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What is the first thing to learn in art school? "Art can be anything." The second thing? "Learn to draw."
This chronologically arranged volume covers a century and a half of masterpieces which beautifully capture the development of art in the modern age.
This beautifully produced, richly detailed and comprehensive survey of fifty influential women artists from the Renaissance to the Post-Modern era details their vast contributions to the art world.
A collection of one thousand years of botanical art displayed in the Ashmolean's leading exhibition, which provides an opportunity to compare illustrations by contemporary artists alongside botanical art of the past.
What is human freedom, and what are its main threats today?
Loneliness is a difficult subject to address, because it has such negative connotations.
In Niemann's hands everyday experiences such as trying to get a good night's sleep, or dealing with appliance cables were transformed into delightful flights of visual fancy.
Albrecht Durer's prints and drawings have inspired hundreds of artists, both during his life and after his death. Y
Now available in a new edition, this gorgeous volume surveys the entire breadth of Alphonse Mucha’s work—from illustration and decorative arts to his photography and the historical paintings that were his life’s passion.
The great voyages of discovery of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries brought European artists face-toface with new and exotic plants and animals, and created an intense interest in the way nature was investigated and recorded. In Amazing Rare Things,
No other introductory book presents the diversity and complexity of postwar American art from Abstract Expressionism to the present as clearly and succinctly as this groundbreaking survey.
Count Basie, Tchaikovsky, Aretha Franklin, Lou Reed, Diana Ross, John Lennon and the Rolling Stones all had their music promoted by Andy Warhol's record covers.
The first-ever comprehensive history of animation surveys the evolution of this dynamic industry around the world – from Hollywood to Tokyo, from Moscow to Sydney.
Born in Germany in 1945, Anselm Kiefer is one of the most important artists of his generation. His works wrestle with the darkness of German history, unearthing the taboos that underlie the collective past and interweaving them with Teutonic myths, cosmol
Antonio Marras: this volume presents a series of new and previously seen installations and hundreds of drawings, sketches, and snippets. The monograph also includes contributions by poets, musicians, writers, artists, intellectuals, and journalists.
Apitchapong Weerasethakul Sourcebook moves between scientific documents and personal documentary, interviews and epistolary dialogue, the cinematic and the poetic.
The book features hundreds of powerful and spectacular art works, all created by an artist specifically for their location –whether indoors, outdoors, desert, in the mountains or in the middle of a city.
This is the third of three text books, published in association with the Open University, which offer an innovatory exploration of art and visual culture.
Art + Science Now: How scientific research and technological innovation are becoming key to 21st-century aesthetics
Art + Science Now is a groundbreaking overview of the art being made at the cutting edge of scientific research. The first illustrated book in its field, it shows how some of the world’s most dynamic art is being produced not in museums, galleries and stu
Much acclaimed and highly controversial, Michael Fried's art criticism defines the contours of late modernism in the visual arts.
A highly illustrated, accessible guide to political art in the twenty-first century, including some of the most daring and ambitious artworks of recent times.
Gerald Raunig has written an alternative art history of the "long twentieth century," from the Paris Commune of 1871 to the turbulent counter-globalization protests in Genoa in 2001.
Since its publication fifty years ago, this work has established itself as a classic. It casts the visual process in psychological terms and describes the creative way one's eye organizes visual material according to specific psychological premises.
Art Deco was one of the most captivating and popular artistic movements of the 20th century, and its iconic blend of luxury and simplicity still possesses the power to bewitch.
Multitude of strangely beautiful natural forms: Radiolaria, Foraminifera, Ciliata, diatoms, calcareous sponges, Siphonophora, star corals, starfishes, Protozoa, flagellates, brown seaweed, jellyfishes, sea-lilies, moss animals, sea-urchins and much more.
The geometric shapes and natural forms, captured with exceptional precision in Ernst Haeckel's prints, still influence artists and designers to this day.
Beginning with the most recent artistic developments of the twenty-first century and tracing the thread of art history back in time, Art in Time offers a new perspective on the styles and movements of art.
The Art Nouveau movement became an international phenomenon at the beginning of the twentieth century that ushered in the era of modernity in almost every aspect of cultural life.
The term "art" has been defined and redefined so many times over the last 100 years that it has gained entirely new social, political, and technological meanings. The book traces all the changes that took place on the art scene in the 20th century.
The last explosive change in art education came nearly a century ago, when the German Bauhaus was formed.
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