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Jojakim Cortis and Adrian Sonderegger painstakingly recreate iconic photographs and images of world-famous events using miniature, three-dimensional studio reconstructions. Bill Knight talked to them about how they do it, and why.

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As at ease in the lecture theatre as he is at the potter’s wheel, Dr Aaron Rosen’s mission is to make the history of art accessible to anyone with a questing mind - whether university student, young child or curious adult.

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Author Interviews

Hearts of Kindness

12 Apr, 2018

Joshua Cunningham, an adventure cyclist who rode from the UK to Hong Kong, recalls epic scenery, solitude, and the generosity of strangers.

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Author Interviews

Life in the Leonardo Business

03 Apr, 2018

Leading Leonardo scholar Professor Martin Kemp reflects on five decades of Da Vinci expertise, and shines a light into the art world’s darkest corners.

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Author Interviews

Space For Art: An Interview With Adrian George

28 Feb, 2018

Adrian George has produced art shows in bus shelters, white cube spaces, and community arts organisations, and with his book 'The Curator's Handbook' he turned his thoughts to the elements of good curation.

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Author Interviews

Niche Is Mainstream: A Q+A with King Adz

07 Feb, 2018

We asked ‘This is not Fashion’ author King Adz some quick-fire questions about his fascination with all things streetwear. Here’s what he had to say.

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Author Interviews

The End, Our Only Friend

27 Oct, 2017

Artist, writer and founder of the Morbid Anatomy blog, Joanna Ebenstein opens up about our relationship with the Grim Reaper

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Author Interviews

Licking History

12 Oct, 2017

Weird tales from forgotten nations fill a phantasmagorical stamp collection located in Norway.

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Author Interviews

Retail Tales: Shopping in the Digital Age

20 Sep, 2017

We live in a fascinating retail era. As the aftershocks from retail parks, Amazon and the ‘death of the high street’ reverberate, a recalibration of shops and their function seems to be taking place. From ‘Boxparks’ made of shipping containers to pop-up concession shops-within-shops, from lifestyle record/book/coffee stores to ad hoc hipster street stalls, there are untold experiments in getting people not just spending their money, but enjoying doing so.

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Author Interviews

The Prehistory Men

31 Aug, 2017

In the early 1980s, archaeologist Paul Bahn brought a group of visitors to the Pech Merle Museum of prehistoric art in the Lot valley, which at the time was curated by Michel Lorblanchet, a leading authority on Palaeolithic art. Some 30 years after that first meeting the idea for their book 'The First Artists: In Search of the World’s Oldest Art' was born. Here, these two leading lights discuss the oldest and, arguably, greatest art of all.

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