“It’s the journey that counts” is a cliché that gets trundled out often. These five podcasts tests its validity.
At Tate Modern, a new exhibition exploring the distinctive works of sculptor and painter Alberto Giacometti.
A photo essay by Parisian photographer Romain Laprade, depicting the overlooked plant life of the French capital.
Frieze New York art fair champions experimental choices and new names. Here are five artists to seek out this year.
For Theis Vesterløkke and Niels Fejrskov Juhl, the duo behind synthpop band Gents, friendship shapes the escapist nature of their music.
A new documentary chronicles the mysterious death of transgender icon Marsha P. Johnson.
Italian-born contemporary dancer Melissa Ugolini talks about the role of dance in Turkish culture.
A New York retrospective dedicated to the 70-year-long career of a great American photographer.
Documenta 14 kicks off in Athens for the first time with works from over 160 international artists. Here’s what to look out for in the Greek capital.
Five podcast episodes that interrogate the social codes that shape our behaviour.
Does social media usage lead to an increase in narcissism? What happens when we empower the people who get the most likes and retweets?
Artist Richard Colman on heavy paintings, causality and his latest exhibition, Misanthrope.
In Los Angeles, a replica of the set piece from Stanley Kubrick's Oscar®‐winning 2001: A Space Odyssey is on display.
We speak to Reiner Holzemer, the director of a new documentary on Dries Van Noten, about exploring unknown worlds through the documentary lens.
New to Amsterdam, the Los Alamos exhibition by William Eggleston depicts the photographer's travels across America.
Photographer Denise Grünstein on her photograph Enfant Terrible.
Delving into the enigma that is Georgia O'Keeffe, an exhibition at the Brooklyn Museum considers how the artist sculpted her own persona.
Raoul Peck’s powerful documentary examines race in America through the eyes of acclaimed writer James Baldwin.
Harriet Fitch Little rounds up a selection of podcasts that set out to disprove Edgar Allan Poe's claim of sleep being "little slices of death."
Remembering Six Magazine by Comme des Garçons—a short-lived, explorative journey into the sixth sense.
Adia Trischler—film director, creative director and stylist—selects five films to mark the close of Black History Month.
Philanthropist Hikari Yokoyama on five books that changed her thinking on gender and the balance of power.
Bertil Nilsson explains the shared experience behind his stirring photograph Mario 2014.