Boris Arvatov's Art & ProductionBy Celluloid Liberation Front
Boris Arvatov’s Art & Production forged a path for the Productionist avant-garde in Russia when first published in 1926, and before its author fell out of favor with the Stalinist regime.
Radical Women: Latin American Art, 1960-1985By Gillian Sneed
After the devastating results of the 2016 U.S. presidential election, many Hillary Clinton supporters may have doubted if the future really was female.
Intimate Geometries: The Art and Life of Louise BourgeoisBy Amei Wallach
In every way, Robert Storr’s biography, critical exegesis, and art historical inquiry/psychological inquest into the art and work of Louse Bourgeois is a magnum opus. More than thirty years in the making, including lengthy pauses while Storr pursued his duties as a curator at MoMA and Dean of the Yale School of the Arts, this 828-page volume with more than 1,000 illustrations is ravishing to look at.