A new pop-up exhibition in Los Angeles aims to explore the history of the self-portrait and the danger of the â€˜death selfieâ€™Museums are no longer just places to see art â€“ theyâ€™re venues to take selfies posted with #museum. So wh
Extract from an interview conducted by Robert Storr with Jeff Koons at the artist's duplex in New York in early June 1990. First published in Art Press (October 1990) in French translation only, it appears for the first time in English in the antholo
Oliver Cromwellâ€™s government gave artwork as part payment of money owed for palace repairsA Titian painting once owned by Charles I and given to his plumber as part payment for money owed is coming to auction.The two-metre tall painting is a show-s
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More than 50 public art installations are on display this weekend for the second year of the light festival in the UKâ€™s capital. Buildings including Westminster Abbey and the National Theatre have been illuminated as part of the event, as works by
Image, which had been painted over, was at risk after site owners EDF Energy revealed plans to clean up the Kent beachAn authentic Banksy image has been recovered from a derelict container on Dungeness beach in Kent after fears it could be destroyed by th
A Game of Thrones-themed ice hotel has opened in KittilÃ¤, Finnish Lapland. The property covers about 20,000 sq m and is part of an annual snow village, which also features an ice restaurant, ice bar and ice chapel. Work on the village begins when the t
Inquiry criticises management of some Anglican buildings and urges CoE to ask for state fundsA significant number of Englandâ€™s 42 historic Anglican cathedrals are at â€œsevere financial riskâ€ and some have ineffective and under-resourced