St Ives is frankly unsympathetic to the little colony of disillusionment in its midst. When several prime members, bearded and be-jeaned, broke down and asked for jobs at the local Employment Exchange,
The Yorkshire Sculpture Park has gained a new addition deemed “too popular” to stay on the North York Moors because of the erosion caused by the artwork’s many fans. Sean Henry’s Seated Figure is a three-metre-tall
We asked the model, 91, what her younger self would make of her today... At 14 I wasn’t conscious of anything except horses. All I wanted to do was ride, and go to local horse shows in Reading with my
Ivon Hitchens: Space Through Colour at the Pallant House Gallery, review - An expedition for the eyes
A 1931 holiday snap depicts the emerging giants of British modernism – Barbara Hepworth, Ben Nicholson and Henry Moore – poised for a brisk dip off the Norfolk coast. To one side, looking on, Ivon Hitchens
This is the coming together of the two titans of 90s British cinema: director Danny Boyle, who supercharged Trainspotting into a zeitgeist moment, and Richard Curtis, who turned romcoms into a cash machine.
Cindy Sherman Masks, disguises and film fantasy abound in Sherman’s hugely influential art of self-invention. • National Portrait Gallery, London, 27 June – 15 September. Wild and Majestic The “discovery”
Love them or hate them, celebrity artists such as Damien Hirst have brought contemporary sculpture to the masses, pushing open doors that, until only a few years ago, would have been closed to all but