For Ryan Gander, art is everything and everything is art. The Culture Show’s Miranda Sawyer visits him to find out more about how he sees the world.
The week’s best arts and culture reads – including John Le Carré on Philip Seymour Hoffmann, why Weird Al Yankovich endures and how films can improve our lives.
Sandra Ng made her name in a gangster film and went on to star as a prostitute in a comedy franchise. Tom Brook reports on the boundary-pushing actor.
Lucien Clergue befriended Pablo Picasso in 1953. Over the next 20 years, he took intimate portraits of the artist in his studio, at bullfights and on the beach.
As a festival in London celebrates the art of love poetry, Lucy Scholes discovers how writers around the world express emotions through verse.
The week’s best arts and culture reads – including the trouble with the Gibb brothers, the future of art and what Jay Z can teach us about philosophy.
A new book rounds up the world’s edgiest 3D printing projects. Here are 10 of the best, including a pen that draws in midair and furniture made from human ash.
Our photo albums are full of seaside holiday snaps – but how to take really good ones? Stephen Dowling reveals what we can learn from great photographers.
As the Theakstons Old Peculier Crime Writing Festival begins, Jane Ciabattari picks 10 masters of the genre who should be on your bookshelf.
They might have topped the views this week, but how do these viral video hits fare against their predecessors? BBC Culture checks out the competition.