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100 years of the Rite of Spring - in pictures

Since it first shocked audiences in Paris in 1913 with Nijinksy's steps danced by the Ballets Russes, Stravinsky's powerful and revolutionary score for The Rite of Spring has inspired countless different choreographers.

Robert Lepage's Playing Cards 1: Spades - in pictures

Robert Lepage's Playing Cards 1: Spades tells a series of stories set in Las Vegas and Baghdad at the start of the US invasion of Iraq in 2003

Claerwen James's art - in pictures

The Claerwen James exhibition runs from 13 February - 16 March at Flowers Gallery in London

Sleeve notes: Kraftwerk, My Bloody Valentine and Jake Bugg

Catch up with the last seven days in the world of music Must read 1. Five stars for Kraftwerk live at Tate Modern 'Kraftwerk's music remains utterly captivating in itself. With the Autobahn album dispatched, they concentrated on rolling out the classi

Art on the Underground: Mark Wallinger's designs - in pictures

Labyrinth comprises 270 artworks, one for each London Underground station as part of the tube's 150th birthday celebrations. The first 10 have been unveiled - take a look

Kraftwerk: Autobahn - in pictures

Wednesday saw the opening night of Kraftwerk's Catalogue 12345678 retrospective at the Tate Modern Turbine Hall. We were there to capture the most intriguing images from the performance of Autobahn, 3D glasses and all

National Geographic Kids photography 2012: the winners - in pictures

Winning images from the international photography contest, featuring stunning work by children aged six to 14 in the people, humour, scenery and animals categories

Barbara Nessim at the V&A - in pictures

Barbara Nessim is one of America's most famous illustrators. Her work has appeared in adverts, on magazine covers, and in galleries. Now the V&A in London is exhibiting it. Take a look at a small selection here

Making the invisible visible: International Science and Engineering Visualisation Challenge - in pictures

The international challenge recognises people who use visual media to promote the public understanding of scientific research

The Rest Is Noise festival: The Rise of Nationalism - in pictures

The second focus of the Southbank's Rest is Noise festival is on the new interest in national culture and history as composers and artists across Europe sought inspiration from folklore