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Some of the most iconic fashion images of all time owe their existence to Peter Lindbergh. He single-handedly threw the world of fashion photography...

Vibrant and colourful strokes of blue and green flow across a canvas in twists and folds, adorned with multi-coloured patterns and prints. It is...

Towards the end of the 19th century, as the industrial revolution was in full throttle, buildings began to rise higher, and with the invention...

Lesley Lokko is an architect, academic and – somewhat incongruously – the author of ten best-selling novels. She is currently Head of School at...

At first glance, we frowned in confusion, then looked away, did a double take then squinted hard as we tried to figure out if...
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I don't have to tell you things are bad, everybody knows things are bad... This juggernaut of a film resonates now, as much as it...

Kerry James Marshall is a contemporary artist who uses his art to challenge both the notion of traditional western painting as well as the...

If paintings manifested into musical extrapolations; the celebrated Simon and Garfunkel 1964 folk classic would probably be the only sound required as a backdrop...