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arnoldsche Art Publishers Program
Autumn / Winter 2024

The publication Kindred Spirits presents Japanese ceramics in the Chinese style of the 19th- and 20th-centuries and exemplifies the artistic, cultural, and social ties between China and Japan. The jewelry of the New York retailer Marcus & Co. is examined in the publication of the same name, highlighting the artistic and technical sophistication of these Art Nouveau and Art Deco masterpieces. The works of photographer Joachim Baldauf are at the forefront of the publication Walpurgis Night’s Dream and fire our imagination in spectacular ways.

These three books, and the many other new releases from our wide-ranging publication program, illustrate in all their diversity how art reenacts and renders visible the infinite realm of human existence in all its facets.

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arnoldsche Art Publishers Program
Spring / Summer 2024

For three decades, our program has represented art and culture from all over the world, which includes, of course, every denomination. In our new titles as well as our backlist, you will find jewelry from Israel, woodwork from Egypt, Buddhist mandalas, South African painting, Bavarian craft, and much more. The artists and designers of these works—be they contemporary or historical—prove that art without cultural context is just not possible. Each culture and religion has made and continues to make its own contribution to a multifaceted and variegated world worth living in.

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arnoldsche Art Publishers Program
Autumn / Winter 2023

Many of our publications document public or private collections. In doing this, we liberate art from its showcase, locate and preserve it, and present it to a wider audience. In our autumn program, Morgan—The Collector grants profound insights into the dazzling personality of the US American industrial magnate J. Pierpont Morgan and the collection he amassed in the late nineteenth century. Majapahit presents the fascinating terra-cottas of an almost unknown culture in Indonesia, while the world of artistic ceramics, increasingly appreciated by collectors, is represented by the monographs Claude Champy and Johannes Nagel. And sticking to our publishing tradition, we launch Jakob Bengel, a volume marking the 150-year anniversary of the industrial monument in Idar-Oberstein, and SALIR, a publication on the collectors’ classic Murano glass.

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arnoldsche Art Publishers Program
Spring / Summer 20203

This Spring program presents once again some very special gems. On the following pages we showcase books on early tubular-steel furniture from the Bauhaus, the secret art of upholstery, extravagant glove design, and stunning beadwork, the Messages, by African American artist Joyce Scott.

Discover these unique and willful artworks as well as some tenacious women.

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arnoldsche Art Publishers Program
Autumn / Winter 2022

Here you will find the information about our new publications for the fall / winter season 2022. In the upcoming half-year, our program is dedicated to humanism. Thus, we are looking forward to the publication of the Pforzheim Jewelry Museum on the occasion of this year’s 500th anniversary of the death of Johannes Reuchlin, but also to the consideration of the mandala as the starting point of a sacred geometry, which made its way into the history of art and architecture.

Discover these and other titles on our homepage or in our current catalogue!

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