Three years and a change of production company later, anime sensation One Punch Man returns for a brand new second season now accessible to all UK viewers on Crunchyroll, the world’s largest anime destination with over 900 anime shows available for streaming and binge watching*.
Four years ago, Portugal’s capital felt like a ‘city on its knees’. Now it is being touted as hip, cheap and innovative. But is the socialist government failing Lisbon’s poor in its rush to revitalise?
The Greek capital has been invaded by talking frogs, dyed lambs and marble tents. But many locals are furious at the ‘colonial attitudes’ of the German art extravaganza
Noordbrabants Museum, Den Bosch, Netherlands
An astonishing homecoming for this madly inventive artist sets the grotesque against a deep but compassionate melancholy that burns into your soul
A group of skateboard enthusiasts and a Madrid street artist convert abandoned church into mural-covered skatepark
London show will feature modern artwork, fashion, film and music inspired by the Renaissance artist, as well as large collection of original Botticelli paintings
Artist behind Paris’s biggest cultural event of the year has described Dirty Corner as ‘the vagina of the queen’ taking power
The social media site’s ludicrous attempt to ban Gustave Courbet’s masterpiece reveals its ignorance about life itself
One of Europe’s most influential painters has been found guilty of plagiarism. Even if you don’t buy that Luc Tuymans’ painting of a newspaper photo was parodic, it is still a part of his career-long interrogation of all images
Research undertaken by the Van Gogh Museum reveals the master’s favourite paints have faded badly since the 1880s
Norwegian photographer, 32, holds off competition with poignant portraits of Anders Behring Breivik massacre survivors
Berlin’s most famous images, such as Brezhnev and Honecker’s kiss, are on part of the wall set to be demolished for luxury flats
Nord-Pas de Calais region vilified as uncultured by southerners but locals say interest in museum proves stereotype is wrong
Biggest Dalí show in 30 years expected to be latest in series of blockbuster exhibitions in French capital
A beguiling Freud, a dazzling Matisse, a modest De Haan: will these stolen paintings see the light again?
Moving Image, the contemporary video art fair have announced the participating galleries and artists for London 2012.
With an international selection of 35 single-channel videos and installations from Europe, Central Asia, the Middle East, South America, and North America, Moving Image has been conceived to offer a viewing experience with the excitement and vitality of a fair, while allowing moving-image-based artworks to be understood and appreciated on their own terms
Moscow court extends Pussy Riot trio’s detention without setting trial date leading to more public acts of defiance around the world
Italian artist has charmed Helen Mirren into a toga for art that is sublime and sometimes debauched celebration of celebrity
She scoured off a layer of paint in a sculpture by late German artist Martin Kippenberger on loan to a museum in Dortmund
Renovation of Berlin’s East Side Gallery to mark 20th anniversary of the fall of the wall leads to compensation claims