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Drawn from the British Museum's rich collection, 'Places of the Mind' is the first exhibition devoted to British landscape drawings and watercolours. Here we celebrate 60 works that have never before been either exhibited or published.

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The Kelmscott Press was disbanded after William Morris’s death over a century ago, but its ethos of making beautiful books accessible to all has inspired publishers, designers and printers ever since.

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We take a look at the iconic first ever Dior collection: 'New Look', launched in Paris in Spring 1947. This exclusive extract is taken from 'Dior Catwalk: The Complete Collections' – a treasure trove of couture inspiration featuring over 1,100 images.

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Bittersweet: Noma Bar

08 Jun, 2017

In an extract from his first career retrospective - which includes five thematic volumes of his work and an exclusive signed print - Noma Bar tells how the discovery of his favourite bookshop on Charing Cross Road contributed to his decision to move to London.

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Features

People Power

20 Apr, 2017

We take a look at the anti-war movement in Britain across the decades, which was the subject of a fascinating exhibition at the Imperial War Museum, London.

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A robust corrective to the notion of the 20th century as the age of abstraction, Timothy Hyman’s vision of modernism is as compelling as one of his paintings.

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The doyen of film critics, David Thomson, takes a trip across the television universe.

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Features

Bosch: The 5th Centenary Exhibition

13 Feb, 2017

The surreal, the comic and downright horrifying collide in the extraordinary paintings of Jheronimus Bosch. Following a year of celebrations, this book marked the Prado’s historic exhibition and the fifth centenary of the Netherlandish master’s death.

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Features

Bawa: The Sri Lanka Gardens

21 Feb, 2017

Getting even: How Geoffrey Bawa – architect to the world – was inspired by envy of his brother’s garden.

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Features

Art Deco Sculpture

20 Feb, 2017

From sinuous curves to machine-age lines, the shape of Art Deco sculpture held up a mirror to its turbulent age.

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