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It captivated Henry Moore and is now the subject of a major exhibition. What is it about the stone circle that we still find so alluring?
From Andy Warhol to Cindy Sherman, artists have long brought freedom to their wardrobes
Destination exhibitions for the UK’s great gallery reopening
Yorkshire Sculpture Park shows how female sculptors from Barbara Hepworth to Phyllida Barlow have been breaking the mould
A Renaissance foot and Brunel’s cigar case are among artworks and historical items protected
Art Basel’s Unlimited sector displays work too large for most fairs. But who collects it?
Austerity is biting in the region’s richly varied arts scene
A new show documents England’s postwar boom in public sculpture
Exhibitions held together purely by gender may be inadequate, even distasteful — but are they still a necessary evil?
The clothing artists wear says much about them. And it can also provoke envy. Where the hell, asks Charlie Porter, did they get that smock?
Sotheby’s brings monumental works to rural Derbyshire, with price tags of up to $5m
Also Barbara Hepworth and Titian at Apsley House
Her autobiographical, landscape-rooted sculpture took on a political resonance as abstraction became the postwar aesthetic of freedom
How the sculptor used photography to document her life and control the way the world saw her work
Masterpiece returns for its sixth edition with 150-plus international exhibitors
Also Barbara Hepworth and Gianni Piacentino
Retrospective aided by internet searches casts British abstract sculptor’s methods in new light
Exceptional works lift a familiar art-historical story to something potent and illuminating
Yorkshire Sculpture Park secures UK’s biggest arts prize
The Fashion World of Jean Paul Gaultier, Barbara Hepworth, Jan van Huysum, Russian-Avant-Garde Photography, Kenneth Clark and Natural History
This marvellous show confirms that the Scottish painter produced her best work in her final decade
Hepworth’s drawings of surgeons and operating theatres , now at Hepworth Wakefield, occupy an outstanding place in her oeuvre
Jackie Wullschlager meets an artist whose work straddles the borderland between autobiography and self-invention