Even the Rain

Even the Rain

Set in Bolivia in 2000 at the height of the civil unrest, a writer and director team begin shooting an epic take on the life of Christopher Columbus.

Cloclo

Cloclo

While the rest of the world was enamoured with The Beatles, Claude François was a sensation in France.

Marina Abramovic: The Artist is Present

Marina Abramovic: The Artist is Present

Matthew Akers delivers a living portrait of Marina Abramović, one of the most radical, provocative, uncompromising and extreme figures of the last 40 years.

Delicacy

Delicacy

Nathalie is consumed by grief when her handsome husband dies, but three years down the line, she surprises herself by falling for an awkward Swedish man.

The Source

The Source

The wry humour woven through this initially subversive battle of the sexes never really goes away, even as the drama takes on a harsher, realist perspective.

Bel Ami

Bel Ami

Based on the 1885 novel of the same name by Guy de Maupassant, Bel Ami is a fast-paced romp through the Parisian high society of the late 19th century.

Kid Koala

Kid Koala

From the instant 12 Bit Blues starts playing, an incredibly thrilling experience begins. As a listener, you feel like you’ve been given access to a rare privilege.

Said the Whale

Said the Whale

With their third full-length album, Said the Whale prove themselves to be experts in blending diverse elements into an ultimately harmonious end result.

Room E

Room E

Room E is a San Diego-based producer and he makes gentle electronica. The album, Penguin Child, is a very relaxed walk through this particular genre.

kNIFE and fORK

kNIFE and fORK

Taking your title from one of the world’s most celebrated Surrealists means you’ve got to deliver and this doesn’t disappoint.

Meursault

Meursault

Meursault have produced a genuinely extraordinary record. Something For The Weakened hangs its hat on its writing and production, and both are almost faultless.

Helen Boulding

Helen Boulding

Primarily acoustic, the album prioritises melody, and you’ll find yourself humming some of its tunes when you don’t expect it.

Caspar David Friedrich

Caspar David Friedrich

This isn’t so much a book as it is an artefact. Beautiful and intimate, this text offers an overview of Friedrich’s oeuvre.

Ken Price Sculpture: A Retrospective

Ken Price Sculpture: A Retrospective

Ken Price, an internationally renowned ceramic artist, is best known for his abstract shapes constructed from clay.

Photo Album

Photo Album

Bringing together seven distinct bodies of work from 1998 to 2012, Photo Album is a collection that evokes its namesake.

Drape Drape 2

Drape Drape 2

Drape Drape 2 includes 14 designs for tops, dresses, skirts, vests and jackets. The designs have a certain sharp severity that you would expect from the former Head of Garment Design for Muji.

Hello Nature

Hello Nature

Wegman’s love of Weimaraners has led him to be recognised as one of world’s most widely known conceptual artists.

Ed Atkins

Ed Atkins

Ed Atkins’ work investigates materiality and corporeality by working in high-definition video and writing.

Made in Arizona

Made in Arizona

2012 marks the 100th year since Arizona became one of the United States, and this summer The Center for Creative Photography presents a selection of images created in the state.

There’s Something Happening Here

There’s Something Happening Here

This September Brancolini Grimaldi hosts There’s Something Happening Here, a group exhibition that showcases the work of a new generation of photographers.

The Music App Explosion

The Music App Explosion

We’re in the age of the iPhone. Nearly everyone has one. how is the music industry coping with the influx of apps?

Unrestricted Movement

Unrestricted Movement

A new exhibition demonstrates Merce Cunningham’s concept of movement in space and explores his relationship with art and other artists.

Ends of the Earth: Land Art to 1974

Ends of the Earth: Land Art to 1974

The first large-scale survey of Land Art takes place at MOCA in Los Angeles, looking at the historical origins of artists’ interactions with landscape.

Searching for Sugarman

Searching for Sugarman

Malik Bendjelloul, director of Searching For Sugar Man, discusses how he committed such a curious story to celluloid.

Cig Harvey

Cig Harvey

If Cig Harvey takes her inspiration from past and personal experiences, then the world in which she lives must be at once beautiful and terrifying.

Grasscut

Grasscut

Grasscut is a Brighton-based electro-pop band. Formed by Andrew Phillips and Marcus O’Dair in 2009, the band has gone on to achieve widespread critical acclaim.

Surrealist Explorations

Surrealist Explorations

A rediscovery of the feminist artist Penelope Slinger presents a timely reappraisal of her work for the first time in nearly 40 years.

From the Margin to the Edge: Brazilian Art and Design

From the Margin to the Edge: Brazilian Art and Design

A new exhibition at Somerset House in London contextualises Brazilian contemporary art and design within the paradigm of international artistic practice.

Russian Art: New Contexts

Russian Art: New Contexts

Utilising Venice Architecture Biennale as a platform, The Way of Enthusiasts compiles the last few decades of Russian art into a comprehensive landscape.

In the Dark Half

In the Dark Half

The Dark Half tells the gripping story of a teenage girl’s journey through her troubled imagination, negotiating the boundaries of fact and fiction.