Whispers of the day
The Riot Club: Oxford has never seemed so decadent, writes insider Joe Lloyd, but the film inspired by the Bullingdon barely scratches the surface of drinking and dining society culture
Anselm Keifer: RA hosts the prolific German artist's first ever UK retrospective, in a show looking back at his 40-year career opening Sat 27th Sept, writes Joseph Funnell
The Toronto Film Festival has awarded its top prize to The Imitation Game, increasing anticipation for Benedict Cumberbatch, new film, 2014, writes Michael Hegarty
A definitive retrospective of fashion photographer Horst P. Horst is now open at the V&A. Ali Godwin offers an introduction. PLUS ticket competition.
A quasi-documentary following a day in the life of Nick Cave, 20,000 Days on Earth, airs this September. James Stanfield gives us a catch up on his career.
Carlo Brandelli is the creative director of Savile Row tailors Kilgour, and has exhibited his sculpture in Paris. He reveals his London arts and culture highlights to Flora Hughes-Onslow
The hotly anticipated British Museum Ming Exhibition (Ming: 50 years that changed China) opens this week, writes Joseph Funnell
The London Spanish Film Festival (2014) has reached its 10th birthday. Founder Joana Granero talks James Stanfield through the highlights
What to do and see in London this week, 17th to 24th September 2014: the coolest cultural current events, as selected by the Culture Whisper team
With the opening of V&A’s blockbuster John Constable retrospective, Senior Curator of the exhibition, Dr Mark Evans, helps us get to grips with the man behind ‘The Hay Wain’
Will Self: the professional controversialist and writer has silenced critics with another thrilling novelistic experiment, writes Joe Lloyd
Pretty much the best thing about autumn is the telly, and there's a lot to look forward to this year. Here we present the top ten autumn TV highlights 2014
Kate Moss stars in a mesmerising digital cover by AnOther Magazine, writes Katie McFadden
London Design Festival September 2014 brings the coolest designers out of their studios and into our cultural lives. Here's the run down of the best bits to look out for