Joaquín Sorolla (1863-1923), End of the Day, Jávea, 1900, oil on canvas, 88 x 128 cm, Private collection.
A new book and exhibition examining the art of the Dominican and Franciscan orders in Renaissance Italy.
Hong Kong continues to occupy a unique position as the last place in China where its leaders can truly be themselves.
This week sees the return of our Short Histories series, with introductions to Ancient Greece and the New Testament.
Why it can be said Deng Xiaoping’s political inheritance is behind the current protests in Hong Kong.
Chronicling the full collaborative history of filmmaking for the first time.
We caught up with Anthony Downey to talk about Uncommon Grounds, art and media practices in North Africa and the Middle East.
With unrivalled access, Sami Moubayed’s Inside the New Jihad provides a unique and more complete picture of the ISIS movement.
Derek Jarman, Avebury Series No.4, 1973. Northampton Museums & Art Gallery.
Who are Iraq’s Kurds? Mahir Aziz’s The Kurds of Iraq goes deep inside Iraqi Kurdistan to meet the people now on the front line in the war against the Islamic State.
On 3 October, the 75th anniversary reissue of Marcel Carné’s classic Le Jour se lève hits cinemas in the UK and Ireland.
‘Waspish, quick-witted, and eloquent’, our new Hugh Trevor-Roper book receives advanced praise.
Publishing at the end of the month, A Passion for Freedom is Mamphela Ramphele’s acclaimed autobiography.