Type the word ‘Eames’ into eBay and more than 7,000 results appear. You’ll see examples of their classic designs for sale, such as the stackable ‘DSS’ chair molded from fibreglass, which first appeared on the market in the early 1950s and soon filled school halls across America. But you’ll also find as many knock-offs – the Eames brand must be among the most imitated on the planet.Read more
In a body of work full of paradoxes and apparent impossibilities, perhaps the greatest conundrum about Dutch artist MC Escher is that everyone knows his art, and no one knows anything about him.Read more
The Tate well and truly pops this autumn with a huge, eye-catching, new blockbuster 'The EY Exhibition: The World Goes Pop'. For the first show ever to examine the global influence of Pop Art, curators at Tate Modern have been on a mission to track down the movement’s lesser-known players across the world, and have gathered together over 200 works from the Andy Warhols and Roy Lichtensteins of Latin America, Asia, the Middle East and Europe. Check out our guide for everything you need to know to make your visit really pop.Read more
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Photography in London
Addicted to Instagram or permanently attached to your SLR? Even if your camera roll is totally empty, you'll find a way to appreciate London photography; we have the widest variety of styles in some of the best exhibitions at the most beautiful galleries. Find them in a flash with our guide to photography in London.