Tracey Emin’s four-poster bed, Van Gogh’s second-hand boots, Crosby, Stills & Nash and a portrait of Prince Charles are our choices for London this weekend.
A thumbs-up sculpture, a horse skeleton and dancing cones are competing for the vacant platform in London’s Trafalgar Square known as the Fourth Plinth.
Film director Francis Ford Coppola and sculptor Antony Gormley are among the five winners of this year’s Praemium Imperiale, an arts prize that’s worth 15 million yen ($151,000) to each recipient, organizers said today.
In one respect at least the contemporary sculptor Antony Gormley has outdone Michelangelo.
The “American Idiot” has crossed the Atlantic.
Will Young sparkles in “Cabaret.”
A Formula One car driven by Ayrton Senna may fetch as much as 750,000 pounds ($1.2 million) next month as fans of the late racer vie with classic-car collectors.
“Open the door and leave it like that,” Thaddaeus Ropac tells one of his 60 employees as he crosses the courtyard of his new gallery on the outskirts of Paris.
“Life and Death in Pompeii and Herculaneum” at London’s British Museum is an exhibition that immerses you in the ancient world.
A giant blue rooster was inaugurated today by Mayor of London Boris Johnson on a sculpture platform in London’s Trafalgar Square.
"The most challenging social sculpture of our times is made by the quiet performances of homeless people within the shelter provided by the doorways of the shops of our inner cities."
- Antony Gormley on May 02, 2012