Bookshelf

Artsolation asks every contributors for reading recommendations, to create a digital shelf of our own. Below, you can find what inspired, challenged or influenced our writers.


More reading recommendations coming soon!

Art and Architecture in Mexico – James Oles

Recommended by Renata Baltar.

Read her contribution here.

Culture Wars in Brazil: The First Vargas Regime, 1930-1945 – Daryle Williams

Recommended by Renata Baltar.

Read her contribution here.

Seek, Suffer, and Trust: “Ese” and “Disese” in Julian of Norwich – Vincent Gillespie

Recommended by Hannah Lucas.

Read her contribution here.

The Writings of Julian of Norwich: A Vision Showed to a Devout Woman and A Revelation of Love – Nicholas Watson and Jacqueline Jenkins (eds.)

Recommended by Hannah Lucas.

Read her contribution here.

A Companion to Julian of Norwich – Liz Herbert McAvoy

Recommended by Hannah Lucas.

Read her contribution here.

The Body in Pieces: The Fragment as a Metaphor of Modernity – Linda Nochlin

Recommended by Lauren Rozenberg.

Read her contribution here.

Visconti’s SENSO: The Art of History – Giovanna Faleschini Lerner.

Recommended by Ilaria Grando.

Read her contribution here.

Del Contemporaneo: Saggi su Arte e Tempo – Federico Ferrari (ed.)

Recommended by Ilaria Grando.

Read her contribution here.

Italian Horror Cinema – Stefano Baschiera and Russ Hunter (eds.)

Recommended by Laura Scalabrella Spada.

Read her contribution here.

The Grotesque in Western Art and Culture – the Image at Play – Frances Connelly

Recommended by Laura Scalabrella Spada.

Read her contribution here.

A Brutal Nobility: Painting Death in The House with Laughing Windows (Pupi Avati, 1976) – Alexandra Heller-Nicholas

Recommended by Laura Scalabrella Spada.

Read her contribution here.

Being Singular Plural – Jean Luc Nancy

Recommended by Marta Zboralska.

Read her contribution here.

Dance/Draw – Helen Molesworth (ed.)

Recommended by Marta Zboralska.

Read her contribution here.

Means without End: Notes on Politics – Giorgio Agamben

Recommended by Marta Zboralska.

Read her contribution here.