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REMARKABLE BOOKSHELF: What the Remarkable and Curious Conversations artists were reading in June 2010

Cally Trench asked the Remarkable and Curious Conversations artists in June 2010 what they were reading, and she has made a zigzag book from photographs of one hundred of the book spines. The complete reading list is given below.

Remarkable Bookshelf by Cally Trench

Remarkable Bookshelf by Cally Trench

Remarkable Bookshelf by Cally Trench

Remarkable Bookshelf by Cally Trench

Remarkable Bookshelf by Cally Trench

Remarkable Bookshelf by Cally Trench

Remarkable Bookshelf by Cally Trench

Remarkable Bookshelf by Cally Trench

Remarkable Bookshelf by Cally Trench

Remarkable Reading List

* indicates the book is on the shelf; ** indicates it appears twice

Peter Ackroyd, Hawksmoor
*Adamson, Thinking through Craft
*Samuel Adler, The Study of Orchestration
Claude Amey,Mémoire archaîque de l'art contemporain
*Guillaume Apollinaire, Correspondance avec les artistes 1903-1918
*Sam Ashby (publ), Little Joe magazine
*Neil Astley (ed), Staying Alive, Real Poems for Unreal Times
WH Auden, Look! Stranger collected poems
**Philip Auslander, Liveness: performance in a mediatized culture
*Joan Bakewell, The Centre of the Bed
Julian Barnes, Flaubert's Parrot
*Walter Benjamin, Illuminations
*John Berger, Hold Everything Dear: dispatches on survival and resistance
*Clifford Bishop, Sex and Spirit
*Mikhail Bulgakov, The Master and Margarita (graphic novel form)
*Edgar Rice Burroughs, Fighting Man of Mars
*Italo Calvino, Difficult Loves
*The New Cambridge Modern History Atlas
*David Campany, Photography and Cinema
*Marise Comdé, Ségou
*Nicholas Cook, Music, imagination & Culture
*Merlin Coverley, Psychogeography
*Dante, The Divine Comedy 2: Purgatory
Charles Dickens, A Tale of Two Cities
*Charles Dickens, Our Mutual Friend
*Jay Dixon, The Romance Fiction of Mills and Boon
*Fyodor Dostoevsky, The Brothers Karamazov
Thierry Du Deuve, Kant after Duchamp
*Dvorak, Symphony No 7
*Umberto Eco, On Literature
*George Eliot, Middlemarch
*Glen Ellis, Dead Sea Scrolls: words that changed the world
Brett Easton Ellis, Glamorama
*Bryony Fer, Eva Hesse Studioworks
*Erika Fischer-Lichte, The Transformative Power of Performance
*EM Forster, Aspects of the Novel
Hal Foster (ed), Postmodern Culture
*Peter France and William St Clair (ed), Mapping Lives. The Uses of Biography
*Michael Fried, Morris Louis
*Alastair Fuad-Luke, Design Activism- a beautiful strangeness for a sustainable world
Suzi Gablik, The Re-enchantment of Art
Stephen Galloway, The Cellist of Sarajevo
*Alex Garland, The Beach
*Elizabeth Gaskell, North and South
*Jean Giono, Le grand troupeau
*Noah J Goldstein, Steve J Martin and Robert B Cialdini, Yes! 50 secrets from the science of persuasion
Vilhelm Hammershoi, The Poetry of Silence
*Harrison and Wood, Art in Theory 1900-1990
*Adrian Heathfield (ed), Live: Art and Performance
*Judith Hermann, Nichts als Gespenster
*Hermann Hesse, Demian
*Holst, The Planets, Op.32
*Shu Hung and Joseph Magliaro, By Hand
Kazuo Ishiguro - Nocturnes
*Elizabeth Jenkins, The Tortoise and the Hare
*Jerome K Jerome, Three Men in a Boat
JE ("Johnnie") Johnson and PB ("Laddie") Lucas, Courage in the Skies: great air battles from the Somme to Desert Storm
*Amelia Jones, Body Art/Performing the subject
*Steve Jones, The Descent of Man
Arthur Koestler, The Act of Creation
*Judith Kitchen, The House on Eccles Road
*Hermione Lee, Virginia Woolf
Deidre Le Faye, Jane Austen's Letters
Lin Yutang, The Importance of Living
*David Lynch, Catching the Big Fish
Charles C. Mann, 1491
Hugh McKnight, Cruising French Waterways
*Hilary Mantel, Wolf Hall
Yann Martel, Beatrice and Virgil
*Jean Luc Marion, La croisée du visible
*Simon Mawer, The Glass Room
*Anne Michaels, The Winter Vault
*Rosie Millard, The Tastemakers : UK Art Now
*Montesquieu, Persian Letters
Chantal Mouffe, Artistic activism and Agonistic Spaces
*Gregor Muir, Lucky Kunst: the rise and fall of Young British Art
*Muir's Historical Atlas
*Laura Mulvey, Death 24 x second. Stillness and the moving image
*Alice Munro, Runaway
*Virginia Nicholson, Singled Out
*Ninjalicious, Access All Areas: a user's guide to urban exploration
*Oppian, Colluthus, Tryphiodorus
*James Orbinski MD, An Imperfect Offering: humanitarian action in the twenty -first century
George Orwell, Collected Essays
*P.D. Ouspensky, In Search of the Miraculous
*Michael Parkinson, Parky: My Autobiography
*Parsons and Blocke, Aesthetics and Education
Fernando Pessoa, The Book of Disquiet
*Peggy Phelan, Unmarked: The Politics of Performance
*Anthony Powell, The Acceptance World
*Philip Pullman, The Amber Spyglass
Quantum Books (publ), Arts and Crafts Movement
Jacques Ranciere, The Ignorant Schoolmaster
*Rapid Eye 1
*Mark Roskill (ed), The Letters of Vincent Van Gogh
*Don Miguel Ruiz, The Four Agreements
*C.J. Sansom, Winter in Madrid
**Richard Schechner - Performance Studies: an introduction
*Richard Sennett, The Craftsman
*Shakespeare, Much Ado About Nothing
*Shakespeare, Twelfth Night
*Iain Sinclair, Lights out for the Territory
*Alexander McCall Smith, The Number One Ladies' Detective Agency
*Julian Stallabrass, High Art Lite
*David Suzuki and Holly Dressel, More Good News: Real Solutions to the Global Eco-Crisis
Katherine Swift, The Morville Hours
*Andrea Tarsia (ed), Sophe Calle: The Reader
*Phillips, Exposed: Voyeursm, Surveillance and the Camera
Paul Theroux, The Great Railway Bazaar
*Scarlett Thomas, The End of Mr Y
Colm Toibin, Brooklyn
*Eckhart Tolle, A New Earth
**Leo Tolstoy, War and Peace
*Colin Tudge, The Variety of Life: a survey and a celebration of all the creatures that have ever lived
**Turkle (ed), Evocative Objects
*David Foster Wallace, Infinite Jest
*Marina Warner, From the Beast to the Blonde
*Warner, Fantastic Metamorphoses, Other Worlds
*Sarah Waters, Affinity
Winifred Watson, Miss Pettigrew Lives for a Day
*Robert Wien, The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari
*PG Wodehouse, The Code of the Woosters
*Jackie Wullschlager, Chagall Love and Exile
*Irvin Yalom, Le jardin d'Epicure
Charlotte M Yonge, The Heir of Redclyffe
*A Simple Guide to Wireless

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