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Art In The Club: Berghain’s walls welcome transcendence

Berghain’s new book invites you to take a closer look at the art that lines the Berlin club’s notorious, decadent depths


LAW Magazine unearths
everyday beauty

We visited LAW Magazine’s offices to learn about their “extremely personal” approach to publishing and how they’re using everyday Britain to redefine style


Lasting Imprint: Márcio Matos and the unmistakable image of Príncipe

All of Príncipe’s trademark artwork is handled by one of the label’s four founders, Márcio Matos. We spoke to him on individuality, fun, and independence


Eddie Peake:
Sex, pop culture and cultural dissonance

With the opening of his ambitious Barbican exhibition, Eddie Peake advocates cultural incongruity and sexual sincerity


The Warm Physicality of Rough Music

With the cold detachment of Post-Internet art leaving a desire for collective experience, Rough Music gathers artists around the warm physicality of the wood-fired kiln


Artist Q&A:
Safia Bahmed-Schwartz

Erotic illustrations are just one of the many mediums in which this provocative French artist works

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Thomas Hirschhorn‘s between-world

Celebrated Swiss artist Thomas Hirschhorn has transformed the main exhibition space of the South London Gallery into a ruin, making engagement unavoidable


Artist Q+A:
Lynnie Zulu

We caught up with Lynnie Zulu, the London and Africa inspired artist behind our bold poster illustration

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The National stop time

I’m not sure how long I’ve been sitting and watching The National perform their three-minute-and-twenty-five-second song for, but it feels like forever