Andy Warhol TV: maddening but intoxicating
For the first time, a new Hayward Gallery exhibition brings together every television programme Andy Warhol ever made. He wasn't a natural talk-show host, but he knew what made compulsive viewing, discovers Benjamin Secher.
Start A Fire
On Wednesday my task was to choose an image from a book that inspired me from the arts library. Once I had chosen my image I had to take a photo that drew inspiration from the original image I had …
The Swinging Sixties
Pop Art...Twiggy by Andy Warhol. I chose this piece since twiggy was a big figure of the 60s and had a large influence on fashion so images of idols such as twiggy will have helped warholls prominence in the decade. Use of shading here is effective because it gives more dimension whilst still remaining in the style of pop art.
Artistic responses to the 9/11 terrorist attacks – in pictures
On the 15th anniversary of the terrorist attacks, the 9/11 Memorial Museum is hosting a major exhibition of art inspired by events that day
Jeremy Deller's inflatable Stonehenge gives Glasgow a bounce in its step
The Turner prize winner's bouncy new interactive artwork, Sacrilege, kicks off the Glasgow international festival of visual art