Add a few new titles to your art reading list this month, including a Whitfield Lovell catalogue, a guide to making your own paint out of plants, and much more.
Our staff and contributors recommend titles for your next artsy summer read, including writings by Philip Guston and Sophie Calle, musings on slime, and a mystery novel set at The Met Cloisters.
Whether you’re looking to beef up your catalogue collection or discover small affordable zines, these bookstores have offerings for everyone.
Catherine Legrand’s Patchwork: A World Tour is an important step towards finally giving this art form the appreciation it deserves.
Katy Hessel’s new survey of women artists leaves out men, but also falls short of offering a new take on feminist art history.
Twelve titles on our reading list inquire about the practice of mudlarking, “cyberfeminism,” Lenape artists in New York City, and witchcraft in the age of technology.
Small presses, rare booksellers, institutions, and artist collectives will showcase their best publications.
Thanks in part to its virtual format, this year’s fair is the largest event yet, and the most international. Check out a slate of exhibitors you won’t want to miss.
An autumnal offering of Artemisia Gentileschi, Dorothea Tanning, Henri Matisse, and Guston galore, among much, much else.
California has a rich history of artful book making. Here’s a small sampling of presses old and new.
Here are our favorite books of 2019, brought to you by the writers and editors of Hyperallergic.
Paula Rego, John Ruskin, Donald Judd, Lucian Freud, Hokusai, and, yes, Leonardo da Vinci.