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Pop Art
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Pop Art

Lucy R. Lippard, Nancy Marmer, Nicolas Calas, Lawrence Alloway, William Copley, Stuart Dais, Marcel Duchamp, Japser Johns, Wally Hedrick, Billy Apple, Peter Blake, Derek Boshier, Rudolph Burckhardt, Patrick Caulfield, Fernand Léger, Gerald Murphy, Claes Oldenburg, Robert Rauschenberg, Kurt Schwitters, John Wesley, H.C. Westermann, Anthony Donaldson, Richard Hamilton, David Hockney, Allen Jones, Bernie Kemnitz, R.B. Kitaj, Gerald Laing, Eduardo Paolozzi, Richard Artschwager, Verne Blosum, George Brecht, Allan D'Arcangelo, Jim Dine, Peter Phillips, Richard Smith, Jon Thompson, Joe Tilson, Tom Wesselmann, Ray Donarski, Rosalyn Drexler, Jean Dubuffet, Stephen Durkee, Sam Goodman, Red Grooms, Alex Hay, Robert Indiana, Leo Jensen, Jasper Johns, William Kent, William King, Nicholas Krushenick, Yayoi Kusama, Roy Lichtenstein, Richard Lindner, Marisol, Peter Saul, George Segal, Marjorie Strider, Andy Warhol, Billy Al Bengston, Anthony Berlant, Robert Watts, Idelle Weber, Wallace Berman, Jess Collins, Victor Dubreuil, Jim Eller, James Gill, Joe Goode, Phillip Hefferton, Von Dutch Holland, Edward Kienholz, Roger Kuntz, Giorgio de Chirico, Alex Katz, Aaron Kuriloff, Robert O'Dowd, Richard Pettibone, Mel Ramos, Edward Ruscha, Wayne Thiebaud, Larry Rivers, Valerio Adami, H.P. Alvermann, Arman, Enrico Baj, Dennis Burton, CHristo, Greg Curnoe, Öyvind Fahlström, Tano Festa, Armand Flint, Winfred Gaul, Konrad Klapheck, Konrad Leug, Aldo Mondino, Man Ray, Lucio del Pezzo, Michelangelo Pistoletto, Bernard Rancillac, Martial Raysse, Gerd Richter, Mimmo Rotella, Niki de Saint-Phalle, Michael Snow, Daniel Spoerri, Hervé Télémaque, Sunao Urata, Joyce Wieland

Anthology of texts by Lucy Lippard, Lawrence Alloway, Nicolas Calas, and Nancy Marmer. Artists featured in the texts include William Copley, Stuart Dais, Marcel Duchamp, Japser Johns, Wally Hedrick, Billy Apple, Peter Blake, Derek Boshier, Rudolph Burckhardt, Patrick Caulfield, Fernand Léger, Gerald Murphy, Claes Oldenburg, Robert Rauschenberg, Kurt Schwitters, John Wesley, H. ... [details]

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Esopus
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  • 29 x 23 cm.
  • 164 pp.
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  • ISBN 9780981574509

Esopus

No. 11

Tod Lippy, Brazos, Come Rad Comrade, Douglas Crase, Stuart Dahlquist, Michelle Elligott, Faca, Dan Harris, Jim Henson, Kent Jones, Darina Karpov, Nina Katchadourian, Lucky Dragons, Lucrecia Martel, The Muslims, Maureen O'Leary, Jason Polan, Dwight Ripley, Robert Therrien, Angus Trumble, The Wingdale Community Singers, Wye Oak, Jenny Owen Youngs, Jonathan Meiburg

Esopus is a non-profit, bi-annual arts publication that seeks to distribute the work of artists, musicians, and writers to a broad audience. Projects in issue 11 include a portfolio of travel posters by Dwight Ripley; stories from Maureen O'Leary and Dan Harris; illustrated works from Darina Karpov; a look at Jim Henson's early short films; and much more; "Esopus CD # 11 : Advice," includes songs by The Muslims, Shearwater, Wye Oak, Brazos, Faca, Nina Katchadourian, Lucky Dragons, Jenny Owen Youngs, The Wingdale Community Singers, Come Rad, Comrade, and Stuart Dahlquist. [details]

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Topten
  • artists' book
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  • 26.5 x 26.6 cm.
  • 442 pp.
  • edition size 200
  • signed and unnumbered
  • ISBN 9780440153252

Topten

[SIGNED by JAMES HOFF]

James Hoff, David Adjaye, Vince Aletti, Pawel Althamer, Rae Armantrout, Art Club 2000, Jan Avgikos, Fia Bakström, Jack Bankowsky, Clive Bell, Daniel Birnbaum, Ian Birnie, Claire Bishop, Nayland Blake, Francesco Bonami, David Bordwell, Lizzi Bougatsos, Andrea Bowers, AA Bronson, Delia Brown, Louisa Buck, Richard Buckley, Kate Bush, David Byrne, Dan Cameron, Laura Cantrell, Jake and Dinos Chapman, Monsieur Chat, Lynne Cooke, Dennis Cooper, Christopher Cox, Arthur C. Danto, Diedrich Diederichsen, Trisha Donnelly, Sam Durant, Marcel Dzama, Dave Eggers, Okwui Enwezor, Roe Ethridge, Matias Faldbakken, Johanna Fateman, Wendy Fonarow, Forcefield, Iain Forsyth, Brendan Fowler, Thomas Frank, Anna Gaskell, Alison M. Gingeras, Thelma Golden, Ann Goldstein, Loren Goodman, Isabelle Graw, Rachel Greene, Boris Groys, Bruce Hainley, Peter Halley, Howard Hampton, Richard Hawkins, Martin Herbert, Dave Hickey, Matthew Higgs, J. Hoberman, Tom Holert, A.M. Homes, Julia House, Andrew Hultkrans, Susie Ibarra, Chrissie Iles, Gary Indiana, Jim Isermann, Darius James, Kent Jones, Ronald Jones, Isaac Julien, Miranda July, Charlie Kaufman, Matt Keegan, Mike Kelley, Christina Kelly, John Kelsey, Rita Kersting, Karen Kilimnik, Alison Knowles, Kode9, Wayne Koestenbaum, Barbara Kruger, Christina Kubisch, Friedrich Kunath, Marta Kuzma, Steve Lafreniere, Alix Lambert, Inez van Lamsweerde, Thomas Lawson, Pamela M. Lee, Lisa Liebmann, Arto Lindsay, Barbara London, Charles Long, Chip Lord, Guy Maddin, Christian Marclay, Matmos, Nick Mauss, Lucy McKenzie, Josephine Meckseper, James Meyer, Jason Middlebrook, Aleksandra Mir, Katy Moran, Jessica Morgan, Dave Muller, Christopher Münch, Marissa Nadler, Rosalind Nashashibi, Kori Newkirk, Bob Nickas, Philip Nobel, Linda Nochlin, Geoffrey O'Brien, Glenn O'Brien, Ken Okiishi, Paulina Olowska, Elizabeth Peyton, Richard Phillips, Paola Pivi, Peter Plagens, Olivia Plender, Jane Pollard, Stephen Prina, Rob Pruitt, James Quandt, Eileen Quinlan, Raqs Media Collective Ben Ratliff, Simon Reynolds, Daivd Rimanelli, David Rimanelli, David Rimanelli, David Robbins, Jonathan Romney, Kay Rosen, Robert Rosenblum, Marina Rosenfeld, Daniela Rossell, Neather Rowe, Ralph Rugoff, Mayer Rus, Lisa Ruyter, Tomas Saraceno, Elizabeth Schambelan, Paul Schimmel, Jim Shaw, Richard Shone, Choire Sicha, Katy Siegel, Amy Sillman, Laurie Simmons, Debra Singer, Guy Richards Smit, Susan Sontag, Carol Squiers, Frances Stark, Georgina Starr, Robert Storr, D. Strauss, Ali Subotnick, Amy Taubin, John Tremblay, Donald Urquhart, Jeffrey Vallance, Tom Vanderbilt, Banks Violette, Stephen Vitiello, Bruce Wagner, Hamza Walker, Kelley Walker, Alex Waterman, John Waters, Toby Webster, Olav Westphalen, T.J. Wilcox, Cathy Wilkes, Stephanie Zacharek

Artists' book edited by James Hoff -- a recompilation of Artforum magazine's monthly Top Ten column written by a rotating cast of artists, scholars, actors and other superstars from 1998 to 2008. Comprised of direct copies of the author's pages from the magazine coupled with black boxes representing the supporting images. ... [details]

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A History of British Art
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  • 256 pp.
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  • ISBN 0520223764

A History of British Art

Andrew Graham-Dixon, Thomas Gainsborough, Andrea Mantegna, Michaelangelo Buonarroti, Ad Reinhardt, Barnett Newman, William Cavendish, Sir William Cecil, Robert Smythson, Sir John Thynne, Abraham Smtih, Nicholas Hilliard, Isaac Oliver, Marcus Gheeraerts the Younger, George Gower, Hans Holbein the Younger, Sir Anthony van Dyck, Giorgione, Titian, Diego Velázquez, William Hogarth, Sir Peter Paul Rubens, Inigo Jones, Samuel Cooper, Sir James Thornhill, Francis Bird, Sir Christopher Wren, Sir Alfred Munnings, Piet Mondrian, Pablo Picasso, Allan Ramsay, Arthur Devis, Sir John Vanbrugh, William Kent, André le Nôtre, Johann Zoffany, Joshua Reynolds, Leonardo da Vinci, George Stubbs, J.M.W. Turner, William Blake, Samuel Palmer, Sir John Soane, John Constable, William Powell Frith, Joseph Mallord William Turner, William Wyld, Joseph Wright of Derby, Sir Benjamin Baker, Sir Edwin Landseer, Sir David Wilkie, Augustus Egg, Charles Barry

Critical theory by Andrew Graham-Dixon. "... Graham-Dixon argues decisively against the preconception that the British are not a visual people. Starting with a revelatory account of the almost unknown masterpieces of the Catholic Middle Ages, [Dixon] celebrates the beauty and the brilliance of Britain's artistic heritage - from Thomas Gainsborough to Damien Hirst, William Hogarth to David Hockney, John Constable to Henry Moore. ... [details]

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  • periodical
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  • 27.5 x 23 cm.
  • 212 pp.
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Art in America

(September 1988)

Elizabeth C. Baker, Joan Simon, Eleanor Hartley, Holland Cotter, John Ash, Stephen Westfall, Brooks Adams, Ken Johnson, Paul Smith, Carl Little, Walter Thompson, Suzaan Boettger, Gerrit Henry, Lawrence Campbell, Walter Thompson, Donald B. Kuspit, Frederick Ted Castle, Michael Bonesteel, Patricia Stewart, Matthew Kangas, Robert L. Pincus, Michael Anderson, Tony Godfrey, Sarah Kent, Stephen Ellis, Shelley Rice, Bill Berkson, John Gash, Jayne Merkel, Jamey Gambrell, Paula Harper, Eva Sperling Cockcroft, Richard Prince, Bruce Nauman, Terry Winters, Nadar, Albert York, Christopher White, Peter Paul Rubens, James F. O'Gorman, H.H. Richardson, Ilya Kabakov, Gordon Matta-Clark, Gérard Garouste, Robert Bordo, Gerald Incandela, Richard Rezac, David Humphrey, Kiki Smith, Aaron Fink, Peter Ambrose, Mary Obering, Duncan Hannah, Jane Freilicher, Paul Resika, Gretna Campbell, Paul Waldman, David Craven, Lorraine Shemesh, Livio Saganic, Howard Kanovitz, Howard Kalish, Avner Moriah, Ching Ho Cheng, Robert Kaupelis, Bruno Ceccobelli, Mark Kostabi, Kevin Wolff, Thomas Chimes, Meg Cranston, Gerard Albanese, Mary Jones, Adrian Wiszniewski, Anish Kapoor

September 1988 issue of Art in America. Edited by Elizabeth C. Baker, with written contributions by Joan Simon, Eleanor Hartley, Holland Cotter, John Ash, Stephen Westfall, Brooks Adams, Ken Johnson, Paul Smith, Carl Little, Walter Thompson, Suzaan Boettger, Gerrit Henry, Lawrence Campbell, Walter Thompson, Donald B. ... [details]

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Artforum
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  • 26.5 x 26.5 cm.
  • 190 pp.
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Artforum

Vol. 38, No. 9 (May 2000)

Jack Bankowsky, Lee Smith, Emily Erikson, Richard Shone, Katy Siegel, Rachel Withers, David Frankel, Tom Holert, Walter Hopps, Katy Siegel, Saul Anton, Rachel Greene, Jan Tumlir, Kent Jones, Giorgio Verzotti, Frances Richard, Mason Klein, Donald Kuspit, Tom Breidenbach, Thad Ziolkowski, Barry Schwabsky, Jan Avgikos, Julie Caniglia, Nico Israel, Jenifer P. Borum, James Yood, Bruce Hainley, Christopher Miles, Lisa Gabrielle Mark, Katia Canton, Pablo Llorca, Marco Meneguzzo, Miriam Rosen, Yilmaz Dziewior, Jennifer Allen, Anne Pontégnie, James Hall, James Welling

Issue edited by Jack Bankowsky. Essays "Regional Exhibitions: Forty Shows Worldwide"; " News: Lee Smith on Hans Haacke," by Lee Smith; "US Shorts," by Emily Erikson; "Travel Brief: Exhibitions on the Road"; "From the Vault: Richard Shone on 'Encounters' at London's National Gallery," by Richard Shone; "World Report: Katy Siegel on Manifesta 3 and the Lyon Biennale 2000," by Katy Siegel; "World Report: Rachel Withers on the New Curators at the London ICA," by Rachel Withers; "International Shorts," by Rachel Withers; "James Coleman: Opening Lines," by David Frankel; "Stephen Prina: Flaming Feature," by Tom Holert; "Robert Rauschenberg's 'Holiday Ruse (Night Shade),' 1991," by Walter Hopps; "Lisa Yuskavage: Blonde Ambition," by Katy Siegel; "A Thousand Words: Doug Aitken," by Saul Anton; "Web Work: A History of Internet Art" by Rachel Greene; "Openings: Heidi Kidon," by Jan Tumlir. ... [details]

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  • 155 pp.
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Artforum

Vol. 39, No. 2 (October 2000)

Jack Bankowsky, Yve-Alain Bois, Peter Plagens, James Hall, Douglas Coupland, Dennis Cooper, Kent Jones, Daniel Pinchbeck, Howard Hampton, Steve Dietz, Benedict Seymour, Lee Smith, John Tremblay, Dave Hickey, Saul Anton, Dennis Cooper, Mike Kelley, Vince Aletti, Christopher Münch, Lodge Kerrigan, Giorgio Verzotti, Richard Shiff, Jeff Weinstein, Harry Cooper, Astrid Wege, Rachel Withers, David Frankel, Julie Caniglia, Frances Richard, Nico Israel, Thad Ziolkowski, Meghan Dailey, Barry Schwabsky, Donald Kuspit, Jenifer P. Borum, Eileen Neff, James Yood, Michael Odom, Christopher Miles, Alessandra Pioselli, Hans Rudolf Reust, Wolf Jahn, Noemi Smolik, Jennifer Allen, Anne Pontégnie, Michael Archer, John Wesley

Issue edited by Jack Bankowsky. Essays "Books: Yve-Alain Bois on 'Challenging Art: Artforum 1962-1974," by Yve-Alain Bois; "News: Peter Plagens on Madeleine Grynsztejn," by Peter Plagens; "News: James Hall on Kasper König," by James Hall; "Design: Douglas Coupland on Verner Panton," by Douglas Coupland; "Film: Dennis Cooper on Lars von Trier's 'Dancer in the Dark,'" by Dennis Cooper; "Film: Kent Jones on Edward Yang's 'Yi Yi,'" by Kent Jones; "Film: Daniel Pinchbeck on Jean Roche," by Daniel Pinchbeck; "Film: Howard Hampton on Jean-Luc Godard," by Howard Hampton; "Hotlist: Steve Dietz," by Steve Dietz; "Hotlist: Benedict Seymour on Browersday," by Benedict Seymour; "Music: Lee Smith on Michel Houellebecq," by Lee Smith; "Top Ten," by John Tremblay; "Touché Boucher: John Wesley's Gallant Subjects," by Dave Hickey; "A Thousand Words: Vik Muniz," by Saul Anton; "Trauma Club," Dennis Cooper talks with Mike Kelley; "Fashion Victor: The Photography of Alexei Hay," by Vince Aletti; "Spurning Tricks," Christopher Münch talks with Lodge Kerrigan; "Openings: Alessandra Tesi," by Giorgio Verzotti. ... [details]

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  • 158 pp.
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Artforum

Vol. 39, No. 4 (December 2000)

Jack Bankowsky, Dave Eggers, A.M. Homes, Pierre Apraxine, Rick Moody, J.G. Ballard, Lou Reed, Jeremy Scott, Douglas Coupland, Richard Howard, Karim Rashid, Homi K. Bhabha, Patrick McGrath, Bruce Wagner, John Kelly, David Sylvester, Bernard Tschumi, Kimberly Peirce, Alain de Botton, Viktor & Rolf, John Zorn, Alice Quinn, John Waters, Susan Sontag, Ian Birnie, Kent Jones, Linda Nochlin, Dave Hickey, Robert Storr, Rosalind Krauss, Mark Dion, Arthur C. Danto, Carlos Basualdo, Herbert Muschamp, James Welling, Richard Shiff, Walter Hopps, James Meyer, Katy Siegel, Glenn O'Brien, David Rimanelli, Ralph Rugoff, Robert Rosenblum, Daniel Birnbaum, Wayne Koestenbaum, Vince Aletti, Bruce Hainley, Lisa Liebmann, Dennis Cooper, Barry Schwabsky, Libby Lumpkin, Dan Cameron, George Baker, Martha Schwendener, David Frankel, Jan Avgikos, Donald Kuspit, Nico Israel, Frances Richard, Tom Breidenbach, Francine Koslow Miller, Meghan Dailey, Christopher Miles, Yishai Jusidman, José Luis Brea, Marco Meneguzzo, Francesca Pasini, Sabine Vogel, Jennifer Allen, Miriam Rosen, Sven Lütticken, Michael Archer, James Hall, Adriano Pedrosa, Charles Green, Valérie Breuvart

Issue edited by Jack Bankowsky. Essays "Best of 2000," by Dave Eggers, A.M. Homes, Pierre Apraxine, Rick Moody, J.G. Ballard, Lou Reed, Jeremy Scott, Douglas Coupland, Richard Howard, Karim Rashid, Homi K. ... [details]

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Artforum

Vol. 40, No. 1 (September 2001)

Jack Bankowsky, Marco Livingstone, Robert Rosenblum, Kent Jones, Eduardo Kac, Reena Jana, Jean-Max Colard, Peter Plagens, Lisa Ruyter, Eric C. Banks, David M. Lubin, Meghan Dailey, Kate Bush, Rachel Withers, Daniel Birnbaum, Robert Storr, Daniel Soutif, Benjamin H.D. Buchloh, Richard Flood, Katy Siegel, Maurizio Cattelan, Alexander Alberro, Vince Aletti, Eileen Myles, Jean-Pierre Criqui, Michael Archer, Ron Mueck, Thomas Crow, Nico Israel, Isabelle Graw, George Baker, Alexi Worth, Frances Richard, Barry Schwabsky, David Frankel, Martha Schwendener, Gregory Williams, Donald Kuspit, Tom Breidenbach, Francine Koslow Miller, Joan Seeman Robinson, James Yood, Michael Odom, Bruce Hainley, Christopher Miles, Alexandre Melo, Pablo Llorca, Giorgio Verzotti, Massimo Carboni, Hans Rudolf Reust, Noemi Smolik, Lars Bang Larsen, Jos Van den Bergh, Mats Stjernstedt, Caoimhín Mac Giolla Léith

Issue edited by Jack Bankowsky. Essays "First Break: Marco Livingstone on Gilbert & George," by Marco Livingstone; "Passages: Robert Rosenblum on David Sylvester," by Robert Rosenblum; "Film: Kent Jones on Richard Linklater," by Kent Jones; "Hotlist," by Eduardo Kac; "Hotlist: Reena Jana on Ars Electronica 2001," by Reena Jana; "Books/TV: Jean-Max Colard on Catherine Millet," by Jean-Max Colard; "Books/TV: Peter Plagens on 'Art:21," by Peter Plagens; "Top Ten," by Lisa Ruyter; "10-20-30: Eric Banks on Artforum, September 1971" by Eric C. ... [details]

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Artforum
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  • 170 pp.
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