Creativity and the arts are being squeezed out of schools, a major report has said. Cultural experiences and opportunities were being closed off to youngsters, especially those from poor backgrounds, Warwick
Artists in China are openly challenging the Communist Party over the nation’s pollution. Some are even devising solutions, reports Clarissa Sebag-Montefiore. In 2013, Beijing saw a mere 25 days of ‘good’
Grilled grasshoppers anyone? Or stewed porpoise perhaps? These are just some of the extravagant recipes in the great French artist’s cookbook. Alastair Sooke takes a look. No artist captured the bohemian
This enormous, metal tortoise is the work of Indonesian artist Sumarsono, also known as Ono Gaf, who used old and discarded junk like tools, car parts, and scrap metal to produce this amazingly detailed
Drawing has seen something of a renaissance in the last twenty years in the UK. From the Campaign for Drawing to the Drawing Research Network, from the Drawing Room to the Rabley Drawing Centre, we've
The great postwar artist Inoue Yuichi famously destroyed any work he thought “inferior,” As a result, Japanese collectors tend to hold onto their Yuichis. But thanks to a rare sale, visitors to the Erik
With great diligence and an intense eye for details, artist Benjamin Sack creates dense cityscapes using just a black 0.05 Staedtler pigment liner pen. The fictional urban worlds begin as a few buildings
The idea of reviving a city’s fortunes through investment in the arts and culture draws a lot of headlines. But does it actually work? Tiffany Jenkins investigates. Britain’s seaside towns are run down.