Scotland has lost a wonderful writer and artist in the Paisley-born artist.
Artists have embraced AI despite the risks to them, educators could learn from their example.
When people find themselves displaced from their homes, finding or creating beauty can be just as vital as food, water and shelter − and serves as a form of resistance and resilience.
Why this 1866 painting by French artist Auguste Toulmouche has become an online sensation.
On the wall of an orphanage in Venice, a musicologist encountered a fresco featuring an aria written for an opera. She’s since embarked on a project to bring this forgotten music back.
The group of climate activists are drawing on a history of public action to show that what they are doing is not new at all
Fame for artists has become less about the individual and more about their place with the large commercial art world ecosystem.
An obscure Mexican engraver named José Guadalupe Posada created the satirical skull in the early 1900s and sold it for a penny. But after he died, it took on a life of its own.
The portraits hold up a mirror to a society that has underappreciated the Windrush generation for far too long.
Art and science combine in this engineering course to let students turn their brainwaves into creative works.
The scale of his work and the control he has over his brand suggests that Banksy is not just one man anymore.
Guston’s complex engagement with racialised evil caused a contentious three-year delay in the exhibition opening.
The Modern, a debut novel centred on an Australian researcher at New York’s MoMA, muses on modern art and relationships – riffing off MoMA artists like Grace Hartigan and Nan Goldin.
Artistic representations of scientific imaging can help illuminate complex ideas and help bring this knowledge to a wider audience.
Abramović is the first woman in the Royal Academy of Arts’ history to have a solo retrospective in its main galleries.
Digital archives can have an important part in creating more inclusive art histories, but paying attention to ethical research practices when sharing and circulating resources is critical.
Encourage your child to make their own paintbrushes or draw everyday objects in huge sizes. Or try a portrait without taking their marker off the page.
Attitudes towards Kwame Nkrumah have shifted from veneration to confrontation and destruction and, finally, to more subtle forms of remembrance.
Rublev, active around 1400 in and near Moscow, was a monk and painter of icons, frescoes and (possibly) manuscripts in the tradition of the Orthodox Church
Art and science may seem like opposites, but throughout history the disciplines have fed off each other − and still do today.