If he hadn't left home, would he have become one of the greatest writers on art since Baudelaire?
Shock of the New brought Hughes a mass audience, but he felt like piano player in a whorehouse
'Grand-daddy of listing magazines' goes free as it aims to increase circulation to 300,000
Some of the world's best-known photographers reveal London from unexpected angles
Spectators become participants in this timely, intimate antidote to the brouhaha of the Olympics
Pulp singer's 'spin painting' loan isn't first time he has given something back to his home town
The Tanks marks a pivotal moment for art by giving performance a dedicated museum space
Experts have found 100 unknown works by the Italian master - find of the century or a big mistake?
British masterpiece may disappear from public view after controversial sale to private collector
Tate Modern reveals a lesser-known Edvard Munch, but some miss the famously tortured artist
Plans for a theatre adaptation of the famous five's songs and career follow in footsteps of Mamma Mia!
Brazen art-lifter put painting into shopping bag and left without being spotted
Serpentine retrospective does justice to this elusive, misunderstood but significant artist
Spring of Arts exhibition prompts violent protests from Islamists
This show about nothing is surprisingly engaging - if you leave your cynicism at the door
Large Late Forms shows Moore's mega bronzes as you've never seen them before - indoors
Drone-like creation attracts criticism but price-tag rockets to €100,000
A more strictly curated show heralds how good this annual arts fixture could be