Male visitors to Milan this month will face a small army of individuals who are better-looking and more stylish than they are. What to do?
A visionary photographer gets his due at Sydney’s Museum of Contemporary Art
A closer look at the third installments of some big box-office franchises
Discover the dancing queen within at Stockholm’s latest museum
A new book by MTV’s first veejays offers an inside look at the revolutionary television channel
A famed horror-movie hotel prepares to host a frightfully appropriate festival
Contemplating life after doomsday
Two acts take their genre experimentations to new places
A Berlin museum showcases relics from the world’s first metropolis
The producers of AMC’s “Breaking Bad” set their sights on even grimmer territory with “Rectify”
Flaming Lips frontman Wayne Coyne wants you to know something about the band’s new record: It is not fun
Unusual partnerships are having a moment
Going on a souvenir hunt in the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History
MoMA showcases the everyday miracles of Claes Oldenburg
To adapt his 600-page masterpiece of magical realism for the screen, Salman Rushdie broke out his chisel
An extraordinary audio document of a turbulent time
Chicago’s Field Museum shows visitors the light
Honoring the return of America’s pastime with brand-new baseball books; plus, a chat with “The Drunken Botanist”
The only problem with the V&A’s 300-item David Bowie retrospective? It had to leave 74,700 items out.
A slew of this month’s movies come from directors known for their big debuts—but just how far have they moved on?