Interesting to read how advances in brain science lead to confirmation of intuitive but traditionally hard-to-prove hypotheses.
A front-row seat to the decline and fall of the (Western) Roman empire.
Highly entertaining book, providing entertaining facts and refreshing perspectives.
Surprisingly up-beat considering its message and packed with nice examples.
What is good advice for life is typically also good advice for art, and vice versa.
A practical guide to understanding composition and graphic design.
The metroric rise of art prices is a fascinating topic, but the author get a bit lost in his effort to ducoment each twist or turn in the lives of the secondary characters in his story.
Well written plea for taking ownership – and action.
As a strong artist, she controls her performances perfectly; but she seems to have more difficulty with life itself.
Isaacson’s narrative falacy (‘Leonardo never finishing what he starts’) is at odds with the public recognition he received in his own day and age.