Brooklyn based Afropunk festival – a much needed celebration of black culture in the city and beyond – hits London for the first time.
Voodoo-inspired heavy metal three-piece Vōdūn are channeling the screams of Mother Earth and the pounding drums of Ouidah.
'Nu-glamour', 'apocalyptic R&B', 'the antidote to karaoke pop' - call her what you like, but singer Law Holt is an unconventional talent ready to cut through the music's industry bullshit.
Never mind Grace Jones hula-hooping topless, check out these legends in the crowd.
Artist, writer and 'zinemaker Jocko Weyland exhibits a collection of his cassettes, 1980-2005, in San Francisco.
Writer Joshua Virasami unearths the legacy of Elma Francois and Amilcar Cabral, whose names, along with most of Black Marxist history, are too often cast aside.
Inspired by its diverse and decadent spirit, photographer Meryl Meisler spent years shooting at the New York club.
A new exhibition – featuring Martin Parr, Dafydd Jones and Grace Lau – examines UK beach culture from the 1850s to the 21st century.
The photographer’s black and white portraits expose the complexities of human psychology, race and religion.
For years, Lauren Greenfield has been using film and photography to shine an unforgiving light on the super-rich, exposing toxic worlds where ‘bling, celebrity, and narcissism’ reign supreme.
Trump may still visit the United Kingdom, but after mass protests and the promise of more he will no longer get the red carpet and royal treatment.
Alice Wroe is using participatory art to help students - and fully-fledged adults - access the stories of incredible women overlooked by the history books.