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Picasso the Foreigner: An Artist in France, 1900–1973

This hydra of a book, one head assessing Picasso’s art, the other looking at how he negotiated his position in France in politically tense times, is strongly recommended to all Picasso enthusiasts.
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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.
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Spatial Orders, Social Forms: Art and the City in Modern Brazil

Architectural history scholars and advanced students of Latin America will benefit from this work, but the exhibition catalogues Condemned To Be Modern and Access for All: São Paulo’s Architectural Infrastructures will serve most readers better.
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Walking Broadway: Thirteen Miles of Architecture and History

For all architectural history students and urban designers, who might read Hilary Ballon’s complementary The Greatest Grid: The Master Plan of Manhattan, 1911–2011 alongside the guidebook.
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Museum Quality: Exploring Art Quilts with SAQA

Quilters contemplating the leap from practical quilting to art quilting would find this book of interest. Recommended for libraries with strong fine arts, quilting, and general craft collections.
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BLK ART: The Audacious Legacy of Black Artists and Models in Western Art

This is a welcome new voice to the generally staid conventions of art history. A lively, engaging examination of a serious and under-addressed topic.
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Fashion Reimagined: Themes and Variations, 1700–Now

A must for collections supporting fashion, design, theater, or costuming. The insightful, well-researched annotations highlight the historical and cultural context of each garment, including the associated fashion trend, global textile history, designer, and garment construction. The photography, with close-up insets of unique patterns and decoration, is well done.
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Another Country: British Documentary Photography Since 1945

Those interested in documentary photo trends encompassing the UK and beyond will value this title.
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Film Noir Portraits

Fans of the genre will delight, as will photographers and graphic designers who value the style of the era.
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