Printed in North Korea

Nicholas Bonner, author of Printed in North Korea: The Art of Everyday Life in the DPRK, discusses the surprising visual culture of North Korea’s lino-cut prints    

Garçon Style

In a foreword to the new book Garçon Style by award-winning photographer Jonathan Daniel Pryce, Sir Paul Smith explains why photography and fashion have always gone hand in hand for him

RongRong’s Diary

Oliver Eglin examines a new book on the subversive Chinese photographer RongRong, a frequent collaborator in the radical artistic community Beijing East Village

The Naked Truth

Ceramic artist Eliza Hopewell discusses the importance of being naked, subverting the male gaze and the need for honesty on social media 

The Guy Behind the Colour

For over a decade Simon March has been quietly providing a radical, eco-friendly, handmade alternative to mass-produced paints

100 Sculptors of Tomorrow

In a foreword to the new book from Thames & Hudson – 100 SCULPTORS OF TOMORROW – art historian, critic and curator Richard Cork charts sculpture’s changing place in the art world

Parliament of Owls

Jack Latham’s latest book examines the secretive gathering of the San Francisco Bohemian Club and the characters on its fringes

Free Range 2019

Port spoke to the winners of Free Range 2019 on photography as a historical, political and social platform from which to cast their very particular gaze

Daido Moriyama: How I Take Photographs

In an excerpt from the new book on Japan’s leading photographer, Takeshi Nakamoto asks – who is the real Daido Moriyama?

Lonely Mountain: Dwyer Kilcollin

Why the American artist’s work is an unintentional, but substantial departure from the mainstream

She Persists

Port travels to the 58th Venice Biennale for the powerful, all-female exhibition from HEIST Gallery

The Ice Field, The Forest and The Stars

We travel to Brussels to experience the joint exhibition between Sophie Whettnall and Etel Adnan that explores the sublime wonder of the natural world

Mist from the Hill

Jem Southam reflects on his groundbreaking visual meditation on the industrialisation of the English landscape, The Red River

Peckham 24

As Peckham 24 opens its doors for its 4th edition, Emma Bowkett, director of photography at FT Weekend Magazine, discusses her new exhibition, the definition of community and the subtleties of language and narrative within photography

William Eggleston: 2 1/4

Oliver Eglin examines a new series of photographs taken by William Eggleston in small town 1970s America

Elf Dalia

Port’s photography director, Max Ferguson, discusses Maja Daniels new book – an otherworldly examination of lost language, photographic fragility and the occult