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July 22, 2014
Virginia Woolf: Reflections and The Souls of Others

The subject of a new exhibition at The National Portrait Gallery, curator Frances Spalding talks to us about investigating the author’s life, one marked “not by depression, but by courage, stoicism and humour”

July 21, 2014
The French Play: Bard-en-Seine

Offstage Theatre’s Cressida Brown is challenging traditional interpretations of Macbeth with a new production in the heart of Paris

July 18, 2014
Finding Vivian Maier: Charlie Siskel
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The filmmaker discusses his archaeological approach to reconstructing the character of reclusive street photographer Vivian Maier

July 17, 2014
Danh Võ: The Great Paradox

As the Vietnamese artist’s first UK solo exhibition, sponsored by BOSS, opens at Nottingham Contemporary, he talks to Nathan Ladd about paradoxical identities and the impact of history on the present

July 15, 2014
Venice Biennial 2014: Monditalia

Eleonora Usseglio Prinsi unravels the complex social and political themes in Monditalia at the Venice Biennale

July 14, 2014
The Man Who Fell To Earth: Sam Rockwell
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For over two decades Sam Rockwell has been blazing a trail through a huge range of films with eccentric and ever-cool style. Ian Parker talks influences and dance moves with an actor who is truly one of a kind. Photography Andreas Laszlo Konrath, styling Bruce Pask

July 10, 2014
Summer Books: Between Laziness and Labour

Taking inspiration from the words of E.M. Forster and H.W. Beecher, we present a selection of titles to stimulate your senses this summer

July 9, 2014
Vanley Burke: Out of the Shadows

Vanley Burke explains how he exposed the untold tales of adversity, resilience and perseverance of African Caribbean settlers, tales that he photographed, archived but also personified

July 8, 2014
GoodNES Gracious Wii: Christopher Taber’s Top 5
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The Analogue Interactive founder revisits his favourite games for Nintendo’s iconic console, the NES