Robert Mapplethorpe and the tale of two American Flags

To celebrate Independence Day we look at the two Stars and Stripes images that bookend our Mapplethorpe monograph

Robert Mapplethorpe: American Flag, 1977. (c) Robert Mapplethorpe Foundation Inc.

Destination Food – The Nordic Region

Transport your taste buds with some simple snacks and ambitious dishes inspired by the Nordic Region’s unique, and delicious combination of ingredients

View from the Hurtigruten ferry boat, northern Norway, spring 2013. Photography by Magnus Nilsson

Art = Place

Our new book Art = doesn’t just explore 6,000 years of art history via 800 works from The Met’s collection. Its glossary is also filled with fascinating facts and connections. In our new series, we examine how location can be key in artistic creation

Ranjani Shettar, Seven Ponds and a Few Raindrops, 2017, muslin, stainless steel, tamarind, natural dyes. From the Indian art pages of Art =

How to watch Phaidon chefs’ cookery classes

Want to make pasta like Massimo, or uncover Jp McMahon’s Irish cookery secrets? You can right now, via your nearest screen

The Irish Cookbook author JpMcMahon

The New York Times loves Korean Art from 1953: Collision, Innovation, Interaction

America’s paper of record describes our new book as 'the most significant English-language overview yet of modern and contemporary art on the peninsula'

Korean Art from 1953: Collision, Innovation, Interaction

Art = Rebellion

Our new book Art = doesn’t just explore 6,000 years of art history via 800 works from The Met’s collection. Its glossary is also filled with fascinating facts and connections. In the first of a new series, we locate the rebellious streak at the heart of so many art movements

Grete Stern, Sueño No. 1: “Articulos eléctricos para el hogar,” c.1950, gelatin silver print. From the Surrealism entry in Art =

Destination Food - Mexico

Transport your taste buds with some simple snacks and ambitious dishes inspired by Mexico's Mediterranean, Arab and Jewish influenced fantastic food culture

From Mexico: The Cookbook

Adriano Rampazzo's Lockdown Life

Our Signature Dishes illustrator has been catching up on Sopranos and Boardwalk Empire box sets, playing his old vinyl and cooking, cooking, cooking!

Adriano Rampazzo - Locked Down Life in Brazil

Where’s the beef in Irish cuisine?

The Galway chef, author and food scholar Jp McMahon on the history behind Irish cattle

Beef ribs in stout, as featured in The Irish Cookbook

Great Women Artists whose partners were 'also artists'

Krasner, Carrington and Claudel all had famous husbands - but did it help or hinder them?

First Bathroom / Women Standing (1978) by Laurie Simmons, from Great <s>Women</s> Artists

Destination Food - Cuba

Transport your taste buds with some simple snacks and ambitious dishes inspired by the country's many cultural influences

Cuba: The Cookbook. Photography by Louise Morgan

Love, Rihanna: Luxury Supreme - The Making of an Iconic Book

It takes five people a total of four days to make each copy of this incredible new limited edition visual biography, designed by The Haas Brothers and Barnbrook Studio and hand signed by Rihanna herself!


Bruce Mau Know How - A Methodology to Inspire Action

Design isn't just making things look good. Freed from its visual definition it can become a method for leadership

A spread from Bruce Mau: MC24

David Dawson's Lockdown Life

Lucian Freud's former assistant turned Archive Director has been making some rather nice paintings in the Welsh hills these past few months. . .

David Dawson's latest paintings in the Welsh Hills

Destination Food - Turkey

Transport your taste buds in the first of a new summer series with some simple snacks and ambitious dishes from The Turkish Cookbook

From The Turkish Cookbook

Reem Kassis' Lockdown Life

Our Palestinian Table author has become a fan of The Great British Baking Show, pasta making with the kids, and has been reminded of her own teenage days of shuttered schools in Jerusalem

Reem Kassis

Stephen Harris' Lockdown Life

The award winning founder chef of The Sportsman has been spending time writing his first, Gothic, novel and enjoying the slower pace of life

Stephen Harris - Lockdown Selfie

Nigel Cooke's Lockdown Life

'Since we’ve been in lockdown, I’ve found it easier to work at night. The darkness of night somehow unifies what's outside the window,' the painter says in our interview

Bring on the night - Nigel Cooke in his Canterbury studio

Leah Koenig's Lockdown Life

Our Jewish Cookbook author has morphed into hiking guide and IT Girl, and has ensured the family eats together every night in this challenging time (she is SO looking forward to the most leisurely brunch ever. . . )

Leah Koenig and husband Yoshie on one of thier family hikes out of Brooklyn

Fabien Baron's Lockdown Life

'I start my day, alone with the company of the sunrise, the sound of the waves, the occasional dolphin or seal. There’s never anyone else around. It’s cold and often windy but I breathe in every second of it, and take my pictures'

Fabien Baron's Lockdown Life photograph for Phaidon

All you need to know about Materialising Colour

Our new book reveals how Giulio Ridolfo takes inspiration from nature, pop culture and traditional craft to help Kvadrat find the colours for its collections

Materialising Colour

John Pawson's Lockdown Life

Britain's best minimalist is loving the long hair and not shaving - and he's been working on some very cool furniture and objects in the last few weeks

John Pawson in lockdown - by no means a shadow of his former self

Bruce Mau Know How - Make Fact-Based Optimism Your Mantra

The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams - Bruce Mau has a way to help you dream smarter

A spread from Bruce Mau: MC24

Martin Parr's Lockdown Life

We've been catching up with the stars of Phaidon books and finding out what they've been doing all day

Martin Parr in his bathroom May 2020

All you need to know about Art =

Our groundbreaking book, made with The Metropolitan Museum of Art, heralds a fresh and unconventional approach to exploring 6,000 years of art history

Art =

Bruce Mau Know How - Your 3-Minute Manifesto

We all have an image of a more abundant and equitable world we'd like to live in - Bruce Mau is here to show us how to make it a reality

A spread from Bruce Mau: MC24

Watch Jeanne Gang talk about the Flow in her buildings

Learn how she makes smooth geometries work together to make visitor movements poetry in motion

Studio Gang, Richard Gilder Center for Science, Education, and Innovation at the American Museum of Natural History, New York, New York, USA, estimated completion: 2022. Picture credit: MIR. In addition to bringing daylight deep into the building, the dramatic openness of the Central Exhibition Hall is designed to make the museum’s offerings and work easily visible and accessible from many different points and to facilitate easy navigation between them.

INTERVIEW: Stephen Shore: 'The current moment recontextualises the photos in American Surfaces'

In the third and final part of our interview with the photographer, he talks about some of the people in the book, rediscovering new/old photos and his favourite shot

New York City, New York, September–October 1972. © Stephen Shore. Courtesy 303 Gallery, New York

Why Bruce Mau's new book is exactly what we need right now

The designer is out to change the world - and he's just given us the tools to help him do it

Bruce Mau: MC24

Watch Jeanne Gang talk about the rhythm in her buildings

Architecture is an unmoving, monumental art, but that doesn't mean it doesn't have rhythm. Watch as the acclaimed architect draws your attention to the sun patterns moving across the face of her buildings

Studio Gang, Aqua Tower, Chicago, Illinois, USA, 2010. 
The Aqua Tower’s floor plates were shaped to give residents sight lines to specific Chicago landmarks as well as to provide solar shading and help break up the wind. The cantilevered, curvilinear slabs produce an elevation with variegated light and shadow as well as the appearance of undulating movement when seen from below. Steve Hall © Hall + Merrick

Soviet Space Dreams: It's Not Rocket Science (Actually, It Is)

How the reclusive rocket scientist, mathematician and writer Konstantin Tsiolkovsky shaped the USSR's space race

From Soviet Space Graphics

Sorry if we messed up your love life Selena!

Gomez says our Rihanna book is too much distraction when guys come round

Selena Gomez - pic courtesy Selena's instagram

5 Phaidon Quarantinis to shake up at home!

Whether it's the taste of the French countryside or a higher meditative plane, for your next Zoom party serve a cocktail that truly takes you out of your lockdown locale

An illustration from Regarding Cocktails

Art & Hope: Kim Whanki's abstract answer to oppression

This Korean modernist orchestrated a beautiful harmony on the canvas - even while his identity was under threat

Kim Whanki - 10-VIII-70 #185 (‘Where, In
What Form, Shall We Meet Again’ series)

INTERVIEW: Stephen Shore: 'I didn’t like getting criticism but it didn’t cause me to doubt what I was doing'

In part two of our American Surfaces interview Shore talks about Instagram culture, a trip to New Orleans with William Eggleston and what Nan Goldin told him

William Eggleston - Memphis 1972. © Stephen Shore. Courtesy 303 Gallery, New York

Wolfgang Tillmans enlists famous friends to help Corona-closed clubland

Elizabeth Peyton, Luc Tuymans, Elmgreen & Dragset, Gillian Wearing, Marlene Dumas, Thomas Ruff, Seth Price, Isa Genzken, Mark Leckey and Andreas Gursky will sell print posters to help locked down clubs, gig venues and bars

Wolfgang Tillmans photographed at his 2017 Tate retrospective by Mat Smith


INTERVIEW: Stephen Shore: 'I wanted to find America, but I think I was finding myself too'

In part one of an extensive three part interview to celebrate the expanded edition of American Surfaces, the legendary photographer reflects on a series of images that changed the way we look at photography

Mineral Wells, Texas, June 1972. © Stephen Shore. Courtesy 303 Gallery, New York

How slick thinking on city design can stop future pandemics

The downsides of density are obvious when contagion strikes. Shaping Cities in an Urban Age has a fascinating tale of one simple fix

Times Square, New York, photo by Beth Dixson from Shaping Cities

Eric Fischl on Art School, 80s New York, and His New Artspace Limited Edition Print

Learn how anger, arrogance, suspicion, and curiosity led the painter to pick up an iPad and create a great new work

Eric Fischl - photographed by Ralph Gibson

How two completely isolated restaurants came up with very different cuisines

As if we needed reminding right now, sometimes, being far from the crowd helps. These two restaurants made a virtue of very different remote locations

The Capri, Marfa, Texas

Philip Johnson and Friends: Andy Warhol

“It was joked about Andy that he would ‘attend the opening of an envelope’ — and so might Philip, if only the name on the envelope were interesting enough"

Andy Warhol with Philip Johnson (back) at the Glass House, winter 1964-65, photograph by David McCabe, courtesy of the Glass House

Soviet Space Dreams: Pioneers, Trailblazers and Eternal Optimists

Many of the artists who illustrated the celebrated Soviet-era space magazines had already enjoyed a glittering first act - in the skies and heavens above mother Russia

Outlook, issue 4, 1976, ‘Yuri Gagarin: Let’s Go!’, illustration by S. Alimov. The first track on the magazine’s accompanying flexi-disc record was a recording by Gagarin titled ‘Planet Earth is Beautiful’.

The Phaidon Nutri Blast - Harvest Salad Sandwiches

This quick Italian lunch, as featured in The Vegetarian Silver Spoon, is a great dish to make while working from home

Harvest salad sandwiches, as featured in The Vegetarian Silver Spoon

Art & Hope: Yoshitomo Nara’s love of music

A look at the ways in which artists offer us hope. Here’s how a childhood trek to buy a 45, café culture and The Ramones instilled a love of art in a young mind

Yoshitomo Nara - Banging The Drum album cover for Bloodthirsty Butchers, picture courtesy Sony Entertainment

The Phaidon Nutri Blast – Parm Butter, Fried Egg and Asparagus Toast

Start your day by spoiling yourself with this nutritious, fancy looking, but easy to make, meal from our book Toast

Parm Butter, Fried Egg and Asparagus Toast, from Toast

Phaidon’s 15 Minute Art Lesson - The Point and Pitfalls of Art by E. H. Gombrich

Elevate your appreciation of fine art via this long read from the most famous art book of them all - The Story of Art

Albrecht Dürer, Hare, 1502

Soviet Space Dreams: ET and the USSR

Our new book, Soviet Space Graphics, reminds us how even the most fantastic of visions can’t help but show a little of their time and place

Technology for the Youth, issue 3, 1955, illustration by N. Kolchitsky

The Phaidon Nutri Blast: Pea and Mint Soup

Getting livid with the lockdown? Then give yourself a little meal-time lift with this easy, healthy, simple recipe

Pea and mint soup, from The Great Dixter Cookbook

Philip Johnson and friends: Alfred Barr

The inaugural MoMA director shaped Johnson’s tastes - the architect repaid him by donating paintings by Paul Klee, Willem de Kooning, Jasper Johns and Andy Warhol to the museum

Philip (left) and Alfred H. Barr, Jr. (right), Lake Maggiore, Italy, April 1933. From Philip Johnson: A Visual Biography

Phaidon's 15 Minute Art Lesson - How Freeze Introduced the YBAs to the World – by Bruce Altshuler

Guerrilla tactics, showmanship and commercial acumen helped Damien Hirst and friends change art history

Freeze, London, 1988. From Biennials and Beyond: Exhibitions That Made Art History: 1962-2002

Art & Hope: Jonas Wood’s tender, loving home life

A look at the ways in which artists offer us hope. Here’s how the LA painter locates love in domesticity

Shio and Robot (2008) by Jonas Wood

Phaidon's 15 Minute Art Lesson - Impressionism and The Great Outdoors – by Carla Rachman

Do you miss the smells, sounds and sensations of the outside? Then thank Monet and the other artists who brought them into the gallery

Boulevard des Capucines (1873) - Claude Monet

Why does Yoshitomo Nara’s girl have a knife in her hand?

Our new book on this Japanese contemporary artist tells the fascinating story behind Nara’s best-known work

The Girl with the Knife in Her Hand, 1991, acrylic on canvas, 59 1/4 × 55 1/8 in. (150.5 × 140 cm), collection of Vicki and Kent Logan, fractional and promised gift to the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. Courtesy and © Yoshitomo Nara

The Phaidon Nutri Blast - Acai Bowl

This Brazilian dish from Breakfast: The Cookbook is a great way to start the day

Açai bowl, as featured in Breakfast: The Cookbook

Phaidon's 15 Minute Art Lesson - How Abstract Expressionism made NYC the centre of the art world – by Morgan Falconer

Discover how Surrealism, primitive art and plenty of drips helped establish New York as the preeminent art town

A spread from our Jackson Pollock Phaidon Focus book

Soviet Space Dreams: Underwater Socialism

Our new book, Soviet Space Graphics, recalls a time when Russian popular science magazines flirted with fiction

Knowledge is Power, issue 5, 1960, illustration by N. Grishin for the article ‘Flying Like Birds, Swimming Like Fish’, from Soviet Space Graphics: Cosmic Visions from the USSR

Philip Johnson and Friends: Jackie O

JFK's widow was a great friend of the architect but what was the key work of his that she never visited - and why?

Philip Johnson with Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, New York, December 1983. Harry Harris/AP/Shutterstock

Phaidon’s Upskill Sessions - How to Make a Really Good Martini

Self-isolation isn’t an end to self-improvement. Use this time to master those skills normal life got in the way of

A martini; photograph by Ralf Roletschek (roletschek.at) via Wikimedia Commons

Soviet Space Dreams: Spreading Communism from the Moon

Our new book, Soviet Space Graphics, recalls a time when Russian popular science magazines flirted with fiction

Technology for the Youth, issue 2, 1959, illustration by B. Dashkov for the article ‘What Would a Space Station on the Moon Look Like?’ Image courtesy of  The Moscow Design Museum, from Soviet Space Graphics

Phaidon’s Upskill Sessions - How to Make Authentic Tortillas

Self-isolation isn’t an end to self-improvement. Use this time to master those skills normal life got in the way of

Corn tortillas, from Tu Casa Mi Casa

The Great Dixter Guide to Creating a Kitchen Garden: Get Planning

Aaron Bertelsen knows how to grow great, fresh produce almost anywhere. This is how you can follow his lead

A simple container garden, as featured in Growing Fruit & Vegetables in Pots

Phaidon’s Upskill Sessions - How to Make a Great Burger

Self-isolation isn’t an end to self-improvement. Use this time to master those skills normal life got in the way of

Gallery of Burgers by Jeff Vespa

Phaidon's 15 Minute Art Lesson - Sex and the Viennese Secession – by Peter Vergo

Read how Klimt and Schiele, both of whom died in the Spanish Flu pandemic, shook up European art and sex

The Kiss (1907–08) by Gustav Klimt. As reproduced in Art in Vienna 1898-1918

Mapplethorpe’s Muses - Andy Warhol

In his photographs, Mapplethorpe highlighted something serene and almost saintly in Warhol's final years

Robert Mapplethorpe: Andy Warhol, 1986. All photographs (c) Robert Mapplethorpe Foundation Inc

The Phaidon Nutri Blast - Panzanella

This healthy Tuscan salad, as featured in The Silver Spoon Classic, is a great dish to make while working from home


Phaidon’s Upskill Sessions - How to Cook the Perfect Steak

Self-isolation isn’t an end to self-improvement. Use this time to master those skills normal life got in the way of

Giuseppe d’Ambrosio turns up the heat in Big Mamma Cucina Popolare

The Phaidon Nutri Blast – Macaroni and Roasted Cauliflower Bowl

Feeling a bit low today? Then treat yourself to some simple and nutritious comfort food from Vegan The Cookbook

Macaroni and Roasted Cauliflower Bowl, from Vegan: The Cookbook

Phaidon's 15 Minute Art Lesson - Picasso and Cubism – by E. H. Gombrich

Read how primitivism and playfulness led to one of the most important artistic developments of the 20th century

Pablo Picasso, in front of his painting The Aficionado, at Villa les Clochettes, Sorgues, France, summer 1912. This image is in the public domain

Mapplethorpe’s Muses - Patti Smith

Find out more about the tender link that bound the photographer to his first lover and friend to the end

Robert Mapplethorpe: Patti Smith, 1987. (c) Robert Mapplethorpe Foundation Inc. This image appeared on the cover of Smith's 1988 album, Dream of Life

Phaidon’s Upskill Sessions - How to Make a French Baguette

Self-isolation isn’t an end to self-improvement. Use this time to master those skills normal life got in the way of

Baguettes, as featured in The Larousse Book of Bread

Phaidon's 15 Minute Art Lesson - Andy Warhol's Voice - by Glenn O'Brien

The Warhol confidant and Interview magazine editor remembers how Andy said everything by saying almost nothing

Stephen Shore: Andy Warhol on fire escape of the Factory, 231 East 47th Street, 1965-7. All images from Factory: Andy Warhol by Stephen Shore

The Phaidon Nutri Blast – Turmeric Smoothie

Get yourself a quick, delicious nutritious lift with this easy recipe from our book, Raw

Tumeric smoothie (centre left, rear) from Raw

Mapplethorpe’s Muses - Javier Gonzalez

Discover the story behind photographer Robert Mapplethorpe’s Spanish assistant and model

Javier (1985) by Robert Mapplethorpe

Phaidon's 15 Minute Art Lesson - Why Art Gives Us Hope - by Alain de Botton

Self-isolation is an opportunity for self-improvement. So elevate your fine art appreciation without leaving your sofa with this new series of long reads from our best selling books

Henri Matisse, Dance (II), 1909, public domain. As featured in Art as Therapy

Phaidon’s Upskill Sessions- How to make Fresh Egg Pasta

Self-isolation isn’t an end to self-improvement. Use this time to master those skills normal life got in the way of

Fresh egg pasta being made in a pasta machine, as featured in The Silver Spoon Classic

The Phaidon Nutri Blast – Beet and Fennel Gazpacho

This quick, healthy dish, as featured in The Vegetarian Silver Spoon, is great to make while working from home

Beet and Fennel Gazpacho, as featured in The Vegetarian Silver Spoon

Mapplethorpe’s Muses - John McKendry

Read how the photographer immortalised the last day of the man who helped him in his photography career

Robert Mapplethorpe: John McKendry, 1975. All photographs (c) Robert Mapplethorpe Foundation Inc

The Phaidon Nutri Blast – Traditional Lamb Stew

Stuck at home and stuck for something to cook? Then try this easy, hearty recipe from The Irish Cookbook


How to set up a windowsill herb garden according to Aaron Bertelsen

Wherever you are for the next few months, Spring is in the air, so it's time to enliven your culinary routine

A small container herb garden. All pictures from Growing Fruit & Vegetables in Pots by Aaron Bertelsen

Massimo Bottura is offering free cookery lessons via Instagram

The chef’s new Kitchen Quarantine series is a fun, useful way to share his skills with a world in lockdown

Massimo Bottura sharing his culinary skills via Instagram

Mapplethorpe’s Muses - Phillip Prioleau

We focus on a few of the photographer’s favourite models, including the lover he put on a pedestal

Robert Mapplethorpe: Phillip Prioleau, 1979. (c) Robert Mapplethorpe Foundation

The Phaidon Nutri Blast - Winter Salad with Mustard Dressing

Fresh, seasonal vegetables, easily prepared, with an Italian twist from The Vegetarian Silver Spoon. This is a great dish to make while working from home

Winter Salad with Mustard Dressing, from The Vegetarian Silver Spoon

Philip Johnson, the AT&T Building, and a fling with postmodernism

Here’s how the mercurial Mr. Johnson first launched, then abandoned a major 20th century architectural movement

Portrait of Philip posing with a model of his newly designed AT&T Building, May 1978. As reproduced in Philip Johnson: A Visual Biography

Mapplethorpe’s Muses - Lisa Lyon

We focus on a few of the photographer’s favourite models, beginning with this female bodybuilder friend

Robert Mapplethorpe: Lisa Lyon, 1982. (c) Robert Mapplethorpe Foundation Inc

The Phaidon Nutri Blast - Bircher Muesli

Invented by a Swiss doctor, and a favourite of Great Dixter’s Aaron Bertelsen this is the way to start your day of working from home

Bircher museli, from Grow Fruit & Vegetables in Pots

Adrián Villa Rojas staged a global rebirth on an Istanbul island

The artist turned the site of one failed world into a beautiful, dreamlike installation staged after the fall of mankind

Adrián Villar Rojas, The Most Beautiful of All Mothers, 2015. Cement, resin, white polyurethane paint, lacquer, stratified organic, inorganic, human and machine-made matter collected in Istanbul, Kalba, Mexico City and Ushuaia. Installation view on the shore of Leon Trotsky’s former house on Büyükada Island, 14th Istanbul Biennial, 2015. Artwork © Adrián Villar Rojas

Jp McMahon on what to cook for St. Patrick’s Day

Tomorrow's parades might be cancelled and the supermarket shelves may be thinning out, but that’s no reason not to celebrate Irish heritage

The Irish Cookbook author JpMcMahon

When the Cold War went Sci-Fi

Our new book, Soviet Space Graphics offers an alternate, spacey look at the rise and fall of the Iron Curtain

Technology for the Youth, issue 1, 1964, illustration by S. Lefterev for the article ‘Morning in the “Astrocity”’, depicting a futuristic scenario of space transportation within a cosmodrome. All images from Soviet Space Graphics; images courtesy of the Moscow Design Museum

Take a road trip back to the 1970s with Stephen Shore

Travel in retro style with Shore, via his newly updated book, American Surfaces

Amarillo, Texas, July 1972. All photographs by Stephen Shore, from American Surfaces

Splendid isolation - 5 places we wouldn't mind holing up in

See how some self-isolate in these beautiful homes featured in Living on Vacation

Árborg House, PKdM Arkitekta, (2009), Árborg, Iceland

All you need to know about Robert Mapplethorpe

Discover the enduring appeal of this wildly inventive photographer via our expertly curated, beautifully bound book


Philip Johnson and the making of the Seagram Building

Mies’s masterpiece might never have towered over NYC, had Johnson not put in some skillful, social groundwork

Mies van der Rohe with Philip Johnson, Seagram Building, 375 Park Avenue, New York, 1954–8; exterior view at dusk. Picture credit: © 2013 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn

Ana Roš on her first (and worst) ever recipes!

The chef and Phaidon author tells the Financial Times about her culinary triumphs and tragedies

Ana Roš. All photographs by Suzan Gabrijan

Want to be in JR’s new children’s book? Then write to him here!

The artist and Phaidon author is gathering together 100 portraits of people aged one to 100 from around the world

JR

Philip Johnson, the Glass House, and its dark secrets

Though Mies van der Rohe’s influence is undeniable, this weekend retreat was not without some hidden depths of its own...

View from the south-east of the Glass House, New Canaan, Connecticut, 1949. © Ezra Stoller/Esto

Make your own kitchen garden, more or less anywhere!

Aaron Bertelsen, Great Dixter's gardener and cook, guides us through the foundation of a fertile container garden

Aron Bertelsen's container kitchen garden at Great Dixter. All photographs by Andrew Montgomery

The wild styles behind Charles Moore’s last home

Take a look at the eclectic house where this PoMo proponent felt truly at home

Charles Moore: Moore House, Austin, Texas, USA, 1984. © Charles Moore Foundation

One thing not to miss in Reykjavík

The city’s leading art gallery, i8, is one of the many highlights in our new Wallpaper* City Guide

i8 Gallery, Reykjavík, as featured in our new Wallpaper* City Guide

What should we expect from the new Wes Anderson and Steven Spielberg films?

Annie Atkins has worked on The French Dispatch and West Side Story. Here’s how she engages with each director

A still from The French Dispatch by Wes Anderson