Сентябрь 2018 /September 2018
1643. Obrist. H.U. Ways of Curating
Ways of Curating is a compendium of the insights Obrist has gained from his years of extraordinary work in the art world. It skips between centuries and continents, flitting from meetings with the artists who have inspired him. It describes some of the greatest exhibitions in history, as well as some of the greatest exhibitions never realized. It traces the evolution of the collections from Athanasius Kircher's 17th-century Wunderkammer to modern museums, and points the way for projects yet to come.
1644. Nelson. How to See: Visual Adventures in a World God Never Made
A new edition of George Nelson's classic guide to visual appreciation, released on the fortieth anniversary of its original publication
1645. The art of writing your name: contemporary urban calligraphy and beyond
Graffiti fanatics, hand lettering fans, street art junkies, calligraphy lovers, and type enthusiasts all have something to learn from this fascinating tome.
1646. MacDonald I. Revolution in the Head: the Beatles' records and the sixties
Updated with material from The Beatles Live at the BBC and the Anthology series, this acclaimed book gets to the heart of The Beatles — their records. It draws on the author’s unique knowledge and experience to “read” their 241 tracks chronologically — from their first amateur efforts in 1957 to Real Love, their final “reunion” recording in 1995. With this engrossing classic of popular criticism, Ian MacDonald shows exactly why the extraordinary songs of the Beatles remain a central and continually surprising presence.
1647. Inside the Rainbow: Russian children's literature, 1920-35 : beautiful books, terrible times
"Inside the rainbow" reprints for the first time in English a unique compendium of Soviet picture books from the 1920 and 1930s - a highpoint in the history of children's literature. In the dark and dangerous world of revolutionary Petrograd, a group of Russian poets and artists, among the greatest of the century, came together to create a new kind of book for children about to enter a Brave New World
1648. Interior design master class: 100 lessons from America's finest designers on the art of decoration
Poised to become the essential reference book on design, Interior Design Master Class features 100 essays by America's top designers -- from established design legends to members of the new guard -- each sharing his or her passion for a single subject. Collectively their expertise and knowledge constitute a complete education in interior design. Grouped by theme...[e]ach piece is paired with images of the designer's work to illustrate the principles being discussed, adding a powerful visual component to the book.
1649. Watson M. The Art of Elegance: Classic Interiors.
Known for his meticulously researched, European-inspired style, Marshall Watson creates interiors that are rich in texture, detail, and simple luxuries.
1650. Roccella G. Gio Ponti (1891-1979): master of lightness
Italian architect and designer Gio Ponti (18911979) was the creator of a multifaceted oeuvre. The founder and nearly lifelong editor of domus magazine never stopped developing and reinventing his style. This book provides an introduction to Ponti creative process and gives an overview of the various phases of his career.
1651. Domus 1940s (Bibliotheca Universalis)
This fresh reprint of domus’s coverage of the 1940s brings together the most important features from a decade of destruction and reconstruction.
1652. Salisbury M. The illustrated Dust Jacket. 1920-1970
The book jackets reproduced here reflect the changing visual styles and motifs of the passing century, beginning with the Art Deco period and continuing through Modernism, the playful Thirties, the pre- and postwar Neo-Romantics, the new consumerism and realist subject matter of the Fifties, and the Pop Art of the Sixties. Featuring talent from the US and UK, The Illustrated Book Jacket explores the pictorial dust jacket through a selection of more than 300 key works and artists that influenced the course of book jacket design.
1653. Rush M. Video Art.
Video art has moved from brief showings on tiny screens in alternative art spaces to dominance in international exhibitions and artistic events, in which vast video installations sometimes occupy factory-sized buildings or video projections take over the walls of an entire city block.
1654. Cook S. Information (Documents of Contemporary Art)
This anthology provides the first art-historical reassessment of information-based art in relation to data structures and exhibition curation. Artists have investigated information’s materiality, in signs, records, and traces; its immateriality, in hidden codes, structures, and flows; its embodiment, in instructions, social interaction, and political agency; its overload, or uncontrollable excess, challenging utopian notions of networked society; its potential for misinformation and disinformation, subliminally altering our perceptions; and its post-digital unruliness, unsettling fixed notions of history and place/
1655. Ryan. Understanding digital marketing: Marketing strategies for engaging the digital generation
Harness the power of digital media to achieve the utmost success in business, both now and in the future, with this best selling guide to digital marketing channels and strategy.
1656. Carter. Fashion Classics: From Carlyle to Barthes
Carter fully revives early fashion theorists -- some canonical and others less well known -- and examines them in light of more recent work. This book also makes sense of complex theory and is essential reading for anyone seeking an overview of the history of fashion theory.
1657. Biguenet. Silence
What is silence? In a series of short meditations, novelist and playwright John Biguenet considers silence as a servant of power, as a lie, as a punishment, as the voice of God, as a terrorist's final weapon, as a luxury good, as the reason for torture-in short, as an object we both do and do not recognize. Concluding with the prospects for its future in a world burgeoning with noise, Biguenet asks whether we should desire or fear silence-or if it is even ours to choose.