Art book publisher PHAIDON has knocked prices down 25% from selected titles for a limited time.
For art reference libraries, there is Salon to Biennial, Exhibitions that Made Art History, Volume 1: 1863-1959, the first book in a two-volume set that chronicles influential group exhibitions, beginning with the first Salon des Refusés in Paris of 1863 and concluding with the multi-locational international exhibition 'The New American Painting', organized by the Museum of Modern Art, New York, 1958–59.
Also, the sale includes pleasurable reads such as "The American House," an overview of 100 iconic homes from national treasures like Monticello to Frank Lloyd Wright's Fallingwater.
A variety of gift-worthy Wallpaper* City Guides are on sale as well as dozens of in-depth studies on artists from Piero della Francesca to Ai Weiwei.
Decorative arts titles include Rosalind P. Blakesely's comprehensive "The Arts and Crafts Movement," plus a study of Art Nouveau and a look at Gamble House, the Greene and Greene masterpiece in California.
For more titles, browse PHAIDON's online January Sale.