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Robert Rauschenberg

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100 Secrets of the Art World Everything You Always Wanted to Know from Artists, Collectors and Curators, but Were Afraid to Ask

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100 Secrets of the Art World Everything You Always Wanted to Know from Artists, Collectors and Curators, but Were Afraid to Ask

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Cecilia Dean & James Kaliardos Launch & Sign VISIONAIRE at Design Miami!

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William Christenberry, 1936-2016

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Join ARTBOOK @ Art Basel Miami 2016

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Concrete Cuba: Cuban Geometric Abstraction from the 1950s

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EXQUISITE: Alexander Girard: A Designer's Universe

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Never Built New York, Frank Lloyd Wright Key Plan for Ellis Island

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Van Cleef & Arpels: The Art & Science of Gems

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Van Cleef & Arpels: The Art & Science of Gems

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William Eggleston: The Democratic Forest

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One and One Is Four: The Bauhaus Photocollages of Josef Albers

DATE 11/22/2016

Women in Trees

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Jess Rotter: I’m Bored

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Francis Picabia: Our Heads Are Round so Our Thoughts Can Change Direction

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Francis Picabia: Our Heads Are Round so Our Thoughts Can Change Direction, Udnie

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New No's from Badlands Unlimited

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Jess Rotter: I’m Bored

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Total Excess: Photographs by Michael Zagaris, backstage Pete Townshend & Jerry Garcia

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Holiday Gift Guide 2016: Stocking Stuffers

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Donald Judd: Writings

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Holiday Gift Guide 2016: For the Bookworm - Great Reads

DATE 11/14/2016

'Never Built New York' Launches Tonight, LIVE from the NYPL!

DATE 11/13/2016

Never Built New York LIVE from the NYPL!

DATE 11/13/2016

Holiday Gift Guide 2016: For the Art Lover

DATE 11/12/2016

Holiday Gift Guide 2016: For the Photographer and Photography Collector

DATE 11/12/2016

Donald Judd: Writings Launch Events in November & December

DATE 11/12/2016

Never Built New York Live from the NYPL

DATE 11/11/2016

Robert Venturi: Complexity And Contradiction In Architecture

DATE 11/11/2016

Holiday Gift Guide 2016: For the Design Devotee

DATE 11/10/2016

The Ice Plant Celebrates 10 Years of Publishing! Plus Book Signings with Ed Panar & Mike Slack

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Ken Price: Drawings

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For the Collector: Limited Editions & Catalogues Raisonnés

DATE 11/8/2016

Mark Peterson: Political Theatre

DATE 11/8/2016

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DATE 11/7/2016

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DATE 11/7/2016

Carol Bove Signing at the Whitney Shop

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Nan Goldin: Diving for Pearls, Self-portrait on New Year's Eve

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Holiday Gift Guide 2016: Staff Favorites

DATE 11/6/2016

Nan Goldin: Diving for Pearls, Luna at the lily pond

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CORY REYNOLDS | DATE 12/6/2016

Yamamoto Masao Book Launch at Spaces Corners

Friday December 9, Spaces Corners at ICP Museum and Radius Books present a book launch and signing with renowned Japanese photographer Yamamoto Masao, who will be signing advance copies of his superb new monograph, 'Tori.'

CORY REYNOLDS | DATE 12/5/2016

Robert Rauschenberg

Last week, TATE Modern opened Robert Rauschenberg, the definitive traveling retrospective which arrives at MoMA in May of 2017 before continuing on to SFMOMA. "From first to last," the show is "almost impossibly rich and rewarding," Adrian Searle writes in The Guardian. "Paintings made with dirt and paintings of nothing at all, images that encapsulate the achievements and disasters of 1960s America, a stuffed goat that looks like it has been feeding from a painter’s palette, and a mud-bath gurgling liquid cement like a lava pool. The exhibition moves through a life and career at gathering pace, from the early 1950s to the artist’s death in 2008. Room after room arrest us with yet another creative swerve, a shift in medium, scale, formal attack and presence." Scanning (1963) is reproduced from the stupendous accompanying exhibition catalog, one of our Top 10 Holiday Gift Books of 2016.

CORY REYNOLDS | DATE 12/4/2016

ARTBOOK @ Hauser Wirth & Schimmel Presents Lynne Tillman, Colm Tóibín and Chris Kraus

Thursday, December 8 at 7PM, ARTBOOK @ Hauser Wirth & Schimmel presents the LA extended release of Lynne Tillman’s 'The Complete Madame Realism and Other Stories.' Following an introduction by Semiotext(e) co-editor Chris Kraus, Tillman will read from from the essay collection and Colm Tóibín will read from his novel 'Nora Webster.' Book signing to follow.

CORY REYNOLDS | DATE 12/4/2016

Taryn Simon: Paperwork and the Will of Capital

"What could a flower arrangement have to do with an agreement to settle claims between two nations?" Teju Cole asks in this weekend's New York Times Magazine. Taryn Simon's Paperwork and the Will of Capital "originates in the press and official photographs made at signings of agreements, declarations, memorandums, treaties, communiqués, conventions, contracts and other formalized moments of accord. Simon noticed the ubiquity of floral displays at these occasions. To refocus attention on the workings of power at these signings, she took an oblique approach: a re-creation of the flower arrangements. The flowers were originally a decorative note, a reflex to signal the importance of the occasion. Reconstructed, they are not mere decorations." > > more > >

CORY REYNOLDS | DATE 12/3/2016

Taryn Simon: Paperwork and the Will of Capital

In this weekend's New York Times Magazine, Teju Cole attempts to reconcile his election shock by delving into Taryn Simon's newest body of work—documenting floral arrangements that have graced the tables upon which the world's most important historical treaties and contracts were signed. "Paperwork and the Will of Capital uses a different set of tools to think about political fate," Cole writes. "Powerful men (it is usually men) meet to sign some papers. Afterward, the world is not the same. And yet few of those whose lives are altered by whatever was signed could conceivably trace their circumstances to that event ... > > more > >

CORY REYNOLDS | DATE 12/2/2016

100 Secrets of the Art World: Everything You Always Wanted to Know from Artists, Collectors and Curators, but Were Afraid to Ask

This pocket-sized follow-up to Magnus Resch's 2015 best-seller, Management of Art Galleries, collects advice, anecdotes and the occasional self-deprecating response from 100 major players ranging from museum directors like Daniel Birnbaum, to curators like Hans Ulrich Obrist, collectors like Dakis Joannou, gallerists like Larry Gagosian, writers like Sarah Thornton, and artists and architects including John Baldessari, Isaac Julien and Zaha Hadid, to name just a few. Featured spread is by Romanian artist, writer and cartoonist, Dan Perjovschi. Find this Staff Favorite Holiday Gift Book at our stores at Art Basel Miami and Design Miami!

CORY REYNOLDS | DATE 12/2/2016

Cecilia Dean & James Kaliardos Launch & Sign VISIONAIRE at Design Miami!

Friday, December 2, from 4-5PM, ARTBOOK, VISIONAIRE and RIZZOLI invite you to celebrate the publication of 'VISIONAIRE: Experiences in Art and Fashion' at Design Miami! Cecilia Dean and James Kaliardos will sign copies of the book at our bookstore, located beside the Collector's Lounge.

CORY REYNOLDS | DATE 12/2/2016

100 Secrets of the Art World: Everything You Always Wanted to Know from Artists, Collectors and Curators, but Were Afraid to Ask

This pocket-sized follow-up to Magnus Resch's 2015 best-seller, Management of Art Galleries, collects advice, anecdotes and the occasional self-deprecating response from 100 major players ranging from museum directors like Daniel Birnbaum, to curators like Hans Ulrich Obrist, collectors like Dakis Joannou, gallerists like Larry Gagosian, writers like Sarah Thornton, and artists and architects including John Baldessari, Isaac Julien and Zaha Hadid, to name just a few. Featured spread is by Romanian artist, writer and cartoonist, Dan Perjovschi. Find this Staff Favorite Holiday Gift Book at our stores at Art Basel Miami and Design Miami!

CORY REYNOLDS | DATE 12/1/2016

William Christenberry, 1936-2016

"I'll never forget what Walker Evans said about my Brownie photographs. He encouraged me to continue making pictures and to take them seriously, that there was something very special about them. He said, 'You have a way of … you know where to stand with that little camera, exactly where to stand to use it to its best advantage...' He said, 'I don't find it too unusual coming out of your painting background. You have a real sensitivity to color.'" –William Christenberry (November 5, 1936 - November 28, 2016)

CORY REYNOLDS | DATE 11/30/2016

Concrete Cuba: Cuban Geometric Abstraction from the 1950s

Here it is. The book you have wanted. The book you need. The book that never existed, in any form, until now. Concrete Cuba: Cuban Geometric Abstraction from the 1950s from David Zwirner Books is the first major survey of concretism in Cuba from the late 1940s through the early 1960s—the pivotal years building up to and including the Cuban Revolution. The work in this eye-opening volume—by Pedro Álvarez, Wifredo Arcay, Mario Carreño, Salvador Corratgé, Sandú Darié (whose untitled 1950s painting is reproduced here), Luis Martínez Pedro, Alberto Menocal, José M. Mijares, Pedro de Oraá, José Ángel Rosabal, Loló Soldevilla and Rafael Soriano—is every bit as revolutionary as Fidel himself. A featured title at our bookstores at Design Miami and Art Basel Miami, it is also one of our top ten Staff Favorite Holiday Gift Books, 2016.

CORY REYNOLDS | DATE 11/30/2016

Join ARTBOOK @ Art Basel Miami 2016

From Picabia to Pettibon; Sophie Calle to Cindy Sherman - whether you're searching for the best new museum exhibition catalogs, deluxe catalogues raisonnés, serious monographs or playful illustrated gift books, we've got what you need. Book events are with Julio Le Parc, Glenn Ligon, Claudia Rankine, Hans Ulrich Obrist, Simon Denny, Alexandre Arrechea and Tiqui Atencio.

CORY REYNOLDS | DATE 11/29/2016

EXQUISITE: Alexander Girard: A Designer's Universe

Lovers and collectors of 20th century design cannot do better than Vitra Design Museum's 512-page, linenbound bombshell, Alexander Girard: A Designer's Universe. One of our top ten Holiday Gift Books for Design Devotees, it is also a featured title at Design Miami, 2016—in previews today, and open to the public through Sunday! Pictured here is Girard's 1957 interior for Miller House, realized in collaboration with architect Eero Saarinen and landscape architect Dan Kiley.

CORY REYNOLDS | DATE 11/28/2016

Never Built New York on Science Friday!

Reproduced from Metropolis Books' Holiday Gift bestseller, Never Built New York, Frank Lloyd Wright's 1959 Key Project for Ellis Island proposed "casual, inspired living, minus the usual big-city clamour." The last commission Wright accepted before his death in April of the same year, it was a car-less development plan for the recently decommissioned Ellis Island featuring moving sidewalks and a circular podium superimposed on the Island's rectangular shape, upon which would rest apartments for 7,500 residents. Towers supported by suspension cables would have contained more apartments and a 500-room hotel. The domes were meant for theaters, hospitals, churches, schools, a library and a sports arena. An "agora" embedded in the landscape was earmarked for a planetarium, cinema, shops, banks, restaurants and nightclubs. A yacht basin would have accommodated 450 boats. Hear more about this project and others on NPR's Science Friday!

CORY REYNOLDS | DATE 11/28/2016

Visit ARTBOOK @ Design Miami 2016

Nov 30 - Dec 4, ARTBOOK @ Design Miami/ presents art and design books, catalogues raisonnés and collector’s editions from around the world, PLUS a 25th anniversary 'Visionaire' mini pop-up!

CORY REYNOLDS | DATE 11/27/2016

Van Cleef & Arpels: The Art & Science of Gems

This 2014 Carpe Koi bracelet watch, made of gold, Mandarin garnets, sapphires, tourmalines, spinels and diamonds is reproduced from The Art & Science of Gems, Editions Xavier Barral's deluxe tribute to the opulent jewelry and dazzling history of Van Cleef & Arpels. Paging through this beautifully produced book, even those who have no previous interest in jewelry design will be unable to tear themselves away from the detail, the ingenuity and the flat-out luxury of the bracelets, pins, earrings, necklaces, tiaras, watches, rings, vanity cases, smoking sets, clips, bottles and assorted glimmering treasures that Van Cleef & Arpels' designers have concocted for the international collector set over the last 110 years. See more Staff Favorite Holiday Gift Books.

CORY REYNOLDS | DATE 11/26/2016

Van Cleef & Arpels: The Art & Science of Gems

This 1933 photograph of Singer sewing machine heiress Daisy Fellows wearing an Elsa Schiaparelli dress and two bracelets transformed from an Indian inspiration necklace of platinum, emeralds and diamonds, is reproduced from Van Cleef & Arpels: The Art & Science of Gems, one of our top 10 Fashion Gift Books of 2016. "Since its beginnings in 1906, the elegant Maison Van Cleef & Arpels has always been the privileged supplier of rare gemstones and unique jewels to royalty, aristocrats, business magnates, billionaires, exotic Maharanis, artists and Hollywood stars," the editors write. "They all mingled together at the same international events, creating that sparkling tableau vivant known as Café Society, all bedecked in sumptuous Van Cleef & Arpels jewels: the epitome of beauty, exclusivity and ultimate refinement."

CORY REYNOLDS | DATE 11/25/2016

Van Cleef & Arpels: The Art & Science of Gems

Van Cleef & Arpels: The Art & Science of Gems, just out from the renowned Parisian art and design publisher Editions Xavier Barral, is an astonishing book offering "page upon sumptuous page of historical jewels," in the words of Wallpaper's Caragh McKay. "Among the most wondrous are the objet designs of the early 20th century – a carved jade pillbox, gold champagne swizzle, and a quartz and onyx nightlight (pictured here, from 1930) among them." An excellent Holiday Gift choice for the fashion forward or luxuriously inclined. But equally fascinating for lovers of art, photography, gemology and the history of high design.

CORY REYNOLDS | DATE 11/24/2016

William Eggleston: The Democratic Forest

In 1989, Eudora Welty wrote, "A clear spring rises somewhere on the home place, for the human strain begins there for Mr. Eggleston, and we see it in what follows: it turns into a river that runs through, or underneath, every place succeeding it. Whatever is done to block it or stop its flow, it surfaces again. Pure human nature proves itself in likely or unlikely places." Featured image is reproduced from William Eggleston: The Democratic Forest, Selected Works—co-published by David Zwirner Books and Steidl—one of our Top 10 Photography Gift Books, 2016!

CORY REYNOLDS | DATE 11/23/2016

One and One Is Four: The Bauhaus Photocollages of Josef Albers

"One and one is two—that's business. One and one is four—that's art—or if you like it better—is life. I think that makes clear: the many-fold seeing, the many-fold reading of the world makes us broader; wider; richer. In education, a single standpoint cannot give a solid firm stand. Thus, let us have different viewpoints, different standpoints. Let us observe in different directions and from different angles…"
— Josef Albers, 1938

CORY REYNOLDS | DATE 11/22/2016

Women in Trees

Featured image is reproduced from Women in Trees, one of our Staff Favorite Holiday Gift Books of 2016. Just a bit smaller than a 5x7 postcard, and a scant 112 pages, this quirky little book is exactly what it says it is, and exactly what it needs to be: a collection of 55 vintage, black-and-white flea market photographs of sassy, dreamy, sexy and smily young women posing privately for some long-forgotten photographer. This is a book that will make anyone smile, rightfully reviewed in AnOther, Hyperallergic and The Huffington Post, among others.

CORY REYNOLDS | DATE 11/21/2016

Jess Rotter: I’m Bored

Vogue calls it a "hilarious take on daily life mixed with comic book–like graphics.” New York Magazine describes it as "escapes for your brain at 3PM on a workday." And LA Weekly calls Jess Rotter's 96-page art/comic book "a celebration and exploration of boredom — and a variety of other sorts of existential malaise — and a gift to people who've dared to be 'bored' long enough to take in a little book of drawings." Read Maddie Gilmore's review here, or heed the words of Tavi Gevinson, who calls Jess Rotter: I'm Bored "basically a CHEKHOVIAN story of boredom and loneliness experienced by all species that I relate to and adore." Do we even need to mention? I'm Bored is one of our staff favorite Holiday Gift Books of 2016!

CORY REYONLDS | DATE 11/20/2016

Francis Picabia: Our Heads Are Round so Our Thoughts Can Change Direction

The blockbuster international traveling retrospective Francis Picabia: Our Heads Are Round so Our Thoughts Can Change Direction opens tomorrow at MoMA, and with it comes an exemplary exhibition catalog, illuminating via 15 scholarly essays and 500 magnificent reproductions, what Marcel Duchamp called the "kaleidoscopic series of art experiences" that comprised his life-long friend's career. Picabia's work "ranges widely and wildly, from painting to publishing, representation to abstraction, seduction to repulsion, encompassing as well writing, theater, film, and the organization of elaborate fetes and galas," in the words of MoMA curator Anne Umland. "Picabia's oeuvre testifies to the artist's lifelong success in inventing new selves, only to consign them repeatedly to oblivion." What better artist for the current moment? Featured image is "Très rare tableau sur la terre (Very Rare Picture on the Earth)" (1915). A Staff Pick Holiday Gift Book for 2016.

CORY REYNOLDS | DATE 11/19/2016

Francis Picabia: Our Heads Are Round so Our Thoughts Can Change Direction

"What I like is to invent, to imagine, to make of myself at every moment a new man, and then, to forget him, to forget everything." So wrote Francis Picabia, subject of the major MoMA retrospective opening on Monday—the first large-scale exhibition of this profoundly innovative, shape-shifting, yet largely unknown artist's work in the United States since 1970. Featured image is the nearly 10x10-foot painting, "Udnie (Young American Girl; Dance)" from 1913, which definitively surpasses the limits of Cubist easel painting, according to essayist George Baker. To see more of our holiday gift book favorites for 2016, continue to our Holiday Gift Guide.

MADDIE GILMORE | DATE 11/18/2016

Jess Rotter: I’m Bored

Artist and illustrator Jess Rotter is no stranger to the soul search. With a love of 1970's rock and roll and a deep backlist of band and brand collaborations – ranging from MTV, Best Coast and Lenny Letter – her existential anxieties arrive to the party decked out in bell bottoms, rose-colored glasses and an ACDC t-shirt.

CORY REYNOLDS | DATE 11/18/2016

New No's from Badlands Unlimited

"No to racists
No to fascists
No to taxes funding racists and fascists..."

Today, Badlands Unlimited has posted a new Publisher's Note inspired by Yvonne Rainer's 'No Manifesto.' 'New No's' acts as a protest against the drift of American society towards what is most un-American.

CORY REYNOLDS | DATE 11/18/2016

Francis Picabia: Our Heads Are Round so Our Thoughts Can Change Direction

Francis Picabia's Occupation-era "Femmes au bull-dog (Women with Bulldog)" was painted around 1941, during the "murkiest period" of the artist's career, according to art historian Michèle C. Cone. Based on French soft-core pornography of the 1930s, Picabia's figurative paintings of the war years, "have been placed under many labels: antimodernist, postmodern, 'aura-less' modernism, and… pseudo-Nazi kitsch." Regardless, they were admired in their time by Gertrude Stein, and today they look fresher than ever in the landmark retrospective opening at MoMA on Monday. An exceptional book in all ways, this Picabia exhibition catalog is one of our top Holiday Gift Staff Picks for 2016. Read Roberta Smith's review in the New York Times or listen to Deborah Solomon on WNYC.

DATE 11/15/2016

Holiday Gift Guide 2016: Stocking Stuffers

Holiday Gift Guide 2016: Stocking Stuffers

They're cute, they're small, they're surprising and affordable. Here are 10 staff picks for the stockings on your list »

DATE 11/14/2016

Holiday Gift Guide 2016: For the Bookworm - Great Reads

Holiday Gift Guide 2016: For the Bookworm - Great Reads

10 must-have reading books, from the new Shakespeare and Company "memoir" to Ricky Jay's astonishing story of a 17th-century conjurer »

DATE 11/13/2016

Holiday Gift Guide 2016: For the Art Lover

Holiday Gift Guide 2016: For the Art Lover

Our staff picks the must-have art books of 2016, from overlooked Renaissance masters to Modern heroes of the avant garde »

DATE 11/12/2016

Holiday Gift Guide 2016: For the Photographer and Photography Collector

Holiday Gift Guide 2016: For the Photographer and Photography Collector

For photography lovers – here are 10 of our favorite 2016 monographs by Modern and contemporary photographers »

DATE 11/11/2016

Holiday Gift Guide 2016: For the Design Devotee

Holiday Gift Guide 2016: For the Design Devotee

Our staff picks the must-have architecture and design books of 2016, from radical 1970s pedagogy to visionary unbuilt architecture of NYC »

DATE 11/10/2016

For the Collector: Limited Editions & Catalogues Raisonnés

For the Collector: Limited Editions & Catalogues Raisonnés

From the 10-volume Francis Bacon catalogue raisonné to Carrie Mae Weems' 'Kitchen Table Series' ltd ed with print - our top picks for collectors »

DATE 10/9/2016

Holiday Gift Guide 2016: For the New Yorker

Holiday Gift Guide 2016: For the New Yorker

Whether you love it or hate it, left it or long for it - here are our 10 favorite gift books for the New Yorkers in your life »

DATE 11/8/2016

Holiday Gift Guide 2016: For the Fashion Forward

Holiday Gift Guide 2016: For the Fashion Forward

From Van Cleef & Arpels gems and Hermès scarves to behind-the-runway photography books - our staff favorite holiday fashion gift books »

DATE 11/7/2016

Holiday Gift Guide 2016: For Film Buffs and Audiophiles

Holiday Gift Guide 2016: For Film Buffs and Audiophiles

Gus Van Sant, Bruce Springsteen, Robert Frank, Kim Gordon, Iggy Pop and Jim Marshall's photos of jazz greats like Thelonius Monk are some of our favorite books for audio- and cinephiles, 2016 »

DATE 11/6/2016

Holiday Gift Guide 2016: Staff Favorites

Holiday Gift Guide 2016: Staff Favorites

10 books that we love outside of logic, beyond our control, or for reasons unknown, even to ourselves. Holiday Gift Staff Favorites, 2016 »

DATE 11/5/2016

Holiday Gift Guide 2016: Books for Him

Holiday Gift Guide 2016: Books for Him

From Muhammad Ali to 19th-century nocturnal wildlife photography: 10 handsome books for the men in your life »

DATE 6/6/2016

Agnes Martin: "Beauty Is the Mystery of Life"

Agnes Martin: "Beauty Is the Mystery of Life"

In celebration of the retrospective currently on view at LACMA, we present an excerpt of Agnes Martin's iconic 1989 essay, reproduced from 'Agnes Martin.' In the 'New York Times Book Review' Patricia Albers made special note of this text, asserting that it is "not to be missed."

DATE 6/15/2015

The Future of the Skyscraper

The Future of the Skyscraper

Last week, Skidmore, Owings & Merrill and Metropolis Books launched the SOM THINKERS series with 'The Future of the Skyscraper,' featuring texts by Bruce Sterling, Tom Vanderbilt, Matthew Yglesias, Diana Lind, Will Self, Emily Badger, Dickson Despommier and Philip Nobel, whose Introduction is excerpted here.

DATE 2/22/2015

On the Small and the Contrary

On the Small and the Contrary

Lisa Pearson of Siglio writes on publishing as "An act of resistance to the literal, the authoritarian and the facile... and as a testament to the 'book' as refuge, dissent, beacon, and nexus."



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