ADAM, HUBERTUS, JEHLE-SCHULTE STRATHAUS, ULRIKE & URSPRUNG, PHILIP. Theo Hotz Architecture 1949-2002. Text in English and German.
EICHINGER, HENNING & MCCORMICK, MAGGIE. SkypeLab: Transcontinental Faces and Spaces. Ein Künstlerisches Forschungsprojekt Auf Drei Kontinenten. SkypeLab is a research laboratory of students all over the world within increasingly expanding networks across universities, cities, continents as well as disciplines and mediums. SkypeLab purposefully brings artists together within differing time zones, seasons and cultures mediated through digital screens where all are collapsed into a common experiential space. The experiences from this project, insights and new ways of integrating digital tools into art and design are shown in workshops and exhibitions over 3 continents. This publication documents results from the participating artists and curators from Melbourne, Shanghai and Reutlingen as well as the exhibition in the Staedtische Galerie Reutlingen in 2016. Exhibition: Städtische Galerie, Reutlingen, Germany (27.02-10.04.2016).
TONNARD, ELISABETH. They Were Like Poetry. After a Suggestion by James Joyce. No.12 in an edition of 100 copies.
TEMKIN, ANN Abstract Expressionism at the Museum of Modern Art. Selections from the Collection. Reproduces a selection of more than one hundred paintings, prints, drawings, and sculptures from the Museum's extensive collection of abstract expressionist works.
BRUYN, JEAN-PIERRE DE & MEUL, MAURICE. De Keizerskapel te Antwerpen.
KLIMT, GUSTAV. Zeichnungen aus Albertina- und Privatbesitz.
BEUYS, JOSEPH & SCHELLMANN, JÖRG (CURATED BY). Joseph Beuys: Iphigenie. English text.
BORSI, FRANCO. Bramante. Catalogico critico a cura di Stefano Borsi. Italian text.
PLIMPTON, GEORGE. The Paris Review Book. Of Heartbreak, Madness, Sex, Love, Betrayal, Outsiders, Intoxication, War, Whimsy, Horrors, God, Death, Dinner, Baseball, Travels, The Art of Writing, and Everything Else in the World Since 1953. An anthology celebrating the fiftieth anniversary of the ParisReview offers stories, poems, thoughts, and observations by such authors as W.H. Auden, William Faulkner, Jack Kerouac, and Ian McEwan.
SCHAPIRO, MEYER. Modern Art. 19th and 20th centuries. Selected papers.
SØRENSEN, THORBJØRN From Nature. From Nature features the watercolors of Norwegian artist Thorbjorn Sörensen (born 1961), which display fragments of nature: a mound, a twig, tufts of grass or a bird. Expressing Sörensen’s desire to paint small, insignificant plants, the series revolves around the inconspicuous.
KUIPERS, REINOLD. De boekvormer. Nieuwjaarsuitgave 2009-2010.
JAY, MIKE High Society. Mind-altering Drugs in History and Culture. High Society explores the spectrum of drug use across the globe and throughout history, from its roots in animal intoxication to its future in designer neurochemicals. Designed to accompany the 2010 Wellcome Collection exhibition, and beautifully illustrated with rarely seen material from the museums collections, this striking, lyrical book puts its controversial subject into the widest possible context.
FERINO-PAGDEN, SYLVIA. Der späte Tizian und die Sinnlichkeit der Malerei.
DAVENPORT, GUY Objects on a Table. Harmonious Disarray in Art and Literature. These four essays on still life, dip into the full history of this art form, touching on neolithic cave paintings, the Dutch masters, Cezanne, Van Gogh, even photography and the collage.
BECKETT, SAMUEL; AUSTER, PAUL; Novels Volume II: Molly, Malone Dies, The Unnamable, How It Is. Edited by Paul Auster, Salman Rushdie, Introduction.
MEIRE, JOHAN De stilte van de Salient. De herinnering aan de Eerste Wereldoorlog rond Ieper.
HANCOCK, PAUL L. & SKINNER, BRIAN J. The Oxford Companion to the Earth.
KEULKS, GAVIN Martin Amis. Postmodernism and Beyond. This is the first collection of original essays ever published on Martin Amis, one of England's most controversial and critically acclaimed authors. Impressively international in scope, it assembles the ideas of twelve scholars from six different countries to clarify the major trends and transitions in Amis's work. In essays that cover each of his novels as well as previously ignored non-fiction essays, it will become an authoritative resource for scholars, students and fans of Amis's work in general.
KABAKOV, ILYA. Okno. Das Fenster The Window. Der aus dem Fenster schauende Archipow/ Arkhipov looking through the window. Texte/ Texts Jean-Hubert Martin, Claudia Jolles.