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The Bauhaus buildings of Britain

29 May, 2020

The Bauhaus was the short-lived German art school that opened its doors 100 years ago, but whose effects can still be seen across the world today. We take a look at some of the overlooked buildings of Britain designed by the Bauhaus émigrés.

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'The Very Last Giant of Fashion'

22 Feb, 2019

Remembering one of the greatest fashion designers Karl Lagerfeld.

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Off the Grid: Photo Essay

21 Feb, 2019

'Off the Grid' is the ultimate escapist collection of self-sufficient cabins and retreats in the world’s most stunning and inaccessible locations. Take a look at some of the most innovative off-grid homes from the book.

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15 May, 2019

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Author Interviews

Interview: Anja Niemi Gets in Character

18 Mar, 2019

'My stories usually start with a character, I begin with collecting her belongings — clothes, objects, accessories, wigs.'—Anja Niemi launches her new Fotografiska show and takes us behind the scenes of her intricate photo narratives.

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Discover a love potion from the ancient world in this extract from 'Ancient Magic'.

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Interview: Nick Brandt's First Colour Monograph

07 Feb, 2019

'It is better to be angry and active than angry and passive.' On the launch of his ambitious new series, 'This Empty World', photographer Nick Brandt talks to Thames & Hudson about apathy, 'environmental Armageddon', and why he chose to work in colour for the first time.

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The British Museum’s new exhibition 'The World Exists To Be Put On A Postcard' is now open, the first major museum display of artists’ postcards. Discover the stories behind the postcards.

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Anthony Burrill: Look & See

05 Feb, 2019

Take a look inside master printmaker Anthony Burrill’s wonderful world of printed matter, presented through a personal selection of offbeat ephemera and typographic curiosities.

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It was the Old Master's anniversary in January of this year, but amid the crowds and the selfies, the souvenirs and the queues, it can be easy to feel a certain da Vinci fatigue. Enter Giorgio Vasari’s 'Life of Leonardo', replete with all the artist’s original and revolutionary force.

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