An essential overview of Jafa's sweeping, dynamic and disquieting video portraits of Black American life
A collection of fascinating quotations from the legendary artist and graffiti pioneer
A groundbreaking and endlessly surprising history of how artisans created America, from the nation's origins to the present day.
An enormous clothbound panorama of Kara Walker's works on paper--all reproduced for the first time
A timely and urgent exploration into the ways artists have grappled with race and grief in modern America
In recent years, the world has seen the rise of white nationalism in America and the tragic persistence of violence against African-Americans.
A beautifully illustrated look at the work of one of today’s most unique and exciting artists
Bisa Butler (b. 1973) is an American artist who creates arresting and psychologically nuanced portraits composed entirely of vibrantly colored and patterned fabrics that she cuts, layers, and stitches together.
Dramatically reinventing the lineage of Goya, Sargent and Manet, Lynette Yiadom-Boakye imbues the Black subjects in her paintings with atmospheric grace and elegance
How artists created an aesthetic of "positive barbarism" in a world devastated by World War II, the Holocaust, and the atomic bomb
A major publication about the revolutionary art collective that defined a new Black aesthetic in late 1960s Chicago and whose influence today is stronger than ever
A hand-drawn guide to architectural styles throughout history
More than 600 archival color and black-and-white photos take readers inside the magnificent Hotel des Artistes on Manhattan's West Side. This is the well-researched, untold story of the artists, returning from stints in Paris in the early 1900s, who convinced Manhattan businessmen to invest in an arts colony on West 67th Street.