Nelson Mandela statue: Sculptors told to remove bronze rabbit hidden in the ear

Government are now in discussions over how to remove the rabbit without damaging the statue of the anti-apartheid icon

Postcard from... Rome

the Detroit Institute of Arts in Detroit, Michigan

Detroit art safe after all... Judge rules that selling city's collection as part of its bankruptcy proceedings is not within his purview

The scores of old masters held by the Detroit Institute of Arts might have fetched hundreds of millions of dollars at auction

Charles Saatchi challenges Spectator journalist Taki to a cage fight after Nigella column

Charles Saatchi challenges Spectator journalist Taki to a cage fight after column about Nigella

It appears the writer has taken up Saatchi’s ludicrous call to battle

10 things you really should do before you leave university for good

There's more to these three years than drinking and sleeping, and you owe it to yourself to find it

Postcard from... Berlin

Dressed up in jackboots and the grey uniform of former Communist East Germany’s hated border police, the man-sized bear goose-steps across the cobblestones in front of the Brandenburg Gate. He sidles up to giggling tourists who willingly part with their euros to have pictures taken of themselves being bear-hugged for a souvenir.

The disputed objects were largely ancient Etruscan treasures, similar to this one - an Etruscan black-figured amphora depicting the death of Medusa - on display in Rome's Qurinale Presidential Palace

Italy threatens legal action after British Government refuses to return artefacts seized from disgraced London art dealer

Sculptures of marble heads, a bronze bust of Alexander the Great and bronze statuettes of the gods form part of the collection

Dominique Gonzalez-Foester's installation 'TH.2058' which opened in October 2008 at the Tate modern

Another decade of grand Turbine Hall installations secured as Tate Modern signs a sponsorship deal with Hyundai

Tate Modern has ensured another decade of popular large-scale installations in its Turbine Hall – which has hosted work from Ai Weiwei’s porcelain sunflower seeds to Olafur Eliasson’s giant sun – after signing its “largest and longest” sponsorship deal.

Simon Cowell is bored of sob stories. Are you?

Perhaps we are entering a new cold front in our emotional weather

Katherine Jenkins has warned up-and-coming female artists to know their boundaries and think hard about raunchy videos and images which they might live to regret

Katherine Jenkins vows never to make sexually provocative videos like Miley Cyrus

The mezzo-soprano warned younger female artists to think about making raunchy music videos that they might later regret

Fiona Mountford: Executive directors are the unsung heroes of British theatre

The top 20 of The Stage newspaper’s recently published “power list” of the 100 most influential people in British theatre made for fascinating reading. Most of the usual suspects were there, but many of them found themselves paired with another name for their entry. For it’s not only the artistic directors, the Nick Hytners and Gregory Dorans, who are celebrated but their all-important executive directors, the men and women who oversee every aspect of an organisation except what goes on its stages. Without executive directors, no contracts would be written, no money raised and no ambitious building projects undertaken.

An Edouard Vuillard painting bought for £3,000 on Ebay is thought to be worth £250,000

Search for art lover who paid £3,000 on eBay for Edouard Vuillard painting worth £250,000

Fiona Bruce said the owner has 'bagged themselves the bargain of the century'

London: JW Anderson, Milan: Bottega Veneta, Paris: Raf Simons/Sterling Ruby

Brave new visions for menswear: Blood, sweat, and suits

The autumn/winter 2014 shows took in three cities across two weeks. For next season, designers’ labours yielded a brave new vision  for the modern male, argues Alexander Fury

Girls, Lena Dunham's show

Lena Dunham photoshopped: Does feminism preclude women from wanting to look good?

Jezebel £10,000 offer for untouched photos of the New York comic is unsettling

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