Adam Pendleton questions American life in his new MoMA show

The artist explains how a sexual slur, and two separate protest movements informed his MoMA installation, Who Is Queen?

Adam Pendleton questions American life in his new MoMA show

African Artists and textiles

See some fantastic fabric artworks presented whole cloth in our new book, African Artists

African Artists and textiles

Jim Hodges describes his new Phaidon/ Artspace edition and the processes by which his work unfolds

'I began filling vases with a variety of arrangements. We then shot dozens of images to create the seven selected floral still lives used for this project'

Jim Hodges describes his new Phaidon/ Artspace edition and the processes by which his work unfolds

The inventive leftovers in the Latin American Cookbook

With just a few precious ingredients, slaves managed to create some of this region’s most highly prized dishes

The inventive leftovers in the Latin American Cookbook

JR and Timothée Chalamet have fun in The Frick

The artist and the film star debuted a new performance and installation just before the Met Gala

JR and Timothée Chalamet have fun in The Frick

African Artists and Protest

Discover how politics and protest movements have fed into this region’s incredible contemporary art

African Artists and Protest

African Artists and the Environment

Our new book shows how brilliantly and acutely artists from Africa have responded to the planet's climate crisis

African Artists and the Environment

African Artists and Technology

These are some of the ways in which artists in the African continent have responded to the prizes and pitfalls offered by tech

African Artists and Technology

The Bird that ruled over an ancient civilisation

This Egyptian falcon may have worn red 'trousers' but that wasn't where its royal characteristics stopped. . .

The Bird that ruled over an ancient civilisation

African Artists and Migration

The migratory experience - ancient or contemporary, voluntary or forced - is a key theme within African art, as our new book shows

African Artists and Migration

African Artists and Postcolonialism

Our new book features works that capture the optimism and cultural assertiveness of 20th century independent African nations

African Artists and Postcolonialism

African Artists and Religion

With both piety and parody, the works in our new book tackle the organised faiths that have taken root in this continent

African Artists and Religion

African Artists and war

Conflicts across the continent have shaped all too many of the works in our new survey of African art

African Artists and war

The birds that battle for mates

Our new book, Bird, shows the surprising similarities between avian and human behaviour

The birds that battle for mates


The bird that played its part in an ancient ball game

This Mayan artefact has both sporting and religious significance, explains our new book, Bird: Exploring the Winged World

The bird that played its part in an ancient ball game

African Artists and masks

Our new book demonstrates how the continent’s brightest contemporary artists draw on one of its earliest forms

African Artists and masks

The bird that changed the way we communicate

How the cute and clever Twitter logo helped turn the social media platform into a place to pontificate

The bird that changed the way we communicate

The bird that put the magic into myth

In Bird: Exploring the Winged World we take a look at the mythological creature that spans ancient civilisations and modern presidents

The bird that put the magic into myth

African Artists and the photo studio

The enduring influence of posed, studio portraits can be seen in our groundbreaking new book on African art

African Artists and the photo studio

The bird that's judged on its building skills

This reconstruction of a bowerbird’s nest ended up in a gallery. Maybe the distance between art world and avian world isn’t as big as we think

The bird that's judged on its  building skills

African Artists and sexuality

Pioneering Queer artists are among those offering insights into contemporary life in the African continent in our groundbreaking new book

African Artists and sexuality

The bird that flew to The Moon

Our new book, Bird: Exploring the Winged World, includes the Apollo 11 mission badge, with an uncharacteristically peaceful bald eagle

The bird that flew to The Moon

The perfect setting for perfect books

These images, taken in an award-winning contemporary Californian house, show how well our publications complete a room

The perfect setting for perfect books

African Artists and Empire

The colonial and postcolonial experience looms large in our groundbreaking new book African Artists From 1882 to Now

African Artists and Empire

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