This expanded and revised edition celebrates the work of Ghanaian artist El Anatsui by exploring the artist's life and the trajectory of his remarkable career.
A new exploration of Niki de Saint Phalle's colorful and compelling public structures, with archival materials and more
This volume brings newfound attention to Niki de Saint Phalle's (1930-2002) work in architecture and public sculpture, and the commercial products such as perfume and jewelry that she produced to fund these ambitious projects.
A stunning monograph and complete retrospective of the work of paper engineer and artist Matthew Shlian, covering a decade of unrivaled and unexpected creativity.
The woozy domesticity of Woody De Othello: sculpture as ordinary objects succumbing to gravity
Inside the world of La Machine's fantastical street theater, from mechanical bestiaries to urban spectacles
An exploration of the art and writing of Louise Bourgeois through the lens of her relationship with Freudian psychoanalysis
An exquisitely crafted, large format volume featuring new and previously unpublished artwork by legendary architect Thom Mayne, principal of Morphosis Architects.
The tale of a classical statue's journey from a Roman theater to the MFA Boston
Inspired by Robert McCloskey‘s beloved children’s book of the same name, the iconic bronze Make Way for Ducklings sculpture in Boston’s Public Garden has come to serve as something of a record of the recent decades of life in the city itself.
An affordable and accessible introduction to some of the most travel-worthy artworks around the world, including land art, site-specific art, and sculpture parks.
A retrospective catalogue of New York artist Josephine Meckseper's first survey exhibition in France.