National Portrait Gallery
'Glorious' National Portrait Gallery show distils brilliant, tragic life of Bloomsbury writer
Bailey's 'astonishing' collection of photographs lights up the National Portrait Gallery with 'star-wattage'
National Portrait Gallery show re-evaluates the once popular 'Miss Marple with a paintbrush'
Duchess of Cambridge calls painting by Paul Emsley 'brilliant' - sadly, no-one else seems to agree
Chairing the Arts Council 'is about lifting public taste not reducing it to the level of the sewer' says Strong
From medallists, to chefs, this photography show celebrates the many faces of the Olympics
It’s more than 40 years since gangling Neasden schoolgirl Lesley Hornby became Twiggy, the world’s first supermodel, almost over night. Her doe eyes and elfin crop defined Sixties London, and now that decade’s poster girl is turning 60 herself. The National Portrait Gallery is leading the celebrations with an exhibition and book dedicated to her career: her early years in fashion, her stint as a Broadway actress and singer, and her recent return to modelling as the mature face of M&S.
In pictures: A new exhibition documenting the Stones in their heyday opens at the National Portrait Gallery today
In pictures: The shortlist for the prestigious prize, worth more than £25,000, has been announced
In pictures: The 2010 shortlist includes an artist's painting of his mother on her deathbed