It had New Yorkers queueing to spend a penny. Now it’s been plumbed into the palace where Churchill was born. We meet the artist-prankster behind the throne once offered to Trump
Tate Modern, London
Pea-soupers in corridors, moss on the walls – the artist wants to change the way we see our place in the world at a time of climate emergency. Does he go far enough?
There is much to praise from Ghana, India, France, and a stunning international pavilion. Less admirable is a true horror on the Arsenale…
Crossing Lines will feature more than 300 works by the quintessentially 1980s artists
The pioneering PAD event for art and design is to make its debut in the principality this spring
Designers and brands are playing a cautious game this year, reissuing classics or simply adding new elements to existing lines – and sustainability and recycling are key