A very personal memoir from a well-known comedian and writer, of how, after many years and with a lot of help and talking, Calman embraced her depression and realised that she can be the most joyous sad person you´ll ever meet.
The story of the artistic genius who provoked early 20th-century tolerance. A graphic novel based on the artist Schiele focusing on his creative years, development of his talent and relationships with other artists.
The original collection featured in ´´Graffiti World´´ highlighted more than 2,000 illustrations by 150 artists from around the world. This updated edition includes a new section devoted to work created in the five years since the book´s first edition.
A portrait of the Hollywood artist details the iconic photograph that catapulted Eve Babitz to notoriety, her high-profile affairs, her unheralded literary achievements, her years in seclusion and her recent re-emergence. By the author of Hollywood´s Eve. 75,000 first printing.
For any woman who last saw forty on her speedometer comes a sparkling new primer for aging-the French way-with grace and style. Frenchwomen of a certain age (over forty) are captivating and complex. They appear younger than their years and remain stylish throughout their lives. They look at birthdays as a celebration of a life well-lived and perhaps a good reason to go shopping before they dress to perfection for a celebration of another anniversaire. American-born journalist and blogger Tish Jett has lived among the French for years and has studied them and stalked them to learn their secrets. Exploring how their wardrobe, beauty, diet, and hair rituals evolve with time and how some aspects of their signature styles never change, Jett shows how Frenchwomen know their strengths, hide their weaknesses, and never talk about their fears, failures, or flaws. After all, in France, beauty, style, and charm have no expiration dates!
The most complete monograph ever published and the first after the death of the great Venetian photographer. An incomparable photographer with images from all over the world, Roiter started to take photographs in 1947. For twenty-five years, he preferred to use black and white, with an uncompromising formal and compositional rigor and a technique rooted in contrast, a technique he would continue to seek even in his later work with color. The catalog celebrates Fulvio Roiter with essays by Italo Zannier and Denis Curti and an anthology of writings on his art. The photographs are organized into thematic sections: ´´Venice in Black and White,´´ ´´The Tree,´´ ´´Venice in Color,´´ ´´Italy in Black and White,´´ ´´Around the World´´ and ´´A Man Without Desires.´´