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It's been home to a blue cockerel, a ship in a bottle, and now a giant 'thumbs-up', but what will be next to sit on Trafalgar Square's famous Fourth Plinth?
We'll get one step closer to finding out this morning, when a shortlist of commissions is announced.
You can view the proposals at the National Gallery.
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A painting bought for just £30 is expected to fetch up to £350,000 when it goes up for auction later.
The Peter Blake work, Boys With New Ties, was purchased directly from the artist in the 1950s.
It's now being offered up at the Christie's Modern British and Irish Art sale.
The life and work of Christina Broom, considered to be the UK's first female press photographer, will be celebrated with a major exhibition.
'Soldiers and Suffragettes: The Photography of Christina Broom' opens at the Museum of London Docklands on Friday.
The exhibition includes includes a cross section of her work, including Suffragette processions, First World War soldiers, official photographs of the Household Division and key London events, from the Lord Mayor's Parade and royal coronations and funerals to historical pageants.
Self-portraits by the artist Francis Bacon are set to go on display for the first time after being rediscovered in a private collection. In June, they will be available to view at Sotheby's in London.
Experts knew of the paintings' existence but were unsure who had bought them after their completion around forty years ago. After they have been on display in New York and London they will be auctioned off. Each painting is expected to fetch £15 million.
National Gallery workers who are members of the Public & Commercial Services Union conclude seven days of strike action today.
The walkout started on 14th-15th March and continued 24th-28th March following two periods of five-day walkouts in February.
They are in dispute over the privatisation of services after voting in favour of industrial action in a ballot in January
Workers at The National Gallery begin a second 5-day period of strike action today.
Members of the Public & Commercial Services Union are in dispute over the privatisation of services after voting in favour of industrial action in a ballot in January.