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Postures: Body Language in Art

Edifying and full of appreciation, analysis, and insight into human gestures as art. Of interest to art students, scholars, and historians, as well as engaged general readers.
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Gauguin: Portraits

Written in a straightforward style, this book is not only a fine complement to the exhibition for visitors, but also for art historians, art history students, and engaged general readers.

Paris, Capital of Fashion

This excellent book, with its many wonderful color illustrations, is recommended for fashion lovers and those interested in the cultural history of fashion.
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The Gauguin Atlas

Both readable and well illustrated, this is for all who delight in biographies, whether art history buffs or general readers.
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Frida in America: The Creative Awakening of a Great Artist

For Kahlo fans, not scholars. Devotees may wrestle with the author’s in-depth analysis while appreciating its informal voice. Though there are some updated facts provided since Herrera’s biography, the latter is more scholarly and better organized. Readers here can expect a more casual if not meandering narrative of Kahlo’s own adventurous sojourn to “Gringolandia” and back.

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Islamic Art: Past, Present, Future

For casual observers analyzing these works against other religious denominations and their related art, this comprehensive analysis of a modern take on Islamic art will be an appreciated resource. It is also well suited to art scholars and enthusiasts.
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Great Women Artists

Shedding light on many influential female artists, some of whom have been overlooked in other art literature, this beautiful book is an excellent choice for those interested in expanding their knowledge and discovering “overlooked and undervalued” women in the art world.
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Among Others: Blackness at MoMA

Fans, students, and scholars of art, art history, museum studies, and black studies will learn something new from this important text.Höfer, Candida
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Revolution in Black and White: Photographs of the Civil Rights Era

A visual documentary and an insider’s perspective of the civil rights movement, and a timely glimpse into the modern history of racial injustice in America.
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