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Art Basel always ignites a spark of creativity, and these classic coffee table books will keep the flame burning well after the festivities end.
The New Black Vanguard
Curator and critic Antwaun Sargent charts the history of the Black image and its evolution currently taking place thanks to the international community of Black photographers. The book showcases an illustrated essay and 15 artist portfolios from Tyler Mitchell, Campbell Addy, Nadine Ijewere and more.
Go inside the homes of leading art collector, Chara Schreyer. The art patron collaborated with interior designer Gary Hutton to create five residences to house her 600-piece collection that includes works from Marcel Duchamp, Joseph Beuys and Man Ray.
Great Women Artists
This coffee table tome is filled with artwork from over 400 female artists highlighting 500 years of creativity. Key work from each artist is included along with a short text, making it the most extensive fully illustrated book on women creatives ever published.
Pop Art Style
Following its beloved Travel books, publisher Assouline launched a new Style series to highlight the impact of art and design moments on modern culture. Featuring 180 striking photographs, Pop Art Style explores 60 years of iconic works of product design, furniture, fashion and art.
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