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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
The continuous ridge of russet, stone-strewn lakeland mountain encircles a valley floor as flat as a paddy field. Lights of farms are beginning to spark and the cries of tawny owls reverberate around the bowl of darkening fells. In the distance, sunset pinks the snow-dusted peak of Glaramara. It is a suitable stage to approach the most notable trees of northern England.
A Youtube video showing how the work is made has now received over 7 million views, with the artists admitting that many commentators have asked 'what if I poured aluminum in your house'
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
The spectacular show promises visitors "pure joyous fun"
Despite their bitter feuds, Freud maintained his admiration for Bacon's work
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
Leading arts figures have questioned whether valuable sculptures should be displayed in open locations after a “high value” Henry Moore bronze was stolen from a site overlooking a reservoir.
My home life is completely unrestricted I don't wear a watch, I have no schedule, and I make it my policy not to wake up for anyone. It's great to be able to do that – if you can get away with it.
Zoe Pilger reviews feminist artist Sarah Lucas's first major solo exhibition
As the Tate opens a show of vandalised art, Arifa Akbar visits the secret lock-up that is home to the nation's damaged masterpieces
Gyrating cones and horse skeleton among shortlisted works
Her tragedy should have inspired great works, says Yasmin Alibhai-Brown