Prismatic: Royal Academy x Sunspel

Adam Waterton, head of the Royal Academy of Art’s library, reflects on the revolutionary 1766 theory of colour that inspired Sunspel’s new special collection

Gift to Kings: Lubaina Himid

George Upton travels to the south of France to meet British artist Lubaina Himid at her first solo exhibition since winning the Turner Prize

Werner Büttner: Humour in Darkness

Port speaks to artist Werner Büttner about growing up in East Germany, the experience of moving to West Berlin just before the wall fell, and his new show at the Marlborough Gallery

Sputnik Photos’s Lost Territories Archive

Lemma Shehadi reports from the inaugural Riga Biennial, highlighting the practice of a photography collective that examines the USSR’s legacy in Central and Eastern Europe

Chasing the Light: Marvin Rand

Port discovers the architectural photographer who immortalised Los Angeles’ iconic Modernist buildings

Photo London 2018

Port joined the bustle of photographers and art enthusiasts to pick out some highlights from the celebrated photography fair

Peckham 24

Port’s photography director introduces one of the most exciting events from a weekend devoted to photography in London

The Art of Protest: Mai 68

Fifty years on from the events of May 1968 in Paris, Jo Lawson-Tancred traces the graphic legacy of a protest that was felt around the world

Charleston House

Photographer Lee Robbins takes a rare look behind the scenes at the Bloomsbury group’s East Sussex retreat

Plastic Art: Mandy Barker

Award-winning photographer Mandy Barker discusses the submerged but ever-growing problem of plastic pollution in our oceans

Freshly caught mackerel on blotting paper

Photo Essay: Fish

Port and still life photographer Giles Revell go under to reveal the beauty beneath the waves

Falling into the Day: Christopher Nunn

Photographer Christopher Nunn speaks to Port about ‘Falling into the Day’, a photographic series examining the effects of Alzheimer’s on his friend David

Revisiting Peckham’s Radical Health Experiment 

Thomas Bolger speaks to multimedia artist Ilona Sagar about her latest exhibition Correspondence O, which focuses on the revolutionary Pioneer Health Centre in south London