Diddo's central message is to question everything, and think for yourself
Government are now in discussions over how to remove the rabbit without damaging the statue of the anti-apartheid icon
Sculptures of marble heads, a bronze bust of Alexander the Great and bronze statuettes of the gods form part of the collection
From Catalonia via Paris to the shores of Florida
Lord Kitchener will appear on the new £2 coin to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the outbreak of the First World War
In the 19th Century, art lovers keen to enjoy classical sculptures in the comfort of their own homes would buy a copy in plaster, cast by artisans.
Al Goldstein was the publisher of Screw magazine who smashed down US legal barriers against pornography and raged against politicians, organised religion and good taste.
As one trust boasts of being the biggest art gallery in town, campaigners object to art purchases worth up to £5m
In this week's Lonely Planet 'Great Escape', discover Uruguay's jet-set beach resort, an Atlantic enclave with plenty of art and culture to explore on the side
HQ, London: While female artists a few years ago cynically used feminist imagery but rejected the label, this exhibition is committed
Picasso's grandson has launched an online raffle in association with Sotheby's, giving art lovers a chance to win the 1914 gouache for 100 euros
Bob Dylan's new iron sculpture exhibition is lacking dynamism, but the musician proves himself to be a talented polymath rather than a hobbyist
Estimated 4,000 people were in Trafalgar Square to observe the silence
Various Viennese painters are currently showing themselves off in a brilliant show entitled Facing the Modern at the National Gallery, including this portrait by Moll
The 3D Printshow 2013 showcases technology which can now be used to create everything from robotics and bionic ears to high heels, film costumes - and even the first printed car
The artist conceived the work in 1954 and cast it the following year