The philosopher and French art historian has written 60 essays. He is a specialist on the use of images in contemporary culture and looks for the surprises hidden within them, like children do
People who have suffered attacks because of their sexual or gender identity and were welcomed in Mexico see their stories reflected in the exhibition ‘Doors of Hope’
Europe’s greatest intellectual publishes a monumental 1,752-page work that takes a look at the history of philosophy. He is a part of it thanks to his theory of deliberative democracy
Seven people had been arrested over the heist, but no charges have been brought until Monday, four years after the toilet was stolen. The artwork has never been found.
The group Just Stop Oil chose to target the 17th-century oil painting because it was previously slashed as part of the suffragette movement calling for women’s rights in 1914
Brazilian director Kleber Mendonça Filho travels to the past in this melancholic and powerful autobiographical movie: from his mother’s house to the theaters where his love of cinema was forged