The tube photographs of Mike Goldwater, shot between 1970 and 1980, capture intimate private moments of tenderness and humour behind the hustle and bustle of the human traffic. Be transported back to time
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He showed us Naomi, Kate and Cindy as we’d never seen them before, and catapulted a young model called Helena to fame. Bethan Holt meets Peter Lindbergh, the photographer who changed fashion for ever.
Maude White snips away tiny bits of paper to reveal incredibly intricate scenes. The artist, based in Buffalo, New York, brings imaginative animals and fanciful panoramas to life with her lacy, hand-cut
The greatest literary classics tend to attract a plethora of visual art and graphic tributes. But the highest convergence of text and image happens when an influential artist reimagines an influential