• Interactive Rain uses unconventional product

    An unexpected choice of product has been used in this water installation

  • Bethan Laura Wood unveils Christmas installation at sketch

    London-based designer, Bethan Laura Wood, has brought her signature use of colour and pattern to the Mayfair food and art creative hub

  • FX Awards 2015: A snapshot of the evening

    There’s no party like an FX Awards party

  • Curated Diary: Axel Rüger

    Curator and Director of the Van Gogh Museum, Axel Rüger picks his top art and design events across the world for the winter months

  • Dismaland by Banksy review

    Rebecca Swirsky finds British street artist Banksy has pulled off an incredible, amusing feat at his ‘bemusement park’ Dismaland at Weston-super-Mare beach

  • 10x10 London features FX Awards finalist

    A finalist in the FX Awards’s Drawing category, Luke Adam Hawker, is debuting in 10x10 London to raise money for Article 25. Watch the time lapse video to see how his artwork came to life

  • Museums and mindfulness

    How do museums engage people with the three-dimensional, physical relics of human civilisation in the age of ubiquitous two-dimensional digital distraction? Veronica Simpson searches for curatorial solutions.

  • Big Spill outside London Museum

    London is graced by a dazzling new public artwork by Indian artist Subodh Gupta. When Soak Becomes Spill alludes to things even bigger than its giant presence out on the street.

  • The Green Room invites you to confess

    Confess your sins and enjoy many more remarkable artists at The Other Art Fair, now on at the Old Truman Brewery

  • State of the arts: How to get a free creative education

    Who can afford a UK arts education? As our art, design and architecture courses have become entirely bankrolled by fat fees from European and international students, resourceful educators are trying to find ways to ensure access, diversity and creativity are maintained. But it’s an uphill struggle.