1. Tracey Emin - "I want it taken down"

    Video content

    Video caption: The artist tells Number 10 to remove her neon artwork "More Passion"

    Tracey Emin tells Radio 4's Woman Hour "it's not about a political thing, it's a moral, ethical thing" - and Number 10 doesn't need "any encouragement" for a party atmosphere.

  2. Video content

    Video caption: Art: Andrew Logan's museum celebrates 30 years in Wales

    The world renowned artist will celebrate 50 years of his Alternative Miss World in 2022.

  3. Video content

    Video caption: My art channels the pain from Ethiopia's war

    US-based Tigrayan artist Gabrielle Tesfaye uses her work to share her feelings over the civil war.

  4. Video content

    Video caption: Art: 'People amazed I fold paper for work till they see me work'

    Artist Polly Verity says she has been "lost in a landscape of folded paper" for years.

  5. Exhibition opens at female-focused commercial gallery space

    She Likes the Smell of Lavender by Cece Philips
    Image caption: She Likes the Smell of Lavender by Cece Philips

    An art gallery has launched what it claims to be the first female-focused commercial gallery space in the UK.

    The Gillian Jason Gallery, which has been celebrating the careers of female and non-binary artists since 1982, has opened the space at 19 Great Titchfield Street.

    Its new exhibition, called At Peace, has been curated by artist Jade Foster and features five leading black female artists - Alanis Forde, Miranda Forrester, Sahara Longe, Cece Philips, and Emma Prempeh.

    Them by Emma Prempeh
    Image caption: Them by Emma Prempeh

    The gallery said the five artists had been chosen because they create "works that are unbound by prejudice; subverting and rethinking how black women and figures have been regarded by Western naturalistic classical and modernist traditions within painting".

    Describing the exhibition, Foster said: "The ethereal artworks presented with this exciting exhibition feel ‘at peace’, radiating and basking in a tangible presence of their own by embodying pleasure and contentment."

    At Peace runs until 30 January.