DATE 10/31/2022

Celebrate Halloween with Christopher Frayling on 'Vampire Cinema: The First One Hundred Years'

DATE 10/25/2022

Rizzoli Bookstore presents Chris Floyd and Catriona Ni Aolain on 'Not Just Pictures'

DATE 10/1/2022

Artbook @ Hauser & Wirth Los Angeles Bookstore presents Betony Vernon signing 'Paradise Found: An Erotic Treasury for Sybarites'

DATE 9/27/2022

Isolde Brielmaier in conversation with Aruna D’Souza on 'I Am Sparkling'

DATE 9/26/2022

Rizzoli Bookstore presents Baldwin Lee in conversation with Imani Perry

DATE 9/22/2022

New Museum presents the launch of 'El Anatsui: The Reinvention of Sculpture'

DATE 9/22/2022

'Temperature's Rising' — a new oral history of Galaxie 500

DATE 9/22/2022

On view now at Howard Greenberg Gallery, 'Baldwin Lee' is a revelation

DATE 9/19/2022

In Celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month

DATE 9/19/2022

Featuring a pull-off poster cover, 'Betye Saar: Serious Moonlight' is a New Release this week!

DATE 9/17/2022

Museum Store of the Month: MFA Boston Shop

DATE 9/17/2022

Peter Fetterman Gallery presents Roger A. Deakins exhibition and 'Byways' signing

DATE 9/16/2022

'Julie Blackmon: Midwest Materials' is NEW from Radius Books


Featured spreads are from

Erik Kessels and Thomas Sauvin’s ‘Talk Soon’ reviewed in the ‘Brooklyn Rail’

Featured spreads are from Talk Soon, the new, spiralbound, collaborative tearaway postcard flipbook from Dutch artist and curator Erik Kessels and French photography collector Thomas Sauvin, produced free-associatively during quarantine. The book, which features equally playful, enigmatic text added to the back of each card by Atelier Éditions co-founder Kingston Trinder, “feels like a tribute to the mind’s associative power,” according to Aida Amoako, who reviews the book for this month’s issue of the Brooklyn Rail. “The photos in Talk Soon, by virtue of being used in a conversation between two artists unable to physically meet because of the COVID-19 pandemic, have gained yet another archival life,” Amoako writes, “becoming a part of the dialogue about this unique moment, despite depicting people and places from at least twenty-five years ago. Rather than presenting the photobook as a nostalgic ode to analog and physical media at a time when physical contact was discouraged, the reanimation of these vernacular photos in this book and its interactivity point instead to a different future, asking how people then might interact with, project onto, and extract meaning from the photographs that will emerge from this time.”

Erik Kessels & Thomas Sauvin: Talk Soon

Erik Kessels & Thomas Sauvin: Talk Soon

Spiral bound, 8 x 7 in. / 120 pgs / 84 color / 36 b&w.

$39.95  free shipping

Happy Mother's Day!

DATE 5/8/2022

Happy Mother's Day!