Eight contributing writers explore themes of kinship, nostalgia, and intimacy in a new catalogue that reveals the process behind Chase’s first solo show at The Fabric Workshop and Museum.
Five remarkable graffiti artists discuss their individual and communal art practices in this event highlighting a multi-vocal “master-piece” artists’ book.
The Pew Center for Arts & Heritage’s new anthology surveys an array of structurally innovative shows in the exhibition makers’ own words.
Support a small visual arts nonprofit by purchasing this book, which highlights 35 artworks in spaces like mining towns, modernist chapels, and cars.
Blake Gopnik will join author Andy Grundberg to discuss his new book from Yale University Press in a virtual launch celebration hosted by 192 Books and Paula Cooper Gallery on April 1.
Joan Mitchell tells the complete story of this brilliant artist — her life, her work, and her myriad influences on art, literature, and music.
The book surveys site-specific art projects produced by Black Cube in unusual places like abandoned bus terminals, gold mining towns, iconic modernist chapels, and even cars.
This book commemorates the 50th anniversary of Public Art of the University of Houston System and features public artworks by artists including Carlos Cruz-Diez, Margo Sawyer, Alyson Shotz, Frank Stella, and Andy Warhol.
Her recent book offers an investigation of the irrational and the unconventional currents swirling behind the Bauhaus’s signature sleek surfaces and austere structures.
This publication is devoted to post-war American art in Tate’s collection, revealing the richness and complexity of the museum’s involvement with art from the United States during this period.
This book looks at how aesthetics—understood as a more encompassing framework for human activity—might become the primary discourse for political and social engagement.
The book looks at a cultural and philosophical history of neon, from Paris in the twentieth century to the perpetually switched-on present day.