Book of the Day! Yayoi Kusama: Infinity

kusamaDocuments the Japanese artist’s first retrospective in Scandinavia, at the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art in Humlebaek. Presents a selection of Kusama’s youth works from Japan, alongside a new series of paintings specifically created for the show. Also includes a special feature on the artist’s involvement with fashion and design during the 1960s.

Publication details as follows:

Laurberg, Marie, Jo Applin, Stefan Wurrer, Yayoi Kusama, et al:  Yayoi Kusama. Infinity.  Exhibition: Helsinki, HAM – Helsinki Art Museum; Humlebaek, Louisiana Museum of Modern Art; Oslo, Henie Onstad Kunstsenter and Stockholm, Moderna Museet, 2015. 128 pages, fully illustrated in colour. Hardback. 21.5 x 26cms.  £ 30.00

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Now Available! Alighiero e Boetti Catalogue Raisonné Volume 3

108303Volume 3 of the catalogue raisonné on Alighiero Boetti (1940-1994) will be published in 2 parts; the first, now available, focuses on the maps, embroideries, biro drawings and ‘aerei’ (planes) created by the artist between 1980 and 1987 – grouped first by type and then date.

Publication details as follows:

Ammann, Jean-Christophe:  Alighiero Boetti Catalogo Generale. Tomo Terzo 1980-1987.  Volume 3. Milan: 2015. 320 pages, fully illustrated. Hardback in a slipcase. 25 x 28cms. Text in Italian. £ 110.00

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Also available on Alighiero e Boetti:

103770Soldaini, Antonella, Giovan Battista Salerno, Mario Codognato, et al:  Alighiero e Boetti.  Exhibition: London, Whitechapel Art Gallery, 1999. 88 pages, illustrated throughout in colour. Paperback. 24.5 x 29cms.  £ 100.00

New Catalogue: Ai Weiwei @ Helsinki

Ai Weiwei0001Running parallel to Ai Weiwei’s major retrospective at the Royal Academy in London, this exhibition takes wood as its theme – a significant material in both Chinese and Finnish culture. Presents 27 works in total – from the 1980s to today – with two new works ‘White House’ and ‘Garbage Container’ on display for the first time. This not only marks the artist’s first solo show in Finland, but the reopening of the Helsinki Art Museum. Includes a fascinating essay on the roots of Ai Weiwei’s art in Dadaism.

Publication details as follows:

Tanninen-Mattila, Maija, Erja Pusa, Heli Harni and Pertti Seppala:  Ai Weiwei @ Helsinki.  Exhibition: Helsinki, HAM – Helsinki Art Museum, 2015. Edition limited to 700 copies. 135 pages, illustrated throughout in colour. Paperback. 24 x 30cms.  £ 38.00

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Now In Stock! New Ellsworth Kelly Catalogue Raisonné

108353Compiled in close collaboration with the artist, this first volume documents the paintings, sculptures and reliefs produced by Ellsworth Kelly (b. 1923) during his time as a student at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, then as a young artist working in Paris, until his return to the United States in 1954.

Publication details as follows:

Bois, Yve-Alain:  Ellsworth Kelly. Catalogue Raisonné of Paintings, Reliefs, and Sculpture, Volume One, 1940-1953.  Vol 1. Paris: 2015. 383 pages, with 400 colour illustrations. Hardback. 29.5 x 27.9cms.  £ 275.00

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Available Now: Tracy Emin | Egon Schiele. Where I Want To Go.

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Winiarczyk, Karol, Tracy Emin | Egon Schiele. Where I Want To Go. 2015, 136 pages, 91 colour images, Paperback. 23 x 30cms.

Catalogue in German and English for the current exhibition at the Leopold Museum, Vienna. Curated by Karol Winiarczyk and Diethard Leopold.

The exhibition is Emin’s first solo show in Austria and features more than 80 of her works. She includes her first sound installation alongside Schiele’s works on paper. The catalogue features an extensive interview between Winiarczyk and Emin, and text by Thomas Trummer. Includes some of Schiele’s poems.

£35

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New in Today! The Art of Kazuo Shiraga and Sadamasa Motonaga

Examines the importance of two prominent post-war Gutai artists, Kazuo Shiraga (1924-2008) and Sadamasa Motonaga (1922-2011), who were known for their unorthodox artistic techniques, which involved experiments with smoke and water in the case of Motonaga, and painting with Shiraga’s feet. Includes interviews with the artists, translated into English for the first time. Details as follows:

Hiroyasu, Ando, Gabriel Ritter, Kawasaki Koichi, et al:  Between Action and the Unknown: The Art of Kazuo Shiraga and Sadamasa Motonaga.  Exhibition: Dallas, Dallas Musuem of Fine Arts, 2015. 160 pages, fully illustrated in colour. Hardback. 27.4 x 22.6cms. £ 30.00

Also available on Shiraga:104768Koichi Kawasaki, Alfred Pacquement et al:  Kazuo Shiraga.  Exhibition: New York, Dominique Levy Gallery, 2015. 302 pages. illustrated throughout in colour and black and white. Hardback. 30.5 x 23.5cms.  The first definitive English-language monograph on Shiraga’s work, featuring a complete facsimile of the artist’s personal scrapbook. £ 70.00To place an order, please contact the bookshop at artbooks@heneage.com, or call us on +44 (0)20 7930 9223

 

Now Available! Signed Copies of ‘Who Is Sleeping On My Pillow: Mamma Andersson | Jockum Nordström’

104235Reprint of the catalogue published on the occasion of the Swedish artist couples’ exhibition with David Zwirner Gallery in 2010, presenting work from the late 1980s. The republication coincides with Nordström’s (b.1963)  current show ‘For The Insects And The Hounds’ at David Zwirner Gallery in London and Andersson’s (b. 1962) forthcoming January exhibition with the gallery in New York.

Details as follows:

Colombo, Paolo, Stig Claesson:  Who Is Sleeping On My Pillow: Mamma Andersson | Jockum Nordström.  Exhibition: London, David Zwirner and New York, David Zwirner, 2014. 248 pages, illustrated throughout in colour. Signed by both artists on the title page, in black ink. Hardback. 25 x 30cms.  £ 100.00

Also available on Karin Mamma Andersson:

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Hentschel, Martin and Elfriede Jelinek:  Mamma Andersson. Dog Days.  Exhibition: Krefeld, Museum Haus Esters, 2012. 104 pages, fully illustrated in colour. Hardback. 24 x 30cms.
100129   £ 50.00

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New in Today! Edward Ruscha: Catalogue Raisonné of the Works on Paper

The first in a projected 3 volume catalogue raisonné to document the collages, sketches, and preparatory studies created by the American artist  (b. 1937) during the first two decades of his career. Includes collection details, full chronological provenance, exhibition history and bibliographic references for each work.

Details as follows:

Turvey, Lisa and Harry Cooper:  Edward Ruscha: Catalogue Raisonné of the Works on Paper, Volume 1: 1956-1976.  New Haven and London: 2014. 452 pages, with 1036 colour and 16 black and white illustrations. Hardback. £ 145.00

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Limited Edition Now Available! Justin Adian: Strangers.

silver_justin0Published on the occasion of the American artist’s first exhibition in the U.K.

Adian, Justin:  Justin Adian: Strangers.  Exhibition: London, Skarstedt Gallery, 2014. From an edition limited to 360 copies, each individually spray-painted by the artist, numbered and signed. Available in pink, gold and silver. 85 pages, illustrated in colour throughout. Hardback. 22 x 16.5cms.  £ 125.00

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Book of the Day: On The Track Of Richard Long

103572Jungian analyst Juliet Miller considers the relationship between psychotherapy and creativity in the work of British landscape artist Richard Long (b. 1945) and tracks the power of the artist’s work to ‘get inside’ the viewer. Based upon interviews with the artist, and structured through themes of the body, walking and circles, this imaginative text offers a new perspective on the way we experience art.

Details as follows:

Miller, Juliet:  On The Track Of Richard Long.  Norwich: 2014. 128 pages. Hardback. 16 x 24cms.
£ 18.00

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