What Biz Books Are You Reading? Color and Pierre Bonnard
Pierre Bonnard, "Dining Room in the Country," Minneapolis Institute of Art

What Biz Books Are You Reading? Color and Pierre Bonnard

It's really vital to read business, marketing, books about social media, tech and more. Been there, done that! I've read tons and tons of business and marketing books. I highly…

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Beyond the Shadows Images of Holocaust without People
A gas chamber at Auschwitz concentration camp in Poland.CreditJudy Glickman Lauder/Courtesy of Aperture

Beyond the Shadows Images of Holocaust without People

Why words and photos matter. Interesting timing, on the eve of Hanukkah, first battle over religious freedom. Judy Glickman Lauder's revealing images in “Beyond the Shadows: The Holocaust and the Danish…

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The Sweet Flypaper of Life
€‹Joe and Julia singing€‹, 1953. Credit The Estate of Roy DeCarava / Courtesy of David Zwirner

The Sweet Flypaper of Life

Illuminating Black Joy, Black Love and Resistance in Harlem. Photographer Roy DeCarava and poet Langston Hughes collaborated in this historically moving book about daily life in Harlem in the early 1950s. IF…

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Early “Black is Beautiful” Photos by Kwame Brathwaite
Untitled (Kwame Brathwaite self-portrait at AJASS Studios), 1964.Credit  Kwame Brathwaite / Courtesy of Philip Martin Gallery, Los Angeles

Early “Black is Beautiful” Photos by Kwame Brathwaite

Powerful, beautiful, mesmerizing historical photos. I loved the fashions, earrings and headdress, hair, the poses. The images are beautifully composed by a very talented photographer, Kwame Brathwaite. Most of all,…

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Gordon Parks: The New Tide, Early Work 1940–1950
Gordon Parks, Drug store “cowboys.” Black Diamond, Alberta, Canada. September 1945, gelatin silver print, National Gallery of Art, Washington, Corcoran Collection (The Gordon Parks Collection). Courtesy of and © The Gordon Parks Foundation

Gordon Parks: The New Tide, Early Work 1940–1950

Gordon Parks: The New Tide, Early Work 1940–1950 exhibit at the National Gallery of Art reveals the birth of a major and influential artist, photographer and film director (Shaft, a revolutionary…

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Discover Kandinsky
Yellow-Red-Blue, Wassily Kandinsky, 1925

Discover Kandinsky

Wassily Kandinsky was a musician and pioneering artist. His art made music visible. Entitled "Compositions," a play on music and art. His writings on spirituality and art are classic and…

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