Fukase’s obsession with photographing the people he was close to overwhelmed his subjects and eventually drove them away — so he turned to cats.
Sara Davidmann explores the space between what we can know about one of the darkest moments in human history and what is impossible to recover.
Books from Inventory Press, the Royal Academy of Fine Arts Antwerp, and b_books reshape our understanding of publishing and librarianship.
Photographer Karen Halverson captures the historic highway in slow, dense detail.
Patrick Nathan suggests that capitalism benefits when human relationships are reduced to two-dimensional representations.
The event was devised by artist Maria Lai and involved almost all of Ulassai’s 1,000 inhabitants and required nearly 17 miles of light blue denim ribbon.
Sandra Cattaneo Adorno’s photos are an effervescent tribute to the iconic beach and the joy that it inspires.
Ellen Dillon’s verdict on Mallarmé’s pedagogical text? Pretty shaky.
The latest volume of af Klint’s catalogue raisonné reveals the artist exploring the spiritual world with quasi-scientific deliberation.
From Leonardo to Rembrandt, artists were drawn to these soft and glowing forms.
Cultural and artistic icons are reshaping the circulation of Blackness on a global scale.
Garielle Lutz’s sentences are among the most original in modern English, their linguistic specificity making them virtually untranslatable.