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Zhang Enli – Space Painting at the ICA | Exhibition review

Zhang Enli – Space Painting at the ICA
EXHIBITION REVIEW

Zhang Enli’s fascination with the illumination of the seemingly mundane and oft-ignored has its roots in his move from provincial Jilin in China, where he was born in 1965, to metropolitan Shanghai. The artist draws attention to the [read more]

NYFW S/S’14 – Harlem Fashion Row: diverse inspirations from Shanghai to Brooklyn

NYFW S/S’14 – Harlem Fashion Row: diverse inspirations from Shanghai to Brooklyn

This year Harlem Fashion Row – a movement engaged with increasing diversity in fashion and presenting emerging designers – presented four very different collections on Friday night at Jazz in Lincoln Center. The show opened with [read more]

Book review: Disappearing Shanghai – Photographs and Poems of an Intimate Way of Life by Howard W French and Qui Xiaolong

Book review: Disappearing Shanghai – Photographs and Poems of an Intimate Way of Life by Howard W French and Qui Xiaolong

The contemporary world changes so quickly that we often try to catch it in the glimpse of an eye or through the flashing Instagram apps on our phones, knowing that this very moment will never appear exactly the same again. In his debut [read more]

World Aquatics Championship round-up

World Aquatics Championship round-up

Team GB swimmer Rebecca Adlington furthered hopes of glory in London next year when she won the gold in the 800m freestyle at the World Aquatics Championships 2011 on Saturday. The 22-year-old will compete in the 400m and 800m freestyle [read more]

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Javeon at Shoreditch House | Live review
Javeon at Shoreditch House

It is in a small room in Shoreditch House that Javeon takes the stage late on Tuesday evening. A small crowd has [read more]

Sundance London 2014: Fruitvale Station
Sundance London 2014: Fruitvale Station

Having competed for the Camera D’Or (Cannes’ prestigious reward for first feature film), Ryan [read more]

Tracks | Movie review
Tracks

Tracks is the tale of a young Australian loner who wants to prove that anyone can do anything. Inspired by her [read more]

Breast cancer drug turned down for NHS deemed too expensive
Breast cancer drug turned down for NHS deemed too expensive

A breast cancer drug that can prolong life by nearly six months has been deemed too expensive and turned down for the [read more]

Dorian Gray at Riverside Studios | Theatre review
Dorian Gray at Riverside Studios

Being the only novel published by acclaimed playwright Oscar Wilde, the allure of adapting The Picture of Dorian Gray [read more]

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