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With Fado Publisher Chelsea House Publications. Publication date April 1, Language English. The wildlife painter and conservationist reflects on the role of art in the preservation of wilderness. Jean-Michel Basquiat Oct. This assessment of the artist's career includes color reproductions of his work. Graficos Mexicanos Oct. Art of British Rock Sept. Color images showcase the innovative designs that emerged from Silicon Valley's backyard.
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Jewelry by Artists: In the Studio — Oct. L'Ecuyer et al. Butler and Catherine de Zegher explores the radical transformation in drawing. Author tour. A Norton Book on Architecture and Design. The curator and collector's memoir includes color plates. The Moment of Caravaggio Sept. Michelangelo: A Life on Paper Nov. More than reproductions of his private papers demonstrate the role of the written word in his public output. Tuscany: Art and Interiors Oct. Architecture at the Royal Academy Nov. Chinese Painting Sept. The second book in the Focus series collects some photos of passageways of all kinds—doors, tunnels, archways, and more.
Signature: Patterns in Gond Art Oct. Some artists and numerous previously unpublished photos spotlight street art and graffiti. Picasso: Peace and Freedom Sept. Graphics, ceramics, and ephemera illustrate this look at Picasso as a politically and socially engaged artist. Man with a Blue Scarf Oct.
Three-dimensional images showcase the artistic innovations of the era. Brenner's journals, accompanied by plus images, portray the "Mexican Renaissance. Black Velvet Art Nov. Eliason, photos by Scott Squire, discusses the meaning and beauty in a popular but often undervalued art form. The Young Vermeer Sept. Doonesbury and the Art of G. Trudeau Nov. Rare and previously unpublished works shed light on his creative process. Michelle Obama Sept. The World of Gloria Vanderbilt Nov. A woman from a Persian-Indian immigrant community fights to make her mark on Wall Street. Untitled Oct. The actress discusses living with anorexia and bulimia.
Baker follows the journey of the wife of former secretary of state James A. Baker III. Brinker charts her change from Susan G. Komen's bereaved sister to leader of this critical movement. The TV journalist describes what she learned during her five months in captivity. Deval Patrick considers building a community of which one can be proud.
Norman Podhoretz Sept. Jeffers studies the influential intellectual who moved from left to right. Dilemma Jan. Albert Cutie. The former poster child of the Roman Catholic Church tells his side of the story about breaking his vows for love. Ronald Reagan Nov.
The official Ronald Reagan centennial publication provides an intimate look at the former president. This study of the former senator coincides with the anniversary of his death. Extraordinary, Ordinary People Oct. The Company We Keep Feb. Frank: The Voice Nov. My Life in Books Sept.
White House Diary Sept. Conversations with Myself Oct.
Roseannearchy: Musings of a Domestic Goddess Jan. Life with Maxie Sept. The NPR host offers glimpses of her life through tales of her Chihuahua. The author contemplates his year career. Personal and comical reflections from the former SNL cast member. The Last Narco Sept. Patti Lupone Sept. The celebrated performer shares her life story. My Spiritual Journey Oct. Mourning Diary Oct. Getting Back to My Me Oct.
The band's official story is told through oral history and copious photos. Untitled Feb. A giant in the leadership field describes a year career. Something to Prove Dec. Thornton follows The Ditchdigger's Daughter, beginning with her becoming the first black woman to be board certified in maternal-fetal medicine. The Journey Sept. Episodes Sept. Life Oct.