Browsing: The Culturist

Film
0

Sitting in a darkened room with 15 people, my toes were so curled I could almost kick my kneecaps. Across the room I saw winces, hands across eyes and heads fully turned from the screen. “Oh my…” breathed the woman behind me.

Art
0

In the wake of London Fashion Week, Adjoa Wiredu previews the V&A’s latest exhibition, Postmodernism: Style and Subversion, and asks, what exactly is postmodernism?

Theatre
0

“One for the road” is such a flippant, jovial expression, isn’t it? Something dads say at the pub. But I’ll never hear the expression in quite the same way again, having seen The Print Room and Young Vic’s co-production of Pinter’s brutal short play.

Dance
0

Cleopatra. The most ruthless of rulers, with a booming empire and beauty beyond our imagination, is the subject of the Northern Ballet’s touring production. Rachel Fellows is bewitched…

Art
0

In our second podcast interview, art curator and film director, Simon Rumley, talks to artists Hugh Mendes and Gordon Cheung about their forthcoming exhibitions this month.

The Culturist
0

The Edinburgh Fringe offers rich pickings for printers. One chap, clad beak to braces in gaudy plumes, touted ‘underground rebel bingo’ complete with giveaways of glitter balls, tents and sleeping bag suits. Douglas Blyde investigates…

Music
0

Wilderness was my friend Vinnie’s idea. Less music, more rounded arts experience. It seemed a new kind of festival. It felt as if a little piece of the folkloric California after which our fathers hankered, might still exist.

Film
0

Where do zombies come from? They owe a debt, or at least an offering of brains, to Herk Harvey and his only feature length film, Carnival of Souls. Steve Thompson reviews the seminal horror classic.

Art
0

Lawrence visits the Rosenfeld-Porcini Gallery in Fitzrovia, and uncovers one of the greatest lesser-known Spanish artists of our time, with a body of work spanning 50 years. Welcome to the world of Enrique Brinkmann.

Art
0

In our first installment of podcast interviews, writer, film director and art curator, Simon Rumley, interviews contemporary London artists, Jasper Joffe and Harry Pye, about their latest exhibition in Shoreditch this month.

1 73 74 75 76 77 80