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Vienna 1900 Complete

Christian Brandstätter, Rainer Metzger, Daniela Gregori
£85.00

Art in Hungary, 1956–1980

Edit Sasvári, Sándor Hornyik, Hedvig Turai
£50.00

Wayne Thiebaud

Isabelle Dervaux
£24.95

A Chronology of Art

Iain Zaczek
£19.95

Being Modern: MoMA in Paris

Quentin Bajac, Olivier Michelon
£45.00

Show Time

Jens Hoffmann
£24.95

Hockney's Portraits and People

Marco Livingstone, Kay Heymer
£19.95

Editorial

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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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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Artists and writers are stereotypical loners, and artistic couples have often been overlooked. A new book explores the curious dynamics of thirteen great partnerships.

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'Modern Art' is a journey through seventy individual movements and topics, from Impressionism to Conceptual Art. Read an exclusive introductory extract here.

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Author Paul Gorman and 'North' exhibition curator Adam Murray (Central Saint Martins / Fashion Communications), will be in-store at Rough Trade East to discuss 'The Story of The Face: The Magazine That Changed Culture'.

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Author Paul Gorman will be signing copies of his book 'The Story of the Face' at Paul Smith's Soho shop.

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Author Paul Gorman and Nick Logan, founder/editor of The Face, will join magCulture’s Jeremy Leslie to discuss the book and the story of this hugely influential magazine, with all profits going to the Alzheimers Society.

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Meet the author Jessica Cerasi, who was Assistant Curator of the 20th Biennale of Sydney in 2016 and also Curatorial Assistant at the Hayward Gallery, London.

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