When is a clutch bag not a clutch bag?
Two new make-up collections celebrate Andy Warhol and Marilyn Monroe. Get ready for your close-up, says Rebecca Gonsalves
'Friendship schemes' are proving to be an increasingly lucrative source of income for the top arts venues
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
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The week in culture
"You'll notice it gets a little livelier as we pull into Cardiff," a Welsh gentleman said with a chuckle as we hurtled across the River Severn on the train from London Paddington. And so it did, from Cardiff Central station – where the Friday night crowds were gathering – to the bustling bar of Jolyon's at No 10.
Touted as the UK’s Andy Warhol, Dave White plays cowboys and Indians in his latest pop art venture.
An exhibition of works by American pop art icons opens tomorrow in London.
Mpho Skeef was born to a Zulu father and white mother at a time when apartheid forbade such liaisons. She has, therefore, rather more life experience than the average conveyor-belt diva.
Warhol was one. So were Lichtenstein, Blake and even Hockney (for a while). But Emin and Hirst? As a new Tate exhibition claims them for the movement, Kevin Jackson presents his A-Z primer of Pop Art'
He has dressed everyone from Lennon to Madonna to the Catholic clergy. Now, as he opens a flagship London store, a new generation of bright young things are discovering Castelbajac's excessive style
Planned royalty on sales will smother market in 'red tape', says painter