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How a journey into the Arctic Circle left the painter Peder Balke with ice in his soul.
“Eco-Visionaries”, a new exhibition at the Royal Academy, is a lesson in how not to curate the climate crisis.
Reassessing the surrealist artworks of a woman dismissed as a footnote to the Picasso story.
In July, the superstore – a key example of High-Tech architecture – became the first purpose-built supermarket to be listed by Historic England.
The results of the Booker and Turner prizes reflect a climate of hesitance and reluctance to commit.
Recent exhibitions explore the work of Dora Maar, Lee Krasner and Dorothea Tanning without centring the men they married, but the media response shows the battle is far from won.
"Cars: Accelerating the Modern World" at the V&A attemtps to answer that question.
A vast new public art project from McQueen captures 76,000 primary school pupils at a crucial point in childhood.
A new exhibition at the Barbican explores the vital, symbiotic relationship between cabaret and club culture and 20th-century visual art.
How George Stubbs got under the skin of his subjects, animal and human, before he started painting.
For his latest exhibition at the Barbican, the US artist spent years plumbing the depths of a uniquely disturbing database.