In another archive edition we return to the cinema and experience a family falling apart in front of their son’s eyes in 1960s suburbia – here we speak to actor turned writer and director Paul Dano about Wildlife.
Read, Watch & Listen
Following its sold out run in spring 2022, you can now enjoy this filmed performance of the latest edition of Transpose. Curated by filmmaker and writer Campbell X, this electric film features live music, theatre, rap and unbelievable twerking from some of the UK’s most exciting trans artists.
Curatorial Assistant Michal Goldschmidt introduces four artists from the exhibition: Anwar Jalal Shemza, Franciszka Themerson, Kim Lim and Shirley Baker. Drawing from their own writings, she shines a light on their life and work.
A conversation between Assistant Curator of Postwar Modern, Charlotte Flint, Associate Artist, Abbas Zahedi and Young Visual Artist, Jan Kamiński.
Let your creative side loose with these fun animated activities inspired by our current exhibition Postwar Modern: New Art in Britain: 1945-1965. Keep the family busy with drawings, collages and more.
Human Rights lawyer and poet Abbas Faiz has written a short essay for us covering his reflections on our current exhibition Postwar Modern, how it intersects with humanitarian issues and his involvement in Abbas Zahedi's Age of Many Posts project.
This letter, entitled We are the Earth was written by Indigenous activists from Brazil, Sônia Guajajara and Célia Xakriabá, in collaboration with Earthrise and is a part of our latest exhibition, Our Time on Earth.
On this week’s archive edition our focus turns once again to the cinema as we relisten to an honest and engaging conversation with director Lynne Ramsay.