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Early sketch by Andy Warhol goes on display

A recently-discovered sketch by Andy Warhol is to go on public display for the first time.

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Official cosmetics add to fragrance and clothing lines in Pop Art's fashion moment

Friends in high places: Lacroze de Fortabat with Henry Kissinger

Amalia Lacroze de Fortabat: Philanthropist and modern art collector

Amalia Lacroze de Fortabat, who died on 18 February at the age of 90, built a billion-dollar fortune with her late husband's Argentine cement companies and became a leading art collector.

S.C.U.M., Bush Hall, London

Bob Geldof leans, stony-faced, against a wall as his daughter Peaches’ fiancé Thomas Cohen performs.

King of the castle: Will Gompertz presented The Art of Monarchy

The Week In Radio: Put in the picture by a revealing royal appointment

The Art of Monarchy on Radio 4 began with a small black-and-white photograph. In it was a two-year-old girl standing in front of a large ivy-smothered house and staring daggers at the camera. In the background an elderly lady, whom you presumed to be her grandmother, looked benignly on. The date was 1927, the girl was Princess Elizabeth, and the photographer was her father Bertie, the future King George VI.

Japanese artist, Yayoi Kusama with her work 'Dots Obsession' at the Serpentine gallery in 2000

Album: 1982 (Nils Okland, Sigborn Apeland, Oyvind Skarbo) Pintura, (Hubro)

This extraordinary album of chamber-style improvisations by the Norwegian trio of Okland (violin/Hardanger fiddle), Apeland (harmonium/Wurlitzer) and Skarbo (drums) lasts a little over half an hour and casts a very powerful spell.

Leopold Hawelka: Proprietor whose café played its part in the Cold War

Leopold Hawelka, owner of the legendary Viennese café that bore his name, was born the son of a Bohemian shoemaker in the village of Kautendorf in Austria's wine region. Moving with his family to Vienna in 1925, he was lucky to get an apprenticeship as a waiter, a respected profession, at one of the capital's best restaurants. In 1936 he married Josefine Danzberger, a butcher's daughter, who was also employed in the catering trade. Determined to succeed in business, they leased the modest Café Alt Wien.

Andy Warhol's 'Jewish geniuses' still fuelling debate

Three decades after his series Ten Portraits of Jews of the 20th Century caused a critical backlash, the work is exhibited in the UK

Dave White 'Americana' - picture preview

Touted as the UK’s Andy Warhol, Dave White plays cowboys and Indians in his latest pop art venture.

Ready To Wear: From beef to bananas, why foodie fashion is having a moment

If food and fashion appear to be – for myriad and obvious reasons – unlikely bedfellows, their relationship is currently enjoying what might not unreasonably be described as a moment.

Sold Out: American Pop Art from the 1970s and 1980s

An exhibition of works by American pop art icons opens tomorrow in London.

13 Most Beautiful...Songs for Andy Warhol’s Screen Tests, The Barbican, London

From 1964 to 1966, Warhol made short films of the young creative – or simply beautiful – types who crossed his path during that time, including his most famous superstar, model Edie Sedgwick.

Warhol Wars: Legal battle over authenticity

A London-based film-maker is suing the Andy Warhol Foundation for failing to authenticate an alleged self-portrait
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