London Burning: Portraits from a Creative City
Searching out the city's hidden treasures, unravelling the apparent simplicity defining its urban and semi-rural landscapes, unmasking the frivolous and highlighting tastes from the fantastic to the fastidious, 'London Burning: Portraits from a Creative City' will unlock secret passions, undress social mundanities and address outrageous profanities.
Profiles the panoply of visionaries who make London the most vibrant capital in the world. --GQA celebration of the capital's creative personalities. --Vanity FairAn expansive, colourful collection of profiles. --Daily TelegraphDocuments the creative talents of this fair city. --Square MileCelebrates our vibrant capital as today's international HQ for creativity and innovation. --Mayfair TimesDocument[s] the most important players in the cultural life of the city. --artnet.comA colourful book celebrating all that's great about the capital. --tatler.comSome of the capital's cultural trailblazers reveal how they and their city have influenced one each other. --IndependentA lavish volume. --The Art NewspaperA snapshot of the state of fashion, art, cinema, theatre, music, architecture and technology. --wwd.com
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