A WINE FOR LA­BEL FANS

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WE’RE all fa­mil­iar with lim­ited edi­tions in the art world; now, the old­est wine mer­chant in the UK is bring­ing this idea to our ta­bles. Af­ter a suc­cess­ful col­lab­o­ra­tion with Paul Smith last year, Berry Bros & Rudd is work­ing with Lon­don de­signer Luke Ed­ward Hall to cre­ate a lim­it­ededi­tion wine la­bel for 4,000 bot­tles of its Good Or­di­nary Claret.

OS­CARS OF THE FU­TURE

FROM Steve McQueen (who di­rected the Os­car-win­ning 12 Years A Slave) to Dou­glas Gor­don and Philippe Par­reno, who co-di­rected the foot­ball art film Zi­dane: A 21st Cen­tury Por­trait, many artists go on to make films. Find the fu­ture stars at the Jer­wood/FVU Awards.

This year’s award-win­ners are Patrick Hough and Lawrence Lek. Lek works with com­puter-gam­ing tech­nol­ogy, while Hough re-an­i­mates the film set of Ce­cil B DeMille’s The Ten Com­mand­ments, fea­tur­ing a gi­ant sphinx, above. See their work at the Jer­wood Space in Union Street, South­wark, from March 22 to May 14.

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