Tracey Emin on life after cancer: ‘I desire to be part of this world’

    The artist has been deciding how to live. She reveals she is turning a Margate mortuary into a revolutionary art school, TKE Studios — no smokers or loud music allowed

    12 future stars of the art world you need to know about

      If you want to see the cutting edge, forget the Turner prize, check out the next generation of contenders

      Reading jail has a secret admirer who wants to save it: could it be Banksy?

        Rumours of a private benefactor hoping to transform the prison where Oscar Wilde was held got our critic investigating

        Banksy sketches out £10m plan to free Oscar Wilde’s prison from developers

          Banksy has pledged to raise millions of pounds to help buy the prison in which Oscar Wilde was incarcerated so it can be turned into an arts centre, rather than being sold to property developers to turn into flats.

          Lubaina Himid at the Tate Modern — she hates me, but I love her new work

            Lubaina Himid is only the fourth living British artist to have been given a retrospective at Tate Modern

            Why Albrecht Dürer beats Leonardo, Raphael and Michelangelo

              Imagine it’s 1510. Someone asks you to mount an exhibition devoted to the greatest and most significant artist at work in Europe at the time. Who would you go for?

              The Courtauld Gallery’s post-impressionist collection was a secret for too long

                A £60m revamp showcases works from van Gogh, Renoir, Manet and more

                Hogarth and Europe — Britain’s Brexiteer artist yanked into today’s culture wars

                  He was a jingoistic loudmouth — so why has Tate Britain spoiled a fabulous exhibition with fantasy readings of his intentions?

                  The Poles are Britain’s silent minority. But their art has begun to speak

                    It’s time to take notice of the million Poles in our midst

                    Is this a photograph or a painting? Lucy Mckenzie’s Liverpool exhibition questions what you really see

                      Two exciting shows by female artists play thrillingly with the idea of perception