In an art world that celebrates the work of Raymond Pettibon, it seems to me that Steinberg deserves another look.
The Parallel Worlds of Philip Guston and Saul Steinberg
Guston and Steinberg are unclassifiable figures who satirized political figures, artists, poseurs, and American consumerism.
A New Collection of Saul Steinberg’s Influential Cartoons
The Labyrinth, originally published in 1960 and long out of print, is the perfect introduction or reintroduction to Steinberg’s incomparable style.
Artist Anton van Dalen on the East Village, Saul Steinberg, and Pigeon Keeping
Next time you’re walking through the East Village, take a moment to look up at the skies over Tompkins Square Park. You might just spot Anton van Dalen’s flock of snow-white pigeons. The artist, who first learned to rear the birds at the age of twelve, is one of the few remaining pigeon keepers in Lower Manhattan.
Saul Steinberg Decodes the Symbols of Society
Plastered on the title wall of Saul Steinberg’s 100th Anniversary Exhibition at Pace Gallery is an impenetrable photographic self-portrait.