“The Story of Gardening,” by Penelope Hobhouse and Ambra Edwards (Princeton Architectural Press)
It’s an opportune time for an update to this lavishly illustrated history of gardening and landscaping. “The Story of Gardening” might sit (heavily) on a coffee table, but
Edited by Victor J.Katz and Karen Hunger Parshall
What is algebra? For some, it is an abstract language of x’s and y’s. For mathematics majors and professional mathematicians, it is a world of axiomatically defined constructs like groups, rings, and fields.
Taming the Unknown
n our first Rights Roundup of July, we have an interesting mix of titles with strong rights sales records and some that are earlier in their market life. In fact, one of our entries this time is a book written in 1951, the late Gabriele Tergit’s The Effingers.In children’s content, we al
It may seem like a banal observation to say that Our Mutual Friend is a lot of fun. Perhaps in the normal course of things, but in these times it feels like a kind of miracle. Reading Dickens over the past week has been positively medicinal. Take this description of a cherubic man called Wilfer: &ld
A statue of French comic book legend Rene Goscinny, the creator of Asterix and the cowboy Lucky Luke, was unveiled in Paris on Thursday.
The life-sized bronze of the writer close to his former home features him holding some of his most famous creations, including Asterix, the plucky Gaul who refuse
LONDON - Bonhams first dedicated sale of Middle Eastern and South Asian Art to be held outside of Dubai features works of art by artists from Iran, numerous other Arab countries, India, and Pakistan.
The sale will take place at Bonhams main saleroom in New Bond Street, London on 3rd June.
LONDON - Works by 21 artists from the Middle East goes on show Friday at London's Saatchi Gallery, with Iranians strongly represented.
"Unveiled: New Art From The Middle East" runs to May 6 at the leading modern art gallery and also features work by Palestinian, Lebanese and Iraq artists
GAZA CITY - Ghoulish blue figures reach skyward towards an elusive red spiral in an abstract rendering of Gaza life hung in the ruins of a cultural centre bombed and torched during the Israeli offensive.
The paintings hang in the scorched depths of the Red Crescent cultural centre in Gaza City, whi
LONDON - Iraq's artists give proof of their resilience despite the ongoing conflict in an exhibition that opened in London this week.
"Riding on Fire: Iraqi Art Under Occupation" at the Artiquea Gallery in south-west London is showing 42 works produced by 21 Iraqi artists since the 2003