Somerset House explores horror as a cultural statement for the last fifty years.
Anatomy: A Matter Of Death And Life In Edinburgh
The history of anatomical exploration and the body snatchers who fed the medical need is resurrected in the city of Burke and Hare.
Portraiture, Greasepaint, Gore? Walter Sickert At Tate Britain
There is more to the work of Walter Sickert than current deluded conspiracy theories, as an exhibition at Tate Britain shows.
The Mask As Sexual Liberation In The Work Of Paul Soso
The late fetish photographer’s work is celebrated in a timely new exhibition.
Kristel Bechara’s Psychomachia
An impressive new exhibition of work at London’s Eclectic gallery.
Absolutely Augmented Reality In Hoxton
A ‘carnival for the visual senses’ sounds just the thing to help us emerge from the monotone tedium of the Old Normal and into the Brave New World.
The Seasonal Pleasures And Life Lessons Of The Dismal Winter Wonderland
The annual tradition of the sub-standard Christmas attraction is something to be celebrated.
Emilienne: An Underrated Classic Of 1970s French Erotica
Guy Casaril’s lesbian-themed sex drama deserves to be seen as more than just another Emmanuelle imitation.
The Death Of Art
A new London exhibition exploring the connection between art, culture and death.