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a black and white photo of a Stanley Spencer pushing an old pram through rainy streets

Object of the Week: Stanley Spencer's painting pram

Acquaint yourself with Stanley Spencer's pram, which the artist used to help him paint 'en plein air' around the village of Cookham.

A photo of landscape artist Charles Jencks standing in front of a mosaic in Scotland

A land artist has created a solstice work in his 55-acre intergalactic artland in rural Scotland

Charles Jencks's new mosaic at the Crawick Multiverse is inspired by earth, the sun, life and death. The landscape artist talks comets, ampitheatres and a desert near Dumfries.

A photo of an abstract colourful painting made for the cover of Jake Bugg's On my One record

"Brave and unpretentious": The Liverpool artist who made the artwork for Jake Bugg's new album On my One

Nathan Pendlebury, the Liverpool abstract painter behind the cover and inlay of singer-songwriter Jake Bugg's new record, says the work has been the most enjoyable commission of his career.

A black and white photo of a girl jumping into the air at Jupiter Artland in Scotland

Mental health, a dog in a gallery and ever-evolving museums: Rankin on the Art Fund Museum of the Year photo finalists

Leading photographer Rankin has picked one image of each finalist museum from hundreds of entries. Who will you choose in the public vote?

A photo of the modern futuristic tate modern building against a dusk sky in london

Cows, sunflowers, toilets and bunnies: As the new Tate Modern opens, here are 19 of its best events and exhibitions

A weekend of celebrations are marking Tate Modern's new £260 million Switch House extension. Here are 19 hits from the first 15 years of the gallery.

A black and white photo of film director stanley kubrick looking sideways

Daydreaming with Kubrick: Big-name Somerset House exhibition to reinterpret Stanley Kubrick's career

Anish Kapoor, Beth Orton, Peter Kennard and Jarvis Cocker will be among the names taking part in a major Stanley Kubrick exhibition curated by James Lavelle this summer.

a cartoon of David Cameron quaking in bed as a ghost hovers at the foot of his bed saying "Daddy, why are you killing my disabled brothers and sisters?"

From David Cameron to the Grim Reaper: Cartoonist Crippen on decades of campaigning

The cartoons of Crippen have been highlighting how disabled people have been an invisible element of society for decades. He speaks to Anne Teahan about a life of campaigning and cartooning.

A photo of artist Mat Collishaw looking at a white sculpture inside the National Trust's Fountains Abbey and Studley Royal

A drunken orgy and Zeus's sons: Mat Collishaw's Folly at a pond and banqueting house in Yorkshire

A strobe-lit chandelier channels an elitist 18th century drinking club in one of two new installations by Mat Collishaw, set between the Banqueting House and Temple of Piety at the National Trust's......

A photo of various artefacts from a Harry Potter exhibition in London's Soho

"JK Rowling was absolutely fantastic": Graphic Art of Harry Potter exhibition opens in London

Thousands of people have visited a new exhibition in a Soho house showing graphic design duo MinaLima's work for the Harry Potter series. One half of the pair, Eduardo Lima, says fans have given the......

A photo of people looking at a sculpture of a binbag on a city street

Homeless art: Sculpture of rough sleeper makes people look twice on streets of London

Made out of a bin liner resembling a homeless person huddling in a bag, Maxwell Rushton's mystery figure has been making people reconsider how they view rough sleepers in London.

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