Daryl Grabarek

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Dorothea Lange: Seeing People

A focused look at Lange’s extraordinary, nearly 50-year career through the lens of her portraiture. Recommended for art and large libraries and local collections.

In the Eye of the Storm: Modernism in Ukraine, 1900–1930s

An introduction to an influential period and a diverse group of artists whose works continue to be uncovered, and whose history reverberates today.

White: The History of a Color

Thorough research and abundant illustrations characterize this sixth and final volume in Pastoureau’s scholarly series primarily of interest to art and academic libraries.

Great Women Painters

A richly rewarding overview capturing the range, depth, and accomplishments of women painters, many of whom continue to be overlooked and undervalued.

Matisse: The Red Studio

A fascinating, well-documented study of Matisse’s artistic vision, and its introduction to popular audiences, via an iconic painting.

Artisan Design: Collectible Furniture in the Digital Age

A comprehensive overview, unlikely to be supplanted anytime soon.

Cubism in Color: The Still Lifes of Juan Gris

For libraries in cities that hosted the show (Dallas; now in Baltimore until Jan. 2022) and large collections seeking a comprehensive work on an often-overlooked artist.

Sneakers Unboxed: Studio to Street; Conversations on Sneaker Design

A fascinating look at a product and industry that has profoundly impacted, and been impacted by, sports performance, technology, culture, and style.

Art in the Streets

While there’s no dearth of books on the subject, this profusely illustrated examination of the most influential art movement of the past 40-plus years is impressive.

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