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Each weekly spread of this 12-month planner includes a full-color image such as Sleeping Beauty Dancing in the Enchanted Light or Winnie the Pooh I. Features include: Sturdy, fully-designed hard cover Concealed spiral binding Measures 5.75" x 8" closed; 11.5" x 8" open Storage pockets in the front and back of the calendar Year-at-a-glance pages for 2021, 2022, and 2023 12-month calendar runs from January-December 2022 Monthly pages at the front Weekly spreads feature full-color art and space to add events, appointments, and reminders Widely celebrated and nationally recognized holidays and observances Moon phases, based on Universal Time Space for 2023 planning as well as names & numbers in the back Printed on FSC-certified paper with soy-based ink (c) Disney
Presenting unique and in-depth collaborations and editions with leading contemporary artists, Parkett has been the foremost international journal on art for nearly two decades.
Plus, the issue features a special Parkett Inquiry: "Learning from Documenta?" Parkett #65 will feature three of today's most exciting mid-career painters: John Currin, Laura Owens, and Michael Raedecker.
Useful information on important anatomical features, directions on how to handle subjects, and how to express their forms and postures. 224 illus.
Mary Engelbreit's Childhood Days 2022 Monthly/Weekly Planner features: Spiral binding 12 monthly grids Weekly planning pages for 2022 to keep track of events, appointments, and meetings Full-color artwork on each weekly spread Inspirational quotes throughout Space at the back for 2023 planning and to jot down special occasions, children's friends information, names and numbers, and notes Calendar lays flat when open Measures 7" x 9" closed; 14" x 9" open Printed on FSC-certified paper with soy-based ink
Draw along with bestselling author and artist Christopher Hart as he shows you how to draw...anything! In You Can Draw Anything!, acclaimed drawing instructor and author Christopher Hart leads you through a fun, easy, and informative course in learning to draw. Each lesson teaches you how to create one or more specific drawings, while also sharing important art principles that you can apply to many drawings. In classic Christopher Hart style, the lessons are shown step by step with concise but valuable instruction, captions, and helpful hints. The lessons are grouped into chapters that allow you to explore a variety of subjects, including animals, people, flowers and trees, cute stuff, magical themes, and more. It's like taking a course in art school--from the comfort of your own home!
Antonin Artaud is probably the single greatest force on the contemporary stage. In this harrowing play, Charles Marowitz draws on exclusive material obtained from friends and confidantes, depicting a series of imaginary scenes based upon the true incidents of Artaud's life and his incarceration as a madman in the asylum at Rodez. Using Artaud's own Theatre of Cruelty techniques Marowitz tells what is perhaps the cruelest story of all: the way in which society methodically destroys the maverick artist who attempts to defy it. Also included in this edition are exclusive interviews with leading avant-garde figures such as Roger Blin and Arthur Adamov as well as first-hand testimony from Artaud's own psychiatrist, Dr Gaston Ferdiere and Artaud's sister, Marie-Ange Malaussena.
While the demonstrations of Spring 1968 all around the world were not the playing field of DPPI's (Diffusion Presse Photo International) photographers, the latter happily continued to flourish in the extraordinary world of motor racing, the atmosphere of which they captured to perfection. Their purpose was both to translate into images impressions like the frightening average speed per lap of 243 km/hr of the Belgian Grand Prix on the Spa-Francorchamps track or the clearance, complete with major skidding, of a snow-covered pass during the Monte-Carlo Rally, and to serve as complicit witnesses to the mixture of tension and freedom that inhabits these men and women of the racing world who gathered each weekend to share triumph and tragedy. It comes as no surprise that such a concentration of action and emotion made a strong impression on the public and inspired brands and emerging marketing services seeking new channels of communication. Text in English and French.
'Ought to become a classic. It is an enshrinement of [Meades's] intense baroque and catholic cleverness' Roger Lewis, The Times 'One of the foremost prose stylists of his age in any register . . . Probably we don't deserve Meades, a man who apparently has never composed a dull paragraph' Steven Poole, Guardian 'There are more gems in this wonderful book than I could cram into a dozen of these columns' Simon Heffer, Daily Telegraph 'Such a useful and important critic . . . He is very much on the reader's side, bringing his full wit to bear on every single thing he writes' Nicholas Lezard, Spectator This landmark publication collects three decades of writing from one of the most original, provocative and consistently entertaining voices of our time. Anyone who cares about language and culture should have this book in their life. Thirty years ago, Jonathan Meades published a volume of reportorial journalism, essays, criticism, squibs and fictions called Peter Knows What Dick Likes. The critic James Wood was moved to write: 'When journalism is like this, journalism and literature become one.' Pedro and Ricky Come Again is every bit as rich and catholic as its predecessor. It is bigger, darker, funnier and just as impervious to taste and manners. It bristles with wit and pin-sharp eloquence, whether Meades is contemplating northernness in a German forest or hymning the virtues of slang. From the indefensibility of nationalism and the ubiquitous abuse of the word 'iconic', to John Lennon's shopping lists and the wine they call Black Tower, the work assembled here demonstrates Meades's unparalleled range and erudition, with pieces on cities, artists, sex, England, France, concrete, faith, politics, food, history and much, much more.
This is the first monograph on Arne Quinze (b.1971), an internationally known Belgian contemporary artist, painter and sculptor. He is best known for his monumental outdoor sculptures, which can be found all over the world. This book gathers his large-scale work, and includes other mediums he works in, including paintings, smaller sculptures, and light installations. With 500 images, an elaborate essay by Xavier Roland, the director of the Musee des Beaux-Arts in Mons (Belgium), and a revealing and exclusive interview by Herve Mikaeloff, this beautifully illustrated publication marks the opening of a retrospective of his work at the Musee des Beaux-Arts in Mons (Belgium) in May 2021.
Explore the landscapes and places that inspired great art: find peace in Monet's lily-filled garden oasis, climb Mount Fuji on a printmaker's pilgrimage, sail with Gauguin to the South Pacific to stretch your imagination, or contemplate light and the changing seasons on Chelsea Embankment. Artistic Places is a stunningly hand-illustrated, visionary guide for seekers of beauty, rare tales and cultural riches. Find yourself instantly transported to the places where great artists have sought refuge, found their inspiration and changed the course of art history forever. Susie Hodge, bestselling author and art historian, presents 25 famous and forgotten artistic destinations around the world, and connects these to the artists they inspired. In keeping with the Inspired Traveller's Guide series design, each entry is accompanied by specially commissioned illustrations from Amy Grimes which perfectly evoke the wonders that first attracted the masters, while Hodge delves into each location's curious history with insightful stories both in and beyond the canon. So take a leaf out of your favourite artist's sketchbook and discover the places they loved best. Artists and locations include: J.A.M Whistler in London, England John Constable in Suffolk, England Barbara Hepworth in St Ives, England Paula Rego in Cascais and Estoril, Portugal Pablo Picasso and Guernica, Spain Salvador Dali in Catalonia, Spain Claude Monet in Giverny, France Vincent van Gogh in Arles, France Rene Magritte in Brussels, Belgium Paul Klee in Bern, Switzerland Michelangelo in Florence, Italy Canaletto in Venice, Italy Johannes Vermeer in Delft, Netherlands Anni Albers in Dessau, Germany Caspar David Friedrich in the Elbe Sandstone Mountains, Germany Gustav Klimt and Lake Attersee, Austria Edvard Munch in Oslo, Norway Hilma af Klint and Lake Malaren, Sweden Henri Matisse in Tangier, Morocco Hokusai on Mount Fuji, Japan Paul Gauguin in Papeete and Papeari, Tahiti Jean-Michel Basquiat in New York, USA Grant Wood in Iowa, USA Georgia O'Keeffe in New Mexico, USA Frida Kahlo in Coyoacan, Mexico Each book in the Inspired Traveller's Guides series offers readers a fascinating, informative and charmingly illustrated guide to must-visit destinations round the globe. Also from this series, explore intriguing: Spiritual Places, Literary Places, Hidden Places and Mystical Places.
Break Away from the Pack... In our digital, fast-paced world world, life can get pretty wild. How can you relax with so many things to do and so much clawing at your attention? How about taking a break to color? Coloring books make you stop and breath while putting your creative brain in gear. So grab your favorite colored pencils or markers and break from the herd to enjoy some creative coloring. With these 47 intricate and delightful drawings of our wild friends, you'll quickly find your body and mind unwinding as you let your colorist talents shine. All drawings are printed on one side and perforated for easy removal so once you've completed your creative break, you'll have a colorful print ready for framing and display.
Lockdown, With Cats is a book of artwork created by Yeju Kwon with the hope of comforting contemporary people who deal with stress and anxiety. The theme of this book is centred around living in lockdown during the COVID-19 pandemic and it aims to depict the tone of current daily life that we are all experiencing. Yeju aims to portray feelings of safety and peace in her drawings and she hopes that the use of cats in her drawings will make it easier for the reader to resonate with these feelings.
John Nichols fell in love with nature as a child when his father and grandfather, both naturalists, taught him the names of the flowers and trees, the herons and butterflies they encountered on walks in rural Long Island, New York. When Nichols moved to New Mexico as a young man, his passion for the natural world grew. He began photographing the land and critters observable just outside his kitchen window . . . and far beyond. In My Heart Belongs to Nature, Nichols records his forty-five-year connection to the Taos valley and its mountains, where he still lives. His engaging prose and striking photographs offer a tribute to his infinity in this grain of sand, replete with memories of wives, children, bighorn sheep and rattlesnakes, and high-altitude snowshoe excursions-all of it a paean to the biology that sustains us.
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