Select Titles by Artists Currently Featured in Venice and Museums
Revised & Expanded Edition
A fully updated and expanded edition of the artist's first comprehensive monograph, more than a decade since its original publication.
This overview documents how the artist’s work, currently on view in the Venice Biennale, challenged conventions of material and form.
A crucial record of the artist’s extraordinary paintings, which can also be seen in the Biennale’s main exhibition, curated by Cecilia Alemani.
Marlene Dumas: Myths & Mortals
Dive into the artist’s monumental nude figures, many of which are currently included in Dumas’s major exhibition at the Palazzo Grassi in Venice.
This book showcases the artist’s conceptual rigor, use of everyday materials, reduced formal vocabulary, and installations, also highlighted in exhibitions at the Bourse de Commerce, Paris, and the Museum of Contemporary Art Toronto.
Yayoi Kusama: Every Day I Pray for Love
Known for her immersive installations—two of which are now on view at the Hirshhorn—this book is the artist’s most personal to date, giving insight into language’s role in the artist’s practice and life.
Joan Mitchell: I carry my landscapes around with me
Celebrate the Baltimore Museum of Art’s current Mitchell exhibition with this book showcasing the artist’s ability to depict continuity and rupture through abstraction.
Oscar Murillo: Frequencies
Explore Murillo’s long-term collaborative project with school students in view of his current show at the Saint Louis Art Museum and forthcoming major exhibition in Venice, which will include Frequencies.
Alice Neel: Freedom
Like the artist’s current show at the de Young Museum in San Francisco, Freedom demonstrates how Neel challenged the traditional perceptions of sexuality, motherhood, and beauty in our society.
Jason Rhoades: PeaRoeFoam
In 2002, the artist—whose works are on view at the Whitney Biennial—created a “revolutionary material” called PeaRoeFoam. This seminal publication is the first to examine and situate it within Rhoades’s practice.
Bridget Riley: Past into Present
In time for the Yale Center for British Art’s survey of the artist’s work, Past into Present focuses on Riley’s new body of work that returns to earlier ideas and takes them in further and surprising directions.