Blackhorse Lane Atelier is the first in our new Makers and Manufacturers London series with photographer Carmel King.
Next in our Makers and Manufacturers series, we get the lowdown on ethical, urban beekeeping and honey production.
Part cultural chronicler, part curious introvert: the author Emma Jane Unsworth is a woman who has found her voice as a contemporary feminist writer.
Syreeta Challinger created beauty from tragedy with MOSS, a creative platform of stillness and simplicity during times of transition.
Sophie Mackintosh’s debut, The Water Cure picks apart the patriarchy so ferociously it has been longlisted for the Man Booker Prize 2018.
The Tweed Project strives to maintain timeless Irish textile traditions, reinvented for today.
The rich landscape on Ireland’s west coast has long provided the raw material and inspiration behind the region’s most distinctive export.
Rhiannon Lucy Cosslett doesn’t shy away from difficult subjects and has channelled topics close to her heart in her debut novel.
The Dinner Guest is a gutsy and imaginative exploration of mortality and silence, longlisted for the International Man Booker Prize.
Surface Work across Victoria Miro's London sites brings together a stellar, cross-generational exhibition of great women artists.