Starting with the Old Masters and continuing through the present, John Castagno has documented signatures, monograms, and initials—most of them readable, some of them strange or illegible—and published them in ten books. Read More
Some artists’ signatures are self-expression, some are design elements, and some are just fun. Read More
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Bathroom as Site: A Brief, Incomplete History of Lavatorial Exhibitions
Maja’s Way: Collector Maja Hoffmann Builds an Iconoclastic Home for Her LUMA Foundation in the South of France
From the Archives: Barnett Newman Criticizes a MoMA Surrealism Show—and John Ashbery—in 1968