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A vanishing world, according to Andy Warhol: How the artist highlighted the plight of endangered animals

His vibrant screenprints are more commonly associated with Hollywood glamour queens Marilyn Monroe and Liz Taylor.

Yinka Shonibare: The Banksy of sculpture on his split personality

African or English? Establishment or rebel? Just who is Yinka Shonibare? We meet the man who put Nelson’s Ship In A Bottle in Trafalgar Square.

William Turnbull at Chatsworth - North Sketch Gallery (Chatsworth)

An exhibition of Scottish artist William Turnbull's work, sculpture, paintings and drawings in the North Sketch Gallery and in the garden, curated by Clare Lilley, from the Yorkshire Sculpture Park.

Yinka Shonibare: FABRIC-ATION - Yorkshire Sculpture Park

Featuring over 30 works by the artist, this exhibition examines Yinka Shonibare's work from 2002-2013. Working with a wide range of techniques, this display reveals many works that have never been seen in the UK before.

Yinka Shonibare: class act with a dash of gallows humour

There's mischief in Yinka Shonibare's eyes when he says that he wants money and power. "Don't you? Isn't that what everyone wants," he chuckles. It's difficult to know if he's joking or not, and this interplay between seriousness and humour extends to his

Mariko Mori and Professor Brian Cox: Art meets Science

Contemporary Japanese artist Mariko Mori and Professor Brian Cox (University of Manchester) consider how Mori's artistic practice progresses the tradition of imaginative engagement with science. This event is moderated by Heather Mayfield (NMSI).

Xu Bing: Landscape Transcript - The Ashmolean Museum

When the Landscape Landscript exhibition opens on 28 February, multimedia content from this site can be accessed on your smartphone or tablet as you tour the galleries. QR codes by the pictures will take you to interviews with Xu Bing, images and infor

Landscapes full of character

The Ashmolean Museum is holding a major exhibition by a modern artist, Xu Bing, for the first time, says Janes Shilling.

Whaam! Roy Lichtenstein flies into Tate Modern - in pictures

An explosive retrospective of American pop artist Roy Lichtenstein opens at Tate Modern in London this week, with famous works such as Whaam! and Oh, Jeff...I Love You, Too...But... - plus his lesser known sculptures

The ice-age flute that can play The Star-Spangled Banner

The vulture-bone flute in the British Museum's Ice Age Art show proves that - even 40,000 years ago - music got the party started Reading this on mobile? Click here to watch Wulf Hein play the ice age flute With its jaw-dropping sculptures and carving