May 18 2013 Latest news:
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.”
Bleary-eyed commuters were greeted by the sight of a giant bronze alien appearing to crash down to earth in Grosvenor Gardens this morning.
The world premiere of Sebastião Salgado’s photographic exhibition Genesis has opened at the Natural History Museum in London.
There are just a few days left to see an art exhibit by contemporary Indian artist Kariyappa Hanchinamani.
Zombie, booze and dollar are among the words featuring in a new exhibition revealing the global reach of English.
Art loves have been queuing for three days to get their hands on postcards designed by arists including Wallace and Gromit creator Nick Park.
The identities of the artists behind an eye-catching set of postcards will be revealed when they go on sale on Saturday.
Arts lovers who like to indulge in some buying now and again but can never quite afford it should be in luck at an event near London Fields this weekend.
More than 300 objects spanning the extraordinary career of Beckenham boy and international rock superstar, David Bowie, have been brought together for an exhibition which is due to open at the V&A Museum in Kensington on Saturday.