Celebrating the crafts and processes behind-the-scenes, Curtain Up shines a spotlight on the achievements of designers and makers from West End and Broadway productions from the last 40 years
Filling a series of vitrines with hundreds of everyday objects, Turkish author Orhan Pamuk has brought his Museum of Innocence to Somerset House. The result is a glimpse of both Istanbul and a love story at the heart of an intriguing novel
For his new exhibition at Riflemaker gallery in London, adman and artist Graham Fink documents the building sites of Shanghai, revealing both the demolition but also some of the intriguing stories left behind…
Uniform is behind one of a series of new £2 coin designs which will appear this year. Featuring a stylised image of soldiers from one of the country’s first ‘Pals Battalions’, the studio’s design honours the groups of men from “the commercial classes” that initially formed in Liverpool as part of Lord Kitchener’s First World War recruitment drive.
For a new exhibition, the V&A Museum of Childhood in London has worked with ad agency AMV BBDO to bring to life a set of imaginary friends, with help from some of the UK’s finest modelmakers…
Yotam Ottolenghi and design studio Here discuss their recent collaborations, the art of a good cookbook, and the importance of design to restaurants.
Antonia Wilson joins the team on the set of our exclusive photoshoot for this month’s issue, samples Saturn’s delicious treacle tart layer, and asks what’s on the current menu for food photography and styling
Ai Weiwei’s retrospective exhibition at the Royal Academy in London was one of the must-see shows of last year, and over 370,000 people visited it in the flesh. But if you missed out, don’t despair, as you can now view it online, via a 360 degree website commissioned by The Space and designed by AVM…
Coinciding with the announcement that Historic England has given listed status to 41 public artworks, a new show at Somerset House will examine the legacy of post-war public art. Paul Belford Ltd has created the posters for the exhibition which reference the press attention that many of these controversial projects received
Ai Weiwei’s largest Paris exhibition to date is not at one of the city’s famed galleries but the Bon Marché department store. We speak to the artist and the retailer about the show and how it came about