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June 26th, 2014 by ART WEDNESDAY

The Do Book Company x Art Wednesday

May 15th, 2014 by ART WEDNESDAY

Claire de Rouen Books: Reading List

April 21st, 2014 by ART WEDNESDAY

Imprimatur: Blurb x Jotta hits NYC

April 10th, 2014 by ART WEDNESDAY

Imprimatur: Unbinding the Book Blurb x Jotta

November 12th, 2013 by ART WEDNESDAY

Clara Moto: AW Shop Picks

The Do Book Company x Art Wednesday

Run by Miranda West and Peter May, The Do Book Company sprung from a desire to spread the ideas from The Do Lecture’s to a wider audience. Packaging up big …

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Claire de Rouen Books: Reading List

We popped over to our favourite Soho bookshop, Claire de Rouen Books, for a little browse. While we were there, director Lucy Moore gave us her Top 5 Reading List! …

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Imprimatur: Blurb x Jotta hits NYC

Last week we absorbed all that  Blurb x Jotta  had to offer at the London launch of Imprimatur: Unbinding the Book, where leading lights from the literary and art worlds inspired an …

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Clara Moto: AW Shop Picks

Since her debut InFiné in 2010, the delicate electronica of Clara Moto has been more or less universally lauded. Now she’s back with her second LP Blue Distance — named after a line taken from …

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Review: Festival No 6

Festival No 6 remains decidedly mysterious in its choice of name, and although we had read numerous, brilliantly positive things about it, we really didn’t know what to expect. Named …

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Festival Preview: Festival No 6

‘Hidden Gem’ is way too readily used for the multitude of boutique festivals that have popped up in recent years, but we’re finding it pretty hard to stay away from …

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Century of Insight Book Launch

We are big fans of artist and director Calum Macdiarmid’s work here at Art Wednesday, so we were inevitably excited to learn that his late father’s book (on which Calum …

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The Grey Line by Jo Metson Scott

In 2007, photographer Jo Metson Scott met a US soldier who had recently gone AWOL after being denied Conscientious Objective status in order to avoid redeployment to Iraq. This encounter …

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Book of the Week: TERRYWOOD

Think Terry Richardson and probably the first thing to spring to mind are his glasses – those super-sized aviators who just about every celebrity worth their salt has worn at some point …

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Shop Talk: Claire de Rouen Books

RCA graduate Lucy Moore took over the running of Claire de Rouen Books after Claire sadly passed away earlier this year. We thought we’d have a good old nosy around …

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Book of the Week: Grace

Grace Coddington was thrown into the spotlight a few years ago by the brilliantly revealing documentary, The September Issue, as the unsung hero of American Vogue, and has since become permantly lodged …

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What’s On: Missorts

Here at Art Wednesday we love new ways to look at things. So, when we heard that novelist Tony White, ex-Jam keyboard player Jamie Telford and innovative psychedelic drum pop band Beaty …

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David Shillinglaw: Dance of 1000 Faces

On Saturday night we went to check out the launch of David Shillinglaw’s new book, ‘The Dance of a Thousand Faces’ at the OpenSpace gallery, a cute space in the …

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J Sheekey: FISH

Here’s something tasty to get your chops around that will also get your grey matter tingling with delight – top London fish restaurant J Sheekey publishes its eponymous cookbook today, …

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Claire de Rouen Books #1: ART

We’re asking Director of Claire de Rouen books, Lucy Moore to make a selection of books every month based on a chosen topic. In honour of Frieze and all the …

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Book of the Week: Sartorialist Closer

Purveyor of style Scott Schuman – photographer and editor of one of the world’s best known street-style blogs The Sartorialist – is back with a new book, The Satorialist: Closer. …

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Book of the Week: Jerusalem

This slot would usually be reserved for a new work of fiction, or a beautiful art book, but when we saw the new Ottolenghi cook book: Jerusalem, we thought it …

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Win: pair of tickets to Whiskey & Words

A night of ‘Whisky & Words’ in a more familiar context might induce long-buried memories of drunken slurs, Mad Men-style role-plays with decanter in hand, and more than one moment …

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