The Spotlight Collection
Featuring new work by leading contemporary artists, these collectible books offer the perfect primer on a wide variety of artists from Marcel Dzama to Wolfgang Tillmans.
Read more on the series here.
Michael Borremans Fire from the Sun
The first in a series of small-format publications devoted to single bodies of work, Fire from the Sun highlights Michaël Borremans’s new work, which features toddlers engaged in playful but mysterious acts with sinister overtones and insinuations of violence.
Wolfgang Tillmans: DZHK Book 2018
Presenting recent developments in Wolfgang Tillmans’s portraiture and still lifes, Wolfgang Tillmans: DZHK Book 2018 features a broad selection of new and recent works that respond to their surroundings while at the same time embodying a self-contained environment.
Oscar Murillo: the build-up of content and information
The Colombian-born, London-based artist Oscar Murillo is known for an inventive practice that encompasses paintings, works on paper, installations, actions, live events, collaborative projects, and videos. Taken as a whole, his body of work demonstrates a sustained emphasis on the notion of cultural exchange and the multiple ways in which ideas, languages, and even everyday items are displaced, circulated, and increasingly intermingled.
Marcel Dzama: Crossing the Line
Lying deep within the urban metropolis of Hong Kong, Happy Valley is one of the most iconic racecourses in the world. It is also the chief source of inspiration for a new body of work by American artist Marcel Dzama.
Neo Rauch: PROPAGANDA
One of the most influential figurative painters of his generation, Neo Rauch presents bold, new work in PROPAGANDA.
Thomas Ruff: Transforming Photography
Over the course of his three-decade career, Thomas Ruff has taken up many approaches to photography in his investigation into the status of the image in contemporary culture.
Carol Bove: Ten Hours
This volume presents new work by “sculpture’s woman of steel,” as coined by Randy Kennedy in The New York Times. Her new sculptures expand on her investigations of materiality and form.
Rose Wylie: painting a noun...
Celebrated British painter Rose Wylie—whose works are at once tactile, cerebral, and humorous—often draws her influence from a wide range of popular culture. Here her newest body of work references memories from her own life and mimics the way memories evolve and change over time.
Sherrie Levine: Hong Kong Dominoes
Exploring the development of groundbreaking artist Sherrie Levine’s work, this catalogue looks at four series central to her practice.
Publisher: David Zwirner Books