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April 20, 2016

The Culture Edit

New York hosts the Tribeca Film Festival, PJ Harvey is back and Prem Sahib opens in Birmingham

  • Written by Amuse Team
  1. 1. Japan: The Island of Monsters

    Charles Freger’s book of Japanese monsters looks at all the masks, costumes and characters that agricultural and fishing communities have used to mark changes in seasons and associated fertility and abundance rites. It’s the photographer’s follow-up to his study of wild European folkloric cultures. £24.95. 27th June. thamesandhudsonusa.com

  2. 2. PJ Harvey’s Travels on Track

    The Hope Six Demolition Project is PJ Harvey’s ninth studio album and draws from four years of journeying through Kosovo, Afghanistan and Washington DC. pjharvey.net

  3. 3. Prem Sahib Heads to Birmingham

    The London artist - whose exhibition at the ICA was one of last year’s highlights - opens a solo show at Grand Union in Birmingham. Saunas, clubs and cruising are explored through a variety of materials and sculpture. 22 April–3 June 2016 grand-union.org.uk

  4. 4. Listen to Lou Doillon

    The French actress-model-singer daughter of Jane Birkin and Jacques Doillon is playing Bush Hall in Shepherd’s Bush next week. She’s already a huge star in France - can she translate on English shores? 27 April bushhallmusic.co.uk

  5. 5. Tribeca Film Festival

    The 15th Tribeca Film Festival has seen everyone from Kevin Spacey (in the new historical comedy called Elvis & Nixon) to James Franco (in the new film by Justin Kelly) premiering at this year’s festival. Don’t miss the films going on at MoMA PS1, Guggenheim and Whitney Museum. Until 24 June in various locations in New York. tribecafilm.com/festival/tickets

Credits:

Prem Sahib René 2016
aluminium, resin
100 x 80 cm
Image courtesy of the artist and Southard Reid, London
Photo: Plastiques Photography

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