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Among our top news stories of 2021 so far, you can learn about contemporary LGBTQ+ artists embracing diversity and celebrating queerness through their art. Alternatively, you can stay up to date with international showcases with reports such as our exhibitions to kick-off a new decade.

City Life: Artists impressions of urban life

Since the dawn of industrialisation, artists have reflected on life in urban centres, from Edward Hopper's Nighthawks to Whistler's etchings of the Thames.

Space Invader takes over the world

The 1978 arcade game gets a new lease of life.

Lolcats at the gallery

A new show at The Photographers' Gallery charts the takeover by cats of the internet. Is it a bizarre trend or an important cultural event shaping a generation of couch surfers?

Win Tickets to NTMY featuring Marc Quinn & Pixie Geldof's Band Violet

We're teaming up with Art Wednesday to offer a chance to win a pair of tickets to NTMY X featuring Marc Quinn at Christie's Multiplied 2012 Friday October 12th.

Video Pick: Grayson Perry

"That bloke in a dress" video interview with Grayson Perry

Michael Craig-Martin on his former and most infamous student Damien Hirst

Michael Craig-Martin on his former and most infamous student Damien Hirst

Artist uses 45,000 plastic bags, pages from the Financial Times and reclaimed waste to create awe inspiring sculptures.

Robyn Woolstons sculptures feature found objects and waste to create overwhelming installations.

Art Rentals & Artists Featured in the Sunday Times

Artists including David Hockney, Avigail Talmor, Sophia Burns, Alex March, and Marina Jijina were featured in this Weekends Sunday Times!

Art Rentals from Rise Art

Live with art in your home before you buy with art rentals starting from as low as £25 per month!

Spotted - Lady Aiko takes over lower Manhattan

Street artist Aiko Nakagawa is the first woman to solo paint this coveted Bowery Wall