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We go behind the scenes at a stadium-sized operation where creating sets for some of the most famous live TV shows in the US – and the world – has become a family affair.

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Show and tell

Esther Schipper’s career path from Köln to Berlin reflects the fluidity of Germany’s art scene. Here’s how the gallerist has stayed ahead of the curve.

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Culture briefing

Switzerland’s new typographical magazine, the world’s dominant television format and the woman connecting Canada’s artists to its venues.

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While the sun shines

Flourishing literary festival Hay has grown from a small-town get-together to a global brand and shows no signs of stopping – even as it reaches its 30th anniversary. We toast the occasion with founder Peter Florence as he…

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Culture briefing

How to translate design on television, the Autophoto show in Paris and a preview of Photo London.

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Cultural oasis

Every year fans of modernism descend on Palm Springs for a celebration that treats designers and architects like movie stars. Cocktail in hand, we joined the throng and took in the lasting legacy of California’s mid-century…

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A new chapter

Independent bookshops in China are operating with a new lease of life. We find a quiet corner in three of the best to find out how they keep customers coming back.

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Fun of the fair

New York’s art-world innovator Independent is taking its idiosyncratic style to Brussels. We ask some key figures what makes it special.

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Far out east

Island tea parties, Galliano galleons, stages made of rice, gong baths and very beautiful people: Wonderfruit is a festival like no other; a beacon of peace and calm where hedonism takes a backseat. Time to ditch the city…

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