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Ted Grant excelled in creating visually dynamic narratives through his skilful manipulation of existing light and his dramatic compositions.
Internationally acclaimed photographer David McMillan responds to NGC Magazine's version of The Proust Questionnaire.
Working with light, time and colour, Jessica Eaton pushes the possibilities of the photographic medium to create vibrant abstract images.
Among his sculptural works, artist Evgeniy Salinder creates small figures carved of reindeer antler and other materials, evoking the Sikritya peoples.
Changes to an old master work of art can be difficult to assess, but recent conservation work on Wouwerman's painting was aided by the existence of a French print.
In a recently acquired painting, the Haarlem painter Philips Wouwerman captures a tranquil moment of travellers at an inn.
By unravelling the causes and effects of changes that have transformed the appearance of a work of art over time, one can re-discover the original integrity of the work.
On 1 July 1984 photographer Barbara Spohr photographed her local Canada Day parade in British Columbia as part of her project depicting an "open-minded portrait of the quality of life in the town of Nelson."
American artist Dan Flavin is famous for his innovative use of commercially available fluorescent light tubes and the interaction between the work, light and space.