African-born, Lancashire-based, Lubaina Himid said she would use her £25,000 winning cheque to help support emerging artists.Read the full story ›
Ken Simons has been the safe pair of hands behind the scenes of some of the most popular exhibitions at Tate Liverpool since it opened in 1988.
It was considered a very bold move at the time but Ken and his colleagues have done a great job. He is now retiring, but he'll be back next year to hold an exhibition of his favourite pieces.
Our Merseyside Correspondent Andy Bonner reports.
A special exhibition will go on show at Liverpool's Tate gallery to mark its 30th anniversary next year.Read the full story ›
The question that seems to be asked about a lot of modern art is - is it art at all?
And the subject of this story certainly fits into that category.
The Tate Gallery in Liverpool has just taken delivery of Tracy Emin's controversial work ‘My Bed’, which is basically her old bed with a lot of personal debris strewn around it.
In 2014 it was sold for two-and-a-half million pounds.
So is it art? Paul Crone went to investigate:
A painting by Salford artist LS Lowry could fetch more than £1.3m. The Painting of Pendlebury Station will be auctioned today.Read the full story ›
A previously unseen painting by LS Lowry has sold for £410,000 at auction.
Outside the Factory was given as a thank you gift to a children's author in the 1950's.
The work was expected to make £250,000 at Sotheby's.
A painting by Salford artist L.S Lowry is on display for the first time since it was created over 50 years ago.
'Station Approach' depicts Manchester's exchange station and is expected to fetch up to £3 million when it goes up for auction next month.
It is being exhibited at the Lowry Theatre at Salford Quays.
Kimberley Burrows was born partially blind, despite this she has just been named 'Young Illustrator of the year' by Insight Magazine.
Kimberley Burrows was born partially blind, despite this she has just been named 'Young Illustrator of the year' by Insight MagazineRead the full story ›
Kyle Lambert from Altrincham used his iPad to finger paint a photo-realistic picture of Hollywood star Morgan Freeman. It took more than 200 hours and 285,000 finger strokes.