Take This Waltz

Take This Waltz follows Margot as she agonises over leaving a secure life with a dependable husband for the excitement of an illicit liaison.

Regarding Warhol: Sixty Artists, Fifty Years

Featuring conversations with the likes of Alex Katz, Jeff Koons and Julian Schnabel, the book collects both the words and the works of the artists that followed Warhol.

Sonic Youth

In this newly released recording of a 1985 Sonic Youth gig, the haunting vibrancy is more than audible. It’s easy to hear this and lose your mind to the dingy images of the Chicago music venue.

Singing Adams

The follow-up to his acclaimed album, Everybody Friends Now, Singing Adams’ new release, Moves, does not disappoint.

Naytronix

Catchy, chilled out and, some may even say, cerebral. There’s even a summery vibe, but don’t let that put you off; instead let it cast its glow over your winter.

Midnight To The Boom: Painting in India After Independence

This book examines the revolutionary art movement that grew in India between its declaration of independence in 1947 and the economic boom of the 1990s.

In Your Hands (Contre Toi)

Alone in a cell-like room, plagued and tormented by her captor, Yann, surgeon Anna is forced to confront the personal and professional facets of her personality.

Super Best Friends Club

Esoteric is the word of the day as the wonderfully named Super Best Friends Club unleashes its epic journey of a debut LP.

Planas

Certain tracks, such as Cry Wolf, could form a fitting soundtrack to a grand and intense piece of performance art.

Art in Oceania: A New History

Challenging the notion that Oceanic art consists essentially of masks and sculptures, this book exposes how the peoples of Oceania created an incredible range of art forms and great art traditions.

A Simple Life

In A Simple Life, the aloof movie producer Roger treats his live-in servant Ah Tao with dismissiveness, until illness upsets the balance of their shared existence.

Pop Art

Collins’ text skilfully moves through the different eras of Pop. He also looks at Pop Art in relation to the Civil Rights Movement and the Vietnam War.