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Sporting a digital ribbon which displays stock market prices, the tenth sculpture in Trafalgar Square seems an appropriately political one ahead of this year's General Election.
Armoured rhinos, kangaroos, fake dragons and knitted taxidermy in Grant Museum's Art of Unknown Animals
A 16th century copy of Albrecht Dürer's rhinoceros and George Stubbs' view of a Captain Cook kangaroo are among the highlights in a show of animal depictions made by artists who had never seen their sitters.
Abstract painter Sam Peacock, from the at-risk fracking destination of Rugby, says his earth-based works awaken a "devil spirit" through destructive methods.
The artist's first feature-length film, at The Queen's House, focuses on the lives of an eye surgeon, a human rights lawyer and a planetary explorer.
Marking the conclusion of the Wellcome's multi-million pound transformation, Forensics makes the stories of victims, the accused and professionals central, says Rachel Teskey.
Artist Alex Chinneck says he aimed for illusory fluidity with a four-and-a-half-metre high, 15-foot long "curled-up" parking spot in a car park overlooked by Big Ben and the London Eye.
Sculpture Victorious: From a marble Queen Elizabeth to a glazed tin elephant, Tate Britain exhibition remembers golden age
The first major exhibition devoted to the golden age of sculpture produced during Queen Victoria's reign opens at Tate Britain this week. See a few of the exhibits here.
The artist says he wants visitors to think more deeply about the purpose of the museum ship through an installation which "fits naturally" with the monument.
Notorious criminal Charles Bronson's Salvador Dali-inspired prison artworks to go on sale after discovery in gallery drawer
A London art gallery owner says she will auction a set of paintings by Charles Bronson, who has changed his name to Charles Salvador and creates art from his cell, to raise funds for his victim's......
New research into England’s oldest medieval altarpiece, the Westminster Retable at Westminster Abbey, reveals it cost no more than the equivalent of a few cows to make.
The National Portrait Gallery shows another side of portrait painter John Singer Sargent with a dazzling display of informal studies of friends, acquaintances and landscapes.
Jay Carver, the Lead Archaeologist on the Crossrail project which is one of the largest ever carried out in Europe, on investigating 10,000 burials at the ancient Bedlam burial ground.
A set of four one-metre bronzes, made by Henry VIII's chief advisor but found at a golf club in Northamptonshire centuries later, have gone on show at the V&A after a tenacious fundraising campaign.
A huge excavation as part of the new east-west railway line running through London's Liverpool Street Station has seen volunteers reveal some of the people buried during the 16th and 17th centuries.
The singer, songwriter and guitarist who formed Sonic Youth performed a free gig at the gallery as part of its current exhibition by artist Christian Marclay.