We met up with actor Jack Brett Anderson, who at the age of just 25, has an impressive collection of roles under his belt. The
The Peninsula Hotel in Hong Kong is known to locals as The Pen, or to worldy travellers under the more affectionate moniker; the Grand Old
As one of Duggie Fields’ paintings portraying Syd Barrett makes its public debut at The V&A this month, part of the Pink Floyd: Their Mortal
As cities grow and change, so too does culture. We’ve sought out trailblazing art cities around the world – from contemporary-focused hubs to classical townships – all
The House of St Barnabas in London’s Soho is a member’s club with a profound difference. It has a social conscience. It is run as
The latest in the pioneering series of Exhibition On Screen films directed by Phil Grabsky, I, Claude Monet offers a different approach from the usual.
Out on the 23rd of February in the UK, Patriots Day has been hailed a triumph of a film and our cover star, Alex Wolff
If you’ve ever been confused by the Bruegel family tree, you’re not alone. There are Pieters and Jans and Elders and Youngers, then further down
As Tate Britain unveils its highly anticipated David Hockney retrospective, an intimate display in St. James’s takes a look at the much less trodden ground
It has been over ten years since his last directorial feature, but his new offering Hacksaw Ridge could mark Mel Gibson’s triumphant return to Hollywood.
A combination of restlessness and unbridled talent is how we would describe Eoin Macken. His hunger for knowledge across the inner-workings of everything (from the
Fabienne Verdier is known for her fusion of Western and Eastern artistic values in her painting. Her practice is laced with theoretical concepts, as well
The last of Wagner’s cycle of music dramas, Götterdämmerung, is a German translation of the Old Norse word Ragnarok, which in Norse mythology involves a prophesied
Pedro Paricio is a Spanish artist hailing from Tenerife, who has been creeping up on the contemporary painting scene in recent years, with great acclaim.
The chain of high street shops known at Tiger, are the purveyors of all things fun, kitsch and affordable – experts at making you buy
Two female art historians have made it their mission to help raise the profile of Nordic art to its rightful place alongside the long-lauded paintings
The old adage may be that dog is a man’s best friend, but for a boy left lost, alone and frightened in a northern wilderness
This is an edited excerpt from Create or Die: Essays on the Artistry of Dennis Hopper, a new book by Stephen Lee Naish published by
Currently filming the internationally renowned series Midsomer Murders, playing new sidekick DS Jamie Winter, Nick Hendrix is an anticipated rising star on screen. After studying
Spent the weekend watching Glastonbury from the comfort of your sofa, Sauvignan Blanc in one hand, TV remote in the other feeling some serious FOMO
The Swiss artist Mark Bern has had a quite unorthodox journey into the art world. For years, Bern was creating art prints for himself on
The Tate Modern has just opened a new photography exhibition with a twist. Rather than focusing on the photographer, the emphasis has shifted to analysing
Usually when there is something very expensive on offer, the wealthy residents of Singapore don’t need to be invited twice. Singapore has after all one
Boris Pasternak’s Russian novel, Doctor Zhivago, was adapted for television back in 2002. Hans Matheson played alongside Keira Knightley and Sam Neill in a role
Alexander Calder (1898-1976) was one of the truly ground-breaking artists of the 20th century and, as a pioneer of kinetic sculpture, played an essential role
Venetian art, from a historical perspective, has a reputation for being bright, bold and dramatic. Many of the best Renaissance artists emerged from the palazzo
John Armstrong’s paintings are an enigma. Over a period in which many artists turned to abstraction, Armstrong remained firmly figurative, yet his spaces are hard
Having just turned into a teenager, Raffey Cassidy has gone above and beyond what most thirteen-year-olds have achieved. She began her acting career in 2009
In Philipp Stölzl’s The Physician we follow the story of Rob Cole (Tom Payne), a young Christian man from England who, haunted by the
‘Star Cunts & Other Attractions’ is a fittingly lurid title for this exhibition of Judy Chicago’s early works on display at Riflemaker in Soho.