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The Monocle Arts Review, 549

24 November 2017

Film critics Karen Krizanovich and Tim Robey bring some Hollywood glamour to Midori House as they discuss the latest features to hit the big screen. Plus: we find out about Musicity in Seoul and discuss a controversial…

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The Cinema Show, 103

22 November 2017

Join us on a coastal journey from Brooklyn to Iceland as we explore three beachside films. Director Eliza Hittman discusses her sensitive portrait of a struggling young gay man in her new film, ‘Beach Rats’, and Monocle’s…

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Culture with Robert Bound, 319

20 November 2017

We head to Saadiyat Island, home to the new Louvre Abu Dhabi, to find out what adorns the walls of this branch of the French mega museum – and whether it will be a success.

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Meet the Writers, 102

18 November 2017

In a week where we have seen Zimbabwe implode, we feature a man whose career was defined by events there. He was the editor of the influential ‘Observer’ newspaper for nearly two decades, he’s been described as the ‘Rocky…

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The Stack, 273

18 November 2017

Find out how one of the most influential magazines of the past decade-and-a-bit has broken the habit of a lifetime with its latest cover. Plus: a title from Germany to boost your hosting skills and a magazine about cities…

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The Sessions at Midori House, 142

18 November 2017

Andrew Mueller sits down with Brad Barr from The Barr Brothers to discuss the themes behind new album ‘Queens of the Breakers’: nostalgia, youth and lawnmower racing.

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The Monocle Arts Review, 548

17 November 2017

We preview the big shows hitting the small screen this month, take the temperature of this year’s Paris Photo and meet Jamie Hewlett, the illustrator and co-creator of virtual pop group Gorillaz.

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The Cinema Show, 102

15 November 2017

Director Matt Spicer discusses the perils of social media in his Sundance award-winning new film, ‘Ingrid Goes West’. And Mike Hodges, director of the 1971 classic ‘Get Carter’, recalls the curious case of his almost-for…

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Culture with Robert Bound, 318

13 November 2017

We go behind the scenes of technology company WeTransfer, which invested its spare advertising space into the arts, to ask whether the sector should be responsible for funding creative endeavours.

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Meet the Writers, 101

11 November 2017

The German forester tells us about his bestselling book ‘The Hidden Life of Trees’, which includes revelations on how they suckle their young, communicate with each other through the ‘wood-wide web’ and have personalities…

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The Stack, 272

11 November 2017

The editors of legacy newspapers’ arts sections can be a gloomy bunch: on top of their sensitive dispositions, sadly they’re often the first casualties when management wields the axe. This week: a conversation with an arts…

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