Silent Frame introduces readers to five artworks every week – from painting to poetry, fashion to food design. Read recent articles below, or browse our themed columns via the links above.
‘Discovery is the one thing I keep deliciously private.’ We talk to composer Jessica Curry.
Acrylic bricks, time-travellers, and reminiscence feature in this selection of four Philippine artworks.
Clones, the campaign for equality, and Clair de Lune all feature on this manifold album by Janelle Monáe.
A clandestine affair, a revenge tale, and the truth about Santa Claus feature in this trio of festive films.
People and things gradually fade away for reasons unknown in this curious short story by Peter Carey.
Supernatural meets mundane in this sprawling novel about the fictional Trueba family by Isabel Allende.
‘Unappreciated art is doomed to disappear.’ We talk to electronic musician Black Marble.
Watercolours, pangolins, and aspiring musicians feature in this selection of four Congolese artworks.
A mother and daughter live in a rundown mansion among feral cats and rats in this classic documentary.
Hanging ribbons and hermit thrushes feature in this trio of artworks related to the word 'Synaesthesia'.
A ruthless businessman trades in shrunken heads in this sinister short story by Augusto Monterroso.
Coloured lights are reflected into infinity in this mesmerising mirror installation by Yayoi Kusama.
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