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Editorial

The new book that situates the ancient routes against the landscapes that defined them and honours the astonishing diversity in the way cultures advance and flourish, not in spite of their differences, but because of them.

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Andy Friend will share newly discovered material revealing why Ravilious's larger network of inter-war artists were marginalised from the mainstream history of 20th century art, along with their influence over each other and the often over-looked significance of the women in the group, from their student days through to the Second World War.

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Join Whitney Chadwick, author of 'The Militant Muse' for a special talk about female friendship among the Surrealists.

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As NASA marked its sixtieth anniversary in October last year, we looked back at some of the most important milestones in spaceflight and discovery, taken from 'The History of Space Exploration'.

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Many of Magnum’s most renowned photographers have photographed China, returning time and again, their fascination growing in line with the country’s burgeoning accessibility and international influence. We take a look at some of the stunning photos from 'Magnum China'.

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In the House of Dior’s 70th anniversary year, 'Dior Catwalk' brought together for the first time all the collections, from Christian Dior’s first spectacular show in 1947 to Maria Grazia Chiuri’s debut in 2017. Adélia Sabatini, editor and co-author with Alexander Fury, talks about the detective work involved in unearthing rare photographs and the ways in which Dior’s iconic New Look has been interpreted by the couturier’s successors.

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For the 70th anniversary of the birth of Dior we took a look at the iconic first ever 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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Politics

People Power

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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