Tracey Emin’s sketch of the Queen, a Jane Birkin concert, Sheridan Smith, and burger bargains are our choices for London this weekend.
Grayson Perry is soberly dressed this morning: in jeans and a faded-blue zip-up jacket.
This is becoming a habit, or at least an annual event. Another year, and once more I find myself hanging in the National Portrait Gallery.
Once upon a time, an emissary from England journeyed to the peoples of the East on a mission of peace. With him he carried his totemic deity, a bear.
Roy Lichtenstein’s widow Dorothy sits on the sunlit top floor of Tate Modern remembering the three decades she spent living with the pioneering pop artist.
London’s Royal Academy was founded in 1768, a few years before the U.S. Declaration of Independence. Nonetheless, it has been edging into the 21st century.
A Kate Moss mannequin, jailhouse gardeners and Paloma Faith are among Muse’s arts and leisure recommendations for London this weekend.
London has a brand-new theater a block away from Buckingham Palace.
Christie’s International is planning its first fair to be held during Frieze Week, when London becomes the capital of the contemporary-art world.
Tino Sehgal, a performance artist who had groups of people scurry around Tate Modern’s entrance lobby last year, is one of four nominees for the Turner Prize, the U.K.’s top contemporary-art award.