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Photography Theory

by James Elkins

Photography Theory presents forty of the world's most active art historians and theorists, including Victor Burgin, Joel Snyder, Rosalind Krauss, Alan Trachtenberg, Geoffrey Batchen and Carol Squiers in animated...


How to Cheat in 3ds Max 2014: Get Spectacular Results Fast

by Michael McCarthy

Established authority on 3ds Max - Michael McCarthy - shares his secrets on creative and effective Max tips and tricks.


Analyzing Art and Aesthetics

by Anne Collins Goodyear & Margaret A. Weitekamp

This ninth volume of the Artefacts series explores how artists have responded to developments in science and technology, past and present. Rather than limiting the discussion to art alone, editors Anne Collins...


Interactive Design for New Media and the Web

by Nick Iuppa

First Published in 2001. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.


20@OMI: Celebrating Twenty Years of Creativity and Community

by Leslie Alan Horvitz, Ross Willows & Joan Kaghan

A celebration in words and pictures, 20@OMI offers a vivid portrait of a renowned international, nonprofit arts center in upstate New York. This handsome, lavishly illustrated volume recounts how Art Omi grew...


Fired Up With Raku: Over 300 Raku Recipes

by Irene Poulton

The origins of raku can be traced back hundreds of years to Japan, where it was used as the traditional method of creating clay bowls for the tea ceremony. Over the years potters have embraced and adapted the...


Creating Exhibitions: Collaboration in the Planning, Development, and Design of Innovative Experiences

by Polly McKenna-Cress & Janet Kamien

“This is a must-read for the nervous novice as well as the world-weary veteran. The book guides you through every aspect of exhibit making, from concept to completion. The say the devil is in the details,...


Explore Everything: Place-Hacking the City

by Bradley Garrett

Plotting adventures from London, Paris, Eastern Europe, Detroit, Chicago and Las vegas, uncovering the tunnels below the city as well as scaling the highest skyscrapers, Bradley Garrett has evaded urban security...


Directing for Animation: Everything You Didn't Learn in Art School

by Tony Bancroft

A star cast of animation directors enlighten on the art and savvy behind the new animation classics


American Theology, Superhero Comics, and Cinema: The Marvel of Stan Lee and the Revolution of a Genre

by Anthony Mills

Stan Lee, who was the head writer of Marvel Comics in the early 1960s, co-created such popular heroes as Spider-Man, Hulk, the X-Men, the Fantastic Four, Iron Man, Thor, and Daredevil. This book traces the ways...


Visual Arts and the Law: A Handbook for Professionals

by Judith B Prowda

This essential handbook offers art professionals and collectors an accessible legal analysis of important principles in art law, as well as a practical guide to legal rights when creating, buying, selling and...


Movie Storyboards

by Fionnuala Halligan

This comprehensive and enlightening collection—the first of its kind—features storyboard art from the last 100 years, covering more than 50 classic, cult, and popular films. Much of the artwork included...


The Curatorial: A Philosophy of Curating

by Jean-Paul Martinon

Stop curating! And think what curating is all about. This book starts from this simple premise: thinking the activity of curating. To do that, it distinguishes between 'curating' and 'the curatorial'. If 'curating'...


Interrogating Trauma: Collective Suffering in Global Arts and Media

by Mick Broderick & Antonio Traverso

Throughout the past century, traumatic experiences have been re-enacted frequently by evolving media and art forms. Now there is a significant body of theory across academic disciplines focused on the representation...


Wall Works: Selected Writings and Performances

by Silvia Ziranek

Selected writings and performance scripts from visual artist Silvia Ziranek.


World of Physical Culture in Sport: Visual Methods for Qualitative Research

by Cassandra Phoenix & Brett Smith

Within qualitative research in the social sciences, the last decade has witnessed a growing interest in the use of visual methods. Visual Methods in Physical Culture is the first book in the field of sport and...


Audubon's Birds of America: The National Audubon Society Digital Edition

by Roger Tory Peterson & Virginia Marie Peterson

Even before its completion in 1839, John James Audubon’s Birds of America was recognized as a masterpiece of both art and natural science; a great scientist of the day called it the "most magnificent monument...


PUBLIC ART, MEMORIALS AND ATLANTIC

by Celeste-Marie Bernier & Judie Newman

In this collection distinguished American and European scholars, curators and artists discuss major issues concerning the representation and commemoration of slavery, as brought into sharp focus by the 2007...


Three Tunisian Women Artists: Nicène Kossentini, Mouna Karray, Moufida Fedhila

by Michèle Cohen Hadria & Judith Hayward

Michèle Cohen Hadria interviews artists Nicène Kossentini, Mouna Karray and Moufida Fedhila from Tunisia.


The Art Detective: Adventures of an Antiques Roadshow Appraiser

by Philip Mould

The supremely telegenic star of the original Antiques Roadshow dishes up his best tales of uncovering lost masterpieces and unmasking fakes.

How can you tell a masterpiece from a piece of junk?

Philip Mould...