Bloomsbury is thrilled to announce a call for new proposals for the acclaimed 33 1/3 book series, previously published by Continuum. (Bloomsbury acquired Continuum in July 2011).
The series – each volume of which focuses on one popular music album of the last several decades – started in September 2003 and has so far published 85 titles. Books in the series so far have taken a wide range of approaches, on subjects ranging from albums by the Kinks to James Brown, from Bob Dylan to Prince, from the Pixies to Public Enemy, and from the Beastie Boys to Celine Dion.
For further information about the series and the call for new proposals, which will now be published under the Bloomsbury Academic imprint, visit the 33 1/3 blog or Facebook.
This week’s Top7 art exhibitions to visit include: Tentacles, depression, children, optical illusions, flowers, blueprints and migration.
20p coins, war, broken assemblages, experimental photography, a human fountain and yellow.
Art critic Tabish Khan brings you the top art exhibitions to visit this week. Each one comes with a concise review to help you decide whether it’s for you. All are closing soon and it’s been expanded to a humongous nine exhibitions
Sunken treasures, movable paintings, felt shopping items, mechanical creations and a scrap metal menagerie.