Look Inside The New York City AIDS Memorial Auction

Adam Pendleton, Nicolas Party, Dana Schutz, Jim Hodges, KAWS and other major artists donate work to a high-profile auction, benefitting the New York City AIDS Memorial

Look Inside The New York City AIDS Memorial Auction

Woman Made: Anna Karlin

US-based British designer Anna Karlin thinks all forms of design should tell a story. Here she discusses good design, the importance of fashion, and why she would have loved to have worked with Ray Eames

Woman Made: Anna Karlin

Woman Made: Dina Nur Satti

Dina Nur Satti draws inspiration from her Sudanese and Somali heritage, rooted in ideas of womanhood and community. We asked her about her ceramics

Woman Made: Dina Nur Satti

Woman Made: Jane Hall

Jane Hall is an author and founding member of Assemble, the UK-based, Turner Prize-winning collective. Here she tells us some of the things she learned about the world’s best women designers for her new book Woman Made

Woman Made: Jane Hall

Woman Made: Kim Colin

Anyone who needs to restore their faith in the industrial process need only look at Kim Colin’s work

Woman Made: Kim Colin

Woman Made: Lindsey Adelman

History, poetry, architecture and modernism inform Lindsey Adelman’s sculptural designs. She tells us about her work, the importance of being nice, and the perils of generalization

Woman Made: Lindsey Adelman

Woody of Sneaker Freaker magazine on Soled Out, the importance of the Air Max, the cringey side of old ads, and sneaker campaigns’ enduring appeal

The athletics shoe authority and author of our book on halcyon-era sneaker advertising, offers his perspective on the forces that shaped this golden age

Woody of Sneaker Freaker magazine on Soled Out, the importance of the Air Max, the cringey side of old ads, and sneaker campaigns’ enduring appeal

Woody of Sneaker Freaker magazine on how he turned his obsession for sneaker ads into Soled Out

The sneaker authority tells us how he went from receiving a few pairs of free shoes through to authoring the definitive book on sneaker advertising

Woody of Sneaker Freaker magazine on how he turned his obsession for sneaker ads into Soled Out

Woody of Sneaker Freaker magazine on Soled Out, sexism and sneaker endorsements

The athletics shoe authority and author of Soled Out, offers his take on star endorsements during the golden age of sneaker advertising

Woody of Sneaker Freaker magazine on Soled Out, sexism and sneaker endorsements

Woman Made: Aljoud Lootah

Aljoud Lootah is one of Dubai’s leading designers, creating work that embraces traditional Emirati silhouettes and injects them with modern elements. Here she tells us about her practice

Woman Made: Aljoud Lootah

Woman Made: Faye Toogood

Faye Toogood’s practice works across sculpture, furniture, and fashion for clients such as Carhartt, Hermès, and Comme des Garçons. Here she tells us about the intricacies of great design

Woman Made: Faye Toogood

Woman Made: Hella Jongerius

Famous for her colorful Polder Sofa for Vitra, Hella Jongerius’s designs vary wildly from handcrafted one-offs to cabin interiors for KLM. She explains her research-led methodology

Woman Made: Hella Jongerius

Noma tops the World’s 50 Best Restaurants list – for the fifth time!

The brilliant, hard working chef, René Redzepi, says he feels ‘electric’ to have topped the list once again

Noma tops the World’s 50 Best Restaurants list – for the fifth time!

An African Artists guide to the 1-54 Contemporary African Art Fair

Let our new book guide you through a few of the key artists whose work goes on show at 1-54 Contemporary African Art Fair London this week

An African Artists guide to the 1-54 Contemporary African Art Fair

All you need to know about Soled Out

Revel in Simon ’Woody’ Wood’s 720-page celebration of sneakers, as told through beautiful, vintage print advertising

All you need to know about Soled Out

Get all set for the Italian sweet life

Do your desserts tend to fall flat? Our new book The Italian Bakery provides a masterclass in how to makes things stick - brilliantly

Get all set for the Italian sweet life


Adam Pendleton questions American life in his new MoMA show

The artist explains how a sexual slur, and two separate protest movements informed his MoMA installation, Who Is Queen?

Adam Pendleton questions American life in his new MoMA show

African Artists and textiles

See some fantastic fabric artworks presented whole cloth in our new book, African Artists

African Artists and textiles

How photographers shifted the look of men’s fashion

The Men’s Fashion Book details the role photography has played in the ever-changing nature of men’s fashion

How photographers shifted the look of men’s fashion

This Hollywood home was made for a puppet master who can really pull some strings

The Henson House in LA pairs mid-century design with great views and sustainability

This Hollywood home was made for a puppet master who can really pull some strings

Modern Manners and hedonism

Big wine bottles and effervescent pain relief are among the vices advocated in our collection of articles from The Gentlewoman magazine

Modern Manners and hedonism

All you need to know about The Kitchen Studio

Discover how true artists love to cook in this collection of recipes from today's best-known artworld figures

All you need to know about The Kitchen Studio

Jim Hodges describes his new Phaidon/ Artspace edition and the processes by which his work unfolds

'I began filling vases with a variety of arrangements. We then shot dozens of images to create the seven selected floral still lives used for this project'

Jim Hodges describes his new Phaidon/ Artspace edition and the processes by which his work unfolds

The inventive leftovers in the Latin American Cookbook

With just a few precious ingredients, slaves managed to create some of this region’s most highly prized dishes

The inventive leftovers in the Latin American Cookbook

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