Nicole Flattery’s Nothing Special is a story of a lost girl, washed up in Warhol’s Factory, which could, for all its peculiarities, be pretty much anywhere.
It turns out that we Homo sapiens are not the only species to explore art and its abstractions.
In The Longing for Less author Kyle Chayka searches for a minimalist mindset that isn’t “obsessing over possessions or the lack thereof but challenging our day-to-day experience of being in the world.”
Thorough and rewarding, Christina Riggs’s Photographing Tutankhamun illuminates the reasons behind our fascination with one of Ancient Egypt’s most famous tombs.
When an unexpected opportunity arose to spend her year living in the famed Palazzo Rucellai, Allison Levy seized on it.
In Consumptive Chic: A History of Beauty, Fashion, and Disease, Carolyn A. Day investigates how the fatal symptoms of tuberculosis became entwined with feminine ideals in the late 18th and early 19th centuries.
It’s kind of wonderful when pure chance leads you to a book that unexpectedly illuminates another one you’ve just read.