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Pattern & Repetition

Science writer Philip Ball speaks on the intertwined relations of our brains and the patterns they perceive.

27/10/2016
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At Work With: Laurent Martin

A little more than a decade ago, Laurent Martin defected from the advertising world and retreated into an artist's life in rural Catalonia.

27/10/2016
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This Woman’s Work

In his latest book, The Kate Inside, photographer Guido Harari presents the audacious spirit and restless creativity of iconic singer Kate Bush.

27/10/2016
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Hans Ulrich Obrist

Kinfolk’s contributing editor Hans Ulrich Obrist has turned curatorial work into a work of art in itself.

27/10/2016
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Ruth Asawa

From internment to avant-garde art institute: the rare life story of Ruth Asawa, the “fountain lady” of San Francisco.

27/10/2016
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Breathing Space

Acclaimed Japanese artist Hiroshi Sugimoto discusses his new work on the self-inflicted demise of humanity.

27/10/2016
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Glyptotek

At Copenhagen’s Glyptotek, one expects the collection of classical antiquities and French and Danish masters to come alive in the early hours.

27/10/2016
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Theresa Traore Dahlberg

When Theresa Traore Dahlberg realized that she couldn’t relate to narratives about women in West African films, she decided to make her own.

27/10/2016
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Word: Trypophobia

More commonly known as the fear of holes, trypophobia is a word with both its etymology and experience rooted in the recesses of the internet.

27/10/2016
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On Procrastination

If good things come to those who wait, what happens to those who keep others waiting? A slightly overdue defense of procrastination.

27/10/2016
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Esperanza Spalding

Esperanza Spalding continues to challenge expectations and classifications—particularly her own.

27/10/2016
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The Shadow Self

Just as our bodies cast shadows on the ground, our conscious minds cast shadows over certain elements of our persona.

26/10/2016
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Hikari Yokoyama

With her impeccable eye and sense of entrepreneurialism, Hikari Yokoyama is charting her own course through the contemporary art world.

26/10/2016
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Amy Sall

Amy Sall reflects on her Senegalese heritage and how its physical reminders shepherd her sense of home—wherever she may be.

26/10/2016
Untitled (Window with Helmets), 2012;
From Remembered Light at Gagosian Gallery; Gelatin Silver Print, 8 x 10 inches; Edition of 5

Remembered Light

Sally Mann writes intimately of her relationship with Cy Twombly and the photographs she made of his studio before Twombly's death in 2011.

06/10/2016
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The Naturalist: Anita Calero

After four decades of pushing the boundaries of her creativity in New York, Anita Calero is following the call back home to her native Colombia.

08/06/2016
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A Day in the Life: Justin Peck

With his latest narrative ballet, “The Most Incredible Thing,” Justin Peck has attracted a fresh wave of followers to this classic art form.

08/06/2016
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Stuck in the Middle With You

It’s said that the journey matters more than the destination, but what if that passage involves the decimation of your personal space at 35,000 feet?

08/06/2016
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A Wandering Mind

More than physically transporting us to a new place, travel takes the mind into uncharted territory.

08/06/2016
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Neither Here Nor There

When we embark on journeys with translator apps and spaghetti piles of charger cords, where is it that we really go?

07/06/2016
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The Navigators: Seb Emina

The editor in chief of The Happy Reader and former Londoner revels in the adventure, romance and enduring mystique that comes with living in Paris.

07/06/2016
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