By Will Gompertz (2012)
Pages: 395, Final verdict: Great-read
Could your 5-year old really have painted that work you've seen at the modern
art museum? Will Gompertz answers this and other questions in What Are You
Looking At by reviewing the most important art movements of the last 150 years....
By Emma Larkin (2005)
Pages: 295, Final verdict: Great-read
Myanmar (formerly known as Burma) was up to 2011 one of the most enclosed
countries in the world, ruled by a military junta which successively deterred
any attempt for democracy. It is also a country which was occupied as a British...
By Jacquie McNish and Sean Silcoff (2015)
Pages: 288, Final verdict: Great-read
They were the giants of mobile telecommunications. They represented corporate
success. Fidgeting on their keyboard was the signal of power and the aspiration
of many. But then, that status was lost.
Jacquie McNish, senior correspondent in Toronto for...