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  • Looking for anything good. Between actual concept art books or books about art in different cultures.

    +1 for any that are New York focused

  • Bookstore's magazine section

  • Something about Andy Warhols Factory in New York sounds right up your alley, havent read anything off top though

  • deep pockets

    the only answer

  • @op

    These two books changed my whole approach and perspective to any art in general. They kinda relate to any as that’s where he went to school and now teaches at NYU I believe. You’re in Ny I assume?
    Sam adoquei inspiration and how to study

    These two books changed my whole approach and perspective to any art in general. They kinda relate to any as that’s where he went to school and now teaches at NYU I believe. You’re in Ny I assume?

    And this is of course a staple.

  • Both “History of Pictures” and “Secret Knowledge” by David Hockney. Very insightful and beautifully published thoughts of one of the most prolific artists of our time on art and its techniques

  • Had to order it from SA but it’s incredible

  • YoungCamus

    Both “History of Pictures” and “Secret Knowledge” by David Hockney. Very insightful and beautifully published thoughts of one of the most prolific artists of our time on art and its techniques

    Great picks. Anymore?

  • STUFF

    Great picks. Anymore?

    Gombrich’s “Story of Art” is a must read but it focuses almost entirely on “Western” art and is a really hard read. Any movement/era you’re particularly interested in?

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