An in-depth examination of the crucial role that Amsterdam played in Rembrandt’s evolution as an artist
Around the age of 25, Rembrandt van Rijn (1606–1669) moved from his hometown of Leiden to Amsterdam, which was the commercial capital of northern Europe at that time.
Critchlow's portraits of Black women transform Western portraiture and conflate kitsch with tradition
Five decades of iconic and incisive art from Barbara Kruger
Cutting through the noise.
Sometimes we need a little direction in life, whether to see a problem from a new perspective or confirm a gut feeling. Or maybe we just need a little encouragement- an affirmation that will send us sailing into the day with confidence (Admit to yourself that your ass is exquisite).
Cross-disciplinary artworks exploring the predilection for capitalist pursuits
During the coronavirus quarantine, legendary Hellboy creator Mike Mignola posted original pencil sketches online and auctioned off the art to raise money for José Andres' World Central Kitchen. The sketches went viral and were the talk of the comics internet.
The penultimate installment in Skira's five-volume Barkley Hendricks survey reveals the artist's little-known work in photography
A collection of fascinating quotations from the legendary artist and graffiti pioneer
Sanford Schwartz explores the trailblazing career of 19th-century Quaker folk artist Edward Hicks
A history of Kippenberger's museum on a Greek island--both a parody and a site of creative camaraderie
This exploration of Francisco Goya’s graphic output reveals his technical virtuosity and boundless imagination
This book presents the first focused investigation of Francisco Goya’s (1746–1828) graphic output.