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Why Have There Been No Great Women Artists?

Linda Nochlin, Catherine Grant
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Matisse: The Books

Louise Rogers Lalaurie
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Chanel Catwalk: The Complete Collections (Catwalk)

Patrick Mauriès, Adélia Sabatini
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Gabby Dawnay, Alex Barrow
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Unforgettable books to boost your New Year’s resolutions

Refresh your living space, rejuvenate your body, and try something new this new year. No matter your resolution, these books will help you start the year inspired, ready to make the most of 2021.
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Should we all be vegan?

Veganism is more than an individual diet – it’s an ethical and ecological choice in a global context. But what does it actually mean — and what would a plant-based planet look like? 'Should We All Be Vegan?' explores the ins and outs of a vegan future.
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The powerful portraits of Lynette Yiadom-Boakye

In this extract from ‘The Artists Who Will Change the World’ by Omar Kholeif, meet artist Lynette Yiadom-Boakye. In a history of portraiture dominated by white figures, Yiadom-Boakye’s richly intense depictions have a timeless quality.
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Three simple but powerful steps to transform your home this year

Eager to update your space, but not sure where to start? In this extract from ‘High Grade Living’, The Broad Place founders Jacqui Lewis and Arran Russell share a simple process – audit, edit and refine – to help create a home that truly works for you.
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Video: Antony Gormley and Martin Gayford on the timelessness of sculpture

Sculptor Antony Gormley and art critic Martin Gayford – authors of 'Shaping the World' – meet in Gormley's London studio to reflect on the incomparable power of sculpture, the enduring human instinct to create, and how today's artworks could act as 'industrial fossils' to future life-forms we cannot yet imagine.
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The Making of the Book: Egyptologists’ Notebooks

‘Elephant’ folios, ancient fascinations and two-hundred-year-old travel permits. From the British Library to the banks of the Nile, head behind the scenes of ‘Egyptologists’ Notebooks’ with author and renowned Egyptologist Chris Naunton and picture researcher Sally Nicholls.

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