Nazraeli Press presents Harold Feinstein. A Retrospective

Harold Feinstein, A Retrospective, is the first career-spanning monograph showcasing the brilliance of a small camera master of black-and-white photography. Feinstein began his career in photography in 1946. Within four short years, Edward Steichen, an early supporter, had purchased his work for the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern […]

TATE ETC magazine for iPad

Read TATE ETC. magazine on your iPad, bringing you the best content from the magazine plus video extras and new imagery. Watch Alec Finlay talking about Little Sparta; the Scottish garden created by his father, artist, poet and sculptor Ian Hamilton Finlay; or model and singer Karen Elson on Pre-Raphaelite […]

frieze issue 151 published

frieze issue 151 looks at the year in review, examines the art of the essay and pays a visit to Amsterdam. In Review: As 2012 draws to a close, frieze invites a number of writers and curators from around the world to reflect on the year in art. Featuring: Daniel […]

November 2012 Edition of Artforum Published

This month in Artforum: · Before meeting his match in Peter Fischli, Swiss artist David Weiss, who passed away this past spring, was a musician, photographer, designer, world traveler, and talented draftsman. For this issue’s cover feature, Fischli selects a portfolio of Weiss’s works—including several never-before-published early drawings—accompanied by an […]

Issue 16 of PALAIS published

Following the development of an artist’s thought, witnessing the circumstances of his/her creativity, discerning the interval separating an idea from its execution… Closely following the creative process, issue 16 of PALAIS is given over to the artists’ own words, presented in a variety of formats, echoing the exhibition program of […]

Buller’s Birds Brought Back to Life in new book

A complete, all-new edition of the classic 19th century ornithological paintings of John Gerrard Keulemans launches at Te Papa this month. Hand-coloured prints by Keulemans were first published in 1873 in the first edition of Walter Buller’s iconic book, known colloquially as ‘Buller’s Birds’. Aside from a limited edition released […]

Afterall issue 31 Published

Afterall presents issue 31, Autumn/Winter 2012, which looks at forms of migration: from the political agency of migrating subjects to queer assaults on static definitions of identity. Focusing in particular on the shifting political geography of former Eastern Europe and Central Asia, we also look at how constructs such as […]