June 20 2013 Latest news:
In amongst the sculptures and paintings at the Royal College of Art graduate exhibition there will also be simulated landmines and suitcases made from biodegradable synthetic wool.
Renowned street artist JimmyC applied the finishing touches to his latest street work this morning, a large scale portrait of Brixton’s most famous son David Bowie.
Modernist family houses in Tower Hamlets, a sculptural Energy Centre at the Olympic Park and a state-of-the-art cancer treatment centre in Camden are among 13 buildings in London which have been given a national architectural award.
Singer-songwriter Paloma Faith joined other artists to perform outside the Tate Modern gallery this afternoon as part of a campaign to fight world poverty.
A London museum is going to recreate the tiny shop where Sir Paul Smith launched his fashion empire as part of a new exhibition about the designer.
Original work by Picasso will sell in London later this month for just a few hundred pounds a pop, it has been announced.
“What moves me: what, when and how things come together – in photography as well as in life.
A Tate deal has saved one of “the great masterpieces of British art”, which will soon go on show in London and across the country.
The artist behind a “live encounters” exhibition at the Tate Modern has been shortlisted for this year’s Turner Prize.
There is a “contradiction at the heart” of the government’s approach to arts funding, according to the outgoing boss of the National Theatre.
The late Kenji Yoshida said two years before he died in 2009: ‘‘Life brightens most when peace occurs. Peace is supreme beauty.”