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Art & Photography /
Culture Talks

The Artist Using Needle and Thread to Transform Found Photos

From embroidered colour spectrums to intricate geometric cut-outs, Julie Cockburn's awe-inspiring photographic manipulations grace no less than three major exhibitions this summer
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Culture Talks

Exposing North Korea Through Secret Photography

Armed with a hidden shutter-release and travelling on a stranger's passport, photographer Nathalie Daoust explains the measures she took to capture the mysterious underbelly of North Korean society
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Art & Photography /
Culture Talks

Never Before Seen Photographs by the Inimitable Diane Arbus

The Met Breuer's revelatory new show brings some of the seminal image-maker's earliest unseen work to light – and it's not to be missed
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Art & Photography /
Culture Talks

A Year and a Day in the Company of Bob Dylan

What is it like to spend 365 days documenting the life of the world's most influential musician? As his new book lands in stores, photographer Daniel Kramer tells the stories behind the images
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Art & Photography /
Photo Story

Inside Felicity Hammond's Photo-Sculptural Showroom

The contemporary British artist – who uses photography as a material, as opposed to a medium – talks AnOther through her latest installation
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Culture Talks

Considering the Nude in Feminist Art

We speak to the curators behind a compelling new exhibit celebrating and scrutinising representations of women, by women
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Culture Talks

Petra Collins on Collective Crying and Celebrity Culture

As her new photo exhibition 24 Hour Psycho opens in San Francisco, AnOther speaks to the artist to discuss the paradoxical power of finding strength in sadness
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Art & Photography /
Culture Talks

Reality and Representation: Martine Syms' Conceptual World

Ahead of her first London solo exhibition at the ICA, we speak with Martine Syms, the talented Los Angeles-based artist making waves with her unique musings on historiography, semiotics and contemporary culture
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Art & Photography /
In Pictures

The Hedonistic Life and Works of Artist Dash Snow

AnOther explores the first London solo exhibit of Snow's provocative oeuvre, comprised of rare Polaroids, collages, prints and sculptures
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Art & Photography /
In Pictures

The Astonishing Artistry and Aesthetics of African Masking

Photographer Phyllis Galembo travelled across west and central Africa documenting the tradition of masking for a fantastic new book
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Design & Living /
In Memoriam

An Ode to Claude Parent, Father of Oblique Architecture

On the sad news of the radical French architect's passing this weekend, aged 93, we celebrate his immeasurable influence on the medium