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Brad Yendle's stories

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  • Lora Totino Villa

    Ettore Sottsass: The heroSubscription

    Culture15 December, 2015

    Deyan Sudjic’s new biography is an engaging and readable biography of prolific Italian architect and designer Ettore Sottsass, writes Brad Yendle

  • Central Saint Martins Student Show

    Student Shows 2015: Central Saint Martins Subscription

    News24 July, 2015

    Brad Yendle reviews CSM’s end-of-year show

  • The exhibition space

    Student Shows 2015: Central St MartinsSubscription

    News24 July, 2015

    Bred Yendle reviews Central St Martins’s end-of-year show

  • Valentina Aru

    Open House photography contest winners revealedSubscription

    News31 October, 2014

    A view of one of London’s high-rise landmarks taken from another is among the successful entries in this year’s photography competition

  • Will Alsop (left) and Bruce McLean (centre) and Brad Yendle (right) ponder over The Sheaf (1953) Image: Anthony Coleman.

    Henri Matisse: the cut-outsSubscription

    Culture22 July, 2014

    Brad Yendle joined architect Will Alsop and artist Bruce McLean – long-standing associates – on a visit to the Matisse Cut-Outs exhibition at Tate Modern

  • One of McLean’s graphic posters for A Score for an Opera for the City (2000). Image: Collection Mel Gooding.

    Visiting a retrospective on Bruce McLeanSubscription

    Culture19 July, 2014

    Brad Yendle visits Glaswegian artist Bruce McLean’s retrospective exhibition, a multimedia mix of sculpture, paintings, film and photography, at the Rafael Viñoly-designed Firstsite gallery in Colchester

  • Matisse

    Light and glorySubscription

    Culture30 November, 2013

    Marie-Thérèse Pulvenis de Seligny’s new book about Matisse’s final surge of creativity before his death – his work at La Chapelle de la Rosaire – takes Brad Yendle back to his first visit

  • An interesting project that didn’t make the book: 34 ft-high aluminum lettering by Venturi Scott Brown Associates, mid ’70s, the Basco Showroom, Philadelphia

    Signs of the timesSubscription

    Culture25 May, 2013

    A new book by graphic designer Anna Saccani, attempting a global survey of large-scale typographic installations through 37 case studies, is a welcome addition to the lexicon, writes Brad Yendle

  • Image 3

    It's all in the detail: a Christmas quizSubscription

    News20 December, 2012

    From stunning theatres to innovative new schools and castle retrofits, the AJ has published Britain’s finest built work over the past year. But can you guess which building the detail is from?