When food inspired art, which in turn inspired food: Martin Parr’s new book Real Food is brought to life in a real food van, which will be parked at Somerset House until May 22.
Now in its second year, Photo London has filled Somerset House with photographs and installations, by over 480 artists from all over the world. Here’s our pick
In her first book for children, writer and illustrator Leanne Shapton gives voice to a selection of soft toys whose worries are not too dissimilar from our own.
Faber has revisited a selection of its poetry titles to bring the work of six writers together under its ‘Nature Poets’ banner – each with a new cover by one of the country’s leading printmakers
Duct tape, plastic bags, cardboard: they all play a crucial role in the home-made repairs featured in Ronni Campana’s photo series.
Once again, we are delighted to be partnering on the Bridgeman Studio Award. This year’s prize is a £1,000 book cover commission
The IBM 1401 and Alan Turing’s Pilot ACE (shown below) are among the computers featured in the series by photographer Docubyte and production studio Ink.
This June will see the third SohoCreate festival, bringing together the diverse community of the most creative square mile in the world, Soho. We talk to SohoCreate CEO Tom Harvey and its chair Sir John Hegarty about the aims of the festival and what makes Soho special, and reveal details of this year’s programme
Brecht Evens’ new comic book introduces Panther, a charming feline who comes to the aid of a young girl. But all is not as it first seems in this unsettling but wonderful graphic novel about growing up.
Like a relic from a latter day saint, possession of a hallowed smoking accessory once owned by the Nirvana frontman turned mild-mannered student Scott King into the rebel artist we know today