the forbidden world of gay clubs with david hoyle
The avant-garde performance artist takes a starring turn in Matt Lambert’s new film, God Is Watching.
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.
i-D's weekly cultural round-up
Your guide to what you need to see, hear, watch, listen, go to and do, this week.
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...
women dominate this year’s cheeky turner prize shortlist
For the second year in a row, three quarters of 2016's nominees are women.
10 exhibitions to see this spring
Spring has sprung, the sun is out, so get out the house and into the galleries and check out all the best exhibitions coming soon to London and beyond.
how conceptual art changed everything
A new retrospective at the Tate will explore how the conceptual art movement changed the art world, attacked society, drew controversy, and changed the world.
major david hockney retrospective to open at tate britain next year
It's the most extensive retrospective of the artist's work to date.
tate britain presents barbara hepworth's modern sculptures
One of the 20th century's leading female artists finally gets the recognition she deserves with a major Tate retrospective.
tate britain announces autumn exhibition of frank auerbach’s work
The German painter’s impressive body of uncompromising work to get an overdue retrospective.
nick waplington/alexander mcqueen working process opens next week at tate britain
Running alongside the V&A's Savage Beauty, Working Process looks at the designer's final collection through the lens of photographer Nick Waplington.