Forgotten Stories

The Coen Brothers’ Inside Llewyn Davis is an intimate tale of the Greenwich Village folk scene of 1961. We speak to cinematographer Bruno Delbonnel about his visual interpretation.

Familiar Relationships

Iranian director Asghar Farhadi’s The Past follows his multi award-winning drama A Separation with a rigorous examination of truth, history and human relationships.

Eric Steel: Kiss the Water

Fly fishing is perhaps not the most popular topic for cinema, yet Eric Steel’s lyrical film shows a new side to this niche hobby by focusing on the devotion and love of one woman to her craft.

Art Rotterdam

For its 15th edition, Art Rotterdam has moved to a new location at the Van Nellefabriek. The extensive programme includes Main, New Art and Projections – the second edition of the video section.

Review of Ivan Argote: Strengthlessness, Galerie Perrotin

Colombian artist Ivan Argote has been based in France since 2005, where he commenced studies at the Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Beaux-Arts. He works with a multitude of media, always being provocative in his statements.

Now Showing: A Group Exhibition of Artists’ Film, Carroll / Fletcher

Carroll/ Fletcher’s Now Showing is conceived as a journey that explores the fundamental elements constituting filmmaking; each piece investigates approaches towards technical processes.

Black Screen Season: Freedom Riders, Pegasus Theatre, Oxford

Freedom Riders is powerful and harrowing in equal measure. The film follows the inspirational story of six months that changed America permanently. From May until November of 1961, more than 400 black and white Americans risked their lives.

John Skoog: Redoubt, Towner Museum and Art Gallery, Eastbourne

Bringing Scandinavian Noir to the English coast is John Skoog’s stark yet poetic film Redoubt. Towner Museum and Art Gallery has commissioned the 2013/14 ars viva prize winning artist to create a film for his first solo UK gallery exhibition.

Dark Tales, Mead Carney

Photographs of well-known faces playing various roles in unusual settings will be on display in Dark Tales, the first solo show by internationally acclaimed Rich Hardcastle at Mead Carney.

The New York Moment, Saint-Etienne Nouveau Siècle Festival

Working with the Opéra Théâtre de Saint-Étienne and the Musée d’art moderne, Nouveau Siècle Festival creates a focal point for American art through a new strand, The New York Moment.

The Hepworth Wakefield and International Dialogues in Art Projects at London Art Fair

Until 19 January, the 26th edition of the London Art Fair, showcasing the best of Modern British and contemporary art, will feature its first museum partnership with The Hepworth Wakefield.

Kevin Cooley & Phillip Andrew Lewis: Unexplored Territory

Bringing together photographs, photograms, videos, and works on paper, Unexplored Territory is a collection of varied and interconnected work from Kevin Cooley and Phillip Andrew Lewis.

Laure Prouvost, Contemporary Art Society, London

Moving restlessly between disciplines of film, performance, sound and site-specific installation, the exhibition captures the diversity and complexity of Laure Prouvost whose name has now become a topical buzzword of the contemporary art scene.

Jerwood Open Forest Exhibition, Jerwood Space, London

The inaugural Jerwood Open Forest exhibition examines art in the environment and what it has the potential to be in its broadest definition. This unique, multisensory exhibition of new work charts the five selected projects over a six-­‐month period.

Solo exhibition by Trisha Baga at Zabludowicz Collection, London

The Zabludowicz Collection will unveil a solo exhibition of New York-based artist Trisha Baga, in her first non-commercial gallery in the UK. It will unfold around the dramatic architecture of the Collection’s north London home.

Stan Douglas: Luanda-Kinshasa at David Zwirner, New York

For Stan Douglas‘ 12 solo show at David Zwirner, the artist will debut a new film Luanda-Kinshasa on 9 January, marking the first time the artist has filmed on location in New York.

Interview with Jerwood/Film and Video Umbrella Awards Nominee Lucy Clout

What Will They See of Me? is the second edition of the Jerwood/Film and Video Umbrella Awards and explores the importance attached to individual expressions of personal identity.

David Lynch: The Factory Photographs, TPG, London

Oscar-winning film director David Lynch extends his unique cinematic style to a series of dark and brooding images of derelict factories in David Lynch: The Factory Photographs.

Review of The Lady from the Sea by Thomas-Zanon Larcher and Jules Wright, Wapping Project

The Wapping Project stages a contemporary take on Norwegian playwright Henrik Ibsen’s The Lady from the Sea in photographic essay and installation form by Thomas-Zanon Larcher and Jules Wright.

Artangel Open 2014 Deadline

Artangel Open is inviting artists working in all media across the UK to submit bold, site-specific proposals that will transform and enrich the UK’s cultural landscape. Championing innovation and creativity is at the heart of this project.