7 things Andy Warhol pioneered beyond pop art
From FOMO to social media, here are all the ways we're living in a Warhol world today.
inside poland's 90s rave scene
A new exhibition in London celebrates the unique era in Polish culture when communism collapsed and an explosion of free parties and electronic music erupted in its wake.
the sackler trust has suspended all new UK donations
The Sackler family is at the centre of a lawsuit over its production of painkiller Oxycontin and its connection the US opioid crisis.
the first major uk retrospective of keith haring is coming
The Tate Liverpool will host over 85 works.
this fresh take on the female nude is one of the best things to see this week
Lisa Brice’s nudes and all the week’s other culture highlights.
hero of the week: liv wynter, who resigned as tate artist in residence
After Tate director Maria Balshaw made comments that appeared to blame the victims of sexual harassment, Liv – an artist, #WhereIsAnaMendieta activist, and domestic abuse survivor – resigned to highlight the issue.
paul phung's photos combine beautiful bodies with majestic landscapes
The young photographer's latest project is a fantastic combination of dancers, bodies and nature.
i-Con: wolfgang tillmans
To celebrate his second Tate retrospective, we asked Wolfgang Tillman’s friends and collaborators – from Alex and Lutz to Frank Ocean – to ask him one question about his life and career.
an a-z of david hockney
As the biggest retrospective dedicated to Britain's best living painter opens today, we salute the legacy of David Hockney.
catch jonatan leandoer127 in london this weekend at rinse's tate event
Rinse pair the Swedish musician with sculptor Athena Papadopoulos for a music-art mash up this Sunday.
theo adams casts us under his spell with his latest theatrical performance
Fresh from his spectacular Late at Tate show, we meet the musical maestro Theo Adams and his troupe of marvellous performers.
inside this year’s turner prize
A giant arse, a pile of pennies, a miniature train… That might be the tabloid interpretation of Britain’s “most controversial” art prize, but this year’s selection of artists actually reveals the depth, beauty and political force of Britain’s world...