Hockney at his best shows us that we often look but rarely see.
Paul Morley’s biography rushes past the modernist genius of David Bowie.
An exhibition of Bailey's NW1 images is a moving testament to impermanence.
A wondrous Tate retrospective showcases a man ahead of his time.
A parallel biography of Lene and Leni illuminates the lives of neither.
Must-reads from the past week
Isaiah Berlin’s run-ins with Isaac Deutscher show what a bitch Berlin could be.
Roth Unbound captures the biographical genius of America's greatest retiree.
A new ‘companion’ to Allen's movies confirms the sterility of film studies.
A nobody in his own time, a knockout in ours, he changed how we see the world.
The late New Yorker film writer Pauline Kael may have got some judgements badly wrong, but she grasped how movies reflected wider society.