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Turner prize-winning artist Anish Kapoor has made a tribute Psy "Gangnam Style" video in support of Chinese dissident artist Ai Weiwei.

Visitors admire 'Marsyas' a gigantic sculpture at The Tate Modern gallery in London October 2002, created by sculptor Anish Kapoor.

Unilever pulls sponsorship of Tate Modern's Turbine Hall

Brand conglomerate Unilever is ending its sponsorship of Tate Modern’s Turbine Hall after 12 years and 13 commissions.

Dock Kitchen, Portobello Dock, 342-344 Ladbroke Grove, London

It's funny how just walking into the Dock Kitchen makes you feel trendy. Perhaps it's the neighbours. Stevie Parle's dockside restaurant is part (easily the largest part) of an industrial complex. Lurking beneath it, like a chic troll, is the designer Tom Dixon's studio, while next door is the HQ of Innocent, the smoothies firm.

Portraits show Olympians' 'spirit of greatness'

The National Portrait Gallery has unveiled its largest commission to date, the culmination of three years’ work, dedicated to the “spirit of greatness” of those involved in the Olympic and Paralympic Games.

Leading article: A puny Olympic legacy

The idea that the Games would help to turn the tide against obesity was always suspect

Pay £25 to climb into Orbit? Even Kapoor thinks it's steep

After three years and £23m, the Olympic tower is finally open. Its creator tells Simon Usborne it's pricey – but beautiful

Anish Kapoor's Olympic Orbit tower unveiled

The UK's tallest sculpture was officially unveiled today at Stratford's Olympic Park.

The Arcelor Mittal Orbit sculpture

Designed by Anish - built by Kirk, Matt, Andy, John and Wayne

Standing nearly twice as tall as the Olympic Stadium, the crazed and twisted steelwork of the ArcelorMittal Orbit tower is an undeniably impressive piece of engineering. Consider that it was bolted together by just three men, and its loops and spirals seem more imponderable than ever.

The Arcelor Mittal Orbit sculpture

Designed by Anish Kapoor – built by Kirk, Matt, Andy, John and Wayne

Rob Hastings meets the men charged with constructing the gravity-defying backdrop to next summer's Olympics

The night I danced for Michael Clark

Tonight ballet's enfant terrible returns to Tate Modern's Turbine Hall with a new work. Laura McLean-Ferris can't wait

Music for Solaris: the mentoring process

The Australian experimental composer Ben Frost is in London to meet his mentor Brian Eno, ahead of their joint project at the Reykjavik Festival in Iceland this weekend.

How Anish Kapoor's Venice installation went up in smoke

Visitors left confused after artist's critique of the 'immaterial' simply fails to function

The 'Leviathon' in Paris

Indian-born London-based artist Anish Kapoor has unveiled a sculpture of epic proportions in Paris.

Grayson Perry joins the Royal Academy

Grayson Perry received a Royal Academician's medal in the category of Printmaking at the Royal Academy of Arts in London yesterday. Perry, 50, who often appears as "Claire", his female alter-ego, is known for his urns decorated with images of sex and child abuse. The potter joins Tracey Emin and Anish Kapoor at the institution which is regarded by many as "the artists' union".

Howard Jacobson: Zion is all around if you look hard enough

What we are seeing now proves how opportunistic Arab anti-Zionism has been, a crowd-pleasing loathing
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