Review: ‘British Art at War: David Bomberg’ on BBC Four
Another informative episode, but why does it claim to be about war when the subject is given so little airtime?
Review: ‘British Art at War: Walter Sickert’ on BBC Four
Andrew Graham-Dixon gives an engaging account of the modern artist and marketeer. But what about the war?
Review: ‘British Art at War: Paul Nash’ on BBC Four
Andrew Graham-Dixon explores the work of Paul Nash, whose career was deeply affected by the two World Wars
Download your own Deller: Own Art give away 10,000 digital editions…
Are Deller’s downloadable film stills really collectibles in the traditional sense of the term?
Majesty and Mortar: Palaces on the BBC
The final episode of Dan Cruickshank’s enthusiastic and engaging tour of ‘Britain’s Great Palaces’ airs on BBC4 tonight
Drawing in space: the 3D printing pen
Will the public get behind the 3D printing pen, which lets you draw in mid air?
Saatchi Gallery and Google+ launch Motion Photography Prize
Is the GIF the latest art genre?
Is it a movement? Kinetic art at Christie’s
Christie’s is branching out into kinetic art – but what exactly is meant by the term?
An Eye on the India Art Fair
What to expect from this year’s programme, plus co-owner Sandy Angus on the difficult but growing market in India
Digital work by the likes of Michael Craig-Marin, Matthu Placek and David Michalek is changing the face of contemporary portraiture
The authors of ‘Emerald’ present a sparkling visual and social history of the precious stone in this ambitious new publication
3D printing is frequently in the news, and increasingly on public display. Have artists woken up to its potential?
‘Maybe it’s perfectly legitimate that they are here because Bob Dylan painted them…’ Why are musicians so popular with major art galleries?
Art, Architecture and Sustainability
The Architecture Foundation’s latest display looks at models of sustainability in architecture. Are visual artists keeping up?