The book is a lasting luxury. We live with them throughout our lives, and when they are created by artists, they can become objets d’art in their own right. “Artists take the book very seriously as a creative part of their vision. They hold high standards and produce it with passion,” observes Charles Miers, Publisher of Rizzoli New York. Working with the likes of Doug and Mike Starn, Taryn Simon, and Ryan McGinley, among others, Miers has made Rizzoli New York the house for cutting edge monographs.
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