In which Ann Jones goes for a stroll around something new.
Tag Archives: London
The Long Good Friday
The Long Good Friday is rereleased today – Sarah Slade looks at its evocation of the changing face of London
A visit to MIRRORCITY makes Ann Jones reflect on the way curatorial decisions affect the way we see art.
The Greatest Wen
London! King of Cities! Prince of Capitals! Arch-Duke of Ancient Metropolitan Settlements Dating Back To At Least Roman Times! Represented a thousand times on the big screen, we picked some films that really give a flavour of the place.
Ann Jones visits two very different art installations currently showing in central London and finds both provide space to think.
Sidelines (Vision Dreams of Passion)
Hackney Picturehouse hosts Amnesty International’s Sidelines festival of football films next month ahead of the World Cup. MarvMarsh investigates.
“I’m sure I left my towel here.”