ARLIS/NA Reviews: Call for Reviewers

For the next “column” of ARLIS NA Reviews [], I am seeking ARLIS NA members to review the titles that appear at the end of this email. The deadline for submission of a 450-word review is Friday,
December 21. The title will be mailed to you, with instructions for completing your review.

If you are interested, email me no later than Friday, November 9, with the following information:

Your Name:
Your Email:
Previous Writing Experience:
Areas of Subject Expertise:
Mailing Address (to which you would like the book mailed; include street address for UPS delivery):

And here is the list of titles that I’m hoping to match to reviewers:

  • Antonio Mancini: Nineteenth-Century Italian Master by Ulrich W. Hiesinger [Yale University Press; 144 p.]
  • Chicana Art: The Politics of Spiritual and Aesthetic Altarities by Laura E. Perez [Duke University Press; 408 p.]
  • The Destruction of Art: Iconoclasm and Vandalism Since the French Revolution by Dario Gamboni [University of Chicago Press; 416 p.]
  • The Life & The Work: Art and Biography edited by Charles G. Salas [Getty Research Institute; 176 p.]
  • Looking at Laughter: Humor, Power, and Transgression in Roman Visual Culture 100 B.C.-A.D. 250 by John Clarke [University of California Press; 321 p.]
  • The Origins of American Photography: From Daguerreotype to Dry Plate, 1839-1885: The Hallmark Collection… by Keith F Davis [Yale University
    Press; 360 p.]
  • Images and Identity in Fifteenth-Century Florance by Patricia Lee Rubin [Yale University Press; 418 p.]
  • Signs of Life: Bio Art and Beyond edited by Eduardo Kac [MIT Press; 430 p.]
  • The Society Portrait From David to Warhol by Gabriel Badea-Paun [Vendome Press; 223 p.]
  • Take Your Time: Olafur Eliasson edited by Madeleine Grynsztejn [Thames & Hudson; 278 p.]
  • The Triumph of Modernism: India’s Artists and the Avant-Garde 1922-1947 by Parha Mittter [University of Chicago Press; 256 p.]
  • Ultra Materials: How Materials Innovation is Changing the World by George Beylerian and Andrew Dent [Thames & Hudson; 288 p.]
  • What Makes a Great Exhibition? edited by Paula Marincola (Reaktion Book;176 p.]

Joan Stahl
Review Editor, ARLIS NA Reviews

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