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Making it Modern

Linda Nochlin, Aruna D'Souza
£35.00

A New Way of Seeing

Kelly Grovier
£20.00

Masterpieces

Christopher Lloyd
£20.00

Creative Demons and How to Slay Them

Richard Holman, Al Murphy
£16.99

How to Understand Art (Art Essentials)

Janetta Rebold Benton
£10.99

Art in Detail

Susie Hodge
£25.00

The Word is Art

Michael Petry
£30.00

Self-Reliance

Ralph Waldo Emerson, Jessica Helfand
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Editorial

Dr Ben Ware on how we can interpret Francis Bacon’s art philosophically.

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Take a look at the exciting new sculptures from '100 Sculptors of Tomorrow', the book that celebrates and sculpture and opens the definition of the medium.

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Kurt Beers, founder and director of Beers London art gallery, on finding the most exciting sculptors working today.

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There's more to this movement than melted clocks and bowler hats. We sat down with 'Surrealism' author Amy Dempsey to discuss one of the most popular art movements of the 20th century.

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When it comes to looking at pictures, where do you start? This is the question that Susan Woodford answers with deft candour in her ‘Art Essentials’ title, 'Looking at Pictures'. We sat down with Susan to discuss what people ‘need to know’ to enjoy art.

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We take an interactive, in-depth look at one of Pieter Bruegel the Elder's stunning paintings, 'Hunters in the Snow'.

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What links Stalin and the artist Rosso Fiorentino? What was Gauguin hinting at when he painted a copy of Milton’s 'Paradise Lost' into a portrait? Is it true that no one ever saw Picasso with a book in his hand?

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'Looking at Pictures' explores the origins, designs and themes of over one hundred pictures in order to artfully expand our appreciation. Read an exclusive extract below.

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

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For those not familiar with the art world, contemporary art – with its unlikely objects and impenetrable language – can seem alien and intimidating. In this interview, curators and authors of 'Who’s Afraid of Contemporary Art?' Kyung An and Jessica Cerasi do some helpful demystifying.

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