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Daniel Arsham’s Latest Show Is Hidden in a Remote Tropical Paradise

Study for Eroded Bust of Dyonisis (2022)

On a sliver of white sand in the Indian Ocean, palm trees are swaying softly in the breeze. The sun is blazing, fruitbats are shuffling through the leaves, and crystalline waves are rolling lazily onto the shore. Tucked amongst this land’s lush tropical overgrowth, barely visible, is a series of flat, clean, modernist constructions. These modest buildings, created by Brazilian architect Marcio Kogan, serve as the home of <ahellip;

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The UK’s First Major Coco Chanel Exhibition Is Coming to the VA

Gabrielle Chanel. Fashion Manifesto

Gabrielle ‘Coco’ Chanel’s groundbreaking approach to womenswear has seen her hailed as a pioneer of modern fashion but, up until now, no major UK museum has devoted an exhibition to her work. This is set to change next year, however, as the Victoria and Albert Museum delves into Chanel’s heritage collections to illustrate the remarkable career of the French couturière.

Titled Gabrielle Chanel. Fashion Manifesto, the show will explore the full scope of thehellip;

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Casablanca Beats, the Social-Realist Hip-Hop Drama Set in Morocco

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The ‘inspirational teacher’ films of Hollywood all tend to follow the same basic script: an unorthodox teacher gets to work with a class of no-hopers despite the disapproval of the stiffs in charge, only to win them over with spectacular results and/or a triumphant pop concert. They are films that celebrate individuality while secretly conforming to type, which might just be the key to their appeal. But Nabil Ayouch’s Casablanca Beats, a teacher-feature of greathellip;

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Harriet Middleton Baker’s Performance Examines the Embodiment of Power

Harriet Middleton Baker, The Conference, 2022. Ima

Art In Relation: how can art allow human beings to live together sustainably and in relation to one another? In this series, Chinese-Canadian curator and writer Kate Wong speaks to artists working across performance and film about the role of storytelling in their practices and about creating work that allows us to come together in a world that tries its very best to keep ushellip;

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Nick Cave on His New Exhibition, Religion and “Robust Vulnerability”

Stranger Than Kindness: The Nick Cave Exhibition

“Words are good” – the mother of all understatements, given this is Nick Cave talking. “Words can pretty much do anything you want them to,” he says. In his songwriting, they can summon scenes of pitch-dark comedy and unfathomable grief with ease, when for anyone else words would fail them; delivering lines from crooked love songs that land with the romance of a Glasgow kiss. His storytelling is expansive, yet lean, his revelations arehellip;

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This Film Takes You on a Night-Time Trip Through the VA

VA Creativity. It's What Makes Us.

Premiered today, a new short film from the Vamp;A titled Creativity. It’s What Makes Us. takes us on a cinematic, whirlwind tour of the world’s largest museum of applied arts, decorative arts, and design objects. As seen through the eyes of lead choreographer Max Cookward and a troupe of dancers, the sprawling South Kensington institution is transformed into a space of wonder andhellip;

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This Documentary Spotlights Ennio Morricone’s Remarkable Musical Legacy

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Can a film composer be considered among the GOATs of classical tradition? In 2020, John Zorn made just such an argument, comparing the first five notes of the ‘coyote call’ from Ennio Morricone’s score for The Good, the Bad and the Ugly to the notes – der-der-der-durrr! – that open Beethoven’s fifth symphony. It’s a daring thought that underlines a central theme of Ennio, Giuseppe Tornatore’s documentary on the Italian music iconhellip;

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Earth Day: Spellbinding Photos That Pay Tribute to the Natural World

Earth Day 2022

For the second edition of our annual Earth Day photography competition, we invited photographers from the AnOther community to submit an image that captures the magic of nature. Selected from over 1,000 submissions, the final shortlist presents a joyful and varied look at the natural world, while offering a probing look at our place within it. The edit includes imagery which celebrates nature’s vast and immutable landscapes – such as the moon-like beaches of Milos island inhellip;

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“It’s Like Art Therapy”: Harley Weir on Her Provocative New Exhibition

Sins of a Daughter by Harley Weir

“There’s no designer vagina,” says London-based photographer Harley Weir, who is discussing a series of intimate images in her new solo exhibition, Sins of a Daughter, at Hannah Barry Gallery in Peckham. “They all look so different and they’re all beautiful in different ways.” Gathering together 30 of her photographs old and new – some of which have beenhellip;

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Peter Do: “My Best Memories Revolve Around Food”

Peter Do AnOther Magazine SS22

This article is taken from the Spring/Summer 2022 issue of AnOther Magazine:

“So many of my best memories revolve around food. We started Peter Do out of my living room over a lot of dinners. The team would come over at the weekend and I’d cook for them all – then we’d stay up late into the night discussing ideas. My love of cooking came from my grandma and my dad. He washellip;

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