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30th May 2012

The Royal Academy of Arts' Summer Exhibition, one of the most enduring shows of its kind, kicks off in spectacular fashion next month. Now in its 244th year, the exhibition is known for showcasing the work of both established and emerging artists across a wide range of art mediums, including read more ...

29th May 2012

There's a great line in William Shakespeare's Henry V that has become popular courtesy of a Steven Spielberg and Tom Hanks TV miniseries: "From this day to the ending of the world, we in it shall be remembered, we band of brothers." It's a powerful passage of writing that goes some way to capturing read more ...

28th May 2012

A painting by the 20th century Cuban artist Wilfredo Lam has sold for $4.56 million (approximately £2.9 million) at Sotheby's' record-breaking Latin American art sale in New York. The sale of Lam's Idolo (Oya/Diviniti de l'Air et de la mort), which was created in 1944, stole the sunshine from the read more ...

25th May 2012

Now that the dust has settled on the latest Hong Kong International Art Fair (Art HK), with cleaners sweeping away the detritus of busy buyers, wandering artists and gregarious media folk, deals signed, paintings sold, and art logistics worked out, the conversation naturally shifts from read more ...

23rd May 2012

The American artist Doug Aitken will be there, making his mark on Liverpool's Albert Dock by installing a work of art at the popular attraction, which was once a busy port for all sorts of cargo. The celebrated Argentinean visionary Jorge Macchi will, to quote, "absurdly wedge an artwork" into the read more ...

22nd May 2012

A couple of words can have quite the impact. When combined and then placed next to a sculpture or installation, "don't touch" can be bitterly frustrating to the heart and soul. Despite our other senses getting their due, so to speak – sight and sound – there is still a very human desire to read more ...

21st May 2012

One of William Shakespeare's most famous soliloquies comes in the second act of the tragedy Macbeth, with the eponymous protagonist, manipulated by his wife's duplicitous words, deliriously preparing himself to murder King Duncan. "Is this a dagger which I see before me," he says feverishly. "The read more ...

17th May 2012

Last spring, Tate Britain announced that it would embark on a groundbreaking 20-year multi-stage makeover of its space in a venture known as the Millbank Project. The scheme is seen as one of the most comprehensive and ambitious of its kind, a demonstration of the gallery's vision and commitment to read more ...

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