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How Jean Seberg made cinematic history in Bonjour Tristesse:
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The designer turning bodily fluids into fashion: via
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Soft, temporary sculptures inspired by the windows of a Danish patisserie:
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Mythic, erotic jewellery created by Rome-based designer Joanne Burke:
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How Jean Seberg – who would have turned 80 today – became the face of the French New Wave:
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Five highlights from the ’s new interiors exhibition:
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Why Frida Kahlo was best photographed by women:
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What does the future of photography look like? Exploring the work of 10 emerging image-makers:
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David Lynch’s book of nudes is as mysterious as you’d expect:
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AnOtherMagazine Nov 12
Haunting nude photographs evading time and space:
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Inside Mexico City’s Blue House, where was born, lived and died:
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Five things we wanted to buy at (and where to hang them):
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A tour of the world via 10 magnificent works of art:
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Designer Ludovic de Saint Sernin reminisces on childhood summer holidays:
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Having adapted 13 of her classic songs for a new album, Warzone, Yoko Ono offers philosophical answers to our questions:
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AnOtherMagazine Nov 12
“I tried to show the contrasts between the old Tbilisi and the modern funky city, this contradiction was right up my street” – Martin Parr on Tbilisi:
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AnOtherMagazine Nov 11
“I was often invited to go with Cartier-Bresson when he went out shooting, and so I was the little girl with the big Rolleiflex camera, and he was big tall man with a little Leica up to his nose” – Marilyn Stafford on a life spent telling people’s stories:
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AnOtherMagazine Nov 11
Places to plan a city break around, and the art you should hunt down once there:
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Warm your soul, lift your home and welcome the darkest season with the season’s finest candles:
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“I am my own biggest collector” – In conversation with Christo, the artist who wraps islands:
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