Just over a week away from the US release of Quentin Tarantino’s latest film, the showbiz-cum-true crime epic Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, the anticipation among film freaks and general audiences alike
Her name has largely slipped through the gaps of art history, and those who do know her work may associate her primarily with magic and the occult – but, with the acquisition of a huge archive, Tate is
It’s 10 years ago this week that Jez Butterworth’s Jerusalem opened at the Royal Court. Immediately hailed by critics as a modern classic it gave a big, name-bolstering fillip to Butterworth, who sealed
Do you remember the first dance you went to? I was 10 and it was in a village hall in the Scottish Borders. I wore blue eyeliner and a hessian sack that was apparently working night shifts as a dress.
Michael Collins was the man who got history’s middle seat — literally aboard the Apollo 11 spacecraft, but in more lasting ways too. He was, technically, the second-ranking member of the three-man crew
Creating portraits that are startlingly lifelike, Chinese artist Leng Jun is a master of hyperrealism. The accomplished painter is particularly known for his detailed oil paintings of women, where every
The University of Manchester’s Patrick Weltevrede writes about Peter Saville’s iconic pulsar design for Joy Division’s “Unknown Pleasures” and what’s been discovered about the stellar remnant since 1979.
Thirty years on from its release in 1989, Nicholas Barber rewatches Rob Reiner and Nora Ephron’s film and discovers the genius innovation that made it so successful. By the time Harry Connick Jr is crooning