For all his business acumen, Pieter the Younger was no original and his skill was weedy compared to the robustness of his father’s.
Stunning new gallery spaces have opened in London and San Francisco. But which is better – the buildings or the art?
A protest at the Tate Modern proves art continues to court controversy. But do institutions feel stifled by such attention?
A new exhibition at Tate Liverpool reveals how Bacon constructed his striking faces.
Sicily: Culture and Conquest at the British Museum.
The "Undressed" exhibition at the V&A reveals a social dimension to bras, pants and corsets.
The Swan House Gallery in Harwich will showcase the designer’s work with long-time collaborator Hugh Tisdale.
The Syrian artist Randa Mdah expresses the suffering of a people.
Living in an age of progress, Bosch sent his monstrous creations hurtling back to the Dark Ages.
These works suggest Botticelli had more in common with Dolce & Gabbana or Andy Warhol than we realise.
Where do cultural artefacts belong? And what do we really mean by “original”?
No country has ever left the EU before, so there's no map for where we're going.
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