17 January 2008

That’s amore

As the new Fiat 500 starts to grace the nation’s highways and byways, John Stones wonders whether this car is as innovative as its 1950s namesake. Just to make sure,

Tate Trinidad

Artist Peter Doig has been working in Port of Spain, painting subversive film posters for a series of indie screenings. Yolanda Zappaterra pays a visit to his StudioFilmClub, ahead of

Art of darkness

The four photographers shortlisted for this year’s Deutsche Börse prize are far removed from the mainstream, each of them unafraid to put strong and personal statements at the heart of

NMNI appoints Belfast group to museums task

National Museums Northern Ireland, the umbrella organisation for four of the country’s museums, is to rebrand in an attempt to modernise itself.The organisation has appointed Belfast-based advertising and design consultancy

Snapshots of the future

Another rich seam of material issues forth this week from the reliably creative terrain of Onedotzero, in the form of a follow-up edition to its successful Motion Blur book and

Aiming for a market listing

We floated Conchango on the Alternative Investment Market on 15 January. Getting there took a serious amount of work, but we learnt a lot and it’s been very rewarding.

Profile

The duo behind Silent Studios combines hard-hitting visuals with original music compositions, and is keen to promote the virtues of ‘sound design’. Fiona Sibley meets the collaborators who like to

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