The Guggenheim Museum Bilbao presents Ernesto Neto: The Body that Carries Me, a unique retrospective dedicated to the work of Ernesto Neto (b. 1964, Rio de Janeiro), one of Brazil's most outstanding artists who is internationally renowned for his organic sculptures, which often take on colossal dimensions, such as the enormous installation hanging in the Museum's Atrium, The Falling Body [Le corps] female [from Leviathan Thot ] (O corpo que cai [Le corps] fêmea [de Léviathan Thot ]), 2006.
An Afghan refugee who drove taxis to support his family, Ishaq Sadat returned to Afghanistan after the fall of the Taliban to establish a highly successful construction business, creating jobs for hundreds in his home town of Jalalabad.
The Museo Thyssen in Madrid is presenting the first retrospective on Cézanne to be held in Spain in thirty years, following the one at the MEAC in 1984. The exhibition, curated by Guillermo Solana, includes 58 works: 49 oils and 9 watercolours lent by museums and private collections around the world (including the USA, Australia and Japan), many not previously seen in Spain.
Porsche Design Sport, the collaboration between the luxury brand Porsche Design and adidas, creatively fuses leading sport performance technology and sophisticated, minimalist design. With its Spring/Summer 2014 collection, the brand brings exciting technological and design innovations into an ever-widening range of sporting categories.
2014 is the year for landmark anniversaries of award-winning films where Britain played a leading role on the silver screen. We show how you can still recreate the magic these movies generated at these legendary film locations in 2014 and beyond.
As London celebrates record numbers of international tourists coming to the capital, the Mayor of London Boris Johnson, actress Joanna Lumley, model and actress Twiggy, Michelin star chef Gordon Ramsay and two of the world's most famous ballet dancers talk about what makes their city the greatest place on earth to visit.