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Book of the Month
In an effort to understand our turbulent times, we turn to our artists, our poets, our artists... There is no better time than to read Brandon Taylor's incredible novel, "Real Life". The main character, Wallace is a grad student in a Midwestern city, where he's constantly reminded that his gay, black identity and his Southern upbringing mark him as an anomaly. An excellent look into how queer people of color maneuver microaggressions and profiling, in an effort to find acceptance in a broken world. A gorgeously-written and incredibly necessary novel. 
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Artist, diarist, collector, and writer Peter Beard (1938-2020) fashioned his life into a work of art. TASCHEN has published this large-format volume showcasing his work, and how completely this volume defines his oeuvre.

Hardcover, 10.2 x 14.7 in., 11.66 lb,
770 pages
In 1955, long before he became famous for his abstract metal sculptures, John Chamberlain lived at Black Mountain College, writing poetry. Beautifully produced, Black Mountain Chamberlain reveals a remarkable and unexpected new side of an important twentieth-century artist.

Hardcover, 9.5 x 10.5 in.
104 pages
Japanese Woodblock Prints. This XXL book lifts the veil on a much-loved but little-understood art, revealing the stories and people behind the 200 most exceptional prints from 1680–1938. Drawing from the finest impressions in museums and private collections around the world, it features the work of 89 artists as well as 17 fold-outs.
Hardcover, 11.4 x 15.6 in., 12.75 lb,
622 pages
C reated in concert with an exhibition at the Muse´e d'Orsay in Paris, and the National Gallery of Art in Washington, DC, this catalogue considers Paris Opera's influence on Degas. Filled with striking reproductions of Degas's work and including insightful essays by leading curators and scholars, Degas at the Opera offers admission into the world of Degas and the Paris Opera of the nineteenth century.

Harcover, 9.9 x 1.3 in.
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