Covering the past thirty years of Scott’s practice, this monograph offers the largest comprehensive selection of paintings, drawings, masks and architectural models, as well as an unique insight on his creative and transformative approach.
Lenz publishes books on contemporary art, photography, architecture and design.
Our imprint includes catalogues, monographs, theory and artist books.
A first monograph on Shahryar Nashat, generously illustrated with color photographs of the artist’s work and new scholarly contributions. Published in conjunction with two solo exhibitions, at Kunsthalle Basel and Swiss Institute in New York.
The first book on London based artist Gili Tal, whose practice identifies how the digital has long become a reality that has subjected our habits of perception to a radical change.
The book is the outcome of an exhibition around the theme of the sacred. The resumption of historical figures, classical art-historical iconography, and everyday images intermingle in a reconstruction of reality that is dreamlike, painful, and sometimes grotesque.
The first reference monograph dedicated to the artist and audio investigator, this book analyzes a practice that has been consistently exploring ‘the politics of listening’ and the role of sound and voice within the law and human rights.
Lam-See Lam’s storytelling develops through text, animations, and sculptural installations. Her multifaceted stories explore the narrative of the Cantonese diaspora in Sweden and examine questions of cultural identity.