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modern and contemporary art picasso encounters printmaking and collaboration jay a clarke and marilyn mccully this publication explores picasso’s collaboration with the printers publishers and muses who inspired and influenced his printmaking calling into questions the notion of the artist as an isolated genius distributed for the clark art institute pb-flexibound 2017 136 pp 66 color illus 978-0-300-22927-1 $25.00 mary corse kim conaty a pioneering and richly illustrated retrospective that covers all five decades of mary corse’s career focusing on her role as influential figure in california’s largely male-dominated light and space movement distributed for the whitney museum of american art hardcover 2018 154 pp 80 color 15 b/w illus 978-0-300-23497-8 $50.00 gluck art and identity edited by amy de la haye and martin pel obsession nudes by klimt schiele and picasso from the scofield thayer collection sabine rewald and james dempsey evocative and often erotic

modern and contemporary art owens laura scott rothkopf with contributions by laura owens “brims with archival material a kind of biography in the raw.”— roberta smith new york times this expansive overview of laura owens’s career offers unique insights into the influences and sources behind the pioneering and unconventional work of one of today’s most influential artists distributed for the whitney museum of american art paper 2018 664 pp 1000 color b/w illus 978-0-300-23812-9 $45.00 pollock’s modernism michael schreyach offering a provocative counter-argument to dominant accounts of jackson pollock’s work this study advances bold claims about the modes of pictorial address and structures of beholding instituted by his major paintings hardcover 2017 344 pp 45 color illus 978-0-300-22326-2 $45.00 american modernism mel bochner voices moscow vanguard art featuring over thirty previously unpublished new paintings and an essay by poet

european art drawn in colour degas from the burrell collection vivien hamilton with julien domercq and harriet k stratis and contributions by sarah herring and christopher riopelle a handsome publication that celebrates the creative genius of degas featuring his extraordinary pastel and oil paintings from the burrell collection published by national gallery company/distributed by yale university press hc paper over board 2017 112 pp 70 color illus 978-1-85709-625-5 $20.00 michel sittow estonian painter at the courts of renaissance europe john oliver hand and greta koppel with till-holger borchert anu mänd ariane van suchtelen and matthias weniger this enlightening book explores the life and work of a little-known immensely talented early renaissance painter from estonia published in association with the national gallery of art washington hardcover 2018 144 pp 90 color b/w illus 978-0-300-23286-8 $50.00 picturing war in france 1792–1856 the enchanted world of german

american and latin american art hélène valance nocturne night in american art 1890–1917 grant wood thomas cole’s journey nocturne barbara haskell elizabeth mankin kornhauser and tim barringer hélène valance this comprehensive reevaluation of grant wood’s career contextualizes his work for the first time within the broader framework of 20th-century art a fresh look at the father of the hudson river school placing his greatest achievements as the triumphant result of the artist’s engagement with european art the turn-of-the-century vogue for night landscapes is examined through the technological social and political changes that affected the era in this absorbing and original study distributed for the whitney museum of american art hardcover 2018 272 pp 180 color 30 b/w illus 978-0-300-23284-4 $65.00 published by the metropolitan museum of art/distributed by yale university press hardcover 2018 288 pp 250 color illus 978-1-58839-640-2 $65.00

ancient and middle eastern art palmyra the horse in ancient greek art edited by joan aruz with essays by seán hemingway carol mattusch john oakley seth d pevnick and peter schertz mirage in the desert this book features current research on the art and archaeology of the ancient city of palmyra both before and after its recent destruction by isis published by the metropolitan museum of art/distributed by yale university press paper 2018 160 pp 150 color b/w illus 978-1-58839-631-0 $35.00 by the pen and what they write writing in islamic art and culture edited sheila blair and jonathan bloom an engaging volume of essays that explores the central role that calligraphy and the written word have played in the history of islamic art the biennial hamad bin khalifa symposium on islamic art distributed for the qatar foundation virginia commonwealth university and virginia commonwealth university school of the arts in qatar hardcover 2017 318 pp 235 color 35 b/w illus 978-0-300-22824-3

decorative arts and design things of beauty growing a day at home in early modern england fashion in steel material culture and domestic life 1500–1700 the landsknecht armour of wilhelm von rogendorf edited by glenn adamson martina droth and simon olding tara hamling and catherine richardson stefan krause british studio pottery this innovative history of the british studio pottery movement traces the evolution of archetypal forms and makers’ relationships by focusing on vessels made since the early 20th century published in association with the yale center for british art and the fitzwilliam museum cambridge hardcover 2017 472 pp 316 color illus 978-0-300-22746-8 $65.00 georg jensen scandinavian design for living edited by alison fisher with essays by alison fisher maggie taft and thomas c thulstrup a comprehensive look at georg jensen silver that explores the firm’s enduring impact on modern domestic taste worldwide distributed for the art institute of chicago

architecture landscape and urban studies minoru yamasaki humanist architecture for a modernist world dale allen gyure dale allen gyure traces the full career of midcentury american architect minoru yamasaki providing new insight into his unique style and his unfortunate fall from stardom in the later 20th century hardcover 2017 296 pp 70 color 119 b/w illus 978-0-300-21709-4 $65.00 as seen exhibitions that made architecture and design history edited by zoë ryan “an essential primer on seminal design exhibitions and a touchstone for the future of architecture shows.”—metropolis magazine distributed for the art institute of chicago pb-with flaps 2017 144 pp 128 color 96 b/w illus 978-0-300-22862-5 $35.00 montage and the metropolis architecture modernity and the representation of space martino stierli beautifully illustrated with wide-ranging examples this interdisciplinary book looks at montage from many angles including architecture art photography and film

general photography unpacking my library art can help clarence h white and his world edited by jo steffens and matthias neumann “an invigorating response to a waxing cultural despair over the state of the world quietly powerful graceful captivating [and important.”—karen jenkins photo-eye blog anne mccauley distributed for the yale university art gallery hardcover 2017 92 pp 35 color illus 978-0-300-22924-0 $25.00 this beautiful publication reasserts the importance of innovative art photographer and teacher clarence h white who was a peer of alfred stieglitz and fellow founding member of the photo-secession artists and their books “this beautiful and riveting volume illuminates the interior lives and minds of ten great artists full of delicious surprises it’s an experience to treasure.”—claire messud author of the emperor’s children hc paper over board 2017 184 pp 270 color illus 978-0-300-21698-1 $20.00 like life sculpture

american art in translation book prize yale university press and the terra foundation for american art are pleased to announce the second american art in translation book prize an award for a book-length publication by a non-u.s author that will contribute to scholarship on historical american art single-author book-length academic manuscripts in the field of american art history are eligible the manuscript also must be previously unpublished and under contract for publication or published within the previous five calendar years the winner will receive a $5,000 cash prize and the manuscript will be published in english by yale university press with support from the terra foundation for american art upon the book’s publication the press will invite the author to present a lecture at yale university for more information on the prize and the process for submitting applications please visit yalebooks.com/terratranslationprize winner of the inaugural american art in translation book

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p.o box 209040 new haven ct 06520-9040 front cover image mark bradford pickett’s charge the thunderous cannonade detail 2016–17 mixed media on canvas 11 ft 7 in x 50 ft 3.5 x 1.5 m collection of the artist courtesy hauser wirth © mark bradford photo joshua