The American holy sister who found divine inspiration in advertising has a new retrospective in Berlin. Can she help us see the spiritual in consumer culture?
Talking Books interviews satirical Pakistani author, Mohammed Hanif about the relationship between reality and fiction – and his love of the classic US writer.
The week’s best art and culture reads – including how silence has become a luxury, whether Jews are cat or dog people and the therapeutic power of cartoons.
The plane is an icon of World War II – and an object of soaring beauty. Jonathan Glancey salutes a design classic.
Paris Fashion Week is the culmination of a month of runway shows in New York, London and Milan. It’s been an emotional ride, writes Susie Lau.
A new exhibition in New York puts some of the Third Reich’s despised ‘degenerate art’ on display. Alastair Sooke compares it with some works the Nazis loved.
Up for sale were Al Capone’s cocktail shaker, Admiral Nelson’s teapot and fossilised dinosaur eggs. Georgina Adam goes inside an auction with a difference.
From David Lynch’s clay head to a human hamster wheel, BBC Culture picks the most memorable images of the last seven days.
Lisa Schwarzbaum takes a visual journey through the director’s meticulously crafted universe – and tells you what to pack to explore it properly.
The Texan director has been criticised for a focus on style over substance. But despite its madcap humour, his latest movie has serious depth, says Tom Brook.