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Tony Hart, whose work on TV made art accessible to children, has died aged 83.
First it was fishing, then judo. Now the Russian premier has turned his hand to painting.
Madrid's glittering Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum has been rocked by a family row between its powerful owner and her stepdaughter.
The forthcoming shows at our museums and galleries will range from the portraits of Van Dyck to the landscapes of Turner; from new medieval galleries to Picasso and the old masters; from Spain's exquisite precision to the mess of contemporaries, from the Aztecs of Mexico to the Court of Henry VIII.
From supermodel to photographer to confidante of some of the 20th century's top artists, Lee Miller remains an enigma.
A portrait by Francis Bacon could fetch up to £6 million at auction, 38 years after selling for £31,500.
The art world is plunging, along with the rest of the economy. Hooray.
We’ve all heard about dumbing down. But there is plenty of evidence that the opposite is also true. Is this, in fact, the age of mass intelligence?
The poster collection in “Off the Wall”, comes from the 20-odd factions of Lebanon’s 1975-90 civil war and shows that the shifting alliance of leftists and other radicals had artistic flair from the outset.
David Cerny vowed yesterday to hand back all the public money he received for his EU sculpture although he was vague about the bulk £350,000 purse he was attempting to raise from private donors.
Individual brush strokes are visible in Google Earth's high-resolution images.
Invisible Cities is the second exhibition in a series of conversations across the Jerwood Visual Arts series.
British photographer Rankin presents a new cultural hub for London’s hidden gem, Kentish Town
The Locarnese, as it is known locally, became a thriving intellectual hotspot, with a strong sense of community - so much so that Arp liked to refer to it as 'el kibbutz'.
Artists accuse colleges of promoting a 'celebrity culture' among students - who think they can hit the big time despite the economic climate.
Canadian Heritage Minister James Moore is preaching sustained cultural funding, saying the CBC's budget is safe and the Conservatives intend to deliver on their election promises despite the financial downturn.
Christie’s International, the large auction house, is to start a cost-reduction effort on Monday that will include job cuts.
Are federal institutions -- or museums, for that matter -- supposed to move at lightning speed? Sen. Bernie Sanders' Jan. 7 letter to the National Portrait Gallery, decrying the wording on the label accompanying the new portrait of President Bush, has already resulted in the promise of a revision.
The project took the form of a weblog, presenting photographs and videos of Ford and Tess completing activities such as collecting frog spawn, baking cakes and hosting a Teddy Bear’s picnic.
The Animal Gaze multi-site exhibition is an ideal opportunity for schools to make the most of local cultural venues.
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