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Culture with Rob Bound, 197

Monday 20 July

Robert Bound speaks to artists, curators, the uninitiated and the professionals to get a handle on sound art – will it ever be as easy to love as a painting or as in vogue as performance art? How do you make it and where…

Opinion

New York anew

Monday 20 July

Entertaining some of Monocle’s London team during their visit to the big apple, native New Yorker Megan Billings finds herself appreciating the city in a whole new light.

Following the release of Monocle’s latest publication The Escapist, a journal for travellers, my thoughts are surprisingly preoccupied with the joy of staying put. Last week the New York office hosted a visit from some of…

Radio

The Monocle Arts Review, 101

Monday 20 July

Editor of ‘The Art Newspaper’ Jane Morris talks us through some of Basel’s current exhibition highlights and separates the great from the gimmicky at London’s current multitude of summer immersive shows.

Radio

The Stack, 151

Saturday 18 July

Tyler Brûlé reveals Monocle’s new summer journal, ‘The Escapist’, with creative director Richard Spencer Powell. He also reviews some holiday magazine selections with Francine Lawrence. Plus: Poppy Shibamoto speaks in…

Radio

The Sessions at Midori House, 20

Saturday 18 July

Tamara Schlesinger has recorded as a solo artist under her own name, as the singer with 6 Day Riot and is now trading as MALKA. She and her band swing by Midori House to play a set of tracks from their debut album, ‘Marc…

Opinion

Weekend Agenda

Friday 17 July

This week we’ve enjoyed Italian cinema, Japanese photography and Chicago garage-pop, among the cultural highlights on The Monocle Arts Review. Read up and listen in.

Radio

The Monocle Arts Review, 100

Friday 17 July

David Jenkins tells us about the small-scale blockbuster ‘Ant-Man’, the story of an attempted assassination of Hitler in ‘13 Minutes’ and a charming Italian film that follows a teenage girl and her family of beekeepers,…

Radio

The Monocle Arts Review, 99

Thursday 16 July

Today’s book review includes two new releases: ‘Two Hours: the Quest to Run the Impossible Marathon’ that delves into the psychology required to go the distance and ‘All Day Long: a Portrait of Britain At Work’, an inves…

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The Monocle Arts Review, 98

Wednesday 15 July

Matt Wolf, theatre critic for ‘The International New York Times’ takes us on a tour of some of the latest shows on Broadway in New York, including Shakespearean musical ‘Something Rotten!’ and multi-Emmy award-winning…

Article

Watch this place

Ed Stocker reporting from Córdoba: It may be Argentina’s second city but that hasn’t stopped it creating a new science centre and investing in cutting-edge architecture. And one thing that won’t change: its love of a salty…

Radio

The Monocle Arts Review, 97

Tuesday 14 July

Will Hodgkinson, chief pop and rock critic for ‘The Times’, talks to Robert Bound about the week’s best new music releases.

Radio

Culture with Rob Bound, 196

Monday 13 July

This week’s show is a summery summary of the season’s best art exhibitions. Robert Bound is joined in the studio by Ossian Ward who has the lowdown on the top fairs, festivals and biennales to head to. Plus: we send our…

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The Monocle Arts Review, 96

Monday 13 July

Art consultant and dealer Kathlene Fox-Davies discusses prints by Bruce Nauman at Sims Reed Gallery, ‘Tomoko Yoneda: Beyond Memory’ at Grimaldi Gavin and ‘Roni Horn: Butterfly Doubt’ at Hauser & Wirth.

Opinion

Weekend Agenda

Saturday 11 July

This week on ‘The Monocle Arts Review’ we’ve checked out the story of a troubled musical genius, a French New Wave master and investigated folk music’s revival. Read up and listen in.

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The Stack, 150

Saturday 11 July

Description: Tom Edwards is in conversation with Tyler Brûlé, who has been checking out the newsstand in Hong Kong and Tokyo. We also welcome MagCulture's Jeremy Leslie to review ‘IL’, ‘Mushpit’ and ‘MacGuffin’. Plus we go…

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