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Love Is Strange | Movie review

Love Is Strange
MOVIE REVIEW

Love Is Strange’s most meaningful moments are in the tiny revelations regarding the complicated relationship at its heart. The title is blunt, and a little heavy-handed, but you’re unlikely to get a more direct explanation of what the [read more]

Snow in Paradise | Movie review

Snow in Paradise
MOVIE REVIEW

Dave, played by new discovery Frederick Schmidt, is the nephew of the menacingly breathy-voiced Jimmy (Martin Askew). Believing that family is the strongest bond, he becomes an accessory to the deals his uncle oversees. Desperate for money [read more]

Raymond Salvatore Harmon: Acid at Imitate Modern | Exhibition review

Raymond Salvatore Harmon: Acid at Imitate Modern
EXHIBITION REVIEW

Cross-genre media artist Raymond Salvatore Harmon has transformed Imitate Modern into a dramatic immersive artistic experience to showcase his new display Acid. Merging the root concept of street art with technology in his work, Harmon is [read more]

Promise of Palm Trees at Breese Little Gallery | Exhibition review

Promise of Palm Trees at Breese Little Gallery
EXHIBITION REVIEW

Promise of Palm Trees is a reference to the idea of pursuing something but never quite being able to attain it. Eight new and established artists here use diverse methods to interpret the idea of hidden promise. This theme runs throughout [read more]

The Turning | Movie review

The Turning
MOVIE REVIEW

This production of Tim Winton’s popular short story collection The Turning uses 17 stories to weave together themes of innocence, coming-of-age and life’s disappointments. With each chapter directed by a different person, this movie [read more]

Shaun the Sheep the Movie | Movie review

Shaun the Sheep the Movie
MOVIE REVIEW

Making the sheepish leap from the small screen, Shaun the Sheep the Movie is the latest Aardman production attempting to become an animated classic in a genre already filled to the brim. Aardman does have a seal of quality; the entire [read more]

Sarah Sze at Victoria Miro | Exhibition review

Sarah Sze at Victoria Miro
EXHIBITION REVIEW

For the third time, Victoria Miro hosts a solo exhibition of sculptures by Sarah Sze, created especially for the Mayfair gallery. Sze’s sculptures create a sense of vulnerability and vitality – her work, created by everyday objects, [read more]

FutureofWhat – Pro Dreams | Album review

FutureofWhat – Pro Dreams
ALBUM REVIEW

Pro Dreams is a surprising album that’s much more than what it appears to be. It’s a solid and escapist offering from the relatively new band FutureofWhat. The slow dreamy pace of this debut album lulls the listener into a [read more]

Luc Tuymans: The Shore at David Zwirner Gallery | Exhibition review

Luc Tuymans: The Shore at David Zwirner Gallery
EXHIBITION REVIEW

Luc Tuymans is not only one of the most influential artists of our time, he is a charismatic and unpretentious speaker. In the midst of luxury brand stores and multi-million pound residences, The Shore is being exhibited at David [read more]

Florrie at the Borderline | Live review

Florrie at the Borderline
LIVE REVIEW

Indie-pop princess Florrie made a triumphant return to the London live scene last night, just a few weeks after the release of her latest single, Too Young to Remember. Florrie’s musical journey has been a long one: she’s [read more]

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