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Tim Marlow, John L. Tancock
Royal Academy of Arts, 2016
Published to coincide with the major exhibition at the Royal Academy - the first UK showing of Ai WeiWei's work on such a scale. Ai has taken a keen interest in the publication, not only designing pages but also creating a new artwork that is reproduced on the cover.
AI WEIWEI: NEW YORK 1983-1993
Fully Illustrated, black & white
Showcases black and white photographs taken by Chinese artist Ai Weiwei early in his career when he was living in New York.
ANRI SALA: ANSWER ME
Margot Norton & Massimiliano
114 colour illustrations
A monograph on the acclaimed French-Albanian artist Anri Sala, whose multichannel installations explore the perception of sound and images in relation to architectural spaces.
ART FROM MILINGIMBI
Art Gallery of New South Wales, 2016
There are particular moments in the history of art when exceptional things happen. Such a moment occurred in the 1950s in Milingimbi, the small island community in Arnhem Land in far northern Australia.
ART OF BURNING MAN
Full colour images
"You voluntarily assume the risk of serious injury or death by attending."
ATLAS OF EMOTION: JOURNEYS IN ART, ARCHITECTURE, AND FILM
120 colour & b+w illustrations
This scholarly title has one numerous international awards.
BERND RIBBECK. RADIANCE AND ECSTASY
René Zechline, Sabine Schaschl, Bernd Ribbeck (eds)
120 colour illustrations
Bernd Ribbeck (born 1974 in Cologne, lives and works in Berlin) is one of the most promising artists of contemporary abstraction and is often assigned to "New Constructivism".
BRETT WHITELEY: DRAWINGS
The Beagle Press, 2014
Brett Whiteley drawings includes 180 of his most important drawings, from early views made as a student to the last series of works made in Paris in 1989, before his untimely death.