The London Flamenco Festival invites visitors to experience a 'mysterious force that everyone feels, and no philosopher has explained.'
A new exhibition at the Barbican examines the relationship between environmentalism and art.
Midlake’s fifth album is a strangely moving work of art that mourns a lost father, finds comfort in togetherness and reflects on the elusive promise of Woodstock.
In a new chamber opera piece at London’s Barbican Theatre, the South African artist takes inspiration from Greek mythology and creates a work of art that is both joyful and melancholic.
When surrealism was born in Paris a hundred years ago it was revolutionary. Can it still shock us today? An exhibition at the Tate Modern aims to find out.
Joshua Michael Tillman’s new album is an opaque work full of contrasts and counterpoints that refuses to be one thing to all people.
The Scottish duo’s second album continues to fascinate with its darkly mesmerising sounds and enigmatic vocals that still puzzle the listener.
A new exhibition at the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art looks at the life and work of British sculptor Barbara Hepworth and how her art was shaped by her personal circumstances and progressive politics.
At the Hayward Gallery in London, a new exhibition dedicated to the life and work of the artist Louise Bourgeois shows remarkable pieces full of raw emotion.