W.I.A. founder Sarah Norris

It’s Frieze week – the biggest, sexiest, conceptual-y-est art fair on the planet.  London is awash with private views, parties, canapes (if you’re lucky, maybe the odd sniff of dinner) but generally wine, fizz and beer.  Get your blagging hats on, people – maybe this is why Britain are good at the culture industries, because we like free booze, and what better drive?  But what … Continue reading W.I.A. founder Sarah Norris

The Traveller in the Perfect City by Geoff Nicholson

  WELCOME TO PERFECTION: The perfect city is well within sight, well within reach, and well within your budget. The perfect city is easily accessible by train, plane, charabanc, amphibious landing craft, armoured car, overloaded ferry, by pony or indeed Shanks’s pony. Make sure your passport, visa, medical documents, right to reside papers, are all in order, submit to a short but thorough interview, a … Continue reading The Traveller in the Perfect City by Geoff Nicholson