Our understanding of the First World War tends to focus on trench warfare, but by looking at the perspectives of British pilots the limitations of an army-centric approach is revealed.
Maria Walsh on how Cindy Sherman’s ‘Doll’ sculptures of the 1990s reveal a dynamic relationship between art and psychoanalysis.
If you can’t share a photograph of Marcel Proust playing air-guitar with a tennis racket on the opening day of Wimbledon, when can you?
Circumnavigating the globe in a biplane, Richard Halliburton took the first aerial photograph of Mount Everest.
Royal Indian Portraits, 1840-1932.
In 1945, two man sought to record the destruction of war-torn Berlin.