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Hot, Cold, Heavy, Light, 100 Art Writings 1988–2018

A compendium of piquant art prose from a happy, hungry omnivore, and great for aesthetes of all kinds.

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In Montparnasse: The Emergence of Surrealism in Paris, from Duchamp to Dalí

Of the many books published on surrealism, Roe’s has a breadth of coverage and vivacity of observation that make it special. Art lovers will find much to appreciate and ponder, and Francophiles will enjoy this distinctive “tour.”
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Vitamin T: Threads and Textiles in Contemporary Art

This is a must-read for anyone interested in contemporary art or textiles and beautiful documentation for those familiar with the artists. It’s also an excellent introduction to the diversity of the fiber art medium. The textured cover, however, while in keeping with the theme, could be a concern for libraries.

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The American Pre-Raphaelites: Radical Realists

An informative, gorgeously illustrated history of a lesser-known art movement. Best suited for libraries that have strong art history collections.

Framing Devices: Photography Titles Merge Fact with Fiction, Reality and Illusion

Van Gogh's Life & Works | Fine Arts, June 2019

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The World Exists To Be Put on a Postcard: Artists’ Postcards from 1960 to Now

A solid addition to any library’s contemporary art collection. The combination of engaging images and detailed art history will hold value for students, professionals, or casual readers.

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Mexico, Masks & Rituals

Students of ethnography, dance, and even costume design or fashion will value this title. The intensely colorful images, aided by the attractive graphic design, will captivate photography enthusiasts.

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Double Take: The World’s Most Iconic Photographs Meticulously Re-created in Miniature

A delightful take on photography history and process.New York.

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