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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 ...

15th September 2016

Next month, Melbourne will play host to Australia's largest ever exhibition of works by the elusive British street artist Banksy, it has been revealed.   Mayor of the city Robert Doyle has welcomed the exciting display that will open at The Paddock in Melbourne’s Federation Square on October 7th, read more ...

13th September 2016

Last week, the design for the new arts venue at the World Trade Center was revealed. The building design, which is to be made up of translucent marble and glass, has been long awaited and will provide performing arts for the tourists and residents of New York who flock to the 9/11 memorial site. read more ...

07th September 2016

This September, the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture will open, exploring 400 years of US society. Located in Washington, the museum will take visitors back in time on a journey through the long and complex history of black people in the United States, in the form read more ...

05th September 2016

To mark the 350th anniversary of the Great Fire of London, a 120-metre long replica of 17th-century London was set alight on the River Thames on Sunday (Sept 4th). The wooden work of art was created and torched by American “burn artist” David Best and attracted the attention of many spectators who read more ...

26th August 2016

Ahmad al-Mahdi is the first defendant to plead guilty to coordinating the destruction of nine religious monuments and a mosque door in the ancient city of Timbuktu. At the opening of his trial for war crimes in The Hague, Mr al-Mahdi was the first defendant to plead guilty at the international read more ...

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