Bright Nights: Photographs of Another New York

Street photographer Tod Seelie’s version of the city in Bright Nights completely redefines the concept of classic New York and is adamantly devoid of clichés.

Abdulnasser Gharem

A lieutenant colonel in the army, Gharem is the most significant Saudi conceptual artist of his generation.

The Act of Killing

Today the elderly former death squad leaders of Indonesia are venerated as heroes. One would assume they would be reluctant to explore their history. Not so.

Redefining the Medium

The annual survey of contemporary photography at New York’s Museum of Modern Art reveals an art form in the throes of profound transformations.

Gary Numan

The rebirth of Gary Numan over the past decade is testament to his significant influence on electronic music. Numan has returned to doing what he does best.

Night of Silence (Lal Gece)

Eons of ritual and inflexibility are played in this unsettling tale, in which youth vies with age to outmanoeuvre the demands of societal mores.

The Modern Magazine

Jeremy Leslie takes the magazine and questions how it is defined and how it has evolved over the past 10 years.

Burning House

Burning House effortlessly binds together a collection of songs a lot weirder than you could imagine from its composite parts.

Comics Art

Paul Gravett’s painstakingly researched volume offers an eloquent polemic on the art of comics, populated with a wide and diverse selection of the art it examines.


Combining the genre of romantic comedy with 1950s France and colourful cinematography, Régis Roinsard’s Populaire is a heartwarming masterpiece.

Breathe In

Breathe In is a breathtaking thriller which seeks to articulate the unheimlich undercurrent swirling beneath the false smiles of America’s nuclear family.