Aperture, the storied non-profit photography publisher and exhibitor, buys permanent Manhattan home
The non-profit, long housed in a sprawling fourth-floor space in Chelsea, will decamp uptown to a location with ample street-level space
Condé Nasty: Publishers of Tate block display of young artist’s work
Graham Dolphin had to produce a whole new series for the Barbican show after his work with Vogue front covers was halted
Round up of Italian publishers this season
Historical figures predominate, with archaeology close behind.
With the rise of the super-store, what will happen to the art book industry?
“The biggest change in the publishing business these days is the phenomenon of the super-store and the breakneck pace at which these stores are opening”