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Bauhaus Goes West

Alan Powers
£24.95

Seven Keys to Modern Art

Simon Morley
£19.95

Art: The Whole Story

Stephen Farthing, Richard Cork
£19.95

Vienna 1900 Complete

Christian Brandstätter, Rainer Metzger, Daniela Gregori
£85.00

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Join Amy Dempsey, historian and author of 'Modern Art', for a talk on the movements that help us understand modern art at Tate Modern.

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Cold War Steve has been acclaimed as the 'Brexit Bruegel' and 'a modern-day Hogarth'. His Twitter feed of satirical photo collages has become a cult phenomenon and is now available in book form. We sat down for a chat with the man behind 'Cold War Steve Presents…The Festival of Brexit'.

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Celebrated writer and author of 'Forms of Enchantment' Marina Warner will be at Dulwich Picture Gallery to discuss the power that symbols and stories have within today's culture.

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Author, artist and art historian Simon Morley talks about his new book, 'Seven Keys to Modern Art', in which he examines 20 well- known but little-understood works of art.

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Happy New Year! We hope 2019 brings you much joy, fulfillment, and inspiration. To help you on your way, we’ve compiled ten of our best new books to see you into the new year – and beyond.

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Martin Gayford, author of the Sunday Times Art Book of the Year 'Modernists & Mavericks', examines the lives of 'the school of London Painters' with award-winning film director Hannah Rothschild.

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To celebrate ‘The Writer’s Map’ three leading writers share the maps that have shaped their stories.

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The artist, author and Director of the Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) London will be signing copies of his new book 'The Word is Art' at Hatchards Piccadilly.

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It’s 100 years since the deaths of four major Viennese modernists — Gustav Klimt, Egon Schiele, Koloman Moser, and Otto Wagner — and the Austrian capital is celebrating in style with a number of centenary exhibitions and events. But the extraordinary flourishing of Vienna’s fin-de-siècle wasn’t just about radical nudes, big buildings, and these four famous men. Our new book, 'Vienna 1900 Complete', explores all artistic fields of this remarkable cultural moment, with a particular focus on its all too often overlooked female practitioners.

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Celebrated writer and author of 'Forms of Enchantment' Dame Marina Warner will be at Folkestone Literature Festival to discuss art writing and the visual culture of today's world.

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