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Coming soon: Marr's Guitars

18 Apr, 2023

Introducing a stunning photographic presentation of the guitars that defined the distinctive sounds and style of Johnny Marr, with personal reflections and insights from the legendary guitarist himself.

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‘Pagans’ author Ethan Doyle White explores the rich Pagan festivals and rituals associated with Spring, from May Day to Wiccan celebrations.

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Delve into the lives and work of Surrealism’s major figures, including René Magritte, Frida Kahlo, Joan Miró, Max Ernst, Man Ray and Leonora Carrington.

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In this extract from ‘Scotland’s Forgotten Past’, Alistair Moffat explores the tragic, real-life inspiration behind J.M. Barrie’s classic children's story, which continues to entertain with Disney’s new Peter Pan movie ‘Peter Pan and Wendy’ due in 2023.

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A compact edition of this landmark publication, ‘Habitat’ celebrates humanity’s ability to create buildings that for millennia have responded ingeniously to cultural and environmental conditions.

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In this extract from ‘Red Carpet Oscars’, Academy Award-winning actress Cate Blanchett shares her personal experiences from Hollywood’s annual ‘night of nights’, where a dress is elevated to a ‘receptacle of memory’.

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In this extract from Thurstan Redding’s ‘Kids of Cosplay’, Tom Rasmussen explores the vast, vibrant cosplay community, whose ‘heart is not for sale’.

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Between 1664 and 1667, Vermeer created a set of paintings whose subjects ‘look us straight in the eye’. In this extract from ‘Vermeer’, accompanying the Rijksmuseum exhibition, Pieter Roelofs explores the striking effect of Girl With a Pearl Earring, Girl With a Red Hat, and more.

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The Arts and Crafts designer created such iconic patterns as Strawberry Thief – but William Morris’s abilities ranged far beyond textiles. In a kaleidoscopic life, he turned his hand to poetry, book design, environmentalism and more, dreaming of socialist utopias and even once considering life as a monk.

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In this extract from ‘William Klein: Yes’, David Campany explores the kaleidoscopic creativity of the late William Klein, one of the great image makers of the 20th century.

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