The Denver Art Museum’s new Tom Wesselmann retrospective, “Beyond Pop Art,” features about 100 of the American painter’s most colorful (and nude) works. It runs July 13 to Sept. 14.
Old family secrets upend the lives of a married couple in Rebecca Makkai’s The Hundred-Year House (out July 10), which takes place in a former artists’ colony.
Romance, surrealism, sci-fi–Michel Gondry’s Mood Indigo (out July 18) has it all. In the film, a French man falls in love with a woman (Audrey Tautou) plagued by an odd disease.
Morrissey’s 10th studio album, World Peace Is None of Your Business (out July 15), is his first in five years, but the former Smiths front man is making up for his absence: he’s also working on a novel.
‘I FEEL LIKE I HAD A CHILDHOOD THAT I’M CONSTANTLY MOURNING.’
DRAKE HOSTS THE ESPY AWARDS
This appears in the July 21, 2014 issue of TIME.