Sophisticated Living Indianapolis

MAY-JUN 2019

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40 Bibliotaph is book celebrates the paintings of American minimalist artist Donald Judd created between 1959-1961, accompanied by texts penned by renowned art historians and critics. Alex Gartenfeld, Flavin Judd, Kirsten Swenson and Alex Kitnick— Donald Judd: Paintings— hardcover, 136 pages, Prestel Publishing ( Fifty of the most acclaimed artists working today discuss the artworks that spark their creativity, from a Rembrandt self-portrait, to a 21st-century social- protest drawing. Jori Finkel—It Speaks to Me: Art at Inspires Artists— hardcover, 160 pages, Prestel Publishing (prestelpublishing. Photographer Bill Cunningham captured street style for the New York Times from 1978 (before it was even a "thing") until his death in 2016. Published by the Times and scheduled to be released in September, this book will be an oversized collection of Cunningham's photography, including previously unpublished work, along with essays by his muses and frequent subjects. New York Times—Bill Cunningham: On the Street—hardcover, 336 pages From prewar gelatin silver prints to 21st-century digital images, this book showcases candid and provocative snapshots taken around the world by the biggest names in street photography. David Gibson— Street Photography: A History in 100 Iconic Photographs—hardcover, 208 pages, Prestel Publishing ( Award-winning photographer Christian Vizl deftly manipulates light and shadow to capture ethereal images of sea creatures in their natural habitats. Christian Vizl— Silent Kingdom: A World Beneath the Waves—hardcover, 224 pages, Earth Aware Editions ( Compiled by Victoria Chase

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