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The award-winning artist on race, humour and art in a time of crisis.
The relentlessly cheery pictures found in medical centres today are a far cry from the pious, grand and distressing paintings hung in hospitals throughout history.
More people are visiting cultural institutions than ever before – even on lockdown
The high street retailer has entered into administration, but why did they falter just as the whimsical Victoriana they popularised came back into fashion?
As institutions are forced to close their physical doors, the pandemic has sparked a wave of virtual galleries, museums and music venues.
Andy Warhol was once the embodiment of sleazy-glitzy chic, but 30 years after his death his legacy is looking shaky.
The ideal man is an archetype that changes with the times. A new Barbican exhibition asks – what does he look like, then and now?
Why the Belgian artist’s work is anything but black and white.
A major retrospective of the artist and director’s work reveals a master of the uncanny.
The price for being the most famous painting in the world was that it also became the most stolen. During its long history, the altarpiece has been the victim of 13 different crimes.
This year’s exhibition calendar sees a return for some of the biggest names of the Renaissance – and Andy Warhol.