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Author Interviews

Space For Art: An Interview With Adrian George

28 Feb, 2018

Adrian George has produced art shows in bus shelters, white cube spaces, and community arts organisations, and with his book 'The Curator's Handbook' he turned his thoughts to the elements of good curation.

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The V&A's exhibition 'Ocean Liners: Speed and Style' took us back to an era of giant, floating works of art.

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Author Interviews

Niche Is Mainstream: A Q+A with King Adz

07 Feb, 2018

We asked ‘This is not Fashion’ author King Adz some quick-fire questions about his fascination with all things streetwear. Here’s what he had to say.

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Videos

While the Fires Burn

07 Dec, 2017

In this extract from a forthcoming film portrait, photographer Daniel Schwartz shoots in the Karakoram range in Pakistan, documenting the disappearance of glaciers around the world.

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Features

Decoding the Pyramids

14 Nov, 2017

What can Giza’s treasures tell us about Ancient Egyptian civilization?

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Features

Science into Art

02 Nov, 2017

The history of 'Joseph Banks’ Florilegium' encompasses Captain Cook’s 'first voyage', and the revelatory scientific discoveries that came out of it.

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Features

The Time of the Androgyne

12 Oct, 2017

Fashion and pop culture are rife with androgynous imagery but, look carefully, and it was there all along…

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Author Interviews

The End, Our Only Friend

27 Oct, 2017

Artist, writer and founder of the Morbid Anatomy blog, Joanna Ebenstein opens up about our relationship with the Grim Reaper

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Author Interviews

Licking History

12 Oct, 2017

Weird tales from forgotten nations fill a phantasmagorical stamp collection located in Norway.

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Stalls and carts - whether the vendors lining the ancient Silk Road trading route, the oyster stalls of Roman London, or the Aztec food markets encountered by the Spanish conquistadores - selling indigenous, ready-to-eat snacks have been a feature of city life for millennia. What’s changed is the seriousness with which street cuisine is made, and served.

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