Editorial
About NEW CARTOGRAPHY

About NEW CARTOGRAPHY

New Cartography magazine is a one-off special-edition of The New Wolf. The proposal for the magazine was the winning submission to the Anthology brief set by IdeasTap. The magazine was launched online on 15 November, with a print run to follow. Maps are tools that provide us with a systematic...
A note from the editors...a call for submissions...New Cartography!

A note from the editors…a call for submissions…New Cartography!

  Hello faithful readers. A quick explanatory note, which hopefully will go some way to atone for and explain our comparative lack of activity in recent days… Last month, we submitted an application to produce a one-off special edition of The Wolf, through an organisation called Ideastap – a private...
New Wolf exhibition - Re:Thinking a City

New Wolf exhibition – Re:Thinking a City

Exhibition open Mon-Sat 11am-6pm Thursday evening drinks 6pm-9:30pm From June 11 – 16 2012 – The New Wolf’s online forum is made physical. Re:Thinking a City features a selection of works featured in the Observatory, our online gallery of up-and-coming artists from around the world, as well as written articles with...
May Preview

May Preview

A couple of multi-disciplined events to mention, first off. The Bread and Roses Centennial Film Festival runs until May 13th at Studio Strike and features films, poetry and Q&As to mark the 100-year anniversary of The Bread and Roses textile worker strike. Ken Loach’s Bread and Roses is in the...
April Preview

April Preview

Ambika P3 utilises its vast space again by hosting a reworking of David Hall’s 1970s ‘101 TV sets’. The new exhibition End Piece… features 1001 Televisions broadcasting live analogue terrestrial channels to a disorienting effect. With analogue television’s plug being pulled, the television’s signals will gradually fade to white noise....
March Preview

March Preview

Art Sensus has quickly turned around an exhibition of the recently deceased photographer, Eve Arnold. Famous mostly for her Marilyn Monroe portraits, this exhibition also reveals her documentary work in the Far East. It opens March 2nd. Throughout March, The Mayor Gallery exhibits the work of Armando and Bernard Aubertin....
Statement of intent and February preview

Statement of intent and February preview

Big plans ahead for the New Wolf this month. Our wallpaper is beginning to fray and our long johns are becoming threadbare. And so, the decorators are in. On February 20th, The New Wolf gets a refit – new design, new logo and new content. We’re passionate about a lot...
What the Wolf watched in 2011

What the Wolf watched in 2011

Honourable Mentions: Poetry; Hugo; Mysteries of Lisbon; Weekend; Cave of Forgotten Dreams; A Separation. 10. The Salt of Life Gianni Di Gregorio wrote the much-loved Gomorrah [2008], and used his new found film-world clout to finance and produce his own personal projects. His first, Mid-August Lunch, was entertaining but hamstrung...
January preview

January preview

Welcome to 2012! With a new year comes a new month and so we take our usual look at the cultural highlights in January, particularly for the Capital’s dwellers. Plus a look at what’s coming on the New Wolf this month and a bit of insight into the year ahead....