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As world powers realign their cultural, economic and political outlooks, there is no better time to consider Afro-Eurasia’s complex network of ancient trade routes.

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Take a look at three of the most important street photographers from 'Magnum Streetwise', an unmissable tour of Magnum's longstanding history in street photography. Words from 'Magnum Streetwise', edited by by Stephen McLaren.

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Enter the remarkable world of trees

07 Apr, 2020

Artists and botanists alike have been inspired by trees for centuries. 'Remarkable Trees' features a range of plants from the Kew archives. Take a look at some of these fascinating specimens in our photo essay.

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Author Catherine Lampert spent nearly forty years with Frank Auerbach, discussing the painter’s inspirations, methods and philosophy. We take a uniquely intimate look at one of Europe’s leading painters.

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Radiohead’s longtime collaborator and artist Stanley Donwood looks back, with his editor and book designer Darren Wall, on some of his best-known work for the band and Thom Yorke’s solo albums.

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Author Interviews

Interview: Simon Armstrong on 'Street Art'

07 Jan, 2020

Simon Armstrong on street art's complex relationship with graffiti, the law and the commercial art world.

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Extract: 'Archipelago'

27 Mar, 2020

'Archipelago: An Atlas of Imagined Islands' is a book edited by Huw Lewis-Jones in which a truly international range of leading illustrators visualise and create their own remote islands. Explore this panoply of astonishingly creative islands in this extract.

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Should we all be vegan?

06 May, 2020

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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Extract: 'The Pursuit of Art'

19 Sep, 2019

Read an extract from Martin Gayford's new book where he visits the museum island of Naoshima in Japan, a place where 'the building and the environment work together to 'wake up' the viewer'.

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Author Interviews

Interview: Martin Gayford on 'The Pursuit of Art'

07 Jan, 2020

Art critic and pilgrim Mark Gayford recounts some of the extraordinary journeys he has made in the name of art.

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