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Tracey Emin: ‘I align myself with the Tories’
Artist Tracey Emin tells Jon Snow that while she is not an establishment person, she prefers the Conservatives to Labour.
Tracey Emin: drawing on the art of the past
Tracey Emin, famed for art installations featuring tents and an unmade beds, has been made professor of drawing at the Royal Academy. But do modern artists need to be able to draw?
Tracey Emin’s shock art shifts ‘from sex to love’
In a new show which marks a new phase in a career which has often focused on the artist’s personal life, Tracey Emin talks to Channel 4 News about growing up, falling in love and voting Conservative.
Laure Prouvost wins the 2013 Turner Prize
French-born artist Laure Prouvost wins the 2013 Turner Prize for contemporary art for her video installation Wantee.
‘A playful tiff’: Charles Saatchi responds to Nigella pics
Millionaire art collector Charles Saatchi says photographs in which he appears to be holding the neck of his wife Nigella Lawson were the result of a “playful tiff”.
Arise Sir Bradley! New year’s honours revealed
Bradley Wiggins is knighted in the Queen’s new year’s honours list, leading a host of Olympic and Paralympic athletes who made their names at London 2012.
Does the Turner Prize back art world winners?
It may attract the most attention of all the art prizes around. But aside from the unmade beds and piles of poo, does the Turner Prize signal success for the winner? Channel 4 News investigates.
Rothko attack was act of ‘yellowism’, says artist
The man who defaced Mark Rothko’s Black on Maroon painting says he was acting on behalf of the yellowism movement. But how often is art attacked, and can it be restored? Chanel 4 News investigates.
Why is Peter Blake’s new Beatles cover so ‘white’?
As Sir Peter Blake re-imagines his famous Beatles’ album cover, Channel 4 News asks the artist why there are so few non-white people in his latest version.
Con art? In defence of Damien Hirst
He’s Britain’s most famous artist but Damien Hirst’s work is “con art” and its value like toxic debt, says Julian Spalding. In defence of Hirst, Art Review’s Oliver Basciano writes for Channel 4 News.
Istanbul: the London 2012 dress rehearsal
Channel 4 News Sports Reporter Keme Nzerem is in Istanbul to report on how Team GB is looking, ahead of London’s Olympics this summer.
David Hockney, ‘the hand, the eye and the heart’
On the eve of a major new show David Hockney tells Channel 4 News about his latest love affair with Yorkshire and, after that spat with Damien Hirst, why painting comes from the “hand and the heart”.
Ai Weiwei honoured by Royal Academy
Ahead of its Summer Exhibition, the Royal Academy elects Chinese artist and activist Ai Weiwei as an honorary academician, telling Channel 4 News it is a sign of support for the world-renowned artist.
Forest campaigners fear government sale
As the government prepares to publish its plans to sell off some of England’s forests, it insists ancient woodland will be protected. Channel 4 News’ Julian Rush finds campaigners are not convinced.
Turner Prize: Susan Philipsz wins prestigious art award
Sound artist Susan Philipsz, whose melancholy song loops were first exhibited in secret riverside walkways in Glasgow, wins Britain’s most esteemed and controversial modern art award.