This revised and expanded edition of Eddie Muller's Dark City is a film noir lover's bible, taking readers on a tour of the urban landscape of the grim and gritty genre in a definitive, highly illustrated volume.Buy on Amazon
A beginner's guide on how to start your own art collection on any budget—to create a unique home that reflects your individual style. A work of art—whether it is unexpected, groundbreaking, or one of a kind—can personalize your interior and transform it into a place like no other. But actually purchasing a signature piece—or even crossing the threshold into a gallery—can be a daunting act. How can you develop your own taste or gauge whether you’re making a worthwhile investment? Drawing on a decade of experience at Christie’s, Olivia de Fayet and Fanny Saulay know that the world is full of artistic talents waiting to be discovered and they want to reframe who can access original works.Buy on Amazon
Reading Sam Fuller’s utterly charming autobiography is like sitting down for a shot of vodka and a long afternoon of reminiscences from the coolest grandfather anyone ever had. Born in 1912, Fuller was a teenaged crime reporter in New York during the heyday of tabloid journalism, lovingly immortalized in his 1952 movie “Park Row.” He hung around speakeasies with Ring Lardner and Damon Runyan when he wasn’t rubbing shoulders with the petty criminals whose hardboiled ethos he would unflinchingly portray in such films as “Pickup on South Street.” -Wendy Smith for VARIETYBuy on Amazon
The son of a celebrated Hollywood director emerges from his father's shadow to claim his own place as a visionary force in American culture. George Stevens, Jr. tells an intimate and moving tale of his relationship with his Oscar-winning father and his own distinguished career in Hollywood and Washington. Fascinating people, priceless stories and a behind-the-scenes view of some of America's major cultural and political events grace this riveting memoir.Buy on Amazon
The Hôtel de la Marine, an exemplary monument on Paris’s Place de la Concorde, is a superb architectural achievement constructed in the eighteenth century by Ange-Jacques Gabriel, the official architect of King Louis XV.Buy on Amazon
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