March 12 2014 Latest news:
London-educated French artist Laure Prouvost has won the Turner Prize for her work Wantee.
A huge ice sculpture of the London skyline will be carved today on the South Bank to launch Frostival at the London Eye.
The amazing work of Ben Wilson, aka Chewing Gum Man, who paints scenes of London on discarded gum is bringing his exhibition to the capital for one week only.
An exhibition exploring J M W Turner’s lifelong fascination with the sea, including his study of the Battle of Trafalgar, opens at the National Maritime Museum this Friday.
The Tate Britain has opened its doors after a spectacular renovation project which has transformed the central London gallery.
Refugees and asylum seekers who have fled torture and torment across the world are to have their art displayed at London’s renowned Saatchi Gallery, starting this month.
A giant canvas of the Mona Lisa has been installed on Clapham Common following a national poll which named Leonardo Da Vinci classic as the nation’s favourite portrait of all time.
Controversial British modern artists Jake and Dinos Chapman are opening their first-ever ‘major London museum show’ to the Serpentine Gallery next month.
A rich mix of original but affordable art, mostly priced between £30 and £200, will go on sale at a budget art fair in east London this weekend.
More than 100 works of art given to the Queen to mark her Diamond Jubilee last year - from contemporary artists including Tracey Emin, David Hockney, and Anish Kapoor - will go on show at Buckingham Palace on Friday.