Over the past 20 years South by Southwest and directors Richard Linklater and Robert Rodriguez have turned the Lone Star state into a movie powerhouse.
A new Oscar-nominated film tells the life story of Sebastião Salgado. Its co-director Wim Wenders talks to Tom Brook about the economist-turned-photographer.
Charles Rennie Mackintosh’s Glasgow School of Art has survived a tragic recent fire and remains ‘a truly functional work of art’, writes Jonathan Glancey.
Composers are always testing performers’ limits – but yesterday’s ‘unplayable’ work is tomorrow’s concert standard, writes Clemency Burton-Hill.
Architects and artists have disguised whole towns, camouflaged factories and dug out underground temples. BBC Culture unearths amazing secret structures.
Kenneth Branagh’s old-fashioned take on the classic fairytale feels outmoded compared to subversive films like Frozen. Nicholas Barber is unimpressed.
Is criticising the government falling out of fashion among China’s artists? Linda Kennedy speaks to creators and critics at Art Basel in Hong Kong to find out.
The show is now 30 years old – but where is the diversity? Ramsay Street doesn’t reflect modern Australia, writes Clementine Ford.
Massive fairs like Art Basel Hong Kong fill vast spaces and attract huge crowds. How do visitors stop feeling overwhelmed? Linda Kennedy finds some solutions.
Art Basel has again arrived in Hong Kong – but what are the best and brightest works on display? From Warhol to the latest Chinese art, Linda Kennedy finds out.