‘Saul Steinberg’: the artist who was ‘pop’ before Andy Warhol

Many of us knew Saul Steinberg primarily as the very witty and very clever cartoonist and cover artist for The New Yorker during its heyday. Steinberg created a genuinely iconic image for the magazine in 1976 with his cover art showing New York City’s overpowering position in the United States. Whether it was seen as supporting […] [Read More]