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Trevor Paglen’s Last Pictures

The artist’s selection of black-and-white photos aims to show future civilisations what life on earth was like Trevor Paglen’s Last Pictures

Christo on Stalinism, Van Gogh and his new work in London

The artist explains how he went from the Eastern Bloc to building an oil barrel pyramid on a lake in London Christo on Stalinism, Van Gogh and his new work in London

Raf Simons reworks a Chair that Matters for Design Miami

The Calvin Klein designer is showing his version of the I Feltri Chair at the design fair's Basel event Raf Simons reworks a Chair that Matters for Design Miami

We have a right to good buildings say Grafton Architects

Architecture should be less about objects and more about subjects, according to the Venice Biennale curators We have a right to good buildings say Grafton Architects

David Hammons’ ghost pier gets the go ahead

The NY Senate changed laws to OK the artist's tribute to Gordon Matta-Clark and a former gay meeting place David Hammons’ ghost pier gets the go ahead

Daniel Patterson remembers Anthony Bourdain

Patterson, Ferran Adrià and René Redzepi pay tribute to the US writer and TV presenter who died a few days ago Daniel Patterson remembers Anthony Bourdain

How Marvin Rand's photos inspired Theory's new collection

Creative Director Martin Andersson tells us how he drew upon the horizontal lines of the mid-century LA buildings photographed by Rand to create Theory's elegant new collection How Marvin Rand's photos inspired Theory's new collection

A different view of the RFK funeral train

A new show of vernacular photography marks 50 years since Bobby Kennedy's body was laid to rest A different view of the RFK funeral train

Martin Parr takes a British summer holiday - in March

The photographer went to the English seaside four months too early to shoot his 2018 Farah campaign Martin Parr takes a British summer holiday - in March

Why a 1965 Sottsass living room is being recreated in Basel

New show suggests that the Beat generation helped Ettore Sottsass break away from modernism Why a 1965 Sottsass living room is being recreated in Basel

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