When the Delay is the Gratification: Allen Saalburg
Celebration and Censure: The Aperitif and the Art of the Poster in Belle Époque France
Prix de Print No. 26: Emanuel 9 (2017) by Dan Wood
Tucker Nichols: Something Beyond the Truth
The Superhero in the Archive: Black Pulp!
Recent protests against white supremacy and Confederate monuments in the American south have made it clear that the complexities of our history continue to influence and confound contemporary perspectives on race, rights and equality …Read more
Through the Wine Glass: Whistler and the Hour of the Little Cocktail
James McNeill Whistler’s tiny study of an empty wine glass—perhaps a champagne coupe—on a footed silver tray (G.38) is the only still life among the more than 490 etchings in his oeuvre …Read more
Plastered: Soviet Prohibition Posters
The catalysts behind this volume, Damon Murray and Stephen Sorrell, are the proprietors of FUEL, a London-based design and publishing company that has brought out a series of books on Russian design and public culture …Read more
A Lone Star Bonanza
It rained mackerel.
It rained trout.
—Tom Waits (1992)
This five-and-three-quarter-pound tome celebrates a quarter-century (1989–2014) of the persistence and imagination of native Texans …Read more