For the fifth digital cover, NSS presents BODY, a film written and directed by Italian filmmaker – Tommaso Ottomano.
Yale-educated and born with a silver spoon in his mouth, Sam Wagstaff’s transformation from innovative museum curator to Robert Mapplethorpe’s lover and patron is intensively probed in Black White + Gray.
ALMA ZEVI Projects presents Charlap Hyman & Herrero’s debut solo show Ouvrez-moi. Organized by Clara Zevi, it takes the spectators into a parallel mindset.
At first glance, Widows feels like a strange pick for a director like Steve McQueen.
DOUBLEPLAY began as a collaborative film by Gil De Ray and Kirsty Allison, shot in New Orleans, where Kirsty chalked up a graffiti poem around Crescent Park which she then recited, and Gil created music as an accompaniment. It creates an echo to the track to his first half of the film, some of which was shot in the UK’s Hellfire Caves.
In response to Donald’s Trump’s planned visit to London on 13th July, Creative Debuts have joinced forces with over 50 artists to show their collective disdain of the, ‘dangerous racism, sexism and narcissism that flow daily from the White House,’ through a unique art exhibition.
In 2017, demolition began. Joe returned to document its slow destruction.
Artists Lucy Stein and Mark Harwood have fomented a technique of combative curation that militates against against the normal pleasantries of social events.
She put the shooting of her boyfriend on Facebook live. Now artist Luke Willis Thompson has turned Diamond Reynolds into a different kind of screen star
We interview British artist David Austen on his film ‘Man Smoking’.
Gabriel Andreu discusses his poignant work: “To see your father crying can be the most painful and most liberating experience a man can have”.
A surreal homage, monochrome art, the refugees crisis, childhood nostalgia and moderation
Born from a month-long research trip across America, the ARCADIA AMERICANA project explores the themes of aspirational culture, kitsch, and the utopian imagery at the heart of the American Dream.
This year’s Film London Jarman Award tour will culminate with a weekend of music, events, spoken word, performances, talks and screenings at the Whitechapel Gallery, London.
Experimental installation Enter the Dragon combines music and martial arts in project inspired by iconic mirror scene in 1973 Hollywood film
At the weekend Absolut premiered Roxanne, a short film created by award-winning writer and Director Paul Frankl.
The first major Andy Warhol exhibition in the north of England recreates the world of the Factory and the Exploding Plastic Inevitable – and Warhol is revealed in all his compassion and searing insight
This week’s top 5 features an auction, a masked monkey, British wildlife, sonic art and Arab cinema
20,000 Days On Earth takes us deep into the heart of how myth, memory, love and loss, shape our lives, every single day.