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slmag.net 41 bib 'li' o 'taph, [bib-lee-uhtaf, -tahf ]: a person who caches or hoards books is narrative and visually beguiling art book is the work of Someoddpilot, a Chicago design studio that started as an indie record label in 1999. e studio also produces a regular art zine and runs an art gallery called Public Works, which hosts outsider art from around the world. Going back to their artistic roots, this book highlights the entirety of studio's creative handiwork. Someoddpilot & Chris Eichenseer (photographer)—Space Becomes You: A Mythology—hardcover, 228 pages, Trope Publishing Co. (someoddpilot.com) Located in coastal Main, Bowdoin College has been acquiring art since 1811, and now boasts some 24,000 works in its collection. is book looks at art history through the lens of liberal arts using key pieces from Bowdoin's diverse collection. Joachim Homann—Art Purposes: Object Lessons for the Liberal Arts—hardcover, 224 pages, Prestel Publishing (prestelpublishing.randomhouse.de) Inspired by the body-painting traditions of indigenous peoples around the world, photographer and painter Art Wolfe transforms skin into an abstract landscape. Available in October. Art Wolfe—Human Canvas—hardcover, 204 pages, Earth Aware Editions (simonandschuster.com) Ken Regan's lifelong love affair with the sport of boxing began when he photographed Muhammad Ali's first fight in 1964. is book is a compiltaiton of forty years of indelible images, complemented by Regan's firsthand accounts of his life as a boxing photographer. Ken Regan— Knockout: e Art of Boxing—hardcover, 338 pages, Insight Editions (insighteditions.com)

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