The London-based company explores how dance can bring emotion to science with ITS new piece 8 Minutes, showcased at Sadler’s Wells.
Filled with abandoned roads, scattered flowers and brilliant skylines – Western Cape and WHiT NY are amongst the latest colourful series by Jimmy Marble.
Romain Thiery offers a visual sense of renewal to universal structures through an attention to texture, light and the notion of absence.
Jenny Holzer brings political and social topics into question, highlighting a globalised and turbulent landscape through the contemporary lens.
Serbian artist Nikola Olic reimagines environments as disorientating and dimensionless, inviting viewers to examine urban and decontextualised structures.
Reflecting the notion of discovery, Jungle provides a bright, digitalised arena for uncanny figures, each an active participant in a number of settings.
One of London Fashion Week’s 2017 LAUDED Designers looks to the future of expression, which is influenced by neutrality, functionality and longevity.
German photographer Andreas Gefeller questions perception and truth, exploiting the possibilities of photography to highlight that which is overlooked.
A strand of the renowned photography festival, Les Rencontres d’Arles, documents the experience of place, marrying the contemporary with the historic.
Acclaimed Swedish firm, White Arkitekter, has won a commission to build the tallest timber building in the Nordic countries, a milestone in urban development.
Ritratti di living provides an emotional backdrop for the lifestyles advertised, combining minimalist design with voyeuristic angles.
Using primary colours, block shadows and gradient skies, Steve Bainbridge (b. 1974) showcases developments in minimalist postproduction and digital art.