Art-goers have been enduring three-hour waits for the Yayoi Kusama exhibition, just for a solitary glance at her work. Is queuing part of the experience, or is it just for the Instagram mirror snap?
From Bansky to Martin Bell, Kembrew McLeod's Pranksters: Making Mischief in the Modern World shows how pranks shake things up.
From Achilles in London to Christ in Rio, public art sticks in cities' throats.
Tom Humberstone’s weekly comic.
Some think of the impressionists as the painterly equivalent of easy listening. Inventing Impressionism, themed around the collection of Paul Durand-Ruel, shows just how wrong they are.
The music and arts festival reveals this year's line-up.
Political fashion has never been straightforward.
With the genius of fashion increasingly subsumed by the demands of mass commerce, it's hard not to implicate the industry in Galliano and McQueen's fates.
The National Gallery is a kind of visual phrasebook articulating awkward truths about our civic life.
History Is Now: 7 Artists Take on Britain is a confused hotch-potch of ideas.
A new exhibition, Election! Britain Votes, at the People’s History Museum in Manchester explores the nature of democracy in a candid and sincere fashion that is far removed from the complacency we often get when museums try and do politics.
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