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Alexander Calder

Alexander Calder
Avante-garde in Motion
Edited by Marion Ackermann and Susanne Meyer-Buser

This book accompanies an exhibit in Düsseldorf that focuses on Calder’s work in the 1930s and ’40s, a period in which the sculptor experimented with a number of artistic styles. It includes a DVD showing the sculptures in motion.

128 p., 100 color plates, 1 DVD
Cloth $39.95


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Alex Katz
New York / Maine
Edited by Veit Ziegelmaier

For decades, painter Alex Katz has split his time between New York
and Maine, and the two very different locales have left their mark
on his work. Alex Katz highlights the distinctions between the works created in each place.

300 p., 110 color plates
Cloth $39.95

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Dan Flavin
Edited by Isabelle Dervaux and Friedrich Meschede

Minimalist artist Dan Flavin is best known for his brightly colored fluorescent light installations. But he was also an accomplished draftsman, and this is the first book to fully explore the central role that drawing played in Flavin’s art.

220 p., 184 color plates
Cloth $49.95

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Franz Mayer of Munich
Architecture, Glass, Art
Essays by Gottfried Knapp and Bernhard Graf

Founded in 1847, Franz Mayer of Munich is one of the world’s foremost studios for mosaics and stained glass. This volume takes readers on a tour of the company’s long history, from its genesis as a fine arts manufacturer to the establishment of a stained glass department in 1860 and the period of rapid growth and expansion that followed.

256 p., 400 color plates
Cloth $49.94

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Clifford Ross
Through the Looking Glass
Clifford Ross
With an Essay by Paul Goldberger

With dialogue among Mack Scogin, Merrill Elam, Michael Mayer,
and Clifford Ross

In 2009, Clifford Ross was commissioned in collaboration with Franz Mayer of Munich to create a monumental public art project—a twenty-eight-foot stained glass wall opening into an event space—for the Federal Courthouse in Austin, Texas. This book documents its creation, with illustrations from all phases of its design and construction.

176 p., 108 color plates, 13 halftones
Cloth $49.95


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