LIBERTY THEATER

LIBERTY THEATER

Liberty Theater by Rosalind Fox Solomon brings together her photographs made in the Southern United States from the 1970s to 1990s, never before published together as a group. Solomon’s images depict a complex terrain of social and emotional issues inherited over generations: a world of class and gender divisions, implied and overt racism, competing notions of liberty, and lurking violence.
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THE POLISH RIDER

THE POLISH RIDER

In the winter of 2015, Ben Lerner wrote a short story, The Polish Rider, incorporating fictionalized elements of the life and work of the artist, Anna Ostoya, who had recently lost two of her canvases in the back of an Uber. As the narrator of the story helps the artist search for the missing canvases, he fantasizes about “recuperating the lost paintings through prose,” about how the verbal might take the place of the visual. After the story was published in The New Yorker, Ostoya painted the painting Lerner had invented based on her earlier work, transforming the fiction without changing any of the words. Ostoya went on to produce a series of compositions that respond to the story she’d helped inspire.
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THE LAND IN BETWEEN - ENGLISH EDITION

THE LAND IN BETWEEN - ENGLISH EDITION

WINNER 2018 Aperture/Paris Photo, Photography Catalogue of the Year
Ursula Schulz-Dornburg’s The Land in Between presents the complex bond between landscape and human civilization, exploring the construction of power though the built environment and its inevitable impermanence. By looking back at areas of past historical or political importance her images highlight how conflict, destruction, time and decay transforms the landscape. Many of Schulz-Dornburg’s projects derive from a relatively confined geographic location, encompassing ancient civilizations alongside areas of modern strategic importance.
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WHERE'S BANKSY?: BANKSY'S GREATEST WORKS IN CONTEXT

WHERE'S BANKSY?: BANKSY'S GREATEST WORKS IN CONTEXT

Where's Banksy? fully captures the drama of this illustrious artist's exploits on the world stage with clever chronologically-arranged maps. The only survey that looks at Banksy's entire street art career, from his earliest works in 2002 through Dismaland and to the present, the book details his most significant works one piece at a time, with photos and in-depth analysis of the history of each work as well as its often-deeper meaning. A modern day Robin Hood, Banksy's public persona has grown to mythic proportions, making his actual identity irrelevant. And yet, he can be found in his art work that is recognizable and accessible stylized social commentary for the masses.
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NEW SCANDINAVIAN GRAPHIC DESIGN

NEW SCANDINAVIAN GRAPHIC DESIGN

Known for its simplicity, minimalism, and functionality, Scandinavian graphic design has influenced the rest of the world for more than half a century. New Scandinavian Graphic Design provides top-notch examples of how the five Nordic countries - Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Finland and Iceland - continue to be industry leaders in branding, packaging, editorial and web design.
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DESPERATELY SEEKING BANKSY

DESPERATELY SEEKING BANKSY

Explore the geography of genius in Desperately Seeking B**ksy, a pocket-sized, smaller sibling of Where's B**ksy that illuminates the interaction between artist and space.Where its predecessor featured in-depth analysis of each piece displayed, Desperately Seeking B**ksy offers accessibility and brevity for the more casual fan. The maps are streamlined, and analysis has been replaced by individual quotes that offer insight into the inspiration behind each piece. The art-work selection is up-to-the-minute, featuring 2017’s Bridge Farm Primary School and The Walled Off Hotel.
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