Archive for Category: "Arts & Culture"
Back to basics, preaches the fashion bible for Autumn/Winter 2013. Leather, denim and monochromatic colours are going to be the hottest trends this winter, writes IONA MACLEAN.
Based on Jean-Stephane Bron’s Mon frère se marie, this cobbled-together film, directed by Justin Zackham, attempts an American take on European dark comedy. VICTORIA MOORE reviews.
The explosion of the internet and the accessibility of (often illegal) music downloads over the last decade has changed the landscape of recorded music. BERNHARD SAYER reports.
Lauded as Tinseltown’s most fashionable night of the year, the Met Gala kicked off in New York City on Tuesday – with mixed results, BIANCA DE CANDIA writes.
The recent graffiti attack on an Adelaide school appeared to be part of a vandalism epidemic, but the Adelaide City Council and several Adelaide artists are trying to create a positive image for street art. MATTHEW SAMPSON reports.
It’s been a big year for Adelaide art so far, and it only appears to be getting better. The Oi You! Urban Art Festival has brought over 70 pieces from some of the world’s best urban and street artists to town — including 22 from renowned talent, Banksy. ELYSE WILLIAMS REVIEWS.
Traces of Peter Drew are all over Adelaide’s streets. We have him to thank for paste-ups of Einstein on a bicycle, the pixel face campaign, and Adelaide’s Forgotten Outlaw series. ASHLEIGH KNOTT sat down with the artist.
Hedda Gabler – a name said with admiration, envy, lust. Pedestalled by those around her, an entity to be idolised, everything Hedda does is entirely of her own volition. ASHLEIGH KNOTT reviews.
Highly anticipated new drama The Place Beyond the Pines, from Blue Valentine director Derek Cianfrance, does not disappoint, delivering a truly unique cinematic experience, writes ANGELA SCARFO.
The Company You Keep, adapted from Neil Gordon’s novel of the same title, is a restrained thriller, featuring an all-star cast and an edge-of-your-seat storyline. ALANA FOSTER reviews.