Circle Books

Circle Books merges the too-often separate worlds of academic and independent arts publishing with rigorously conceived, but accessible content. Its content is developed through close collaboration with artists, writers, institutions, and other publishers. It is research based, often derived from and foregrounding archives.
Circle refers to the short-lived, but influential 1937 mouthpiece of International Constructivism. This reference underlines the holistic, integrated nature of the editorial approach—Circle the journal was edited by artists Ben Nicholson and Naum Gabo, and designed by sculptor Barbara Hepworth—and the publisher's desire for their publications to be intellectually rigorous and historically informed.
Vojtěch Kovařík -
English edition
This first monograph invites the reader to explore the fascinating universe of Czech artist Vojtěch Kovařík, who paints surreal worlds populated by figures from classical Greek and Roman mythology.

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