The King of the King’s Road reigns again this spring as a collection of photographs celebrating Ossie Clark goes on display in London.
Ever since the Brontë Parsonage Museum was founded in 1928 the Yorkshire tourism mecca of Haworth has been a the undisputed capital of "Bronte Country".
It’s possible to lose yourself for hours - in some cases, weeks - to these beautifully shot non-fiction films...
An exhibition of still-life photography in Bath reveals how a new artform successfully challenged the supremacy of painting, says Adrian Hamilton
The Ashmolean's new exhibition of Indian art from Howard Hodgkin's private collection is inspired by his love of the country. By Adrian Hamilton
The Ashmolean's new exhibition of Indian art from the private collection of Howard Hodgkin is inspired by his love of the country
Bidders scramble for a piece of Britain's 'greatest living artist'
Arifa Akbar looks forward to Tate Modern's retrospective of Italian artist Alighiero Boetti
The week in culture
As Damien Hirst's Spot Paintings go on display at 11 Gagosian galleries worldwide, Adrian Hamilton visits the two London shows and finds real pleasure in their playfulness
How the master of Modernism taught the Brits a lesson
A raft of famous faces from the Queen’s to Boris Johnson and Michael Sheen’s feature in this year's Royal Society of Portrait Painters annual exhibition.
Etchings by Canaletto, engravings by Hogarth and prints by David Hockney can all be procured at the London Original Print Fair 2011 which opens its doors today.
The difference between designing for the home and for fashion is enormous,’ Celia Birtwell told me in an exclusive interview. ‘Fashion moves so fast and is so demanding that there is little time to rest and take stock. 'Home' has longevity.’ Five decades on, textile designer Birtwell is back at the forefront of both the fashion and the interior industries. This autumn, she launches an online shop, and a home collection including readymade curtains, bed linen and a retro oilcloth for John Lewis.
In everything that could be described as art, from sculpture to fashion and vehicle design, the Royal College of Art has someone to teach it and something to say about it.