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The Dia:Beacon Bookshop carries 3,000 titles, including Dia publications, artist monographs, exhibition catalogues, children's books, regional titles, periodicals, and publications on architecture, design, photography, and writing. Available online, or visit us at Dia:Beacon in Beacon, NY.

Dia Publications
Dia publishes books on its exhibitions and its permanent collection, as well as audio CDs and CD-Roms related to its programs. View all Dia publications for sale here.

NOW AVAILABLE - Thomas Hirschhorn: Gramsci Monument
This publication commemorates Thomas Hirschhorn's Gramsci Monument, a Dia commission that took place on the grounds of Forest Houses in the Bronx, NY, in summer 2013. Order your copy here.

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Carl Andre : Sculpture as Place,1958-2010
Dia artists, Dia publications
Yasmil Raymond
Dia Art Foundation
Price: 65.00
Member Price: $52.00

A major retrospective catalogue on the career of minimalist sculptor and poet Carl Andre, which accompanies the first retrospective of Andre's work since the 1970's at Dia:Beacon. Yasmil Raymond and Philippe Vergne; Edited...
Dia : Beacon
Dia artists, Dia publications
Cooke & Govan
Dia Art Foundation
Price: 85.00
Member Price: $68.00

Dia:Beacon Riggio Galleries, Dia Art Foundation's museum, presents one of the world's most distinguished collections of contemporary art. The museum, which opened in May 2003, occupies a 300,000-square-foot former industrial...
On Kawara Multiple
Dia Art Foundation
Dia Art Foundation
Price: 0.00
Member Price: $0.00
Limited Stock: 1

Limited edition multiple published by Dia Art Foundation

Boxed set of 6 audio CDs
Edition of 250
$500

To order, please call Dia's bookshop at 845.440.0100 x26
Thomas Hirschhorn : Gramsci Monument
Dia publications, recent arrivals
Thomas Hirschhorn
Dia Art Foundation
Price: 45.00
Member Price: $36.00

This publication commemorates Thomas Hirschhorn's Gramsci Monument, a Dia commission that took place on the grounds of Forest Houses in the Bronx, NY, in summer 2013.
 
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