This is NYC Pride under Trump’s America, and there’s only a slim chance the queerest skateboard collective are going to come quietly...
Nelson Harst and Nikki Igol are the husband and wife duo whose entire job is hunting down and archiving rare print materials.
One is a low-key art space in a former diplomatic residential compound. The other is an underground bunker built during the Sino-Japanese war. In China’s art scene, Peng Xiaoyang’s spaces take a radically different approach.
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The unflinching Bradford playwright was overlooked during her lifetime. Now The Face speaks to the Northern writers keeping her spirit alive.
Get queered up on queer film classics using the author’s definitive guide – it’s good for the soul.
Review: Taffy Brodesser-Akner has enough empathy for everyone – whether they’re navigating marriage, identity, capitalism, gender norms, and the 21st Century measures of success we’re all taught to aspire to.
We speak to the artists, curators and collaborators involved in Somerset House’s groundbreaking exhibition Get Up, Stand Up Now.
The actor makes an appearance in one of 2020’s biggest releases, but his association with the medium extends beyond a single game.
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.
“It was a crew of fully clothed people and there I am in my tighty whiteys hanging around.” The actor and playwright talks us through his new film We The Animals based on Justin Torres’ acclaimed novel.
So goes the tagline to Diego Maradona, the new documentary about the legendary – and legendarily complicated – Argentine footballer directed by Asif Kapadia.
The regeneration game: along with a community of artists, four lads with guitars known as The Illicits are helping reboot their north-west town.
Rappers are scoring hits by threatening to link your girl. It’s a form of ridicule with a long history in literature and folklore.
The British artist fled during the month of a would-be Brexit to make art in Peru: “We were all fighting. Time to get out.”
The artist, designer and skateboarder gives us an aural run through of the artworks in his new London exhibition, Blondey: Stella Populis.
Lauren Morelli takes Colin Crummy behind the scenes on Tales of the City, Netflix’s new drama set in San Francisco.
Mike Judge’s dystopian comedy that follows the story of Corporal Joe Bauers who wakes up in a future where everything’s gone to shit.
Public consensus was that Stewart could not act. But she’s just being herself, and that’s what makes her riveting onscreen.
The forthcoming book Urban Gypsies offers an intimate glimpse into a London travelling community.
Fashion-loving ravers are congregating at the fresh new venue. The Face gets involved.