All posts in Review
It’s been a while since this erstwhile journalist wrote anything about art. These days I’m too busy drinking and doing drugs and women. Oh, and my job, of course, which […]
As any fan of Mad Men will tell you, nostalgia literally means ‘the pain of an old wound being re-opened’. So either Kasper Holten, Covent Garden’s new artistic director, is […]
This review will start, as all Scott Walker reviews must, by explaining that Scott is the greatest lyricist, vocalist, conductor, experimenter, influence, and all around genius alive today. This review […]
Take Nick Cage, an actor with more ups and downs than a manic-depressive yo-yo, throw him together with acclaimed directer Werner Herzog (Stroszeck, Grizzly Man) and Xzibit (yes, that Xzibit) […]
So the iPad’s here, is it? Well the iPad can fuck right off. Let’s get the obvious shit out of the way with first. It’s a giant iPhone. It doesn’t […]
When is a film not a film? Well, arguably, when nothing happens, and when the (unnamed) lead character has approximately ten lines of dialogue in a little under two hours. […]
In a week that saw Damien Hirst’s career flushed down the toilet for a morbid obsession with skulls and death, Richard Allday visited Lucas Price’s new exhibit — also featuring skulls and death — and was pleasantly surprised.
Jimmy Tidey reviews the Faster Than Sound Festival. Where else can you see a miniature mechanical orchestra perform in the darkened recesses of the nation’s cold war infrastructure?
Jimmy Tidey reports… Planet Mu’s ’200+’ celebration of their 200th release, held at Corsica Studios, promised to be significant not only for the numerical milestone it celebrated but also for […]
The London Art Fair reviewed from an outsider’s perspective. We hear the cocktails were nice and the eye candy was even better, not to be philistines about it, obviously.