Princeton Architectural Press is set to release a new book on November 1st titled Finding Frida Kahlo. In fact, it’s already available for pre-order on Amazon.com. This is all well and good, except that half of the art world believes the featured collection of works to be fakes. Read about the controversy here.
While the author of the article clearly blames the publisher for a lack of due diligence, it’s hard to get angry at anyone who prints a book titled Hand Job: A Catalog of Type.