Ian Sansom thanks Albrecht Durer for his instructive, selfless vanity.
The impact of World War One on great artists through the prism of a single work of art.
The impact of World War One explored through single works of art by great artists.
Scottish writer AL Kennedy reflects on the ability of our nose to conjure memories.
Author Patrick McGuinness explores the grottiness of the labyrinthine ear.
Poet Kayo Chingoni chooses the blood, and reveals a tragic personal story of HIV AIDS.
Poet Abi Curtis considers how our eyes both connect us to and alienate us from the world.
British Pakistani poet Imtiaz Dharker regards the liver as the true seat of our feelings.