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FALL READING LIST From Christopher Wool to Roy Lichenstein, art and architecture tomes abound this fall. BY NOELLE LACOMBE THE CHINESE ART BOOK Spanning from the earliest dynasties to today, this volume presents an exhaustive selection of over 300 works, acting as an encyclopedic collection of Chinese art, from painting and calligraphy to ceramics and photography. (Phaidon) ROY LICHTENSTEIN: SCULPTOR This catalog documents the Pop Art icon's sculptural prowess from 1968 to his death in 1997. The text highlights Lichtenstein's creative process, from sketches to maquettes to large-scale public works and his pioneering experimentations in three-dimensional design. (Rizzoli) CHRISTOPHER WOOL Published to commemorate his retrospective at the Guggenheim museum, this catalog presents a vast selection of Christopher Wool's paintings, photographs and other works to date. (Guggenheim Museum) 100 CONTEMPORARY ARCHITECTS This comprehensive architectural guide—a combination of Taschen's "Building a New Millennium" and the first four volumes of its "Architecture Now!" series—is a must for the design library. Here you'll find up-and-comers featured alongside icons such as Santiago Calatrava, Herzog & de Meuron, Rem Koolhaas, Daniel Libeskind, Richard Meier and Oscar Niemeyer. (Taschen) 112 CULTURED

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