April 19 2014 Latest news:
This Saturday will mark the 20th anniversary of the death of Kurt Cobain. As a scene that lived and died by the narrative of one band more than any other, this tragic event arguably also signalled the end of grunge and the inclusive, outsider community it cultivated.
Outsider art, sometimes called “art brut”, was a term coined by French artist Jean Dubuffet for works that were “diamonds in the rough, with flaws”.
Recalling an interview from years ago, Anita Peleg explains her mother’s relationship with her home studio. “What was it you said mum? Some people find heaven after they die, but I have found it here.”
Press the button to call the new lift at Cecil Sharp House this week and you might be intrigued by a medley of sounds that evoke the nearby Regent’s Canal.
A married couple who met during a tree-based protest against an oil pipeline in Wales are the brains behind a new art installation that is due to open in Regent’s Park this summer.
Simon Joseph leaves his home at 6am every morning to walk his dog around the Heath. A keen photographer, the 38-year-old spontaneously took this shot with his iPhone on Friday when the recent upturn in weather produced a veil of mist across London.
After 73 years as a photographer, Dorothy Bohm still captures the beauty and fascination in daily life with her trusty Olympus.
As institutions go, newspaper cartoonists are the most unassuming breed. Yet what would The Telegraph be without Matt Pritchett – indeed, where would the Ham&High be without the revered Ken Pyne?
The subject of war often produces the most powerful and thought-provoking response from artists – and the impact of the events leading up to and during the Second World War is no exception.
Fifty years ago, David McCabe won the golden ticket. A young British photographer, barely finished as a student, he was invited by one of America’s most mysterious icons to enter his factory.
Before she moved to London for love, Denise Dorrance’s life in New York was “like Sex And The City – one hundred per cent”.
Exhibition looks at controversy of post-war buildings
Documenting historic Paris preoccupied pioneering French photographer Eugène Atget for 30 years. Between 1897 and 1927, using a large-format bellows camera, he captured the city’s many facets, from magnificent palaces predating the Revolution to humble lanes and courtyards – but he always avoided modern Paris.
Twenty-six children were left without a primary school place for September after Camden Council made its allocations today.
A Hampstead auction house was abuzz with excitement as a furious bidding war saw a prized lot sell for 10 times its estimate.
Friends, family and figures from across the literary world gathered to pay tribute to West Hampstead resident and Nobel Prize-winning author Doris Lessing today.
David Attenborough introduces you to his favourite extinct creatures as they come alive on one magical night in London’s Natural History Museum.