LONDON — When I asked Douglas why he decided to shift Conrad’s novel to Portugal in 1975, he replied with a seemingly benevolent “Why not?”
ROME — Mentioning Rome to most people evokes, in no particular order: ancient ruins, stunning palazzi, romantic dinners, and good weather.
LONDON — For four weeks, eight of London’s youngest galleries are hosting 15 like-minded spaces from around the world as part of CONDO, a collaborative project that’s been proven to be very successful with the public.
LONDON — Although Radical Design was short-lived, its conceptual outcome had far-reaching implications, and the issues raised by the movement have preoccupied successive generations of architects and designers.
There’s one place you shouldn’t miss when visiting Rome. It’s neither the Colosseum nor St. Peter’s Basilica.
LONDON — It is almost impossible not to notice the recent flourishing of sound installations in the British art world.
LONDON — In 2013, Prem Sahib transformed Southard Reid gallery into a club.
LONDON — To better understand these early, rarely exhibited sound works, visitors have to go back in time.
LONDON — American director Abel Ferrara’s newest film documents the final 24 hours of Pier Paolo Pasolini’s life in an intelligent way, without rhetoric or prudery.
LONDON — As the centerpiece of this year’s Greenwich + Docklands International Festival (GDF) in London, artistic director Bradley Hemmings has created an outdoor theater production called “The Four Fridas,” inspired by the life and work of legendary Mexican painter Frida Kahlo.
LONDON — How do you tell a story that does not want to be told?
LONDON — Hexenmeister, AA Bronson’s first solo show at Maureen Paley, calls to mind his recent House of Shame at the Gwangju Biennial, featuring Bronson’s particular combination of queer themes and shamanic practices.