The anonymous street artist made the work in 2017, a year after Brexit, to criticize Britain’s decision to leave the European Union.
Parliament member Suella Braverman is also concerned about the protest chant “From the river to the sea, Palestine will be free.”
Police responded to reports of a man falling from a height at Somerset House, where the Courtauld Gallery is located.
What began as a simple project to honor two historic water towers in Goole with a salt-and-pepper shaker set quickly divided locals, who can’t agree on which building represents which condiment.
After a three-year, $52M renovation, the museum hopes a more diverse artwork offering will draw visitors, but many challenges lie ahead.
Yilin Wang, whose translations of Chinese poems were used without permission, claims the museum mishandled the issue and has not properly compensated her.
The London institution is taking down Yilin Wang’s translations of Qiu Jin’s poems after Wang called out the museum in a Twitter thread.
In a “carefully planned theft,” the perpetrators took 12 pieces including knives, sculptures, and silver kitchenware from the Kelham Island Museum.
The British school will rename staff positions and some buildings but retain donations made by the family.
The pomp and pageantry of King Charles’s coronation follows the playbook of authoritarian theatrics.
Photographs by Mona Bozorgi and Emma Creighton Hopson are on view at the UK photo fair from May 10 to 14.
In Colchester, the first Ancient Roman city in Britain, you can now tell your friends to “meet you at the mosaic.”