1203 books (61 pages) in this category
by L. Bailey McDaniel
Looking at a century of American theatre, McDaniel investigates how race-based notions of maternal performance become sites of resistance to cultural and political hierarchies. This book considers how the construction of mothering as universallyeBook
by B. Chow & A. Mangold
The first edited volume to examine philosopher Slavoj Žižek's influence on, and his relevance for, theatre and performance studies. Featuring a brand new essay from Žižek himself, this is an indispensable contribution to the emerging field of ...eBook
by Kravis Design Center
The first book on the impressive collection of George R. Kravis II, founder ofthe Kravis Design Center--one of the leading collectors of modern industrialdesign in North America. A must-have for lovers of modern design, this is aperfect ...
by John D. Barrow
<p><b>What can maths tell us about art and design?</b></p><p>Professor John D. Barrow has all the answers. In <i>100 Essential Things You Didn't Know You Didn't Know About Maths and the Arts</i>, he shows us that mathematics and the arts are noteBook
by FRIEDRICH DENEKEN
The natural Japanese affinity for decorative art is apparent in this striking collection of exquisite stencil designs. A centuries-old tradition of capturing nature in striking floral and wildlife motifs is reflected in the graceful shapes and ...
by DAN X. SOLO
In this volume noted typographer Dan X. Solo has compiled a treasury of attractive, eye-catching typefaces that will add decorative flair to almost any graphic project. Artists and illustrators can choose from a wealth of ready-to-use, ...
Essays on Artaud
by Edward Scheer
by UTAGAWA KUNIYOSHI
One of the last great names in the Japanese ukiyo-e style, Utagawa Kuniyoshi was an undisputed master of the warrior woodblock print. Born in Tokyo in 1797, his talent became evident by the tender age of 12, when he became an apprentice to a ...
by ANTHONY TONEY
This collection, never before published in the United States, presents art from the early fifteenth to the end of the eighteenth centuries. Selected with great care and impeccable taste by a highly respected artist and teacher, these drawings ...
The Definitive Sourcebook
by Charlotte Fiell
A comprehensive guide to 30s fashion, this is an essential handbook for fashion students, vintage collectors as well as anyone interested in fashion or cultural history. ...
The Definitive Sourcebook
by Emmanuelle Dirix
The early Forties might have been years of make-do-and-mending and fashionable inventiveness, but the latter half of the decade saw an explosion of contemporary forward-looking fashions. This extensive survey brings together previously ...
The Ultimate On Tour Fan Book
by Malcolm Croft
In 2011, 5SOS almost broke the internet with their mega YouTube successes. Since then they have becomeone of the world's most famous bands with album sales of over three million, and hundreds of triumphant liveperformances.5 Seconds of ...
50 Creative Projects to Unleash Your Colouring Skills
by Quarto UK
Explore the realms of colour with an eclectic collection of objects ...
New Artists and Creatives, Born In Or After 1989
by Simon Castets
And Other Writings
by Ben Davis
Ben Davis draws the curtain back on the contemporary art world to assail its commodified roots. ...
Conversations with David Hockney
by Martin Gayford
<p>David Hockney is possibly the worlds most popular living painter, but he is also something else: an incisive and original thinker on art. Here are the fruits of his lifelong meditations on the problems and paradoxes of representing a ...eBook
by Dana Arnold
This companion is a collection of newly-commissioned essays written by leading scholars in the field, providing a comprehensive introduction to British art history. A generously-illustrated collection of newly-commissioned essays which ...
Utopia, Aesthetics, Atheism and Design
by R. Howells
A Critical Theory of Creativity argues that a Utopian drive is aesthetically encoded within the language of form. But coupled with this opportunity comes a very human obligation which cannot be delegated to God, to nature or to market forces. AseBook
Culture and Conflict in the Isle of Purbeck
by J. Wilkes
This book uses the contradictions, fractures and coincidences of a twentieth-century rural landscape to explore new methods of writing place beyond 'new nature writing'. In doing so it opens up new ways of reading modernist artists and writers ...eBook
Popular Feminisms in Contemporary Theatre and Performance
by E. Aston & G. Harris
Moving across the boundaries of mainstream and experimental circuits, from the affective pleasures of commercially successful shows such as Calendar Girls and Mamma Mia! to the feminist possibilities of new burlesque and stand-up, this book ...eBook