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Katsura: Imperial Villa
Katsura: Imperial Villa offers a comprehensive illustrated study of the Katsura Imperial Villa in Japan. Arata Isozaki has compiled the palace's intriguing details with newly commissioned photographs, detailed drawings and historical analysis. The Imperial Villa is an outstanding example of 17th Century Japanese architecture and has inspired many modern designs. The book is a visual feast for any architecture enthusiast.
Music of Painting: Music, Modernism and the Visual Arts from the Romantics to ...
Music of Painting: Music, Modernism and the Visual Arts from the Romantics to John Cage examines the link between music and art after the birth and growth of the Modernist movement. Author Peter Vergo considers critical and philosophical sources in his study of this topic, leading to an inspiring discussion spanning across both art forms.
Creamier: Contemporary Art in Culture: 10 Curators, 100 Contemporary Artists, ...
10 selections of influential new artists, both young and old, hand picked by 10 of the most renowned curators. Discover contemporary artists who are well known, who have emerged over the recent past, who have set the standard. Creamier brings you the cream of the soup in this edition, by revealing 100 of the leading innovative artists.
Area 2 is a carefully put together work with the critiques and opinions of contemporary seminal graphics from 10 of the leading designers and critics. A kaleidoscope of creatives from Ruedi Baur in Paris to Saki Mafundikwa of Zimbabwe share their views, beliefs and favourite emerging talents. An ideal gift for that niece or nephew contemplating a career in design or that grand uncle who prides on being an artsy aficionado.
Venice: The City and its Architecture
From the poetically-named Bridge of Sighs to the grandiose façade of the Basilica di San Marco, the architecture of Venice is one of the most unique and artistic features of the former city state. Author Richard Goy, himself a practicing architect and part-time resident of Venice, disregards the dry chronological tour traditionally taken through design styles. Instead, he focuses on the various social, artistic, geographical and cultural influences that have shaped the domes and canals of Venice throughout its rich history. Venice: The City and Its Architecture is over 300 pages full of colour, interest and insight, with vibrant photographs, original floor plans, paintings, drawings and so much more, to capture your fancy and leave you wanting more.