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19th October 2016

Earlier this week it was announced that the Art Gallery of New South Wales (NSW) will host a major Andy Warhol exhibition in February 2017.  The gallery will feature works from the famous pop culture artist well as a retrospective of Robert Mapplethorpe’s photography. Modernist women artists read more ...

13th October 2016

The £10 million private art collection of the late singer, songwriter and actor David Bowie has been displayed for the first time online before being auctioned at Sotheby’s next month.  Bowie’s selection of masterpieces includes hundreds of works by famous artists including Damien Hirst, Frank read more ...

07th October 2016

The 14th edition of Frieze London has opened to the general public and will include work from Grayson Perry and Anish Kapoor.  Today, the art fair is known among enthusiasts as one of the most important in the world, with numerous commercial art galleries selling the artwork of thousands of well- read more ...

04th October 2016

Two stolen Van Gogh paintings valued by investigators at $100 million (£77 million) have been recovered by Italian police from the Naples mafia, it has been reported.  The works of art were stolen from an Amsterdam museum during a dramatic raid in 2002, where the thieves used a ladder and read more ...

30th September 2016

Cadogan Tate are working in partnership with Bonhams to facilitate an art exhibition giving an exclusive insight into the Colony Room – the Soho private members club that counted some of Britain’s most important and significant artists amongst its regulars.    “The Colony Room: Masterpieces from read more ...

29th September 2016

The newest artwork on London’s Fourth Plinth has been unveiled. David Shrigley’s Really Good is a seven-metre high sculpture of a thumbs up cast in bronze. What it actually represents is entirely open to the viewer, according to Mr Shrigley. This idea has been echoed by others, such as London read more ...

28th September 2016

The Turner Prize exhibition has opened at Tate Britain, with a selection of the four nominated artists’ works on display. Michael Dean, Helen Marten, Josephine Pryde and Anthea Hamilton will all show off collections from their works. Tate Britain said that the Prize was one of the best known for read more ...

26th September 2016

Tate Britain has announced that it has acquired its earliest work by a woman artist in the form of Portrait of an Unknown Lady 1650-5 by Joan Carlile. Ms Carlile is thought to be the first woman in Britain to work professionally as an oil painter. Unfortunately, few of her paintings still exist. read more ...

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