Sam Sadler

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Who was Wifredo Lam?

An admirable retrospective at Tate Modern pins down the work of a Cuban artist who has always given curators a hard time<p>“Art is an agony,” said …

Walking Camus's Paris

By Alice Kaplan September 19, 2016<p>Arts & Culture<p>Albert Camus.<p>The myth is tenacious: an unknown writer on the verge of international fame, not suspecting that the scattered pages on his or her desk will become that miracle, a first published novel and a passport to glory. From March to May 1940, …

19 Fantastic Places You Have To Visit On Your Road Trip Across Spain

Spain is easily one of the most popular destinations in the world to visit and is without a doubt, a great place to explore by road (as we have …

See world's largest cave, Hang Son Doong, in Vietnam | CNN Travel

5 Swedish Vacation Destinations That Aren’t Stockholm

Ask anyone who’s ever traveled to Scandinavia and they’ll likely tell you they’ve visited Stockholm. And with good reason: The city has an impressive number of contemporary art museums, Michelin-starred restaurants, shops you could spend an entire day in, and street style worthy of study.<p>Despite …

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Maggi Hambling: 'My studio is a torture chamber'

Maggi Hambling says she often destroys her own work, and finds portrait-making as intense as an affair. Ahead of an exhibition of her prints and drawings, Elizabeth Grice meets her<p>In Maggi Hambling’s contralto boom, “Hello!” can sound like a cuff around the ear. There are two front doors to her …

The 25 Most Popular Recipes of the Summer

Pull up a chaise lounge next to the grill and pour the frosé—these are the 25 recipes you loved most this summer.<p><b>There's a reason we wait all year for summer</b>. License to wear sunglasses and lightweight clothes aside, we live for the bounty of tomatoes, corn, and eggplant. We pull up our chaise …

Tinker, tailor, writer, spy: the many lives of John le Carré, in his own words

In an exclusive extract from his memoir, The Pigeon Tunnel, Britain’s greatest living spy novelist talks family, foes and famous friends<p>Tom Hiddleston, Rachel Weisz and other actors on working with le Carré<p>If you’re ever lucky enough to score an early success as a writer, as happened to me with The …