Meet the weaver who became the Kraftwerk of German art

Thomas Bayrle's poppy pictures, built up from hundreds of smaller images, drill down deep into our collective desires Meet the weaver who became the Kraftwerk of German art

From seaweed to strawberries, Olafur Eliasson is going local

The weather may be foul in Reykjavik, yet Eliasson's new pop-up restaurant is still cooking up great seasonal dishes From seaweed to strawberries, Olafur Eliasson is going local

These Hamptons dog houses help NY’s rescue mutts

The Animal Rescue Fund of the Hamptons has some architectural homes perfectly suited to your best friend These Hamptons dog houses help NY’s rescue mutts

Dries Van Noten works Verner Panton into his new collection

Belgian designer’s collaboration with Panton estate revives optimistic colours, patterns and spirit of the '60s Dries Van Noten works Verner Panton into his new collection

Let Elliott Erwitt take you away to Southern France

Celebrate the great photographer’s 90th birthday by bringing a little mid-century joie de vivre into your life Let Elliott Erwitt take you away to Southern France

What was JR doing at these Basque Food Awards?

The artist joined a skinny Italian chef and Phaidon's other world-class talents at the Basque Culinary World Prize What was JR doing at these Basque Food Awards?

Stephen Shore goes back on the road

The photographer is on another summer road-trip in the flyover states, shooting more American Surfaces Stephen Shore goes back on the road

Cups and condoms included in new Jenny Holzer Tate show

New exhibition draws together early pieces alongside the artist’s best-known works and her recent projects Cups and condoms included in new Jenny Holzer Tate show

Is Thomas Eakins cooling off or heating up?

Eakins - born on this day in 1844 - painted this work to silence his critics, yet it remains open to interpretation. . . Is Thomas Eakins cooling off or heating up?

What to expect when Jeremy Fox cooks at Lyle’s in London

The Rustic Canyon chef and Phaidon author promises to bring a slice of California to London next month What to expect when Jeremy Fox cooks at Lyle’s in London

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