The Obama Portraits delves into the significance and reception of the portraits of Barack and Michelle Obama, with examinations from historians of their influence on contemporary portraiture, interviews with the artists, and more.
If fashion is your favorite art form, you need this two-volume collection exploring the industry’s “complex” relationship with Catholicism. One includes photos of objects from the Vatican; the other features fashions by John Galliano, Gianni Versace, and more.
This book of LGBTQIA+ history has been re-set and redesigned, and includes images by photographer Fred W. McDarrah along with essays by Hilton Als, Jill Johnston, and Allen Ginsberg. 100% of the proceeds of the book will be donated to the Stonewall Inn Gives Back Initiative.
Learn about the art world’s emerging talent with this book of sculptors. The names included were chosen by an “internationally renowned jury,” and the pages provide images of their work and biographies, along with insights from academics, fellow artists, and more.
Anni and Josef Albers: Equal and Unequal features never-ending inspiration. In it, there are 750 artworks, images, and documents from the couple — Anni, a textile artist and printmaker; Josef, a painter, designer, and teacher — that depict their relationships and noteworthy careers.