Publications

2011

Social Forces Visualized Photography and Scientific Charity, 1900–1920

Huffa Frobes-Cross, Drew Sawyer

Through essays, plates, and reproductions, the accompanying catalogue presents the range of photographs and other materials in the CSS records. In the foreword, Maren Stange revisits her foundational ...

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2011

Common Love, Aesthetics of Becoming Columbia University MFA Alumni

Kaira M. Cabañas

The essays in Common Love, Aesthetics of Becoming take up the question of "love" in various ways. The point of departure is Michael Hardt and Antonio Negri's discussion of love in  ...

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2010

Edward Koren, The Capricious Line

David Rosand, Diana Fane, Edward Koren

Edward Koren is best known for his cartoons and covers for The New Yorker magazine. This book explores the full range of the art he has produced during the past five decades: original ...

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2010

Edward Koren, The Capricious Line

David Rosand, Diana Fane, Edward Koren

Edward Koren is best known for his cartoons and covers for The New Yorker magazine. This book explores the full range of the art he has produced during the past five decades: original ...

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2010

Edward Koren, The Capricious Line

David Rosand, Diana Fane, Edward Koren

Edward Koren is best known for his cartoons and covers for The New Yorker magazine. This book explores the full range of the art he has produced during the past five decades: original ...

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2010

Pictures for Books, Photographs by Thomas Roma

Susan Kismaric

Like so many of the best photographers, Thomas Roma has a flair for thinking in book form. His first book, the limited-edition and handbound volume Brooklyn Gardens (1980), affirmed this flair ...

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2009

Modernism and Iraq

Zainab Bahrani, Nada M. Shabout

In the mid twentieth century, artists in the newly independent nation of Iraq experimented with a form of Modernism that they saw as a new and revolutionary artistic idiom for a secular national ...

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2009

Modernism and Iraq

Zainab Bahrani, Nada M. Shabout

In the mid twentieth century, artists in the newly independent nation of Iraq experimented with a form of Modernism that they saw as a new and revolutionary artistic idiom for a secular national ...

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2009

The New Acropolis Museum

Ioannis Mylonopoulos, Angelos Chaniotis

This publication is largely dedicated to the history, the architectural design and the exhibits of the new Acropolis Museum in Athens, which opened its doors to the public in 2009. It is designed by ...

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