"Let us go rambling about the Universe." This is the invitation that American astronomer Harlow Shapley gave to an audience in Washington DC in 1920. He was taking part in the so-called Great Debate with
The photographer's landmark series The Ballad of Sexual Dependency is comprised of nearly 700 portraits of youth from Boston to Berlin Nan Goldin's seminal 80s photo series The Ballad of Sexual Dependency
Audiences today can be so sensitive to edgy jokes they publicly shame the comedians who make them. Have we lost our sense of humour? Nicholas Barber reports. Warning: this article may offend some readers.
Have you heard of the Tartan Prancer? If you've been keeping up with the Vacation movie reboot, you have. The original flick from 1983 introduced us to the Wagon Queen Family Truckster, a George Barris-designed
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An award-winning photo-essay about European men and women who made the radical choice to live away from cities, willing to abandon lifestyles based on performance, efficiency and consumption. Photographs
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