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It saddened us to know that the Norvegian popular performer Hariton Pushwagner passed away when he was seventy-seven years old. We were proud to be the first to release the final monography on his work in 2012. First Vintage Classic is a century issue of The Art of Aubrey Beardsley, released in 1918, while ABC:
It was a great joy and a great honour to work with her last year to create the final monography of her work. For more information click here. This year Gideon Rubin presents a special exhibition for the Freud Museum in London. BLACK BOOK", which will run until April 15, shows pictures that have been taken from pre-war periodicals in Germany.
The core piece is a 1939 first issue of Mein Kampf in English, which the painter has completely obscured. Please click here for more information on our monography. Please click here for further information on our monography released in April. Works by UK based painter Heather Phillipson and US based painter Michael Rakowitz were selected for the exhibition on the Fourth Pedestal.
We' re delighted that Michael Craig-Martin's On Being An Artistand Public Art (Now), published by Claire Doherty, has been nominated for the 2016 Art Book Award. First conferred in 1954, this prestigious award is given each year to the book "on the art or culture that deserves it most".
Please click here for our new book on the Fourth Pedestal. We' re proud to announce the release of our latest book, a wonderful book that tells the story of the artwork of the Fourth Pedestal on London's Trafalgar Square. For more information click here. We' re happy to know that Michael Craig-Martin was made a knight in honour of the queen.
Bettina von Zwehl's show at the Freud Museum, which opens on Friday, June 3, has been chosen as a selection of the group. Beettina von Zwehl's exhibition'Invitation to the Shadows' will open at the Freud Museum on June 3. We' re pleased that Clare Woods, whose monograph Strange Meetings will be published this months, has been short-listed with two other performers to present Wales at the Venice Biennale.
We' re pleased to announce the release of our latest track, Clare Woods: It is the first great monography on a artist whose work hovers between abstract and representative and expresses a romantic poeticism and an annoying psychological state. For more information click here. A large exposition of Jonathan Yeo's portrait work today opens the National Museum of History at Frederiksborg Castle in Denmark.
You can find more information about our monography here. We' re publishing a breathtaking new book on Woods' work next months. Click here for more information. As part of the ArtReview live program, the lecture will take place in the London headquarters at 1 Honduras Street EC1, followed by the book's signature.
To reserve your seat, click here. Rezensent called it a "beautifully written book..... a moving depiction of the passion for place and plants". For more information about the book, click here. In The Burlington Magazine, the respected magazine, Marina Vaizey critics describe Michael Craig-Martin's On Being An Künstler as "a captivating hybrids - partial memoirs, partial meditations on being an artiste and how to be one".
Michael Craig-Martin's On Being An Künstler has chosen The Telegraph as one of the best works of the year 2015. For the full story, click here and here for more information about the book. It was recently presented in the Independent, and you can see an exclusive feature in Black+White Photography journal interviews with the photojournalist.
Today The Independent has a collection of photos and texts by Harry Eyres from our new Want More by Alex Schneideman, which will be released on Monday. For more information click here. Craig-Martin will give an insight into the scourges and joys of contemporary artistic activity in a conversation about the individuals, concepts and experiences that have marked his work.
For more information about the conference, click here and here for our book. The idea behind this visually breathtaking and funny book is the work of the Dane painter Søren Dahlgaard, who makes absurd profiles of poeple with dough-clad skulls. Please click here for further information. Serpentine Gallery today announces that it will present an exhibit of Michael Craig-Martin this fall, the artist's first one-man show at a London gallery since 1989.
The show, which runs from 25 November to 14 February, gathers works from 1981 to 2015, among them his time-determining depictions of once-trusted, but outdated work. For more information click here. The A K Dolven is part of the exhibition'Art / Nature', which opens today at the Museum of Natural History Berlin.
For more information on our current book A K Dolven: He will speak about his own art and careers as an author and what it means to be an artiste today. Michael Craig-Martin will curate the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition 2015, which will open tonight with a spectacular pre-view ceremony at the RA's Burlington House on London's Piccadilly.
This breathtaking monography about the pioneering work of the pioneering Norvegian Pushwagner is available again for a while. The acclaimed NORWAY based painter A. K. Dolven opens her one-man exhibition'please return' at the Ikon Gallery in Birmingham this night. A fifty new works by acclaimed painter Michael Craig-Martin will open in the Himalayan Musuem in Shanghai this night, his first large Asian muuemust.
We' re pleased to publish Craig Martin's first book On Being An Künstler in April. In order to commemorate Mark Wallinger at Hauser & Wirth, the Galerie asked him to plan his stand at this year's Friedrich Art Fair in Regent's Park. Inspired by Sigmund Freud's Hampstead survey, "A Study in Red and Green" has created one of Wallinger's own maze for the London Underground.
Please click here to see the movie and our book about the artists. This is our latest release, Labyrinth: An Journey Through London's underground by Mark Wallinger, will be released today. This gorgeous book celebrates Wallinger's exceptional works of art in each of the 270 subway stops and shows impressive photos of all the local mazes, with literally a hundred facts about the city and its subterranean world.
Please click here to see a selection of pages from the book and to learn more about the exclusive version. It is described by him as a "contemporary.... nicely written book that bears witness to a gift that is still astonishing. Click here to learn more about the book. Before the release of Under the Influence, Suggs channeled the ghost of John Deakin into the French house today as he drew the first pinte of the pub's anniversary beer day janitor.
IOL' s book reviews call it'more than a biography' and'highly recommended reading for people interested in art'. Please click here for a download and here for book detail. For more information click here. The Foundling Museum and'Photography and Motherhood' in The Photographers' Gallery and The Foundling Museum four star in its reviews, Time Out London has chosen the exhibition as one of the ten best photo exhibitions in the city.
For the complete listing and book detail click here. Please click here to view the reviews and here to learn more about the book. Tretchikoff's famous picture Miss Wong was oversold in Cape Town this evening for R3.5 million (£215,000), six month after the 1 million London Green Lady was oversold.
BBC2 will meet The Culture Show Jonathan Yeo at 10pm this evening as he gets ready for his show at the National Portrait Gallery and the release of our book The Many Faces of Jonathan Yeo. Prior to the show, Yeo lets camera into his workshop and shows the challenge and joy of the art of drawing and the dynamics that develop between artists and sitters.
The Roundel's art book fair in London this week-end is almost completely outdated. The London Art Book Fair, organised by the Whitechapel Gallery in collaboration with Marcus Campbell Art Books, opens tonight. Please click here for a download and here for more information about the book.
We' re happy to be present at this year's London Art Book Faire at the Whitechapel Gallery. It will take place from 13 to 15 September. It will open in London on 10 October. For more information about the book, click here. For more information about the book, click here. We' re pleased to announce that Distributed Art Publishers Inc. is now our distribution partner in Canada and the USA.
The DAP Inc. is the world's biggest art book and catalogue retailer and sole agent for major art and photo book publishers in this area. For more information about the book, click here, along with pictures and detail of the artist's work.
The London Underground opened its gates to the general public 150 years ago today. This exhibition ends in February at the Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen in Rotterdam. For more information on the Art / Books monography, click here. In the Guardian today, Skye Sherwin introduces the contemporary work of the contemporary work. Click here to view the story about the artists and here for a movie of Soft City.
Art / Books' start with our first book can be seen on the website of the prestigious Italien economic paper Il Sole 24 Ore. Please click here to view the full story. When our first book is published, the weekly printed and on-line issues of today's The Bookseller, the world' s premier specialist journal for the publishers' sector, will include a report on the introduction of art/books.
Please click here to view the full story. We' re pleased to announce the release of our first game. The exhibition presents the work of pioneering Israeli painter Hariton Pushwagner and visits the Haugar Vestfold Art Museum in Tønsberg, Norway, and the Boijmans Van Beuningen Museum in Rotterdam.