By Georges Didi Huberman
Georges Didi-Huberman’s Spring 2018 MIT Press title “The Eye of History: When Images Take Positions” is the second volume in the Ryerson Image Center Books series. It joins our shelves alongside Thierry Gervais’ 2016 edited volume “The ‘Public’ Life of Photographs.”
By Timothy Morton
Bjork has a pithy endorsement of Timothy Morton’s new Press title Being Ecological:
“I have been reading Tim’s books for a while and I like them a lot.”
By Jeffrey Lieber
“Deftly moving among architecture, film, philosophy, and politics, Lieber illuminates the artifice that resulted from the conjunction of high style and mass-cultural values in postwar America.”
Jeffrey Lieber’s Spring ’18 title, Flintstone Modernism, or the Crisis in Postwar American Culture, reads as wittily, stylishly, and bitingly as its subject suggests. Tricolor print run includes red, blue, and yellow covers.