In conversation with Simon Wallis.
These books provide fully illustrated guides to the riches of New York and London, and the next volumes will map out Paris, Berlin, Amsterdam and Madrid.
Elin Høyland, fascinated by two brothers living in rural Norway, photographed them, documenting a way of life that is all but on the brink of extinction.
Althamer is known for provocative pieces, often exploring the communicative powers of art and playing with the boundaries between spectator and artist.
There but for the is the new novel from Ali Smith, best known for her acclaimed fiction including The Accidental, Hotel World and Girl Meets Boy.
Beautiful and haunting, A Summer of Drowning is set in the white nights of an Arctic summer on the lonely and atmospheric island of Kvaløya.
When new drama teacher, Fran Heller arrives and chooses Aristophanes’ comedy Lysistrata, a new era begins in the sleepy town of Stellar Plains, New Jersey.
Acclaimed American director, Robert Wilson, presents The Life and Death of Marina Abramovic in a new interpretation of the artist’s life and work.
Underground Railroad’s third album White Night Stand is both intense and touching, taking influence from Liars and Radiohead to American alternative rock.
Online radio is helping musicians break free from their reliance on big-name stations. Want to get your album tracks played? There’s a show for that.
After relocating from South Dakota to Los Angeles and with a background in noise bands, it comes as no surprise that Erika M Anderson’s debut solo record takes in a wide range of influences.
Brian Eno is undeniably a shapeshifter. It’s little wonder, then, that his collaboration with Rick Holland has no limits where style, tempo and mood are concerned.
Despite their name, there is nothing remotely old-fashioned about The Victorian English Gentlemen’s Club. Their music is fresh, catchy and distinctly now.
Having started out as a producer working with artists like Pet Shop Boys and Talk Talk, Spiro is no stranger to the industry and to our immediate surroundings.
Without any false pretence, Morton Valence defy categorisation, and as such create astounding diversity in one album.
Inch-time’s album is inspired by the Japanese art movement, Ukiyo-e, which focuses on the “floating world” in contrast to the everyday.
Richard Ayoade’s debut feature film offers an honest but bleak glimpse into the mind of a group of teenagers struggling to come to terms with the reality of life.
Mortality looms in Biutiful; the story of one man’s struggle to set things right for his family on discovering that he has only months to live.
Two ranch hands are charged with bringing 5000+ sheep into the mountains of Montana to graze on public land – all the while this is juxtaposed with some of the world’s most beautiful scenery.
Mark Romanek’s portrayal of Kazuo Ishiguro’s Never Let Me Go is a delicate and subtle piece of cinema.
Animal Kingdom tells the story of J, whose mother has just died of a heroin overdose. Alone and unsure, he reaches out to his estranged criminal family.
To appreciate the controversy around Russia 88, one must take into account that were it not for Gorbachev’s Glasnost policy, this film would not have been made.
Launching in autumn 2011, ASFF is a new international film festival that offers visitors the chance to experience independent cinema in the city of York.
The Yusuf trilogy is an intriguing feat of Turkish cinema Taking his cue from psychoanalysis, Kaplanoğlu portrays the microcosm of one man and his world.
Exploring the boundaries between image and meaning, the 14th PHotoEspaña festival takes place in Madrid, Lisbon, Cuenca, and Alcalá de Henares.
Celebrating 20 years of unparalleled new and innovative work, Artangel shows new work at 2011’s Manchester International Festival and a retrospective too.
Kunsthalle Mannheim celebrates Bruce Nauman’s 70th birthday with a retrospective examining the artist’s fascinating body of work.
A new exhibition Pro Tools by digital artist Cory Arcangel at the Whitney explores the relationship between cultural production and digital technology.
30 artists are presented in the first large-scale exhibition of works from the collection of Dimitris Daskalopoulos.