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27.6.17

Factory outlet: the art inspired by Joy Division and New Order

 

From an Ian Curtis doppelganger to works by Barbara Kruger and Scott King, the exhibition True Faith explores the Manchester bands’ visual legacy. Co-curator Jon Savage selects some of his favourites

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27.6.17

Winning entries in the iPhone photography awards 2017 – in pictures

 

The winning entries in the annual iPhone photography awards have been announced, chosen from thousands of entries submitted from around the world. The overall winner: children in Iraq playing against a a backdrop of oil wells set aflame by Isis

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27.6.17

Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy: 'I know there will be an attempt to silence me'

 

Her films about ‘honour’ killings and acid attacks won Oscars – and caused fury in Pakistan. How will her latest work, an uncompromising look at lives wrecked by the partition of India, be received?

When Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy was studying for her...

 
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27.6.17

Nurturing nature: how green features can make a positive impact on business

 

Defence Housing Australia’s latest development includes many natural features but will it inspire more businesses to take up biophilic design?

Wednesday is harvesting day on the rooftop garden at St Canice’s Church in Sydney’s Kings Cross....

 
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26.6.17

Georgia O’Keeffe, health food devotee: the pioneer of modernism’s favourite recipes

 

The American artist lived until she was 98 – and a new book of her favourite recipes might give some clues as to how

Georgia O’Keeffe was an icon of the American art world: a pioneer of abstract modernism, with boldly innovative paintings of flowers and...

 
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26.6.17

Former Paris stock exchange to be reborn as major new art museum

 

François Pinault, the billionaire luxury brand owner, will convert the 19th century Bourse de commerce into art museum with architect Tadao Ando

It is the latest chapter in the art-world rivalry of two of France’s richest businessmen: a saga of...

 
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26.6.17

From bullets to Botox – watch the 2017 Jarman award shortlist

 

The shortlist for the experimental film-making award, now in its 10th year, covers global warming, hyperventilation and the way we grieve through social media

One artist analysed the sound of bullets used by Israeli soldiers to kill two Palestinian teenagers;...

 
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