Hosted at the Barbican, the first comprehensive retrospective of the notorious American artist goes from his graffiti work all the way to his rise to icon status.
Queermuseu, a groundbreaking exhibition on queer identity, was forced to close on Sunday after receiving pressure from far-right and evangelical groups.
Based on a true story, My Pure Land tells the story of Nazo – a gun-wielding teenage girl forced to fight wave after wave of Pakistani mercenaries.
Regrets? Director Nick Broomfield has a few. But each one has helped shape an unrivalled path in gonzo filmmaking. Now the only challenge is to surprise himself.
Shextreme, the first film festival highlighting the experience of women in the extreme sports community, heads to Bristol in October.
It was an year of hope, change and possibility that ultimately led to nothing. Looking back at the pop music of 1997 it's just so obvious now.
On his latest album, I Tell A Fly, the self-taught London musician turns his unique gaze to the events of today, singing about love, being an alien and belonging.
The Mercury Prize nominee on overcoming your fears, the healing power of psychedelics and being visited by David Bowie in a dream.
From overheard conversations to voyeuristic snapshots, Rico & Michael want you to see the world through their eyes: a world where our self-image is constantly mutating.
Hailed as the ‘father of Iraqi photography’, Al Ani’s iconic black and white shots offer a new perspective on Baghdad’s history.
Photographer Reiner Riedler uncovers the enduring charm of a once-renowned cultural force, opening himself up to the power of exploration.
TalkShit is a mixed-media zine by Yedihael Canat and Arthur Hun, giving readers an intimate look at the everyday lives of young skaters looking for fun and freedom.
Joshua Osborne set out to Havana with 20 rolls of film and an open mind. He came back with a book showing the true face of Cuba’s subcultures.
NANSEN magazine spotlights one migrant per issue, offering a much needed individual perspective on Europe’s refugee crisis.
The much-loved bootleg brand is opening its first pop-up shop in London this week, selling a new range of garments that highlight sociopolitical issues.
The streets of 1980s New York City were rough, and the fashion obsessed Lo-Life crew were at its heart, desperate to look good by any means necessary.
When ASICS released GEL technology in 1986, they revolutionised the running shoe. Now sneakerheads are celebrating 30 years of evolution.