The pioneers of conceptual art in the 1960s and 1970s - Keith Arnatt, Susan Hiller and Bruce McLean, among others - are the subject of a major new exhibition at Tate Britain, London.
Anya Gallaccio has collaborated with landscape architects del Buono Gazerwitz on a living artwork inspired by east London’s history of weaving and textile design. Based in the central courtyard of DACS’ office in Bethnal Green, the work will be on permanent display from 19 April 2016.
Images by Jake and Dinos Chapman, Georgina Starr and Sam Taylor-Johnson are among a selection licensed by Artimage for a new Thames & Hudson book charting the rise of the Young British Artists (YBAs).
Get lost in the poetic paintings of John Craxton (1922-2009), whose love of travelling and nature took him from ravaged, wartime Britain to the sun-drenched shores of Greece.
Several rarely seen Andy Warhol images have been licensed for a new catalogue accompanying Andy Warhol: Works from the Hall Collection, on show at the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford, until 15 May 2016.
Looking for playful and creative imagery to mark the change in season? Check out some of our favourite images for spring, with themes ranging from the Last Supper to nature, growth and renewal.