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Периодика апрель 2016/ magazines April 2016
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Август 2016 / August 2016
Периодика август 2016 / Magazines August 2016
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Сентябрь 2016 / September 2016
Периодика октябрь 2016 / Magazines October 2016
Октябрь - Ноябрь 2016 / October - November 2016
Периодика ноябрь 2016 / Magazines November 2016
Периодика январь - март '16-17 / Magazines Jan - March '16-17
Февраль - Апрель 2017 / February - April 2017
Периодика Май 2017 / Magazines May 2017
Периодика июнь 2017 / Magazines June 2017
Июнь 2017 / June 2017
Периодика Июль 2017 / Magazines July 2017
Периодика Август 2017 / Magazines August 2017
Август 2017 / August 2017

Май 2015/May 2015

935. Бретт, Морвенна.

Плитка в дизайне интерьеров. Энциклопедия. - Москва : Арт-родник, 2008.

747        

Б 877

Бесконечно разнообразная и доступная по цене плитка - чрезвычайно популярный отделочный материал, используемый в декоре интерьера дома. Эта книга представляет полную информацию обо всех видах плитки: керамической, стеклянной, терракотовой, сланцевой, мраморной и металлической.

 

936. Скотт, Мэрилин.

Керамика : энциклопедия. - Москва : АРТ-РОДНИК, 2012.

738       

С 449

Пошаговое руководство с иллюстрациями по­зволит вам освоить широкий спектр навыков формовки, обжига и декорирования, овладеть различными методиками создания замечатель­ных керамических изделий, даже если вы ни­когда раньше не занимались керамикой.

Освойте навыки работы основными инст­рументами и научитесь использовать оборудо­вание, узнайте о различных сортах гончарной глины и добавках к ней; изучите различные методы создания керамических изделий с по­мощью пластов, жгутов, работы на гончарном круге и ручной лепки, овладейте умением со­здавать самые разнообразные формы.

Книга содержит множество идей для созда­ния эффектных текстурированных поверхнос­тей и декорирования керамических изделий с помощью красок, трафаретов или шликеров. Вы также овладеете различными методиками декорирования изделий после обжига, к кото­рым относят глазурование, эмалирование и нанесение глянца.

 

937. Буббико, Джованна.

Керамика : техники, материалы, изделия. - Москва : Ниола-Пресс, 2009.

738       

Б 90

В книге дан увлекательный обзор об искусстве керамики от древних времен до наших дней. Кроме того, читателю предлагается приобщиться к созданию изделий из глины на практике, следуя данным поэтапным описаниям работы.

 

938. Мур, Генри.

Генри Мур и классический канон современной скульптуры. - Москва : Музеи Московского Кремля, 2012.

730

М 91

Творчество Генри Мура, столь разнообразно представленное в Московском Кремле, является  прекрасным примером подлинного новаторства в искусстве, основывающегося на глубоком знании природных форм и опыте общения с великими памятниками прошлого.

 К выставке издан богато иллюстрированный каталог с большим количеством документальных фотографий и статьями ведущих британских специалистов по скульптуре ХХ столетия.

 

939. сост. Щербина, Екатерина

Индия : драгоценности, покорившие мир. - Москва : Музеи Московского Кремля, 2014.          

739        

И 603

Выставка, объединившая великолепные произведения, которые были созданы на протяжении пяти столетий, открывает посетителям  новые грани ювелирного искусства Индии и Европы и является заметным событием в культурной жизни столицы.

 

940. Ambrose, Gavin.

Approach and language. - Lausanne, Switzerland : AVA Publishing, [2011].

741.6    

A 46

The first in this series, Approach & Language looks at the initial stages of the design process and at the vocabulary used on undergraduate design courses. Students are provided with the tools and supporting knowledge that will enable them to respond to a design course content and prepare for a career in graphic design.

 

941. Зинченко, Людмила.

Русский лес. - Москва, 2015.

779        

З-636

Книга состоит из 2 х частей, автор обращается к архетипу русского классического пейзажа, в основном Шишкина, которому и посвящена книга.

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942. Leonard, Neil.

Design research : investigation for successful creative solutions. - Lausanne, Switzerland : AVA Publishing, 2012.

741.6    

L 55

Being a professional designer is not all about lightbulb moments. To stimulate them, and ensure you reach the best final concept, this essential guide shows how research can open fresh avenues of creativity and help readers to make informed, intelligent and targeted design decisions.

 

943. Noble, Ian.

Visual research : an introduction to research methodologies in graphic design. - Lausanne ; Worthing : AVA Academia, 2011.

741.6    

N 73         

Visual Research: An Introduction to Research Methodologies is a guide to the practice of researching for graphic design projects. The book explains the key terms and theories that underlie design research; examining the importance of audience, communication theory, semiotics and semantics. Inspirational case studies demonstrate how the use of rigorous research methods can form the basis of effective visual communication and design problem solving.

 

944. Crow, David.

Visible signs : an introduction to semiotics in the visual arts. - Lausanne ; Worthing : AVA Academia, 2010.

700       

C 90

Visible Signs: An Introduction to Semiotics" (2nd Edition) is an update to the popular first edition of the same name, in which David Crow introduces design students to the fundamentals of semiotics. Basic semiotic theories are taught in most art schools as part of a contextual studies programme, but many students find it difficult to understand how these ideas might impact on their own practice. 'Visible Signs' tackles this problem by explaining semiotic terms and theories in relation to visual communication, with illustrative examples taken from contemporary art and design. Concepts such as signs and signifiers, and language and speech are all explored within the framework of graphic design and fine art. The 2nd Edition features new and revised content from the author, and includes 200 visuals created to illustrate the ideas discussed within the book.

 

945. Quinn, Bradley.

Textile futures : fashion, design and technology. - Oxford  : Berg, 2010.

746        

Q 62

Textiles connect a variety of practices and traditions, ranging from the refined couture garments of Parisian fashion to the high-tech filaments strong enough to hoist a satellite into space. High-performance fabrics are being reconceived as immersive webs, structural networks and information exchanges, and their ability to interface with technology is changing how the human body is experienced and how the urban environment is built. Today, textiles reveal their capacity to transform our world more than any other material.

 

946. Stelzner, Julia.

Berlin fashion : labels, lifestyle, looks. - Munich ; London ; New York : Prestel, [2014].

746

S 82

From the hottest new labels to the best shopping addresses, everything you want or need to know about Europe's newest fashion capital can be found in this encyclopedic and eye-catching book. It's been more than two decades since the wall dividing Berlin's east and west sides came down. Since then the city has evolved into a Mecca for the international fashion crowd, attracted by the city's artistic history, its newfound exuberance and reasonable cost of living. Written by a style insider, this book explores every aspect of the city's love affair with clothing.

 

947. Ambrose, Gavin.

Approach and language. - Lausanne, Switzerland : AVA Publishing,  [2011].

741.6    

A 46

The first in this series, Approach & Language looks at the initial stages of the design process and at the vocabulary used on undergraduate design courses. Students are provided with the tools and supporting knowledge that will enable them to respond to a design course content and prepare for a career in graphic design.

 

948. Leonard, Neil M.A.

Idea generation. – Lausanne : AVA Academia, 2013.

741.6    

L 55

Basics Graphic Design: Idea Generation explores the different ways in which designers can generate creative ideas in response to a given project brief.

Great designs begins with great ideas. Throughout this book, best-selling author team Ambrose and Leonard show how a clear understanding of audience, context and materials can lead to innovative, targeted designs. They also explore the many levels of idea generation, from the macro to the micro, explaining how budding designers can use simple techniques and strategies from brain storming to more focused, selective and strategic systems to get their creative juices flowing and come up with a brilliant idea that will set their designs apart.

 

949. Bate, David.

Photography and surrealism [Текст]  : sexuality, colonialism and social dissent. - London : I. B. Tauris, 2004.

770       

B 30

This clear and challenging re-evaluation of the status and usage of photographic images in historical surrealism puts surrealism's fundamental issues back into the framework of its historical purpose and function. David Bate asks what a surrealist photograph actually is. He discusses automatism and the photographic image, the surrealist passion for insanity, their ambivalent use of Orientalism and adoption of Sadean philosophy and the effect of fascism on the surrealists. Locating the use of photography by surrealists within the cultural discourses of that historical moment, Photography and Surrealism is a genuinely original contribution to the field. The book is illustrated with a range of surrealist images.

 

950. Steane, Jamie.

The principles & processes of interactive design. – London : Fairchild books ; Bloomsbury, 2014.

741.6    

S 82

The Principles & Processes of Interactive Design is aimed at new designers from across the design and media disciplines who want to learn the fundamentals of designing for interactive media. This book is intended both as a primer and companion guide on how to research, plan and design for increasingly prevalent interactive projects.

 

951. Burgin, Victor.

The end of art theory : criticism and postmodernity. – London : Macmillan, 1986.

709       

B 96

'Art theory', understood as those forms of aesthetics, art history and criticism which began in the Enlightenment and culminated in 'high modernism', is now at an end. These essays, examining the interdependencies of advertising, film, painting and photography, constitute a call for a 'new art theory' - a practice of writing whose end is to contribute to a general 'theory of representations': an understanding of the modes and means of symbolic articulation of our forms of sociality and subjectivity.

 

952. Holt, Michael.

Stage design and properties. – Oxford : Phaidon, 1988.

792        

H 75

The quality and quantity of design work devoted to a production depend on the script, the size and nature of the theatre company and its budget. This book explains fully the diverse functions and responsibilities of a designer. With a comprehensive glossary, an eclectic bibliography and even an up-to-the-minute list of suppliers and stockists, it can be used by amateurs and professionals alike as a guide and resource for arriving at imaginative stage design solutions.

 

953. Marion, Jonathan S.

Visual research : a concise introduction to thinking visually. - Oxford : Berg, 2013.

300       

M 30     

Visual Research: A Concise Introduction to Thinking Visually is the first text to present a concise overview of the significant ethical, theoretical, and practical considerations for conducting research with images.

The capacity to take photos and video on handheld devices and the ability to store, post, and share such imagery online all offer tremendous opportunities for social research. The rapid development and popularity of such technology means that little technological proficiency is required, and even less theoretical and ethical consideration. This book provides an accessible introduction to doing visual research in the social sciences.  

 

954. Breward, Christopher.

Fashion's world cities. - Oxford ; New York : Berg, 2006.

746        

B 85

New York, Paris, London, Milan, Tokyo. This familiar list of cities conjures up the image of high fashion. This book examines the powerful relationship between metropolitan modernity and fashion culture. The authors look at the significance of certain key sites in fashion's world order and at transformations in the connections between key cities. The status of fashion capital has now become a goal for urban boosters and planners, part of the wider promotion of the "cultural economy" of major cities. In a rapidly changing global fashion system new centres like Shanghai are making claims to join the ranks of Fashion's World Cities. In chapters ranging from Los Angeles to Moscow and Dakar to Mumbai, Fashion's World Cities explores the relationship between major metropolises and the production, consumption and mythologizing of fashion.

 

955. Edgar-Hunt, Robert.

The language of film. – Lausanne : AVA Academia, 2010.

791        

E 22

This book examines how films communicate by considering the stories they tell, the sign systems they deploy, the interpretive contexts the viewer is invited to place them in, and the range of aesthetic elements that contribute to the cinematic image. Each chapter concludes with a case study in which key ideas are seen in context within a particular film, or a specific scene. 

Basics Film-Making: The Language of Film presents complex ideas in a clear and straightforward style, enabling you to apply these ideas to your own analysis or film-making.

 

956. Bramston, David.

Idea searching. – Lausanne : AVA Academia, 2009.

745.2    

B 84

Where do great ideas come from? Linus Pauling said, "The way to get good ideas is to get lots of ideas, and throw the bad ones away." Easy to say when your ideas have won the Nobel Prize--twice! How can the rest of us follow Pauling's advice? Basics Product Design: Idea Searching lays out the steps--starting with "Question convention." Why is something done the way it's done? How could it be done faster, simpler, better? Inspiring visuals and case histories showcase a variety of product designs, some new, some old. Learn to think smarter with Basics Product Design: Idea Searching.

 

957. Spiekermann, Erik.

Hello I am Erik : Erik Spiekermann: typographer, designer, entrepreneur. - Berlin : Gestalten, 2014.

R686      

S 78

Erik Spiekermann is the epitome of a typographer. With his typefaces, commercial projects, and enterprises, he has shaped the world of graphic design like no other. This comprehensive book is the first to showcase his body of work.

 

958. Miyazaki, Hayao

The art of Miyazaki's Spirited away. - San Francisco [Calif.] : Viz Communications, 2002.

741.64  

M 76

The Art of Spirited Away collects colour illustrations of Spirited Away for the first time in an English edition! This book includes paintings and designs from the new animated film from the director of Kiki's Delivery Service and Princess Mononoke. Large-size, hardcover coffee-table book featuring artwork from the renowned animated film, Spirited Away, directed by Hayao Miyazaki. Features commentary, colour stills, sketches, storyboards, and illustrations used to envision the rich fantasy world of the film. Also includes a complete English-language script.

 

959. Hardy, Joanna.

Collect contemporary : jewelry. - London : Thames & Hudson, 2012.

R739     

H 25

Featuring text by an acknowledged expert in arts and crafts, hundreds of illustrations, and essays on key issues and themes, this compact, accessible guide will be an authority in the global marketplace.

 

960. Abellan, Miquel.

Contemporary jewelry. - Barcelona : Monsa, 2012.

R739     

A 13

This is a stunning visual showcase of the work of some of the world's most exciting contemporary jewellery designers. This gorgeously illustrated volume showcases the work of some of the most exciting and innovative contemporary jewellery designers from across the globe. Featuring a brief overview of each designer's creative vision and examples of their best work, this volume is a must-have for anyone interested in contemporary jewellery.

 

961. Church, Rachel.

Rings. - London : V&A Publishing, 2011.

R739     

C 57

Rings are perhaps the most common and yet the most evocative pieces of jewelry. Worn as a sign of love or as a fashion accessory, to mark weddings, remember the dead, or show religious faith, the unbroken circle—a plain band or one that is elegantly adorned—holds a multitude of meanings for every wearer. From simple medieval hoops worn to ward off disease, to the glamorous rocks worn on the red carpet by Hollywood stars, to stunning works of art created by contemporary artist-jewelers, this book draws from the collections of the V&A to offer a beautifully illustrated introduction to rings.

 

962. Papi, Stefano.

20th century jewelry & the icons of style. - London : Thames & Hudson, 2013.

R739     

P 23

This book presents eleven profiles of glamorous women who assembled these astonishing collections in the mid-twentieth century. The fall of European monarchies meant royal jewels passed into the hands of a new social elite that included figures from show business and the worlds of industry and commerce. The women of the era cut their hair, wore looser-fitting clothes, and had greater freedom than before the war. The change in fashion led to a new style of jewelry—the historic gemstones were reset and new collections created.

 

963. Geoffroy-Schneiter, Berenice.

Asian jewellery : ethnic rings, bracelets, necklaces, earrings, belts, head ornaments. - Milano : Skira, 2011.

R739     

G 37

The ultimate reference book on the ethnic jewelery of Asian peoples. This volume provides a vivid and varied insight into body adornment around Asia: ivory, beads, leather, shells, enamel work, precious metals, and stones, alone or in combination, are illustrated throughout. Pieces chosen for their exceptional quality and historical importance, through wonderfully composed photographs, come to life here. It is rare for jewelery to have a solely aesthetic purpose, for above all it is anchored in the social, religious, and political contexts that lend it meaning. A concise introductory essay discloses the field for the general reader and provides valuable background information for jewelers, designers, art historians, collectors, and dealers.

 

964. Carpenter, Bruce.

Ethnic jewellery from Indonesia : continuity and evolution. - Singapore : Editions Didier Millet, 2012.

R739     

C 25

Ethnic Jewellery from Indonesia: Continuity, Creativity and Evolution is a compelling introduction to the little known visual power and beauty of the body adornments used by the myriad peoples of Indonesia’s outer islands, including Sumatra, Borneo, Sulawesi, Sumba and Maluku. Illustrated with more than 500 rare pieces that have been accumulated since the 1970s by collector  Manfred Giehmann, the book explores the depth and breadth of an ancient and magnificent tradition, revealing the fruits of careful documentation that has taken place over a period of decades. It will provide information on the origin, meaning and purpose of the jewellery items, as well as unique insights into the people who crafted and wore the jewellery for ritual or ceremonial functions. Ethnic Jewellery: Continuity, Creativity and Evolution is a definitive work on the subject and a testimony to the greatness of a fast-disappearing Indonesian tradition.

 

965. Burri, René.

Impossible reminiscences. - London : Phaidon Press, 2013.

779        

B 96

Rene Burri's photographs are recognized the world-over as amongst the greatest of the twentieth century. From his iconic shots of Che Guevara and Brasilia, his sensitive war reportage across the globe, to his insightful portraits of such artistic figures as Pablo Picasso and Le Corbusier, Burri's visual world has shaped our perception of history and politics. Now, for the first time, he invites us to view his selection from his archive of colour photographs, taken throughout his career, and tells the stories behind the photographs.

 

966. Lupton, Ellen.

Design writing research : writing on graphic design. - London : Phaidon, 2008.

741.6    

L 96

Design Writing Research is a highly acclaimed critical study of graphic design and typography. Profusely illustrated and beautifully produced, it makes a vital contribution to design studies and is an invaluable source for anyone interested in the art and history of books, letter forms, symbols, advertising, and theories of visual and verbal communication. A section on Theory considers the centrality of the written and printed word to post-structuralism and deconstruction. A wide range of design practices are discussed, from the history of punctuation and the origins of international pictograms to the structure of modern typography. A section on Media looks at the role of design in mass communications with erudite essays on stock photography, visual journalism, illustration, advertising and vernacular design cultures. The book closes with History, a section organized as a time-line spanning 200 years of design in America. These historical case studies show how the modern profession of graphic design emerged in response to cultural, political and economic developments in the US. The authors of this new edition, now published for the first time in paperback, have fuelled great interest in the theoretical aspects of design and prompted innovation in design practice.

 

967. Durden, Mark.

Photography today : a history of contemporary photography. - London : Phaidon Press, 2014.

R770

D 92

A lively and accessible survey of photography as art since the 1960s, exploring how, in the hands of some of the world's greatest photographic artists, it has developed into a respected and versatile artistic medium.

 

968. Shanken, Edward A.

Art and electronic media. - London : Phaidon, 2014.

700       

S 53

A timely survey that addresses the relationship between art and electronic technology, including mechanics, light, graphics, robots, virtual reality and the web.

 


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