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  • Brice Marden

    R320

    American artist Brice Marden has had a profound impact on painting today. While there has been a sea change in art movements, Marden has unwaveringly adhered to modernist principles of abstraction. From his early monochrome paintings to landscapes of China or the Greek island, Hydra, composed of vivid and calligraphice loops and webs, Marden’s deeply personal work incorporates multiple art historical and cultural inspirations. This book explores his work.

  • Bridget Riley

    R700

    Bridget Riley is one of Britain’s most celebrated artists, and her career has been distinguished by a series of remarkable innovations. She first attracted critical attention with the dazzling black-and-white paintings she began to make in 1961. Her participation in the seminal exhibition The Responsive Eye at the Museum of Modern Art, New York, in…

  • Bridget Riley: colour, stripes, planes and curves

    R400

    An essential publication for followers of the influential painter Bridget Riley, this exhibition catalog traces the artist’s progress through the agency of stripes, planes and curves through her paintings and studies from the past 30 years. Riley’s early color paintings were strongly influenced by the discoveries of Seurat and the Impressionists.

  • British Artists:J.M.W. Turner

    R175

    This series of affordable monographs focuses on the lives and careers of important British artists from the 18th century to the present day.

    J.M.W. Turner is probably the greatest painter Britain has ever produced.

  • Bruegel

    R180

    Published by Thames & Hudson, 1985

    Walter Gibson dispels the notion of Bruegel the simpleton peasant, instead, he shows us Bruegel the cultivated artist.

  • Bruegel (Colour library series)

    R150


    Pieter Bruegel (c.1525-69) was perhaps the greatest sixteenth-century Flemish painter and he is certainly the most popular today. Surprisingly, fewer than fifty of his works have survived, though his episodes from peasant life, landscapes and religious paintings are familiar to all.

  • By His Will, We Teach Birds How to Fly

    R200

    By His Will is an early, landmark series embodying a mode of work, ideas and an æsthetic that underlie El-Salahi’s larger oeuvre.

  • Calatrava

    R120

    Spanish visionary Santiago Calatrava is renowned around the world as an architect, structural engineer, sculptor, and artist. Famed for bridges as much as buildings, he has made his name with neofuturistic structures that combine deft engineering solutions with dramatic visual impact.

  • Caravaggio. The Complete Works

    R330

    Caravaggio, or more accurately Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio (1571-1610), was always a name to be reckoned with. Notorious bad boy of Italian painting, the artist was at once celebrated and controversial: violent in temper, precise in technique, a creative master, and a man on the run. Today, he is considered one of the greatest influences in all art history. This Bibliotheca Universalis edition offers a neat and comprehensive Caravaggio catalogue raisonne.

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    Carsten Höller: Test Site

    R400

    Carsten Höller is the latest artist to be commissioned to create a piece for Tate Modern’s Turbine Hall. At the forefront of artists of his generation, Höller’s works range from the purely conceptual to the elaborately architectural and are concerned with human behaviour, communal experiences and altered states of mind. Very often they require the…

  • Carsten Holler: Test Site

    R180

    A fascinating record of this major project, Carsten Höller is also a detailed survey of the artist?s entire career.

  • Cézanne

    R120

    In the latter half of the 19th century, in the verdant countryside near Aix-en-Provence, Paul Cézanne (1839–1906), busily plied his brush to landscapes and still lifes that would become anchors of modern art. With compact, intense dabs of paint and bold new approaches to light and space, he mediated the way from Impressionism to the defining movements of the early 20th century and became, in the words of both Matisse and Picasso, “father of us all.”

  • Cezanne (Colour library series)

    R150


    This series acts as an introduction to key artists and movements in art history. Each title contains 48 full-page colour plates, accompanied by extensive notes, and numerous comparative illustrations in colour or black and white, a concise introduction, select bibliography and detailed source information for the images. Monographs on individual artists also feature a brief chronology.

  • Chardin (Colour library series)

    R150


    Jean Simion Chardin (1699-1779) was arguably the most talented French painter of the eighteenth century, best known for his original still lifes. Composed of simple, everyday objects, these works glow with warmth and magic, from the dull iron of the kitchen pans, to the glaze of the green earthenware jug or the shining copper of the cauldron. There is no superfluous detail or search for decorative effect; the beauty of his paintings lies in their minimalism.

  • Chéri Samba: Musée national des Arts d’Afrique et d’Océanie 1997

    R400

    exhibition catalogue of Chéri Samba’s solo show at the Musée national des Arts d’Afrique et d’Océanie, Paris, in 1997

  • Chimera – Janaina Tschape

    R460

    This title offers a lavishly illustrated look at the latest exhibition from innovative contemporary artist Janaina Tschape. In the summer of 2008, German-Brazilian artist Janaina Tschape held a critically acclaimed solo exhibition at the Irish Museum of Modern Art in Dublin. Structured around the genetic form of the fabled Chimera from ancient myth, the exhibition…