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Isabel Stevens finds humour, fear and melancholy among the rubble as Tate Britain explores our abiding obsession with decay
The fantastical maps of Max Gill reveal why the artist was once as well known as his now more famous elder brother, says Isabel Stevens
The organisation's visual archive raises intriguing questions about the line between social study and snooping, says Isabel Stevens
Cinema has come a long way since an actor first sat in front of a coloured screen and pretended to fly a magic carpet. But today’s hyper-real digital worlds still start with a lurid green wall.
Études sur Paris, André Sauvage’s 1928 cinematic ode to the French capital, is a stroll through a city on the brink of change, says Isabel Stevens.
Fifty years separated the Brazilian artist’s two series of abstract photographs, but Isabel Stevens finds them both equally startling.
The dystopian landscape imagined and drawn by the Norwegian artist Hariton Pushwagner in 1969 still resonates today, says Isabel Stevens – especially in Milton Keynes
The American photographer's irreverent perspective exposes the superficiality of car-worship, says Isabel Stevens.
The vast, empty landscapes of the filmmaker’s photographs are an appropriately still counterpart to his films.