Picture Piece

Leonora Carrington’s kitchen, c.1998, photographed by Chloe Aridjis

Chloe Aridjis recalls taking tea with the great Surrealist in her home in Mexico

Polychrome reconstruction of the Prima Porta statue of Augustus, 2004. Painted plaster cast made after a prototype by P. Liverani, Vatican Museums, Rome, height 2.2 m. Courtesy: Ashmolean Museum of Art and Archaeology, Oxford.

To what extent did the ancients colour their sculptures?

Stuart Hall at the Women’s Liberation Movement Conference crèche, Ruskin College, Oxford, 1970. Courtesy: © Sally Fraser/Photofusion

Decoding the image of Stuart Hall manning a crèche at the Women’s Liberation Movement conference

Images from the fifth edition of the once-a-decade sculpture exhibition

Images from documenta 14, Kassel

X-ray records in the Soviet Union

Images from the 57th Venice Biennale

An image of the sole survivor tree after the 2011 tsunami in Japan 

Opening this Friday, a first look at the 78th edition, curated by Christopher Y. Lew and Mia Locks

Josef Albers's secret symbol for the Manuscript society at Yale University

A map of the Milky Way and neighbouring galaxies based on observations from the Gaia satellite

Marilyn Monroe and drone warfare

Video

Sponsored Content - 12 Dec 2017

Kosovo-born Sislej Xhafa's first exhibition in Germany speaks to the artist's concerns around identity politics and his birthplace

Sponsored Content - 08 Dec 2017

With her current solo show at Anton Kern Gallery, New York, the Dutch-American artist explains her travelling, hybrid procession-protest piece which uses graphic design and portable sculptural pieces to champion women’s rights