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BLESSED BE THE WILD HORSES THAT MOVE ACROSS THE LAND 2021 Calendar

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Wild Horses - 2021 calendar Twelve inspiring full-color photographs picture wild horses roaming free across their natural landscapes. this wall calendar features large monthly grids that offer ample room for jotting notes, along with four bonus months of September through December of 2020. 11" x 8.5" wall calendar (11" x 17" open). The perfect gift for fans of felines as well as fine art lovers. A year of extraordinary fine art for your wall. Printed on premium gloss cover. Also included in the calendar is a September through December 2020 spread.

Mass Produced Original Paintings the Psychology of Art and an Everyday Aesthetics

Author : Martin S. Lindauer
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Upscale

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The Whole Art of Husbandry

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General Knowledge 2020

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General Knowledge is an important section of several competitive exams. Keeping an updated knowledge of it helps not only in exams, but at every aspects of life. General Knowledge 2020 has been revised for aspirants preparing for various upcoming exams to enhance eir general awareness so at ey can tackle e questions asked from numerous areas. It covers key subjects including History, Geography, Indian Polity, Indian Economy, General Science, and General Knowledge, wi latest facts and updates supported by figures, graphics and tables. It also provides a highly useful section on Current Affairs at e beginning which promotes factual knowledge from recent happening occurred at different areas. Providing accurate, perfect and complete coverage of facts, it is a complete general knowledge book, useful for e preparation of SSC, Bank, Railway, Police, NDA/CDS and various oer competitive exams. TOC Current Affairs, Indian History, Geography, Indian Polity, Indian Economy, General Science, General Knowledge

The Landscapists

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Who defines the landscapes around us? What practices are employed as contemporary landscapes are produced? This issue argues that landscapes are made and remade through interrelations between people and the worlds around them – from geographers investigating the lives of urban wastelands to landscape architects projecting future cities, and from migrants navigating border systems to artists working with local residents. In contrast to tendencies to emphasise the physical forms of landscapes, with their potential to be redesigned and represented in drawings, this issue brings to the forefront the social constructedness of landscapes by focusing on a range of critical practices and daily actions. As conventional frames of landscape are challenged, other ways of measuring, mapping, imagining, designing, building and occupying them are revealed. For centuries, artists and designers have represented landscapes of power in paintings and have transformed them through their design proposals. But in recent years a number of researchers, designers, artists and activists have explored an expanded field of landscape, investigating populations fleeing conflict zones, reimagining cities facing ecological challenges, questioning territorial claims, and critiquing processes of urbanisation. This issue focuses on some of these individuals whose work and lives encompass a diverse range of practices, brought together through their critical redefinition of landscape relations. Contributors: Pierre Bélanger, Harry Bix, Neil Brenner and Nikos Katsikis, Luis Callejas and Charlotte Hansson, James Corner, Gareth Doherty and Pol Fité Matamoros, Matthew Gandy, Christina Leigh Geros, Rania Ghosn and El Hadi Jazairy, Nina-Marie Lister, Richard Mosse, Kate Orff, Toya Peal, Neil Spiller, Tiago Torres Campos and Tim Waterman. Featured practices: Advanced Landscape and Urbanism, Design Earth, East Anglia Records, Estudio Teddy Cruz + Fonna Forman, Furtherfield, James Corner Field Operations, Larissa Fassler, LCLA office, OPSYS and SCAPE.

Art Now Gallery Guide

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Earth Resources

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This Land

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David Opdyke's massive collage This Land as detailed in this book by award-winning author Lawrence Weschler presents a trenchant satire of climate change and the American Dream. This Land is a large-scale (16 x 10') collage of treated vintage American postcards by American artist David Opdyke. What at first looks like a gridwork of colorful tiles portraying a panoramic bird's eye view of an alpine valley reveal upon closer inspection that it is composed of vintage postcards from the early twentieth century. Comprising more than 500 postcards, each one portraying a distinct slice of idealized Americana (town squares, mountain highways, recently completed dams, main streets and county seats, lakes and rivers)--it becomes clear that Opdyke has layered diminutively painted interventions of his own. In this refashioning, forests are aflame, tornados ravage scenes from one card into the next, a steamboat lolling up the Mississippi is swallowed up whole by some sort of invasive new species, frogs fall from the sky. The human response looks like a cacophony of cults and cons, panic and denial. Biplanes trail banners urging "Repent Now!," others insist "Legislative Action Would Be Premature," while still others beg, "Build the Sea Wall!" The book This Land allows readers a close viewing that allows them to focus on the amusing and disturbing satirical details that Opdyke details, enlivened by Lawrence Weschler's lively style of artist profile, critical interpretation, and humorous riffing. A deep exploration of this intricate artwork, This Land is a rich document whose relevance and reach will unfortunately only grow.

Herapath s Railway Journal

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Bosco Sodi

Author : Dakin Hart
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The first comprehensive publication on Mexican-born artist Bosco Sodi, whose paintings and sculptures combine preindustrial minimalist and arte povera traditions with elements of Oaxacan and Japanese culture. Sodi has described his creative process as "controlled chaos" that makes "something completely unrepeatable and unique." In his most celebrated body of work, the artist mixes raw pigment with sawdust, wood, pulp, and natural fibers to create the dense surfaces of monochrome paintings. As the layers of material dry, fissured "landscapes" form without the guidance or intervention of the artist. Sodi's sculptural process reflects traditions of his Mexican heritage. At his studio, Casa Wabi, in Oaxaca, he uses raw earth clay to create kiln-fired cubes, spheres, and bricks. Stacked into columns as minimalist sculpture or assembled as a field or wall, these projects range in scale from architectural installations to earthworks. Sodi also collects solidified volcanic magma from the Ceboruco volcano to make rock sculptures. These fragments are coated in a ceramic glaze and precious metals, uniting geological processes with art-making techniques. This book reflects Sodi's distinct material processes, with essays detailing his relationship to Oaxacan and wabi-sabi aesthetics, as well as his engagement with artistic traditions ranging from minimalism to arte povera to land art.

The Sound of the Earth Singing to Herself

Author : Ricky Ray
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"I set desire / on fire / and she screamed I couldn't tell / if the scream was agony / or ecstasy what's the difference?" - From 'What's Left' "and when we settle into our dens at night, we talk of you, as one might talk of a cupped hand, fading slowly, the rest of the body long departed: a rusty bucket, offering water-all that's left of a god. " - From 'Somewhere in Indiana' Ricky Ray entwines the beauty of the world and his love of life with the weight of physical pain he shoulders daily, in this stunning chapbook which urges you to find new meaning in nature's mysterious workings: "Every time I look up/ into a canopy, I see a mind at work." In The Sound of the Earth Singing to Herself, Ricky Ray invokes the animalistic yet the utterly, undeniably humane. Visiting the most intimate corners of memory, this is a chapbook that promises linguistic prowess and the healing - however raw - of the ache of living. From Indiana, Florida, and Oklahoma to the inescapable moment of our own death, the moment the sun sinks below the horizon, the moment 'the cancer / bloomed like an angry / flower in her liver', Ray's language is masterful, transfixed on elevating the mundane and exposing every private moment of our existence. - Kayla Jenkins, Writer Praise for 'The Sound of the Earth Singing to Herself' "Ricky Ray's The Sound of the Earth Singing to Herself is a private archive of "unholstered" embodiment, imagining disability not as a disconnect or alienation from the environment but as a curious kinship with it, a shared "scream" in which there is no difference between "agony" and "ecstasy," the speaker's body and "Oklahoma," "generations of teeth" and "somewhere in Indiana." This is a new song of an old but still echoing America, in which "sludgehearted" monsters emerge triumphant while families live on "dog biscuits," frantically attempting to preserve whatever is "left of a god." Both cruelly and comfortingly, Earth Singing reminds us every god and monster in this country, including the land, will "go to rot" together one day. And whether characterized as tragic or sublime, this coalescence is a melody we are already humming deep down." -Dylan Krieger, author of Giving Godhead (Delete, 2017), The Mother Wart (Vegetarian Alcoholic, 2019), Metamortuary (Nine Mile, 2020) and Soft-Focus Slaughterhouse (11:11, forthcoming). "In one of the poems in this chapbook, Ricky Ray writes "living takes time, and I want you / to stay with me." It's just one tender, honest moment in this collection of deep, effervescent tenderness. Throughout The Sound of the Earth Singing to Herself, Ricky's poems ask the world to stay just a little longer. They admit, with grace, what they don't understand. They offer thanks. But what they do most singularly is care. Ricky's poems care about life, love, dogs, birds, gentleness, unknowing, wonder, and more. Poetry is a kind of witness, and each poem in this chapbook bears such gentle witness to this world, a world that sings and kills and births, all at once. They, as one poem states, "sneak a peak" even when the world's "too tender" to watch. What to do when the world is not enough? Read Ricky's poems. What to do when the yearning feels unbearable? Read Ricky's poems. What to do when you want to heal, even when healing feels impossible? Read Ricky's poems. To read this book is to learn, just a little bit better, how to live." -Devin Kelly, author of In This Quiet Church of Night, I Say Amen (Civil Coping Mechanisms, 2017) and Blood on Blood (Unknown Press, 2016)

Books in Print 2004 2005

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Punch

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International Congress Calendar

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Pacific Coast Livestock Breeder

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Sunday School Times

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Forthcoming Books

Author : R.R. Bowker Company. Department of Bibliography
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Avenging Nature

Author : Eduardo Valls Oyarzun
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From a multidisciplinary perspective, Avenging Nature explores how nature strikes back against human domination. In the hands of renowned international experts who examine insubordinate representations of nature in modern and contemporary art and literature, the book calls out for the insurgence of nature within and outside the realm of culture.

News Media Yellow Book

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