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It moves, it speaks - it's alive!

We're celebrating our 20th issue, our biggest ever. It's available now in tablet format for iPad, bringing you Gini Alhadeff, Shalom Auslander, Buddhadeva Bose, Jillian Edelstein, Stephen Gill, Eduardo Halfon, Etgar Keret, Greil Marcus, José Saramago, Han Shaogong, Garry Winogrand...
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Broomberg & Chanarin win Deutsche Börse prize

Adam Broomberg and Oliver Chanarin have won the 2013 Deutsche Börse Photography Prize for their recent work War Primer 2. They are the first artist duo ever to scoop the prize. The other nominated artists were Mishka Henner for No...
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Shrigley nominated for the Turner

David Shrigley's recent show Brain Activity at the Hayward Gallery has been shortlisted for the 2013 Turner Prize. The work covers the full range of Shrigley's diverse practice, extending beyond the drawing for which he is best known to include...
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But it's not late, it's only dark

Maurizio Anzeri's new exhibition at Cardiff's Chapter gallery features newly commissioned and previously unseen works alongside a selection of his critically acclaimed 'photo-sculptural' pieces. As readers will recall from our Ghosts issue, Anzeri uses found photographs and embroidery to create...
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Krasznahorkai vs. Tóibín

Tickets are selling fast for the first in London Review Bookshop's Literary Friendships events, pairing László Krasznahorkai with Colm Tóibín. Krasznahorkai's 1985 novel, Satantango, a modern Hungarian classic, was published in English for the first time this year by New...
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Spencer Murphy scoops NPG prize

Congratulations to Spencer Murphy who was among the winners in the prestigious Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize announced this month at the National Portrait Gallery. His beautiful portrait of actor Mark Rylance, commissioned for the cover of the Telegraph Magazine,...
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Chloé Poizat: À mes yeux distendus

Chloé Poizat's À mes yeux distendus (In my distended eyes) continues at Point Éphémère, Paris to Wednesday 12 December. Point Éphémère 200 quai de Valmy 75010 Paris
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George among the giants

George Szirtes has published his first children's book for fifteen years. In the Land of the Giants is a delightful mix of original riddles, mysteries, parables, strange encounters and cautionary tales alongside translations of children's poems from Hungary. "This is...
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Luigi Ghirri: Kodachrome

Marking the 20th anniversary of his death, Mack has reissued Luigi Ghirri's self-published first book Kodachrome, an avant-garde manifesto that makes photographs of photographs and records the Italian landscape through it's adverts, postcards, potted plants, walls, windows and people. This...
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How to read The Polish Boxer

In a wide-ranging interview on Untitled Books, Eduardo Halfon discusses his first novel in English translation, his mixed heritage and nomadic lifestyle, literature as "intellectual crossword", and his recent collaborations with The Drawbridge, including the translation of two stories by...
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An Incomplete Dictionary of Showbirds

Luke Stephenson's delight in colourful and unusual subjects for portrait, and the overlap between the natural world and the man-made come to the fore in his beautifully produced new book. "It began with a very simple idea, that I wanted...
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Gonçalo M. Tavares in The New Yorker

"Tavares is a natural emissary of the uncanny... His books may be bleak and unnerving, but they are, for this reason, exhilarating in the way that only the work of a powerfully original artist can be." Read Mark O'Connell's profile...
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