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The annual prize recognises the very best non-fiction writing on Russia.

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We have partnered with renowned art historians, critics and curators to tell the story of Ukraine’s history and peoples through the lens of its most important works of art and architecture.

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Inspiring reads for creatives

25 May, 2022

From the neuroscience of new ideas to kaleidoscopic visual sourcebooks, these reads are designed to refresh your perspective, bolster your creative courage and help spark something new.

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We journey behind the scenes of 'Flying Scotsman and the Best Birthday Ever', Michael Morpurgo and Michael Foreman’s upcoming celebration of the world’s most iconic locomotive.

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We've partnered with The Royal Opera House for a behind-the-scenes look at the world-famous venue.

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In one of her final interviews, Barbara Hepworth wished for ‘ten lifetimes to express the variations and subtleties which one lifetime can give.’ The one that she did live was far from ordinary, shaped in turn by artistic triumph, personal tragedy, and an ‘intrinsic will to life’.

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Amber Guinness Selects

23 Apr, 2022

‘A House Party in Tuscany’ author Amber Guinness recommends the Thames & Hudson books that have inspired her recently – including artful picks from David Hockney and Eric Ravilious, and ‘a glorious celebration of female creativity’.

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The Making of the Book: Mudlark’d

20 Apr, 2022

Precarious ladders, precious finds, and Edwardian women parachutists. We don our wellies and adventure behind the scenes of ‘Mudlark’d’ to discover what wig curlers, cufflinks and coins can reveal about centuries of everyday Londoners.

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Fresh books for spring

17 Mar, 2022

Add a splash of sunshine to your bookshelves with these artful celebrations of nature and inspirational guides to the great outdoors.

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No one is immune to creative demons – not even Michelangelo. But these demons needn’t defeat us! Creativity specialist Richard Holman explores ‘mindful distractions’, why your worst idea can be the best place to start, and what we can learn about creativity from one nun’s surprising screen prints.

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