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  • How to Write About Contemporary Art
    How to Write About Contemporary Art (English, Paperback) Gilda Williams

    Suitable for students, arts professionals and other aspiring writers, this book navigates readers through the key elements of style and content, from the aims and structure of a piece to its tone and language.

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  • ON&BY Andy Warhol
    ON&BY Andy Warhol (Paperback) Gilda Williams

    The third in the unique series of anthologies which aims to collect important key writings by and on the most significant artists in contemporary culture. The definitive resource of Warhol in his own words, and in the words of others.

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  • On&by Andy Warhol
    On&by Andy Warhol (English, Paperback) Gilda Williams

    The impact of Andy Warhol on contemporary culture is incalculable. Painter, sculptor, printmaker, filmmaker, publisher, TV personality, socialite, diarist, graphic artist, collector, curator, illustrator, rock impresario, photographer, model, and author, he was a pioneer in virtually every medium in which he worked. From blotted-line advertising illustrations for I. Miller shoes in 1950s, to...

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  • The Gothic
    The Gothic (English, Paperback) Gilda Williams

    The first comprehensive survey of the Gothic in current transatlantic visual culture. Contributors include Bret Easton Ellis, Mike Kelley, Julia Kristeva, Catherine Sullivan, Slavoj Zizek, among many others.

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  • The Art Book for Children
    The Art Book for Children (English, Hardback) Gilda Williams, Amanda Renshaw

    UK edition. A perfect introduction to art for children everywhere.

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  • The Gothic
    The Gothic (English, Paperback) Gilda Williams

    The first comprehensive survey of the Gothic in contemporary visual culture explores the work of artists ranging from Andy Warhol to Cindy Sherman to Matthew Barney, with texts by Julia Kristeva, Marina Warner, Jeff Wall, and many others.

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  • Fig-2
    Fig-2 (English, Hardback) Ustek Fatos

    Fig-2 brings together material from the eponymous arts programme staged at ICA Studio in 2015. Fig-2 staged 50 week-long residencies with contemporary artists, with the artists only announced the week before their exhibition. The book includes a series of interviews, curatorial texts and images of the work or performance in situ.

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  • Boris Mikhailov (German, Paperback) Gilda Williams Currently Unavailable More details
  • Strange Days
    Strange Days (Multiple languages, Paperback) Gilda Williams

    While sculpture dominated the British art scene in the eighties, photography and video have now assumed a leading role within a culture that is displaying a new creative energy and social awareness. London is the hub of a dynamic, innovative art movement that has become an international point of reference, particularly for the music business and, more recently, the film industry. The influence of...

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  • Alison Norlen
    Alison Norlen (English, Paperback) Troy Gronsdahl, Shauna McCabe

    Alison Norlen's intricate welded architectural installations reconstitute monumental, 20th-century sites of leisure, fantasy and cultural artifice, such as the Crystal Palace, Luna Park, Brighton Pier, and Las Vegas. This book offers an illustrated look at the unique work of contemporary artist Alison Norlen.

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  • See Sounds
    See Sounds (Paperback) Juan Fontanive, Gilda Williams Currently Unavailable More details
  • The Double, The
    The Double, The (English, Paperback) Gilda Williams Currently Unavailable More details