From ‘druidical erection’ to Spinal Tap: a history of Stonehenge as tourist site

New ‘Stonehengiana’ exhibition created by archaeologist Julian Richards displays souvenirs and other ephemera charting history of site as tourist attraction since the 19th century.

Skategirls of Kabul – in pictures

Photographer Jessica Fulford-Dobson travelled twice to Afghanistan to capture the Skateistan project set up in the outskirts of Kabul to give girls between the ages of five and 16 the chance to skateboard, in a country where they are not allowed on bicycles.

From bees to supertrees: how modern cities are evolving – in pictures

Panos photographers have gone from Mumbai to Tokyo to Kinshasa to illuminate the sheer scale of the challenges facing modern cities. Their work is collected in a new exhibition, #FutureofCities, at London’s Somerset House

Emily Carr exhibition at the Dulwich Picture Gallery, London

The UK’s first ever Emily Carr exhibition at the Dulwich Picture Gallery in London is reviewed here

Street Artist extraordinaire

London-based street artist Phlegm has painted his distinctive, fantastical murals in London, Sheffield and beyond. Here is a selection of his best works. http://www.theguardian.com/travel/gallery/2014/feb/10/street-artist-phlegms-murals-from-around-the-world#/?picture=429180215&index=5