Duchess of Cambridge calls painting by Paul Emsley 'brilliant' - sadly, no-one else seems to agree
Film about supermarket fire that killed ten people deserved to win contemporary art prize, say critics
Sotheby's New York takes record $375m in a day as 'Teflon-coated' art market proves its resilience again
Tate Modern's new performance and painting show has everything from paint orgies to pigs' guts
New show, A Question of Colour, reveals master street photographer's enduring influence
London council's decision to cash in on sculpture donated by the artist has provoked howls of anguish
'Seduced by Art' sets a Martin Parr photograph alongside the Gainsborough that inspired him
Seaside town Ilfracombe divided by 65ft bronze statue of woman 'with half her foetus hanging out'
'Exhilarating' new show compares two great photographers of modern urban life
This enigmatic and coolly beautiful show reveals the genius of Britain's leading pop artist
A swimmer participates in the annual Irish Bog Snorkelling Championship at Peatlands Park, Northern Ireland. The event, which celebrates International Bog Day, requires competitors to swim through 60 metres of swampy waters.
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