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Conor McDonnell, the 27-year-old Liverpudlian who shot Kim and Kanye's wedding and mentors Brooklyn Beckham, discusses turning his lens towards the most pressing subject of them all - the environment
As Frieze fever hits London, here's what not to miss during this year's annual art extravaganza
As the V&A's latest fashion-crowd pleaser, Tim Walker: Wonderful Things, opens in London, exhibition curator Susanna Brown discusses the bigger picture
Ahead of Goodwood Revival this weekend, Connolly England hosts an exhibition dedicated to the petrolhead's paradise with photography by Koto Bolofo
Burning Man is officially over. Aerial footage of the desert festival shows the beguiling beauty of Black Rock City
What to look forward to at London Design Festival this September, which brings the crème of creative innovation to the capital
In just five short years, fashion photographer Haris Nukem has gone from humble office worker to one of the UK’s most lauded contemporary artists, launching an exhibition entitled 'Faith' at Maddox Gallery.
Buckingham Palace celebrates 200 years since the birth of Queen Victoria
Isabel Getty, Sabrina Percy and Amber Le Bon on what makes Royal Ascot such a perennial staple on Britain's social calendar
London's buzzing art fair returns to Royal Hospital Chelsea for seven days of prestigious art and design
The popular architectural showcase at the Serpentine Gallery returns this year with a 'primitive and ancient' slate roof
A hundred years ago Bauhaus brought concrete, jumpsuits and design revolution to Western Europe. But was London ready for the revolt?
What does it take to be Takumi, the highest level of artisan in Japan?
Ahead of her first UK solo show next week, the Spanish artist discusses her pop culture idols, experimenting with fashion and the symbolic joy of colour
Oxford and Cambridge Universities are not only hotbeds of learning, they are also home to some distinctive and idiosyncratic customs and curiosities
His grandfather was close friends with Gandhi, while he himself went to Eton with Prince William; today Sacha Jafri is one of high society’s most in-demand artists, yet he has no agent and no dealer
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