The Glass Pavilion
Toledo Museum of Art
The Glass Pavilion tells the story of the conception, planning, construction, and function of the museum's landmark building, designed by Pritzker Prize-winning firm SANAA. Typography, rounded photo windows, and die-cut pages reflect the curves of the pavilion itself.
13x9.5 inches. 144 pages. Full color. Die-cut edge.
A Legacy of Armenian Treasures
Alex and Marie Manoogian Museum
A comprehensive catalogue of the Museum's collection of rugs, paintings, coins, manuscripts, and objects of Armenian culture.
Hardcover. 336 pages. 11.75x11.75 inches.
Magnificence and Awe
Flint Institute of Arts
Hardcover book showcasing a unique collection of Baroque and early Renaissance art and objects collected by a single patron and donated to the Institute where they occupy their own dedicated gallery.
180 pages. 9x11 inches. Full color.
Drawing on America’s Past
National Gallery of Art Washington DC
Exhibition catalogue of renderings of early American folk art objects documented by artists employed by the WPA in the early 20th century. Three scholarly essays precede the 82-object catalogue section.
Hardcover with softcover edition. 256 pages. 9x11 inches.
Pursuit of Faith
University of Michigan–Dearborn
Five scholarly essays precede a catalogue focusing on 26 Rembrandt etchings on biblical themes.
Softcover. 8.5x11 inches. 142 pages. Duotone images.
Detroit Institute of Arts
Exhibition catalogue of recent work by eight photographers from or currently working in Detroit.
Hardcover. 80 pages. 11x9.5 inches. Full color.
Ruth Mott Foundation
This commemorative book offers a glimpse into the life of philanthropist C.S. Mott and his family through stories of his estate and its founding, visitors, furnishings, and gardens.
12x9.5 inches. 224 pages. Hardcover. Full color.
Horses of Greenfield Village
Henry Ford Museum & Greenfield Village
Geared towards a young audience, the photographically-driven book follows a year in the life of the historic site's horses—and the people who interact with them.
Softcover with deep flaps. 9x10.5 inches. 120 pages.
University of Michigan Museum of Art
This scholarly catalogue accompanied an exhibition of contemporary Chinese woodblock prints. The use of spot varnishes on text elements throughout subtly suggests the act of printing.
Softcover with deep flaps. 9x12 inches. 144 pages. Full color.
Behind the Magic
Henry Ford Museum
This catalogue of early photographs, artist renderings, and objects relates the conception, development, and construction of Disneyland in California upon its 50th anniversary.
Softcover. 8.5x11 inches. 112 pages.