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Interview: Johnny Marr

March 8, 2013


written by Rob Pollard for New Statesman Johnny Marr was one half of the most influential British songwriting partnership of all time. In May 1982, inspired by how Leiber & Stoller met, Marr approached fellow Mancunian Morrissey to convince him that they should write songs together. It was the start of one of the most […]

The Art of Portraiture

February 25, 2012


written by Robert Pollard for New Statesman William Ellis talks us through some his finest portraits. What makes a great portrait is open to conjecture. The┬áTaylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize, showcased at the National Portrait Gallery, is a fine example of the subtleties and nuances of a meaningful portrait. Each shot is not just technically […]