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 backbone of expression.’ We talk to electronic musician Blanck Mass.
Lush steppes, documented sunrises, and throat singing feature in this selection of four Mongolian artworks.
We watch the life of a promising composer play out in reverse in this musical by Stephen Sondheim.
Parties, sarcastic teens, and germfree adolescents feature in this trio of artworks related to the word 'Youth'.
A young woman finds love in the Malaysian moonlight in this languid film, directed by Chantal Akerman.
Stories are cut short and readers are dragged into the action in this beguiling novel by Italo Calvino.
‘I learn through my interactions with dancers and audiences.' We talk to choreographer Alex Ketley.
An act of solidarity, an ethereal garden, and timba music feature in this selection of four Cuban artworks.
The Eiffel Tower and the Empire State Building share a skyline in this meditative film by Jia Zhangke.
Luxury hotels, summery street art, and an MLK bust feature in this trio of artworks related to the word 'Oval'.
The player must trawl police video interviews and collect evidence in this desktop detective game.
Richard Serra's curved steel sculpture towered over New York commuters in the eighties, provoking awe and ire.
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