William Klein + Daido Moriyama

Klein + Moriyama examines the importance of the urban environment for two of post-war photography’s most compelling and elusive figures.

Hit So Hard

The rock and roll lifestyle may be all glamour to an outsider, but rockumentary Hit So Hard shows precisely how one musician paid the price for fame.

M/M Paris

Mathias Augustyniak and Michael Amzalag celebrate their 20th anniversary. A new book examines their unique fusion of graphic design, art, music and fashion.

Cinematic Intensity

Formento & Formento is a partnership between BJ and Richeille Formento. Based in the USA, the pair creates cinematic images that rest somewhere between fine art and fashion photography.

Tim Walker

Tim Walker presented a breathtakingly surreal exhibition, Story Teller at Somerset House, which combined the worlds of art and fashion.

Six Lines of Flight

A new exhibition at SFMOMA surveys the work of artists from six cities that have become burgeoning artistic centres, exploring the changing nature of today’s international artistic landscape.

Musical Instrument Design

Musical instrument designers are pushing their creations in new and unexpected directions. In the process, the instruments themselves are becoming a lot more than just tools for making music.

Style Feed: The World’s Top Fashion Blogs

Picked by arguably the most successful fashion blogger, Susie Bubble, this text lists the most influential writers and photographers of the online fashion realm.

Burning Shapes

These Things Happen offers such a perfect balance of guitar-rich up-tempo treats and laid-back melody that it’s a surprise to discover it’s Burning Shapes’ debut.

Fast Girls

Blue-collar black kid meets snooty white rich girl and they play out their rivalries on the running track. And that’s it. Noel Clarke’s script does what it says on the tin.

Nadav Kander: Yangtze – The Long River

In Nadav Kander’s series Yangtze – The Long River, a body of work for which he won the prestigious 2009 Prix Pictet photographic award, Kander followed the Yangtze River for most of its 4,000 miles.


Orr can make some great beats. Wise has a killer voice. And together, the Brooklyn duo make some beguiling pop music: all sultry textures and tinkling asides.

Minus the Bear

Minus the Bear’s fifth album sees the quintet reunited with former member and long time producer Matt Bayles and is, in many ways, a return to form.

Capturing the Individual

The Serial Portrait: Photography and Identity in the Last One Hundred Years showcases 153 works by 20 artists who photographed the same subject in the same place repeatedly.

Le Corbusier and the Power of Photography

Marking the 125th anniversary of the birth of Le Corbusier, this text illuminates his dynamic relationship with photography.

Neue Welt

Over more than two decades, Wolfgang Tillmans has explored the medium of photography with impressive range. This book was created in the course of numerous journeys around the world.

Boys Noize

This is all about the bass: big, crunchy, rumbly synths that will shake any pair of headphones to pieces.

All in Good Time

Rafta lends itself superbly to the screen in this hugely enjoyable – if not exactly groundbreaking – adaptation.

The Landlord

Originally released in 1970, this cult classic tells the story of a well-to-do New Yorker who becomes the landlord of an inner-city tenement.

Cat Power

Celebrated for her searching voice and haunting guitar, the American singer makes a welcome return to original material on this tenth album.