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A Magna Carta for the common(s) people: Cornelia Parker's Wikipedia Embroidery unveiled at British Library
Cornelia Parker’s major embroidery installation of Magna Carta is about to go on display at the British Library - here's a sneak preview.
We select ten makers to watch out for as the Craft Council's International Art Fair, COLLECT 2015, gets ready to open at the Saatchi Gallery
A new group show, including Blair Cahill, Cheryl Papasian, Necole Schmitz and Alex J Wood, explores the role of craft techniques within contemporary art.
Ceramic artist and founder of Ceramic Art London, Jack Doherty, makes the case for ceramics as a fine art ahead of this weekend's fair at the Royal College of Art.
Ahead of this weekend's Ceramic Art London at the Royal College of Art we select ten ceramic artists you should watch out for.
A new show in Manchester showcases Gallery's extensive collection of East Asian craft old and new, with ceramics, textiles and furniture design. Mark Sheerin takes a look.
Five memorable displays by the artist - from tapestries based on his Channel 4 series at the Walker Art Gallery in Liverpool to this summer's Provincial Punk exhibition, at Turner Contemporary.
The Royal Academician says her 13-metre long replication of Magna Carta's Wikipedia page, stitched by hundreds of people the charter has affected, is "a snapshot of the debate right now".
The Wedgwood Collection, a unique record of over 250 years of British ceramic production, will remain in Barlaston, on long-term loan from the V&A to the Wedgwood Museum.
"Risk is in their DNA": Artist recreates V8 engine with Renault Formula 1 team and Pink Floyd drummer
Angela Palmer has worked with Renault's Formula 1 racing team and Pink Floyd's only constant member as part of a new exhibition reimagining the man-made objects of the sport.
See pictures of the enormous disco ball which broke a world record at this year's Bestival - complete with 2,500 mirrored tiles.
Wedgwood Museum Director Gaye Blake-Roberts, Design Critic Alice Rawsthorn, Stoke-on Trent MP Tristram Hunt and the V&A's Tim Reeve on the Wedgwood appeal.
The V&A will take ownership of the UNESCO-classified collection before loaning it to the Wedgwood Museum if a public appeal can raise £2.75 million in under three months.
Who are You?, at the National Portrait Gallery, will portray deaf parents, a Muslim convert, a couple living with Alzheimer's, a young transsexual and Northern Ireland loyalist marchers.
A mammoth version of the bird from John Cleese and Michael Palin's pet shop sketch, made by sculptor Iain Prendergast in a 15-metre reincarnation, has been crane-lifted into London.