Travel Me casa, su casa: the breakfast room

A creative, globe-trotting couple have put their stamp on a pair of 1920s buildings in Barrio Italia. By Sorrel Moseley-Williams

Up in the air: Marc Chagall’s Paris Through the Window (1913) will be at Tate Liverpool for four months

Heads Up: Chagall, Modern Master

Things are looking up – the first Chagall UK show in 15 years

In 2007, 'Back to Black' by Amy Winehouse was top of the charts - the year that Tony Blair departed

Any Winehouse's cultural icon status confirmed by Jewish Museum exhibition and bronze statue

Amy Winehouse's status as a cultural icon looks set to be canonised as plans to install a life-sized statue of the "Back to Black" singer in her native Camden are approved by the local council in the same week the Jewish Museum announces an exhibition dedicated to her.

A Canadian lynx, similar to the Edwardian feral lynx

Lynx is evidence that big cat did roam Britain – but it's the stuff of legend now

Preserved lynx discovered in museum was 'Beast of Bodmin' of its time

An ambulance in France

French cancer patient saves paramedic after heart attack

After his story makes the national news, Christian Nayet insists his actions were 'human, not courageous.'

How We Met: Dora Holzhandler and Nigel Kennedy

'She's been to our rehearsals. It doesn’t flummox her that it can get out of hand'

Towering performance: the London Symphony Orchestra performs to an audience of 10,000 during a free concert in Trafalgar Square

Music lessons

The man who co-created Tate Modern is moving to the Royal Opera House. It's a chance for the classical world to learn a few new tricks, says Jessica Duchen

Rachel Whiteread

Cultural life: Rachel Whiteread, artist

Visual Arts

Gavin Turk is to create a magic carpet which really hovers at a Bristol museum

Gavin Turk to bring hovering magic carpet to Bristol for Museums At Night

Gavin Turk, one of the famous Young British Artists of ‘90s, has won the most votes in a competition to bring ten major contemporary artists to regional museums around the country for a nocturnal festival. He will create a magic carpet at Bristol Museum and Art Gallery in two months’ time.

Postcard from... Tunisia

The Harlem Shake video produced by students at a language school in Tunis looks familiar enough. There is a boy with a cardboard box over his head dancing wildly, a girl in a dressing gown jumping up and down, a mass of hair bouncing with her.

The Old Horn Pub 1968 by David Bailey

Exhibition marks homecoming for East End boy David Bailey

Celebrated British photographer David Bailey is to return to the London borough of his birth for a new exhibition that will reveal unseen pieces from his celebrated 1960s work.

Roy Lichtenstein's painting Whaam! 1963 is exhibited during the press preview for Lichtenstein:A Retrospective at Tate Modern, London.

Whaam! artist Roy Lichtenstein was 'not a fan of comics and cartoons'

The Tate is to show another side of Roy Lichtenstein, one of the central figures in American pop art, whose comic strip paintings are among the most iconic pieces of 20th century art. But his widow also revealed that he was “not a fan of comics and cartoons”.

Ruth Stage's The Isabella Plantation, winner of the Lynn Painter-Stainers prize 2013

Ruth Stage wins Lynn Painter-Stainers prize for figurative art

Artist Ruth Stage has won the £15,000 Lynn Painter-Stainers UK art prize.

Roy Lichtenstein's painting Whaam! 1963 is exhibited during the press preview for Lichtenstein:A Retrospective at Tate Modern, London.

Whaam! artist Roy Lichtenstein was 'not a fan of comics and cartoons'

The Tate is to show another side of Roy Lichtenstein, one of the central figures in American pop art, whose comic strip paintings are among the most iconic pieces of 20th century art. But his widow also revealed that he was “not a fan of comics and cartoons”.

A woman views Roy Lichtenstein's painting Nudes With Beach Ball 1994 as the sculpture Galatea 1990 is seen on the left during the press preview for Lichtenstein: A Retrospective at Tate Modern, London.

Review: Lichtenstein: A Retrospective, Tate Modern, London

With an artist quite so well known as Roy Lichtenstein (can anyone not be aware of his imagery?), it is always tempting for a gallery to try and freshen him up with a novel interpretation. Mercifully Tate Modern, which has been particularly guilty in the past, has decided this time to play it straight.

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Welsh hideaways, Keswick writers, Miami, online holiday shop, animated Exeter, Winter Olympics, Ecuador and Jamaica

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