With iconoclasts such as Daidō Moriyama at its helm, Provoke was the underground photography mag that gave Japan an anti-authoritarian alternative in its post-war years
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An art history student is reincarnating a forgotten publication that championed Diane Arbus, Richard Avedon, Andy Warhol and Peter Hujar before they were household names
Remember that night Yves Saint Laurent and Halston competed on the catwalk?
Everything you need to know about Tropicália, the artistic and musical revolution that unleashed a generation of rebels
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Photographer Brian Griffin reflects on a 1989 shoot in the country – watch archive footage of Kawakubo styling local people in her designs
Gaspar Noé’s spunk-flinging sex flick is out today, joining a legacy of films that pioneered 3D lovemaking
Remembering the forgotten annual spectacular that brought together Kate Moss, The Prodigy, Vivienne Westwood, No Doubt and more
Released 30 years ago this month, we speak to the people who helped create one of the star’s greatest moments
Composer Alan Howarth talks working with John Carpenter on the dystopian sci-fi thriller
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