Radical Geometry: Sensational South American Art at Royal Academy

Radical Geometry: Sensational South American Art at Royal Academy

Victoria Sadler  20.07.2014
Whatever preconceived ideas you have on 20th Century South American art, prepare to have them thrown out the window in this sensational...

Empty Suits - Beth Cullen

Bob Chaundy  17.07.2014
Beth Cullen has lived a double life, at least professionally. She gained a first class honours degree in sculpture at John Moores University...

Egypt Confronts Sexual Harassment

Melody Patry  16.07.2014
Mayam Mahmoud is often found commanding the stage rapping her powerful lyrics promoting women's rights. The 19-year old Egyptian rose to...

Life in the Arts Lane - Week 83 - Masterpiece to Milan

Thomas Woodham Smith  16.07.2014
I say goodbye to as many people as I can, and head off home. Sitting in my kitchen, the whole fleeting experience of Masterpiece passes...
Combining Film and Poetry Is Child's Play

Combining Film and Poetry Is Child's Play

Robert Peake  15.07.2014
As part of this year's Poetry International festival, London's own Southbank Centre teamed up with the bosses of Filmpoem, PoetryFilm,...

Buy An Original Damien Hirst Painting for Just £1

Lorenzo Belenguer  15.07.2014
The 20th anniversary exhibition of A Fete Worse Than Death hosted by Red Gallery, is allowing artists the chance to reclaim the area for...

On the Streets with Pixel Pancho, Seth Globepainter, Faith47 and Borondo

Milena Kotseva  14.07.2014
This week's On the Streets is full of art that carries the summer spirit. Leading off the review is Pixel Pancho with his newest wall,...

Petra Giloy-Hirtz on Dennis Hopper's 'Lost Album'

Amah-Rose McKnight-Abrams  14.07.2014
I spoke to Petra Giloy-Hirtz, the curator of 'The Lost Album' at The Royal Academy about her work on this exhibition and her work.

If We're Talking 'Value', Then Education is Worth More Than Money

Katie Beswick  11.07.2014
We shouldn't fall into the trap of talking numbers when it comes to education - whether in the arts, humanities or STEM subjects... Education...
Going Rustic: A Guide to Painting Old Wooden Furniture

Going Rustic: A Guide to Painting Old Wooden Furniture

Vicky Dean  3.07.2014
Old furniture comes in two categories: a shabby old piece you fell in love with at a second hand store that just needs a little bit of...
What Glastonbury Does So Well That Most Summer Festivals Just Don't Get

What Glastonbury Does So Well That Most Summer Festivals Just Don't Get

Emily Verdouw  3.07.2014
Not much tends to exceed expectations, especially when you're talking about the most well-loved festival on the planet, Glastonbury. But...

The Importance of Place

Rosy Greenlees  2.07.2014
Making and provenance are inexorably linked - it might seem our economy is dominated by housing and banking, but manufacturing still retains...

Prone: New Work by Darryl Lauster

Dr Michael Petry  2.07.2014
Darryl Lauster is the sort of American you wish there were more of, those with a political memory longer than the last election cycle or...
The Guardian's First Self-Published Book Prize Winner - Finally Some Recognition for Self-Published Authors

The Guardian's First Self-Published Book Prize Winner - Finally Some Recognition for Self-Published Authors

Mindy Gibbins-Klein  27.06.2014
Self-publishing is a double-edged sword because, whilst it provides people with a direct route to market, some of the cheaper, automated...