Virginia Woolf wrote Between the Acts shortly before she died and against a backdrop of turmoil and war. Today, her final novel is one of her least-known – and most striking. On 27 March 1941, Virginia
The new TV programme inspired by the Steven Soderbergh film follows other films and TV shows that offer different perspectives on prostitution, writes Keith Uhlich. They call it ‘the oldest profession’.
As a gory painting discovered at a house in France is pronounced the real deal, Kelly Grovier looks at how we can spot a fake. Trust your gut. In art, as in life, thinking is overrated. These are the messages
In the final chat from the Cannes Film Festival, the BBC Culture team discuss Pedro Almodóvar’s new film Julieta, and pick out their favourite movies of the week. In Julieta, Almódovar’s latest film, legendary
Written by Tomo Taka, The Spaces This article was originally published by The Spaces, a digital publication exploring new ways to live and work. A former church in the English town of Scunthorpe has been
A new biography of Diane Arbus. In 1969, the Metropolitan Museum of Art agreed to buy three photographs by Diane Arbus, for seventy-five dollars each. Wiser counsels prevailed, however, and a few months
About a month ago, on a trip to Dallas, Texas, I had dinner with a young d.j. whose renown as a producer and engineer is steadily growing. We talked about life and music and art and money, and how he’d
Con ocasión del 400 aniversario de la muerte de Shakespeare, varios actores, entre ellos Ian McKellen, han dedicido ayudar al público a entender cada línea escrita por el autor inglés. Estos actores han