As Vermeer’s Girl with a Pearl Earring returns home to The Hague, Alastair Sooke delves into the story of the mysterious painting – and its enigmatic creator.
For every hit like Moulin Rouge! or Les Misérables there are flops like Rent, Nine and Jersey Boys. Tom Brook explores how the declining genre can renew itself.
Each year, Hollywood releases at least one new film about demonic possession. Nicholas Barber explains why these movies are still so popular.
The week’s best arts and culture reads – including a look back at Prince’s classic album, the screen v the printed page, and how Frozen took over the world.
Garry Winogrand was out on the streets of New York snapping incredible pictures, day after day. Few can match his dedication – but we can all learn from him.
Americans pride themselves on freedom of speech, but there are limits to what can be expressed on screen. Christian Blauvelt reports.
It’s an art form most often associated with Gothic cathedrals of the Middle Ages, but modern artists have made it their own too. Jason Farago picks the greatest
BBC Culture picks eight of the week’s most eye-catching pictures, including candy floss paintings, red hot art and a royal visit to the Game of Thrones set.
Generations of artists have been inspired by the fight. The Culture Show looks at the sport’s history, and why it has had such an influence on our culture.
Brazilian film is unflinching, confrontational and often extremely violent. It’s where the battle for the nation’s identity is fought, writes Christian Blauvelt