Here is our fall catalog 2015. It
contains some highlights that I’d like to mention up front:
Wim Wenders’ new book of
landscape photographs deals mainly with the solitude and loneliness of the
American West and other places he found during his travels around the globe.
Cy Twombly’s great artistic work,
an early publishing impulse when Schirmer/Mosel was founded 40 years ago, is
celebrated by continuing his Catalogue Raisonné of Drawings.
covers the years 1970 and 1971. Both catalogues, the one on his paintings and
the one on his drawings, have been engaging our energy for some 30 years now,
and the drawings edition will continue to do so for several years to come.
1945 – Icons of a Year collects some of the most important moments of
20th-century history, featuring photographic icons from the Eastern and
Western front. Robert Longo’s acclaimed photographic series
Men in the
Cities is back in print.
D’Orazio’s polaroids of beautiful women are a breathtaking sensation.
giant buildings are the subject of a mesmerizing monograph by German
photographer Rainer Viertlböck.
Jimmy Dean says hello with a
visual biography of his short life. The 60th anniversary of his untimely death
in September 2015 will certainly prompt the rebel hero’s resurrection in the
Eileen Gray’s seminal furniture and architecture designs presented in
Peter Adam’s major monograph cover not just fifty but all shades of Gray.
These and many more interesting
titles will hopefully be appreciated by professionals of painting,
photography, fashion, and design—and by the general public as well.
Munich, May 2015