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Life & CultureLongreadPeter Saville Speaks on (Paris), Pop Culture and Pop ArtFor the Summer/Autumn 2020 issue of Another Man, Peter Saville speaks to Jo-Ann Furniss on Roxy Music, Richard Hamilton, and moreJo-Ann Furniss
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Life & CultureLongreadRick Owens: The Movies I Watch While I Shower in the MorningsFor the Summer/Autumn 2020 issue of Another Man, Rick Owens writes about the movies he watches on TV in his grey, crumbling concrete bedroom in Paris while he showers in the mornings, listening to operaRick Owens
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Life & CultureFeatureThe Club King: The Rise and Fall of Peter GatienMiss Rosen meets Peter Gatien, also known as New York’s “King of Clubs”, who has just released a memoir chronicling his journey from a childhood in a Canadian mill town to the apex of a cultural empireMiss Rosen
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Life & CultureLongreadA Book That Explores This Century’s Most Valuable Resource: YouDoes the inside of your head feel a little strange today? That’s because tech is remaking individuality itself say Douglas Coupland, Hans Ulrich Obrist and Shumon Basar. Here they share part of The Extreme SelfDouglas Coupland
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Life & CultureIn ConversationIn Conversation: Tom Misch and Yussef Dayes on Their Collaborative AlbumOne is a bashful singer-songwriter type; the other is a supremely talented jazz drummer – here they discuss their relationship, living in isolation, and their collaborative debutSam Davies
Cecil Beaton Self-Portrait, Cambridge Footlights, 1925
Life & CultureLongreadCecil Beaton’s Photos of the Bright Young Things and Britain at WarFrom Bright Young Thing and documenter of London’s lost generation of the 20s to a documenter of a new generation who would lose their lives in the Second World War, this is just one slice of Cecil Beaton’s remarkable life through photographyMark Simpson
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Life & CultureLongreadDon McCullin on the Stories Behind His Most Personally Significant Pictures“It’s quite emotional to talk about, and I don’t particularly like it overflowing when I talk to people,” the legendary photographer says. “But if I wasn’t emotional I wouldn’t capture the honesty in my images”Jo-Ann Furniss
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Life & CultureGuideThe Another Man Culture Guide: Things to Do (Virtually) in AprilFrom Charles Atlas’ ICA Milano exhibition to browsing photographs in Magnum’s latest Square Print SaleBelle Hutton
Life & CultureListFilms to Watch During Your Self-QuarantineA movie list for self-isolation, curated by Steven T. Hanley of Deeper Into MoviesSteven T Hanley
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Life & CulturePhoto StoryPhotographs From The Station, Newcastle’s Notorious Anarcho-Punk VenuePublished in a new book and displayed in a now-postponed exhibition, Chris Killip’s images capture the heyday of The Station in Gateshead, NewcastleZoe Whitfield
Life & CultureGuideThe Best Podcasts to Listen to During Self-IsolationA selection of podcasts for every mood during this unprecedented time of social distancing and self-isolationThomas Curry
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Life & CultureInterviewPaul Mpagi Sepuya, the Photographer Conjuring Digital Cruising CultureAmelia Abraham meets American photographer Paul Mpagi Sepuya, whose new exhibition – A conversation about around pictures – explores image-construction and digital self-fashioningAmelia Abraham