Jojakim Cortis and Adrian Sonderegger painstakingly recreate iconic photographs and images of world-famous events using miniature, three-dimensional studio reconstructions. Bill Knight talked to them about how they do it, and why.
As at ease in the lecture theatre as he is at the potter’s wheel, Dr Aaron Rosen’s mission is to make the history of art accessible to anyone with a questing mind - whether university student, young child or curious adult.
Personally compiled and curated by Yoko Ono, 'Imagine John Yoko' is the definitive inside story – told in revelatory detail – of the making of the legendary album and all that surrounded it: the locations, the creative team, the artworks and the films, in the words of John & Yoko and the people who were there.
In the extract from 'The Lives of the Surrealists' by Desmond Morris, learn about the childhood that shaped Salvador Dalí's work, his first meeting with Picasso, and why he thought Jackson Pollock was more of an animal than a chimpanzee.
British architect and architectural historian Kenneth Frampton, who wrote the seminal 'Modern Architecture: A Critical History', is to be honoured at 2018's Venice Biennale with the Golden Lion lifetime achievement award.