Frida Kahlo: Face to Face

Frida Kahlo: Face to Face

With Kahlo’s place firmly rooted in history, Chicago asks how exactly has this place been cemented? “As an important artist? Feminist hero, Latino pioneer?”

Nancy Spero: The Work

Nancy Spero: The Work

This monograph explores Spero’s entire body of work, giving due weight to the (anti) narratives of language and voice.

Designs for Small Spaces

Designs for Small Spaces

The modernist concentration on the design of an abstract yet integrated space has been replaced by the post-modern reaction, which pays closer attention to small scale design and its meaning.

Comfort and Joy: A Novel

Comfort and Joy: A Novel

After a telling dinner party, in which everyone seems to have some sort of awakening and massive revelation, Clara’s life changes once again.

I Still Dream About You

I Still Dream About You

Set in Alabama, the novel reveals what it is like to overcome the shadows of a country’s past whilst also adoring the place you consider “home.”

Bar Balto

Bar Balto

This new work is a gripping whodunnit focused around the death of the town’s bar owner. Everyone has a reason to dislike Joël Morvier and no one is shy about offering opinions.

Rula Jebreal

Rula Jebreal

Rula Jebreal is an award-winning journalist who specialises in foreign affairs and immigration rights issues.

Inconvenient Spoof

Inconvenient Spoof

A new theatre company challenges the idea of a cultural hierarchy and aspires to make work that is intelligent and provocative without being exclusive.

Truth & Lies on the Road to Nashville

Truth & Lies on the Road to Nashville

In How to Read the Air, Dinaw Mengestu explores family relationships and one man’s need to reinvent the past, present and future to deal with his memories.

Gregory and the Hawk

Gregory and the Hawk

Gregory and the Hawk’s new album does not invite easy comparison, yet there is something eerily familiar about it.

Paul Smith

Paul Smith

The Maxïmo Park front man already has an enigmatic character, an art-rocker who reads poetry and that type of thing.

White Noise Sound

White Noise Sound

The beauty of this album is that it’s stylised with up-tempo tracks. There’s constant energy even when the music drifts into more cosmic places.

Brian Eno

Brian Eno

Having collaborated with almost everybody active in the progressive music scene since the 1970s, Brian Eno has joined forces with Jon Hopkins and Leo Abrahams for his latest creation.

Caro Snatch

Caro Snatch

Til You’re No Longer Blinkered is a collection of experimental tracks combining spoken word, operatic melodies and a fiery mindset.

Ensemble

Ensemble

A bilingual gem of an album, Excerpts is the latest offering from Montreal-based songwriter and composer, Olivier Alary, the man behind Ensemble.

French Horn Rebellion

French Horn Rebellion

We caught up with French Horn Rebellion to chat about their learning curve, influences and the cinematic storytelling that culminated in their first album.

Electronic Memories in Music

Electronic Memories in Music

Imagine if that old games console in the attic could play you a tune. Chiptune music takes its inspiration – and its source material – from the unlikeliest of sources, and is creating its own superstars.

Alan Haydon

Alan Haydon

Alan Haydon has been Director and Chief Executive of the De La Warr Pavilion for the past 10 years.

The Fish Child

The Fish Child

Set in Buenos Aires, The Fish Child is the story of a clandestine romance. Two young girls in love hatch a plan to return to Lake Ypoá in Paraguay to live together.

White Material

White Material

The latest feature film from Claire Denis focuses on Africa and depicts a former French colony. There is revolution – the army against a band of rebels, fuelled by the provocative allegations of a radio DJ.

Shed Your Tears And Walk Away

Shed Your Tears And Walk Away

Jez Lewis’ documentary explores the underbelly of the quaint tourist town, Hebden Bridge in Yorkshire.

The Maid (La Nana)

The Maid (La Nana)

Sebastián Silva’s second feature is a sweetly comic take on the role of domestic servant within a household.

Hideaway (Le Refuge)

Hideaway (Le Refuge)

Ozon’s latest offering, Le Refuge, refutes his categorisation as an enfant terrible of French cinema and is distinctly more art-house than the shocking Sitcom.

Erasing David

Erasing David

In Erasing David, David Bond attempts to “disappear” from society for 30 days without leaving a trail of records and data with which he can be traced.

Make Your Film: Part Two

Make Your Film: Part Two

How to get your film out there: Elliot Grove, founder of Raindance Festival, offers top tips to help promote your film.

Making Shorts in Today’s Film Culture

Making Shorts in Today’s Film Culture

The results for the Aesthetica Short Film Competition 2010 have been announced. The finalists have their say on what it takes to make a great short and how that fits within the landscape of cinema today.

Crossing the Great Divide

Crossing the Great Divide

Gilles de Beauchêne creates interplay between the world of fine art photography and advertising in an attempt to make those worlds co-exist.

Beyond the Definition of Pop Art

Beyond the Definition of Pop Art

Defying the label of Pop Artist, David Spiller’s latest offering at Beaux-Arts, London, uses colour, form and familiar icons to conjure up memories of the past.

This Must Be the Place

This Must Be the Place

David Campany, has brought together an international range of artists who are making work in a variety of forms, in the latest show to open at Jerwood Space.

Contemporary Greek Sculpture

Contemporary Greek Sculpture

Humanist Connections in Disconnected Histories: Looking for Discourse in the Work of Jannis Kounellis, Vlassis Caniaris, Kostis Velonis and Rallou Panagiotou.

Mechanisms of Expression

Mechanisms of Expression

The Royal Academy’s winter 2010 exhibition surveyed the changing role of fashion within the context of wider identity formation.