A giant flower helter-skelter is the big crowd-pleaser at this most tasteful of flower shows
Portrait that has bitterly divided South Africa for portraying president's genitals is smeared with paint
Expert insists stencil of sweatshop worker with Jubilee bunting is a genuine Banksy
Major exhibition of artist's work planned after appeal by Sir Ian McKellen
Record breaking sales for The Scream and Orange, Red, Yellow, are a window on inequality
British Museum's new collection of Picasso prints is worth getting excited about
If his anatomical drawings had been published, they might have changed the history of science
One of the world's best known paintings is expected to fetch $80 million at auction today
Star Wars re-enactment artist Spartacus Chetwynd nominated for ever-surprising art award
Arrival at the National Gallery of this rarely seen masterpiece from the Hermitage is a major event
Culture minister slices 'genitals' of caricatured cake as blacked-up artist screams in mock pain
The works are powerful, but do they belong in a museum or a marketplace?
Remarkable works by David Hockney and Richard Hamilton make up for 'state-sponsored' Dyson and iMac
Artists take over White Cube's three London galleries with show based on newsagent's 'shock, horror' bills
This clever, compact show explores the artistic bond between two key figures of Modern art
The Tate captures the moment when British art met Picasso, and invariably came off second best
Artist’s college professor criticises new exhibition, A Bigger Picture, as 'rubbish'
Hockney has reinvented himself as a landscape artist, but he hasn't reinvented landscape painting
The creator of St Trinian's who survived Changi prison and the Burma railway has died in France
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