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Rwanda in Photographs: Death Then, Life Now

The exhibition starts with a question, and a telling one: ‘When you imagine Rwanda, what do you see?’

Midnight Sampra - Subway Gallery

Midnight Samra is a project aimed at inspiring a more inclusive space on Edgware Road while celebrating its unique identity and underlying potential. The hopes and concerns of women from the Church Street community for the future of the area are expresse

Anne Hathaway, David Threlfall, Believe, Lorna Simpson

Anne Hathaway is back in cinemas this week in Rio 2, an animated film about a rare blue macaw, set in Brazil.

In pictures: National Portrait Gallery exhibition of the coolest Americans

Actors, jazz musicians and pop stars on the list of coolest Americans

Paul Reas: "Day Dreaming About The Good Times" - Ffotogallery

Paul Reas is one of the most significant photographers to emerge from the new wave of British colour documentary of the mid-1980s. Spanning thirty years from Thatcherite Britain to today’s recession, and encompassing themes of class, consumption, work a

Ruin Lust, Tate Britain

The first room of Ruin Lust is a knockout. Three large-scale pictures indicate the enduring fascination that ruins have held for artists over the...

Ruin Lust at Tate Britain gathers 100 scenes of dereliction

Tate Britain has gathered together 100 works of buildings in varying states of dereliction for its latest exhibition.

Ruin Lust at Tate Britain, art review

The eerie beauty of ruins has seduced artists from Turner to the YBAs, as Zoe Pilger discovers at Tate Britain.

Ruin Lust review - transience, doom and lyrical melancholy

About ruins, and their appeal, the Germans coined the right word: Ruinenlust, an insatiable desire for the relics of devastation and decay.