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We sit down with Jenny Uglow, author of 'The Quentin Blake Book', to chat about the infinitely imaginative artist, his quill fashioned from a vulture’s wing feather, and his 'long, hilarious meals' with Roald Dahl.

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In this extract from ‘The Unseen Saul Leiter’, Michael Parillo, the book’s co-author and associate director of the Saul Leiter Foundation, offers an inside look at the extraordinary task of mining Leiter’s slide archives, which include at least 40,000 items.

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The enigmatic life of Vivian Maier

15 Sep, 2022

'She photographed Frank Sinatra, shoeshine boys, and a toddler with tears coursing down her cheeks. She photographed a fur coat, a pearled neck and a drunken brawl... All of this with a humanity, clarity and compositional force.'

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Introducing three stylish new reads to look forward to this season, available to pre-order now.

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'This is Tomorrow' explores a rich cast of visionary artmakers from the late 19th century to the present day, examining how their lives and work recorded, questioned and defined the 20th century. Here, author Michael Bird reflects on the book.

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We’re delighted to announce the publication of 'Love Lucian: The Letters of Lucian Freud 1939–1954' to mark the year that would have been the artist's centenary.

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Flavia Frigeri Selects

30 Jul, 2022

Art historian and National Portrait Gallery curator Flavia Frigeri recommends the Thames & Hudson books that have inspired her recently – including a trip to Venice with Peggy Guggenheim and an unconventional storybook from Andy Warhol.

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‘I keep saying to everyone, 'I didn't waste a minute all my life’’. From Vogue covers and Surrealist balls to a friendship with Picasso, Lee Miller’s remarkable and remarkably varied life included careers as a photojournalist, photographer, and model.

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5 Questions With Ekow Eshun

29 Jun, 2022

We catch up with 'In the Black Fantastic' author Ekow Eshun about cosmic paintings, stunning collages, and his wildest dreams for the future of Black art.

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Peter Blake’s Pop Art power

22 Jun, 2022

This extract from ‘Peter Blake’ explores the artist’s dynamic work, enduring influence and eclectic subjects – from Elvis Presley to Adam and Eve.

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