British Culture Archive is a non-profit educational resource set up to highlight and preserve British culture and heritage via archive images, documentary and social photography.
Thames & Hudson, we publish high-quality books across all areas of visual creativity: the arts (fine, applied, decorative, performing), architecture, design, photography, fashion, film and music, and also archaeology, history and popular culture.
London-based director James Partridge’s latest project explores Japanese rockabilly star Johnny Jeana, who’s keeping 1950s Americana culture alive in Tokyo.
"#Artists are not only indispensable, but also vital, especially now," says the country's #culture minister.
Founded as a non-profit in 2000, Cabinet is an award-winning quarterly magazine of art and culture based in New York that confounds expectations of what is typically meant by the words “art,” “culture,” and sometimes even “magazine.”