Everyone Loves Paris Edited by Leslie Jonath to be published by teNeues in Spring 2015

Everyone Loves Paris Edited by Leslie Jonath to be published by teNeues in Spring 2015

There are as many reasons to love Paris as there are people who love it. Everyone Loves Paris includes tributes from over 50 illustrators from around the world. From grand landmarks-such as the Eiffel Tower, Sacré-Coeur Basilica, and the Louvre Pyramid-to the small pleasures of daily life, each image expresses the joys of this marvelous […]

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Portraits Martin Schoeller published by teNeues October 2014

Portraits Martin Schoeller published by teNeues October 2014

Building on the success of his previous titles, Close Up and Identical, Martin Schoeller’s Portraits is cause for celebration. The illustrious photographer’s full range of expression is on display in this unprecedented gathering of editorial images. With an impressive amount of variety and scale, Schoeller shares his signature compositional imagination alongside the wry wit that […]

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The Light Between Us Vincent Peters published by teNeues fall 2014

The Light Between Us Vincent Peters published by teNeues fall 2014

How can a photographer of internationally known stars create iconic portraits that linger in the memory-especially since these actors have already been photographed and filmed millions of times? Vincent Peters-who has been working since 1995 for magazines such as Vogue and GQ and fashion brands including Dior, Louis Vuitton, and Yves Saint Laurent-relies entirely on […]

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New York Snapshots – Carter Berg

New York Snapshots – Carter Berg

Experience New York from the perspective of a true insider. With an array of personal vistas and original viewpoints, fashion photographer and New York native Carter Berg shares a diverse range of vignettes of this bustling metropolis. Readers get a chance to revel in the city’s dynamic allure as well as savor its subtler, more […]

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North Korea Anonymous Country Photographs by Julia Leeb

North Korea Anonymous Country Photographs by Julia Leeb

“How long can an entire country live in an isolated time capsule, in a parallel universe? These photographs open a window into a society that we cannot begin to imagine. They are like a conversation between the North Korean people and ourselves.” Julia Leeb North Korea certainly wouldn’t come first on a general list of […]

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frieze issue 164 published

frieze issue 164 published

Tom Morton visits award-winning artist Omer Fast on the set of his first feature film—an adaptation of Tom McCarthy’s novel Remainder. ‘McCarthy and I spent a weekend staring at the wall together, before creating a diagram of the book that looked like a Mark Lombardi painting. I folded this up, put it in my suitcase, […]

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frieze d/e issue 15 published

frieze d/e issue 15 published

Global Village: Has Zurich developed a schizoid identity, caught between globalization and provincialism? Writer Daniel Binswanger and novelist Sibylle Berg share their cultural experiences of Switzerland and its most important economic centre. Chain-Smoking Clotho: Four decades of Hanne Darboven’s art and personal artefacts have been exhibited together for the first time. Jan Verwoert asks, does […]

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The Exhibitionist Journal on Exhibition Making

The Exhibitionist Journal on Exhibition Making

Issue 9 introduces a new long-form section titled “Rigorous Research”; for this first installment, Italian curator and writer Germano Celant addresses the evolution of exhibition spaces in the 19th and 20th centuries, and certain seminal exhibitions that established new standards by reacting to the existing models of design and display. For “Curators’ Favorites,” Hendrik Folkerts […]

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Cabinet magazine issue 52 published

Cabinet magazine issue 52 published

Put your hands together for: – D. Graham Burnett on the complicated genealogy of confetti – Jeffrey Kastner in conversation with Nicola Humble on the festive history of cake – George Pendle on stamps issued by countries to celebrate the achievements of other countries – Christopher Turner in conversation with Ian Hodder on the Neolithic […]

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