In Turkish video artist Kutlug Ataman’s gut-churning work “Women Who Wear Wigs” (1999), he included a segment about young Islamic women forced to wear western-style wigs merely in order to attend college. We’re in the realm of Alice In Wonder
The Royal Academy Summer show is a fixture - like Wimbledon and strawberries - in the social calendar
In contrast, the blue wave formed from a myriad of tiny LCD screens that hang from the ceiling in Gallery I takes your breath away.
The British sculptor and Royal Academician Richard Wilson who is to coordinate this year's Royal Academy of Arts’ Summer Exhibition has announced the artist duos to be hung in his room.
Held without interruption since 1769, the Summer Exhibition displays works in a variety of mediums and genres by emerging and established contemporary artists.
“The Lamb” takes place in an eastern Anatolian village. According to tradition, 27-year-old Medine has to serve oven-roast lamb ...
Rome’s new MIA market has announced its nods to support co-prods which see Italian director Costanza Quatriglio’s “Just Like My Son,” about the plight of an Afghan teen in Italy...
German shingle Detailfilm has teamed up with leading Scandi producer Zentropa Denmark to form Zentropa Hamburg, a 50-50 joint venture.
The Festival de Cannes has unveiled this year’s Cinefoundation Atelier selection, 15 in-development projects that will try and secure funding at this year’s Cannes festival.
Turkish artist/auteur Kutlug Ataman’s “The Lamb,” a drama infused with humor set in poverty-stricken Anatolia, took the top prize at the 51st Antalya Golden Orange Film Festival ...