The official art book for the animated movie The Addams Family.
A signed, leatherbound two-volume edition of the drawings for Damien Hirst's ambitious project in Venice
Plating--the art of presenting food on the plate--is brought to life for amateurs and pros alike, with spectacular photography and how-to's for creating a visual feast with exquisitely arranged dishes. Delicious food lives through presentation as much as taste, and creatively displaying food on a plate can turn a great dish into an artwork.
This volume chronicles two parallel 2019 exhibitions devoted to the acclaimed German installation artist Rebecca Horn (born 1944). Theatre of Metamorphoses at the Centre Pompidou-Metz emphasizes the role of film within Horn's work, while Body Fantasies at the Museum Tinguely in Basel combines early performative works and later kinetic sculpture.
Discover the alt worlds of The Man in the High Castle in this exclusive collection of art. Packed with concept art, final designs, and artist commentary plus previously unseen storyboards.
Among LeWitt's great contributions to art was the invention of his own economic model
Technical drawings of all the major ships and vehicles from the Alien movies, presented in incredible detail. Includes iconic spacecraft like the Nostromo, the Sulaco and the Covenant.
Images of Buddhist icons that fit the palm of your hand with soothing words that bring acceptance and relieve suffering.
Alejandro Cesarco: Song, published on the occasion of the exhibition of the same name at the Renaissance Society, brings together both new commissions and existing works. In the exhibition, Cesarco creates rhythm by incorporating silences and withholdings. The works form an installation drawing on the poetics of duration, refusal, repetition, and affective forms.$16.00ISBN: 9781732098664Availability: Usually Ships in 1-5 DaysPublished: Primary Information/Printed Matter - September 17th, 2019
Originally published in 1977, Four Basic Kinds of Lines & Colour is a classic artist's book by preeminent conceptual artist Sol LeWitt (1928-2007). Featuring 34 pages of drawings, the work is an early example of LeWitt's rigorous, algorithmic process in which a set of rules, applied to generate an image, are subsequently run through all of their permutations.