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Sheila Rennick, Save Changes at Stour Space until 1st June

As part of a group exhibition called Save Changes, the portraits by Sheila Rennock are beautifully painted reproductions from profile pictures of men found on Tinder. …

Interview with Peter Chittick, Owner of Hotel Crillon Le Brave

Hotel Crillon Le Brave, Provence

There are few places that live up to the promise of a relaxing luxury vacation away from the tedium and mundanity of commuting London. There …

COBAIN: MONTAGE OF HECK

COBAIN: MONTAGE OF HECK

I had barely turned 14 when Kurt Cobain, front man of Nirvana, took his own life with a gunshot to the head at the age …

JOHN WICK

JOHN WICK

There is a special sub-genre in action films dubbed the “one last job” movie. Pretty much any film about an assassin will feature them on …

Guy Bourdin: Image-Maker at Somerset House

Guy Bourdin: Image-Maker at Somerset House

Guy Bourdin’s original dark and sexually charged photography works can be distinctively placed between the ‘summer of love’ and the Hitchcock era. Since then it has been countlessly …

A MOST VIOLENT YEAR

A MOST VIOLENT YEAR

Having toiled for fifteen years as a director of commercials, J.C. Chandor made an impressive feature filmmaking debut in 2011 with Margin Call, a taut …

Giovanni Battista Moroni, Gian Girolamo Albani

Giovanni Battista Moroni

They are, in short, alive. He captures a sense of his subjects with an intense subtlety. Moroni paid for his meals by painting local high …

10 Favourite Films from 2014

Editorial: 10 Favourite Films from 2014

Believe the hype, as any avid viewer like yours truly will be able to confirm, 2014 was a bountiful year both in mainstream and art-house …

Stuart Semple, Anxiety Generation at Delahunty Fine Art

Stuart Semple, Anxiety Generation at Delahunty Fine Art

Elements of popular cultural references, anarchic messages and clever pictorial censorship play out on the walls of Delahunty Fine Art’s new Mayfair premises in London. …

BOYS (Jongens) - DVD Review

BOYS (Jongens) – DVD Review

Along with the mighty Scandinavians, the neighboring Dutch and Belgians keep producing interesting and poignant cinema despite often making their appearance without too much clamor, …

Francesca Woodman ZIGZAG at Victoria Miro

Francesca Woodman ZIGZAG at Victoria Miro

Francesca Woodman, born in 1958, has become one of the most talked about, studied and influential of contemporary photographers. The artist who ended her life …

FILM CHAT: Jenny Slate and Gillian Robespierre discuss Obvious Child

FILM CHAT: Jenny Slate and Gillian Robespierre discuss Obvious Child

It’s a chilly and overcast Thursday afternoon in London. I’ve just returned in the UK after spending two blissful weeks back home in Sicily with …

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