Culturefly

culturefly

Film is an art form. With this in mind, I believe the way it weaves between art forms is integral to a full appreciation of the medium. While 2001:A Space Odyssey is not out of place in a gallery or a cinema, there is also a reason Glengarry Glen Ross and Rain Man were adapted to theatre. The film star Marilyn Monroe became iconic through Andy Warhol’s screen prints. Charlie Chaplin’s tramp is used as street art. And, in turn, plays become films and artist biography’s become Mr Turner and our artistic ambitions are realised in Midnight in Paris. Not to mention how films now bleed into television with critical acclaim within series including Fargo and Daredevil. Of course, comic-books are the combination of literature and fine-art. Culture is much bigger, and bolder, than entertainment

Culturefly is a site that explores the broader definition of Culture. This includes art, photography, television, theatre, cinema and literature. Since March 2015, I have contributed monthly Art Exhibition reviews for London galleries among Theatrical and Home Release movie reviews.

So far…

March 2015: Magnificent Obsessions: The Artist as Collector – Barbican Exhibition Review

April 2015: Hermès Wanderland Exhibition – The Saatchi Gallery Review

May 2015: Tomorrowland Theatrical Release Review

August 2015: Barbara Hepworth: Sculpture for the Modern World – Tate Modern Exhibition Review

September 2015: Sunshine Superman – Home Release Review

October 2015: The Intern – Theatrical Release Review

October 2015: The Walk – Theatrical Release Review

October 2015: Anomalisa – BFI London Film Festival Review

October 2015: Listen to Me Marlon – Theatrical Release Review

October 2015: Nintendo Quest – Home Release Review

January 2016: The Revenant – Theatrical Release Review

January 2016: The Big Short – Theatrical Release Review

January 2016: Spotlight – Theatrical Release Review

February 2016: Frank Auerbach Exhibition – Tate Britain Exhibition Review

February 2016: Elle Exxe Live at 229 Great Portland Street – Live Music Review

May 2016: Tootsie – Criterion Home Release Review

May 2016: Son of Saul – Theatrical Release Review

May 2016: Botticelli Reimagined – V&A Exhibition Review

May 2016: The Rubens Live at The Dome, Tufnell Park – Live Music Review 

May 2016: Money Monster – Theatrical Release ReviewMoney Monster – Theatrical Release Review

June 2016: Here Comes Mr Jordan – Criterion Home Release Review

July 2016: Burroughs: The Movie – Criterion Home Release Review

July 2016: Keanu – Theatrical Release Review

July 2016: Weiner – Theatrical Release Review

August 2016: Only Yesterday – Home Release Review

August 2016: Ratchet and Clank – Home Release Review

August 2016: Julieta – Theatrical Release Review

August 2016: Sid and Nancy Special Edition – Home Release Review

 

 

 

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