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Radical Geometry Modern Art of South America at the Royal Academy of Arts

FROM universal constructivists, concretists, neo-concretists to op art and kineticists and more, South American art has been a heady utopian mix against the backdrop of political and military turbulence.

Johnny Marr; Frank Auerbach at Tate; Alex Gibney on Fela Kuti

Johnny Marr discusses his new album Playland and reflects on his relationship with the guitar from The Smiths to his solo work.

Johnny Marr; Frank Auerbach at Tate; Alex Gibney on Fela Kuti

Johnny Marr discusses his new album Playland and reflects on his relationship with the guitar from The Smiths to his solo work.

BP Spotlight: Frank Auerbach: Paintings and Drawings from the Lucian Freud Estate - Tate Britain

This display brings together drawings and paintings by Frank Auerbach, one of Britain’s most celebrated living painters, spanning the period from his student days to 2007. These works encompass two of the subjects the artist has constantly returned to:

Youth club owner received death threats for selling Banksy mural

The mural, Mobile Lovers, which sold for £403,000, was gifted to the Bristol club in a letter from the elusive artist.

Marlow Moss: forgotten art maverick

A radical lesbian who apprenticed herself to Léger and became a modernist to rival Mondrian - Marlow Moss is one of the great figures of English art. So why has no one heard of her?

John Ruskin: Artist and Observer, Scottish National Portrait Gallery, Edinburgh

‘Rejecting nothing, selecting nothing, scorning nothing’: Ruskin’s insistence on fidelity to nature was a strength, yet it limited him as an artist.

Turner and Constable exhibitions revive Britain's greatest art rivalry

Tate Britain and V&A to host simultaneous shows by landscape masters and contemporaries who helped inspire impressionism.

Turner and Constable exhibitions revive Britain's greatest art rivalry

Tate Britain and V&A to host simultaneous shows by landscape masters and contemporaries who helped inspire impressionism.

The Ming empire strikes back

Once deemed 'decadent' evidence of its imperial past, China's cultural riches are now a national priority. Our critic previews a historic exhibition at the British Museum next month.