Combining action, suspense and intricate detail, Ryan Schude’s photographs tell numerous stories and the viewer’s imagination is left to join the dots and interpret the narrative as they wish.
New York Bike Style
“To ride in New York”, the introduction informs us, “is to have a level of authority over an otherwise untamed landscape.”
Face in the Crowd is the new series of work from Alex Prager, who creates fascinating scenes utilising bright palettes and constructed settings.
Martin Creed’s first ever retrospective opens at the Hayward Gallery, London, this spring, exposing the large body of work of the genre-defying artist.
Height of Fashion
Music and fashion have a closer relationship than ever; however, the question remains: can musicians be good designers and do the two media interact?
Known for his innovative approach through the “decisive moment”, Henri Cartier-Bresson is one of the founding figures of modern photography.
Fanfarlo’s third album, Let’s Go Extinct, is a joy to listen to, infusing pop anthems with lyrical concerns about the future and human evolution.
At the heart of War Room Stories is a wonderful and vast muddle of textures – found sounds, atmospheric synths and subtle movements.
A New Perspective
Sensing Spaces sees seven international architecture practices transform the Royal Academy into a multi-sensory experience with site-specific installations.
We rather like the genre name Jones has cooked up to define his music: blufunk. It combines punk, funk and Yoruba rhythms to form a reasonably enticing mix.
The Coen Brothers’ Inside Llewyn Davis is an intimate tale of the Greenwich Village folk scene of 1961. We speak to cinematographer Bruno Delbonnel about his visual interpretation.
Blue is the Warmest Colour
Blue is the Warmest Colour charts the journey of Adèlefrom curiosity to melancholy via all points in between.
A new exhibition opens in New York at the International Center of Photography that interrogates what it means to work in analogue and digital photography today.
Show Time examines art exhibitions from the late 1980s to the present day and looks at how they have altered our understanding of the curator’s role.
Super Electric Party Machine
Conceived from the notorious club night of the same name, Super Electric Party Machine has concocted a high octane, fierce explosion of an album.
InRealLife opens with the provocative question, “Have we outsourced our children to the internet? And if yes, where are they and who owns them?”
Full of electronica and orchestral echoes, Slo Light is a collection of songs built on suspense and varied levels of noise.
Betrayal and guilt are the recurring themes in Free Fall, Stephen Lacant’s powerful film about forbidden love.
Philippe Halsman: Astonish Me!
Halsman’s relentless creativity kept his magnificent imagery alive and allowed him to construct a vivid picture of prosperous American society.
Two lost souls seek a light at the end of the long tunnel called marriage and hope to find it on a romantic weekend in Paris.