Many Israeli films deal with conflict in the Middle East or the Holocaust – but a new wave of filmmakers wants to tell a different type of story.
A new exhibition at MoMA features meticulous copies of famous artworks. It raises the question: is originality really that important? Jason Farago investigates.
The new comedy Dear White People pokes fun at the racial politics of US under Obama. It is barbed, cutting – and brilliant, writes Owen Gleiberman.
A new exhibition of war photography at Tate Modern looks beyond gory realism. For Remembrance Day, Alastair Sooke takes a closer look.
Older women are more prominent in fashion now than ever before. But how do you age with style? Lindsay Baker takes a look.
The Cold War gave writers of spy fiction the perfect backdrop for their thrilling tales – how did they cope when it came to an end? Jane Ciabattari finds out.
As corporations and musicians look for new ways to get our attention – and our money - what does this mean for the fans? Greg Kot explains.
Sister Cristina Scuccia has just released an album that includes her cover of Madonna’s hit song. But she isn’t the first nun to raise eyebrows.
Balloons marking the Berlin Wall and poppies at the Tower of London: BBC Culture investigates the phenomenon of memorials that disappear.
Turkey’s Black Sea Coast has become a melting pot for the arts. Nikki Bedi meets a musician who combines distinctive Turkish and indie sounds.