The Devil Wears Nada
The Devil Wears Nada
Neue Galerie Exclusive
A CURATED COLLECTION FROM NEUE GALERIE NEW YORK
Federico de Vera for Neue NOW
Semi-precious gemstones include agate, quartz, and jasper
18 karat gold clasp
L. 35 in., approximate
WOVEN GOLD NECKLACE
Marie-Hélène de Taillac for Neue NOW
22 karat gold, handwoven
L. 16 in., approximate
JOSEF SUDEK: PORTRAITS
By Jan Rezác
Although the Czech photographer Josef Sudek was mildly reclusive by temperament, and although his photography is commonly characterized as unpeopled (in favor of what he termed "the inanimate life of objects"), a sizable portion of his oeuvre is given over to portraits. In fact, the beginnings of Sudek's work are in portraiture, in his images of fellow patients at the veteran's hospital where he spent three years after the First World War. Portraits, the second volume of Sudek's collected photographs, gathers this body of work. In addition to a chronology of Sudek's life, it includes a complete bibliography and list of his exhibitions, as well as an interview with Jan Rezác, Sudek's colleague and an expert on his work.
BOHEMIAN GLASS BEAD BRACELETS
Hand-crafted in Vienna from collectible Bohemian glass beads.
A sterling silver bayonet clasp allows bracelet to be coupled to form necklaces. The results are original, modern, and alluring.
CHRISTIAN SCHAD: TWO GIRLS, 1928 [PRINT]
Printed on archival paper, 12 ¼ x 9 inches
Mounted on a 14 ¾ x 16 ⅝ inch matte
BERLIN METROPOLIS FOLIO
A portfolio of twelve prints featuring works exhibited at the Neue Galerie New York with an introduction by Dr. Olaf Peters and an essay by Alfred Döblin.
Designed and printed at Thornwillow Press in Newburgh, New York under the direction of Luke Ives Pontifell.
Each image is printed on archival paper and mounted on a 14 ¾ x 16 ⅝ in. matte.
The largest print measures 9 ¾ x 12 ¼ in.
Housed in a suede-lined clamshell box with a tooled leather spine label.
15 ¾ x 18 ⅛ x 2 ⅛ in.
Limited to 185 numbered copies
Included are exact reproductions of the following prints:
I and the City, 1913 Ludwig Meidner
Panorama (Down with Liebknecht), 1919 George Grosz
Diabolo Player, 1920 George Grosz
A Bourgeois Precision Brain Incites a World Movement (later known as Dada Triumphs), 1920 Raoul Hausmann
The Singer, 1926 Hannah Höch
The Racing Reporter (Egon Erwin Kisch), 1926 Umbo (Otto Umbehr)
Half-Nude, 1926 Otto Dix
Two Girls, 1928 Christian Schad
Collage, 1930 Lilly Reich
Film still of Marlene Dietrich in Josef von Sternberg’s “Shanghai Express,” 1932
Lonely Metropolitan, 1932 Herbert Bayer
The Thousand-Year Reich, 1934 John Heartfield
WIENER CHIC LACE STRUMPFHOSEN / TIGHTS
Susanne Bisovsky for Neue NOW
Viennese designer Susanne Bisovsky takes her cue from traditional Austrian folkloristic attire. She formulates a romantic, playful, feminine, and ultimately self-determining approach to clothing and fashion.