Looking for some creative inspiration? Then check out writer Jonathan McAloon’s deep dive into Eleanor Clayton’s recent book Barbara Hepworth: Art & Life, shedding light on the great British sculptor (shot here by Lucien Myers in 1964) and carving away at the “stubborn myths” that often surrounded her. “Reading about prolific artists can feel like a rebuke. Reading about Hepworth’s huge output is infectious,” enthuses McAloon of the tome. “She is quoted, upon seeing a new space or piece of material, as saying it gave her 20 new ideas. She immediately gets started on them, often concurrently.” See the full story here.