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    Antibodies : Antoine D'Agata - [edited by Antoine D'Agata and Xavier Barral ; translated from the French by David H. Pickering]
    Call Number: TR 657 .A33 2014
    Publication Date: Prestel, 2014
    This monumental collection of d’Agata’s controversial work is a cult classic and companion to one of the most talked-about photography exhibitions of the past decade, available now for the first time in English.

    Containing striking images of people living on the fringes of society, Antibodies is a challenging and captivating collection from one of the most renowned photographers working today. Antoine d’Agata has traveled the world’s darkest corners collecting images of prostitutes, addicts, war-torn communities, and the homeless. A nomad himself, d’Agata tackles subjects often left untouched, unnoticed, or ignored.

    Frequently compared to his mentors Nan Goldin and Larry Clark, d’Agata’s work, for all its grim and occasionally terrifying realism, bears the hallmarks of timeless photographs. This volume features images from a number of d’Agata’s series, interspersed with short texts as well as essays and commentary. Antibodies was awarded the 2013 Arles Book Prize, and is certain to become one of the most sought-after photography books of the year. (22 Jul)

     

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    Alex Webb and Rebecca Norris Webb on street photography and the poetic image
    Call Number: TR 659.8 .W43 2014
    Publication Date: Aperture, [2014]
    25 Jul

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    Architectural works of A.W.N. Pugin : a catalogue - G.J. Hyland
    Call Number: NA 997 .P9 .A4 2014
    Publication Date: Spire Books, c2014
    22 Jul

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    Buildings must die : a perverse view of architecture - Stephen Cairns, Jane M. Jacobs
    Call Number: NA 2540 .C32 2014
    Publication Date: MIT Press, [2014]
    25 Jul

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    Critical perspectives on contemporary painting : hybridity, hegemony, historicism - edited by Jonathan Harris
    Call Number: ND 195 .C75 2003
    Publication Date: Tate Liverpool, 2003
    22 Jul

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    Georgia O'Keeffe - Randall C. Griffin
    Call Number: ND 237 .O5 .G754 2014
    Publication Date: Phaidon Press, 2014
    25 Jul

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    Joseph Beuys - Allan Antliff
    Call Number: N 6888 .B463 .A58 2014
    Publication Date: Phaidon Press, 2014
    22 Jul

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    Material culture - Henry Glassie
    Call Number: GN 406 .G53 1999
    Publication Date: Indiana University Press, 1999
    23 Jul

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    Shoot the family - [curated by Ralph Rugoff] ; essay by Ralph Rugoff ; with a short story by Lynne Tillman
    Call Number: TR 681 .F28 .S56 2006
    Publication Date: Independent Curators International, c2006
    22 Jul


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    What objects mean : an introduction to material culture - Arthur Asa Berger
    Call Number: GN 406 .B473 2014
    Publication Date: Left Coast Press, Inc., 2014
    24 Jul

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