phaidon: pride micro library


Dive into the world of literature this June with our Pride pop-up micro-library, in collaboration with the visionary arts publisher Phaidon. Nestled in our coffee shop, explore a curated collection of diverse titles throughout the month. Happy reading!


Discover the titles: 👇


Sharon Hayes

By Julia Bryan-Wilson, et al

The first comprehensive publication to capture Hayes's unique blend of performance and social engagement which has been at the forefront of questions of feminist history, queer time, and protest culture for over a decade.


Andy Warhol "Giant" Size

By Phaidon Editors, with an introduction by Dave Hickey

The bestselling visual biography of one of the twentieth century's most innovative, influential artists.

Jean-Michel Othoniel

By Gay Gassmann, Catherine Grenier, Robert Storr

The groundbreaking sculptor's most comprehensive monograph to date.


About Face

By Jonathan D. Katz with texts by Amelia Jones, Joshua Chambers-Letson, Dagmawi Woubshet, and others

A unique survey of 350 artworks by a global and diverse array of LGBTQ+ artists – many underrecognized and overlooked – from the last 50 years.


Robert Mapplethorpe

By Edited by Mark Holborn and Dimitri Levas, with a new poem by Patti Smith and a new introduction by Andrew Sullivan

A revised and updated edition of the most comprehensive survey published of Mapplethorpe's photography.


Mapplethorpe Flora

By Robert Mapplethorpe, edited and designed by Mark Holborn and Dimitri Levas, with an essay by Dimitri Levasand an introduction by Herbert Muschamp

The definitive collection of Robert Mapplethorpe’s flower photographs in a sophisticated new edition.


Mickalene Thomas

By Mickalene Thomas, Kellie Jones, and Roxane Gay

The first comprehensive monograph on Mickalene Thomas, a key figure in 21st-century contemporary art.


Cudahy, Anthony

By Anthony Cudahy, with texts by Devon Zimmerman, Maria H. Loh, and Ricardo Montez

The first comprehensive monograph on this leading American contemporary figurative painter.