Extra 20% Off: MUSTHAVETaschen Limited Edition Peter Beard
This limited XXL edition of Taschen's Peter Beard features 200 pages of diaries, 294 pages of collages and 5 fold-outs. With an original essay by photo critic Owen Edwards. Numbered 1827 of 2500.
Taschen Set Of Three: The New York Times 36 Hours - Blue
Skip the tour guide and rely on Taschen's three-volume book set on your travels - it's an illustrated version of The New York Times' cult '36 Hours' column, which covers 365 hotspots from Abu Dhabi to Zurich. Complete with over 1, 500 restaurant and 1, 000 hotel recommendations, these linen hardcovers include detailed maps that outline stops for any itinerary. The complimentary keycard grants unlimited access to digital editions of each destination, while the slipcase makes it ideal for gifting. -- Volume I Abu Dhabi - Havana: 599 pages; Volume II Helsinki - Park City: 1199 pages; Volume III Penang - Zurich: 1799 pages- Published: 2015- Publisher: Taschen- ISBN: 978-3-8365-5296-7- Imported
Taschen Peter Lindbergh: A Different Vision On Fashion Photography By Thierry-maxime Loriot Hardcover Book - Black
'A Different Vision on Fashion Photography' celebrates four decades of photography by Peter Lindbergh. Written by Thierry-Maxime Loriot, this hardcover book is filled with breathtaking illustrations and thoughtful anecdotes by icons including Jean-Paul Gaultier, Nicole Kidman and Grace Coddington. It's an inspirational insight into the extraordinary world of fashion and female beauty. -- 472-page hardcover book- Published: 2016- Publisher: Taschen America- ISBN: 978-3-8365-5282-0
Taschen Fashion Designers A-z Hardcover Book - Black
From Azzedine Alaïa to Yves Saint Laurent, 'Fashion Designers A–Z' celebrates a century of icons and the clothes that represent their philosophies and aesthetics. This hardcover book is filled with pages of stunning photographs of over 500 garments showcased in The Museum at the Fashion Institute of Technology's permanent collection. Display it on your coffee table as its own piece of art. -- 648-page hardcover book- Published: 2016- Publisher: Assouline Books- ISBN: 978-3-8365-2670-8
Taschen David Hockney. A Bigger Book
A Bigger Book, TASCHEN’s SUMO-sized David Hockney monograph, is as spectacular in format as it is in scope. In it, the artist takes stock of more than 60 years of work, from his teenage days at the Bradford School of Art, through his breakthrough in 1960s Swinging London, life by Los Angeles pools in the 1970s, up to his recent extensive series of portraits, iPad drawings, and Yorkshire landscapes. More Details Never before has Hockney’s oeuvre been published on such an astonishing and immersive scale. As each page unfurls in a blaze of blues, pinks, greens, and oranges, we are spellbound both by the artist’s vibrancy as a colorist and his extraordinary sense of the conditions of the world that surrounds us. Through Hockney’s restless interrogation of perception and representation, we witness the mellow sheen of light on a muddy Yorkshire puddle, the ochre enormities of A Bigger Grand Canyon, the rustic majesty of Bigger Trees near Warter, and, of course, A Bigger Splash, with the exquisite sparkle of a turquoise pool beneath an iridescent California sky. These major paintings are joined by the artist’s drawings, photo-composites, multi-perspective collages, stage designs, multi-camera video works, and iPad drawings, each a panoply of looking and showing in different styles and media. Hockney himself is present in every aspect of the publication. He collaborated closely through all production stages and conceived of this book as a purely visual survey of more than 450 works prefaced by a handwritten programmatic statement. As an artist who rarely looks back, the vast volume is as much his own personal review as it is a definitive record for art lovers all over the world. “I don’t tend to live in the past,” he comments, “Working on this book, I see quite how much I have done.” Dimensions: H 10.0 Inches x W 26.0 Inches x L 43.0 Inches Product Code: V176000344368
Taschen Modern Art 1870-2000
An overview of Modern Art that traces the style with a year-by-year succession of the groundbreaking artworks that shook standards and broke down barriers. Introductory essays outline the most significant and influential movements alongside explanatory texts for each major work and its artist. • Taschen • Hardcover • 693 pages • Full color
Taschen National Geographic: Around the World in 125 Years Three-Volume Set
This limited-edition, National Geographic collector's set includes three substantial volumes: The Americas & Antarctica, Asia & Oceania, Europe & Africa. Released in honor of The National Geographic Society's 125th year anniversary, this stunning trio features almost 1,500 pages of photographs, some never before published. Limited Edition. Three-volume set includes: The Americas & Antarctica, Asia & Oceania, Europe & Africa. Slip cases convert to book stands. Edited by Reuel Golden. Published by Taschen. (November 8, 2013.) Hardcover with slip case. 1,468 pages. More than 1400 illustrations. 15.75" length x 1.75" width x 11.50" height each (approximately). ISBN: 9783836549981.
Taschen Fashion Designers A-Z
With a foreword by British fashion journalist Suzy Menkes, Fashion Designers A-Z features over 500 photographs of garments from the permanent collection of New York City's Museum at the Fashion Institute of Technology. The 648-page book features the works of Coco Chanel, Yves Saint Laurent, Vivienne Westwood, and more. By Valerie Steele. Foreword by Suzy Menkes. Published by Taschen. (May 7, 2016.) Hardcover with clear jacket. 648 pages. 10.75" length x 1.75" width x 13.50" height (approximately). ISBN: 9783836526708
Taschen 36 Hours: London
Through treasure-house museums and cutting-edge galleries, classic pubs and top-notch theater, discover the best of this buzzing world capital with a selection of lively itineraries, including thematic and neighborhood specials such as Literary London, London with Children, East London, and Hampstead. If it’s time to venture further afield, you’ll also find a selection of glorious weekend trips outside of the city, from the Highlands of Scotland to sleepy Welsh villages, the dreaming spires of Oxford to beachside bliss in Brighton. • Taschen • Flexibound • 80 pages • Full color
Essential introduction to Duchamp distills all the daring and the scandal of his practice into one essential overview not only of a pioneering creative but also of a critical moment in Western culture. From his groundbreaking blend of abstraction, Cubism, and Futurism in Nude Descending a Staircase (1912) to his forays into the now-iconic “readymades” such as Bicycle Wheel (1913) and Bottle Rack (1914) the author explores how Duchamp consistently challenged the notion of what art is and, in so doing, opened up a world of conceptual possibilities beyond the “retinal” experience. Written by Jani Mink. Part of TASCHEN’s Basic Art series 2.0. • Taschen • Hardcover • 96 pages • Full color
This book presents key works from Hopper's œuvre to introduce a key player not only in American art history but also in the American psyche. Written by Rolf G. Renner. Part of TASCHEN’s Basic Art series. • Taschen • Hardcover • 96 pages • Full color
With landmark works and concise texts by Katy Siegel, Hans Werner Holzwarth, and Eckhard Schneider, this book offers the complete Koons at a glance, introducing an art world giant from his early inflatable flowers through to today. Written by Hans Werner Holzwarth. Part of TASCHEN’s Basic Art series. • Taschen • Hardcover • 96 pages • Full color
Taschen National Geographic: The United States Of America
This two-volume book set from National Geographic takes readers on a state-by-state tour of the U.S. through more than 700 stunning images from the magazine's archives. Featuring prefaces to each state and storytelling captions, this set captures and celebrates the growth and evolution of the country over the past 100 years. By Jeff Z. Klein, Joe Yogerst, David Walker. Edited by Reuel Golden. Published by Taschen. (December 8, 2016.) Hardcover with slipcase. 964 pages. 11.50"/29cm length x 3.75"/10cm width x 16.00"/41cm height (approximately). ISBN: 9783836561556.
Taschen 36 Hours: Los Angeles
From swinging through glamorous night spots to tucking into the tastiest tacos in Santa Barbara or chasing the sunset in Malibu, take off with a travelogue of cool and quirky inspirations. • Taschen • Flexibound • 80 pages • Full color
Taschen Inside Chefs' Fridges, Europe: Top Chefs Open Their Home Refrigerators
Inside Chefs' Fridges, Europe profiles 40 of Europe's top chefs and takes a look inside their personal refrigerators. Including entries from top chefs such as Hélène Darroze, Joan Roca, and Massimo Bottura, this work gives access to the inner minds of the culinary geniuses with 60 Michelin stars shared between them. Featuring their staple ingredients, their favorite local flavors, two recipes from each chef, and illustrations of all 40 fridges, this book will be a welcome addition to any kitchen. By Adrian Moore. Photography by Carrie Solomon. Published by Taschen. (October 29, 2015.) 328 pages. 8.5" length x 1.25" width x 12.0" height (approximately). ISBN: 9783836553537.
Taschen National Geographic
National Geographic: Around the World in 125 Years: Limited edition of 125,000 copies worldwide! For five generations, National Geographic magazine has dazzled and educated people with its incredible photographs, illustrations, and gripping stories from the four corners of the earth. Combining travel, wildlife, science, history, culture, and conservation, the National Geographic Society's trailblazing magazine has inspired millions of readers to explore and take an interest in the planet we inhabit. Published November 8, 2013. Hardcover. 1404 pages Measurements: 11" x 15.5" " origin="Germany"
Taschen 36 Hours: USA & Canada- East
Regional collection featuring nearly 60 revised and updated destinations. This book contains the best itineraries along the Atlantic Coast of North America, and inland to the mountains, beaches and valleys east of the Mississippi River. Edited by Barbara Ireland. • Taschen • Flexibound • 284 pages • Full color
Taschen The New York Times 36 Hours: Europe
There's so much culture, history, natural beauty, fine cuisine, artistic masterpieces, cutting-edge architecture throughout stylish and beautiful Europe - how can you make time to see it all? In The New York Times 36 Hours: 125 Weekends in Europe , it's surprisingly easy. Filled with captivating photos and insightful tips organized in five color-coded sections, alphabetically no less, you will be able to explore the expected and discover the unexpected, in just one weekends time! Easy-to-reference indexes, ribbons to bookmark favorite cities, practical recommendations for over 500 restaurants and 400 hotels, 125 European destinations and 4,500 hours of insightful itinerary makes 36 Hours a must have for your travel guide. Written by: Barbara Ireland Published by Taschen Paperback 640 Pages
Taschen Peter Lindbergh: A Different History of Fashion
Coffee table book tracing photographer Peter Lindbergh's cinematic inflections and his provocative play with female archetypes as subjects adopt the guise of dancers, actresses, heroines, and femmes fatales. Images are contextualized by commentaries from collaborators such as Jean Paul Gaultier, Nicole Kidman, Grace Coddington, Cindy Crawford, and Anna Wintour. • Taschen • Hardcover • 522 pages • Black and white
Taschen Rei Kawakubo
Oversized coffee table book chronicling the work of fashion designer and Comme des Garçons founder Rei Kawakubo. Photographs, interviews and quotations. Curated by i-D magazine's Terry Jones. • Taschen • Hardcover • 120 pages • Full color
Exploring Wright’s aspirations to augment American society through architecture, this book offers a concise introduction to his at once technological and Romantic response to the practical challenges of middle-class Americans. Written by Bruce Brooks Pfeiffer. Part of TASCHEN’s Basic Architecture series. • Taschen • Hardcover • 96 pages • Full color
Taschen Domus 1960s
Reprint of all 1960s issues of domus, the world’s most influential architecture and design journal. This anthology documents the daring, practical, and beautiful projects of a decade of futuristic thrill and booming pop culture. Featuring work from the Anti and Radical Design movements, Ray and Charles Eames, Gae Aulenti, Kenzō Tange, Verner Panton, Achille and Pier Giacomo Castiglioni, Ettore Sottsass, Carlo Scarpa, Angelo Mangiarotti, Cesare Maria Casati, and Eero Saarinen. • Taschen • Hardcover • 893 pages • Full color
Taschen Annie Leibovitz
Featuring more than 250 photographs, as well as written contributions by Steve Martin, Hans Ulrich Obrist, Graydon Carter and more, this SUMO-sized book spans famed photographer Annie Leibovitz's illustrious career. Dust jacket showcases Leibovitz's 1986 photograph of Keith Haring in New York City Includes a tripod-inspired book stand designed by Marc Newson Available in a limited edition of 10,000 signed and numbered copies Photography by Annie Leibovitz Published by Taschen Hardcover 476 pages 19.7" x 27.2", approximately
Taschen Decorative Art 50s
Highlights from the Studio Yearbook of Decorative Art, an annual publication dedicated to the latest currents in architecture, interiors, furniture, lighting, glassware, textiles, metalware, and ceramics. This overview of the 1950s includes the work of such famous innovators as Charles and Ray Eames, George Nelson, Hans Wegner, and Gio Ponti. • Taschen • Hardcover • 573 pages • Full color
From the couple’s earliest furniture experiments to their seminal short film Powers of Ten, this book covers all the aspects of the illustrious Eames repertoire and its revolutionary impact on middle-class American living. Written by Gloria Koenig. Part of TASCHEN’s Basic Architecture series. • Taschen • Hardcover • 96 pages • Full color
From his early development through to his most famous color fields, this book introduces the intellect and influence of Rothko’s dramatic, intimate, and revolutionary work. Written by Jacob Baal-Teshuva. Part of TASCHEN’s Basic Art series. • Taschen • Hardcover • 96 pages • Full color
Taschen Annie Leibovitz
Featuring more than 250 photographs, as well as written contributions by Steve Martin, Hans Ulrich Obrist, Graydon Carter and more, this SUMO-sized book spans famed photographer Annie Leibovitz's illustrious career. Dust jacket showcases Leibovitz's 1978 photograph of Patti Smith in New Orleans, Louisiana Includes a tripod-inspired book stand designed by Marc Newson Available in a limited edition of 10,000 signed and numbered copies Photography by Annie Leibovitz Published by Taschen Hardcover 476 pages 19.7" x 27.2", approximately
Taschen Art Record Covers
A writer and historian of visual culture, Francesco Spampinato presents this remarkable collection of 500 artists' record covers, with celebrated work dating back to the 1950s through to today. Including exclusive interviews and excerpts depicting collaborative efforts, this exceptional anthology illustrates the symbiotic relationship between artists and musicians, which continues to transform and shape mediums of art. By Francesco Spampinato. Edited by Julius Wiedemann. Published by Taschen America. (March 3, 2017.) Hardcover with jacket. 448 pages. 12" length x 2" width x 12" height (approximately). ISBN: 9783836540292.
Taschen Tom Wolfe: The Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test
Writer Tom Wolfe retells the story of his 1960s psychedelic tour across America with scholar, actor, star athlete, and outstanding novelist Ken Kesey and his Merry Pranksters in this deep, inventive, and memorable book. Part of a signed and numbered limited-edition of 1,968. By Tom Wolfe. Published by Farrar Straus & Giroux; Book Club edition. (1968.) Hardcover. 434 pages. 10.5" length x 2.6" width x 16.5" height (approximately). ISBN: 9783836552103.
Taschen Michael Muller: Sharks, Face-To-Face With The Ocean's Endangered Predator
Compiled by photographer Michael Muller and featuring contributions from Philippe Cousteau, Jr, Dr. Alison Kock, and Arty Nelson, TASHCHEN's Sharks takes an in-depth look at the endangered fish in this over 330-page volume. By Michael Muller. Contributions by Philippe Cousteau, Jr, Dr. Alison Kock, Arty Nelson. Published by Taschen. (March 19, 2016.) Hardcover with jacket. 334 pages. 11.5" length x 1.5" width x 15.0" height (approximately). ISBN: 9783836553599.
Introduces Warhol’s multifaceted, prolific oeuvre, which revolutionized distinctions between “high” and “low” art and integrated ideas of living, producing, and consuming that remain central questions of modern experience. Written by Klaus Honnef. Part of TASCHEN’s Basic Art series. • Taschen • Hardcover • 96 pages • Full color
Taschen Pleats Please Issey Miyake
The story of the revolutionary line of clothing, Pleats Please Issey Miyake. The concept of the line is explored through a vast array of texts and images, tracing its journey from inception, through material development, to its public reception. • Taschen • Hardcover • 560 pages • Full color
In Genesis , my camera allowed nature to speak to me. And it was my privilege to listen. SebastiÃ£o Salgado In his book, the born and raised Brazilian captures everything from volcanoes of the GalÃ¡pagos to nomadic Dinka cattle farmers in Sudan. Rare creatures and places are the central focus of the book that Salgado called his love letter to the planet. Author: SebastiÃ£o Salgado Hardcover 520 pages
Taschen Mick Rock: The Rise Of David Bowie, 1972-1973
A passionate tribute to a legendary artist, this book is a must-have for fans of the late, great David Bowie. Compiled in 2015 by Bowie's official photographer and creative partner, Mick Rock, these pages are filled with previously unpublished and unseen images of the musician's early years. By Mick Rock. Published by Taschen. (April 25, 2016.) Hardcover. 300 pages. 10.75" length x 1.25" width x 15.00" height (approximately). ISBN: 9783836560948.
Taschen Urban Rooftops: Island in the Sky
This international selection of urban rooftops catalogs a new urban dimension. Through over 50 bars, restaurants, temporary art installations, and gardens, it testifies to the variety of intelligent and exuberant designs that grace city summits from Sydney to Hong Kong, Oslo to Chicago. Whether it’s the panoramic views, the exposure to the elements, or a slight giddiness that comes with height, we see just how the roof has nurtured not only architectural invention but a whole new facet and thrill to city living. Written by Philip Jodido. Illustrated by Boyoun Kim. • Taschen • Hardcover • 384 pages • Full color
Taschen Raf Simons
Oversized coffee table book chronicling the work of iconic fashion designer Raf Simons. Photographs, interviews and quotations. Curated by i-D magazine's Terry Jones. • Taschen • Hardcover • 120 pages • Full color
Taschen 36 Hours: USA & Canada- West
Regional collection featuring nearly 60 revised and updated destinations. This book contains the best itineraries along the Pacific Coast of North America, and inland to the mountains, deserts, and plains west of the Mississippi River. Edited by Barbara Ireland. • Taschen • Flexibound • 284 pages • Full color
Taschen Peter Lindbergh: A Different Vision on Fashion Photography
Peter Lindbergh redefined the standards of beauty through his timeless and elegant photography. Coinciding with his exhibition at Kunsthal in Rotterdam, the Netherlands, this massive text is filled with over 400 striking black-and-white images of famous faces as well as commentaries from revered collaborators. By Thierry-Maxime Loriot. Photographs by Peter Lindbergh. Published by Taschen. (September 21, 2016.) Hardcover with jacket. 524 pages. 10.0" length x 2.5" width x 13.5" height (approximately). ISBN: 9783836552820.
Taschen Annie Leibovitz
Featuring more than 250 photographs, as well as written contributions by Steve Martin, Hans Ulrich Obrist, Graydon Carter and more, this SUMO-sized book spans famed photographer Annie Leibovitz's illustrious career. Dust jacket showcases Leibovitz's 1986 photograph of David Byrne in Los Angeles Includes a tripod-inspired book stand designed by Marc Newson Available in a limited edition of 10,000 signed and numbered copies Photography by Annie Leibovitz Published by Taschen Hardcover 476 pages 19.7" x 27.2", approximately
Taschen Frank Sinatra Has A Cold, Limited Edition
Equipped with an assignment from Esquire, Gay Talese went to Los Angeles in 1965 to interview Frank Sinatra. The famed crooner, however, was feeling ill and refused to meet with Talese. Undeterred, Talese continued with his assignment by interviewing friends, family, and associates of the singer, hoping that, over time, Sinatra would recover and cooperate. Although the singer never obliged, Talese's story pioneered an award-winning style known as New Journalism that captured an unprecedented portrait of Sinatra. Limited edition of 5,000 numbered copies signed by Gay Talese. By Gay Talese. Photography by Phil Stern. Published by Taschen. (2015.) Silk-screened hardcover with embossed paper case. 244 pages. 9.50" length x 1.25" width x 13.50" height (approximately). ISBN 9783836547543.