How Sybil and David Yurman redefined the concept of 10,000 hours

Our new book Sybil and David Yurman: Artists and Jewelers describes the skill, inspiration, and hard work the artist couple put into reinventing American jewelry  

High Jewelry unique piece, pavé-set diamond Oval Link necklace, 2023. Photographed by Haw Lin. Picture credit: Photo by Haw Lin

The architecture of optimism

Glamourous, forward thinking and expressive, the buildings in Atlas of Mid-Century Masterpieces reflect an era when the world was full of hope

Hawaii State Capitol, John Carl Warnecke and Belt, Lemon & Lo, Honolulu, Hawaii, United States, 1969. Picture credit: Peter Clarke

Take a look inside the east London café that became a hit with the international fashion crowd

Chic, informal, and with a fascinating back story, Café Cecila is so much more than a neighbourhood restaurant

Café Cecilia. Photography: Matthieu Lavanchy

The hidden history of graphics

Our new book Graphic Classics features many of the unsung heroes of graphic design alongside new designers – it’s time you knew about them

Eyes on Iran, 2022, Mahvash Mostala, Hank Willis Thomas, et al. For Freedoms, Vital Voices, U.S. Image credit: Mahvash Mostala from our forthcoming book Graphic Classics

Louis Poulsen celebrates its 150th anniversary at Copenhagen's 3daysofdesign

TF Chan, author of our new book Louis Poulsen: First House of Light, is among guests at the design event

Oliver Sundqvist and Frederik Nystrup-Larsen's A Heart of Light - photo courtesy Louis Poulsen

A compelling portrait of the man behind many of the best portraits ever taken

Jonathan Becker is one of the great visual storytellers of our time, our new book Lost Time collects photographs from across his career, charting his journeys in New York, Paris, and London from the 1970s to the 2010s

A spread from the Jonathan Becker book Lost Time

The story behind David Yurman's cable bracelet

Yurman's most famous piece was the result of a simple question: Would Sybil like it?

Cable bracelet from the book Sybil and David Yurman Artists and Jewelers

Phaidon chef authors win big at The World's 50 Best Restaurants and James Beard Awards

The 2024 awards see our food book stars recognised and rewarded

Korean Cookbook author JP Park whose Atomix restaurant climbed to number 6 on the World's 50 Best Restaurants list Photo: Peter Ash Lee

The story behind Alexander Girard's wooden figures and more

Our new book, Alexander Girard: Let The Sun In, focuses on the designer's work with George Nelson, Charles & Ray Eames and other mid-century modernists

A spread from Alexander Girard: Let The Sun In

Phaidon and Sotheby’s celebrate the publication of Peter Marino’s latest book Ten Modern Houses

Artists Genesis Tramaine and Nicole Wittenberg, collectors Carol Saper and Georgina Brandolini d’Adda, and writer Bob Colacello are among guests at the New York event.

Peter Marino signing copies of Ten Modern Houses at Sotheby's photo Peter Zwolinski/BFA.com

Spring snapshot: highlights from this season’s events

Mario Sorrenti, Marc Jacobs, Martin Parr, Peter Marino and a host of special guests celebrate Phaidon books at special events

Marc Jacobs and Mario Sorrenti at the signing of Kate at Bookmarc - photo by Christos Katsiaouni

Frank Stella - 1936-2024

We pay homage to the groundbreaking artist who has died aged 88.

Frank Stella photographed by Terry Richardson

Why Mickalene Thomas is so hot right now

With a show at The Broad, countless awards, and glowing press profiles, it's all snapping into focus for one of our favourite artists.

Mickalene Thomas - photo courtesy the artist

Announcing the sixth volume of the acclaimed Andy Warhol Catalogue Raisonné

The latest volume in the series covers Warhol's paintings and sculptures from mid-1977 to 1980

The Andy Warhol Catalogue Raisonné, Volume 6: Paintings and Sculptures mid-1977–1980

The story behind Andy Warhol's Heart paintings

Our new Catalogue Raisonné traces the enormously inventive period of Warhol’s career from mid-1977 to 1980 - his heart paintings are among the many works forensically documented

Andy Warhol. Human Heart, mid-1979. Acrylic and silkscreen ink on linen. 22 x 22 inches (55.9 x 55.9 cm). Artwork © The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Inc., New York. Image courtesy: The Andy Warhol Museum, Pittsburgh, PA. Photo by Richard Stoner

The story behind Andy Warhol's Liza Minnelli portraits

Our new Catalogue Raisonné traces the enormously inventive period of Warhol’s career from mid-1977 to 1980 - his portraits of Liza Minnelli are among the works examined

Andy Warhol. Liza Minnelli, February–April 1978. Acrylic and silkscreen ink on linen. 40 x 40 inches (101.6 x 101.6 cm). Artwork © The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Inc., New York.  Photo by Jordan Tinker

The story behind Andy Warhol's BMW Art Car

Our new Catalogue Raisonné traces the enormously inventive period of Warhol’s career from mid-1977 to 1980 - Andy's Art Car is just one of the many works discussed

Andy Warhol painting BMW M1, Hebertshausen, May 17, 1979. Colour photograph. Photo by Jean-Marie Bottequin, courtesy BMW Group Classic

Sam Lubell and Greg Goldin tell you about their new book the Atlas of Never Built Architecture

Museums, art galleries, cemeteries, churches, bridges, skyscrapers, hotels, casinos, opera houses, and even a theatre boat that looks a bit like a UFO - imagine how different our world might have looked

Dubai Opera House, Zaha Hadid, Dubai, United Arab Emirates, 2007. Picture credit: Courtesy of Zaha Hadid Architects

Faith Ringgold 1930 - 2024

We remember the artist who has died aged 93

Faith Ringgold Courtesy ACA Galleries, NY

The Tulip Garden author Polly Nicholson on the colours, the culture, and the rare bulb that costs more than a house

Nicholson started cultivating tulips15 years ago, and now has the largest collection of historic tulips in the UK. We asked her about her fascinating journey

Polly Nicholson picking tulips in the flower field. Photography by Andrew Montgomery Seen here are the red-and-yellow Tulipa ‘Flaming Parrot’ and pinkish ‘Apricot Parrot’. Bayntun Flowers, Wiltshire, UK

Phaidon authors introduced their books at events in the US and Europe

Massimo Bottura, Dr. Todd Boyd, Linda Evangelista, and Magnus Resch presented their beautiful books in Paris, New York, and Los Angeles.

Linda Evangelista at Saint Laurent Babylone Photo credit: Saskia Lawaks

Diane von Furstenberg teams up with Target

The fashion legend and Own It author creates annual spring limited time offer

Diane von Furstenberg phtographed by Jesse Frohman

Martin Parr talks tells us about Fashion Faux Parr

Vogue, Gucci, (no Fiorucci) - the photographer's new book captures 30 years of his fashion photography

Cannes, France, 2018. Commissioned by Gucci. © Martin Parr

Duccio Malagamba on how he photographs Álvaro Siza buildings

The acclaimed architectural photographer tells us about new book Before / After

Duccio Malagamba. Portrait by Álvaro Siza. courtesy Duccio Malagamba

Thinking of buying art? Buy this book first!

How To Collect Art by Magnus Resch redefines how to buy art in the 21st century - for beginner and battle-scarred collector alike

Magnus Resch photo courtesy the author

Meet the artists making text-based art a thing

Our new book Vitamin Txt: Words in Contemporary Art features over a hundred artists working across the globe in a medium that’s way older than you think

Michele Pred, We Won’t Go Back, 2022. Vintage purse with electroluminescent wire. 12 × 11 × 4 in. (30.5 × 27.9 × 10.2 cm). Artwork © and courtesy the artist / courtesy Nancy Hoffman Gallery.

Tattoo You introduces the artists turning the body into an art gallery

Almost a third of Americans and a quarter of Brits have a tattoo - our new book celebrates the artists who turned a subculture into popular culture

Moko Smith, Auckland, Aotearoa, New Zealand. Image courtesy the artist  / Vanessa Green

Want to start buying art? Then you really need this book

Magnus Resch has sought the advice of collectors, gallery owners, critics, and curators for his new book How to Collect Art

Magnus Resch - photograph courtesy Magnus Resch

How Turner Duckworth created the Amazon 'smile' logo

Our new book I Love It What Is It lays bare the fascinating stories behind the brilliant branding done by the design company

A Smile from A to Z, essay by Joanne Chan, Chief Executive Officer, Turner Duckworth, with Designer Anthony Biles. Picture credit: © 1999 Amazon.com, Inc.

Rapper's Deluxe tells the story of hip hop in a way that’s never been done before

Our new book traces the cultural movement from its humble underground origins through to its influence on the worlds of art, fashion, film, media, and more

Rolling Partners, Downtown Brooklyn, NY, 1982, photographer Jamel Shabazz

Cerith Wyn Evans releases new Phaidon, Artspace, & White Cube edition

The acclaimed artist says his new print edition is “a threshold of sorts, where ambiguity is encouraged.”

Cerith Wyn Evans - Untitled, 2023

Nick Waplington tells us how he got this photograph which is now a Phaidon limited edition

Untitled (Superman and Rabbit), 1989 (2023) was part of the esteemed photographer's highly acclaimed Living Room project

Nick Waplington - Untitled (Superman and Rabbit), 1989 (2023)

Elliott Erwitt 1928 - 2023

The legendary Magnum photographer has died in New York, aged 95

Provence, 1955 - Limited edition print accompanying the Elliott Erwitt book Snaps - © Elliott Erwitt / Magnum Photos

Dana Schutz launches new Phaidon & Artspace edition, Line Painter, 2023

'The subject for this etching came from a feeling that I had on the walk to the studio - a kind of awareness of the outside and inside.'

Dana Schutz - Line Painter, 2023 - photography Garrett Carroll

How Massimo Bottura’s mother made her presence known at Casa Maria Luigia

Massimo and Lara Gilmore talk about Slow Food, Fast Cars, how Massimo's mother inspired his latest venture, that time he proposed to Lara over the phone, and why you should never lose faith

Massimo Bottura photographed by Ian Macaulay

Phaidon's My Art Books are selected as one of Oprah’s Favorite Things 2023

The well-loved children's books are a must-have holiday gift on OprahDaily.com

My Art Books

Our Game Changers co-author on how gaming changed his life (and maybe yours too)

Simon Parkin on the designers changing video games, the most addictive game ever, and why we need to preserve them before they disappear

Manifold Garden, 2019, USA, developed and published by William Chyr Studio. Picture credit: William Chyr Studio LLC

Latin American Artists and Money

Trace artists’ depiction of capitalism’s course through Latin America via our new book

Jac Leirner, Matemática Estranha (Strange Math), 2017. Picture credit: Courtesy the artist and Fortes D’Aloia & Gabriel. Photo: Eduardo Ortega metal, plastic, and wood, 78 3/4 × 98 3/8 in. (200 × 250 cm), private collection.Born 1961, São Paulo, Brazil. Lives São Paulo

Cerith Wyn Evans on Art, Life, & Everything In Between

A tour of the Tate archive at the age of 12 proved revelatory for the Welsh contemporary artist who went on to forge a life of conceptual art brilliance

Cerith Wyn Evans. Photo: Ali Janka

Latin American Artists and Sexuality

The triumphs and troubles of Latin LGBTQIA+ artists are among the many insights in our latest groundbreaking art survey

 Bárbara Wagner and Benjamin de Burca, Swinguerra, 2019. Picture credit: Courtesy the artists and Fortes D’Aloia & Gabriel  2-channel video, color, sound, 21 mins 16 secs, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston, Massachusetts, USA. Born 1980, Brasília, Brazil. Born 1975, Munich, Germany. Live Recife, Pernambuco, Brazil.

Phaidon celebrates its 100th anniversary at Christie's, London

Tracey Emin, Harland Miller, Martin Parr, Gavin Turk, John Pawson, and David Dawson were among the guests

Melanie Grant, Deb Aaronson, Harland Miller, David Dawson, James Booth-Clibborn, Martin Parr, Keith Fox, Leonie Gombrich, and John Pawson

Latin American Artists and Power

Our new art survey includes many works and artists grappling with the region’s varied politics

Sandra Eleta, Edita (la del plumero) Panamá (Edita (The One with the Feather Duster) Panama), 1978–80, from the series La servidumbre (Servitude), 1975–89. Picture credit: Courtesy the artist black and white photograph, 19 × 19 in. (48.3 × 48.3 cm). Born 1942, Panama City, Panama. Lives Portobelo, Colón, Panama

Shoes! Shows! Suits! Thom Browne on designing for the future - after 20 years in business

Thom Browne hosted a VIP dinner in London last week, attended by Janet Jackson and Nick Knight – but before that there was a very special book talk at the V&A

Thom Browne and Charlie Porter in conversation at The V&A - photograph Matthew Foley (Thom Browne Inc)

Michael Raedecker releases very limited embroidered edition

The 10 unique prints feature glitter, thread, and acrylic on canvas

Michael Raedecker - day at night, 2023

Latin American Artists and Religion

Understand how different faiths have been interpreted in the vibrant arts of this region

Djanira, Festa do Divino em Parati (Feast of the Divine in Paraty), 1962. Picture credit: AGB Photo Library / Alamy Stock Photo oil on canvas, dimensions unknown, Palácio dos Bandeirantes, São Paulo, Brazil.

Latin American Artists and Race

Our new book traces the racial mix and more through artists’ eyes in this vibrant, culturally diverse continent

Dalton Paula, Chica da Silva, 2020. Picture credit: Courtesy Alexander and Bonin, New York. Photo: Joerg Lohse. Oil and gold leaf on canvas in 2 parts, 24 × 17 3/4 × 1 1/2 in. (61 × 45 × 4 cm).

Anna Nyburg on the early days of Phaidon, 100 years ago

The author of our Émigrés book talks about Phaidon's formation in Vienna, the challenges it faced, and how it became the biggest arts publisher in the world

Émigrés

Junghyun Park on K-Food, success, and the best recipe for a hangover

We talk to America's best chef and The Korean Cookbook co-author and food historian Jungyoon Choi

Junghyun Park. Photo: Peter Ash Lee

Amanda Schuster tells you everything you need to know about Signature Cocktails

The cocktail trends taking place in a bar near you, the one cocktail anybody can make and how Mick Jagger reinvented the Tequila Sunrise are all revealed in this fascinating interview

Signature Cocktails author Amanda Schuster photographed by Gabi Porter

Jason Hammel on the early inspirational days of Lula Cafe

Our interview with the chef and founder of America's favourite cafe sees him reflect on 20-hour days, marriage proposals, celebrity guests, and more

Jason Hammel, Lula Cafe. Photography: Carolina Rodriguez

Linda Evangelista on her new Steven Meisel edition, playing Pink Floyd songs on the accordion, and why youth is not sustainable - but beauty is

Her whirlwind visit to London culminated in an open-hearted and often funny talk with Tim Blanks at FANE. Here are some of the highlights.

Linda Evangelista after being interviewed by Tim Blanks for FANE at Cadogan Hall - photo courtesy FANE

Steven Meisel honours his long-lasting collaboration with Linda Evangelista with the release of a limited edition photographic print

Phaidon is proud to present a new limited-edition photographic print by Steven Meisel to celebrate the release of the book Linda Evangelista Photographed by Steven Meisel

 Steven Meisel: Linda Evangelista, Paris, 1990 (2023)

Phaidon celebrates its 100th anniversary at Christie's, New York

Linda Evangelista, Rashid Johnson, Grace Coddington, Thom Browne and Madison Cox were among the guests

Rashid Johnson and Linda Evangelista at the 100 Years of Creativity: A Century of Bookmaking at Phaidon launch party - photo by Rommel Demano/BFA.com

Ezra Petronio’s constellation of cultural icons caught on Polaroid

25 years of breath taking imagery are celebrated in Visual Thinking & Image Making, the new book by the creative visionary

Some of Ezra Petronio's Polaroid portraits, featured in Visual Thinking & Image Making

How Ronan Bouroullec inspires himself Day After Day

The Paris designer has been drawing and photographing anything and everything every day for the last ten years. Now you can see the results

Ronan Bouroullec photographed by Inga Sempé

10 Reasons why Now Is Better

Stefan Sagmeister's new book gives us reasons to be cheerful

Now Is Better author Stefan Sagmeister photographed by James Braund

A micro guide to Maximalism

Loud, and louche, chaotic and colorful, but imbued with personality and passion, our new book is as much about attitude as it is about style  

Jonathan Adler and Simon Doonan's Apartment, Bedroom, New York City, New York, USA, 2018. Picture credit: Manolo Yllera/Photofoyer

Phaidon's Interiors 100

Phaidon's ever expanding interiors list is the latest success in our 100 year history

Some of Phaidon's Interiors 100 books

Phaidon's Better Living 100

Smart advice on partying, gifting, and eating well, self-help for home and office life, alongside pithy words of artistic wisdom, (and you thought we just did ‘coffee table’ books!)

Some of Phaidon's Better Living 100 books

Mandy El-Sayegh - Why I Make Collage

'The cuts have already been made by life. I, as an agent of reassembly, am just selecting those cut things,' says the London-based artist featured in Vitamin C+

Mandy El-Sayegh in her studio - photograph by Abtin Eshraghi, courtesy the artist

Michael Raedecker on Art, Life, & Everything In Between

The absence of human presence in this Dutch artist’s woven paintings invite us to contemplate architecture as a mental or emotional space

Michael Raedecker January 2022 - photograph by Damian Griffiths - Courtesy GRIMM

Phaidon's Architecture 100

Minimalists, maximalists, brutalists and postmodernists - Phaidon’s architecture list was rebuilt in recent years to become the best looking on the block

Some of Phaidon's Architecture 100 books

Phaidon's Photography 100

Fashion, fine art, underwater worlds and the human experience - our photography list captures the decisive moment in a flash

Some books from Phaidon's Photography 100

Phaidon's Fashion & Pop Culture 100

How couture, culture and creativity got a well-considered makeover on our publishing list

Some of the Phaidon 100 Fashion & Pop Culture books

Look inside Craig's closet at the NYC AIDS Memorial Park

A new Jim Hodges installation recognises the resilience and courage of those who've lost loved ones

Jim Hodges, Craig's closet, 2023, Granite and bronze, 90 x 57 x 28 ½ inches (228.6 x 144.8 x 72.4 cm)
Installation view: New York City AIDS Memorial Park; Presented by the New York City AIDS Memorial, June 9, 2023-May 31, 2024 © Jim Hodges, Courtesy of the artist and Gladstone Gallery
. Photography by Daniel Greer.

Phaidon's Food 100

The food and drinks books we’ve chosen to celebrate 100 years of creativity are the epitome of good taste

Some of Phaidon's Food 100 books

Gaetano Pesce on Art, Life, & Everything In Between

For this Italian artist, designer, and architect, right angles are wrong angles; his charming works challenge the monotony of modernity

Gaetano Pesce in his studio. Image courtesy of the artist and Salon 94 Design. © Gaetano Pesce, Photo Josh Itiola

Phaidon's Design 100

The best designs in the world deserve the best-designed books in the world. Here are just a few of them

Some of Phaidon's Design 100 books

Phaidon's Kids 100

Encouraging creativity for your generation and the next

Some of the Phaidon Kids 100 books

Phaidon's Art 100

Tracing the golden line of Phaidon art books from 1923 to 2023

Some of the Phaidon 100 Art books

Georgie Hopton - Why I Make Collage

The Vitamin C+ featured artist tells us how with collage, accidents rarely seem like failures

Georgie Hopton in her studio

Phaidon's Garden 100

Planted in fertile soil, Phaidon's garden books quickly came into bloom

Some of Phaidon's Garden 100 books

The Reunion: Jeremy Chan and David Thulstrup

Both have Phaidon books right now, and earlier this week they told us the story behind their latest project together - the new Ikoyi restaurant

Jeremy Chan and David Thulstrup at Ikoyi, London May 24, 2023

Arturo Herrera - Why I Make Collage

The Caracas-born, Berlin-based artist tells us about his 'ready-made, contaminated modernist' artworks

Arturo Herrera in his studio

Eva Stenram - Why I Make Collage

The Vitamin C+ featured artist works with computers and scanners to create folds in space and time

Eva Stenram

Lucas Blalock - Why I Make Collage

The Vitamin C+ featured artist's collaged compositions exist in an ever-shifting middle ground between abstract and figurative

Lucas Blalock in his studio © Lucas Blalock

Thomas Hirschhorn - Why I Make Collage

The Vitamin C+ featured artist explains how he wants to create a new world within our existing one

Thomas Hirschhorn at the Robert Walser-Sculpture, Biel/Bienne, 2019. Photo by Enrique Muñoz García.

John Stezaker - Why I Make Collage

The Vitamin C+ featured legend on why collage is like a card game, early inspirations, and discovering his first collage among his mother's personal effects

John Stezaker photographed by Becky Beasley

Some things we learned from Chefwise

From dishwashers to hangovers, parental influence to social media overload, our new book of famous chefs’ advice tells you all the stuff they don’t teach you in culinary school

Chefwise

Why you shouldn’t call Ikoyi an African restaurant

Jeremy Chan may draw on the culinary traditions of West Africa, but his culinary influences are as mixed and spicy as a bowl of jollof rice

In the kitchen at Ikoyi Photo: Maureen Evans

Rashaad Newsome - Why I Make Collage

The Vitamin C+ featured artist talks immediacy, accessibility and the Black American experience

Rashaad Newsome photographed by Alex John Beck

How a deep sense of humanity gave Manoella ‘Manu’ Buffara her culinary edge 

A love of both food and people has enabled this chef to create a world-beating restaurant in her Brazilian hometown

Manoella Buffara in the Ribeira Valley. Photography by Jimena Agois

Nancy Singleton Hachisu’s intercontinental journey to culinary enlightenment

Discover how this Californian author found quiet in Japanese vegetarian cookery

Landscape photography by Aya Brackett from Japan: The Vegetarian Cookbook

A book in the metaverse

On the eve of the publication of INTERNET_ART, the book’s author, Dr. Omar Kholeif aka the avatar of Dr. O, reflects on how books are the recurring constant in and of the metaverse

Dr. Omar Kholeif - photo courtesy artPost21

Simon Moretti - Why I Make Collage

'Collage allows us to quickly place things together and communicate a hidden message from the unconscious,' says the London-based artist featured in Vitamin C+

Simon Moretti photographed by Paul Heber-Percy © Simon Moretti

This author’s new cookbook also tells the story of her life

Writer and chef Petty Pandean-Elliott’s own culinary and cultural experience run through the pages of The Indonesian Table

Petty Pandean-Elliott photo courtesy the author

Because the Internet, I Stream Music

Dr. Omar Kholeif, aka the avatar of Dr. O, debates the impact of the internet on music, and the artists who’ve pushed boundaries online

Dr. Omar Kholeif photographed by Reem Sawan for BLAKE GALLACHER

Zen and the art of Japanese vegetarianism

In Japan: The Vegetarian Cookbook, author Nancy Singleton Hachisu traces the lineage of plant-based cookery from monasteries to the mainstream

Tofu Cake. Photography: Aya Brackett

At Manu you’ll never eat the same meal twice

In her new book, patron chef Manoella ‘Manu’ Buffara reveals how moments of change (and years of preparation) feed into her singular Brazilian restaurant

A table at Manu. Photography by Helena Peixoto

In The Indonesian Table, a nation is united in its diversity

Author and chef Petty Pandean-Elliott describes how a land of 17,000 islands and 700 languages offers near-limitless culinary variety

Jakartan Chicken Noodles. Photography Yuki Sugiura

Take a foodie trip through Southern Brazil, with Manoella ‘Manu’ Buffara  

Latin America’s Best Female Chef's new book serves as a gastronomic travel guide to this remarkable corner of the world

Manoella ‘Manu’ Buffara and team members preparing for dinner service. Photography by Helena Peixoto

Piet Oudolf on new perennials, tricky commissions, and the gardens that have given him the most pleasure over the years

In the final part of our interview with the Dutch garden designer he talks about his first commission in the UK and the gardens he's planting in Chicago and Philadelphia at this moment

Museo Chillida Leku, Hernani, Spain, 2019. Picture credit: Photo © David Jiménez

Piet Oudolf on climate change, working with starchitects, and his increasingly complex planting schemes

In the second part of our interview with the Dutch garden artist he talks about working with Peter Zumthor, how climate change does and doesn’t affect his planting, and the most important part of his job (it’s not what you think it is)

Maximilian Park, Hamm, Germany, 2011 (original plantings) - 2018 (long border added). Picture credit: courtesy and © Piet Oudolf

'I want INTERNET_ART to sit alongside Phaidon's The Story of Art in 50 years’ time and still have resonance as a historical document'

In the final part of our interview with curator and writer Dr. Omar Kholeif they take us through the world of NFTs and Blockchain technology, and give us an insight into what the future will be for contemporary culture in the internet age

Dr. Omar Kholeif photographed by Reem Sawan for BLAKE GALLACHER

Garden star Piet Oudolf tells us about 'seasonal emotionalism', how to coax 36,000 plants into life, and why you shouldn’t call him an artist (although he definitely is)

In the first part of our interview with the Dutch garden design legend he describes his incredible journey from selling Christmas trees to receiving international gallery commissions, all of which bloom brightly in his new Phaidon book

Piet Oudolf at Work

Who shapes digital culture, and how?

'I programmed myself to collaborate with code, templates and machines’ says Dr. Omar Kholeif, author of INTERNET_ART, as they outline the key drivers of our digital multiverse

Photo by Reem Sawan, courtesy BLAKE GALLACHER

Dr. Omar Kholeif’s Crystal Ball Drop

Omar Kholeif speaks to Phaidon.com through their avatar, Dr. O, giving the low-down on everything from content creation to NFTs

Dr. Omar Kholeif photographed by Reem Sawan for BLAKE GALLACHER

Who are the pioneers of internet art? Here's Dr. Omar Kholeif to tell you

The author of our new book INTERNET_ART takes readers on a journey through networked culture

Dr. Omar Kholeif photographed by Reem Sawan for BLAKE GALLACHER

Dr. Omar Kholeif: ‘I wrote pretty much every chapter of INTERNET_ART by hand - using a fountain pen!’

How a standing desk, a Rachmaninoff concerto, and the motivation of a film producer friend helped Omar Kholeif create the defining book on visual networked culture

Dr. Omar Kholeif photographed by Reem Sawan for BLAKE GALLACHER

Meet Dr. Omar Kholeif – the person spearheading the conversation on art and digital culture

In the first part of our interview with the author of INTERNET_ART we learn how the curator has defined networked culture over the last 30 years in their own, highly personal, way

Dr. Omar Kholeif