It's thought of as the event that defined a generation and set the template for future music festivals. But is this really true? Greg Kot looks back.
The week’s best arts and culture pictures – from acrobatics in China to street art in the Caribbean and a ‘dinosaur bicycle’ in Norway.
A new sci-fi film adapted from a young adult novel raises interesting questions about privacy, surveillance and state manipulation, reports Tom Brook.
With hindsight it is easy to see a unifying theme of psychic turmoil in the late actor’s work. He turned his pain into our pleasure, Lisa Schwarzbaum writes.
The band was created by A&R executives to rival the Fab Four – but they produced some the 1970s oddest music. David Stubbs recounts the strange story of Faust.
The week’s most amazing pictures from the arts and culture – from Japanese body painting to Danish fashion.
Companies are buying up works from Richter, Basquit and other recent masters to impress clients. Is it just conspicuous consumption? Alastair Sooke reports.
Rebellion is the theme in new documentaries about the ‘Persian Picasso’ and the man who inspired the 1975 film. Critic Owen Gleiberman gives his review.
From the Middle Ages to the present, woven fabric has been capable of being painting’s equal. Jason Farago picks the most sublime examples.
With their mood of decadent excess, the Tiny Times films reflect the country’s growing materialism. But not everyone is pleased about the values they represent.