George Pendle

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‘Its name tells you everything you really need to know: it’s big, it’s complex and it smashes things together.’

BY George Pendle | 28 JAN 19

Author George Pendle on his biography of Jack Parsons, the scientist, mysticist and follower of Aleister Crowley, now dramatized on CBS

BY Dan Fox | 22 JUN 18

Josef Albers's secret symbol for the Manuscript society at Yale University

BY George Pendle | 15 FEB 17

George Pendle looks at the artist's ambitious new body of work tackling the Vietnam War

BY George Pendle | 03 NOV 16

1913, a year of cultural, artistic and technological revolution that transformed the world

BY George Pendle | 30 SEP 13

The UK's forgotten acoustic defence system

BY George Pendle | 19 DEC 11

Michael Werner

BY George Pendle | 01 SEP 11

Great buildings that were never built

BY George Pendle | 01 JUN 11

One man's crusade against 'woo-woo'

BY George Pendle | 01 OCT 10

An updated style bible heralds the return of the preppy

BY George Pendle | 01 JUN 10

Edgar Allan Poe, the disappearance of the 'Poe Toaster' and the best way to find a grave

BY George Pendle | 01 APR 10

Domestic and social dynamics within the parentless homestead in the films of John Hughes

BY George Pendle | 01 OCT 09

Governors Island, New York, USA

BY George Pendle | 01 OCT 09

Gladstone Gallery, New York, USA

BY George Pendle | 01 SEP 09

The intertwining of business, finance, art and numerology

BY George Pendle | 03 JUN 09

A new exhibition about New York’s underground earth works reveals a quasi-mythological mirror image of the city

BY George Pendle | 04 APR 09

A biography of George Plimpton and Frederick Seidel’s collected poems celebrate two suave writers

BY George Pendle | 01 JAN 09

The art market, insider trading and judging greatness

BY George Pendle | 01 OCT 08

apexart, New York, USA

BY George Pendle | 09 SEP 08

When so much art is trumpeted as being ‘political’ why do so few artists enter politics?

BY George Pendle | 06 JUN 08