New works from the famed street artist whose bold designs have defined a generation of political iconography
The eruption of the First World War, the Russian revolutions of 1905 and 1917, and the subsequent civil war broke down established political and social structures and brought an end to the Tsarist Empire. Russia was split into antagonistic worlds, and the deft manipulation of public opinion was integral to the violent class struggle.
How to Design the World: Working Without Solutions
Spanning Cuban music from rumba to salsa, and graphic styles from socialist realist to geometric abstraction, this volume of Cuban record cover art traces a musical form in constant revolution.
If we denounce the artist, then what becomes of the work that remains?
The #MeToo movement is overturning a cliché that has forgiven bad behaviour for years: to be creative is to be prone to eccentricity, madness, addiction and excess. No longer can artists be excused from the standards of conduct that apply to us all.
Saudi Arabia’s leading artist unlocks the complexity of the modern Middle East through his extraordinary personal and historical archives
This richly illustrated and superbly designed book explores its author’s life and work against the backdrop of 40 years of transformation and conflict across the Arabian Gulf and Islamic world.
Take care of yourself. How many times a week do we hear or say these words? If we all took the time to care for ourselves, how much stronger will we be? More importantly how much stronger will our communities be?
A powerful portrait of the greatest humanitarian emergency of our time, from the director of Human Flow
This immersive dive into the life and work of Salvador Dal unlocks the secret of this creative genius and reveals for the first time how his erotically charged paintings changed the world of modern art.
The first English-language publication of writings by the collective artist Claire Fontaine, addressing our complicity with anything that limits our freedom.
This anthology presents, in chronological order, all the texts by collective artist Claire Fontaine from 2004 to today.
A polemical analysis of the politics and economics of today's vernacular photographic cultures.
In Photography After Capitalism, Benedict Burbridge makes the case for a radically expanded conception of photography, encompassing the types of labor too often obscured by black-boxed technologies, slick platform interfaces, and the compulsion to display lives to others.
Preeminent art historian T.J. Clark explores how painters since the Middle Ages have portrayed the divine on earth.
In this latest work, now available in paperback, respected art historian T.J. Clark sets out to investigate the different ways painters have depicted the dream of God’s kingdom come: heaven descended to earth.