From vibrantly jeweled Fantasy Birds earrings to a ring mounted with a falcon ready to take flight from the wearer's finger, this exclusive window into St. Clair's world brings her alchemical creations to life.
Contains seven historical studies of the causes and meanings of iconoclasm and the radical transformations in the function of images it has brought about in societies around the world, from Ancient Egypt to Islamic India and Revolutionary Mexico, as well as Medieval and Reformation Europe.
Part of a series documenting Ruschas entire corpus of paintings, this volume contains 165 paintings and includes a major public commission for the Philip Johnson-designed Miami-Dade Public Library, which was a watershed mark for Ruscha. Each painting has a double-page spread with exhibition and bibliographic history, and is reproduced in colour.
A survey of those towns traditionally associated with textiles, mining or tool manufacturing, particularly those which sprang up during the Industrial Revolution. The text describes and compares the concurrent development of selected towns in Europe and North America.