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21st August 2017

The Tate Modern in London is to host a new exhibition that will see the introduction of a ceramics factory to its fifth floor. Here, visitors will be able to volunteer to take part in a 30-metre production line, casting or moulding jugs, or even just helping to keep the space clean.  Featuring read more ...

18th August 2017

Despite the current economic uncertainty surrounding Brexit, the art market remains resilient in the face of change, with £118 million worth of Old Master paintings and drawings sold at auction earlier this month.  Among the works of art sold at auction in London was a Francesco Guardi of Venice read more ...

15th August 2017

On August 14th at London’s National Gallery, Van Gogh’s iconic Sunflower paintings were reunited virtually, in a new type of exhibition. Despite each of the five paintings being spread out across the continents of the globe, for one evening, the were exhibited together via Facebook Live.  In real read more ...

11th August 2017

A number of drawings found among dusty paintings and papers have been discovered in an antiques shop in Kensington. It has been confirmed that these presumed lost drawings are products of the famous Swiss artist Alberto Giacometti.  The works of the great 20th century artist were in the antiques read more ...

10th August 2017

Artist Heather Dewey-Hagborg has created a series of portraits from the DNA of the former US soldier Chelsea Manning, it has been reported. Following a two-year correspondence, the artist collected cheek swabs and hair clippings from Manning in order to create 30 3D-printed portraits, which are now read more ...

08th August 2017

As the creation dates of art pieces slip further and further behind us, the value of them increases, meaning that in today’s world they are selling for higher prices than ever before. As art changes with time, it is of little surprise that some of the most well-known and delicate works of art are read more ...

04th August 2017

Some 15 years ago, the stencilled image of a young girl letting go of a balloon was graffitied on the wall of a printing shop in Shoreditch by an anonymous street artist going by the name of Banksy. Ten years later, a version of this image was painted onto cardboard and sold at an auction house for read more ...

21st July 2017

Due to popularity in its galleries, the British Museum in London is creating technology that is ‘tailor-made’ for each visitor, in order to combat congestion, it has been revealed.  The technology will encourage visitors to see other and less well-known parts of the galleries, other than its famous read more ...

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