Look at these dolls-house sized artists’ studios

Ever wondered what the studios of Chuck Close, Jackson Pollock or Willem de Koonig are like? Look no further

Photographers’ Gallery – three great collage shows

The London gallery steams ahead in championing collage as the photographic medium for 2013

Bally and artist Olaf Breuning collaborate at Art Basel

Moving from Phaidon.com, an arts website to Global-Blue.com a shopping website you wouldn’t think that the two world’s would mix too often but one of my favourite photographers/artists Olaf Breuning teamed up with Bally to produce a limited edition collection and here’s my story about it.

Damien Hirst at the Tate Modern

Damien Hirst’s first extensive show in London is a good way to introduce to children – in a fun and colourful way – that things die. That’s what the show is about, life cycles, life and death whether it’s a that of a sheep, butterflies or the human race

Alighiero Boetti (the other show on at Tate)

Whilst most of the attention has been on the Tate Modern’s Yayoi Kusama exhibition this month, there’s another show on at the reclaimed power station that is not to be missed

Tim Lewis’ fantastical imagined machines made real

Making dreamt up machines has not been a problem for Tim Lewis whose show, Mechanisms opened at Flowers Gallery on Kingsland Road this week

David Shrigley, my new favourite artist

You know when you have a certain opinion of something, that it’s been around for ages and you don’t really fully appreciate it’s greatness? I think I sort of felt like that toward David Shrigley

Yayoi Kusama, the exhibition for everyone

If you’re looking for a show to visit with a group of friends look no further, Yayoi Kusama at Tate Modern is it

Patrick Hughes’ Reverspectives

We used to make these paintings in our school art classes but I’ve never seen one as good as this. There was a good seven or eight people standing in the room walking around them back and forth over and over again, just disbelieving

Do Ho Suh’s floored genius

Korean artist lets visitors walk all over latest work in Singapore For Phaidon.com