Old vodka bottles, ends of cigarettes and used underwear can only mean one thing - Tracy Emin is selling some of her artwork.
A centre for disabled people in Sussex is using art to boost the confidence of its clients...and produce remarkable paintings.
A series of new images are going on display in Kent setting out opposition to proposed airport expansion in the Thames Estuary.
Pupils at a school in Snodland in Kent have redecorated Maidstone Hospital's A and E department.
Students studying GCSE art visited the hospital site to take photographs and make careful plans and drawings before returning to school to work on their designs.
Holmesdale’s Head of Art, Mrs Fenella Ross-Elmer, said: “This was a valuable opportunity to extend our students’ skills in a professional situation."
"It gives us the chance to enrich the lives of children waiting in the emergency area, to add a splash of colour and to create a visionary space for those waiting.”
A 200 tonne building has been lifted onto the end of Southend Pier. It was transported along the Thames last night and will become a cultural centre. It will house exhibitions, performances and artworks.
The Searchlight charity is working with disabled people in Sussex to develop artistic talent. Today paintings by residents of the Searchlight complex at Newhaven go on sale in a fund-raising show. John Ryall reports.
Art tutor Jane Gayler and artists Sheila Furniss and Moira Barrall
For more information visit the Searchlight website
The UK's top artists have created 30 bronze sculptures to celebrate the Olympic and Paralympic Games. Penny Silvester went to the Ashmolean Museum in Oxford to see them on display.
Visitors have had their first chance to look around a new art gallery in East Sussex. The £4m Jerwood Gallery in Hastings showcases paintings from the 20th and 21st centuries. The project is part of a £9m redevelopment of the Stade.
The £4m Jerwood art gallery in Hastings opens its doors tomorrow at 10am.
The building, on the seafront by the fishing fleet, houses a collection of paintings from artists such as Rose Wylie from Kent, L.S. Lowrie, and David Bomberg.
It's hoped the venue will help to revitalise the town though some people feel it's in the wrong place and too costly - £2 for locals and £7 for non-residents.
Time will tell if this gallery can exert the same effect on Hastings as the Turner Contemporary has on Margate in Kent.