The New Museum’s Buyer, Herbert Pfostl, shares his favorite titles this season:

1. I Listen to the Wind that Obliterates My Traces Edited by Steve Roden (Dust-to-Digital)

2. Alfred Jarry: A Pataphysical Life By Alastair Brotchie (MIT Press)

3. Cutting Edges: Contemporary Collage Edited by R. Klanten, H. Hellige, J. Gallagher (Gestalten)

4. It Happened at Pomona Edited by Rebecca G. McGrew, Glenn Phillips, and Marie Shurkus (Pomona College)

5. Any Gun Can Play By Kevin Grant (FAB Press)

6. The Hierarchies of Cuckoldry and Bankruptcy By Charles Fourier (Wakefield Press)

7. Into One-Another Edited by Cornelia Wieg (Hirmer Publishers)

8. Why a Man Should be Well-Dressed By Adolf Loos (Metroverlag)

9. Richard Dadd: The Artist and the Asylum Text by Nicholas Tromans (DAP/Tate)

10. Miroslav Tichy: Forms of Truth Text by Gianfraco Sanguinetti (Kant)

11. Toys of the Avant-Garde By José Lebrero Stals, Juan Bordes, and Carlos Pérez (Hudson Hills Press)

12. Ruins Edited by Brian Dillon (MIT Press)

13. Out of this World By Mike Ashley (British Library)

14. Architecture and Violence Edited by Bechir Kenzari (Actar)

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// From our friends at the New Museum

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