We speak to the artists, curators and collaborators involved in Somerset House’s groundbreaking exhibition Get Up, Stand Up Now. First up, Moroccan artist Hassan Hajjaj.
Featuring over 100 artists and spanning 50 years, this exhibition celebrates work engaging with gender identity, in a time we need these conversations more than ever.
Retracing memories of her aunties getting ready to UKG and drinking Bacardi and Coke, Ahluwalia Studios’ SS20 collection was a colourful (and sustainable) ode to her roots.
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Ahead of Love Island’s latest series, Raven Smith: writer, columnist and all-round gobby person talks about his upcoming podcast on The Face.
The London foodie is studying her Masters in the anthropology of food at SOAS and worries about what Brexit is going to do to British food.
The Swiss artist recalls his glory days living in Genoa, London and Paris.
Steven T. Hanley loves indie movies and documentaries and his favourite European film has always been La Haine.
The British artist asked the public to dial +44leaveamessage4europe to “Leave A Message For Europe.” Here are the tributes at “this very strange and historical time.”
The Parisian DJ-singer-actor-vogue baller remembers the time he fell in love with Berlin.
The BBC Radio 1Xtra DJ has put together a mix which merges his usual genre favourites; afrobeats to dancehall, and hip-hop covering all angles.
Listen to publisher Hélène Selam Kleih and contributors Athena Paginton and Abdourahman Njie speak out about mental health.
The DJ and radio host recalls the night of dancing that prompted her move to the city.
The writer, poet, playwright and performer looks back on a memorable 1999 warehouse rave
The filmmaker left trouble behind to pursue his creative instinct.
Catholicism, communism and multiculturalism shaped the punk icon’s upbringing.
Listen to the DJ and radio producer extol the virtues of getting outside.
Extinction Rebellion take to the streets of London, demanding that the government take action on the climate crisis.
Portobello Road, Ladbroke Grove – nowhere beats West London for the UK rapper.
The respected London DJ delivers a bold, energetic mix that honours The Face’s legacy.
The 18-year-old alternative singer-songwriter pens a poem about England’s capital.
“It was about worshipping sound.” The creative force talks us through his most memorable nightlife moments.