American photographer and film director Cindy Sherman’s new exhibition is larger than life. Literally: this is not a big exhibition in terms of the number of exhibits, but the images themselves are full-scale photographic murals, which extend from ceiling to floor. Sometimes I found myself stepping right back just to take it all in. Every [...]
Archive for January, 2011
15th January, 2011 by Katie
The Almeida Theatre’s new comedy, “Becky Sharp” by Pulitzer Prize finalist Gina Gionfriddo was a storming success in the US and it’s brought bucketfuls of NYC sass across the pond. It’s the story of neurotic, high-maintenance Susie, grieving her “useless” alcoholic father whom she idolised. Max was the boy brought up by her family after [...]
12th January, 2011 by Serena
Indie pop due Chalk and Numbers hail back to a more analogue time . . .
11th January, 2011 by Katie
FQ is on the scrounge again! Our third issue is to be published in April – bigger and shinier* than ever and just as jam-packed with countercultural lady goodness. As ever, we need writers, reviewers, and illustrators. If you fancy lending us a hand, get in touch firstname.lastname@example.org or DM @KatieFQ. Plus more news soon [...]