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Lest We Forget | In The Valley of the Fallen, Spain’s Enduring Monument to Fascism

Spain became a democracy 40 years ago today. Yet the battle over the nation’s collective memory - and Franco’s body - still looms large
Dan Hancox
12.6.18
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The Story of The Chatwal | Love, God & Murder at Fred Astaire’s Favourite Haunt

The fascinating history behind the exclusive New York hotel
Clem Fiell
12.4.18
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The Nuclear Option | We Went to a Rave in the Ruins of Chernobyl

A group of Ukrainian artists are reclaiming the Exclusion Zone
Tom Seymour
12.3.18
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Kings of New York | Exploring the Birth of the B-boy in the Bronx of the 70s

“It’s a story about art and the resilience of human beings,” says street photographer Ricky Flores, who captured the nascent b-boy subculture
Cassidy George
11.30.18
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Sign of the Times | Hong Kong Rages Against the Dying of its Neon Lights

Bit by bit, Hong Kong is taking down the visual identity it has held for years - but not without resistance
Oliver Lunn
11.30.18
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Spitzmaus Mummy in a Coffin | Wes Anderson Launches His First Exhibition in Vienna

The iconic director opens up his weird and wonderful world to the public
Benedetta Pini
11.27.18
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How South Africa Shaped Gandhi | Exploring his Legacy with his Activist Granddaughter

The revolutionary spark was first ignited far from India
Adam Bloodworth
11.23.18
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Palm Springs | Why an Accidental Art Scene is Flourishing in the Desert

A new crop of creatives are building on the famous Midcentury architectural foundations
Annabel Herrick
11.23.18
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Fishing for Plastic | A New Way to Feel Good in Amsterdam, and Save the Planet

Touring the canals with the innovative company that's trying to put itself out of business
Kieran Morris
11.22.18
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On the Edge of Freedom | Capturing China's Underground Punk Scene

In the 80s and 90s, photographer Yang Zhang captured Chinese youth in all its revolutionary spirit
Hannah Ongley
11.22.18
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Breaking New Ground | World’s First Quarry Hotel Opens in Shanghai

In the age of the super-skyscraper, Shanghai heads underground
Clem Fiell
11.20.18
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Enough is Enough | Island Issues On-the-Spot Fines to Tourists Using Plastic

The Filipino community of El Nido is taking extreme measures to fight tourist-driven pollution
Amuse Team
11.20.18
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