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A major new study of Black figurative art
from Africa and the African diaspora

Look inside the book

A major new study of Black figurative art
from Africa and the African diaspora

Look inside the book

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William Klein: Yes

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Yayoi Kusama: 1945 to Now

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Marking the 50th anniversary of Pink Floyd’s classic album 'The Dark Side Of The Moon', our official celebratory book features rare and unseen backstage and onstage photography that also reveals the visual conception of the original iconic album artwork.

Insider / Outsider: David Campany on William Klein

In this extract from ‘William Klein: Yes’, David Campany explores the kaleidoscopic creativity of the late William Klein, one of the great image makers of the 20th century.
Author Interviews

Liam Wong on taxi drivers, cinematic visions and the city at night

We sit down with photographer Liam Wong, whose latest monograph 'Liam Wong: After Dark' takes viewers on a nocturnal journey through the world's most captivating cities.

The life of William Morris: An inexhaustible search for beauty

The Arts and Crafts designer created such iconic patterns as Strawberry Thief – but William Morris’s abilities ranged far beyond textiles. In a kaleidoscopic life, he turned his hand to poetry, book design, environmentalism and more, dreaming of socialist utopias and even once considering life as a monk.
Author Interviews

Extract: Yayoi Kusama: 1945 to Now

Curator Mika Yoshitake introduces 'Yayoi Kusama: 1945 to Now', the most comprehensive survey of the artist's work to date, exploring key themes of Kusama's work including infinity, accumulation and radical connectivity.

The Making of the Book: Mudlark’d

Precarious ladders, precious finds, and Edwardian women parachutists. We don our wellies and adventure behind the scenes of ‘Mudlark’d’ to discover what wig curlers, cufflinks and coins can reveal about centuries of everyday Londoners.

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