A new exhibition at Tate Modern reveals how O'Keeffe's personality came to inform her art – and why it's time to consider them together.
What could the modern counterparts of the first conductor-free orchestras, once a socialist utopian vision, teach our politicians today?
Mary Gaitskill's new novel presents an agonising world of "nice" and "nasty", where moral choice is always constrained.
For all that books and films laud Britain's strength, ultimately, they show that our power is interdependent.
“Do you know how hard we work? How little we earn? This city never gives you any chances.”
Kate Mossman talks to Jeff Beck about escaping Eric Clapton's shadow, dodging fame, and why he can’t go and see Pat Metheny.
Enough of "linked" and "attributable": a new paper concludes that alcohol directly causes seven types of cancer.
The political and policy-based implications of the new Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport.
President Erdogan has hailed the foiling of the coup as a triumph for democracy, but some fear it will serve as a cover to crack down hard on his critics.
Art-goers have been enduring three-hour waits for the Yayoi Kusama exhibition, just for a solitary glance at her work. Is queuing part of the experience, or is it just for the Instagram mirror snap?
The stars of The BFG have great chemistry. What a shame, then, that they end up in boring Buckingham Palace.
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