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A brooding presence in the peripheral vision frequently turns out to be a sculpted figure in Ryan Gander's combination of figurative and abstract elements from the collection, says Mark Sheerin.
The Odyssey: Florence Welch on the film accompanying Florence & the Machine's How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful album
Created with Director Vincent Haycock, Florence and the Machine's film, The Odyssey, is a seven-part accompaniment to the band's third album - and, she says, about a car crash of a relationship.
11,000 pints of beer: Museum launches appeal to save thousands of coins from political upheaval of 4th century
The Yorkshire Museum needs to raise £44,000 in four months to keep the largest hoard of its kind ever found in the north of England.
History & Heritage
The original World Cup trophy was stolen in Brazil in 1983. An equally precious duplicate is going on display for one day only at the V&A this weekend.
Science & Nature
Scientists say skeletons show anatomists preferred using babies' bodies and skulls to teach people in the 19th century
The bodies of stillborn foetuses and babies were valuable for research into human development and preserved as important teaching aids, say scientists looking at skulls at the University of Cambridge.
Painting & Drawing
As the Edward Bawden Scrapbooks are published, we talk to the Fry Art Gallery about the originals held in their collection and the man who created them.
Places to Go
Culture24's pick of the best places in the UK to try out the art of printmaking.