Proud Galleries focus on iconic sixties photographer Terry O’Neill in their April exhibition of Rolling Stones photos (read more)
Political activist Lisa Muggeridge chronicles the ways culture, politics and society combine to control women’s lives. (read more)
Artistic space odyssey to broadcast people’s messages to the stars (read more)
Bowie’s mere presence personified the power and relevance of a cultured society that appreciated and allowed him to emerge and for the rest of us to reach for those rewarding stars as well (read more)
I am here in defence of music. Of music music—not social music sites, not music apps, not the ability to stream, or the ability to store songs in the cloud. I am here to extol the delicious, indescribable good that music can be to our ears, our psyches, our souls. (read more)
The Designer Cosa Nostra have now decreed that their collections must fully express the zeitgeist by embracing art, philosophy, cinema, music and God-knows-what-else.
You may think that these ‘ideas’ were simply scribbled on the back of an oestrogen pill packet over some expensive wine-soaked lunch a week before the show. Not so. The seasonal fashion calendar is a demanding bitch and, to her, foresight is everything. (read more)