Sendak’s illustrations carry weight all on their own for children and adults alike, and this book beautifully captures his prolific career.
In her novel Tell Me I’m an Artist, Chelsea Martin questions whether art offers a refuge from the world.
Stephen L. Starkman’s moving book about his encounter with mortality leaves a place for perseverance and hope.
Theatres of Melancholy: The Neo-Romantics in Paris and Beyond highlights a group of artists who found acclaim and patronage only to fall back into obscurity.
20th Century Indian Art: Modern, Post-Independence, Contemporary surveys the many distinct aspects of art in South Asia.
Within this rich survey of 1990s ephemera is an homage to the modes of communication that forged community and identity prior to the internet.
Collecting Nature: The History of the Herbarium and Natural Specimens offers a collection of collections, a satisfying glimpse into the age-old practice.
The pathbreaking artist recounts milestones in her life through letters she wrote to her mother.
Comrade Sisters centers photographs and personal accounts of the women who made up over two-thirds of the party.
Photographer Stanley Greenberg’s new book takes as its subjects those aspects of Olmsted landscapes that took decades to come into their own — the trees.
A new book presents nearly 100 previously unseen photos from the artist’s influential, once-controversial body of work.
Buddhist Art of Tibet: In Milarepa’s Footsteps is a cringe-worthy display of “spiritual colonialism.”