$100 THE ART BOOK: Janet Taylor Pickett 40+ images of Janet's work in a beautifully bound art book. Includes images of the artist at work, the stories behind each work, and a critical essay by a major museum curator.
<b>Selected by writer and curator Marvin Heiferman:</b> "Images of the moon--the largest and most widely watched object in our universe--fuel both fantasies and research. The Moon: 1968 – 1972 is an eerily placid and provocative little book, featuring stark but spectacular photos from NASA’s Apollo archives that juxtapose sight-seeing, science and the sublime.”
(Montlake Romance) When a mysterious package lands on Louisa Hancock’s doorstep, the Philadelphia museum curator can hardly anticipate the nightmare that’s about to envelop her. The package is addressed to her father—an expert in Viking culture—and inside is a ninth-century sword, a chilling thank-you note, and photos of two dead bodies in a tableau evoking a Nordic funeral. The gruesome images match a recent crime scene...
The thing about books is that they're not very much good when they're closed and wedged into a shelf. At the same time, no sensible curator would let you put your grubby little mitts on a 250-year-old treasure. So, starting in 2013, the British Library began scanning thousands of books
https://flic.kr/s/aHsjQX1QNw | Book Covers found by the community from the Mechanical Curator Collection | See more: flickr.com/photos/britishlibrary/tags/cover A beautiful array of book covers and title pages, found by the flickr community by way of the 'cover' tag. Visit our blog for more information on our 1 Million public domain Flickr Commons upload.
New Book: Material Girls / editor, Jennifer Matotek ; managing editor: Blair Fornwald, 2015. Featuring installation images and critical essays by the exhibition curator and guest writers, Material Girls documents the exhibition of the same name bringing together Canadian and international female artists, including: Christi Belcourt, Karin Bubas, Raphaelle de Groot, Jodie Mack, Ran Hwang, Felice Koenig, Sarah Anne Johndon, Dominique Rey.
This new publication -- the first and only reprint since the original 1952 edition -- is a meticulous facsimile of the original book that launched the artist to international fame, with an additional booklet on the history of The Decisive Moment by Centre Pompidou curator Clément Chéroux.