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Tracey Emin's love, Polly Morgan's birds and Jeremy Deller's yachts: Five artworks for under £1,000 at the Art Car Boot Fair
As the Art Car Boot Fair prepares for its first edition in Margate, we take a look at works by Tracey Emin, Jeremy Deller, Mat Collishaw, Polly Morgan and more.
Ensigns from the First World War Battle of Jutland, some damaged in battle, have been unveiled together at the National Museum of the Royal Navy in Portsmouth for the first time since 1916.
Was the growth of an Iron Age town in Britain down to French immigrants? Archaeologists begin £1 million project at site where Prehistoric poodle was found
An 18-year excavation at one of Britain's most important Roman sites will use a £1 million grant to attempt to detail the rapid expansion of Calleva Atrebatum - now known as Silchester.
Object of the Week: A Japanese potters' kiln inspired by 6th century Koreans and set up in an Oxford wood
This 11-metre-long, roofed-tunnel kiln promises to look like a large fiery dragon as flames and smoke billow from holes running along both sides.
The story of the first day at Arundel Castle's International Joust Week 2015.
An Eastbourne burial site where 200 bodies have been uncovered during the past 150 years will be excavated in late August.
As Jenny KilBride MBE steps down as Trustee of Ditchling Museum of Art and Craft, she talks to Culture24 about her life as a weaver, the transformation of the museum and Eric Gill's Guild in......
Archaeologists say they have recovered the remains of about 50 medieval shoes during the early stages of excavations at a priory and former watercourse site in Oxford.
"Disgraceful" first edition of Alice in Wonderland, rejected by book's illustrator, goes on public display
Curators say they can understand why illustrator John Tenniel complained about the printing of an edition with a print run of 2,000 in June 1865.
The National Museum of the Royal Navy in Portsmouth is re-painting HMS Victory, the most celebrated ship in naval history, to make it historically accurate for the time of the Battle of Trafalgar in......
The career of Victorian artist Richard Dadd was overshadowed by psychotic illness, murder and incarceration. A new exhibition of his works at Watts Gallery in Surrey explores a rare and visionary......