Arts, Design & Photography

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“Gross and Daley’s photographs tell a story, a deeply important story . . .”

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It was probably a very good idea not to include the words “aura reading” in the title of this book, even though that is 100 percent what it is about.

“a deep intellectual probe into the importance and significance of photography as it morphed from a secondary tool of artists into photography’s acceptance as the art itsel

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Australian journalist Chloe Angyal’s Turning Pointe delves into the many troubling issues that have been pervasive in classical ballet companies in the US.

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United Arrows serves as a chronicle, a diary of sorts, about a revolution and the trajectory of a retailer and brand that have been in business for 30 years in Tokyo.

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“In these pages, ideas and creativity still matter, making this welcome book a cause for celebration.”

“Mona Kuhn: Works will secure her prominence as an artist who has a love for life and and the ability to manifest that love through beautiful photography.

”Many will judge that, despite all the emotional chaos, William Feaver has cornered a lion, and that Lucian Freud has earned his place in the pantheon of great post-war realist painters.

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Before the reader even opens Stones of Grand Bazaar: Meváris Jewellery from Istanbul, he or she will have a definite expectation regarding the subject matter.

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Dan Jones has meticulously researched and almost surgically documented Diana’s adult life (pre, during, and post marriage to Prince Charles) by offering the reader a “menu” of what she wore, when s

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Most savvy and informed fashion readers will be ecstatic with the content of The Perfect Imperfection of Golden Goose.

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“an engrossing portrait of the artist, his art, and his incorrigible personality.”

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In the beginning, the Bible tells us, God created man in his image.

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A Light in the Dark by veteran film scholar and critic David Thompson is not so much a comprehensive history of film directors—that would take a much larger volume than this—as it is a ser

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A vast majority of devoted and knowledgeable readers or fashion followers could easily say it was the best of the times, it was the worst of times!

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Documentary photographer Donna Ferrato has been photographing women for at least 50 years, but Holy, her latest book, might just be her most personal one since the award-winning Living

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Secrets are at the center of Derek DelGaudio’s memoir A Moral Man. There are the secrets he chooses to keep and the ones he decides to reveal.

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"Every photo is almost a fiction or a dream,” wrote Sylvia Plachy, the longtime photographer for the Village Voice. If it's really good, it's another form of life."

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Any movie goer, magazine reader, or fashion aficionado knows that fashion plays an essential and integral part of the storyline in any film.

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The unique aspects of Bill Cunningham Was There is that he can easily be considered in any or all of the categories that comprise the genre of photography: designer, muse, and per

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Aahh . . . the halcyon days of the ’70s when New York City and the world was planet disco.

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Hermione Lee’s biography of this celebrated playwright spans the six decades of his career.

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The reader of this exquisitely rendered monograph is in for quite a surprise.

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“Liz Heinecke has shined a light on two remarkable women whose work and friendship was a gift to each other and to the world.”

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Mike Nichols: A Life is an invaluable contribution to the history of American theatre and film since World War II as well as a colorful portrait of one of its most celebrated and

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