sarah lucas eating a banana and 5 of the best things to see this week
This week: Selfies at Yorkshire Sculpture Park, Jarvis Cocker on tour and a shiny new statue in Trafalgar Square.
the exhibition disrupting the stereotype that you can’t be bme and british
We Are Here is the first exhibition of its kind to celebrate Britishness from the perspective of British BME women and their incredible contributions to culture.
everything you need to watch, see and do this week
BRITs invite lost in the post? Do this instead. This week: Daidō Moriyama, Post-Soviet Visions and Birmingham LGBT History Festival.
how music and style magazines have shaped northern identity
Cop a look as we speak to Adam Murray and Lou Stoppard, curators of Somerset House’s brilliant North: Fashioning Identity exhibition, and premiere a short film exploring media representations of the north of England.
kingsley ifill wants you to destroy his artworks
Or you can cut your hair in exchange for a print, which is a damn good deal.
Clementine de Pressigny
hetty douglas and alfie kungu challenge the conventions of painting in new exhibition
The pair explores modern life and the history of painting in a riot of colours.
“I’m trying to rid myself of the past” – turner prize-winning artist mark leckey discusses his new exhibition
We spoke to the man who made Fiorucci hardcore about growing up, realising your personal history is being overwritten by the digital collective memory, letting the past go, and yes, even the return of the iconic brand.
“bad art is what's kept in the castle toilet” – we asked grayson perry to explain art
As his latest show - The Most Popular Art Exhibition Ever! - opens at London’s Serpentine, we asked the man responsible for whacking great tapestries and glazed ceramic cocks to explain what art is. Turns out, the answer is fairly simple.
new exhibition, turbulence, sheds light on the uncertainly of our times
Bringing together the work of four British artists, Turbulence will leave you questioning: where do we go from here?
from girlhood to womanhood, chloe sheppard comes of age with a nostalgic exhibition
The night before her 21st birthday, the British photographer and chronicler of all things girl looks back at the work that defined her youth.
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the saatchi gallery wants to see your best selfie
As part of its upcoming exhibition, the London institution is running a competition to find the ultimate selfie.