The Art and Politics of Holocaust Memorials
In Fitting Memory, a critical survey of Holocaust memorials and monuments in Europe, Israel, and the United States, focuses on the archeological remains at the original sites of Nazi terror which constituted the first postwar memorials.
The first book devoted to the life and work of a contemporary Italian-born American artist Harry Bertoia.
Monotypes and Other Monographics
A representative of the principle styles and themes that emerges from Harry Bertoia’s printmaking and structure work.
Books and Coins from the Prince-Bishopric of Salzburg (c. 1500 — c. 1800)
Salt, Sword, and Crozier highlights the dual authority of the princely sword and the bishop’s staff or crozier.
Jewish Identity in the American Scene
A study of Ben Shahn’s New Deal murals (1933–43) in the context of American Jewish history, labor history, and public discourse.
Cass Corridor Revisited, 1966-1980
Exhibition catalog highlighting artists of Cass Corridor from the 1960s-1970s.
The definitive volume on Detroit's architectural history, from the 1700s to the end of the twentieth century.
A vibrantly photographed historical survey of significant Detroit houses of worship.
Alois Riegl and the Discourse on History and Temporality in Fin-de-Siècle Vienna
Expands our understanding of Alois Riegl beyond his role as an art historian to a pivotal figure in cultural theory at large, while placing his interest in history and time within the intellectual world of fin-de-siècle Vienna.
Printed Paper Cased
Yorùbá Art, Ritual, and Resistance in Brazilian Candomblé
The first art historical study of Yoruba-descended African Brazilian religious art based on an author's long-term participation in and observation of private and public rituals.
Michael Ayrton and the Myth of Daedalus
An original inquiry into how the artistic psyche interacts with myth; includes a catalogue of the works of British artist Michael Ayrton.