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Virginia Woolf

For Benjamin Britten, Wolfgang Tillmans and Virginia Woolf, something grows when civilization fails

By Olivia Laing

Researchers have compiled an illustrated resource that throws light on overlooked female artists from the 15th to 19th centuries

At the Barbican Gallery and the De la Warr Pavilion, two exhibitions focus on the nature of collaboration and the role of creative influence 

By Ellen Mara De Wachter

Homages to the writers and friends at Tate St Ives and Turner Contemporary pay tribute to their affection for the sea as a cipher for the self

By Phoebe Cripps

The filmmaker and writer on the novelists, musicians and directors – from Egon Schiele to Virginia Woolf – who have shaped his thinking

By Mark Cousins