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Snapshots of a dream

by Dario Migliorati

Opening this visual book gives the pleasant impression of stepping into a dream, while discovering a new form of art and undertaking a journey full of snapshots of unexplored scenarios, in a manner similar to...

Naples Faces and Places: Paintings by Janine Wesselmann

by Janine Wesselmann

Janine Wesselmann is known globally for her parodies of European and American social life, and has been listed in "Who's Who in the World" and "Who's Who of American Women" since 1983.

Born in New York, and...

The Portrait in Clay

by Peter Rubino

Simulating a workshop studio course, this book provides action-photography sequences that enable readers to observe every step a master sculptor takes in building a portrait in clay.

Dance to the Piper

by Agnes De Mille & Joan Acocella

Born into a family of successful playwrights and producers, Agnes de Mille was determined to be an actress. Then one day she witnessed the Russian ballet dancer Anna Pavlova, and her life was altered forever....


by Kathleen Olmstead

The Untold History of Television provides an exciting glimpse behind the scenes of the groundbreaking series that have defined the landscape of popular culture.

At Olivia Pope & Associates, scandal rules the...

Simply Inspired: sea glass & nature's gifts

by Linda Kathryn Frothingham

Reflections, thoughts, and images to enrich everyday living. Be stirred by meaningfulness in your day-to-day life. Envision a new awareness of gifts of nature. Treat others with kindness and a smile. Let this...

The wider benefits of investment in cultural heritage

by Collectif

Dozens of investments have been made in cultural monuments and historic environments in the countries of South-East Europe over the last decade in accordance with the principles of the European Union and Council...

How to Write Music

by Clement A. Harris

It is reasonable to expect that a musician shall be at least an accurate and legible writer as well as a reader of the language of his Art. The immense increase in the amount of music published, and its cheapness,...

How to Dress an Apple Shaped Body

by Marie Rowland

No matter how often you hear that you look great or that you’re luckier than others, it’s still impossible to avoid the ever-present pressure to be skinny like a model on a billboard. Advertising everywhere...

Swimming With The Devilfish

by Des Wilson

Dave "The Devilfish" Ulliott has taken the poker world by storm since beginning to play at the age of 16. A world-class player, he is one of the most feared players on the ever-burgeoning global poker circuit....

The Scenes We Made: An Oral History of Experimental Theatre in Mumbai

by Shanta Gokhale

Mumbai’s theatre scene is a dynamic and creative space that has continuously inspired young theatre practitioners from the 1960s to the present day. It is filled with lessons learned and unlearned, techniques...

A Companion to Wong Kar-wai

by Martha P. Nochimson

With 25 essays that embrace a wide spectrum of topics and perspectives including intertextuality, transnationality, gender representation, repetition, the use of music, color, and sound, depiction of time and...

How to judge architecture

by Russell Sturgis

IN trying to train the mind to judge of works of architecture, one can never be too patient. It is very easy to hinder one’s growth in knowledge by being too ready to decide. The student of art who is much...

Yesterday is Forever: Nostalgia and Pixar Animation Studios

by Josh Spiegel

Since its first feature film in 1995, Pixar Animation Studios has often been treated, rightly, as a powerful, influential, and forward-thinking animation company. However, many of its films are incredibly besotted...

The Spectacle of Skill: New and Selected Writings of Robert Hughes

by Robert Hughes & Adam Gopnik

“I am completely an elitist, in the cultural but emphatically not the social sense. I prefer the good to the bad, the articulate to the mumbling, the aesthetically developed to the merely primitive, and full...

Bang Bang

by Bang Bang

“I always bring Bang Bang in for my most special tattoos—the ones my touring team and I get at the end of a tour to commemorate another successful journey together. Each time, he’s created the definitive...

THROUGH THE HEADS To Balmoral, Sydney

by Claire Mitchell

Claire Mitchell is a local resident with a passion for her environment, including magnificent Balmoral. ‘Through The Heads To Balmoral, Sydney’ follows and expands on her previous book ‘Mosman Meanders...

Architecture: Classic and Early Christian

by T. Roger Smith & John Slater

This handbook is intended to give such an outline of the Architecture of the Ancient World, and of that of Christendom down to the period of the Crusades, as, without attempting to supply the minute information...

Architecture: Gothic and Renaissance

by T. Roger Smith

THE history, the features, and the most famous examples of European architecture, during a period extending from the rise of the Gothic, or pointed, style in the twelfth century to the general depression which...

Mastering Exposure: How Great Photography Begins

by Mark Chen

In photography, every decision, creative and technical, rides on achieving a good exposure. When shooting portraits or products, landscapes or architecture, we must control our camera’s settings to ensure...