What did you want to be when you were 5? An astronaut? Basketball player? President? When we're little, we imagine that we'll do something exciting with our lives. But somewhere along the way, all that
A new exhibition at New York’s MoMA features meticulous copies of famous artworks. It raises the question: is originality really that important? Jason Farago investigates. On the fourth floor of the Museum
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Lucien Castaing-Taylor and Véréna Paravel have created an experimental documentary with audacity and brilliance, a film that could as well be shown on a wall at Tate Modern as on a cinema screen. It is
It's midday in Soho and Alice Englert bundles out of a cab, a dishevelled whirlwind of smiles and hellos and one quick cigarette before the Guardian drags her into a basement. It's actually one of the
Peter Bradshaw on art movies This is a red rag to a number of different bulls. Lovers of what are called arthouse movies resent the label for being derisive and philistine. And those who detest it bristle
I only found out about Jeff “Ja Rule” Atkins’ new movie I’m in Love with a Church Girl yesterday, (along with the fact that Ja Rule’s name is “Jeff Atkins”), and I’m still climbing down the rabbit hole.