The Interiors Monologues - Penny Drue Baird

The greatest designers of the century talk about Interiors: The Greatest Rooms of the Century

Private Residence, Long Island - Penny Drue Baird. As featured in Interiors: The Greatest Living Rooms of the Century

Want a mid-century Richard Neutra classic of your own?

Furniture and kit house company Kettal are offering two new structures based on his classic VDL House

The Kettal VDL Pavilion. Image courtesy of Kettal

Meet Paul the Inuit elder - one of Jeremy Charles’s Wild Bunch

In his new book, the Newfoundland chef celebrates his best ingredient: his characterful suppliers and friends

Paul Jararuse from Wildness by Jeremy Charles. Photograph by John Cullen

Charles and Ray Eames’s positive cosmic vibes

On the anniversary of Charles's birth here's how their Powers of Ten film helped change our view of a scary universe

A film still from Powers of Ten (1977) by Charles and Ray Eames, as featured in Sun and Moon

Phaidon Introductions: Sam Lubell on houses and homes

The influential architectural writer looks at how domestic designs have changed to match our aspirations

Edgeland House, 2012, Austin, Texas, USA, Bercy Chen Studio. Photo by Paul Bardagjy

Martin Parr's Flag Day Stars and Stripes

The British photographer has a keen eye for how people around the world weave nationalism into their identity

US Open, New York, USA, 2017, by Martin Parr

Meet Brian the Hunter - one of Jeremy Charles’s Wild Bunch

In his new book, the Newfoundland chef celebrates his best ingredient: his skilled, characterful suppliers

Brian Dalton, as featured in Wildness. All photographs by John Cullen

The sexy, deathly gaze of Egon Schiele

30,000 Years of Art looks at the Freudian impulses in the great 20th century Viennese artist - born today in 1890

Self-portrait with Chinese Lanterns (1912) by Egon Schiele. As reproduced in 30,000 Years of Art

The Interiors Monologues - Martin Brudnizki

The greatest designers of the century talk about Interiors: The Greatest Rooms of the Century

Brudnizki Residence London, UK. Designed by Martin Brudnizki and featured in Interiors: The Greatest Rooms of the Century

Marc Jacobs on Pride, married life (and skin care)

'Accept me for who I am, how I am, what I am, who I love,' the New York fashion designer says

Marc Jacobs. Photograph by Peter Lindbergh

The Rocket Man of Sun and Moon

5 things to know about Saturn V’s Wernher von Braun - the man who helped America win the space race

Wernher von Braun in front of F-1 engines for the first stage of a Saturn V rocket, US Space and Rocket Center, Huntsville, Alabama, 1959. As reproduced in Sun and Moon

Daan Roosegaarde's bike path follows Van Gogh's route

Take a look at another incredibly cool Daan Roosegarde project from our new book with the Dutch genius

Annie Leibovitz opens up her archive for Hauser & Wirth

Photographer says she's happy to have found an artworld home alongside Paul McCarthy and Mark Bradford

Driving Series, 1970-1984 (2019), © Annie Leibovitz; courtesy of the artist and Hauser & Wirth; Photo: Genevieve Hanson

The Interiors Monologues - Ashley Hicks

The greatest designers of the century talk about Interiors: The Greatest Rooms of the Century

Ashley Hicks's home in the Albany, Piccadilly London. Designed by Ashley Hicks - as featured in Interiors: the Greatest Rooms of the Century

Meet Lori the Forager - one of Jeremy Charles’s Wild Bunch

In his new book, the Newfoundland chef celebrates his best ingredient: his skilled, characterful suppliers

Forager Lori McCarthy, from Wildness by Jeremy Charles. Photograph by John Cullen

Matt Johnson turns our book into art in Basel

30,000 Years of Art takes its own place in art history in the American sculptor's new work - on show at Art Basel

Untitled (Sunbather) (2019) by Matt Johnson. Image courtesy the artist and Blum & Poe

The Interiors Monologues - David Netto

The greatest designers of the century talk about Interiors: The Greatest Rooms of the Century

Netto Residence, Silver Lake, Los Angeles. As featured in Interiors: The Greatest Rooms of the Century

Meet Jerry the Bayman - one of Jeremy Charles’s Wild Bunch

In his new book, the Newfoundland chef celebrates his best ingredient: his skilled, characterful suppliers

Bayman Jerry Hussey, as featured in Wildness: An Ode to Newfoundland and Labrador by Jeremy Charles

The true meaning of Las Meninas by Velázquez

On the anniversary of Velázquez’s birth, we look at the composition and techniques used in his most famous painting

La Meninas (1656) by Diego Velázquez. As reproduced in 30,000 Years of Art and The Story of Art

When Robert Capa shot D-Day

The Magnum founder recalled being among the first of the Allied forces landing in Normandy, 75 years ago today

The first wave of American troops landing on D-Day,Omaha Beach, Normandy Coast, France, 6 June 1944 by Robert Capa. As reproduced in our Robert Capa book and in Magnum Stories

A huge cache of Ellsworth Kelly works is headed for Austin

76 works, including pieces produced in France in the ‘40s, have been donated to the University of Texas

Ellsworth Kelly’s “Romanesque Series,” 1973–76, which were gifted to the Blanton by the artist. Photo: Ellsworth Kelly Foundation

The Interiors Monologues - Veere Grenney

The greatest designers of the century talk about Interiors: The Greatest Rooms of the Century

The Temple, Veere Grenney, drawing room, Stoke-by-Nayland, Suffolk, UK completed 1985

Daan Roosegaarde's Smog Free Towers made dogs' tails wag

On World Environment Day 2019 a story to both warm the heart ... and give cause for concern

Smog Free Tower, 2015–present, aluminium, patented positive ionization technology, 700 x Ø 250 cm, installation view at Vierhavensstraat 52, Rotterdam, 2015. Artwork © Daan Roosegaarde

Which bit of sporting equipment inspired this classic?

Our new Herman Miller book uncovers the story behind Charles and Ray Eames's 670 chair and 671 ottoman

670 chair and 671 ottoman within the Eames House, photographed by Charles and Ray Eames, c. 1956. As reproduced in our new Herman Miller book

NYC’s influencers love Breakfast: The Cookbook

Editors, journalists and Instagrammers joined author Emily Elyse Miller and helped her book reach 1.5m viewers

Phaidon's Emily Elyse Miller at the launch of Breakfast: The Cookbook in New York. All photographs courtesy of Chameleon Cold Brew/Lydia Lee.

The astronaut who didn’t want his spacewalk to end

Our book Sun and Moon looks back at Ed White, the first American to spacewalk, on this day 3 June, in 1965

Ed White's Space Walk, 3 June, 1965. Image courtesy of NASA

Grace tells Marc how he helped her beat a 'fashion nightmare'

The Vogue creative director recalls the designer's grunge collection and how it finished off '80s power dressing

Grace Coddington and Marc Jacobs at last Friday's Times Talk

Daan Roosegaarde turned a dancefloor into a power plant...

...and the dancers made him rethink his art in the process!

Sustainable Dancefloor (2008) by Daan Roosegaarde

The Interiors Monologues - Sasha Bikoff

The greatest designers of the century talk about Interiors: The Greatest Rooms of the Century

Garden State Revival House, Newark, New Jersey by Sasha Bikoff for Ed Schoenfeld and Elisa Herr. As featured in Interiors: The Greatest Rooms of the Century

How Stuart Franklin took his Tank Man photograph

On the 30th anniversary of Tiananmen Square, the photographer tells the story behind his iconic image

Tank Man, Tiananmen Square, Beijing, China, 1989 by Stuart Franklin

New Harland Miller show draws on mid-century American art

Look out for shades of Rothko and Jasper Johns in his new series of book cover paintings in Hong Kong

Harland Miller, 2019, courtesy White Cube. Photo by Ollie Hammick

Theaster Gates puts a Hammond organ in his new show

The artist sees shared beauty and culture in the classic instrument and some accompanying ceramics

 Theaster Gates, Sound Cube, 2019 © Theaster Gates. Photo © White Cube (Ollie Hammick)

Seriously, do the Contra guys have their own ceramicist?

Well, sort of. Their restaurants definitely like one brilliant New York ceramic studio in particular. . .

Carrot, Uni, Genmaicha, from A Very Serious Cookbook. Photography by Matty Yangwoo Kim. All ceramics by Noble Plateware

JR faces down European racism

The artist’s Inside Out Project teams up with a Belgian anti-racism group to help fight intolerance

The Inside Out Project x 50 Shades of Racism, in Brussels, Belgium. Images courtesy of JR's Instagram

Are Herman Miller’s posters as enduring as its chairs?

MoMA and the Smithsonian seem to think so. Here’s the story behind the company’s poppy summer picnic graphics

The 1970 poster for Herman Miller's summer picnic, by Steve Frykholm, as reproduced in Herman Miller: A Way of Living

The eclipse that proved Einstein was right - 100 years ago

Shifting of starlight around the sun – seen 100 years ago today – proved our universe wasn't stable

The 29 May 1919 solar eclipse, as shown in the report of Sir Arthur Eddington on the expedition to verify Albert Einstein's prediction of the bending of light around the sun. Image courtesy of Wikimedia Commons

'Don’t shoot!' Trevor Paglen's impassioned plea to the NSA

The artist recalls the time he took a 'perfectly legal' photography flight over the institution's Maryland headquarters

Trevor Paglen. Image courtesy of the John D. & Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation

Marc and Grace find the perfect outfit for their NYC signings

Fans came to meet the authors, but stayed to pick up t-shirts, sweatshirts and sticker packs themed around our book

Marc Jacobs and Grace Coddington at their New York signing. Photograph by Jim Shi, courtesy of his Instagram @jshi809

Jane Hornby's Simple & Classic dish for National Burger Day

These chimichurri-style burgers from Simple & Classic add a Latin American twist to the bun and patty combo

Chimichurri-style burgers by Jane Hornby from Simple & Classic. Photography by Liz and Max Haarala Hamilton

The Palm Springs home that gave us desert modernism

Albert Frey helped bring modernism to the Californian desert. Can you tell from his perfectly appointed lounge?

Albert Frey (designer and client) Frey House II, living room, Palm Springs, CA, USA, completed 1964. Photo  by Darren Bradley

MATCHESFASHION.COM Blooms for Chelsea Flower Show

The fashion retailer hosted some of the world’s best floral designers for the launch of our new book Blooms

London partygoers inspect our new book Blooms beside Scarlet & Violet's display at 5 Carlos Place, London

Try this easy BBQ hack for Memorial Day

Want to cook with the kids but don’t want them around hot coals? Try this slow-cooker shoulder of pork recipe

Slow-cooker pork shoulder, from United Tastes of America

Paris loves the Putnams

Darroch and Mikey shared their floral artistry with the clientele of the Parisian ceramics boutique Astier de Villatte

Mikey and Darroch Putnam at  Astier de Villatte in Paris

Phaidon books win at D&AD!

Lucian Freud and Japan: The Cookbook pick up prizes at the global design awards alongside Nike and the NY Times

Japan: The Cookbook, a winning book at last night's D&AD awards

Seriously, have the Contra chefs just launched a podcast?

Jeremiah Stone and Fabian Von Hauske talk food, wine, and ‘other nonsense’ with fellow industry insiders

Fabian von Hauske and Jeremiah Stone; image courtesy of their podcast Istagram @elfabandjerryshow

Enrique Olvera really loves small producers!

These illustrations for Olvera's Pujol restaurant, by Diego Martínez, show the chef is on the little guy's side

Maize in Pujol's new illustrations, by Diego Martínez. All illustrations courtesy of the artist

A birthday song for Martin Parr

In his humorous tribute, John Shuttleworth wonders when the Magnum photographer will start taking ‘proper’ pictures

Martin Parr, online dating profile picture, Hey Saturday, London, England, 2016. From Only Human:  Photographs by Martin Parr

The Putnams hit the Chelsea Flower Show

Darroch and Michael take in Britain’s most prestigious horticultural show on their mini Euro tour

Darroch and Mickey Putnam at the Chelsea Flower Show, London, May 2019. Image courtesy of Putnam & Putnam's Instagram

Phaidon introductions: Carolina Irving on good and bad taste

The Interiors writer and textile company founder talks about falling foul of 'the chic police'

Carolina Irving at our Interiors launch in London earlier this month

Marc Jacobs bought this house (but the car didn’t come with it)

Nevertheless, Jacobs’ Frank Lloyd Wright house in Rye, NY State, is still a mid-century modern masterpiece

Porsche 356, house of Maximilian E. Hoffman, Rye, 2018, Porsche AG

The riot that made it into Art & Queer Culture

No, this isn’t about the Stone Wall Tavern. Our book looks back at the 40th anniversary of the White Night Riots

White Night Riots, San Francisco, 1979, by Daniel Nicoletta, as reproduced in Art & Queer Culture

Niki Lauda - the man who saved Ferrari

Our book Ferrari: Under the Skin, describes how the driver pulled the Scuderia out of the pits in the 1970s

Clay Regazzoni (left) and Niki Lauda (centre) were teammates at Ferrari in the 1970s. With them is a very relaxed Enzo Ferrari at the launch of the 312T, Maranello, 1976. As reproduced in Ferrari: Under the Skin

Virgilio Martínez and Gordon Ramsay go wild in the Andes

The Peruvian chef helps Ramsay shoot an episode of new TV show, Uncharted, in the South American highlands

Ramsay and Virgilio in the trailer for Uncharted

The room where Britain met the Bauhaus

Inside London's Isokon Building, Walter Gropius and his friends helped change a nation's design culture

Isokon penthouse by Wells Coats, from Interiors

A perfect dish for World Bee Day

In The Garden Chef, Christopher Kostow combines beeswax with fresh potatoes and wild oxalis flowers

Potato cooked in beeswax, from The Garden Chef

Is this what Stephen Shore thinks of London?

A dog, a pub and a pea-green soup featured in the Instagram posts from his Photo London trip - oh dear. . .

London, 2019 by Stephen Shore. Courtesy of the photographer's Instagram

Got time to unwind in our new reading room?

We’ve teamed up with Herman Miller to create a place to ponder great books inside the TWA Hotel at JFK

Our Herman Miller reading room at the TWA Terminal

I.M. Pei 1917 - 2019

The Chinese-American architect died yesterday - we celebrate his life in 5 of his greatest buildings

I. M. Pei at the National Gallery of Art, East Building, Washington, D.C., 1978 - Photographed by Ezra Stoller courtesy and copyright © Esto (from our forthcoming book Ezra Stoller)

Here’s why you should touch the work at Snarkitecture’s show

New York show, Sway, reminds visitors of play, with a sea of lights that react to movement and touch

Snarkitecture's at Alex Mustonen in Sway in New York. Images courtesy of Snarkitecture

Massimo Bottura cooks for Dapper Dan in Harlem

The Italian chef rubbed shoulders with the New York designer at this year’s annual Harlem Meat Up

Marcus Samuelsson, Massimo Bottura, Gucci's Marco Bizzarri, and Dapper Dan. Image courtesy of Food for Soul's Instagram

Martin Parr and Nan Goldin show different sides of Versailles

The palace’s 2019 exhibition features the work of photographers who capture the place in new ways

JR’s new mural lets you talk to the crowds of San Francisco

The new SFMOMA work, opening next week, allows local citizens, from the richest to the poorest, to tell their story

JR, The Chronicles of San Francisco, 2018 (detail); photo: courtesy, and SFMOMA

Elmgreen & Dragset talk art and books in Berlin

The artists came to König Galerie in Berlin to chat with the people who helped them make their new Phaidon book

Michael Elmgreen, Ingar Dragset, Michele Robecchi and Martin Herbert at König Galerie in Berlin

Is Jeff Koons on a par with Duchamp?

Christie’s set a new record when it sold Koons's Rabbit last night. Is it time we viewed him as Duchamp’s equal?

Bids being taken for Rabbit (1986) by Jeff Koons, at Christie's last night. The piece went for $91,075,000, setting a new record for a work by a living artist sold at auction. Image courtesy of Christie's

The forgotten photographer of NYC's queer piers

The Bronx Museum of Art is mounting the first large-scale retrospective of New York photographer Alvin Baltrop

Alvin Baltrop, Untitled (Portrait of Marsha P. Johnson), n.d. Silver gelatin print. Private Collection. All images courtesy of the Bronx Museum of the Arts

Phaidon Introductions: Jeremy Charles on Newfoundland

The restaurateur shares childhood memories of his early morning dashes to the bay to collect the fresh fish haul

Jeremy Charles, chef and Phaidon author

Herman Miller lays out its design history in NYC

A new exhibition shows the evolution of America’s leading modernist design firm - in time for NYCxDesign

Living Office presentation at Herman Miller Showroom, Chicago, during NeoCon trade fair, 2015.  All images from Herman Miller: A Way of Living, courtesy and copyright © Herman Miller Archives.

Harland Miller launches In Shadows I Boogie at White Cube

Ron Wood, Gary Lineker and Jarvis Cocker all turn up to say hello and get their books signed

Rolling Stones guitarist Ron Wood, Harland Miller and Wood's wife Sally Humphreys

The room that inspired Citizen Kane

Newspaper magnate William Randolph Hearst's home became a story in itself thanks to director Orson Welles

Julia Morgan, Hearst Castle, for William Randolph Hearst, Doge’s Suite, San Simeon, CA, USA, completed 1947. Shutterstock/gnohz, as reproduced in Interiors

What do Koons and Duchamp have in common?

A new exhibition looks at the ways in which the work of these two art giants shares a world view

Fountain (1917, edition 1964) by Marcel Duchamp, and Moon (Light Blue) (1995-2000) by Jeff Koons, as featured on the cover of Appearance Stripped Bare

Virgilio Martínez guides the New York Times around Lima

From ice-cream parlours to ceramics, the chef picks out some highlights in his artsy new Lima neighbourhood

Central chef and author Virgilio Martínez

Phaidon Introductions: Snøhetta on the backstories it creates

The world-famous practice explains why, when it comes to creating great buildings, narrative comes first

Norwegian National Opera and Ballet, 2008, Oslo, Norway, by Snøhetta. Photo by Jiri Havran. From Snøhetta: Collective Intuition.

Talking Textiles with Shoplifter

Vitamin T artist Hrafnhildur Arnardóttir's installation in the Icelandic pavilion is the hit of the Venice Biennale

Shoplifter photographed in her studio by Elisabet Davidsdottir

Mark Bradford is on 60 Minutes this Sunday

"I'm creating my own archaeological digs," he tells Anderson Cooper. "Sometimes when I'm digging on my own painting I'm asking myself, 'Well, exactly what are you digging for? Where do you want to go child?'"

Mark Bradford interviewed by Anderson Cooper for 60 Minutes

From the tomb to the Moon

Why is one of the earliest astrological maps drawn onto an Egyptian tomb ceiling? Sun and Moon explains

Detail from facsimile of the astronomical ceiling in the tomb of Senenmut, tempera on paper by Charles K. Wilkinson, original c.1479–1458 BC. Courtesy of Rogers Fund, 1948. From Sun and Moon

Breakfast in Japan

Japanese author Harumi Kurihara says her mother taught her the importance of making the first meal of the day

Clockwise from top left: quick pickled vegetables; rolled omelet; toast with sweet red bean spread; grilled fish; rice with natto; rice with raw eggs; miso soup, from the Japanese pages of Breakfast: The Cookbook

Why do Elmgreen & Dragset like swimming pools so much?

David Hockney, the shrinking public space, and being semi-naked around strangers feed into the motif

Van Gogh’s Ear, 2016, fibreglass, stainless steel, lacquer, lights, 900 x 500 x 240 cm, installation view at Rockefeller Center’s Channel Gardens, New York, 2016, organized by Public Art Fund and Tishman Speyer. Artwork © Elmgreen & Dragset

Phaidon Introductions: José Andrés on the joy of tapas

The Spanish chef and philanthropist explains why, when it comes to small-plate dining, size definitely matters

A selection of fish tapas from The Book of Tapas

The race to shoot the Moon

Mark Holborn's new book describes the lengths 19th century star gazers went to in order to depict the Moon

Sir John Herschel, Model of the Lunar Crater Copernicus, 1842, calotype, 13 × 16.5 cm (5¼ × 6½ in), J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles, California. Image courtesy of The J. Paul Getty Museum, California. As reproduced in Sun and Moon

Breakfast in France

The Parisian cookbook writer Clotilde Dusoulier explains why the French prefer thoughtful choices for breakfast

Clockwise from top left: brioche; café au lait; pains au chocolat; tartine; croissants; almond croissants, from the French pages of Breakfast: The Cookbook

Phaidon Introductions: Michael Bracewell on Harland Miller

The critic and curator sees pop art, abstract expressionist influences and much more in the artist’s pictures

Harland Miller. Photo by George Darrell

The apartment where Yves Klein turned décor into art

The French artist introduced some of his best-known motifs into his Parisian home - including the idea of the void

Yves Klein (designer and client), Klein Residence, living room, Paris, France, completed 1949. François Coquerel © Succession Yves Klein c/o DACS 2019

Kim Kardashian dips into the Mugler archive for the Met Gala

The social-media star teamed up with Mugler, wearing a wet-look dress based on pieces from the designer's archive

Kim Kardashian in Mugler, at the Met Gala 2019. Image courtesy of Kim Kardashian's Instagram

Magnus Nilsson is closing Fäviken

After 10 very successful years Magnus will close the restaurant on December 14 (and yes, it's too late to book)

Magnus Nilsson. Photo by Erik Olsson

Phaidon introductions: Peter Meehan on Enrique Olvera

The LA Times’ food editor says Enrique believes the family that eats and cooks together eats and lives better

Enrique Olvera

Got time for our editor-at-large's new podcast?

Spencer Bailey has a great new interview series, focusing on people who have a distinct perspective on time

The Time Sensitive studio

Why today is actually Sun Day

Jimmy Carter might have linked the third of May to solar power, but the Sun has been central to earlier civilisations

Bowl with courtly and astrological motifs from northern Iran, stonepaste with polychromatic inglaze and overglaze, painted and gilded, late twelfth or early thirteenth century. Mercury is represented as a scribe with a scroll, Venus as a female musician, Saturn as an old man with a pick axe, Jupiter as a judge in a turban, Mars as a warrior with a severed head, the Sun as a figure with a solar disc, and the Moon as a figure with a lunar crescent. As reproduced in Sun & Moon

A perfect party dish for Cinco de Mayo

You’ll need a little time to make it - and a lot of friends to help you eat this authentic Mexican party recipe

Cartinas, as reproduced in Tu Casa Mi Casa

Entertaining this weekend? Try Jane Hornby's spring menu

Spring's here, so why not cook this easy, seasonal, three-course menu, from Jane's new book Simple & Classic

Asparagus  and poached egg with balsamic butter, from Simple Classic by Jane Hornby

Emily Thompson - Not your Grandmother's Florist

The sculptor-turned-floral designer on how the histories of art, architecture, music and dance inspire her work

Emily Thompson Flowers (Emily Thomson, New York): smoke bush (Cotinus), snake garlic scapes and turkscap lilies. Image courtesy Emily Thompson Flowers / Photograph by Mia Soojung Kim

The winning shot from our East Coast architecture guide

This garage might be on the eastern seaboard, but that hasn’t stopped an LA association from recognising it

Smithfield Liberty Garage, Altenhof and Bown, photograph by Darren Bradley. As featured in Mid-Century Modern Architecture Travel Guide: East Coast

Breakfast in Britain

While he admits to his nation’s culinary shortcomings Sportsman chef Stephen Harris does love a Full English

Clockwise from top left: Full English; breakfast roll; laverbread and cockles; full English variation; pour-over coffee; egg and soldiers; from the English breakfast pages of Breakfast: The Cookbook

Prabhavathi Meppayil at Pace

Arne Glimcher has drawn parallels between the Bangalore artist and Agnes Martin - we asked her about them

Could textiles win the Turner Prize?

Oscar Murillo has been shortlisted for this prize, thanks in part to his vulnerable, ripped and cut surfaces

Oscar Murillo, Violent Amnesia 2019 at Kettle’s Yard. All images courtesy of the Tate

Should we look at deep space images as works of art?

The Hubble Telescope's photos are as mediated as anything created by a contemporary artist writes Mark Holborn

Hubble view of M16, the Eagle Nebula, an actively star-forming gaseous region 7,000 light years from Earth in the constellation Serpens. The structure shown was first recorded through Hubble by Jeff Hester and his team from Arizona State University in 1995. This view is the most detailed image yet obtained of the Eagle Nebula. As reproduced in Sun and Moon

How Annie Leibovitz pictured Sally Mann’s sense of place

On Mann's birthday, we look at how tactfully Leibovitz approached her fellow photographer, on Mann's home turf

Sally Mann, Lexington, Virginia, 2015. Photograph © Annie Leibovitz. From ‘Annie Leibovitz At Work’

Phaidon Introductions: Musa Dağdeviren on food and family

The Turkish cookbook author understands his country's culinary traditions are heavily intertwined with his own story

Musa Dağdeviren, author of the Turkish Cookbook

Do you know about the jazzy side of these artists?

On International Jazz Day take an instrumental break with Robert Ryman, Theaster Gates, Alex Katz and Anri Sala

Theaster Gates (right) as reproduced in our Contemporary Artists Series book on the artist

Matt Abergel's book has just won a James Beard Award!

Chicken and Charcoal has been voted the best 2019 book in James Beard's restaurant and professional category

Chicken and Charcoal: Yakitori, Yardbird, Hong Kong, by Matt Abergel