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Pallant House is looking at the way artists have captured the nude since Édouard Manet’s ‘Olympia’ challenged viewers with a new kind of nakedness in 1865.
Culture24 hears from the Australian duo Madeleine Flynn and Tim Humphrey about Gauge, an interactive live composition of sound sculptures which all relate to water and the elements.
Carl Champness, of Oxford Archaeology, says the "wild theories" surrounding a woman buried in a garden during the 17th century could have overlooked a plague outbreak.
Ten objects from Forged in Fire: Oxfordshire metals through time, a new exhibition at The Oxfordshire Museum bringing together unique and unusual objects to tell the story of metal working in the......
Vast White Stillness: Artist Claudia Molitor on her "very personal" work at the Brighton Festival 2015
Composer Claudia Molitor on her new installation and performance for the Brighton Festival, set in a maze of tunnels beneath a listed hotel.
The British contemporary artist on the two works he has created in Brighton: Portraits of Dissension at Regency Town House and You Imagine what you Desire at St Nicholas' Church.
Skeleton of high-status girl was one of dozens of burials at Hampshire Saxon cemetery, say archaeologists
An excavation at an industrial estate in Hampshire in 1973 revealed the grave of a girl, aged between 12 and 14 and buried with a necklace, alongside dozens of Saxon skeletons.
The artist who taught Barbara Hepworth and Henry Moore is getting recognition in Chichester with an exhibition showcasing painting, etching and sculpture. Mark Sheerin visits.
As the imminent release of Jurassic Park Four signals a new round of dino-mania, prehistoric creatures are set to invade Hampshire for a monumental year of exhibitions and events in the county's top......
Trained as a horn player but happier admiring from afar these days, one of the key figures behind this year's festival previews works by Marcus Coates, Agnès Varda and more.
As Anzac Day approaches, The National Museum of the Royal Navy's historian and curator Nick Hewitt outlines five myths of the Gallipoli campaign of the First World War.