Issue 40
May 1998

From this issue

A monument to the darkness of late-Victorian Britain

BY James Roberts | 25 OCT 11

Government agencies have secretly used short wave radio for decades, but why be concerned?

BY Bruce Sterling | 06 MAY 98

Punk-era record sleeves viciously parodied the commercialisation of the record industry, but the subtler approach is far more unsettling

06 MAY 98

Madame Tussaud's

06 MAY 98

Eija-Liisa Atilha

06 MAY 98

Nanotechnology can now create the 'perfect' sculptural material

06 MAY 98

How photography killed Victorian Fairy Painting

BY Jennifer Higgie | 06 MAY 98

Kerry James Marshall

06 MAY 98

Now that China is the West's favourite investment opportunity, exhibitions of Chinese art are everywhere

BY Niru Ratnam | 05 MAY 98

Olafur Eliasson

BY Christian Haye | 05 MAY 98

The Photography of the Invisible

05 MAY 98