Anyone who will read this monograph will be much more interested in the haute joaillerie than in the very well researched and enlightening text that accompanies the jaw dropping photos of Cartier’s
For eleven years, Frank O'Hara worked a day job at the Museum of Modern Arts, writing poems during his lunch break.
Jackson Pollock was a janitor and painted a little on the side.
John Galliano states in the Foreword of Vogue: Fantasy & Fashion “you are working with the most talented people in the industry to produce excellence, to create this moment.”
“Alright, Alright, Alright is targeted at the film’s fans, who should enjoy it.
“a pocket-sized paper embrace that will encourage all readers to find hope when life upends our schemes.”
“In the new Long Island, the one yet undiscovered, the one just now being born, the boys and the girls of the future can look at this beautiful book and know that even ghost stories can hav
Leafing through any collection of Roger Ballen’s photographs is a bit like making love under a mirrored ceiling: none of it looks attractive, but it all feels terribly exciting.
It would be a safe assumption that the name Frédéric Zaavy is known only to a select few who have dedicated and immersed themselves into the art and craft of haute joallerie and gemology.
“Bill Brandt, the work, is now just beginning to enjoy its second life.”
Every photograph has two lives: the one today and the one tomorrow.
There is a great discrepancy in what awaits the reader of Chinese Contemporary Jewelry Design since what you might expect is nothing at all compared to the reality of its content.
At its heart, every major city is a collection of neighborhoods. This includes New York City. Jonathan Brand, a former census taker and ad agency copywriter, knew New York City well.
“Grazda’s images show a New York City before it erased entire neighborhoods for expensive shiny blandness.”
“Steve McCurry’s photographs speak to the human experience around the world with wit, compassion, and perspicacity blended with a brilliant photographic talent and an eye f
It is a rare occurrence when a dedicated and extremely well-informed fashionphile runs across a book about a creator that they have never heard of before.
“The little boy who dreamed of painting like Norman Rockwell ended up with his own art on the cover of The New Yorker. What could be more magical than that?
“Susan Herbert's imaginative scenes by classic artists from the 15th to the 19th centuries, accompanied by Corine Fletcher's charming feline pop-ups, will delight cat fans and culture buffs
If you are a compulsive and devoted fashionphile, there is always some little morsel of information or quote that can be found in a fashion book no matter how many books you have read about a parti
A chameleon is defined as a person who often changes his or her beliefs or behavior in order to please others or to succeed.
“unexpected treasure of a book . . .”
“Without hats there is no civilization.”
So this is the new “book” by the great singer-songwriter David Byrne, with illustrations by Maira Kalman.
The starring attraction here is supposed to be the jewelry that has been created under the watchful eye of Victoire de Castellane who has been the sole “mistress” of Dior Joaillerie since its incep
Raggin’ On: The Art of Aminah Brenda Lynn Robinson’s House and Journals may look like a book, but it is really an entire life devoted to art with which an effort to compact, to condense an
Vintage Rolex: The Largest Collection in the World is an ode, a love letter, and a paean to family tradition while also being a celebration of the longevity of the Rolex brand.
To say that Naeem Khan is a man of the cloth is an understatement and not to be confused with the usual meaning of the phrase.
This is one of those books that requires a thirst for the past glories of what life was once all about for a small-town boy who “made good” in New York City.