Henry Kissinger Exposed and More from The New York Times Op-ed Page

Now available in paper, All the Art That’s Fit to Print (And Some that Wasn’t): Inside The New York Times Op-Ed Page, by Jerelle Kraus, reveals the crucial role that art work has played in establishing the Times‘s op-ed page as such a force. (For more information including a gallery of many of the images found in the book you can visit jerellekraus.com.)

The paperback edition includes a new cover which includes an infamous nude picture of Henry Kissinger’s back (and more) with a map of Southeast Asia. The David Levine image was commissioned by the New York Times who ultimately decided to “kill” the art deeming it too risky:

Henry Kissinger, Jerelle Kraus

Here are some sample images from the book:

Nixon
Obama

Kruger
Bird

Here are some sample images from the book:

Nixon
Obama
Kruger
Bird

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