From stainless-steel rabits to cut-up comic figures, Jeff Koons has created a visual universe as accessible as it is esoteric, as innocent as it is erotic, as historic as it is here and now. This introduction offers the complete Koons at a glance with lan
Meet Rembrandt van Rijn, the Dutch master artist whose unique eye for people and situations created some of the most famous portraits and historical, religious, and mythological scenes in the world. In this book, we tour Rembrandt’s key paintings, etching
This thrilling collection documents Kravitz’s world tours, offering a rare record of the nomadic musical life Flash signals an exciting new chapter in the annals of rock photography A must-have for fans of Lenny Kravitzand all those fascinated by the worl
Pieter Hugo has garnered critical acclaim for his series of portraits and landscapes, each of which explore a facet of his native South Africa and neighboring African countries, including the film sets of Nigeria’s Nollywood, toxic garbage dumps in Ghana,
The definition of the Baroque age, meaning the set of complex cultural and artistic expressions that developed in Europe during the 17th century, is still subject to debate among critics and historians.
Legendary American adman and image-maker, George Lois was a leader of the 1960s Creative Revolution and the mastermind behind an astonishing array of witty and audacious advertising and branding campaigns, political spots, public service announcements, an