In the limited-edition risograph comic Rezbians, Selam shares a solution for the scarcity of queer Indigenous representation in pop culture.
The Book by Design is a real page-turner for people interested in how we came to turn pages.
In his final book, art historian B.N. Goswamy sketches a portrait of the Indian cat, drawing on Hindu, Buddhist, and Muslim fables.
Fyodor Savintsev’s photographs of the small wooden cottages capture the aesthetics and ethos of “a slower, more traditional pace of life.”
Recently discovered work demonstrates DeFeo’s status as a major contemporary photographer.
The New Brownies’ Book promises to provide an experience any child can enjoy, but one designed especially for those of color.
KAOS Theory: The Afrokosmic Ark of Ben Caldwell takes readers on a vibrant tour through the life of the filmmaker, activist, and transmedia futurist.
Christina Sharpe’s Ordinary Notes, Nan Goldin’s new catalogue, a visual biography of Marina Abramovic, and more.
“América invertida” by Uruguayan-Spanish artist Joaquín Torres García was always meant to be a mission statement.
Dyed garments were once treasured items whose colors could take significant time, long distances, and untold fortunes to produce.
A new book explores collector of natural essences Mandy Aftel’s interactive archive of scent in Berkeley.
The curator, writer, and teacher’s memoir winds its way through his four-decade career, arriving, geographically and conceptually, back where he started.