Robert Hughes, the lauded art critic, writer and television documentary maker, has died.
London launched a rich variety of Olympic photography exhibitions last week.
Tate Britain has collated pictures of London by foreign photographers from 1930 to 1980. Our photography editor Rebecca McClelland asked a new generation of artists to reinterpret the images and capture the city today. With an introduction by Sukhdev Sand
The best of the day's images, as chosen by the NS's photography editor.
Sega only likes women if they're in bikinis.
The photographer on politics, the East End and his time as a debt collector.
London is hoping to transform itself from Victorian capital to futuristic metropolis, but reality seems to be getting in the way.
Alex Preston urges bankers to look up at the buildings they built.
Vivienne Westwood on London's passion and fury.
An exhibition at the British Museum celebrates our greatest playwright.
The value of a painting is how much you can sell it for. But Robert Rauschenberg's "Canyon" is illegal to sell, leaving the Sonnabend estate in a pickle.
Dame Kelly joins the "heroes" in the NPG's range of celebrities.
An extraordinary exhibition goes that far beyond the cone bra.
The two towers are closer in ideology than iconography, but still worlds apart.
Amanda Levete wants to remap London as a city for people not buildings
There’s more to angsty Munch than The Scream, writes Thomas Calvocoressi.
Tate's exhibition of late Turner, Monet and Twombly is full of paintings you'd like to steal
The NS Interview.
“I’ve existed in 2D form for about 15 years”
Some of the finest art about love has played games with time and the agony of waiting.
Rachel Whiteread's golden foliage at the Whitechapel Gallery.
Leo Hollis charts the changing face of the City, from stones to screens
The Southbank Centre’s “Festival of the World” says yes.
“I consider myself a socialist. I’m aware of the ambiguities”
Acclaimed author returns to pots in a new exhibition.
Disorder reigns at the anthropology museum in Paris.
Against a dying light
This year's shortlist encompasses a mixture of art forms.
Some of the leading names in the British art scene have made or donated works to the Crisis Commissi