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As a new book and exhibition launched this week shows, the beguiling work of the American photographer Daniel Shea manages to seduce and disconcert in equal measure.
The exhibition 43-35 10th Street, runs at the Webber Gallery, London W1, 22 March to 4 May this...
Councils must recognise the creative and economic contribution that artists bring to their areas, writes Susan Rosenberg. Meanwhile John Keane wishes others enjoyed some of the attention lavished on Tacita Dean
In your editorial (19 March) about the artist Tacita Dean you...
‘He had been sold a vision of paradise and found himself in jail. His release was four days away – he didn’t know if he’d survive outside’
The boy in this photo was only a teenager, but he had been in prison for over a year. Like 80%...
Tate Britain, London Vegetable creatures dance endearingly amid the tiled garden Hamilton has built for her Duveen commission, The Squash, showing a grace some of the assembled sculptures lack
Nicely grouted white tiles cover the floor, giving the Duveen sculpture...
In a survey, 59% of women say they regularly stand in line for the loo, compared with 11% of men – the result of gender bias in architecture and design, plus a dose of prejudice and taboo
Have you ever been queueing to use a toilet when some woman has started...
From Jesus on a jukebox to a decadent backyard shrine, Bruce Wrighton’s vintage photographs taken in New York churches and barrooms explore how the sacred and the mundane collideContinue reading...
Two-thirds of architects in RIBA survey have had projects put on hold since EU referendum
Architecture has been hit badly by Brexit with more than two-thirds of UK architects reporting building projects put on hold since the referendum, according to a new survey....
Landscape architect Kongjian Yu is making ‘friends with water’ to mitigate extreme weather events in modern metropolises
How does a city cope with extreme weather? These days, urban planning that doesn’t factor in some sort of catastrophic weather...
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