Dramatic Interludes

Dramatic Interludes

Known for images that balance between documentary and staged photography, Philip-Lorca diCorcia’s East of Eden series opens at David Zwirner, London.

Everyday Vitality

Everyday Vitality

Finding life and energy in any and every location, Sergio Larrain’s protagonists appear unperturbed by the camera and continue with their everyday interactions.

Alejandro Chaskielberg

Alejandro Chaskielberg

Working everywhere from the Kenya to the Netherlands, Chaskielberg’s roots in photojournalism allow him to narrate specific environments and the individuals living within them.

Eleonora Ronconi

Eleonora Ronconi

Returning to the plastic creatures and vibrant colours of the amusement park during twilight, Eleonora Ronconi discovers a haunting environment.

Rituals of Rented Island

Rituals of Rented Island

A new show at the Whitney surveys performance art, casting an eye over the theatrical happenings at a scarcely charted moment in art history.

9 Artists

9 Artists

The Walker Art Center’s latest exhibition, 9 Artists, strips the concept of group show down to its core, dispensing with themes and showcasing artistic practice.

A Genre of its Own

A Genre of its Own

Jeremy Lovering’s dark psychological thriller explores the human capacity for violence, our primal phobia of the dark, and the notion of truth versus fiction.

Zsófia Boros

Zsófia Boros

Evocative and passionate are two words that perfectly encapsulate Zsófia Boros’ ECM debut, En Otra Parte.

Agnes Obel

Agnes Obel

As soon as the opening notes of Agnes Obel’s second album Aventine fill the air, it becomes impossible to stop listening.

Unexpected Performances

Unexpected Performances

The Lyric Hammersmith’s new season of Secret Theatre challenges preconceived notions of production and attempts to offer up a bold new alternative.

Black Onassis

Black Onassis

Black Onassis’ unique sound is a potent mix of electronic beats and guitar rock.

Let the Music Pay

Let the Music Pay

Musicians and corporations working together isn’t a new concept. However, lately the suits have been making some interesting moves. This is a tale of hip-hop, basketball and ice cream.

Call Girl

Call Girl

Based on actual events, Call Girl tells the story of underage prostitution among the Swedish elite in the 1970s.

100 Works of Art That Will Define Our Age

100 Works of Art That Will Define Our Age

Recognising pieces from 1989 to the present day, Grovier has created a compelling list of works that have had the greatest impact in recent times.

Our Children

Our Children

Our Children is a harrowing depiction of one woman’s psychological decline, spiralling uncontrollably to an ending that is made more shocking by the simple treatment it is given.

Love Story to Cuba

Love Story to Cuba

Evocative, authentic rhythms and stunning Caribbean vistas combine in this
lighthearted, fish-out-of-water comedy about family secrets and failing ideals.

Young Rebel Set

Young Rebel Set

Channelling the dulcet, pained tones of Springsteen, Young Rebel Set’s lead singer Matty Chipchase echoes the cadence of Born To Run throughout Crocodile.

Art Cities of the Future: 21st Century Avant-Gardes

Art Cities of the Future: 21st Century Avant-Gardes

Art Cities of the Future examines the relationship between place and experimental creativity, picking out avant-gardes from 12 specific locations.

Eyemazing: The New Collectible Art Photography

Eyemazing: The New Collectible Art Photography

Eyemazing: The New Collectible Art Photography presents a phenomenal range of works, all assembled from the best of the magazine of the same name.

Rediscovering Domesticity

Rediscovering Domesticity

Elmgreen & Dragset occupy the former textile galleries of The Victoria & Albert Museum, London, with their rendition of a failed architect’s inherited home.

Bright Nights: Photographs of Another New York

Bright Nights: Photographs of Another New York

Street photographer Tod Seelie’s version of the city in Bright Nights completely redefines the concept of classic New York and is adamantly devoid of clichés.

Abdulnasser Gharem

Abdulnasser Gharem

A lieutenant colonel in the army, Gharem is the most significant Saudi conceptual artist of his generation.

The Act of Killing

The Act of Killing

Today the elderly former death squad leaders of Indonesia are venerated as heroes. One would assume they would be reluctant to explore their history. Not so.

Redefining the Medium

Redefining the Medium

The annual survey of contemporary photography at New York’s Museum of Modern Art reveals an art form in the throes of profound transformations.

Gary Numan

Gary Numan

The rebirth of Gary Numan over the past decade is testament to his significant influence on electronic music. Numan has returned to doing what he does best.

Night of Silence (Lal Gece)

Night of Silence (Lal Gece)

Eons of ritual and inflexibility are played in this unsettling tale, in which youth vies with age to outmanoeuvre the demands of societal mores.

The Modern Magazine

The Modern Magazine

Jeremy Leslie takes the magazine and questions how it is defined and how it has evolved over the past 10 years.

Burning House

Burning House

Burning House effortlessly binds together a collection of songs a lot weirder than you could imagine from its composite parts.

Comics Art

Comics Art

Paul Gravett’s painstakingly researched volume offers an eloquent polemic on the art of comics, populated with a wide and diverse selection of the art it examines.

Populaire

Populaire

Combining the genre of romantic comedy with 1950s France and colourful cinematography, Régis Roinsard’s Populaire is a heartwarming masterpiece.

Breathe In

Breathe In

Breathe In is a breathtaking thriller which seeks to articulate the unheimlich undercurrent swirling beneath the false smiles of America’s nuclear family.