Gillian Wearing, Claude and Gillian's shadow, 2017
Art & Photography /
Culture Talks

The All-Female Show Channelling Peggy Guggenheim’s Legacy

This week London’s Breese Little Gallery opens 31 Women, a celebratory exhibition modelled on Peggy Guggenheim’s prototype
Adel Abdessemed 'Bristow' 2016 Bold Tendencies Com
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Culture Talks

The Artist Using the Humble Pigeon to Reframe Violence

As a new book is released to document the significance of sculptural work Bristow, Adel Abdessemed reflects on its resonance
Image 2. Paolozzi, Real Gold 1972
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AnOther List

Paolozzi's Forays Into Fashion and Furnishings

As a major new retrospective opens at the Whitechapel Gallery, Holly Black examines the pop art polymath’s experimental approach to fashion, textiles and homewares
Lot 17 Robert Mapplethorpe, Bow and Arrow (est. £6
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In Pictures

Ten Studies in Sexuality from Sotheby’s Erotic Art Sale

As the auction house mounts a sale exploring passion and desire across the ages, Holly Black selects the most alluring lots in honour of Valentines Day
5 Credit Estate of Jo Brocklehurst
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Culture Talks

The Artist Who Captured the Essence of the 80s Club Scene

As a new exhibition of Jo Brocklehurst’s work opens at the House of Illustration, we talk to co-curator Isabelle Bricknall, the artist’s long-time friend and collaborator
Fashion & Beauty /
AnOther List

When Architecture Met Fashion in the Hands of Zaha Hadid

She was known as the Queen of the Curve for her architectural innovation, but Zaha Hadid’s vision extended to the body as well. We consider her extraordinary work in fashion, jewellery and footwear
93_Louise Nevelson
Fashion & Beauty /
AnOther Woman

Louise Nevelson: The Supreme Grandmother of Sculpture

Unapologetically arrogant and endlessly eccentric, we recall the brilliance and certitude of a great American artist who carved her own path within the male-dominated New York art scene
IMG_8773_grey credit Anton Rodriguez
Design & Living /
AnOther Book

Behind Closed Doors at London's Brutalist Barbican Estate

A new photo-book offers unprecedented access to the homes of some of the estate’s most devout residents – an ideal opportunity for architects, interior designers and voyeurs alike