From the collection of one of the best museums in the U.S. to a retrospective on Basquiat, the best in books on fine art from 2015.
From yoga to a world atlas, The Daily Beast’s selections for the best coffee table books (and presents) of 2015.
Visually stimulating and incredibly powerful, the following are The Daily Beast’s selections for the best photography books of 2015.
The sport has inspired some of our best writers, who’ve tackled everything from fandom to concussions. This reading list should hold you all the way to the Super Bowl.
From pinstripes to the penitentiary (where homers took time off your sentence), from knuckleballs to Mighty Casey, these eclectic baseball titles are all winners.
Books by artists and about artists, books that are works of art—it was a great year for the coffee table book, from Goya to Dalí, from tattoos to World War I in color.
From Pele on the beautiful game to Bill Buford on the sport’s dark side, check out a complete team of terrific books that give you all the prep you need for the World Cup.
Wrigley Field, Ted Williams, Nolan Ryan, Sabermetrics, the Pete Rose controversy—a fine new crop of baseball books looks at the old, the new and the very weird.
Justin Cartwright’s ‘Lion Heart’ toggles back and forth between the present and the Crusades, probing the ties both filial and romantic that bind us all.
From a massive atlas of the world to Helen Frankenthaler’s paintings, here are the 26 most beautiful, expensive, and fascinating art and photography books published this year.