The 16th-century “Florentine Codex” offers a Mexican Indigenous perspective that is often missing from historical accounts of the period.
“América invertida” by Uruguayan-Spanish artist Joaquín Torres García was always meant to be a mission statement.
If you’re planning a visit to Rome, write down your list of can’t-miss sites. Then, go to these ones instead.
Olivia Chiang’s “Not Your Grandfather’s Art History: A BIPOC Reader” is a free online compilation of essays that explore lesser-told canons.
Izzy Pludwinski’s new book looks at the evolution of Hebrew calligraphy, from sacred scrolls through modern art and graffiti.
A new publication contextualizes the historical and contemporary book traditions in South Asia.
Long before Greta Gerwig’s movie, artists were critiquing Barbie’s influence on women — and Mattel didn’t always approve.
The nude figure as a subject has been a battleground issue for as long as it’s been a staple of fine art.
Katy Hessel’s new survey of women artists leaves out men, but also falls short of offering a new take on feminist art history.
Matthew Wilson’s new book, The Hidden Language of Symbols, chronicles the buried visual cues of power, faith, uncertainty, and hope.
A new analysis of diagrams drawn in the artist’s personal notebook reveals a near-accurate model of Earth’s gravitational pull.
20th Century Indian Art: Modern, Post-Independence, Contemporary surveys the many distinct aspects of art in South Asia.