Originally completed around 1550 in the Swabian Imperial Free City of Augsburg (a region in southwestern Germany), The Book of Miracles chronicles a collection of fantastic events ranging from the Old Testament period right up to the author’s 16th century time frame and beyond. Continue Reading
This month Taschen has released a new one-volume hardcover edition for all those who couldn’t get their hands on that previous set. Packed into 770 pages are Peter Beard’s most important collages along with hundreds of smaller-scale works and diaries that have been magnified to show every detail of Beard’s mixed media works. Continue Reading
In Central Park NYC from Rizzoli, Andrew Zega and Bernd H. Dams share their personal selections from the NYC landmark leading us through a diverse array of the park’s cherished features. Continue Reading
Available in July, Taschen pays tribute to the pure form of architectural modernism with this updated retrospective of Richard Meier’s firm in the new book Richard Meier & Partners Complete Works 1963-2013 by Philip Jodidio.
In May 2013 Taschen will release six deluxe editions of the epic work Genesis from acclaimed photographer Sebastião Salgado.
Although clothing provides a basic protection for the body, it did not take long for societies to expand its use to express the dynamics of social organization and political power. Power & Style: A World History Of Politics And Dress… Continue Reading
From the Boa Nova restaurant in Matosinhosto to the New Orleans tower in Rotterdam, Álvaro Siza Complete Works 1952-2013, from Taschen brings to light one of the great figures of contemporary architecture whose designs are ” a rigorous attempt to… Continue Reading
After more than 250 years, we at last have a chronicle of Swaine Adeney Brigg. As a maker of luxury leather goods and umbrellas, the firm has had its share of ups and downs and has had to evolve with… Continue Reading
James Sherwood’s latest book, The Perfect Gentleman, is almost as lavish as his definitive work on Savile Row. It begins with spread after spread of shops and products, giving the reader a feel for every aspect of London’s luxury retailers.… Continue Reading
Clyfford Still (1904–1980) one of the pioneers of the abstract expressionist movement may finally start to get a little more attention with the release of Clyfford Still: The Artist’s Museum from Rizzoli. Best known for his compelling abstract works with