Cecilia Winter

Pussy Riot

Pussy Riot, a thoroughly modern group of punks

Can punk exist in the 21st century?



Ai Weiwei’s Human Flow is a powerful call to arms

Examining the migrant crisis on an incredible scale


On her new album Utopia, Björk is smiling again


Poet and filmmaker IGGYLDN explores black fatherhood in new short film

An appeal to fathers of colour


César Dezfuli wins Taylor Wessing photography prize with powerful portrait of rescued migrant

A simplistic portrait loaded with political meaning


Am I Making Sense? – an exhibition exploring identity and positive thought

The art show challenging the ideas of self-worth


“Flames 20ft high. I don’t know how we didn’t cook him” – David Montgomery on shooting Jimi Hendrix

The Backstage Sessions reveal the stories behind portraits of rock n roll legends


Mam Sham went back to school for their latest comedy dinner

Mam Sham is supper club like no other


Soul of a Nation shines a light on the art of the Civil Rights movement

Soul of a Nation shines a light on an overlooked period of black art


Celebrating the conceptual fashion of Comme des Garçons at the Met

The Met honours nearly 50 years of Comme des Garçons


Supreme x COMME des GARÇONS drop a new shirt collection for SS17

Better start queueing now, Supreme have collaborated with COMME des GARCONS and it’s launched today.


Tate Britain celebrates the diversity of British queer art

Tate Britain marks 50 years since the decriminalisation of homosexuality


Zhuang Hong Yi creates devoutly manipulated paper flower fields in his second solo show at Unit London

Zhuang Hong Yi plays with colour and perspective


Do Ho Suh explores place and personality at the Victoria Miro this Spring

Do Ho Suh explores migration, malleability and memory in his new exhibition


feminist avant garde of the 70s

Exhibition: The Feminist Avant Garde of the 1970s at the Photographer’s Gallery

The Photographers’ Gallery’s latest exhibition is more than just a collection – its a revolution



The V&A revives the 60s counter-culture dream for You Say You Want a Revolution? Rebels and Records 1966-1970

The V&A’s look at the birth of counter-culture gives new insight into how music and fashion can influence society but comes up short of inspiring a new wave



Bob Dylan takes fans off The Beaten Path in this London exhibition

The Nobel Prize Laureate and folk icon turns his hand to painting for ‘The Beaten Path’



Desert Trip: Rock n Roll lived on, but it was its modern messages that stayed with us

Desert Trip was a trip that kept the spirit of Woodstock living on decades later