Picture resort: from sandy beaches to stunning art galleries in St Ives

The Tate St Ives extension gives art lovers a perfect excuse to revisit this beguiling town

The local’s guide to Naples’ art scene: 10 top tips

This exuberant city revered for its food, culture and history is now forging a reputation as one of Europe’s most exciting hubs for contemporary art

Shenzhen’s new V&A-approved culture centre to showcase city’s artistic side

The Chinese megacity has grown rapidly over the last 35 years and with its new Sea World Culture and Arts Centre opening in December it’s looking to make as big an impact in culture as it has in industry

Artist launches airline that guarantees you will ‘fly with happiness’

Want to jet off to the best biennales of 2018? Try Angelhaha: the world’s first artist airline will fly passengers direct to shows and exhibitions around the world – for a price

10 of the best contemporary art spaces in south-east Asia

Artists in Myanmar, Cambodia and across south-east Asia produce work in a climate of authoritarianism – and often in open defiance of it. Here are 10 spaces that promote their artistic freedom and independence

Street art adds gloss to Cape Town’s boho Woodstock area

This youthful and bohemian neighbourhood and foodie hotspot has become an open air gallery for giant, colourful murals

From salami to art: how migrants helped turn Rome factory into a gallery

Rome’s Maam gallery exhibits artists from all over the world, who often incorporate the site’s previous use as a slaughterhouse into their work, or are inspired by the lives of its residents

Yerevan – first impressions

My first impressions are that I haven’t been to a city with so much public art as Yerevan. I hope the city is able to complete The Cascade soon as that would be an incredible feature to have especially with all the statues at the bottom in the Tamanian sculpture park. I am pleased VernissageContinue reading “Yerevan – first impressions”

Take the kids to … The Helix, Falkirk, Scotland

The Kelpies horse-head sculptures grabbed the headlines but a fantastic adventure park lies in their shadow, offering cycling paths, climbing frames, water activities and more, within easy reach of Glasgow and Edinburgh