I've been teaching at a school for refugee children on the Greek island of Chios, and asked some of the kids what they're wishing for this year.
Shit-Smeared Nappies and Flashing Nipples: An Interview With Mary Kelly, the Godmother of Feminist Art
If wine, soup cans, fascist symbols and a man wrapped in a tent beside a coyote can be art, then why not dirty nappies?
She was divorced, globe-trotting Jewish aristocrat who championed modern art in the face of the Nazis, and paved the way for women's sexual liberation and freedom.
In new play Give Me Your Love, the artistic director of an experimental theatre company is showing what the drug can do for veterans suffering PTSD.
Is this man the new face of oppositional art? Or just a guy on a mission to piss off powerful people?
From Alana Francis, who's exhibiting scans of her facial reconstruction surgery, to Genesis P-Orridge, who had a bunch of surgery to resemble h/er late wife.
"That's one thing about this job," says Kerry, her long blue nails resting on the steering wheel. "You get amazing sunsets. There's just something about the A1 in the morning, you know?"
It's time people took the mental repercussions of periods seriously.
We went to Bethlem's new Museum of the Mind to meet exhibiting artists and poets whose work reflects on life under section.
A new exhibition in London celebrates the contributions of black Britons to British culture.
Erika Eiffel had a commitment ceremony with the tower, only to find herself heartbroken a year later when staff – after viewing the 'Married to the Eiffel Tower' documentary – asked her to stay away. Now, she's with a crane.
Britain rules the waves of interlocking food chains.