This collection of Tony Ray-Jones's early colour work in the United States shows a great photographer in the making As the current retrospective of his work at Media Space in London shows, the late Tony Ray-Jones was a pioneer of black-and-white docu
The first major exhibition on Vikings at the British Museum for over 30 years.
Features many new archaeological discoveries and objects never seen before in the UK alongside important Viking Age artefacts from the British Museum’s own collection and el
Damien Hirst has turned his best-known works - including the dead shark and the diamond skull - into ABC, a picture book for children. He explains more How would you describe the book? It is an alphabet book for kids. Each letter is represented by an a
'The definition of an architect," said an exasperated Lord Blake, provost of Queen's College, Oxford, on the completion of the long-delayed, over-budget, leaky-roofed Florey student accommodation building, "is someone you employ only once."
Her fans consider her a bloody-minded genius, her detractors a 'starchitect' of convoluted fantasies. As the Serpentine Sackler gallery opens in London, she talks about resisting rectangular design – and why she'd be happy to build in Syria.