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Rolling Stones : Off The Hook

Gered Mankowitz, trusted photographer of the Rolling Stones, shares memories from his early times on tour with the band

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Louise Bourgeois: The Spider and the Cells

Ahead of the Guggenheim Bilbao’s new Louise Bourgeois exhibition, we speak to the late artist’s former assistant and friend, Jerry Gorovoy, about her extensive body of work

Munch Museum. Photo of unknown visitor (date unknown). Photo: Knudsens fotoaterlier © Dextra Photo, Norsk Teknisk Museum

Oslo Pilot: Rethinking Art in Norway

Madeleine Morley travels to Oslo and discovers the new two-year programme that’s reconsidering the role of public art in Norway’s capital city


Martin Parr’s Unseen City

The celebrated photographer talks to PORT ahead of his new exhibition, which reveals a rarely seen side of England’s capital city


The Art of the Mind: Mark Wallinger

Turner-prize winning artist Mark Wallinger discusses psychoanalysis, his return to painting and coming to terms with your own mortality

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Italy in Colour: Kane Hulse

Kane Hulse shares some striking photographs of his journey through the length of Italy, using colour and form to capture the disparity between regions

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Bob Dylan: Rolling Thunder

Publisher Guy White examines the work of one of Bob Dylan’s most trusted photographers, Ken Regan

Joan Miró, Son Abrines, 1978, Photo Jean Marie del Moral

My grandfather’s studio: Joan Miró

As a recreation of Joan Miró’s studio opens in London, PORT speaks to the artist’s grandson about the surrealist painter’s life and way of working

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Paris’ forgotten housing estates

Photographer Laurent Kronental takes PORT through his latest photography project, inspired by the buildings and inhabitants of Paris’ forgotten housing estates

Shooting the American West: Reto Sterchi

In his latest book, Swiss photographer Reto Sterchi examines the sprawling landscape and eccentric inhabitants of the American West

Paul Nash, From the series ‘A Private World’ 1931-1946

Chance Encounters: Loewe in Miami

The 170-year-old Spanish fashion house installs an 18th-century granary and an exhibition of British art at its US flagship store, to coincide with Art Basel Miami

Napoleon's Nose, Transformed into a Pregnant Woman, Strolling His Shadow with Melancholia amongst Original Ruins (1945, Oil on canvas, 51.00 x 65.50 cm) © Image Rights of Salvador Dalí reserved. Fundació Gala-Salvador Dalí, Figueres, 2015

Dalí in China: A Surreal Legacy

PORT travels to Shanghai for the opening of a new exhibition exploring the relationship of one of the 20th century’s greatest artists, Salvador Dalí, and his relationship with the media

Studio 54 Sofa, 1979 © Bill Bernstein / Reel Art Press

Flashback: New York Disco by Bill Bernstein

US photographer Bill Bernstein writes exclusively for PORT about capturing the offbeat venues and colourful characters of New York’s disco scene in the 1970s

Left: The Krays – Right: Member of a Rival Firm with a Razor Slash

Bed Time Stories with the Kray Twins

On the eve of a major new Joe Machine exhibition, curator Laurence Johns considers why he may be Britain’s most relevant living artist

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Donald Judd: 101 Spring Street

A new Donald Judd exhibition in New York offers an intimate insight into the life and work of an influential and politicised artist

Christophe Gin, Camopi, March 2015 © Christophe Gin for the Carmignac Foundation

Lawlessness in French Guiana

Photographer Christophe Gin writes about capturing lawlessness in French Guiana, a project that earned him the 2015 Carmignac Photojournalism Award

Tools of the trade: Liam Everett

US artist Liam Everett takes PORT through the process that resulted in his latest work, a book inspired by his father-in-law’s collection of aging tools