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Give us some Moore: artists respond to the great sculptor in pictures

Henry Moore's organic, timeless sculptures have had such an impact on the contemporary art world. From Simon Starling's makeshift Moore mask to Richard Deacon's Kiss and Tell, plus works by Anish Kapoor and Antony Gormley, here's how deep his legacy runs

TateShots: Carl Andre

Carl Andre is interviewed in his New York apartment for this 2014 TateShots interview.

Bionic hands and Betty Boo: Glasgow international festival 2014 in pictures

A forest full of monstrous bouncers, a giant bionic hand and a blow-up Betty Boo ... with venues from a drained swimming pool to a trashed toilet, this year's Glasgow international festival feels distinctly dystopian. Here is a taste of the best on show

In at the deep end at Glasgow international festival

From bouncers fighting in a dark forest to Betty Boo pouting in a disused swimming pool, Adrian Searle dives into dystopia at this year's Glasgow international festival Bionic hands and Betty Boo: Glasgow international festival in pictures " Now sing

Battersea Power Station: third phase of designs unveiled

The architects and developers behind the transformation of Battersea Power Station unveil plans for phase three of the ten year project

Architect Frank Gehry unveils plans for Battersea apartment complex - video

Renowned architect Frank Gehry unveils the 700-unit apartment complex he has designed as part of a development next to Battersea power station in London. Gehry's first buildings in England will not include any housing classed as "affordable" and are due t

Alan Davie obituary

Scottish-born painter who borrowed freely from ancient civilisations and believed that the ego was the enemy of true art It sometimes seemed that Alan Davie was known everywhere western art is seen, from Stromness, in his native Scotland, to Sydney and S&

The boozer who bottled bohemia: John Deakin's Soho photography

His circle of friends featured Francis Bacon and Lucian Freud, and he took photos of Soho's artists, writers, drifters and newsagents as we wandered from one pub to the next in the 50s and 60s. Here's a selection of his best portraits Under the Influe

The Georgians: How they made Britain great

The magnificence - and mischief - of the Georgians

Hans Holbein - His twisted legacy

A mysterious set of copies of his famous Tudor portraits sheds light on Hans Holbein's twisted legacy, says Alastair Smart