The Best Art & Photography Books of 2016 (A Year-End List Aggregation)

THe Best Art and Photography Books of 2016

“What are the best Art & Photography Books of 2016?” We aggregated 32 year-end lists and ranked the 446 unique titles by how many times they appeared in an attempt to answer that very question!

There are thousands of year-end lists released every year and, like we do in our weekly Best Book articles, we wanted to see which books appear on them the most. We used 32 lists and found 446 unique titles. The top 22 books, all appearing on 3 or more lists, are below with images, summaries, and links for learning more or purchasing. The remaining books, along with the articles we used, can be found at the bottom of the page.

Be sure to check out our other Best Book of the year lists:

And if you want to see how they compare to last year, take a look at the 2015 lists as well!

Happy Scrolling!


The Top Art & Photography Books of 2016

22 .) 1% Privilege in a Time of Global Inequality by Myles Little

Lists It Appears On:

  • Time
  • American Photomag
  • PDN

To be able to simply drift in the infinity pool on the roof terrace of the 57-floor Marina Bay Sand Hotel, while enjoying in the background the urban soundscape of Singapore’s imposing sea of high-rises; or to be personally welcomed to a private champagne party after an extended hot-air balloon ride over the Kenyan wilderness: the extravagant pleasures of the wealthiest 1% of the earth’s population represent an extreme contrast to those of the remaining 99%. Describing the gaping disparities in images is a challenge that has been taken up by photographers such as Nina Berman, Peter Bialobrzeski, Guillaume Bonn, Greg Girard, David Leventi, Michael Light, Andrew Moore, Matthew Pillsbury, Mikhael Subotzky, Brian Ulrich and many others. This volume provides visual evidence of the blatant discrepancy between people’s living conditions, which can be as fascinating as it is shocking.

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21 .) Alexander McQueen: Unseen by Robert Fairer

Lists It Appears On:

  • San Francisco Chronicle
  • San Francisco Chronicle
  • Vogue

Alexander McQueen, the iconic designer whose untimely death in 2010 left the fashion world reeling and fans worldwide clamoring for more, fused immense creativity, audacity, and a hauntingly dark aesthetic sense into powerful, unforgettable imagery. The strange, singular beauty of his clothing was matched by the spectacle of his legendary fashion shows, which demonstrated his outstanding showmanship and consistently pushed the boundaries of runway events. Robert Fairer’s intimate, vibrant full-color photographs of McQueen’s collections, taken backstage and on the catwalk when few photographers were allowed access, offer a unique insight into the life and work of one of the world’s most captivating figures.

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20 .) Dear Data by Giorgia Lupi and Stefanie Posavec

Lists It Appears On:

  • Amazon
  • Fast Code Design
  • Print Mag

Equal parts mail art, data visualization, and affectionate correspondence, Dear Data celebrates “the infinitesimal, incomplete, imperfect, yet exquisitely human details of life,” in the words of Maria Popova (Brain Pickings), who introduces this charming and graphically powerful book. For one year, Giorgia Lupi, an Italian living in New York, and Stefanie Posavec, an American in London, mapped the particulars of their daily lives as a series of hand-drawn postcards they exchanged via mail weekly—small portraits as full of emotion as they are data, both mundane and magical. Dear Data reproduces in pinpoint detail the full year’s set of cards, front and back, providing a remarkable portrait of two artists connected by their attention to the details of their lives—including complaints, distractions, phone addictions, physical contact, and desires. These details illuminate the lives of two remarkable young women and also inspire us to map our own lives, including specific suggestions on what data to draw and how. A captivating and unique book for designers, artists, correspondents, friends, and lovers everywhere.

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19 .) Hieronymus Bosch, Painter and Draughtsman: Catalogue Raisonne by Matthijs Ilsink and Jos Koldeweij

Lists It Appears On:

  • The App Whisperer
  • Spectator
  • Spectator

Compiled by members of the Bosch Research and Conservation Project and published on the 500th anniversary of Hieronymus Bosch’s death, this is the definitive new catalogue of all of Bosch’s extant paintings and drawings. His mastery and genius have been redefined as a result of six years of research on the iconography, techniques, pedigree, and conservation history of his paintings and on his life. This stunning volume includes all new photography, as well as up-to-date research on the individual works. For the first time, the incredible creativity of this late medieval artist, expressed in countless details, is reproduced and discussed in this book. Special attention is being paid to Bosch as an image maker, a skilled draughtsman, and a brutal painter, changing the game of painting around 1500 by his innovative way of working.

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18 .) Highway Kind by Justine Kurland

Lists It Appears On:

  • Time
  • Elin Spring
  • American Photomag

Following in the photographic lineage of Robert Frank, Stephen Shore, and Joel Sternfeld, Justine Kurland’s work examines the story of America―and the idea of the American dream juxtaposed against the reality. Her deep interest in the road, the western frontier, escape, and ways of living outside mainstream values pervade this stunning and important body of work. Since 2004, Kurland and her young son, Casper, have traveled in their customized van, going south in the winter and north in the summer, her life as an artist and mother finely balanced between the need for routine and the desire for freedom and surprise. Casper’s interest ―particularly in trains, and later in cars―and those he befriends along the way often determine Kurland’s subject matter. He appears at different ages in the work, against open vistas and among the subcultures of train-hoppers and drifters around them. Kurland’s vision is in equal parts raw and romantic, idyllic and dystopian. From highly symbolic pictures of trains moving across epic landscapes to allegorical depictions of mechanics and muscle cars, this book features the full scope of her road work―from her series This Train is Bound for Glory, to her most recent, Sincere Auto Care.

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17 .) Inherit The Dust by Nick Brandt

Lists It Appears On:

  • PDN
  • Financial Review
  • American Photomag

Three years after the completion of his trilogy, On This Earth, A Shadow Falls Across the Ravaged Land, Nick Brandt returned to East Africa to photograph the escalating changes to the continent’s natural world and its animals. In a series of epic panoramas, Brandt recorded the impact of man in places where animals used to roam, but no longer do. In each location, Brandt erected a life-size panel of one of his portrait photographs–showing groups of elephants, rhinos, giraffes, lions, cheetahs and zebras–placing the displaced animals on sites of explosive urban development, new factories, wastelands and quarries. The contemporary figures within the photographs seem oblivious to the presence of the panels and the animals represented in them, who are now no more than ghosts in the landscape. Inherit the Dust includes this new body of panoramic photographs along with original portraits of the animals used in the panoramas, the unique emotional animal portraiture for which Brandt is recognized. There are also two essays by the artist: a text about the crisis facing the conservation of the natural world in East Africa, and behind-the-scenes descriptions of Brandt’s elaborate production process, with accompanying documentary photographs.

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16 .) Kitchen Table Series by Carrie Mae Weems

Lists It Appears On:

  • The New York Times Magazine
  • The App Whisperer
  • American Photomag

Kitchen Table Series is the first publication dedicated solely to this early and important body of work by the American artist Carrie Mae Weems. The 20 photographs and 14 text panels that make up Kitchen Table Series tell a story of one woman’s life, as conducted in the intimate setting of her kitchen. The kitchen, one of the primary spaces of domesticity and the traditional domain of women, frames her story, revealing to us her relationships―with lovers, children, friends―and her own sense of self, in her varying projections of strength, vulnerability, aloofness, tenderness and solitude. As Weems describes it, this work of art depicts “the battle around the family … monogamy … and between the sexes.” Weems herself is the protagonist of the series, though the woman she depicts is an archetype. Kitchen Table Series seeks to reposition and reimagine the possibility of women and the possibility of people of color, and has to do with, in the artist’s words, “unrequited love.”

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15 .) Lartigue: Life in Color by Martine D’Astier

Lists It Appears On:

  • Elin Spring
  • Vogue
  • The Art of Photography

Although known for his black-and-white work, Lartigue loved color film, experimenting with the Autochrome process in the teens and twenties and embracing Ektachrome in the late 1940s. His color work, reproduced here for the first time, is astonishingly fresh: the French countryside, the women in his life, famous friends (Picasso, Fellini), and glimpses from his travels all come alive in this delightful book.

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14 .) Les Dîners De Gala by Salvador Dalí

Lists It Appears On:

  • Vulture
  • NPR
  • Spectator

“This reprint features all 136 recipes over 12 chapters, specially illustrated by Dalí, and organized by meal courses, including aphrodisiacs. The illustrations and recipes are accompanied by Dalí’s extravagant musings on subjects such as dinner conversation: “The jaw is our best tool to grasp philosophical knowledge.”

All these rich recipes can be cooked at home, although some will require practiced skill and a well-stocked pantry. This is cuisine of the old school, with meals by leading French chefs from such stellar Paris restaurants as Lasserre, La Tour d’Argent, Maxim’s, and Le Train Bleu. Good taste, however voluptuous, never goes out of fashion. In making this exceptionally rare book available to a wide audience, TASCHEN brings an artwork, a practical cookbook, and a multisensory adventure to today’s kitchens.”

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13 .) Mad Enchantment: Claude Monet and the Painting of the Water Lilies by Ross King

Lists It Appears On:

  • Booklist Online
  • The Guardian
  • The App Whisperer

“Claude Monet is perhaps the world’s most beloved artist, and among all his creations, the paintings of the water lilies in his garden at Giverny are most famous. Seeing them in museums around the world, viewers are transported by the power of Monet’s brush into a peaceful world of harmonious nature. Monet himself intended them to provide “an asylum of peaceful meditation.” Yet, as Ross King reveals in his magisterial chronicle of both artist and masterpiece, these beautiful canvases belie the intense frustration Monet experienced at the difficulties of capturing the fugitive effects of light, water, and color. They also reflect the terrible personal torments Monet suffered in the last dozen years of his life.

Mad Enchantment tells the full story behind the creation of the Water Lilies, as the horrors of World War I came ever closer to Paris and Giverny, and a new generation of younger artists, led by Henri Matisse and Pablo Picasso, were challenging the achievements of Impressionism. By early 1914, French newspapers were reporting that Monet, by then 73 and one of the world’s wealthiest, most celebrated painters, had retired his brushes. He had lost his beloved wife, Alice, and his eldest son, Jean. His famously acute vision–what Paul Cezanne called “”the most prodigious eye in the history of painting””–was threatened by cataracts. And yet, despite ill health, self-doubt, and advancing age, Monet began painting again on a more ambitious scale than ever before. Linking great artistic achievement to the personal and historical dramas unfolding around it, Ross King presents the most intimate and revealing portrait of an iconic figure in world culture–from his lavish lifestyle and tempestuous personality to his close friendship with the fiery war leader Georges Clemenceau, who regarded the Water Lilies as one of the highest expressions of the human spirit.”

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12 .) Overview: A New Perspective of Earth by Benjamin Grant

Lists It Appears On:

  • American Photomag
  • Amazon
  • Smithsonian Mag

Inspired by the “Overview Effect”–a sensation that astronauts experience when given the opportunity to look down and view the Earth as a whole–the breathtaking, high definition satellite photographs in OVERVIEW offer a new way to look at the landscape that we have shaped. More than 200 images of industry, agriculture, architecture, and nature highlight incredible patterns while also revealing a deeper story about human impact. This extraordinary photographic journey around our planet captures the sense of wonder gained from a new, aerial vantage point and creates a perspective of Earth as it has never been seen before.

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11 .) Plant: Exploring the Botanical World by Phaidon Editors

Lists It Appears On:

  • Readings
  • Smithsonian Mag
  • Financial Review

Following in the footsteps of the international bestseller Map: Exploring the World, this fresh and visually stunning survey celebrates the extraordinary beauty and diversity of plants. It combines photographs and cutting-edge micrograph scans with watercolours, drawings, and prints to bring this universally popular and captivating subject vividly to life. Carefully selected by an international panel of experts and arranged in a uniquely structured sequence to highlight thought-provoking contrasts and similarities, this stunning compilation of botanically themed images includes iconic work by celebrated artists, photographers, scientists, and botanical illustrators, as well as rare and previously unpublished images.

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10 .) Provoke: Between Protest and Performance by Araki Nobuyoshi and Daido Moriyama

Lists It Appears On:

  • The Guardian 2
  • TooCool2BeTrue
  • Photo-eye

The short-lived Japanese magazine Provoke, founded in 1968, is nowadays recognized as a major contribution to postwar photography in Japan, featuring the country’s finest representatives of protest photography, vanguard fine art and critical theory in only three issues overall. The magazine’s goal was to mirror the complexities of Japanese society and its art world of the 1960s, a decade shaped by the country’s first large-scale student protests. The movement yielded a wave of new books featuring innovative graphic design combined with photography: serialized imagery, gripping text-image combinations, dynamic cropping and the use of provocatively “poor” materials. The writings and images by Provoke’s members―critic Koji Taki, poet Takahiko Okada, photographers Takuma Nakahira, Yakata Takanashi and Daido Moriyama―were suffused with the tactics developed by Japanese protest photographers such as Nobuyoshi Araki, Eikoh Hosoe and Shomei Tomatsu, who pointed at and criticized the mythologies of modern life. Provoke accompanies the first exhibition ever to be held on the magazine and its creators. Illuminating the various uses of photography in Japan at the time, the catalogue focuses on selected projects undertaken between 1960 and 1975 that offer a strongly interpretative account of currents in Japanese art and society at a moment of historical collapse and renewal.

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9 .) Slim Aarons: Women by Laura Hawk and Slim Aarons

Lists It Appears On:

  • Amazon
  • San Francisco Chronicle
  • Financial Review

Slim Aarons: Women explores the central subject of Slim Aarons’s career—the extraordinary women from the upper echelons of high society, the arts, fashion, and Hollywood. The book presents the women who most influenced Aarons’s life and work—and the other remarkable personalities he photographed along the way, including Audrey Hepburn, Jackie Kennedy, Diana Vreeland, and Marilyn Monroe, all featured in unforgettable photographs. The collection contains more than 200 images, the majority of which have not appeared in previous books, along with detailed captions written by one of Aarons’s closest colleagues. Showcasing beautiful women at their most glamorous in some of the most dazzling locations across the globe, Slim Aarons: Women is a fresh look at the acclaimed photographer through the muses who inspired his most incredible photographs.

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8 .) Astres Noirs by Katrin Koenning and Sarker Protick

Lists It Appears On:

  • Time
  • The Guardian 2
  • Photo-eye
  • TooCool2BeTrue

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7 .) Border Cantos by Richard Misrach and Guillermo Galindo

Lists It Appears On:

  • PDN
  • The Guardian 2
  • The New York Times Magazine
  • American Photomag

This project presents a unique collaboration between photographer Richard Misrach and composer and performer Guillermo Galindo. Misrach has been photographing the 2,000-mile border between the US and Mexico since 2004, with increased focus since 2009—the latest installation in his ongoing series Desert Cantos, a multifaceted approach to the study of place and man’s complex relationship to it. Misrach and Galindo have been working together to create pieces that both document and transform the artifacts of migration. Using water bottles, clothing, backpacks, Border Patrol drag tires, spent shotgun shells, ladders and sections of the border wall itself, most of which were collected by Misrach, Galindo fashions instruments to be performed as unique sound-generating devices. He also imagines graphic musical scores, many of which also use Misrach’s photographs as points of departure. A unique melding of the artist as documentarian and interpreter, the book includes several suites of photographs drawn from a number of distinct series or Cantos, some made with a large-format camera as well as an iPhone. The book contains a compilation of two dozen sculpture-instruments, graphic scores, instrument designs and links to videos of performances by Galindo.

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6 .) Got to Go by Rosalind Fox Solomon

Lists It Appears On:

  • Time
  • PDN
  • Photo-eye
  • The New York Times Magazine

Part memoir and part fiction, Got To Go presents a collection of photographs from across Rosalind Fox Solomon’s life, contrasting a narrative of her own early years with other, urgent images that reveal a wider vision of the world, one outside of the rigid boundaries imposed by society and the home. If biography is a net cast upon us by family and shaped by social codes, Fox Solomon lays bare the limits of the net, as she negotiates the cusp between lived life and her imagination. Describing the work as a “tragicomedy”, full of both humour and pathos, Fox Solomon probes the limits we impose on ourselves, not only social codes but also the inherited tenets which are so difficult to escape. Fox Solomon, an American artist based in New York City, is celebrated for her portraits and connection to human suffering, ritual, survival and struggle. Her work has been shown in nearly 30 solo exhibitions and 100 group exhibitions, and is in the collections of over 50 museums worldwide.

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5 .) Invisible Man: Gordon Parks and Ralph Ellison in Harlem by Gordon Parks

Lists It Appears On:

  • PDN
  • American Photomag
  • Time
  • Culture Type

“It is relatively unknown that the photographer Gordon Parks was close friends with Ralph Ellison, author of the acclaimed 1952 novel Invisible Man. Even less known is the fact that their common vision of racial injustices, coupled with a shared belief in the communicative power of photography, inspired collaboration on two important projects, in 1948 and 1952. Capitalizing on the growing popularity of the picture press, Parks and Ellison first joined forces on an essay titled “”Harlem Is Nowhere”” for ‘48: The Magazine of the Year.

Conceived while Ellison was already three years into writing Invisible Man, this illustrated essay was centered on the Lafargue Clinic, the first non-segregated psychiatric clinic in New York City, as a case study for the social and economic conditions in Harlem. He chose Parks to create the accompanying photographs, and during the winter of 1948, the two roamed the streets of Harlem, with Parks photographing under the guidance of Ellison’s writing. In 1952 the two collaborated again on “”A Man Becomes Invisible”” for the August 25 issue of Life, which promoted Ellison’s newly released novel. This is the first publication on Parks’ and Ellison’s two collaborations, one of which was lost, while the other was published only in reduced form.”

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4 .) In the Beginning, by Diane Arbus

Lists It Appears On:

  • American Photomag
  • Artnet
  • Photo-eye
  • The Guardian 2
  • TooCool2BeTrue

Diane Arbus (1923–1971) is one of the most distinctive and provocative artists of the twentieth century. Her photographs of children and eccentrics, couples and circus performers, female impersonators and nudists, are among the most recognizable images of our time. This book is the definitive study of the artist’s first seven years of work, from 1956 to 1962. Drawn primarily from the rich holdings of the Metropolitan Museum’s Diane Arbus Archive—a remarkable treasury of photographs, negatives, appointment books, notebooks, and correspondence—it is an essential contribution to our understanding of Arbus and her oeuvre.

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3 .) Discordia by Moises Saman

Lists It Appears On:

  • PDN
  • Photo-eye
  • The Guardian 2
  • Time
  • TooCool2BeTrue

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2 .) Libyan Sugar by Michael Christopher Brown

Lists It Appears On:

  • American Photomag
  • PDN
  • Photo-eye
  • The New York Times Magazine
  • Time

Centered around the 2011 Libyan Revolution, Libyan Sugar is a road trip through a war zone, detailed through photographs, journal entries, and written communication with family and colleagues. A record of Michael Christopher Brown’s life both inside and outside Libya during that year, the work is about a young man going to war for the first time and his experience of that age-old desire to get as close as possible to a conflict in order to discover something about war and something about himself, perhaps a certain definition of life and death.

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1 .) ZZYZX by Gregory Halpern

Lists It Appears On:

  • American Photomag
  • PDN
  • Photo-eye
  • The Guardian 2
  • The New York Times Magazine
  • Time
  • TooCool2BeTrue

The early settlers dubbed California The Golden State, and The Land of Milk and Honey. Today there are the obvious ironies – sprawl, spaghetti junctions and skid row-but the place is not so easily distilled or visualized, either as a clichéd paradise or as its demise. There’s a strange kind of harmony when it’s all seen together-the sublime, the psychedelic, the self-destructive. Like all places, it’s unpredictable and contradictory, but to greater extremes. Cultures and histories coexist, the beautiful sits next to the ugly, the redemptive next to the despairing, and all under a strange and singular light, as transcendent as it is harsh. The pictures in this book begin in the desert east of Los Angeles and move west through the city, ending at the Pacific. This general westward movement alludes to a thirst for water, as well as the original expansion of America, which was born in the East and which hungrily drove itself West until reaching the Pacific, thereby fulfilling its “manifest” destiny. The people, places, and animals in the book did exist before Halpern’s camera, but he has sewn these photographs into a work of fiction or fantasy-a structure, sequence and edit which, like Los Angeles itself, teeters on the brink of collapsing under the weight of its own strangely-shaped mass.

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#23-446 Best Photography & Art Books of 2016


# Books Authors Lists
(Books Appear On 2 Lists Each)
23 A History of Pictures: From the Cave to the Computer Screen David Hockney and Martin Gayford Evening Standard
The App Whisperer
24 Anthony Hernandez Anthony Hernandez Photo-eye
American Photomag
25 Artrage!: The Story of the BRITART Revolution The Guardian
The App Whisperer
26 Black is the Day, Black is the Night Amy Elkins Time
27 Bolshoi Confidential: Secrets of the Russian Ballet from the Rule of the Tsars to Today Simon Morrison Booklist Online
28 Bruce Davidson: An Illustrated Biography, Vicki Goldberg American Photomag
Elin Spring
29 Carbon, Charles Lindsay American Photomag
30 Carrie Mae Weems: Kitchen Table Series Culture Type
Elin Spring
31 Come to Selfhood Joshua Rashaad McFadden Photo-eye
Elin Spring
32 Diagram of the Heart Glenna Gordon PDN
American Photomag
33 Draplin Design Co.: Pretty Much Everything Aaron James Draplin Amazon
Print Mag
34 Edward Burtynsky: Essential Elements William A. Ewing Crave
American Photomag
35 Elegy Justin Kimball PDN
Elin Spring
36 Ellsworth Kelly: Photographs Ellsworth Kelly Time
37 Folk Aaron Schuman Time
38 Folklig Idrott Maximilian Stejskal Time
39 Impossible Wardrobes Olivier Saillard and Tilda Swinton, photographs by Ruediger Glatz San Francisco Chronicle
San Francisco Chronicle
40 Inge Morath, Style Icon John P. Jacob and Justine Picardie PDN
41 Kids in Love Olivia Bee Elin Spring
American Photomag
42 L’Enfant Femme Rania Matar Elin Spring
43 Little North Road Daniel Traub Time
The App Whisperer
44 Living in the Landscape Anna Johnson and Richard Black Readings
Financial Review
45 Mark Neville: Fancy Pictures Mark Neville Time
The App Whisperer
46 Mounting Frustration: The Art Museum in the Age of Black Power Culture Type
47 Mr. Ken Fulk’s Magical World Ken Fulk Amazon
San Francisco Chronicle
48 Never Built New York Sam Lubell and Greg Goldin Fast Code Design
49 Peter Hujar: Lost Downtown Peter Hujar Time
Elin Spring
50 Photographs from the Edge, Art Wolfe with Rob Sheppard American Photomag
51 Power to the People: The World of the Black Panthers Stephen Shames and Bobby Seale Crave
Culture Type
52 Service, Platon American Photomag
53 Shenasnameh Amak Mahmoodian Time
54 Stoppers: My Life at Vogue, Phyllis Posnick American Photomag
55 Sunday Sketching Christoph Neimann Fast Code Design
Print Mag
56 Swing Time Zadie Smith Kirkus
57 The Art of Rivalry Sebastian Smee Vogue
58 The Lonely City: Adventures in the Art of Being Alone Olivia Laing Booklist Online
59 The Radical Eye: Modernist Photography from the Sir Elton John Collection Simon Baker and Shoair Mavlian Financial Times
The App Whisperer
60 Wild Encounters: Iconic Photographs of the World’s Vanishing Animals and Cultures David Yarrow Amazon
Smithsonian Mag
61 Wolfgang David Fathi The Guardian 2
(Books Appear On 1 List Each)
62 1971: A Year in the Life of Color Culture Type
63 20 Iconic Film Posters Jennifer Bass and Pat Kirkham Print Mag
64 a Handful of Dust David Campany Time
65 A House Bunny Williams and Schafer Gil Amazon
66 A Humument: Final Edition Tom Phillips Print Mag
67 A Matter of Memory: Photography as Object in the Digital Age The App Whisperer
68 A Pure Solar World: Sun Ra and the Birth of Afrofuturism Paul Youngquist Booklist Online
69 A Sea of Glass: Searching for the Blaschkas’ Fragile Legacy in an Ocean at Risk Drew Harvell Smithsonian Mag
70 Absence of Being Susan Burnstine Elin Spring
71 Action Time Vision Tony Brook and Adrian Shaughnessy Print Mag
72 Aeronautics in the Backyard Xiaoxiao Xu The Guardian 2
73 African Catwalk Culture Type
74 Alex Webb: La Calle, Photographs from Mexico Elin Spring
75 Alma Thomas Culture Type
76 American Motel Signs: 1980-2008 Steve Fitch Photo-eye
77 Ancient Skies, Ancient Trees Beth Moon and Clark Strand Amazon
78 Andy Warhol: Polaroids 1958-1987 PDN
79 Animals That Saw Me: Volume Two, Ed Panar American Photomag
80 Another Girl Another Planet, Valerie Phillips American Photomag
81 Architecture’s Odd Couple: Frank Lloyd Wright and Philip Johnson Hugh Howard Curbed
82 Around That Time: Horst at Home in Vogue Vogue
83 Around the House Robert Adams Photo-eye
84 Art Deco Collectibles: Fashionable Objets from the Jazz Age The Vore
85 Art in Detail: 100 Masterpieces Susie Hodge Financial Review
86 Art is the Highest Form of Hope’ & Other Quotes by Artists Spectator
87 Art+Climate=Change Guy Abrahams, Kelly Gellatly and Bronwyn Johnson Readings
88 At Mirrored River Enda Bowe Photo-eye
89 Attraper au Vol (Catch in the Air), Fred Mortagne American Photomag
90 Automagic Anouk Kruithof Photo-eye
91 Avedon At Work Laura Wilson The Art of Photography
92 Badly Repaired Cars Ronni Campana Photo-eye
93 barespagnol Pablo Casino Photo-eye
94 Baroque and Later Paintings in the Ashmolean Museum Catherine Whistler Evening Standard
95 Bees & The Bearable Chen Zhe Photo-eye
96 Before Pictures Douglas Crimp Vulture
97 Beguiled Charley Harper Print Mag
98 Bellissima!: The Italian Automotive Renaissance, 1945 to 1975 The Vore
99 Berenice Abbott: Paris Portraits, 1925-1930 Elin Spring
100 Berlin Pierre Mac Orlan Photo-eye
101 Beyond Maps and Atlases Bertien van Manen Photo-eye
102 Blank Pages of an Iranian Photo Album Newsha Tavakolian PDN
103 Block Aapo Huhta PDN
104 Blocks Dustin Shum Photo-eye
105 Bowie, Steve Schapiro American Photomag
106 Branding: In Five and a Half Steps Michael Johnson Print Mag
107 Brett Whiteley Ashleigh Wilson Readings
108 buzzing at the sill Peter van Agtmael Time
109 By Rail and by Sea Scott Conarroe Photo-eye
110 By the People: Designing a Better America Cynthia E. Smith Curbed
111 Can Jokes Bring Down Governments? Metahaven Fast Code Design
112 Cartographic Grounds Jill Desimini and Charles Waldheim Print Mag
113 Cathedral of the Pines, Gregory Crewdson American Photomag
114 Central Vogue
115 Chanel: The Complete Karl Lagerfeld Collections Patrick Mauriès, text by Adélia Sabatini San Francisco Chronicle
116 Chardin and Rembrandt Marcel Proust Vulture
117 Cheap Novelties: The Pleasures Of Urban Decay Ben Katchor NPR
118 Choreograph PDN
119 Cindy Sherman: Imitation of Life, Philipp Kaiser American Photomag
120 Classic German Baking Vogue
121 Classic Penguin Cover to Cover Paul Buckley Print Mag
122 Collages Daria Birang Time
123 Color at Home: A Young House Love Coloring Book Sherry Petersik, John Petersik Curbed
124 Connected, Amy Lombard American Photomag
125 Contains 3 Books Jason Fulford PDN
126 Cut That Out: Collage in Contemporary Design DR.ME Print Mag
127 Danny Lyon: Message to the Future, Julian Cox et al. American Photomag
128 Dark Rooms Nigel Shafran Time
129 Dark Space: Architecture, Representation, Black Identity Mario Goodman Curbed
130 David Hockney: A Bigger Book Vogue
131 Day for Night Richard Learoyd PDN
132 Deadline Will Steacy Elin Spring
133 Death in the Making Photo-eye
134 Dench Does Dallas Peter Dench PDN
135 Paul Rand: A Designer’s Art Saul Bass Print Mag
136 Design For People Scott Stowell Print Mag
137 Design: The Invention of Desire Jessica Helfand Print Mag
138 Diane Arbus: Portrait of a Photographer, Arthur Lubow American Photomag
139 Diggers PDN
140 Disco Angola Culture Type
141 Diving for Pearls, Nan Goldin American Photomag
142 Document Henry Leutwyler PDN
143 Don Quixote Miguel de Cervantes (Visual Editions) Fast Code Design
144 Eli Reed: A Long Walk Home Eli Reed PDN
145 END Eamonn Doyle The Guardian 2
146 Estamos Buscando A Paul Turounet The New York Times Magazine
147 Everglades Jungjin Lee Photo-eye
148 Everything I Want to Eat: Sqrl and the New California Cooking Vogue
149 Evolution: A Visual Record Robert Clark Smithsonian Mag
150 Eye of the Sixties: Richard Bellamy and the Transformation of Modern Art Judith E. Stein Vulture
151 Eyes on the Street: The Life of Jane Jacobs Robert Kanigel Booklist Online
152 Eyes To Fly With Graciela Iturbide The Art of Photography
153 Factory, Stephen Shore and Andy Warhol American Photomag
154 Failed It! How to turn mistakes into ideas and other advice for successfully screwing up The Vore
155 Fashion 150: 150 Years / 150 Designers Arianna Piazza Amazon
156 Fifteen Miles To K-Ville Mark Steinmetz Photo-eye
157 Float Vogue
158 Flora: The Complete Flowers, Robert Mapplethorpe American Photomag
159 Four Generations: The Joyner Giuffrida Collection of Abstract Art Culture Type
160 Frame: A Retrospective Mark Cohen PDN
161 Francis Bacon Catalogue Raisonné Martin Harrison Financial Times
162 Francis Picabia: Our Heads Are Round So Our Thoughts Can Change Direction Vulture
163 Frida Kahlo at Home Suzanne Barbezat Artnet
164 Frida Kahlo: Fashion as the Art of Being Susana Martinez Vidal San Francisco Chronicle
165 From Uncertain To Blue Keith Carter The Art of Photography
166 Fuck It Michele Sibiloni Time
167 Garden Time Vogue
168 Georgia O’Keeffe Tanya Barson Readings
169 Gisele Bündchen San Francisco Chronicle
170 Golden Days Before They End Klaus Pichler Photo-eye
171 Great Houses, Modern Aristocrats James Reginato, photos by Jonathan Becker San Francisco Chronicle
172 Green Metropolis: The Extraordinary Landscapes of New York City as Nature, History, and Design The Vore
173 Grit and Glamour, Allan Tannenbaum American Photomag
174 Ground: A Reprise of Photographs From the Farm Security Administration Bill McDowell Artnet
175 Groupies and Other Electric Ladies: The Original Rolling Stone Magazine Photographs of Baron Wolman San Francisco Chronicle
176 Guns in the Hands of Artists Jonathan Ferrara Artnet
177 Gus Van Sant: Icons Artnet
178 Hamilton: The Revolution Lin-Manuel Miranda, Jeremy McCarter NPR
179 Hans Holbein’s Dance of Death Spectator
180 Harlem Is Nowhere Culture Type
181 Hell on Wheels: Photographs from the New York Underground (1977-1984) Crave
182 Herb Lubalin: Typographer Adrian Shaughnessy & Tony Brook Print Mag
183 Hey Mister Bruce Gilden PDN
184 Hip Hop Raised Me, DJ Semtex American Photomag
185 Hiroji Kubota Photographer Hiroji Kubota PDN
186 Hiroshi Sugimoto: Black Box Elin Spring
187 History is Made at Night, Crave
188 Hollywood Interiors: Style and Design in Los Angeles Anthony Iannacci Amazon
189 Horse Jitka Hanzlová Time
190 Hot Dog Taste Test Lisa Hanawalt NPR
191 How to See: Looking, Talking, and Thinking About Art David Salle Vulture
192 Hubert Robert Margaret Morgan Grasselli and Yuriko Jackall Evening Standard
193 I Wish U Would Believe Me Jason Vaughn Photo-eye
194 ICI Ailleurs Louis Stettner Photo-eye
195 Icons of Modern Art — the Shchukin Collection Anne Baldassari Financial Times
196 If This Is True: I’ll Never Have to Leave Home Again Robin de Puy Time
197 In Flagrante Two Chris Killip Photo-eye
198 INNOCENTS AND OTHERS Dana Spiotta Kirkus
199 Inshallah Dima Gavrysh PDN
200 Inside Art Direction Steven Brower Print Mag
201 Intimate Distance: Twenty-Five Years of Photographs, A Chronological Album Todd Hido Elin Spring
202 J.B. about men floating in the air Julia Borissova Photo-eye
203 Jerome Avenue, Bronx Photo League American Photomag
204 Jim Marshall: Jazz Festival, Amelia Davis and Tony Nourmand American Photomag
205 Jitka Hanzlová: Horse The App Whisperer
206 John Derian Picture Book John Derian Amazon
207 Joseph de Levis & Company: Renaissance Bronze-Founders in Verona Charles Avery Evening Standard
208 Just Small Hiccups Anni Hanén Elin Spring
209 Ken. To be destroyed. Sara Davidmann PDN
210 Kerry James Marshall: Mastry Culture Type
211 Kill ’Em and Leave: Searching for James Brown and the American Soul James McBride Booklist Online
212 La Strada Italian Street Photography The Art of Photography
213 Law & Order PDN
214 Lawrence Alma-Tadema: At Home in Antiquity Elizabeth Prettejohn and Peter Trippi Evening Standard
215 Les Dîners De Gala Salvador Dalí The App Whisperer
216 Let Virtue Be Your Guide Frances F. Denny Elin Spring
217 LIFE Farewell: Remembering the Friends we Lost in 2016 The App Whisperer
218 Listen! Listen! Ann and Paul Rand Print Mag
219 Liz Johnson Artur Liz Johnson Artur The New York Times Magazine
220 Looking for Alice PDN
221 Looking For the Master’s In Ricardo’s Golden Shoes The Art of Photography
222 Lost Coast Curran Hatleberg Photo-eye
223 Lost in the Wilderness Kalpesh Lathigra The Guardian 2
224 Lost Utopias, Jade Doskow American Photomag
225 Louis Vuitton: Volez Voguez Voyagez San Francisco Chronicle
226 Magnitude, Solitude Dave Heath The Art of Photography
227 Maiolica: Italian Renaissance Ceramics in the Metropolitan Museum of Art Timothy Wilson with an essay Evening Standard
228 Majolica: Italian Renaissance Ceramics in the Metropolitan Museum of Art Spectator
229 Make Art Not War: Political Protest from the American Century Crave
230 Make Your Mark: The New Urban Artists The Vore
231 Making Memeries Lucas Blalock Time
232 Manual of Section Paul Lewis, Marc Tsurumaki, David J. Lewis Curbed
233 March: Book Three John Lewis, with Andrew Aydin, illustrated NPR
234 Margaret Preston Lesley Harding Readings
235 Matter Michael Lundgren Photo-eye
236 Maximilian Stejskal: Folklig Idrott, edited Marie-Isabel Vogel and Alain Rappaport The Guardian 2
237 Meetings with Remarkable Manuscripts Christopher de Hamel Financial Times
238 Meridian Colin Stearns Photo-eye
239 Mexico Mark Cohen Photo-eye
240 Mississippi History Maude Schuyler Clay PDN
241 Modern Color Fred Herzog The New York Times Magazine
242 Modern Forms: A Subjective Atlas of 20th-Century Architecture Nicolas Grospierre Curbed
243 MODERN LOVERS Emma Straub Kirkus
244 Moment Moment, American Photomag
245 Mommie Arlene Gottfried Time
246 Monstress Volume 1: Awakening Marjorie Liu, illustrated NPR
247 Mooncop Tom Gauld NPR
248 Morning, Paramin Derek Walcott and Peter Doig Financial Times
249 Mountains and Waters Alexander Gronsky PDN
250 My Last Day at Seventeen Doug DuBois PDN
251 My Place Dina Oganova Photo-eye
252 Nan Goldin: Diving for Pearls The App Whisperer
253 National Aeronautics and Space Administration Graphics Standards Manual Curbed
254 National Geographic Greatest Landscapes: Stunning Photographs That Inspire and Astonish National Geographic and George Steinmetz Amazon
255 Negative Publicity: Artefacts of Extraordinary Rendition Crofton Black and Edmund Clark PDN
256 Neighbors Roe Ethridge Time
257 New Deal Photography Peter Walther Readings
258 New Ways of Photographing the New Masai Jan Hoek Photo-eye
259 New York Air: The View From Above George Steinmetz PDN
260 New York in Photobooks Horacio Fernández Photo-eye
261 No Plan B David J. Carol Elin Spring
262 North of Dixie, Mark Speltz American Photomag
263 Not Yet, Ari Marcopoulos American Photomag
264 Notes From A Quiet Life Robert Benjamin Elin Spring
265 NUDOGRAMS Charles Harbutt Time
266 ODY-C: Cycle One Matt Fraction, illustrated NPR
267 Of Arms and Artists: The American Revolution through Painters’ Eyes Paul Staiti Booklist Online
268 OMG Posters: A Decade of Rock Art Mitch Putnam Print Mag
269 On Christopher Street: Transgender Stories, Mark Seliger American Photomag
270 One Picture Book #95: Memories of the Salt… Ed Templeton Photo-eye
271 One Sun, One Shadow Shane Lavalette Photo-eye
272 Otherworldly Theo-Mass Lexileictous & Gestalten San Francisco Chronicle
273 Otsuchi: Future Memories PDN
274 Our Time at Foxhollow Farm: A Hudson Valley Family Remembered Vogue
275 Out Of Fashion Landon Nordeman Time
276 Palm Springs: The Good Life Goes On Nancy Baron Elin Spring
277 Panther Brecht Evens NPR
278 Paolo Ventura’s Whimsical Adventures PDN
279 Paper Girls Volume 1 Brian K Vaughan, illustrated NPR
280 Paperwork and the Will of Capital Taryn Simon The New York Times Magazine
281 Paradise Wavering Alice Q. Hargrave Elin Spring
282 Patience Daniel Clowes NPR
283 Patterns in Nature: Why the Natural World Looks the Way it Does Philip Ball Smithsonian Mag
284 Paul Rand: A Designer’s Art Fast Code Design
285 Paz Errázuriz: Survey Paz Errázuriz The New York Times Magazine
286 Photos Souvenirs Carolle Bénitah Photo-eye
287 Picture This: How Pictures Work – Revised and Expanded 25th Anniversary Edition Molly Bang Print Mag
288 Pieces of a Man Crave
289 Pipilotti Rist- Pixel Forest Artnet
290 Place Bill Jacobson PDN
291 Playground James Mollison PDN
292 Politcal Theatre Mark Peterson Time
293 Pop Pills Baptiste Lignel PDN
294 Portraits William Eggleston Elin Spring
295 Possession: The Curious History Of Private Collectors From Antiquity To The Present Erin Thompson NPR
296 Postcard America: Curt Teich and the Imaging of a Nation, 1931–1950 Crave
297 Prado Masterpieces Vogue
298 Prefabulous Small Houses Sheri Koones Curbed
299 Pretty Deadly Volume 2: The Bear Kelly Sue DeConnick, illustrated NPR
300 Provisional Arrangement Martin Kollar Photo-eye
301 Psychobook Julian Rothenstein Print Mag
302 Radiant Child: The Story Of Young Artist Jean-Michel Basquiat Javaka Steptoe NPR
303 Radicalia Piero Martinello Time
304 Reconstrucción Rosana Simonassi Photo-eye
305 Reductionism in Art and Brain Science: Bridging the Two Cultures Eric Kandel Vulture
306 REPUTATIONS Juan Gabriel Vásquez Kirkus
307 REX Zackary Canepari Time
308 Richard Diebenkorn: The Catalogue Raisonné edited Jane Livingston and Andrea Liguori Evening Standard
309 Roberto Burle Marx: Brazilian Modernist Jens Hoffmann and Claudia J. Nahson Curbed
310 Sam Phillips: The Man Who Invented Rock ’n’ Roll Peter Guralnick Booklist Online
311 Santa Barbara return jobs back to US Alejandro Cartagena Photo-eye
312 Santu Mofokeng: Stories 2: Concert in Sewefontein; 3: Funeral; 4: 27 April 1994 Santu Mofokeng PDN
313 Santu Mofokeng: Stories No. 1: Train Church Santu Mofokeng PDN
314 Seascapes PDN
315 Seen Not Heard Heather Evans Smith Elin Spring
316 Seizing Beauty: Still Lifes as Warm and Dramatic as Old Master Paintings PDN
317 Self Publish, Be Happy: A DIY Photobook Manual and Manifesto Bruce Ceschel PDN
318 Shadows of Wormwood Arthur Bondar Photo-eye
319 Shelter Island Roe Ethridge Photo-eye
320 Short Stories Matt Henry PDN
321 Signs of Your Identity Daniella Zalcman Photo-eye
322 Silent Beaches, Untold Stories: New York City’s Forgotten Waterfront Elizabeth Albert Artnet
323 Silent Histories Kazuma Obara Photo-eye
324 Sinatra: The Chairman James Kaplan Booklist Online
325 Small Things in Silence : Second Edition Masao Yamamoto Photo-eye
326 Snowflakes Dog Man Hajime Kimura Photo-eye
327 Social Medium: Artists Writing, 2000–2015, edited Jennifer Liese Vulture
328 Southern Rites Gillian Laub PDN
329 Splendours & Miseries: Pictures of Prostitution in France 1850–1910 Spectator
330 Stan Douglas: The Secret Agent Culture Type
331 Sterling Ruby Kate Fowle, Franklin Sirmans, and Jessica Morgan Artnet
332 Still, Looking, Works 1969-2016 Billy Sullivan Time
333 stills Katrien De Blauwer Photo-eye
334 Süddeutsche Zeitung a cooperation between Suddeutsche Zeitung and Steidl, photographs Robert Frank Time
335 Sweetheart Roller Skating Rink Bill Yates Elin Spring
336 Syria Off Frame: Contemporary Artists from Syria Crave
337 Taffin James Taffin de Givenchy San Francisco Chronicle
338 Telegraph Ave Dianne Weinthal Photo-eye
339 TENDER Belinda McKeon Kirkus
340 Tender is the Light David Julian Leonard Elin Spring
341 Tham ma da: The Adventurous Interiors of Paola Navone Spencer Bailey Curbed
342 That Day Laura Wilson The Art of Photography
343 The Americans By Car Karl Baden Elin Spring
344 The Art Of Charlie Chan Hock Chye Sonny Liew NPR
345 The Art of Dinosaur Designs Louise Olsen and Stephen Ormandy Readings
346 The Art of the Airport Stefan Eiselin, Laura Frommberg and Alexander Gutzmer Readings
347 The Autobiography of a Snake Vogue
348 The Battle for Home: The Vision of a Young Architect in Syria Marwa al-Sabouni Curbed
349 The City Is A Novel Alexey Titarenko The Art of Photography
350 The Coveteur: Private Spaces, Personal Style Stephanie Mark and Jake Rosenberg Amazon
351 The Creative Architect: Inside the Great Midcentury Personality Study Pierluigi Serraino Curbed
352 The Decisive Moment Cartier-Bresson The Art of Photography
353 The Democratic Forest William Eggleston Photo-eye
354 The Dream Fabio Bucciarelli Time
355 The Drive: Custom Cars and Their Builders Fast Code Design
356 The Ecstasy of St. Kara Culture Type
357 The Electric Pencil: Drawings from Inside State Hospital No. 3 James Edward Deeds Jr. Artnet
358 The Evolution of Ivanpah Solar Jamey Stillings PDN
359 The Extraordinary Life and Momentous Times of JMW Turner The Guardian
360 The Fashion of Film Amber Butchart San Francisco Chronicle
361 The Fir Tree Vogue
362 The Godfather Notebook Francis Ford Coppola NPR
363 THE GOLDEN AGE Joan London Kirkus
364 The Greatest Of Marlys Lynda Barry NPR
365 The Grey Ghost: New York City Photographs, Dan Winters American Photomag
366 THE GUSTAV SONATA Rose Tremain Kirkus
367 The House and Garden at Glenmore Mickey Robertson Financial Review
368 The House of Seven Women Tito Mouraz The Guardian 2
369 The Importants, Kevin Amato American Photomag
370 The Joy of iPhotography: Smart pictures from your smart phone The App Whisperer
371 The Jungle Book Yann Gross Photo-eye
372 The Lams of Ludlow Street Thomas Holton PDN
374 The Last Stop, Ryann Ford American Photomag
375 The Lightroom Mobile Book: How to extend the power of what you do in Lightroom to your mobile devices The App Whisperer
376 The London Cookbook: Recipes from the Restaurants, Cafes, and Hole-in-the-wall Gems of a Modern City Vogue
377 The Meadow Barbara Bosworth and Margot Anne Kelley Time
378 The Metropolitan Museum of Art: Masterpiece Paintings Kathryn Calley Galitz and Thomas P. Campbell Amazon
379 The Middle of Somewhere Sam Harris Elin Spring
380 The Mirror Thief Martin Seay NPR
381 The Moon 1968-1972 NASA Time
382 The Moon Makes Its Own Plea Vogue
383 The Narcissistic City Takashi Homma Photo-eye
384 The One Hundred Nights Of Hero: A Graphic Novel Isabel Greenberg NPR
385 The Origin of (Almost) Everything Fast Code Design
386 The Pacific Crest Trail: Exploring America’s Wilderness Trail Mark Larabee and Barney Scout Mann Amazon
387 The Pancake King Phyllis La Farge and Seymour Chwast Print Mag
388 The Paper Zoo: Five Hundred Years of Animals in Art Spectator
389 The Picture Book Club Vogue
390 The Picture of the Afghan Hound Bucky Miller Photo-eye
391 The Prado Masterpieces The Guardian
392 The Print Before Photography: An Introduction to European Printmaking 1550-1820 Antony Griffiths Evening Standard
393 The Prospect of Immortality PDN
394 THE QUEEN OF THE NIGHT Alexander Chee Kirkus
395 The Rectangle’s Sharp Stare Jenny Källman Photo-eye
396 The Rise of David Bowie Mick Rock San Francisco Chronicle
397 The Secret Lives of Colour Kassia St Clair Smithsonian Mag
398 The Silhouette from the 18th Century to the Present Day Spectator
399 The Singing Bones Shaun Tan NPR
400 The Snow Queen Vogue
401 The Storyteller Evan Turk NPR
402 The Street Kids Vogue
403 The Theater of Apparitions, Roger Ballen American Photomag
404 The Thrill of the Chase The Samuel Wagstaff Collection Elin Spring
405 The Trespasser Vogue
406 The Unseen Eye W. M. Hunt Elin Spring
407 The Vanishing Man The Guardian
408 The Vanishing Velázquez: A 19th Century Bookseller’s Obsession With A Lost Masterpiece Laura Cumming NPR
409 The Well-Tempered City Jonathan F. P. Rose Fast Code Design
410 The World New Made: Figurative Painting in the Twentieth Century The Guardian
411 The World of Charles and Ray Eames Catherine Ince, Lotte Johnson, Eames Demetrios, Patricia Kirkham, Eric Schuldenfrei Curbed
412 This is Frank Lloyd Wright Ian Volner Curbed
413 Tiny: Streetwise Revisited Mary Ellen Mark PDN
414 to the grave Megan Tepper Photo-eye
415 Tokyo Kojima Yasutaka Photo-eye
416 Tokyo Gerry Johansson Photo-eye
417 Top This and Other Parables of Design: Selected Writings Curbed
418 Total Excess, Michael Zagaris American Photomag
419 TUESDAY NIGHTS IN 1980 Molly Prentiss Kirkus
420 Tula Telfair: Invented Landscapes Tula Telfair Amazon
421 Twenty Over Eighty: Conversations on a Lifetime in Architecture and Design Aileen Kwun, Bryn Smith Curbed
422 Unfinished Kelly Baum et al Readings
423 Valentin de Boulogne: Beyond Caravaggio Annick Lemoine and Keith Christiansen Evening Standard
424 Valparaíso Sergio Larrain Photo-eye
425 Vanity Fair’s Writers on Writers Vogue
426 Vik Muniz Crave
427 Vincent Van Gogh: The Lost Arles Sketchbook Bogomila Welsh Ovcharov Artnet
428 Vintage Classics Woolf Series Fast Code Design
429 Walk through Walls Marina Abramović Booklist Online
430 Walter Robinson Crave
431 WATCHED! Surveillance, Art and Photography Hasselblad Foundation Time
432 We Didn’t See Each Other After That Ashley Gates Photo-eye
433 We’ve Come So Far: The Last Days of Death By Audio, Ebru Yildiz American Photomag
434 What Can I Be? Ann Rand & Ingrid Fiksdahl King Print Mag
435 Whatever Happened to Interracial Love? Vogue
436 When in French: Love in a Second Language Vogue
437 Whiplash Joi Ito and Jeff Howe Fast Code Design
438 Whitfield Lovell: Kin Culture Type
439 Who Shot Sports: A Photographic History, 1843 to the Present, Gail Buckland American Photomag
440 Why Drag? Magnus Hastings San Francisco Chronicle
441 Wild & Precious Jesse Burke Elin Spring
442 William Eggleston: Portraits, Phillip Prodger American Photomag
443 William Hogarth: A Complete Catalogue of the Paintings Elizabeth Einberg Evening Standard
444 William Krisel’s Palm Springs: The Language of Modernism Heidi Creighton and Chris Menrad Amazon
445 Xian Thomas Sauvin Photo-eye
446 You Are Here: NYC: Mapping the Soul of the City Katherine Harmon Print Mag

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Amazon Best arts and photography books of 2016
Artnet Our Favorite Art Books of 2016
Booklist Online Top 10 Arts Books: 2016
Crave The 5 Best Art Books of 2016
Crave The 5 Best Photography Books of 2016
Culture Type Culture Type Picks: The 12 Best Black Art Books of 2016
Curbed The best architecture and design books of 2016
Evening Standard The best art books of 2016
Fast Code Design The Best-Designed Design Books of the Year
Financial Review 6 of the most beautiful books from 2016 for your coffee table
Financial Times Best books of 2016: Art & photography
Kirkus Best 2016 Books About Artists of All Kinds
NPR NPR’s Book Concierge Our Guide To 2016’s Great Reads
Photo-eye The Best Books of 2016
Print Mag 25 of the Best Design Books of the Year
Readings The best art & design books of 2016
San Francisco Chronicle Style’s favorite books of 2016 for the holidays
Smithsonian Mag The Best “Art Meets Science” Books of 2016
Spectator The best art books of 2016
The App Whisperer The Best Photography & Art Books of 2016
The Art of Photography TOP 10 PHOTOGRAPHY BOOKS OF 2016
The Guardian Peter Conrad’s best art books of 2016
The Guardian 2 The best photography books of 2016
The New York Times Magazine The Best Photo Books of 2016
The Vore Best new Design books in 2016
Time TIME Selects the Best Photobooks of 2016
TooCool2BeTrue Best Photography Books in 2016
Vogue The Best Books to Give Everyone on Your List This Year
Vulture The 10 Best Art Books of 2016


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