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New Library Materials – Non-Fiction Arts – Fall 2022

100 Years, 100 Artworks: A History of Modern and Contemporary Art – Ágnes Berecz

African Artists: From 1882 to Now – commissioning editor, Rebecca Morrill; project editor, Simon Hunegs

Andy Warhol. Polaroids 1958-1987 – Richard B. Woodward and Reuel Golden

Architecture: A Visual History – Jonathan Glancey

The Art of My Neighbor Totoro: Based on the Studio Ghibli Film – original story and screenplay written and directed by Hayao Miyazaki

Banksy: You Are an Acceptable Level of Threat and if You Were Not You Would Know About It – compiled and edited by Gary Shove; words by Patrick Potter

Baroque and Rococo – Gauvin Alexander Bailey

Big Shots! – Phillip Leeds

Black Refractions: Highlights From the Studio Museum in Harlem – Connie H. Choi

Chanel: Collections and Creations – Danièle Bott

Design: The Definitive Visual Guide – editors, Anna Fischel, Sammy Kennedy, Stuart Neilson

Dressing the Resistance: The Visual Language of Protest Through History – Camille Benda

The Fabric of Civilization: How Textiles Made the World – Virginia Postrel

Fashion: The Definitive Visual Guide – DK Publishing

Hayao Miyazaki – Jessica Niebel, Pete Docter, Daniel Kothenschulte

Hip Hop at the End of the World: The Photography of Brother Ernie – texts and images by Ernie Paniccioli, with contributions by Ian Luna

How to Read Islamic Calligraphy – Maryam D. Ekhtiar

Hung Liu: Portraits of Promised Lands – Dorothy Moss

Modern Architecture – Alan Colquhoun

Murakami: Ego – Takashi Murakami

Passion By Design: The Art and Times of Tamara de Lempicka – Baroness Kizette de Lempicka-Foxhall as told to Charles Phillips

Photography, A Feminist History: Gender Rights and Gender Roles on Both Sides of the Camera – Emma Lewis

The Power of Style: How Fashion and Beauty Are Being Used to Reclaim Cultures – Christian Allaire

Shedding the Shackles: Women’s Empowerment through Craft – Lynne Stein

Surrealism: 50 Works of Art You Should Know – Brad Finger

William Eggleston: Portraits – [contributions by] Phillip Prodger

All items are available at the Perpich Library.