Should Children be Banned From Museums?

Should Children be Banned From Museums?

28.02.2014
Whatever the reasons, it can only be a good thing that museums have become more accessible to children, families and other diverse audiences,...
A Classroom Culture Clash

A Classroom Culture Clash

28.02.2014
If Britain is to protect its international reputation in the arts and creative industries and the sector is to flourish in the future then...
Edmund Fraser: Capturing Life

Edmund Fraser: Capturing Life

26.02.2014
Like any photographer of merit, Edmund sticks to his principles, conjuring up unique narratives for each shot and never kowtowing to expectations....

The Arts Landscape- From Nottingham to Tokyo

26.02.2014
The subsidised arts are the entry point for many of our leading lights in the creative industries, and of course the creative industries...

BASALT - Jill McManners

26.02.2014
Lancashire-born artist and sculptor, Jill McManner's obsession with this terrible beauty has manifested itself in her first solo exhibition,...

Life in the Arts Lane - Week 64 - Change or No Change

26.02.2014
The week ended in the King's Road with James Harvey, who has been a great source of creative ideas over the last few years. He is constantly...

On The Streets - The Freshest Global Street Art 21 February 2014

25.02.2014
This week's 'On the Street' is as diverse and colourful as the English weather. It has it all- large scale murals, stunning visual realism,...

East Versus West in the London Arts Scene

25.02.2014
There was a moment in the 90s that Cork Street was dead, Jay Jopling opened a gallery in Hoxton Square and many of the best galleries were...
Derek Jarman 20 Years On: Artist and Activist, Pioneer and Rebel

Derek Jarman 20 Years On: Artist and Activist, Pioneer and Rebel

19.02.2014
On this day, 20 years ago, the film-maker, painter, sculptor, gardener, author and queer rights activist Derek Jarman died of HIV. One...

George Condo On His New London Exhibitions

18.02.2014
George Condo's work is instantly recognisable, his subjects, manically grinning, bug eyed and brimming with insanity.
Life in the Arts Lane - Week 63 - A Martini and Masterpiece

Life in the Arts Lane - Week 63 - A Martini and Masterpiece

17.02.2014
Allegedly the original Martini was made from Plymouth gin, and the cocktail is basically a way of drinking ice cold neat gin with a dash...

Manuel Espinosa: The Future Was Painted in 1968

16.02.2014
Just recovering from painful times, uncertain about the future and with a clear understanding that a new Socio-economical system need to...
Everyone's a Winner

Everyone's a Winner

14.02.2014
Our growing insistence on giving each other prizes is creating a culture that's beginning to seem like Sports Day at a progressive kindergarten,...

A Monumental Valentine

14.02.2014
Art theft and forgery have long had sexy celluloid reputations: from Peter O'Toole and Audrey Hepburn frolicking in How to Steal a Million...