Day: May 12, 2015

Turner Prize 2015: London collective makes the shortlist

Turner Prize 2015: London collective makes the shortlist

A London collective of young artists, architects and designers has made the Turner Prize shortlist. Assemble works across the art, architecture and design. The 18 members began working together in 2010, seeking to address the typical disconnection between the public and the process by which places are made. The collective ...

Ten years of the CREEKSIDE OPEN in Deptford

Ten years of the CREEKSIDE OPEN in Deptford

Beside a creek in south London’s Deptord, is the Art in Perpetuity Trust, or A.P.T, a warehouse of cooperative studios and gallery space. In 2005, A.P.T celebrated its tenth anniversary by launching an open competition for visual artists, CREEKSIDE OPEN. A further ten years on and the bi-annual competition is ...

Scotty’s Little Soldiers

Scotty’s Little Soldiers

By Jasmine Stephens, Family Editor Like most mums I generally approach a family holiday with a mixture of excitement, endless checklists and yes, perhaps, sometimes a bit of apprehension as well. I was more than embarrassed, therefore, to be worried about traffic jams and forgetting the sun cream when I ...

Hay Fever: Review

Hay Fever: Review

By Jack Peat, TLE Editor Bohemian: Bohemianism is the practice of an unconventional lifestyle, often in the company of like-minded people, with few permanent ties, involving musical, artistic, or literary pursuits. A warm evening in the West End saw the familiar huddle of theatregoers congregate around the glistening Duke of ...

NFL Draft Review

NFL Draft Review

By Sean Simara  @Sean_FootyMad  @TLE_Sport The NFL Draft occurred a few weeks ago and as the dust settles, here’s a little glance at who went where and who is going to do well going professional. Jameis Winston was the number one pick which was expected in the NFL world.  The ...

Clouds of Sils Maria: Film Review

Clouds of Sils Maria: Film Review

By Stephen Mayne There are few subjects the world of art likes more than itself. Film is no exception, the history of cinema littered with hymns to the noble endeavour and exposés of a tragic, fame obsessed industry. Steering clear of both extremes, Clouds of Sils Maria plays out as ...