In 1982 Bruce Springsteen made some rough recordings on a four-track in his New Jersey home. Those songs became his critically acclaimed album Nebraska.… Read more
Secret Cinema presented The Battle of Algiers in the Old Vic Tunnels under Waterloo Station, London, UK. April to May 2011.… Read more
A letter from sculptor John Wood reveals the hidden Egyptian history of the famous piece of public art he created – Walsall’s stone hippopotamus.… Read more
Secret Cinema has returned with an event that’s dividing opinion. Here’s Ciarán Ryan’s deliberately vague review of the performance held on 20th April in a large London venue.… Read more
Photos of Robert Kennedy’s funeral train amaze reviewer Phill Huxley at the Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography.
Describing their Snapshots Cast Their Spell exhibition, Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography says: “The snapshot seizes the moment, grasping the depths of the human heart, the subtlest of feelings, even the ambience of the setting.… Read more
I have hazy memories of meeting the musician Trish Keenan in a Custard Factory recording studio many years ago. And I remember other times, saying hello from across noisy rooms.… Read more
Welcome to the first article in an occasional series, where we interview the real people starring in popular adverts.
Modern advertisements connect with us sophisticated consumers by placing people just like us at the heart of the adverts.… Read more