The Martian landscape is magical but mundane – though it would be a mistake to start taking it for granted
Mars has never seemed closer, with rovers spamming us with photos from its surface
These vast, bustling buildings were once emblems of city life – but they’ve been in decline for years and the pandemic has only hastened their demise
Videos have become relics of a bygone era – but they are attracting a new following, glitches and all
The inauguration of Joe Biden as president marks a new chapter, but it won’t wipe out the ugly scenes of the storming of Congress
All the world’s a set for the director’s films, according to an enjoyably idiosyncratic travel guide
The duo’s wry installations uncover the realities architecture often hides – and examine how buildings can manipulate people
A long-running debate has been revived by a court ruling that the realism of ‘Call of Duty’ makes it a work of art
The late artist’s creations are magically expressive, the perfect accompaniment to Goscinny’s witty text. Getafix quick!
From Raymond Chandler to Tracey Emin, writers and artists alike have long been seduced by the melancholy brilliance of neon
Demonic forces make their presence felt in this horror film set in the art world
Frank Lloyd Wright is widely considered America’s greatest architect – but his career was dominated by failure
The UK was slow to appreciate Zaha Hadid’s uncompromising attitude to architecture, but she was one of the most important British architects of the past 100 years
Another week, another controversy. Can opponents of the Garden Bridge project still make their voices heard?
The familiarity of Maurits Cornelis Escher’s work doesn’t make it any easier to interpret, says Will Wiles