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SJ - Arts & Culture

SJ - Arts & Culture

f only our old teddy bears could talk... The silent witnesses and constant companions of our childhood probably know more about us than anybody else does.

SJ - Arts & Culture

Would you ever have imagined being able to buy wool that is reared and sheared right in the heart of London? Well, that is something you can actually do.

SJ - Arts & Culture

One of the most incredibly baroque songs in the history of pop rock music saw the light in 1975. Forty years later, it still speaks to us

SJ - Arts & Culture

The annual Ajisai Matsuri showcases the attraction of Japanese hydrangeas at Hakusan Shrine in Bunkyō Ward, Tokyo

SJ - Arts & Culture

Made In Italy is universally recognised as a brand representing high quality of materials and manufacture. It seems natural, then, to want to recreate a brand with the same values, elsewhere.

SJ - Arts & Culture

Milan’s most incredible gems hide behind closed doors in the form of frescoed courtyards, silent cloisters and lush gardens

SJ - Arts & Culture

Lou Reed’s story, the one about a little Jewish kid from Long Island turned into one of the most brilliant, well–read and wild rockers ever, is as amazing as rock’n’roll legends can get.

SJ - Arts & Culture

Is there anything smarter, more timeless or resilient than wood? That's what the designers at Tel Aviv textile design and development studio Tesler + Mendelovitch studio must have thought when they created Wearable Wood, a new series of limited production "wood skin" clutch purses constructed from 100% wood + leather lining.

SJ - Arts & Culture

An old private house facing the harbour in a small Japanese village inhabited by an aging population and Japan's most famous artist and graphic designer, Tadanori Yokoo. What do they have to do with one another?

SJ - Arts & Culture

The sky and the sea, the coastline slowly diving into the water, a boundless horizon fading into the starry night. The work of Alessandro Puccinelli, a photographer in love with the ocean, is deeply pictorial and pregnant with meaning and poetry.

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For the third summer in a row, selected Chiantishire cellars will house contemporary art on the occasion of the ‘Art of The Treasure Hunt’

SJ - Arts & Culture

A pair of scissors that we sometimes use to cut paper, whole grain biscuits that we crunch absent-mindedly, bath towels, caps, grapes, nuts and lettuce leaves...