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We caught up with Japanese architect Ryue Nishizawa (SANAA) to discuss one of the best-known projects of SANAA, the Moriyama House, now recreated inside our Gallery as part of The Japanese House exhibition.
Mary Gabriel celebrates Lee Krasner and her fellow Abstract Expressionist pioneers: Elaine de Kooning, Grace Hartigan, Joan Mitchell and Helen Frankenthaler.
In this archive episode, we look back at two interviews with DJ and producer Jeff Mills, exploring time and space through ambitious techno and orchestral experimentation.
Students from east London team up with music producer Semothy Jones, musician Bellatrix and composer Omar Shahryar to professionally write and record their own songs.
In our final episode with Stephen Fry, exploring music, art and mental health, Stephen explores his own identity, the background to his attempts to change society, and answers the question ‘can art really be used to change the world?’