18 August 2022

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Patter Playlist 19 — Friendly Pressure


A monthly playlist of important female artists and their songs for right now.

Patter Playlist 17 — Take Life Easy


Our monthly playlist of important female artists, their work, contributions and sounds for right now.

New Book — Dulwich Mid-Century Oasis


This book pays tribute to Patter's home ground, the mid-century housing estates of South-East London. A weighty manual that maps the history of modern architecture in Dulwich, the value of good residential design and spirit of possibility.

Things to Go See — Art Shows for Autumn


From the brilliant Etel Adnan (1925-2021) at New York's Guggenheim to Anni and Josef Albers in Paris and Anthea Hamilton in London — we highlight four joyous shows to visit across three cities.  

5 Facts to Know — Isamu Noguchi


With a new exhibition at the Barbican exploring work across sculpture, design, ceramics and stage sets, this is a moment to immerse yourself in the world of Noguchi. Here are five facts to inform your visit.

Patter Playlist 16 — Together Is A Beautiful Place To Be


It's an abundant autumn for women and music. Erykah Badu marks 20 years of Baduizm, Tirzah has released a new album that explores her recent journey into motherhood and producer Kučka - responsible for some of Kendrik Lamar's samples - continues to gain traction for her first solo album entitled Wrestling.

Patter Playlist 15 — Big Leaps


This month brings a substantial playlist of important female artists and their songs for right now.

A List of Useful Recommendations — July


A monthly list of recommendations designed to inspire and nurture at the moment you might need them. Delivered first to Patter subscribers in our newsletter and shared here in retrospect.

A Moment With Charlotte Perriand


If Le Corbusier is a giant of modernism, Charlotte Perriand—the woman he collaborated with, and who co-designed some of the furniture that featured in his ‘machine for living in’—is less well-known, and often uncredited. Plus ça change.