The Forsythe Company: Jone San Martin in Legítimo/Rezo
Ballet, reinvented
  • Stage
  • March 28, 2015, 01:00

Forsythe, who has influenced visual artists, architects and designers, challenging fundamental assumptions(...)

Jackson's stage design for Franz Ferdinand's 2006 tour

(...) lights to include the overall stage design incorporating the entire visual experience including set(...)

Self-Portrait With Two Circles: the circles on the wall behind Rembrandt are a mystery but may allude to a Renaissance theory that the ability to draw a perfect circle freehand was the mark of a great artist. Photograph: Kenwood House/Rijksmuseum

(...) was forced to auction his precious art and natural-history collection, then lost his house too. The(...)

Inglourious Basterds (film notes) 2010 by Rose Wylie. Courtesy of the artist and Union, London

(...) art in earnest in the late 1970s and completed an MFA. But it’s only within the past decade or so that(...)

(...) visual art from Guerrilla Shout, and Tonie Walsh will be playing tunes at the cocktail bar. Tickets from(...)

Weekend in . . . Belfast: take a ‘black taxi tour’ to better understand the city’s fraught history. Drivers deliver a running commentary on the Troubles and explain the significance of the numerous political murals. Photograph: Chris Carmichael/The New York Times: 5:30

(...) exhibitions and live performances. Pop in to see the latest visual art exhibitions or check out the frequent(...)

(...), in 1976 – Gray witnessed phenomenal social, philosophical and technological advances in art and(...)

(...)) who know where the heart of their instrument lies, and meld them with the visual artistry of Lionel(...)

Phil Gilbert (centre), general manager IBM Design, at an IBM Design studio gathering

(...) grounded in empathy for a human being,” he says.It’s not the same as art, he notes. The difference between(...)

A hand-painted cabin by Studio Weave. Photograph: Jim Stephenson

Nimble Spaces, which takes place in Carlow’s Visual Centre for Contemporary Art on May 1st, is the place(...)