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African Art Now: 50 Pioneers Defining African Art for the Twenty-First Century

A beautiful volume and important addition to most libraries’ contemporary art collections.
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What Is African Art? A Short History

While generously illustrated to elucidate the text, this is no coffee table book for casual readers. It’s a deeply researched, important contribution to the study of art history, with relevance to disciplines beyond the study of African art.
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Mickalene Thomas

This is an important and accessible work and will be relished by followers of contemporary art.
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Dressing the Resistance: The Visual Language of Protest Through History

Accessible and non-scholarly in tone yet comprehensively sourced, this book will serve as a source of enlightenment and inspiration for a wide audience.
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No Compromise: The Work of Florence Knoll

Based on deep research in Knoll’s papers at the Smithsonian, the Cranbrook Institute, and the Knoll Associates Archives, this close look at Knoll’s career makes its case soundly.
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Mid-Century Modernism and the American Body: Race, Gender, and the Politics of Power in Design

With its scholarly style and specialized focus, this text is suitable for an academic audience. Wilson meticulously applies the critical method to the marketing of an influential and persistent style, making this book essential reading for students of sociology as well as design.
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Alice Neel: People Come First

Shedding new light and fresh perspectives on Neel’s work, this catalogue brings renewed relevance to the artist’s oeuvre and will be appreciated by scholars and general readers alike.
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We Are Here: Visionaries of Color Transforming the Art World

This is a timely topic presented in an accessible way, sure to be welcomed by art enthusiasts of all ages.

What Becomes a Legend Most: A Biography of Richard Avedon

With this engrossing biography, readers will come away with a greater appreciation of Avedon’s artistic strengths and achievements, as well as the complex man behind the camera.

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