Directed by Spike Lee, based on a true story, Blackkklansman is the film about racism and the KKK that you have to see this year.
Launched this summer, the Hundred Heroines: Celebrating Women in Photography Today is a campaign initiated by the Royal Photographic Society and it aims at celebrating women photographers from all over the world.
Due to the bi-annual architecture exhibition in Venice, Spazio Ridotto and Zuecca Project are presenting ReConstructo - Rebuilding Mexico, a project curated by Luis Carbonell and Andres Souto.
A fashion editorial by photographer Sylwia Wozniak and stylist Veronika Tran, putting together the very best of streetwear and menswear fashion, with a great male model.
International Women's Day isn't about flowers, sweets, nights out and male strippers. It's about women's rights, independence, equality and great women. Words by Carmen Mc Intosh and Francesca Vanin (blue text)
Have you ever wanted to create your favourite outfits and write an adventure? Well now you can with this new innovative fashion experience by Ideas for Music.
Just Charlie is a film on the search of one's identity, that does not go along with one's appearance. It's a lens on the life of a Trans boy who likes to play football but feels like a girl.
Due from March to May, Circulation(s) Festival will take place in Paris at Centquatre and it will feature young photographers from all over Europe, who will use the festival as a springboard for their career.
From February to March will take place El Beit art exhibition at Tabari Artspace, featuring through art the conflict in Palestine and the consequential lost of identity.
After being incouraged by John Lennon, Yoko Ono's younger sister Setsuko has been creating wonderful art and will exhibit in London in February.