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Best art and coffee table books?

What are your favorite coffee table books and art books? Examples for me are the art editions of Taschen like GOAT, The Godfather family Album, the MILK project(Humanity), all books by David LaChappelle. [more inside]
posted by tusharj on Jul 5, 2009 - 22 answers

Contemporary Art History and Theory

Help me learn as much as I can about the history and theory of contemporary art. I would at this point, love to take up a full time course for two years on the above, but for several reasons I cannot do so. I can however, spend 3-4 hours daily to read and study. I also spend almost three months of the year travelling to various biennales, museums and collections around the world to up my knowledge. But while I am fairly up to date with what is going on today, I need to get myself a proper history so i know the context of what I am seeing. So if someone could provide me with a systematic syllabus of what I need to read, it would be appreciated. An actual syllabus from a top notch program would be the best. A great book I read on the subject was "Shock of the New" by Robert Hughes.
posted by tusharj on Jun 28, 2009 - 16 answers

Tips, tools and tricks of the trade for a niche bookstore

I am in the process of starting a niche bookstore, with no prior experience in retail. Help me with tips, tools and tricks of the trade, ie software, systems etc. [more inside]
posted by tusharj on Jun 21, 2009 - 12 answers

Help me build the best contemporary book collection ever!

I am looking to build an amazing collection of contemporary books, which will include essentials, but also osbcure yet amazing titles. I am including the categories that I am looking to build my collection in below, and I am looking at about 20-30 titles in each category, say 20 essentials and 10 obscure titles. [more inside]
posted by tusharj on Jun 13, 2009 - 33 answers

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