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Giovanni Bellini

'The Sleeve Should Be Illegal' is a new release this week!

Featured image, Giovanni Bellini's St. Francis in the Desert (ca. 1476–78), is reproduced from The Frick Collection's superb new release, The Sleeve Should Be Illegal, co-published with DelMonico Books. A book like no other on our list, this highly anticipated hardcover collects 61 reflections on works in the Frick’s preeminent collection by some of today's most riveting cultural luminaries, spanning from André Aciman to Roz Chast, Abbi Jacobson to Bryan Ferry, and Jonathan Lethem (whose text inspired the title) to Julie Mehretu, Susan Minot, Wangechi Mutu and Edmund White, to name just a few, with an Introduction by Adam Gopnik. "The evocations of pictures contained in this book remind us of the astonishing truth that the timelier art is, the more timeless it becomes," Gopnik writes, "the more lodged in one window, the more available now. Gallery going is the only reliable form of time travel we possess. You are here, the limited map in the mall explains to us. You are everywhere, the pictures at the Frick insist. And we are."

The Sleeve Should Be Illegal

The Sleeve Should Be Illegal

DelMonico Books/The Frick Collection
Hbk, 7.25 x 9.5 in. / 168 pgs / 122 color.

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