“What strikes one immediately on reading the Goan-Norwegian author Ivo de Figueiredo’s memoir, A Stranger at My Table, is the beauty in its narration. This 321-page account of a man’s search… Read more A Stranger at My Table – “beauty in its narration” →
“Mentors is an accessible and richly detailed celebration of intense cross-generational exchanges between individuals who champion and challenge each other.”
H-Net Reviews in the Humanities & Social Sciences commissioned an in-depth review of Éva Forgács’ 2016 book Hungarian Art: Confrontation and Revival in the Modern Movement. In the lengthy article… Read more H-Net Reviews Takes a Close Look at Hungarian Art →
Just released in France, Malva by Dutch writer Hagar Peeters has recently received positive reviews in two major publications: Hagar Peeters renders the imaginary voice of the child by drawing on… Read more Major French publications rave about Malva →
New York Journal of Books explores the symbolism and impact of The Last Days of Mankind – A Visual Guide to Karl Kraus’ Great War Epic, based on artwork by Deborah Sengl: “Sengl’s art… Read more New York Journal of Books: Sengl “continues legacy of acid-tongued Austrian artists” →
“Figueiredo’s book is lifted by immensely moving feats of empathy in reaching across time and half the world to plunge towards his father’s long-abandoned Afrikander universe of meaning…”
On his blog Triumph of the Now, reviewer Scott Manley Hadley discusses the many intriguing aspects of Mentors, a forthcoming memoir by art historian and scholar Francis M. Naumann: “An odd but consistently engaging text about academic mentorship, about art, about art history, about writing, about ageing, about illness, about artists and ….
In new review, Publishers Weekly commends Ivo de Figueiredo’s forthcoming memoir A Stranger at My Table: “Figueiredo’s touching, contemplative chronicle of loss and self-discovery documents his Norwegian childhood, adult reconciliation with… Read more Publishers Weekly gives early praise for A Stranger at My Table →