Realigning Architecture

Incorporating drawings, models, sketches and collages, Bernard Tschumi explores the detailed and lengthy process of design involved in architecture.

A Sensory Experience

The organic sculptures and magical universe of Ernesto Neto take over the gallery at Guggenheim Bilbao, allowing audiences to engage with their senses.

Personalising the Political

Biyi Bandele’s big screen adaptation of Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s seminal novel pares down the story but maintains a personal, evocative impression of Nigeria’s post-colonial struggle.

Ephemeral Performance

Sean Gandini brings a unique approach to juggling with Smashed, an homage to Pina Bausch and the mathematics of dance, featuring four crockery sets, nine performers and 80 apples.

Parallel Opposites

Ayoade’s adaptation of the existentialist Russian novella, The Double, is a dark comedy that sees Eisenberg perform two opposing manifestations of the same self.

Keep Britain Tidy

A compelling volume of post-war posters from the National Archive, which paint a portrait of the changing concerns of British government from 1945 to 1975.

Observational Photography

Born in Santa Margherita Ligure in 1930, Gianni Berengo Gardin has produced more than 200 books and exhibitions in his 60-year career.

Kate Moss by Mario Testino

Edited by Testino and featuring pieces from his private archive, the volume brings together the duo’s best work.

Provocative Explorations

A retrospective of Robert Heinecken at MoMA explores an artist whose work questions and subverts the imagery associated with popular media.

Short Term 12

Short Term 12 taunts and tricks you with soft focus and witty quips, providing the sugar for the incredibly moving medicine of the story underneath.

The Voluntary Butler Scheme

One-man powerhouse Rob Jones returns for his third full-length album, rather charming and doting, jam-packed with meandering guitar melodies.

Make Your Own Luck

Kate Moross is a veritable design chameleon, whose portfolio boasts a diverse range of work.

Fading Dreams

Both a documentary photographer and cultural commentator, Phil Bergerson has spent the past 20 years constructing a visual historical record of the depleting remnants of the American Dream.

For Those in Peril

For Those in Peril follows the aftermath of a fishing accident that claimed five lives in a remote Scottish village.

Hausckha

A haunting record, Abandoned City isn’t just about capturing the vibe of the cities left behind; it’s concerned with working out what loneliness means.

Questioning the Canon

The astonishing re-staging of one of Germany’s most internationally renowned contemporary artists is playful, bewildering, enticing and hypnotic.

Women Photographers

Women Photographers is a definitive collection, which details 60 biographies of the most influential female photographers of the 19th century to the present day.

Picture Perfect

Mixing precise colour palettes with beautiful settings, Kourtney Roy regularly appears as her own subject, taking on different personas in a myriad of contexts.

Redefining Audiences

Opera, and indeed classical music generally, is healthy and thriving. However, there is still a need to attract the attention of the younger generation.

Simone Felice

Raw, naked emotion remains through Strangers, a collection of songs about real people and real life situations with each number having a distinct sense of place.