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The shortlist for the 2009 Sony World Photography Awards was announced on Tuesday the 24th of February. 186 selected photographers from 43 different countries will compete in a variety of categories in one of the most prestigious photographic competitions in the world.
Chris Beetles Gallery announces a unique collaboration with Sotheby’s: the most comprehensive Beaton exhibition for many years.
The market for high art defied the global economic slump last night when bidders in Paris spent more than €210 million at the start of the sale of the sumptuous collection of the late couturier Yves Saint Laurent and Pierre Bergé, his partner.
Leading figures from the art world have launched a campaign to reverse stringent visa controls which they claim are preventing top foreign musicians, actors and artists from visiting Britain.
It is the first time since 1995 that a collection of emerging, British-based artists has been exhibited abroad on this scale.
The two titans of the British art world, the National Gallery and the Tate, have finally edged towards a truce after four years of disagreement about where the cut-off between their collections should be.
An artist like Van Dyck had never been seen before and his startling depictions of English society would change portraiture for good.
Marcus Harvey's portrait of Myra Hindley was one of the most controversial artworks of the 90s. Twelve years on, he's set to cause another furore. 'Just don't say I've done Thatcher with dildos,' he begs Simon Hattenstone.
Maureen Gamble (MA, PgDip Fine Art, FHEA) is head of the Division of Art, Design & Creative Digital Media, University of Worcester, where she lectures in Fine Art and Professional Practice on both the BA and MA Fine Art programmes.
A new exhibition aims to teach visitors the true value of art.
Buyer returns missing canvas worth thousands of pounds by one of the Queen's favourite artists.
Artists launch orchestrated campaign to flout copyright of Britart 'bully'.
A picture of an armed sheriff moving through an American home after an eviction due to a mortgage foreclosure was named World Press Photo of 2008 on Friday.
David Cameron apologised today after one of his staff changed the Wikipedia entry for artist Titian to try to win a bizarre argument with Gordon Brown.
Chinese artist's parody of the great painting is now on exhibit in the Louvre.
A giant white horse was announced today as a new £2 million public art commission in south-east England dubbed the "Angel of the South".
Mentored in the beginning by Dazed & Confused’s Creative Director, Nicola Formichetti, Matt’s breed of bright, candid, fashion and portrait photography was an instant hit with London’s disaffected generation.
The second exhibition in Picture This’ Recorded Live season of new moving image works exploring performance to camera.
Sean Snyder, Index is the first solo exhibition in a British institution by this leading American artist.
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