Октябрь - Ноябрь 2016 / October - November 2016
1426. Хоффман, Том.
Как понять акварель: руководство для тех, кто хочет стать мастером.
В книге «Как понять акварель» известный художник и опытный преподаватель Том Хоффманн раскрывает тайны акварельной живописи. Автор делится профессиональными хитростями, подробно освещая взаимосвязь между цветом, тоном, влажностью и композицией. Это пособие поможет и новичкам, и опытным художникам усовершенствовать свою технику и найти баланс между осторожностью и риском. Ведь именно это – самые важные навыки акварелиста и признак мастерства. На русском языке публикуется впервые.
1427. Джанда, Майкл
Сожги своё портфолио! То, чему не учат в дизайнерских школах.
1428. Трейси, Брайан
Выйди из зоны комфорта. Измени свою жизнь : 21 метод повышения личной эфективности.
1429. Spicer, Jake
Draw faces in 15 minutes: amaze your friends with your portrait skills
1430. Флорида, Ричард
Кто твой город? Креативная экономика и выбор места жительства.
1431. Маккуайр, Скотт
Медийный город: медиа, архитектура и городское пространство.
1432. Бартенев, С.П.
Московский кремль в старину и теперь. В 2-х томах.
1433. Herbert, Mandy
Architecton: Arcitecture as ecology of culture.
1434. Айдаров, Равиль
Казанский дервянный дом ХIX – начала ХХ века в акварели и графике.
1435. Барр, Патрисия
Энциклопедия «Звёздные войны»
1436. Туркин, В.К.
Драматургия кино: Очерки по теории и практике киносценария.
1437. Купер, Алан
Психбольница в руках пациентов. Алан Купер об интерфейсах: почему высокие технологии сводят нас с ума и как восстановить душевное равновесие.
1438. Franchi, Francesco
Designing news: Changing the world of editorial design and information graphics
1439. Baseman, Gary
The door is always open.
1440. Lord, Peter
Cracking animation: Aardman book of 3-D animation
1441. Silvester, Hans
Natural fashion: tribal decoration from Africa
1442. Georgi, William
The other office 2: creative workplace design
1443. Killip, Christopher
1444. Инфанте, Франциско
1445. Stiles, Kristine
1446. Эсслин Мартин
Уже в конце 1950-х выражение 'театр абсурда' превратилось в броское клише. Об этом Мартин Эсслин пишет на первой странице своей книги о новых путях театра. Этот фундаментальный труд, вышедший полвека назад и дополненный в последующих изданиях, актуален и сегодня. Театр абсурда противостоит некоммуникативному миру, в котором человек, оторван от традиционных религиозных и метафизических корней.
Труд Мартина Эсслина — научное изыскание и захватывающее чтение, классика жанра. Впервые переведенная на русский язык, книга предназначена практикам, теоретикам литературы и театра, студентам-гуманитариям, а также всем, кто интересуется современным искусством.
1447. Канаян Кира и Рубен
1448. Юнг Карл Густав
Первый выход в свет работы "Психологические типы" основателя аналитической психологии К.Г.Юнга явился событием весьма значительным и не только произвел переворот в области психологической теории и терапии, но и привел к возникновению новой научной школы психоанализа и вызвал серьезный интерес у представителей гуманитарных наук и деятелей искусства, задав новый формат мышления и восприятия действительности.
1449. Parr Martin
The photobook : a history. volume III
The third volume in an authoritative and comprehensive series, The Photobook: A History volume III provides a unique perspective on the story of contemporary photography through the genre of the photobook. Continuing in the vein of the first two volumes, Volume III is a study of the major trends and movements that have shaped the photobook genre globally since the birth of photography in the early nineteenth century. Volume III pays particular attention to photobooks published after World War II, covering contemporary themes of modern life, from diaristic photography of place and people to twentieth-century propaganda books and some of the finest works to emerge from the recent self-publishing boom. The Photobook volumes represent a valuable catalogue of rare and important photobooks, and since Phaidon published Volume I in 2004, are now regarded by academics, students and photobook bibliophiles as the definitive works on this subject.
1450. Diamond David
DAM survival guide : things to know (and avoid) when designing, promoting and maintaining the perfect digital asset management initiative
DAM survival guide will help you design, plan, deploy, promote and maintain a successful digital asset management (DAM) initiative at your organization. Written by a recognized DAM industry expert in a friendly, easy-to-follow style, DAM Survival Guide is a must-have resource for those new to DAM, and it’s great for those looking to increase their DAM knowledge too. DAM Survival Guide is everything you need to know about DAM in one book.
1451. Narboni Roger
Lightning the Landscape
Lighting design, long regarded as a pragmatic and purely technical aspect of construction planning, has increasingly developed into a discipline of its own over the past years. This publication recognises recent developments by combining the technical sphere with an artistic perspective, centred on the role of natural and artificial light in the perception of a variety of landscapes." "The first section of the book describes techniques for creating nocturnal landscapes, analysing these landscapes according to topography (coastal, riverside, lakeside, mountain, forest, marsh, or quarry and industrial sceneries) and concept of illumination. The second part presents detailed documentations of 21 international case-studies in topographical order. The examples are drawn from all kinds of rural but also urban settings in Great Britain, Germany, France, the Netherlands, Japan, Singapore, and other countries.
1452. Pritchard David
Lighting, now in its sixth edition, is the standard text on the principles and practice of lighting interiors and exteriors. The book introduces all the main principles of light and colour, along with the design of general lighting schemes. It complies with the CIBSE lighting code and guides, covers the main calculations that a lighting designer needs to do and includes worked examples.The book starts with the theory of light and how it is perceived by the eye. It looks at the units used and the subjective effect of colour. The characteristics of various types of lamp are described along with.
1453. Kelly Richard
The structure of light : Richard Kelly and the illumination of modern architecture
Catalogue of an exhibition held at the Yale School of Architecture Gallery, Aug. 23-Oct. 2, 2010
1454. W. Totten Christopher
An architectural approach to level design
Explore Level Design through the Lens of Architectural and Spatial Experience TheoryWritten by a game developer and professor trained in architecture, An Architectural Approach to Level Design is one of the first books to integrate architectural and spatial design theory with the field of level design. It explores the principles of level design through the context and history of architecture, providing information useful to both academics and game development professionals. Understand Spatial Design Principles for Game Levels in 2D, 3D, and.
"This book discusses level design, the discipline of creating interactive game environments, with an emphasis on architectural principles. These principles can help level designers create meaningful user experiences and emotional responses for players. This involves elements of spatial psychology, human survival instincts, visual communication, and spatial storytelling, among others. Topics are discussed in a non-software specific context so readers using different types of programs can utilize the content. The book includes an overview of real-world tools and techniques that level designers will find useful in crafting their interactive worlds.
1455. Bartlett Djurdja
Fashioon media : past and present
The fashion media is in the midst of deep social and technological change. Including a broad range of case studies, from fashion plates to fashion films, and from fashion magazines to fashion blogs, this ground-breaking book provides an up-to-date examination of the role and significance of this field. Chapters written by international scholars cover topics including historic magazine cultures, contemporary digital innovations, art and film, exploring themes such as gender, ethnicity, design, taste and authorship. Highlighting the complexity of processes that bind design, design, technology, society and identity together, Fashion Media will be of be essential reading for students of fashion studies, cultural studies, visual culture studies, design history, communications and art and design practice and theory.
1456. Fisher Fiona
Performance, fashion and the modern interior : From the Victorians to today
Performance, fashion and the modern interior" examines the interior as a 'stage' upon which modern life and lifestyles are consciously fashioned and 'performed', and from which modern identities are projected by and through design. Scholars from Europe, Canada, America and Australia present a range of interior environments - domestic interiors, sets for stage and film, exhibition spaces, art galleries, hotel lobbies, cafes and retail spaces - to explore each as an intersection of fashion, lifestyle and performance. Sharing the thesis that the fashionably dressed body and the interior can be seen as part of the same creative and expressive continuum, the essays highlight the ways in which interiors can give shape to and dramatise modern life.
1457. Granger Michele
The fashion industry and its careers : an introduction
The Fashion Industry and Its Careers, 3rd Edition, offers an exploration of the fashion industry - from raw materials to marketing to the ultimate consumer - and explores fashion careers across the board. For each career covered, readers will learn about what to expect on the job, required education and training, and the relationship of the role to the industry as a whole. The third edition is fully updated with recent developments in technology, world economics and globalization and effects on industry sectors and career opportunities. Through current, applied industry information and personal assessments throughout, students gain a critical understanding of what careers match their aptitudes, skill sets, and interests - and how to begin down a path to a successful career in the fashion industry.
1458. Lowey Ian
The graphic art of the underground : a countercultural history
The Graphic Art of the Underground: A Countercultural History showcases the visual art and design that has emanated from a series of iconoclastic, underground youth movements within Western pop culture since the 1950s, and which have challenged the perceived social and cultural complacency of the establishment.As such, it takes the reader on a colourful and provocative journey through the art of Californian custom car decoration (Kustom Kulture), psychedelia, underground comix and countercultural magazines, punk graphics, Lowbrow and Pop Surrealist art, designer vinyl toys and indie crafting. In doing so, it draws upon the work of an array of artistic figures - many of whose lives have proved as colourful as their work - such as Ed 'Big Daddy' Roth, Kenny 'Von Dutch' Howard (who gave his name posthumously to an internationally successful clothing brand), Robert Williams, Robert Crumb, Frank Kozik, Jamie Reid, Gee Vaucher, James Cauty, Barney Bubbles and Banksy, among numerous others.
1459. Croll Alistair
Lean analytics : use data to build a better startup faster
1460. Gothelf Jeff
Lean UX : applying lean principles to improve user experience
1461. Wearing Gillian
British conceptual artist Gillian Wearing won the Turner Prize in 1997 while still in her mid 30. This comprehensive, copiously illustrated exhibition catalog documents the first major retrospective of her video and photography based works. One of the Young British Artists, Wearing is represented in important collections ranging from the Tate Modern to the Guggenheim and the Hammer Museum. The key to unlocking the work of Gillian Wearing is found not in art history but in reality television, writes Ben Luke in the London Evening Standard. Not so much the tabloid fodder of the 21st century but the tough stuff from the Sixties and Seventies.Always at the grittier end of the Young British Artists spectrum, she is in essence a documentary film maker and photographer, her work weaving around the line that documentary treads between fact and fiction. Wearing is known for delving into questions of identity of herself and others and for getting members of the public to reveal their innermost secrets, often at uncomfortable levels of intimacy and emotional charge. She often masks her subjects or herself, a strategy that, paradoxically, seems to reveal more than it hides. The retrospective goes back to Wearing s first important work, the 1992 93 Signs that Say What You Want Them to Say and Not Signs that Say What Someone Else Wants You to Say, in which she asked people on the street to write a personal sign and then hold it up for a photo. During the 1990, she used dramatized scenes to explore edgy relationship issues between parents and children. In her 2010 video Bully a young adult orchestrates actors to re create a bullying incident in which he was the victim. With over 100 illustrations and insightful essays, this catalog presents Wearing as an important mid career artist who finds new ways to explore human emotions in the age of social media.
1462. Addison Nicholas
Learning to teach art and design in the secondary school : a companion to school experience
Learning to Teach Art and Design in the Secondary School explores a range of approaches to teaching and learning and provides a conceptual and practical framework for understanding the diverse nature of art and design in the secondary school curriculum
1463. Meroni Anna
Design for Services
1464. Myzelev Alla
Fashion, Interior design and the Contours of Modern Identity.
Fashion, Interior Design and the Contours of Modern Identity is concerned not only with fabric, but also with the body and the implications of embodiment in the practices of both design domains which are equally invested in the comfort, aesthetic pleasure, extension and support of the body in different and yet seemingly identical ways.
1465. Robinson Mike
The framed world
1466. Mariampolski Hy
Ethnography for marketers : a guide to consumer immersion
Ethnography for Marketers is designed as a standard training and reference resource to help corporate managers and marketers design and implement ethnographic studies. It is a textbook for advanced undergraduate and graduate students studying ethnography or research methods in a variety of programs including business, sociology, anthropology, and education.
1467. Art now. Vol. 4
Overzicht van de belangrijkste internationale hedendaagse beeldende kunstenaars in de periode tussen ca. 2008-2013
1468. Martignette Charles G.
The great American Pin-Up
Pictures from an age when eroticism was still innocent They've been exciting generations of men, on calendars and covers, as centrefolds or even on playing cards: pin-ups. What started as an exercise in oils was soon taken up in various media - pin-up mascots graced the fuselages of American fighters, and became an essential feature of the male world of garages and barracks. And the age of political correctness hasn't ended their appeal. This book tells the tale of a genre as utterly American as the paintings of Edward Hopper, describing its origins and development in detail and showcasing the most important artists. With over 900 illustrations, The Great American Pin-Up is a comprehensive studies of the genre.
1469. Шварц Евгений
В сборник вошли избранные сценарии классика отечественного кинематографа Евгения Шварца.
1470. Startsev Vasily
Looking Eastward : contemporary artists from Russia, Ukraine, Moldavia, Armenia, Uzbekistan
" ... invited 150 artists from these regions ... to execute a small work expressing their personal interpretation of the world and of our time."
1471. Botswana : the river of art : contemporary artists from Botswana
1472. Iran : iranomutomorphosis.net : contemporary artists from Iran
1473. Malacchini Mariano
Ojo latino : la mirada de un continente : 200 obras
Catalog of an exhibition held at Museo de Arte Contemporáneo, Santiago, Chile.
1474. Flowering cultures: contemporary artists from India
1475. Native art visual visions: contemporary North American indigenous artists
1476. Beech Dave
Beauty is among the most hotly contested subjects in current discussions on art and culture. After decades of disavowal, beauty's resurgence in recent art has engaged some of the most influential artists and writers. Spanning diverse positions, this anthology assembles the key texts on the cultural politics of the recent phenomenon of beauty, as well as contextualizing these debates - both for and against - in artistic practice and the broader history of aesthetics.
1477. Coles Alex
Design and Art
This text investigates the interchange between art and design. Since the the Pop and Minimalist eras, as the work of artists ranging from Andy Warhol to Dan Graham demonstrates, the traditional boundaries between art and architectural, graphic, and product design have dissolved in critically significant ways. Design and Art traces the rise of the design-art phenomenon through the writings of critics and practitioners active in both fields. The texts include writings by Paul Rand, Hal Foster, Miwon Kwon, and others that set the parameters of the debate; utopian visions, including those of architect Peter Cook and writer Douglas Coupland; project descriptions by artists (among them Tobias Rehberger and Jorge Pardo) juxtaposed with theoretical writings; surveys of group practices by such collectives as N55 and Superflex; and views of the artist as mediator, a role assumed in the past to be the province of the designer as seen in work by Frederick Kiesler, Ed Ruscha, and others. Finally, a book that doesn't privilege either the art world or the design world but puts them in dialogue with each other.
1478. Degen Natasha
Transnational markets hold sway over all aspects of contemporary culture, and that has transformed the environment of recent art, blurring the previously discrete realms of price and value, capital and creativity. Artists have responded not only critically but imaginatively to the many issues this raises, including the treatment of artworks as analogous to capital goods, the assertion that art's value is best measured by the market, and the notion that art and money share an internal logic. Some artists have investigated the market's pressures on creative democracy, its ubiquity, vulgarity, and fetishizing force, while others have embraced the creative possibilities the market offers. And for a decade curators and theorists have speculated on the implications of this new symbiosis between art and money, cultural and economic value. Drawing on a wide range of interdisciplinary sources, in dialogue with artists' writings, this anthology traces the historic origins of these debates in different versions of modernism and surveys the relationships among art, value, and price; the evolution and influence of patronage; the actors and institutions of the art market; and the diversity of artistic practices that either criticize or embrace the conditions of the contemporary market.
1479. Kelly Caleb
The sonic turn in recent art reflects a wider cultural awareness that sight no longer dominates our perception or understanding of contemporary reality. The background buzz of myriad mechanically reproduced sounds increasingly mediates our lives. Tuning into this incessant auditory stimulus, some of our most influential artists have investigated the corporeal, cultural, and political resonance of sound. In tandem with recent experimental music and technology, art has opened up to hitherto excluded dimensions of noise, silence, and the act of listening. Artists working with sound have engaged in new forms of aesthetic encounter with the city and nature, the everyday and cultural otherness, technological effects and psychological states. New perspectives on sound have generated a wave of scholarship in musicology, cultural studies, and the social sciences. But the equally important rise of sound in the arts since 1960 has so far been sparsely documented. This is the first book to provide, through original critical writings and artists' statements, a genealogy of sonic pathways into the arts, philosophical reflections on the meanings of noise and silence, dialogues between art and music, investigations of the role of listening and acoustic space, and a comprehensive survey of sound works by international artists from the avant-garde era to the present.