London's City Hall will play host over the next two weeks to a selection of surprising and unexpected views of Russian architectural landscapes. 'Abstraction/Constructivism: British and Russian Responses to the City' documents urban life from both British and Russian perspectives.
Follow by Leif Podhajsky The Australian has already worked with Tame Impala, The Vines, Lykke Li, Gypsy & The Cat and The
'Mannequin, Le Corps de la Mode' (Model - the Body of Fashion) is an exhibition currently on show in Paris at Les Docks - Cité
About 12 months ago I became mildly fixated with people's use of the word 'ugly'. I began hearing it far too much, used not when describing buildings or cars, but other people. To me, if you describe anyone as ugly, you are the ugly one, cos you're ugly in your soul...
To coincide with the publication of an important new study of British Murals in the Twentieth Century, The Fine Art Society in London has staged a major exhibition of these important works.
What started out as an academic art project has developed into a series of beautiful images that capture how couples move
Oh the 80s, the era that kept neon light manufacturers in business, rhinestone cameo brooches sparkling against our spiked glasses of Sodastream and Italian dance diva Spagna's spiky mane burning tiny holes in our eyes - aww, I remember it well.
Although not all the answers are there, A Question of Colour is certainly a good response to Cartier-Bresson's unintended challenge. If anything, the exhibition shows how the development of colour photography over time has given a new dimension to street photography.
Jim Marshall's photos of perhaps the most celebrated rock tour in history remind us of what made the Stones special in the first place. While nothing harder than a bottle of Jack Daniels is actually on display, dark shadows of heroin loom over shots of Keith nodding out over his guitar and some of Mick's wired facial grimaces scream cocaine.