The Whitney Biennial in New York examines the state of the US art scene – but it invites more questions than it gives answers, writes Jason Farago.
The rapper-producer’s well-publicised narcissism rubs many the wrong way. Greg Kot argues that a big head can lead to big ambition – and yield formidable art.
Stefan Zweig was once ‘the world’s most translated author’ – then he faded into obscurity. But a revival in interest is under way, reports Matthew Anderson.
The American holy sister who found divine inspiration in advertising has a new retrospective in Berlin. Can she help us see the spiritual in consumer culture?
The plane is an icon of World War II – and an object of soaring beauty. Jonathan Glancey salutes a design classic.
Paris Fashion Week is the culmination of a month of runway shows in New York, London and Milan. It’s been an emotional ride, writes Susie Lau.
Ukrainians in Crimea have responded to Russian propaganda by blasting back the songs of Cher. How has music been used by the military in the past?
Up for sale were Al Capone’s cocktail shaker, Admiral Nelson’s teapot and fossilised dinosaur eggs. Georgina Adam goes inside an auction with a difference.
From David Lynch’s clay head to a human hamster wheel, BBC Culture picks the most memorable images of the last seven days.
Lisa Schwarzbaum takes a visual journey through the director’s meticulously crafted universe – and tells you what to pack to explore it properly.