The debate over the Tower of Londons poppy sculpture hots up, as northern England gets its first Andy Warhol solo show all in your favourite weekly art roundup
Guardian photographer David Sillitoe has been documenting his found treasures in Bruges and Antwerp: chips and beer made an appearance, but so did street art signs in seemingly abandoned buildings and, sure enough, the rain
Makeshift schools, water pumps, bubble-blowers and balloon sellers the award-winning AP photographer explains what its like to live and work in the worlds largest community of refugees
The Duke of Edinburgh was telling everyone where to stand. Cecil Beaton said, Sir, if youd like to take the photographs, do!
From his women-as-furniture artworks to Kate Moss in a gold breastplate, Allen Jones has always provoked controversy. Ahead of a major retrospective, he tells Nicholas Wroe about his fascination with fakery and fetish and why hes not a misogynist
From bloody severed heads to nightmare visions of hell, via gruesome gargoyles, creepy shrouded lovers and a fresco of death riding a skeleton horse, heres our pick of the most unsettling pieces of art ever produced. Prepare to be spooked
By Mie Blake
With names like Light Fist, Midnight Highwayman and Fallen Boy, the Xtreme Justice League is a team of volunteers who have patrolled the streets of San Diego since 2006 dressed as superheroes. Reuters photographer Mike Blake has been following them as they patrol street fairs, break up fights and help people with directions. Anyone with a costume and their own transportation can join up
French photographer Floriane de Lassée has travelled across rural landscapes, from east Africa to South America, in search of subjects for her photo series, How Much Can You Carry
Photographer Stephen Shames followed the lives of a group of young men over two decades for Bronx Boys, capturing their brutality and humanity as they smoke, rob, kiss and sleep
The Bronx has a terrible beauty, stark and harsh, like the desert. At first glance you imagine nothing can survive. Then you notice life going on all around Stephen Shames
By Crikey There is no excerpt because this is a protected post.
Read more on the blog…