You can start with the train, hurtling beneath a Manhattan street, full of people – arms bent toward the ceiling handle, necks bent to phones. Or you could start on the street level, on the group of people
Composed of a historic patchwork of colleges, Oxford is a unique urban ecosystem. Its basic building block is the quad, a hangover from the medieval era when learning was conducted in monasteries. College
Many of these photographers didn’t wait for the old-guard titles to bestow approval, forging partnerships with brands Growing up, you’re taught you’re gonna have to work three times as hard. I love creating
The Art of Innovation Science has been inspiring art ever since Leonardo da Vinci tried to fly, and this exhibition surveys their interconnection from the Enlightenment to the age of the Hubble Telescope.
Countless butterfly wings spin around Damien Hirst’s new paintings, in expanding circles of iridescence. These wheels of brightness seem to have a light inside them, a neon heart, but it’s just how the
Frozen in mid-air and silhouetted against the distant floodlighting at White Hart Lane, this image captures Tottenham goalkeeper John Hollowbread jumping to keep warm during a third round FA Cup match
In a baseball cap and jeans, Brian Donnelly has the chilled-out vibe of a seasoned skater as he leans forward, elbows on knees, and shrugs. “Honestly, I wish the headlines were about the work,” says the
A new study has found that despite perceived signs of progress, the art world remains overwhelmingly male-dominated. According to a report assembled by In Other Words & artnet News, the last 10 years found
Italy and France are set to sign an agreement to exchange works by Leonardo da Vinci and Raphael, burying a spat triggered by Italy’s former populist government. The deal is expected to be signed in Paris
In the spring of 1939, St Martins School of Art moved into new premises at 107-109 Charing Cross Road. “Now the school is properly housed,” London county council leader Herbert Morrison declared, “we the
Like a stately modernist weathervane, Fairfield Halls has always been an indicator of Croydon’s ambitions. When the concert hall and theatre complex opened in 1962, it was a beacon of the London suburb’s
First there was Pokémon Go. Now lovers of contemporary art can join the fun by tracking down shimmering, thought-provoking sculptures in a London park. Frieze London art fair has installed its first augmented
In 1937, Margaret Bourke-White photographed an advertisement that read: “World’s highest standard of living: There’s no way like the American way.” It was seen in Louisville, shortly after a flooding Ohio
Japanese arrowroot blankets the Alabama countryside, strangling the trees and fields. An endless tyre dump stretches to the horizon. Plastic waste accumulates in the oceans, forming a seventh continent.
Realising he couldn’t directly bid for Picasso’s crown unless he painted the female body, Bacon got in training Last Tango in Paris, Bernardo Bertolucci’s controversial piece of 70s art cinema, begins
Almost an hour long, Tacita Dean’s film is a summation of her work to date. Poet Anne Carson and actor Stephen Dillane move through the world on an imaginary day, as the sun is eclipsed. Set in multiple