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The Paper Dolls of Zelda Fitzgerald

A fascinating glimpse beyond the surface of a person whose personal life has been thoroughly examined. It is incredible to see yet another facet of Zelda Fitzgerald’s infinite creativity and artistry.

Duke Riley: Tides and Transgressions

A handsome addition to any fine art collection. It’s imaginative work with substantive themes of ecological advocacy and maritime history, all executed with a fine hand and a piratical sense of humor.

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.

The Artist in the Counterculture: Bruce Conner to Mike Kelley and Other Tales from the Edge

An account of unprecedented depth about a time quickly fading from memory, for aficionados of the avant-grade.

The Story of Architecture

An engaging and readable account of the history of the western architectural canon.

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.

The Architecture of Suspense: The Built World in the Films of Alfred Hitchcock

A truly engaging study that should appeal to fans of both Hitchcock and architecture.

Wild: The Life of Peter Beard: Photographer, Adventurer, Lover

Beard’s lifetime of excess and negligence toward the maintenance of his body of work complicates his artistic legacy, which is made clear in this biography. Still, many readers will be intrigued.

Women’s Work: From Feminine Arts to Feminist Art

This work will appeal to those interested in feminist, modern, and contemporary art, especially in the media noted above.
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