10.                   2018. 320 pages. 77 color + 77 b/w illus.
8 1/2 × 11.                                        Cloth 9780691171944 $49.95 | £42.00        7 1/2 × 10 1/2.
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Exploring the Invisible                            The Dehumanization of Art and              The Marquis de Sade
Lynn Gamwell                                       Other Essays on Art, Culture, and          and the Avant-Garde
2020. 528 pages. 332 color + 183 b/w illus.        Literature                                 Alyce Mahon
9 1/2 × 12.                                        José Ortega y Gasset                       2020. 296 pages. 44 color + 56 b/w illus.
Cloth 9780691191058 $49.95 | £42.00                2019. 224 pages. 5 1/2 × 8 1/2.            7 × 10.
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Protest!                                           Yellow                                     Red
Liz McQuiston                                      Michel Pastoureau                          Michel Pastoureau
2019. 288 pages. 400 color illus. 9 × 11 1/2.      2019. 240 pages. 135 color illus. 9 × 9.   2017. 216 pages. 112 color illus. 9 × 9.
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MODERN & CONTEMPORARY

     The Notebooks                                      Basquiat-isms                               The Obama Portraits
     Jean-Michel Basquiat                               Jean-Michel Basquiat                        Taína Caragol, Dorothy Moss,
     2015. 304 pages. 160 color illus. 7 1/2 × 10.      2019. 144 pages. 2 b/w illus. 4 × 5.        Richard J. Powell & Kim Sajet
     Cloth 9780691167893 $29.95 | £25.00                Cloth 9780691192833 $12.95 | £10.99         2020. 152 pages. 76 color illus. 7 × 9.
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                                                                                                    Published in association with the Smithsonian’s
                                                                                                    National Portrait Gallery, Washington, DC

     Black Mountain Chamberlain                         The First Pop Age                           Artists Respond
     John Chamberlain                                   Hal Foster                                  Melissa Ho, Thomas Crow,
     2020. 104 pages. 48 color illus. 9 1/2 × 10 1/2.   2014. 352 pages. 77 color + 80 b/w illus.   Erica Levin, Katherine Markoski,
     Cloth 9780691204482 $39.95 | £34.00                6 × 8.                                      Mignon Nixon & Martha Rosler
     Distributed for Edition Julie Sylvester            Paper 9780691160986 $30.95 | £26.00         2019. 416 pages. 171 color + 107 b/w illus.
                                                                                                    10 × 12.
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                                                                                                    American Art Museum, Washington, DC

     Reading Cy Twombly                                 After Art                                   The New Monuments
     Mary Jacobus                                       David Joselit                               and the End of Man
     2016. 320 pages. 96 color + 37 b/w illus.          2012. 136 pages. 39 color + 1 b/w illus.    Robert Slifkin
     7 × 10.                                            6 × 7 1/2.                                  2019. 248 pages. 103 b/w illus. 7 × 10.
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PHOTOGRAPHY

How the Other Half Looks                              Mariposas Nocturnas                          The Nevada Test Site
Sara Blair                                            Emmet Gowin                                  Emmet Gowin
2020. 304 pages. 8 color + 79 b/w illus.              2017. 144 pages. 90 color + 2 b/w illus.     2019. 160 pages. 67 tritone illus. 10 × 12.
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Gillian Wearing and Claude Cahun                      Soulmaker                                    The Arab Imago
Sarah Howgate                                         Alexander Nemerov                            Stephen Sheehi
2017. 176 pages. 91 color + 60 b/w illus.             2016. 200 pages. 114 color + 10 b/w illus.   2016. 264 pages. 100 b/w illus. 7 × 10.
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Lewis Carroll, Photographer                           Lewis Carroll’s Photography                  Do Not Erase
Roger Taylor & Edward Wakeling                        and Modern Childhood                         Jessica Wynne
2002. 304 pages. 485 tritone illus. 10 × 11.          Diane Waggoner                               June 2021. 252 pages. 108 color illus.
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                        A History of Art History
                        In this authoritative book, the first of its kind in English, Christopher
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                        late middle ages through the rise of the modern scholarly discipline
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                        the discipline. Combining erudition with clarity, this book makes a
                        landmark contribution to the understanding of art history.

                        Christopher S. Wood is a professor at New York University.
                        March 2021. 472 pages. 24 b/w illus. 6 1/2 × 9.
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                        Michelangelo, God’s Architect
                        As he entered his seventies, Michelangelo despaired that his productive
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                        himself into one of the greatest architects of the Renaissance.

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Human Flow (Ai)                             Mount Wutai (Chou)
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On Weaving (Albers)                         Three Stones Make a Wall (Cline)
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Moved to Tears (Bedell)                     Visuality and Virtuality (Davis)
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The Art of Philosophy (Berger)              The Thief Who Stole My Heart (Dehejia)
Translation, Audio, Film/TV, and Serial     Translation, Audio, Film/TV, and Serial

Byzantine Intersectionality (Betancourt)    Lateness (Eisenman & Iturbe)
Translation, Audio, Film/TV, and Serial     Translation, Audio, Film/TV, and Serial

How the Other Half Looks (Blair)            The Golden Rhinoceros (Fauvelle)
Translation, Audio, Film/TV, and Serial     Audio and Serial

Alexander the Great (Boardman)              The Album of the World Emperor (Fetvacı)
Translation, Audio, Film/TV, and Serial     Translation, Audio, Film/TV, and Serial

A Field Guide to Grad School (Calarco)      Committed to Memory (Finley)
Translation, Audio, Film/TV, and Serial     Translation, Audio, Film/TV, and Serial

Brooklyn (Campanella)                       Architectural Styles (Fletcher & Polley)
Translation, Audio, Film/TV, and Serial     Serial

The Obama Portraits (Caragol et al)         Objects of Translation (Flood)
Serial                                      Translation, Audio, Film/TV, and Serial

The Tao of Architecture (Chang)             Brutal Aesthetics (Foster)
Translation, Audio, Film/TV, and Serial     Translation, Audio, Film/TV, and Serial

From Ancient to Modern (Chi & Azara)        Traditional Chinese Architecture (Fu)
Translation, Audio, Film/TV, and Serial     Translation, Audio, Film/TV, and Serial

Greek Art and Aesthetics in                 The Life and Struggles of
the Fourth Century B.C.(Childs)             Our Mother Walatta Petros (Galawdewos)
Serial                                      Translation, Audio, and Serial

Around Chigusa (Ching)                      Exploring the Invisible (Gamwell)
Serial                                      Translation, Audio, and Serial

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Watermarks (Geddes)                          Lina Bo Bardi, Drawings (Lima)
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Mariposas Nocturnas (Gowin)                  Changing Places (MacDonald et al)
Translation, Audio, Film/TV, and Serial      Translation, Audio, Film/TV, and Serial

The Nevada Test Site (Gowin)                 The Marquis de Sade and the Avant-Garde
Translation, Audio, Film/TV, and Serial      (Mahon)
                                             Translation, Audio, Film/TV, and Serial
Painting by Numbers (Greenwald)
Translation, Audio, Film/TV, and Serial      Porcelain (Marchand)
                                             Translation, Audio, Film/TV, and Serial
A Visual History of Illustration (Hall)
Serial                                       The Tale of Genji (McCormick)
                                             Translation, Audio, Film/TV, and Serial
Scale and the Incas (Hamilton)
Translation, Audio, Film/TV, and Serial      Protest! (McQuiston)
                                             Serial
Alexander von Humboldt
and the United States (Harvey)               William Blake (Myrone & Concannon)
Serial                                       Serial

The Queens Nobody Knows (Helmreich)          Soulmaker (Nemerov)
Translation, Audio, Film/TV, and Serial      Translation, Audio, Film/TV, and Serial

Artists Respond (Ho et al)                   The Transformation of Athens (Osborne)
Serial                                       Translation, Audio, Film/TV, and Serial

Island Zombie (Horn)                         Yellow (Pastoureau)
Translation, Audio, and Serial               Audio and Serial

Arts and Minds (Howes)                       The Natural History of Edward Lear,
Translation, Audio, Film/TV, and Serial      New Edition (Peck)
                                             Translation, Audio, Film/TV, and Serial
Gillian Wearing and Claude Cahun (Howgate)
Serial                                       The Ancient Near East (Pritchard)
                                             Translation, Audio, Film/TV, and Serial
Ugliness and Judgment (Hyde)
Translation, Audio, Film/TV, and Serial      Ottoman Baroque (Rüstem)
                                             Translation, Audio, Film/TV, and Serial
Lives of Houses (Kennedy & Lee)
Translation, Audio, and Serial               The Lost Archive (Rustow)
                                             Translation, Audio, Film/TV, and Serial
The Place of Many Moods (Khera)
Translation, Audio, Film/TV, and Serial      Masters of Fire (Sebbane et al)
                                             Translation, Audio, Film/TV, and Serial
Crossing the Pomerium (Koortbojian)
Translation, Audio, Film/TV, and Serial      Trophies of Victory (Shear Jr.)
                                             Serial
Enchantments (Kwon)
Translation, Audio, Film/TV, and Serial      The Arab Imago (Sheehi)
                                             Translation, Audio, Film/TV, and Serial
The Painter’s Touch (Lajer-Burcharth)
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The New Monuments and the End of Man        Piranesi Unbound (Yerkes & Minor)
(Slifkin)                                   Translation, Audio, Film/TV, and Serial
Translation, Audio, Film/TV, and Serial
                                            ¡Printing the Revolution! (Zapata et al)
Architecture in Global Socialism (Stanek)   Serial
Translation, Audio, Film/TV, and Serial
                                            Moscow Monumental (Zubovich)
Chinese Architecture (Steinhardt)           Translation, Audio, Film/TV, and Serial
Translation, Audio, Film/TV, and Serial

Hitler’s Northern Utopia (Stratigakos)
Translation, Audio, Film/TV, and Serial

Bravura (Suthor)
Translation, Audio, Film/TV, and Serial

Rarities of These Lands (Swan)
Translation, Audio, Film/TV, and Serial

Lewis Carroll, Photographer
(Taylor & Wakeling)
Translation, Audio, Film/TV, and Serial

Things Fall Together (Tibbits)
Translation, Audio, Film/TV, and Serial

Goya (Tomlinson)
Translation, Audio, Film/TV, and Serial

Between Worlds (Umberger)
Serial

Classical Art (Vout)
Translation, Audio, Film/TV, and Serial

Lewis Carroll’s Photography
and Modern Childhood (Waggoner)
Translation, Audio, Film/TV, and Serial

Michelangelo, God’s Architect (Wallace)
Translation, Audio, and Serial

Foundations (Wetherell)
Translation, Audio, Film/TV, and Serial

Mid-Century Modernism
and the American Body (Wilson)
Translation, Audio, Film/TV, and Serial

A History of Art History (Wood)
Translation, Audio, Film/TV, and Serial

Do Not Erase (Wynne)
Translation, Audio, Film/TV, and Serial

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