Felines in Contemporary Art and Pop Culture
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- Publication Date: November 5, 2019
- Imprint: Cernunnos
- Trim Size: 9 3⁄8 x 11 7⁄8
- ISBN: 9782374950464
- Page Count: 150
- Illustrations: 60 color paintings
- Rights: North America
The purr‑fect artbook, showcasing feline friends in contemporary art.
Cats, with their odd grace and otherworldly behavior, never cease to intrigue, amuse, charm, and spook. Curated around the work of 80 internationally known artists and feline enthusiasts, including Jeff Koons, Mark Ryden, Shepard Fairey and Yuko Higuichi, this lavishly illustrated volume is a love letter to our furry friends who purr and pounce. In more than 350 stunning pages, you'll find the best of contemporary creations examining our obsessive relationship with these mischievous companions, whether they are Baudelarian muses, witches, or favored internet memes.About Cernunnos's Rock Series: These books are a unique collection of art anthologies showcasing trendy and unusual themes by the most iconic and popular contemporary artists.
About the author
Elizabeth Daley is a writer from New York City. Her articles have appeared in Guernica, USA Today, New York Observer, GOOD Magazine, Advocate.com, Patek Philippe and numerous publications globally through her work with Reuters. She was arts editor of the Queens Chronicle (weekly circ.160k) and holds a bachelor's degree from Bard College and a master's from Emory University in American Studies. She lives with her cat, Artichoke, in New York.