We thought you might like a little more insight into the editorial minds involved in our publishing process, so here’s a peek into the world of our Visual Culture team! Editor Lisa Goodrum has been been a part of the I.B.Tauris cohort for five fantastic years, moving from production through to editorial. With a background …
We are delighted to announce that our Visual Culture catalogue for 2014 has arrived.
We are delighted to spread the news that the Kraszna-Krausz Foundation have announced Philippa Brewster, Senior Visual Culture Editor at I.B.Tauris, as the 2014 Outstanding Contribution to Publishing recipient.
Affirming authentic tradition as well as utility, even comfort, while attacking the Vienna Sucession as indulgently decorative, Adolf Loos is no simple anti-architect.
Maria Walsh on how Cindy Sherman’s ‘Doll’ sculptures of the 1990s reveal a dynamic relationship between art and psychoanalysis.
Painting has often been declared dead since the 1960s, yet it refuses to die. Even the status and continued legitimacy of the medium has been repeatedly placed in question. So why does it continue to make a splash?
Images are now playing a central part in processes of political struggle, and as Lina Khatib argues, changing the way politics are being communicated in the Middle East.