Keiichi Tahara describes himself as "a sculptor of light." This book is a magnificent retrospectie of the many exhibitions and outdoor installations throughout the world which have earned his art increasing recognition
Reflex is a kaleidoscope of the youth culture of modern Japan, sex-obsessed, star-struck, and violent, struggling to overcome hidebound traditions that nevertheless pervades a world encompassed by bobby sox and Sony. Alarming
Elizabeth Blackadder has been respected as a printmaker for over four decades and, during that time, has experimented with a range of diverse media including lithography, etching, aquatint, drypoint, woodcut, and screenprint.
The British artist Marc Quinn, born in 1964, came to the attention of the international art scene in 1991 with Self, a cast of his own head realized in eight pints of
Prince's upstate New York Second House makes a home, literally, for the increasingly physical work of an artist once best known for his studio photographs of magazines. The Second House documents his
In the middle of a successful academic career, art historian Janet Catherine Berlo found herself literally at a loss for words. A severe case of writer’s block forced her to abandon a
In this second "living novel" by Heather Woodbury, 50 years of New York and Los Angeles history collide in a live mix spun by Manny, a young DJ, in his dead grandmother's
Personal work of Carlos Huante with text and full-color plates of monsters and fantasy figures.
The artist best known for her New York Beautification Project--40 lozenge-shaped miniature landscapes illicitly painted on urban surfaces in public spaces around New York City from 1999 to 2001--has gone legit and
Along with his extensive activity as a sculptor over the past two decades, in which he uses materials such as glass and brick to create architectural spaces and other pieces both small
The Italian artist Medardo Rosso (1858-1928) is a key figure in the development of modern sculpture. His portraits and figure studies have long been considered sculptural equivalents to Impressionism's concern with light
One of the most uncommon women of the 20th century, Meret Oppenheim most famously created the legendary Le Dajeuner en Fourrure, her 1936 assemblage of a tea cup and a fur. But
The newly founded gallery Haunch of Venison inaugurates its opening with an exhibition by internationally acclaimed sculptor Rachel Whiteread. The exhibition and accompanying publication feature Whiteread's newest work, Untitled (Domestic), a massive
The videos whose explicit stills and transcripts are bound here explore private experience within the public sphere, covering everything from adolescent boys discussing their sexual experiences to businessmen talking about the significance