Mumbai-based artist Priyesh Trivedi (also known as Adarsh Balak) tells us about his three-month residency at Gasworks, London.
London arts tour
This month we are exploring the arts and culture scene in the UK’s capital, London. With an international reputation for producing some of the most innovative creative talent and rich artistic work in the world, London is at the centre of the UK’s cultural life.
We caught up with Jay Miller, founder and Artistic Director of The Yard Theatre in east London, about the pioneering venue's journey so far.
This podcast mini-series invites London-based British writers who have a connection to India to share their memories and stories of their favourite places in the capital.
In October, legendary American poet and performer Saul Williams teamed up with Boiler Room to present an evening devoted to spoken word and lyricism. Watch the event's highlights online.
The Photographers Gallery in Soho, founded in 1971 as the first organisation in the world devoted purely to the photographic medium. Explore their collaborative projects and get involved.
Find out more about Film London's illustrious award and watch a series of interviews with this year's nominees.
The BFI London Film festival, now in its 60th year, has been the home of powerful cinema from across the world.
The National Theatre in collaboration with international touring company Complicite present Bryony Kimming’s innovative musical A Pacifist's Guide to the War on Cancer.
Based in East London, the arts practice Create exists to explore how artists can contribute to the lives of people in cities.
This winter marks an exciting moment in the world of international design: the opening of the new Design Museum in West London.
Bringing together established and up-and-coming design talents from all corners of the globe, the London Design Festival is hosted by dozens of venues across the capital.
This year saw Rambert work with Australian choreographer Lucy Guerin on their production Tomorrow, an exhilarating interpretation of Macbeth.
Explore key objects from the South Asian Collection and find out more about the museum's links with India.
The Turner Prize is one of Europe’s greatest artistic awards and spreads awareness of contemporary art in the UK. Find out more about this year's shortlisted artists.
The London Indian Film Festival is an annual celebration of Indian and South Asian filmmaking and encompasses features, documentaries and short films by acclaimed and emerging filmmakers.