And, drumroll…….. here are Herbert’s picks for most anticipated releases in 2011….

1. Letters to Madeleine: Tender as Memory by Guillaume Apollinaire (Seagull Books)

2. On the Beyond: A Conversation between Mike Kelley, Jim Shaw and John C. Welchman (Art and Architecture in Discussion; Springer)

3. The Perpetual Motion Machine: The Story of an Invention by Paul Scheerbart (Wakefield Press)

4. Lace: The Living Archive: Selected Publications & Print Ephemera from the LACE Archives 1978 – 2008 (Lace, Los Angeles)

5. In Between by Steve Roden (Armory Center for the Arts, Pasadena)

6. The London Punk Tapes by Jordi Valls (Actar)

7. In the Wilds: Drawings by Nigel Peake (Princeton Architectural Press)

8. Ryan Gander: Catalogue Raisonnable Vol. 1 (JRP|Ringier)

9. Charles Avery: Onomatopoeia (Walther König/Koenig Books, London)

10. Les presses du réel – Contemporary art by Pierre Molinier

11. Cockfighter by Charles Willeford

12. Huckleberry Finn, edited by Jens Hoffmann (PictureBox)

13. CCA Wattis Institute for Contemporary Arts: Vertical Thoughts: Morton Feldman and the Visual Arts (Irish Museum of Art)

Edited by Seán Kissane. Text by Brian O’Doherty, Francesco Pellizzi, Dore Ashton, Juan Manuel Bonet.

14. Paul Chan: The Essential and Incomplete Sade for Sade’s Sake (Badlands Unlimited)

15. Variantology 4: On Deep Time Relations of Arts, Sciences and Technologies In the Arabic-Islamic World and Beyond (Walther König, Köln)

16. Trevor Paglen: A Compendium of Secrets (Kerber)

17. Visual Complexity: Mapping Patterns of Information by Manuel Lima (Princeton Architectural Press)

18. The Scenes of the Street and Other Essays by Anthony Vidler (The Monacelli Press)

19. Victor Halfwit: A Winter’s Tale by Thomas Bernhard (Seagull Books)

20. Surreal Objects: Sculptures and Objects from Dalí to Man Ray (Hatje Cantz)

21. Journeys: How travelling fruit, ideas and buildings rearrange our environment (Actar)

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