Read, Watch & Listen
To mark the release of Icelandic psychological drama-thriller A White White Day, our cinema curators have picked their top films set in the remotest locations.
Back to Britten's centenary year and November 2013 when director Netia Jones staged a unique, beautiful performance of Curlew River at St Giles, Cripplegate, with musical director William Lacey and singer, Ian Bostridge.
New York photographer Bruce Gilden talks to Strange and Familiar curator – and personal friend – Martin Parr about his introduction to photography, black and white versus vibrant colour and why we should take a closer look at people in the street...
In 2019, we invited a collective of multidisciplinary artists to explore what it means to be human as part of Life Rewired. Design Yourself collective member, Tice Cin looks back at the project.
Revisit this in-depth interview with composer Michael Nyman exploring the story of how over forty years ago, the Michael Nyman Band, were conjured into existence.
Icelandic artist Ragnar Kjartansson joins curator Leila Hasham in conversation during his long overdue UK solo exhibition which took place at the Barbican in 2016.
Cinema curators Alex Davidson and Sonia Zadurian go head to head and compare notes on three landmark films from the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU).