A breathtaking exhibition of Dale Chihuly's work.
Richard J Evans on A N Wilson's biography of the Führer.
John Gray on Richard Holloway, Richard Evans on A N Wilson and Claude Lanzmann interviewed.
An NME writer suggests that it's thanks to the influence of Britain's music press.
Why Bosnia is spending 12 million euros building a town dreamed up by a novelist.
Ali Smith, Cynthia Ozick and A L Kennedy are among the heavyweights chosen.
Mondrian | Nicholson: In Parallel and The Pitmen Painters.
Your chance to attend the premiere of the first in a series of films on the perils of political lead
The critics’ verdicts on Shalom Auslander, Jonathan Lethem and Richard Holloway.
It's the age of the troubled female detective. So who's the best?
The classical music community has taken welcome risks with The Death of Klinghoffer and the return o
Our cultural picks for the week ahead.
Johnny Marr promises to reform the band if the government goes...
Thomas Calvocoressi travels to Madrid to see woven masterworks. The exhibition has just transferred to Tate Modern in London.
The government's approach to teaching culture in schools doesn't work.
"Mumsnet really hate me" says the author of Aftermath.
Norman Lamont on Iran, Michael Rosen on children and literature, Leo Robson on John Lanchester and J
Leo Robson asks why all the fuss about Capital and Michael Rosen says children's authors actually kn
<em>The Death of Klinghoffer</em> does not go far enough.
The great actress's problem is that she shows you how she's doing it - there's no magic
Cheek By Jowl offer us a meaty, postmodern <em>'Tis Pity She's a Whore </em>.
The critics’ verdicts on Colm Tóibín, John Lanchester and Stefan Collini
<em>The Artist</em> won five awards at the 84th Academy Awards last night.
Sean Penn's dazed look and the Most Inexplicably Praised Film of the Year.
William Ellis talks us through some his finest portraits.
Our Cultural Picks for the Week Ahead.
Alice Goodman, librettist of "The Death of Klinghoffer", discusses the controversial opera
Amanda Levete on the Barbican Centre, Gabriel Josipovici on Michael Hofmann and Will Self on Alastai
The Brits was a mega-show, falling apart at the seams