As the temperatures dip, the birds need our help. We round-up the most innovative (and occasionally bonkers) feeders and houses for our feathered friends
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Friday 17 January 2014
The full inventory of "Entartete Kunst" will be made available to the public
Thursday 16 January 2014
The inventory lists the paintings that were forbidden in Nazi Germany
Saturday 28 December 2013
Sale-room records fell repeatedly and resoundingly. But the underlying picture for investors may be more complicated
Friday 13 December 2013
Michael Sullivan left one of the world’s greatest archives of Oriental art to an Oxford museum
Sunday 24 November 2013
London’s young art enthusiasts were keen to adopt the fashion tips of the Spanish painter
Wednesday 13 November 2013
In this week's Lonely Planet 'Great Escape', Tasmania's capital city reveals a new cultural confidence that sits happily alongside its rugged reputation
'An iconic part of local heritage': Glasgow Council drops £65,000 plans to raise Duke of Wellington statue that reguarly has traffic cones placed on its head
Tuesday 12 November 2013
Council planned refurbishment aimed at ending the practice of placing a cone on the figures head
Worth more than its weight in gold – Alberto Giacometti sculpture could fetch £31m at Sotheby's auction
Wednesday 06 November 2013
The artist conceived the work in 1954 and cast it the following year
Thursday 10 October 2013
An arts specialist warned prices were inflated due to intensive marketing
Friday 20 September 2013
The Turner Prize-winner said he likes 'very little' contemporary work
Monday 02 September 2013
The Tate is to turn the lights back on, and off, on a more regular basis after buying Martin Creed’s controversial Turner Prize winning piece from 2001.
Saturday 24 August 2013
Art and glamour by the sea in Lima
Tuesday 30 July 2013
There can’t be many winners of the Mercury Music Prize who could play London’s Royal Opera House and finish the show with the entire audience on their feet shouting “Bravo!” as if the curtains had just come down on La Bohème. But this was hardly your average gig. Besides, the Opera House’s grandness certainly provides the perfect backdrop for Hegarty’s otherworldly tales of sorrow.
Thursday 25 July 2013
The National Galleries of Scotland is set to stage the country’s first major exhibition of acclaimed American artist Louise Bourgeois, known for her huge bronze sculptures of spiders, later this year.
Friday 12 July 2013
A foundation devoted to perpetuating the memory of General Franco is suing a sculptor for allegedly sullying the former dictator’s reputation by exhibiting a dummy of the man in a Coca-Cola dispenser.
In defence of liberal democracy
The Rothschild Libel: Why has it taken 200 years for an anti-Semitic slur that emerged from the Battle of Waterloo to be dismissed?
General Election 2015: UK will be 'run for the wealthy and powerful' if Tories retain power, Labour warns
General election live: SNP suspends two members for disrupting Labour rally
Schools forced to act as 'miniature welfare states' with teachers buying underwear and even haircuts for poor pupils
Andy McSmith's Sketch: Feisty audience is the real star of an enlightening show
- 1 Morgan Freeman on the riot-focused coverage of the Baltimore protests: 'F**k the media'
- 2 The man who filmed the Freddie Gray video has been arrested at gunpoint
- 4 Frankie Boyle on Scottish independence: 'In the Interests of Unity, F**k Off'
- 5 Length of pregnancy can vary by up to five weeks, scientists discover