Why Gillian Wearing put a sign on her Millicent Fawcett statue

It bears Fawcett’s words but alludes to Wearing’s photo series from the 1990s - here’s how she made them Why Gillian Wearing put a sign on her Millicent Fawcett statue

Bufalina: Where Chefs Eat in Austin when they just want pizza

Sometimes it pays not to stray too far off-piste - especially when there are simple delights this good on offer Bufalina: Where Chefs Eat in Austin when they just want pizza

Massimo Bottura and Maurizio Cattelan's degree show

The chef and the artist just got honorary degrees. Can you guess which one wore a phone advert on his forehead? Massimo Bottura and Maurizio Cattelan's degree show

The strange story behind Willem de Kooning’s Woman I

On the anniversary of the Dutch abstract expressionist's birth, we tell the tale behind one of his infamous works The strange story behind Willem de Kooning’s Woman I

Massimo Bottura is looking to open a refettorio in Philadelphia - and he wants the Super Bowl-winning Eagles to help him

Can the Super Bowl champions help our Skinny Italian Chef score a winning touchdown in America? Massimo Bottura is looking to open a refettorio in Philadelphia - and he wants the Super Bowl-winning Eagles to help him

Why the Tripp Trapp chair matters

A desirable designer item and sturdy launch pad for the new royal baby to flick peas at his grandmother from Why the Tripp Trapp chair matters

France calls Peter Marino 'officer class' in the art world

The American architect and art collector has just been made an Officer of the Order of Arts and Letters! France calls Peter Marino 'officer class' in the art world

What early morning looks like at Aska

Chef Fredrik Berselius reveals how, in the quietest moments, a strange magic occurs. . . What early morning looks like at Aska

World Book Day according to Harland Miller

Discover how this acclaimed British artist gives new meaning to the classics by painting over literary history World Book Day according to Harland Miller

When Raphael painted St George

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