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08th February 2017

New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art has launched a new initiative called Open Access, which places 375,000 images of public-domain artworks in the Creative Commons, it has been reported.  As one of the world’s most important and well-established museums, this move means that art lovers can access read more ...

02nd February 2017

For almost 50 years, the 19th century artist Caroline Louisa Daly received no credit for some of her artworks. Numerous sketches and watercolours by Ms Daly have been on display in one of the largest galleries in Atlantic Canada, however until recently these artworks have been mistakenly attributed read more ...

26th January 2017

The Saatchi Gallery is set to start to explore the idea of selfies as art in its new exhibition. Opening in March this year, the Selfie to Self-Expression will look at modern interpretations of the selfie, as well as classic self-portraiture from artists like Van Gogh, Rembrandt and Velazquez. To read more ...

20th January 2017

One of England's most important galleries has now reopened after a huge refurbishment. The Ferens gallery in Hull has been closed for 16 months while it underwent £5.2 million worth of essential work. Part of the refurb was paid for by Hull council, which said that cutting funding to culture was " read more ...

17th January 2017

An unusual sculpture will soon be on display in Grimsby Minster. Our Big Picture is presenting the third installment of the Art In The Minster exhibition with its unique and meaningful Chandelier of Lost Earrings. Created by artists Sharon Campbell and Lauren Sagar, the chandelier will be open for read more ...

16th January 2017

Manchester City Council has approved plans for a huge arts centre to be built in the city. The £110 million arts centre, which has been described as the 'Guggenheim of the North', will include multiple spaces for a variety of show types. The Factory arts centre will be constructed on the site of read more ...

13th January 2017

The British Museum has announced a new show that will examine the later life and works of iconic Japanese artist Katsushika Hokusai. Most famous for his painting the Great Wave, which was produced when he was at least 70 years old, the artist created hundreds of images during his lifetime. Hokusai read more ...

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