In major museums around the world, great works of art are hidden away from public view. What are they – and why can’t we see them? Kimberly Bradley finds out.
Which works of fiction since 2000 will stand the test of time? BBC Culture polled several dozen critics to select the greatest.
Ever wondered where award-winning solo percussionist Evelyn Glennie works? The musician shows off her creative space – and her huge collection of instruments.
BBC Culture picks ten highlights of the film festival, including comedy, science fiction and a horror movie starring Keanu Reeves.
Museum visitors now turn away from works of art to snap photos of themselves. Jason Farago investigates this invasive trend.
The week’s best arts and culture reads – including the importance of blasphemy, the man who hunted Billie Holiday and British cinema’s ‘middlebrow’ problem.
Explore the best film, art and music events around the globe.
As the ceremony approaches, we crunch the numbers to see if historical data can predict the winning film. This week: does a movie’s release date have an impact?
Oscar forecasters consider Julianne Moore as a woman with Alzheimer’s the frontrunner for best actress. But is the movie any good? Owen Gleiberman has a look.
It sounds like a sci-fi fantasy: researchers are using artificial intelligence to produce literature. But are they any good? Hephzibah Anderson finds out.
What should we do with disused airports?
A new dance production at the Sydney Festival is breaking taboos and challenging perceptions. Clarissa Sebag-Montefiore takes a look.