Why This Artist is Bringing the Outdoors Indoors, and Unreality into Real Life

    Why This Artist is Bringing the Outdoors Indoors, and Unreality into Real Life

    Olafur Eliasson once put a sun in the Tate Modern. Now he returns with a retrospective that turns light, fog and water into an environmental rallying cry.
    Moon landings: celebrating the Apollo II anniversary in 2019

    Moon landings: celebrating the Apollo II anniversary in 2019

    20 July marks 50 years since the first Moon landing, and celebrations are underway on both sides of the Atlantic.
    Photo story: The London tradition of pie 'n' mash

    Photo story: The London tradition of pie 'n' mash

    There can be few institutions more synonymous with the East End of London than pie ’n’ mash shops
    London calling

    London calling

    With London home to more multi-millionaires than any other city, and this summer seeing the opening of a host of five-star hotels and high-profile restaurants, it’s time to skip Paris and New York: if you want to live large for the weekend, there’s no better place than London

    Meet the urban cheesemakers: what I learned making cheese in North London

    Learn how to get your cheese fix at home with this beginners’ workshop

    Three chefs on veganism in London

    Three Hackney-based chefs discuss ingredients, misconceptions and how plant-based cuisine is taking over the capital — starting in the east
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    Pie 'n' mash London
    There can be few institutions more synonymous with the East End of London than pie 'n' mash shops. In the early 20th century, they could be found all over this historically working-class area of the capital but, today, the tradition is being kept alive by only a handful of establishments. Many are still evocative of their golden era, with age-old recipes and art deco fittings, while their offering remains simple - mince-filled pies, mash and liquor (a type of parsley sauce). Some shops even still sell that other Cockney staple, eel, be it jellied or stewed.
    One city, 187 countries: photographing the cultural diversity of Britain's largest city

    One city, 187 countries: photographing the cultural diversity of Britain's largest city

    New Londoners project looks inside the homes and into the lives of a cross-section of cultures who call the city home.
    Decade-spanning photographic project shows cultural diversity of Britain's largest city
    New Londoners project looks inside the homes and into the lives of a cross-section of  cultures who call the city home
    On the Trail of Titanic

    On the Trail of Titanic

    Across Britain and Ireland lies a series of significant places, artefacts and memorials to the doomed liner’s first –and last – associations with the land from which it sailed.