iPad artist Kyle Lambert creates mind-boggling Morgan Freeman masterpiece
Rare orange diamond has fetched a record £22m at Christie's auction in Geneva.
Francis Bacon's painting, Three Studies of Lucian Freud has fetched $142m (£89m).
Shunga: Sex and Pleasure in Japanese Art examines explicit works from early modern Japan.
Bob Dylan: Face Value will open at National Portrait Gallery in London later this month.
Self-published erotic trilogy This Man by UK author Jodi Ellen Malpas gains legions of US fans. Print and film may follow.
Warner Brothers face challenge over copyright for global birthday song that brings in millions in royalties.
8.5m rendering commissioned by the Canteen diner shows the Son of God showing off impressive dance moves.
Artist Paul Blomkamp creates 4.2m(14ft) x 4.2m(14ft) portrait of Nelson Mandela.
Storm Thorgerson created some of the most famous album covers in the history of rock, noted for their haunting, cinematic style.
Balancing rocks sculpture by Swiss art duo revealed outside Serpentine Gallery.
Turner Prizewinning artist speaks out about auction of stolen Banksy mural.
Winners of 2012 World Press Photo Awards announced in Amsterdam.
Missing Part of Courbet’s headless portrait discovered by art collector in Paris junk shop.
The painting, from 1932, will be sold by Sotheby's on 5 February and it is estimated to reach between £25 million and £35 million.
Lee Hadwin, who draws in a trance, sells entire collection with half of proceeds going to to Missing Persons charity.
A priceless portrait by the Venetian artist Titian has been rediscovered in the bowels of London's National Gallery.
Lauren Laverne will be hosting the Channel 4 programme live from Tate Britain, London.
Feminist Artist Judy Chicago: Savita Halappanavar's Death Proves Women Don't Own their Own Bodies [VIDEO EXCLUSIVE]
Judy Chicago meets the IBTimes UK ahead of three important UK shows and talks about women in the Middle East, the death of Savita Halappanavar and the state of feminist art.
Diamonds singer immortalised in lifelike figures showing her during her redhead phase.
Our film critic Matt Chapman reviews Ben Affleck's latest film about a team of fugitive US diplomats who fabricate a sci-fi film to escape from Iran.
Originally titled by Munch as Der Schrei der Natur (The Scream of Nature), The Scream features a turbulent man against the backdrop of a Norwegian landscape with orange sky.
From the British royal lineage, a portrait drawing of Edward VI, the son of Henry VIII and a painted portrait of Thomas Howard, third Duke of Norfolk, will go on show at The Queen’s Gallery.
Five-day book fair, with New Zealand as guest of honour, has 7,300 exhibitors from 100 countries.
A new exhibition in Scotland, Lucknow to Lahore: Fred Bremner’s Vision of India, showcases photographs taken in British Raj India between 1882 and 1922.
The paintings were done with the artist’s blood and depict a situation of hope in the times of fragility.
Props and dresses from famous James Bond films such as Casino Royale, For Your Eyes Only and The World Is Not Enough are up for online bidding.
Over 250 rare and unseen artefacts from Pompeii and Herculaneum will go on show during a major exhibition at the British Museum next spring
Cutty Sark restoration wins Carbuncle Cup, annual prize given to the worst new piece of architecture in Britain.
The black Givenchy dress worn by Audrey Hepburn in Breakfast at Tiffany's and Dorothy Gale costume from The Wizard of Oz will go on display.
The exhibition, China's Terracotta Warriors: The First Emperor's Legacy, is slated to commemorate the tenth anniversary of the Asian Art Museum in San Francisco.
An undersea exhibition on a sunken ship off the coast of the US state of Florida has been wooing divers into that surreal world through a photographic display
The portrait dates from the winter of 1786-7 during Burns's first visit to Edinburgh.
The 3D art show at the Hangzhou Peace International Exhibition and Conference Centre showcases several paintings that give the illusion of 3D when viewed from a specific angle.