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    • Artist? : the hypothesis of bodiness : a new approach to understanding the artist and art
      Artist? : the hypothesis of bodiness : a new approach to understanding the artist and art
      Fre Ilgen.
      'Artist?' offers familiar, surprising and revolutionary insights in the complex self of the artist and the experience offered by works of art, arguing that the biological processes involved in creating and in encountering the artwork play a more important role than till now has been acknowledged. Ilgen questions innovations and undirectional progress in art, and discusses the various struggles in art including insecurity and medicrity, emphasizing the natural importance of imperfection. He makes a strong point criticising the cliche about the experience of art being only a cerebral, or only a retinal perception, and promotes the concept of whole mind/body perception.
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    • Pollock and the irascibles : the New York school
      Pollock and the irascibles : the New York school
      curated by Carter Foster in collaboration with the Whitney Museum of New York.
      Through the paintings of these 18 artists, guided by the charismatic Pollock and referred to as "The Irascibles", after a famous protest they staged against the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, this is a complete view of an essential artistic style that reinterpreted the canvas as a space for individual freedom of thought and action. It was both the style of the New York School and a unique phenomenon, which characterised post-war America and that with overwhelming force, influenced Modern Art across the world. The book is the exhibition's catalogue, which includes more than 49 masterpieces from the Whitney Museum in New York among which Pollock's Number 27, Mahoning by Franz Kline (1956), Door to the River by Willem de Kooning (1960) and Untitled (Blue, Yellow, Green on Red) (1954) by Mark Rothko, alongside works by artists who may be less famous, but that represent their mature periods and, more generally speaking, their time.
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    • Painting, sculpture & works on paper 1962-2013
      Painting, sculpture & works on paper 1962-2013
      Tony DeLap
      A legendary figure in Californian art, Tony DeLap (born 1927) was associated with Los Angeles' 1960s Finish Fetish school (alongside the likes of Craig Kaufman and Larry Bell), and has been a mentor to some of California's most notable artists, including Bruce Nauman, James Turrell and John McCracken, who all studied with him. Where many artists of the Finish Fetish school eschewed the material facture of their works, DeLap has almost always chosen to construct his work himself, meticulously producing freestanding sculptures in aluminum, fiberglass, lacquer, Plexiglas, resin and molded plastics and fabrics. DeLap was included in the two shows that helped to define the Minimalist movement - 'Primary Structures' at the Jewish Museum (1966) and 'American Sculpture of the Sixties' at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (1967) - and his work brilliantly merges the austerity of Minimalism with Op art illusionism.
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    • Dan Graham
      Dan Graham
      Ian Alteveer, Sheena Wagstaff.
      "The artist Dan Graham (b. 1942) has a wide-ranging practice that encompasses writing, performance art, installation, video, photography, and architecture. Throughout his career, Graham has examined the symbiosis between architectural environments and their inhabitants, particularly in his pavilions made of glass and mirrors. His new installation, created for the roof garden of The Metropolitan Museum of Art, addresses current issues about suburban psychology and political surveillance. Graham's work combines landscaping, hedges, and two-way mirrors to create a provocative, immersive experience for viewers. This creatively designed publication includes an insightful interview between the artist and Sheena Wagstaff and focuses not only on Graham's latest commission but also on his previous landscape-oriented installations, providing a focused, fascinating study of one of today's leading contemporary artists." -- Publisher's website.
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    • Jeff Koons : conversations with Norman Rosenthal
    • Robert Motherwell : collage
    • Our America : the Latino presence in American art
      Our America : the Latino presence in American art
      E. Carmen Ramos
      ""On the one hand, the affirmation that Latino art is American art is simply a fact. Latino artists are American by birth, citizenship, residence, education, experience, and even sacrifice-a factor made clear by the large number of Latino artists that have served in the United States armed forces. On the other hand, the statement poses a challenge to the ways in which we traditionally think about what constitutes American art."-E. Carmen RamosIs Latino art an integral part of modern American art? Presenting one hundred major artworks from the Smithsonian American Art Museum, Our America seeks to "recalibrate" enduring concepts about American national culture by exploring how one group of artists-those of Latin American descent and heritage-express their relationship to American art, history, and culture.Highlights include an installation altar by Amalia Mesa-Bains, the "recycled" films of Raphael Montanez Ortiz, and a 1960 geometric painting by Carmen Herrera. Other notable artists include Olga Albizu, Melesio "Mel" Casas, Maria Magdalena Campos-Pons, Margarita Cabrera, Enrique Chagoya, Teresita Fernandez, Ken Gonzales-Day, Luis Jimenez, Ana Mendieta, Pepon Osorio, Sophie Rivera, Freddy Rodri;guez, and John Valadez, among many others.Author and curator E. Carmen Ramos is the Smithsonian American Art Museum's curator of latino art. She has organized numerous shows, including the fifth biennial at El Museo del Barrio in New York City in 2007.Dr. Tomas Ybarra-Frausto, the "grandfather" of this subject, and formerly associate director for creativity and culture at the Rockefeller Foundation in New York, has written and published extensively on US/latino cultural issues"-- Provided by publisher.
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    • David Hockney : the biography, 1975-2014 : a pilgrim's progress
      David Hockney : the biography, 1975-2014 : a pilgrim's progress
      Christopher Simon Sykes.
      " With unprecedented access to Hockney's paintings, notebooks, diaries, and the man himself, this second volume continues the lively and revelatory account of an acclaimed artist and an extraordinary man."--Publisher's website.
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    • Gustav Klimt : life and work
    • Ai Weiwei's blog : writings, interviews, and digital rants, 2006-2009
      Ai Weiwei's blog : writings, interviews, and digital rants, 2006-2009
      Ai Weiwei
      For three years Weiwei, the most celebrated artist in China & an outspoken social critic, compiled a blog in which he ranged widely over issues of the day as well as art matters. This translation offers a complete documentation of his blog, which was closed down by the government of China on 1st June 2009.
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    • Remaking tradition : modern art of Japan from the Tokyo National Museum
      Remaking tradition : modern art of Japan from the Tokyo National Museum
      essays by Shimatani Hiroyuki and Matsushima Masato
      This catalogue presents over fifty works in different media - most notably sculpture, painting and ceramics - assembled together for the first time to convey the impressive variety of Japanese art from the late 19th and early 20th centuries. These works, all masterpieces from the collection of the Tokyo National Museum, introduce the museum's astounding holdings of modern Japanese art to a Western audience and help illustrate where modern works fit within the rich history of Japanese visual tradition. Engaging essays by noted scholars explore the diverse sources of influence for Japanese artists around the turn of the 20th century, such as Western oil painting, Buddhist portraiture, European porcelain, traditional Japanese landscape and figure imagery, and Chinese painting. This publication offers a compelling and innovative conception of modern Japanese art, framing artists as creators of traditions for the modern age who maintained a sense of continuity with the past while also integrating wide-ranging cultural inspirations.
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    • Kwang Young Chun : mulberry mindscapes
      Kwang Young Chun : mulberry mindscapes
      [texts by] John C. Welchman, Carter Ratcliff [and Kwang Young Chun].
      The first monograph on Korean artist Kwang Young Chun, renowned for exquisite handmade mulberry paper sculptures and textured surfaces that represent harmony and conflict in the unity of many. Covering the entirety of Kwang Young Chun's career from his early abstract paintings to his famed Aggregation series--complex structures and canvases created from the antique, handmade mulberry paper pages of literary and academic texts and tinted with teas, fruits and flowers--this book documents a highly influential contemporary artist whose work, writes the New York Times, " ... makes you sense something fundamental about great art that is too often forgotten or overlooked in today's age of instant everything ..."
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    • Striking resemblance : the changing art of portraiture
      Striking resemblance : the changing art of portraiture
      Donna Gustafson and Susan Sidlauskas
      "This survey of historical and modern portraiture presents a fundamentally new and exciting exploration of how people view themselves, their personal relationships, and their tribes. Portraits--single, double, and group--are the focus of this fascinating volume. Encompassing work from the 18th century to the present, this selection examines how portraits shape our notion of self in the context of individuality, partnerships, and relationships. Three illustrated essays probe topics such as the portrait from the perspective of photography, cinema, and theater; the double portrait in all its variety, such as heterosexual and same-sex couples, mother and child, twins, reflections, shadows, and doppelgangers; and the sometimes uneasy alliance between the individual and community in portraiture. Thought-provoking and fascinating, this book will appeal to readers interested in art history and social criticism as well as psychology and social media"-- Provided by publisher.
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    • Lowbrow cats  : an artistic feline dreamlike experience
    • 1000 dog portraits
      1000 dog portraits
      curated and authored by Robynne Raye.
      "... 1000 Dog Portraits is a compilation of quirky, fun, fanatical illustrations, paintings, collages and drawings from designers and artists around the globe. From hounds to herding dogs, and mutts to terriers, there is a diverse range of artistic renditions from naive and abstract to traditional portraiture. This collection is a study guide on style for the budding artist as well as a book of inspiration to the practicing professional. There's even a chapter called, "How Many Ways Can You Draw A Beagle?" showing the myriad of ways an artist can depict a single breed of dog..."--p. [4] of cover.
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    • Arctic.
    • Meter
      Meter
      Antony Gormley.

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    • Abstraction and reality : the sculpture of Ivor Roberts-Jones
    • The passions of Jean-Baptiste Carpeaux
      The passions of Jean-Baptiste Carpeaux
      James David Draper and Edouard Papet
      "Jean-Baptiste Carpeaux (1827-1875) was an extraordinarily gifted sculptor, the greatest in 19th-century France before Rodin, and embodied the emotionally charged artistic climate of his era ... Carpeaux's wrenching representations of human forms, shown in beautiful color details and illustrations, echo his turbulent personal life, fraught with episodes of violence and fatal illness. The book covers the entire span of Carpeaux's career, and includes the masterpiece Ugolino and His Sons, newly discovered drawings, and a number of rarely seen or studied works. Previously unpublished letters between Carpeaux and his family and friends, a wealth of archival material, and the most detailed chronology of the artist's life ever published."--Yale University Press website.
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    • Life drawing
    • Winged fantasy : draw and paint magical and mythical creatures
    • Pastels unleashed
    • Pencil drawing step by step
    • The art of Ian Miller
      The art of Ian Miller
      written by Ian Miller & Tom Whyte
      "Featuring over 300 pieces of artwork spanning decades of Ian Miller's work, this collection is a treat for all lovers of great fantasy art--from Lovecraft novel covers to Tolkien bestiaries to Warhammer 40,000 concept art, through a veritable trove of gothic humor, fantasy battles, dragons, beasts and a world of nightmarish visions."--Front jacket flap.
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    • The art of Joe Kubert
      The art of Joe Kubert
      by Bill Schelly
      "Joe Kubert is one of the great comic book artists. His career literally traverses the history of comics, beginning in 1938 when he became a professional at age 12, to today as one of the greatest draftsmen working in the field. Kubert is known and respected as much for his sinewy, passionate drawing as he is for his consummate storytelling skills. Over his 70-year career in comics, he has worked as an artist, an editor, a publisher, an entrepreneur, and a cartooning auteur. Comics historian Bill Schelly's text parallels the visual evolution of the artist's work, tracing his life and career from his early days drawing Hawkman in the Golden Age, to his creation of Tor, his involvement in creating 3-D comics in the 1950s, his tour de force stints on DC's war comics -- Sgt. Rock, The Unknown Soldier and the groundbreaking Enemy Ace -- in the 1960s, to illustrating the adventures of Tarzan in the 1970s. And before finding a creative safe haven at DC Comics in the '50s, Kubert drew for many smaller and more obscure companies, including Holyoke, Quality, Fiction House, Harvey, St. John, and others -- all of which are represented, including a 50-page section of comic-book stories in the horror, crime, and SF genres from the pre-Comics Code era, reprinted in full color for the first time. Although Kubert is known for his contributions to pop culture icons such as Tarzan and Sgt. Rock, he has also invested his creative energy in more personal projects over the last 20 years, including journalistic and historical graphic novels such as his Eisner Award-winning Fax from Sarajevo and Yossel: April 19, 1943, all of which are illustrated along with Schelly's insightful analysis that places these later, more mature works in the context of Kubert's career"--Jacket.
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    • Richard Estes' realism
      Richard Estes' realism
      Patterson Sims with Jessica May and Helen Ferrulli.
      Richard Estes (b. 1932) is one of the most celebrated adopters of photorealism; his paintings are characterized by painstaking detail that mimics the clarity and accuracy of photographs. Estes' most famous canvases from the 1970s depict New York's urban landscape, and his manner of painting reflections in a multitude of metal and glass surfaces displays astounding technical skill. In his subsequent career, Estes has continued to demonstrate his superlative ability to show complex plays of light and shadow in Maine seascapes, views of Venetian lagoons, and night time street scenes. Accompanying Estes' first solo exhibition of paintings in the United States in over two decades, 'Richard Estes' Realism' surveys fifty years of his work and places him within the historical narrative of realist painting. The authors explore the ongoing modernist dialogue between camera and canvas, and discuss the situation of Estes' work at the crossroads of painting and photography. Over fifty full-page plates showcase the amazing precision of Estes' paintings, and a thorough chronology and bibliography provide an enlightening account of his life. This handsome book offers a lavish presentation of Estes' spellbinding body of work that attests to his enduring artistic impact.
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    • A painter's progress : a portrait of Lucian Freud
      A painter's progress : a portrait of Lucian Freud
      David Dawson.
      "For nearly twenty years David Dawson was Lucian Freud's assistant, companion, and model. Freud moved in rarefied, powerful circles and was tenacious about protecting his privacy. He also carefully avoided distraction. With few exceptions, he wanted only those he knew well, like the late Bruce Bernard, to photograph him. David Dawson, however, was in a unique position, and as Freud became comfortable in the presence of Dawson's camera, photographing became part of the daily ritual of the studio. These photographs reveal in a most intimate way the subjects and the stages of paintings in progress. Few artists, if any, have had their lives and their work recorded over such a length of time. Despite Freud's sense of privacy, his circle was wide. Among those who regularly visited Freud were figures from the art world, including art historian John Richardson, and painters David Hockney, and Frank Auerbach, along with model Kate Moss and friends such as the Duke of Beaufort. The book begins in Freud's old studio in Holland Park and then records the artist in his eighteenth-century house in Kensington, the first floor of which was his final studio. Dawson also photographed Freud on his visits to look at masterpieces in various museums in New York, Amsterdam and Madrid. The book ends with views of the rooms in which Freud's own extraordinary collection of paintings was hung. It is the only record of the house itself before the dispersal of the art on his death, but ultimately, the photographs create an intimate portrait of the man. The final images in this book are of the hanging of Freud's work in his posthumous London exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery. Haunting and fascinating, this is a revelatory document about one of our most important and influential painters"-- Provided by publisher.
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    • The world is an apple : the still lifes of Paul Cezanne
      The world is an apple : the still lifes of Paul Cezanne
      edited by Benedict Leca
      This catalogue accompanies the exhibition "The World is an Apple : The Still Lifes of Paul Cezanne" held at The Barnes Foundation, June 14-September 22, 2014, and at The Art Gallery of Hamilton, November 1, 2014-February 8, 2015. This volume offers a complete, thematic reappraisal of Paul Cezanne's still life paintings, looking at them both within the broader context of his complex artistic and psychological development and within the wider history of the development of still life in France and early 20th-century modernism.
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    • A-Z of botanical flowers
    • Joe Dowden's complete guide to painting water in watercolour.
    • Jean Haines' atmospheric watercolours : painting with expression, freedom and style.
    • The Shahnama of Shah Tahmasp : the Persian book of kings
    • Andy Warhol : unique : catalogue of 100 unique silkscreen prints
      Andy Warhol : unique : catalogue of 100 unique silkscreen prints
      editing and graphic design: Jorg Schellmann.
      Andy Warhol's concept of art expressly included the reproduction, the multiple. Yet, the unique work of art did not lose its value, even in Warhol's Factory. Ever since he began making his famous portrait prints in the 1980s-most of which were commissioned-his prints were carefully limited and signed for his wealthy buyers. For forty years Jorg Schellmann has been collecting multiples and editions. His portfolio of Warhol works are now sought-after collector's items. This publication presents high-quality prints commissioned under the aegis of the Edition Schellmann und Kluser from 1980 to 1987. Besides the later portfolio prints, they are trial proofs printed on rag paper, and as veritable individual works of art, they are particularly valuable today. Characteristic of these unique pieces of art are the outlines hand-drawn by Warhol, which elevate the print out of territory of the halftone and colour planes into the realm of "painting."
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    • Retro & vintage design
    • Ultra vanities : minaudieres, necessaires and compacts
      Ultra vanities : minaudieres, necessaires and compacts
      Meredith Etherington-Smith.
      Exquisite jeweled minaudieres, necessaires, and compacts from the l8th to the 21st centuries are photographed and displayed here in great detail and set within the social and fashion contexts of their creation. Original archive photographs showcase the social leaders, stage and cinema stars, and fashion leaders who carried these exquisite little accessories as indispensable adjuncts to their glamorous lives. These triumphs of the jewelers art were designed to rest glittering on cocktail bars and grand dining tables. They were tiny but also extremely useful as is revealed in detailed photos of their highly engineered interiors. These little boxes were capable of carrying everything a woman might need during the course of an evening which might start at the Ritz and end at Bricktops Jazz Club -- everything from a lipstick, to a powder compact, to a comb, even a cigarette and lighter, hence their generic name of necessaire.
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    • Koopmanrareart.com Timeless Masterpieces in the Digital Age.
    • The quilters hall of fame : 42 masters who have shaped our art
      The quilters hall of fame : 42 masters who have shaped our art
      edited by Merikay Waldvogel, Rosalind Webster Perry, and Marian Ann Montgomery.
      "Masterpiece quilts. Master quilters. Both are honored in The Quilters Hall of Fame. The book profiles more than forty of the quilting world's most influential people--from early twentieth-century quilt designer Ruby McKim to quilt curator Jonathan Holstein to contemporary art quilter Nancy Crow. Lavishly illustrated with one hundred glorious color photographs of their quilts, plus historical photographs, ads, and pattern booklets, The Quilters Hall of Fame is essential for every quilter's bookshelf" -- Provided by publisher.
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    • Daily rituals : how artists work
      Daily rituals : how artists work
      Mason Currey.
      "How artists work, how they ritualize their days with the comforting (mundane) details of their lives: their daily routines, fears, dreams, naps, eating habits, and other prescribed, finely calibrated "subtle maneuvers" that help them use time, summon up willpower, exercise self-discipline and keep themselves afloat with optimism. Artists considering how they work--in letters, diaries, interviews, beguilingly compiled and edited by Mason Currey. Portraits that inspire, amuse, and delight and that reveal the profound fusion of discipline and dissipation through which the artistic temperament is allowed to evolve, recharge, emerge. From Beethoven and Kafka to George Sand, Picasso, Woody Allen and Agatha Christie; from Leo Tolstoy and Henry James to Charles Dickens and John Updike, here are writers, composers, painters, choreographers, playwrights, philosophers, caricaturists, comedians, poets, sculptors, and scientists on how they create (and avoid creating) their creations. A Sampling of Daily Rituals Charles Dickens Dickens's eldest son recalled that, "no city clerk was ever more methodical or orderly than he; no humdrum, monotonous, conventional task could ever have been discharged with more punctuality or with more business-like regularity than he gave to the work of his imagination and fancy." Dickens rose at 7:00, had breakfast at 8:00, and was in his study by 9:00. He stayed there until 2:00, taking a brief break for lunch with his family, during which he often seemed to be in a trance, eating mechanically and barely speaking a word before hurrying back to his desk. On an ordinary day he could complete about two thousand words, but during a flight of imagination he sometimes managed twice that amount. Maya Angelou I keep a hotel room in which I do my work--a tiny, mean room with just a bed and, sometimes, if I can find it, a face basin. I keep a dictionary, a Bible, a deck of cards, and a bottle of sherry in the room... "-- Provided by publisher.
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    • The lonely end of the rink : confessions of a reluctant goalie
    • Inside the room : writing TV with the pros at UCLA Extension Writers' Program
      Inside the room : writing TV with the pros at UCLA Extension Writers' Program
      edited by Linda Venis, Director, UCLA Extension Department of the Arts and Writers' Program.
      What does it take to go from being a TV fan to a professional TV writer? Television writers--whose many produced credits include The Simpsons; Mad Men; Frasier; X-Files; Battlestar Gallactica; CSI: Miami; Law and Order; and House, M.D.--take aspiring writers through the process of writing their first spec script for an on-air series, creating one-hour drama and sitcom pilots that break out from the pack, and revising their scripts to meet pro standards. They also learn how to launch and sustain a writing career and get a rare look inside the process of creating, selling, and getting a TV show made. Edited by Linda Venis, Director of the UCLA Extension Writers' Program, Inside the Room is an unmatched resource for everything readers need to know to write their way into the Writers Guild of America.
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    • Sirens & sinners : a visual history of Weimar film, 1918-1933
      Sirens & sinners : a visual history of Weimar film, 1918-1933
      by Hans Helmut Prinzler
      Between the first and second World Wars, Germany under the Weimar Republic became the scene for one of the most creative periods in film history. This is a lavish showcase of more than 70 films, selected to give a wide ranging overview of Weimar cinema at its finest.
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    • I do and I don't : a history of marriage in the movies
    • As you wish : inconceivable tales from the making of The princess bride
      As you wish : inconceivable tales from the making of The princess bride
      Cary Elwes with Joe Layden
      From actor Cary Elwes, who played the iconic role of Westley in The Princess Bride, comes a first-person account and behind-the-scenes look at the making of the cult classic film filled with never-before-told stories, exclusive photographs, and interviews with costars Robin Wright, Wallace Shawn, Billy Crystal, Christopher Guest, and Mandy Patinkin, as well as author and screenwriter William Goldman, producer Norman Lear, and director Rob Reiner.
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    • This movie will require dinosaurs
      This movie will require dinosaurs
      C. W. Neill.
      With This Movie Will Require Dinosaurs, C.W. Neill provides a unique and rare glimpse into the psyche and creative process of a struggling screenwriter. From the most basic of introductory scenes, to gigantic blockbuster action films, C.W.'s imagination spans across all genres and emotions.
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    • Not my father's son : a memoir
    • De Niro : a life
      De Niro : a life
      Shawn Levy.
      There's little debate that Robert De Niro is one of the greatest screen actors of his generation, perhaps of all time. His work, particularly in the first 20 years of his career, is unparalleled. De Niro become known for his deep involvement in his characters, resulting in extraordinary, chameleonic performances. Yet little is known about the off-screen De Niro--he is an intensely private man, whose rare public appearances are often marked by palpable awkwardness, in powerful contrast to his confident movie personae. In this compelling biography, Shawn Levy writes of these many De Niros--the characters and the man--seeking to understand the evolution of an actor who once dove deeply into his roles as if to hide his inner nature, and who now seemingly avoids acting challenges, taking roles which make few apparent demands on his overwhelming talent. Following De Niro's roots as the child of artists who encouraged him from an early age to be independent of vision and spirit, to his intense schooling as an actor, the rise of his career, his marriages, his life as a father, restaurateur, and businessman, and, of course, his current movie career, Levy has written a biography that reads like a novel about a character whose inner turmoil takes him to heights of artistry.--From publisher description.
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    • Watch me : a memoir
      Watch me : a memoir
      Anjelica Huston.
      "Picking up where A Story Lately Told leaves off, when Anjelica Huston is 22 years old, [this book] is a chronicle of her glamorous and eventful Hollywood years. She writes about falling in love with Jack Nicholson and her adventurous, turbulent, high-profile, spirited 17-year relationship with him and his intoxicating circle of friends. She writes about learning how to act, about her Academy Award-winning portrayal of Maerose Prizzi in Prizzi's Honor, [and] about her collaborations with many of the greatest directors in Hollywood, including Wes Anderson, Richard Condon, Bob Rafelson, Mike Nichols, and Stephen Frears"-- Provided by publisher.
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    • True love
      True love
      by Jennifer Lopez.

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    • American titan : searching for John Wayne
    • So anyway...
      So anyway...
      John Cleese.
      In this rollicking memoir, Cleese takes his readers on a Grand Tour of his ascent in the entertainment world, from his humble beginnings in a sleepy English town and his early comedic days at Cambridge University (with future Python partner Graham Chapman), to the founding of the landmark comedy troupe that would propel him to worldwide renown.
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