Email Artswrap on Twitter Artswrap on Facebook

Architecture & Design

The Riot Club; Ming at the British Museum; percussionist Colin Currie

The Riot Club, whose cast includes Max Irons and Jessica Brown Findlay, is a film based on Laura Wade's play Posh, about a fictional elite Oxford University male members club. Rachel Cooke reviews.

The Riot Club; Ming at the British Museum; percussionist Colin Currie

The Riot Club, whose cast includes Max Irons and Jessica Brown Findlay, is a film based on Laura Wade's play Posh, about a fictional elite Oxford University male members club. Rachel Cooke reviews.

Richard Tuttle: I Don't Know. The Weave of Textile Language - Whitechapel Gallery

Renowned North American master Richard Tuttle (b. 1941) fuses sculpture, painting and poetry. This five decade survey focuses on his use of textiles as test site. Colours mutate as they seep through cloth; canvas becomes geometric abstraction. Even sprock

Ming, review: 'the Ming bling dazzles'

Ming: 50 Years that Changed China at the British Museum is a magnificent exhibition, says Alastair Sooke.

There's more to Ming than a vase

Martin Gayford reports from China on the history behind an amazing new exhibition.

Controversial firm BAM chosen to build Dundee V&A

DUNDEE’S controversial V&A museum has taken a major step forward – despite furious protests over the firm chosen to build the attraction.

Africa Utopia - Southbank Centre

Following 2012's sensational first edition, Africa Utopia is back for 2014 to once again look at what can be learnt and celebrated from Africa and the African diaspora. We look at how African art and ideas can change the world for the better: how Afric

Folkestone Triennial 2014: Lookout - exhibition review

From a baroque beach hut to a bamboo scaffold, a clutch of curiosities makes Folkestone a giant outdoor gallery — and all only a mind-bending day trip away

Folkestone Triennial

The Folkestone Triennial is one of the most ambitious public art projects presented in the UK. Located in the seaside town of Folkestone on the south-east coast of England, artists are invited to use the town as their ‘canvas’, utilising public spa