We enjoyed meeting authors and selling books at last week's College Art Association annual meeting in New York City.
Congratulations to Claudia Calirman, whose book Brazilian Art under Dictatorship won the Arvey Book Award from the Association for Latin American Art. The committee said the book stood "out for its nuanced insight into a fascinating chapter of Brazilian visual culture."
Kellie Jones with her book EyeMinded: Living and Writing Contemporary Art.
Nicholas Mirzoeff, author of The Right to Look: A Counterhistory of Visuality.
Margo Machida, author of Unsettled Visions: Contemporary Asian American Artists and the Social Imaginary.
Tom Finkelpearl and his new book What We Made: Conversations on Art and Social Cooperation.
Keith Moxey, whose book Visual Time: The Image in History, will be available in June, with his wife Michael Ann Holly.
And finally, we didn't get her picture, but Mira Schor, author of A Decade of Negative Thinking and Wet, participated in the prestigious Distinquished Artists Interviews at the meeting. Read a summary of the interview at the tART blog.
Thanks to Duke Press staffer Julie Thomson for the photos.