Degrees of Uncertainty

Degrees of Uncertainty

Concerned with observing the world, Kevin Cooley captures a profound and intense mood through his treatment of light, colour and object.

Built from Life

Built from Life

The practice of Abraham Cruzvillegas draws on his experiences of growing up in Mexico city, as he creates sculptures that grow from their environment.

Life Through the Lens

Life Through the Lens

Full of flamboyant personality, Garry Winogrand was famed for his street shots of everybody from businessmen to hippies, animals and celebrities.

Enlightened Spaces

Enlightened Spaces

A survey of light art from the 1960s to the present day at The Hayward Gallery considers the way in which we think about architectural space, environments and phenomena as artworks in themselves.

Interior Dialogues

Interior Dialogues

Michael Eastman has spent time in Havana, Paris, Rome and New Orleans, recording in minute detail the distinctive features of each place.

Thomas Zanon-Larcher

Thomas Zanon-Larcher

Photographer Thomas Zanon-Larcher blends aspects of film, performance and storytelling in his images, questioning ideals of beauty propounded by fashion.

What is David Bowie

What is David Bowie

A major exhibition at the V&A examines the impact and constant evolution of ever-influential musician, style icon and shape-shifter, David Bowie.

Universal Language

Universal Language

Partners in work and in life, Marquis Montes create enigmatic works that draw on many cultural references. Through dramatic staging and invigorating styling, their work captivates the imagination.

Viviane Sassen: In and Out of Fashion

Viviane Sassen: In and Out of Fashion

Infinity Award winner Viviane Sassen’s visual language is nothing if not intriguing. Her new book chronicles her career in fashion photography through 250 prints.

The Postcard Age

The Postcard Age

Drawing on one of the finest and most comprehensive collections anywhere in the world, The Postcard Age presents 400 postcards from the decades around 1900.

Pattern: 100 Fashion Designers, 10 Curators

Pattern: 100 Fashion Designers, 10 Curators

Following its predecessor, Sample (2005), Pattern captures a snapshot of the latest designers defining clothes rails today.

Inventing Abstraction 1910 – 1925

Inventing Abstraction 1910 – 1925

This mammoth text is probably one of the most conclusive surveys on the history of abstraction. Exploring its inception and development, this book brings together key works and artists from the period.

People Apart: 1950s Cape Town Revisited

People Apart: 1950s Cape Town Revisited

In People Apart, the simultaneous historical depth and phenomenological presence of Bryan Heseltine’s photographs are the soul of the work.

Fashion Scandinavia: Contemporary Cool

Fashion Scandinavia: Contemporary Cool

In a world of outrageous colours, glitter and Anna Dello Russo, the designers of clear lines and minimal shapes stand apart as intriguing and desirable.

K-X-P

K-X-P

Sprinklings of hushed vocals meet a psychedelic drive worthy of Daft Punk, as the energy is high from the beginning.

Marc Carroll

Marc Carroll

Now signed to the highly regarded One Little Indian, Carroll’s latest album marks a turning point, as the label will also be reissuing his first four albums.

Klak Tik

Klak Tik

Combining a cupboard full of instruments, choral layers and electronic blips, Klak Tik’s second album is the perfect balance of deafening calamity and peaceful clarity.

Keaton Henson

Keaton Henson

Keaton Henson’s backstory is so fascinating that there is a tiny risk of it overshadowing the music, but once immersed in his new album, Birthdays, there is no need for concern.

HK119

HK119

Opening with the provocative question “Are you there?”, HK119 responds to her audience’s presence with a twisting tale of howling vocals and pounding beats.

Beach Fossils

Beach Fossils

For their sophomore release, the Dustin Payseur-led Beach Fossils unleash a lo-fi and ethereal studio album worthy of the Brooklynite’s stellar reputation.

Amour

Amour

If you’ve ever loved, this story of an elderly couple facing the unthinkable – one half of their familiar, codependent unit fading away – will touch a raw nerve.

My Brother the Devil

My Brother the Devil

London’s mean streets and the escalating gang culture that eats up our youth are brought to vivid life in Sally El Hosaini’s searing portrait of modern England.

Beasts of the Southern Wild

Beasts of the Southern Wild

The voice of the film is one of beauty and innocence, narrated by six-year-old Hushpuppy, as she navigates her world of near orphanhood.

The Pool

The Pool

The Pool manages to transcend the standard clichés about India – a feat made more triumphant by the fact that the writer and director are foreigners.

Rust and Bone

Rust and Bone

Rust and Bone is a deeply affecting portrait of the gradual coming together of two wounded souls, driven by a brave central performance by Marion Cotillard.

The House I Live In

The House I Live In

Eugene Jarecki, director of Why We Fight, takes a fascinating, gritty look at the American criminal justice system.

Linder Sterling

Linder Sterling

Arriving on the art scene in the 1970s, Linder Sterling is known for her subversive collages combining the female figure with objects and nature.

Cross-Cultural Dialogues

Cross-Cultural Dialogues

The Harbourfront Centre in Toronto presents a collection of works from around the globe for World Stage, developing dialogues between cross-cultural performance.

YouTube Killed the Video Star

YouTube Killed the Video Star

The past five years have seen the music video evolve, resulting in stronger and stranger narratives than ever before.

Alt-J

Alt-J

Cambridge-based four-piece Alt-J spent 2012 scooping up the Mercury Prize, releasing their debut album and gaining plaudits from the music industry at large.

In Search of Belonging

In Search of Belonging

The latest documentary from Marc Isaacs explores universal themes of loss, belonging and the search for home through careful observation of one neighbourhood in North London.

The Impact of Isolation

The Impact of Isolation

In Scott Graham’s debut feature, a father and daughter coexist in isolation and a relationship marked by complexity.