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These hand-crafted gluttonous goodies are not for human consumption

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

Stolen Henry Moore sculpture fuels concerns over public art

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.

Douglas Coupland: The novelist on being morally reprehensible, dying for Lucy Liu and hating an ocean view

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.

Fulham v Stoke City: Mark Hughes on familiar ground as he returns to Craven Cottage

The Welshman admits he made a mistake leaving the Cottagers in 2011

The Louvre has 460,000 works of art

Risk of flooding forces the Louvre to move World’s biggest 'hidden' art collection

200,000 paintings, sculptures and other artefacts from museum’s cellars will now be stored in Pas de Calais

Chanel’s Spring/Summer 2014 show took place in front of an art gallery style backdrop

It’s not art, it’s shrewd Chanel, and it looks like a billion dollars

The sales figures (a billion by recent estimates) have become an art form in themselves

Artwork 'Au Naturel' by British artist Sarah Lucas

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Zoe Pilger reviews feminist artist Sarah Lucas's first major solo exhibition

Broken art: curator Susan Harrison with smashed sculptures from Rievaulx Abbey in North Yorkshire

A history of violence that's set to make a smash hit

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

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Liliane Lijn with her proposed design for the Fourth Plinth

Battle of Trafalgar: Contemporary artists submit proposals for Fourth Plinth

Gyrating cones and horse skeleton among shortlisted works

The Princess of Wales: The failure to do justice to Diana and why she is no queen of arts

Her tragedy should have inspired great works, says Yasmin Alibhai-Brown

Miley Cyrus in the video for her new single 'Wrecking Ball'

Swing and a miss: US college removes pendulum sculpture after too many students try to recreate Miley Cyrus 'Wrecking Ball' video

A university in the US has been forced to remove an artistic sculpture of a pendulum because too many of its students were using it to recreate Miley Cyrus' new "Wrecking Ball" video.

Britons Antony Gormley and David Chipperfield win 'Japanese Nobel' prize

A renowned sculptor and architect, both from Britain, were among the five artists to receive the prestigious Praemium Imperiale award, dubbed the “Japanese Nobel,” which comes with a cheque for £100,000.

Art comment: For an eyeful of remarkable art, stick a pin in a map of Britain

Be sure to explore outside the capital too

Morley with the image of Christine Keeler he came to resent, so famous did it become; he later photographed himself in the same pose but with a millstone round his neck

Lewis Morley: Photographer whose work captured the essence of the Swinging Sixties

Lewis Morley was a photographer closer than most to London's swinging Sixties, capturing the flamboyant spirit of the times as he chronicled the new idols of British society, and he will always be internationally remembered for his defining image of Christine Keeler sitting naked astride a copy of an Arne Jacobsen chair. It became one of the most recognised and emulated images in photographic history.

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