If you are lucky enough to live in London or visit it in the next few weeks, I have another exhibition for you: Nick Cave – Chasing The Myth.
Proud Galleries is delighted to present Nick Cave: Chasing The Myth, a collection of iconic portraits of the enigmatic front man that span his extraordinary, eccentric and eclectic musical career. This exhibition is a rare opportunity to look back into the shadows of one of today’s most transfixing performers.
Bringing together both iconic and unseen shots from David Corio, Andrew Whitton, Steve Double, David Arnoff and Amelia Troubridge: photographers whom each worked with Nick Cave at different stages of his artistic development, the exhibition is a revealing and intimate portrait of one of rock’s few singular personalities who speaks so truly from the heart. From shots by Corio of early intense onstage performances in London while fronting his incendiary band The Birthday Party, to more subdued moments during the filming of 20,000 Days on Earth by Troubridge showing Cave’s obsessive need to create; each photographer’s unique portraiture adds to the rich narrative, encompassing the many characters which collectively make Nick Cave, one of the most revered artistic talents of the last three decades.
From September 3rd till November 2n 2014 at Proud Galleries Camden, The Horse Hospital, The Stables Market, Chalk Farm Rd, London NW1 8AH.
For more information about opening hours & how to get there, check out http://www.proudcamden.com
From September 4th till the 28th, Somerset House in London – United Kingdom will host an exhibition of Nick Cave photographs taken by Bleddyn Butcher. The exhibition will cover the period of 1981 to 2013 and will also coincide with the release of the the book: A Little History – Photographs of Nick Cave and Cohorts.
Entrance to the exhibition is free. For all practical information see the official website.
The book is available to pre-order on Amazon (UK) for £17.
Yes, it’s true. Lullaby Versions of Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds is the newest title in the Twinkle Twinkle Little Rock Star series, produced by The Roma Music Group.
1. O Children
2. Dig, Lazarus, Dig!!!
3. Into My Arms
4. We No Who U R
5. Red Right Hand
6. Push the Sky Away
7. The Ship Song
8. Where the Wild Roses Grow
9. Straight To You
10. The Mercy Seat
11. (Are You) The One That I’ve Been Waiting For?
12. The Weeping Song
13. Nobody’s Baby Now
Folks, this compilation is a wonder and a delight. With its high-quality instrumentation, this album ain’t just for babies. Immediate favorites: “Straight to You”, “(Are You) The One That I’ve Been Waiting For”, and the ethereal “Push The Sky Away”. The most surprising inclusion is the gently sonorous, “Dig, Lazarus, Dig!!!”. Wonderful stuff. Appropriate for listening at work, on your way to class, while meditating, preparing dinner, to clear your mind after an über krap day, or any time you want to bring a little sunshine into your head. When I go to bed tonight, my ear buds will be twinkling with Lullaby Versions of Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds.
Listen to “Into “My Arms” ~
TWINKLE TWINKLE LITTLE ROCK STAR: If you don’t know about this miraculous company, and the astounding number of artists and genres featured in their catalog, do yourself a favor. Check out their website. TTLRS produce lullabies for all ages. And people, they take requests. All titles are available in CD (on demand) or clean and green digital versions.
Review by Morgan Wolfe, for Nick Cave Fixes blog, July 16, 2014, All rights reserved.
Thanks to Paul Modiano at The Roma Music Group.
In Australian cinemas August 21 – Buy tickets now
Drama and reality combine in a fictitious 24 hours in the life of musician and international cultural icon Nick Cave. With startlingly frank insights and an intimate portrayal of the artistic process, the film examines what makes us who we are, and celebrates the transformative power of the creative spirit.
Running Time: 95 mins
Featuring: Nick Cave, Susie Cave, Warren Ellis, Darian Leader, Ray Winstone, Blixa Bargeld, Kylie Minogue
Directed by: Iain Forsyth & Jane Pollard
The North America tour has started so feel free to contribute in the comments: pictures, reviews, etc :)
As for me I will be at the Brooklyn and New York… I just have to survive the 8h flight from Belgium!
Royal Opera House – La Monnaie, Brussels
In the 2014-2015 season La Monnaie will be presenting three very differing projects: Shell Shock, Medúlla and Creation 2015. Nick Cave wrote the libretto for the opera creation Shell Shock, Björk lent us her music for Medúlla, the first intergenerational project in La Monnaie, and Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker is making her new dance performance Creation 2015 to music from Brian Eno. These performances unite music, performance and beauty of the highest level.
Shell Shock is a war story in which soldiers, mothers, prisoners and lost souls take the leading roles. With ‘choreographer of the year’ Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui directing, this performance is guaranteed to be a high point in the planned commemorations for the Great War.
NOTE: Early Birds: best seats will be on sale from Saturday 12 April to Saturday 26 April.
Shell Shock (Nicholas Lens / Nick Cave) – buy your tickets here