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Ringgold's most formative and influential political works are gathered in this beautifully designed clothbound volume
This powerful collection highlights the importance of snapshots in Black American life: as tools to challenge stereotypes, and as a way to document family and culture
Replete with complexities, abjection, beauty and joy, Women Painting Women offers new ways to imagine the portrayal of women, from Alice Neel to Jordan Casteel
How the photographic arts have embodied the aspiration for freedom in Black America
Foreword by Angela Davis: "This stunning collection of historical photographs, complimented by contemporary conversations with women members of the Black Panther Party, reminds us that women were literally the heart of this new political approach to Black freedom."Many of us have heard these three words: Black Panther Party.
A magnificently illustrated history showcasing the work of three hundred women photographers from all over the world, from the invention of the medium through to the present.
This powerful and insightful work offers a bold celebration of the innovative, brilliant artists reclaiming the idea of ‘women’s work’.
In the history of western art, decorative and applied arts – including textiles and ceramics – have been separated from the ‘high arts’ of painting and sculpture and deemed to be more suitable for
Featuring 100 stunning color photographs of queer, interracial couples taken by a renowned photographer for the New York Times Magazine, Time, Rolling Stone, and more, this incredible photo and story collection depicts modern love and relationships in all their joy, vulnerability, and affection.
Throughout 2020 and 2021, during a time of intense personal and politica
"In book form, Kitchen Table is more intimate.... Unlike the experience of meandering through a museum, stepping back to appreciate the images and nearing the text panels to skim them, the pace of exploration is now in a person's hands." -Hilary Moss, New York Times
The most comprehensive survey of Weems' genre-defying oeuvre yet published
Rarely seen installation works that exemplify this pioneering artist's critical focus on Black identity and Black feminism
A nuanced profile, in image and text, of the great Black Power leader at the exhilarating moment of the movement's ascendancy
An exploration of the visual corollary to Didion's life and work and the feeling that each generates in her admirers, detractors and critics--including artists from Helen Lundeberg to Diane Arbus, Betye Saar to Maren Hassinger, Vija Celmins and Andy Warhol
The overlooked yet vibrant history of Black participation in American film, from the beginning of cinema through the civil rights movement
"Carell Augustus is a genius." —Karamo Brown
A visionary photography book that brings together the best of classic Hollywood with today's iconic Black entertainers for an immersive experience unlike anything you've ever seen before.
A richly illustrated exploration of Black culture at its most wildly imaginative, artistically ambitious, and politically urgent.
Revolution Is Love: A Year of Black Trans Liberation is the powerful and celebratory visual record of a contemporary activist movement in New York City, and a moving testament to the enduring power of photography in activism, advocacy, and community.
This feminist retelling of the history of photography puts women in the picture—and, more importantly, behind the camera!
Inspired by a private archive and featuring contemporary work by artists who acknowledge the continued relevance of Angela Davis’s experience and politics, the essays, interviews, and images in this book provide a compelling and layered narrative of her journey through the junctures of race, gender, economic, and political policy.
The women in these portraits were some of the first dykes I ever laid eyes on, and the book feels like a lost family album. -Alison Bechdel
The first comprehensive monograph on Mickalene Thomas, a key figure in 21st-century contemporary art
Over the past two decades, Mickalene Thomas's critically acclaimed and extensive body of work has spanned painting, collage, photography, video, and the immersive installations that have become her signature.
A comprehensive compendium of artists and writers confronting questions of Black identity, activism and social responsibility in the age of Malcolm X and the Black Panthers, based on the landmark traveling exhibition
A New York Magazine 2021 holiday gift guide pick
A photographic celebration of the love and relationships of queer people of color by a former New York Times multimedia journalist
“Thank you, Jamal Jordan, for showing the world what true love looks like.”—Billy Porter
“A literary experience unlike any I’ve had in recent memory . . . a blueprint for this moment and the next, for where Black folks have been and where they might be going.”—The New York Times Book Review (Editors’ Choice)
What does it mean to be Black and alive right now?
Celebrate the diverse work of people of color in the craft community and explore the personal, political, and creative potential of textile arts and crafts.
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The iconic Mexican painter as seen through almost 300 archival items, from her wardrobe to her personal art collection
From the internationally acclaimed artist, a stunning collection of portraits of ground-breaking women—Joan of Arc, Josephine Baker, Greta Thunberg, Misty Copeland, and many more history-making women whose names have been forgotten and are finally being brought to light. With a Foreword by Roxane Gay
Profiles and portraits of 50 artists and art entrepreneurs challenging the status quo in the art world
Confidently curated by Jasmin Hernandez, the dynamic founder of Gallery Gurls, We Are Here presents the bold and nuanced work of Black and Brown visionaries transforming the art world.
Published to accompany a major exhibition tracing the career of pioneering feminist artist Judy Chicago.
Among the few women artists who have transcended art history, none had a meteoric rise quite like Mexican painter Frida Kahlo (1907-1954).
Winner of the African Photobook of the Year Award
A Choice Outstanding Title of the Year
A USA Today "Must-Read for Black History Month"
An NPR "Goats and Soda" Editors' Pick
A BookRiot Favorite Nonfiction Book of the Year
POWERFUL WISDOM FROM THE ELDERS OF OUR COMMUNITIES
In this rich and multilayered collection of interviews, conversations, and intimate photographs, over 100 trailblazing women describe the ups, downs, and lessons learned while forging their unique paths.
More than eighty designs--iconic, archaic, quotidian, and taboo--that have defined the arc of human reproduction.
Hearts of Our People: Native Women Artists explores the artistic achievements of Native women and establishes their rightful place in the art world. This landmark book includes works of art from antiquity to the present, made in a variety of media from textiles and beadwork to video and digital arts.
THE INSTANT NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER.
From Kahran and Regis Bethencourt, the dynamite husband and wife duo behind CreativeSoul Photography, comes GLORY, a photography book that shatters the conventional standards of beauty for Black children.
Featuring a foreword by Amanda Seales
A full-color graphic history of global dissent and historical activism, celebrating the possibilities of collective resistance--with an introduction by Charlene Carruthers and a foreword by Rebecca Solnit.
What's new, now and next from contemporary Black artists
A New York Times 2020 holiday gift guide pick
The long-awaited first major monograph on the iconic portraitist of Black Americans