Denis Donoghue analyses how the categorisation of art is destroying its mystery.
Martha Lane Fox explores how artists collaborate creatively online.
Will art survive the technological and social change of the 21st century?
Underwater artists who paint, sculpt and dance beneath the sea.
Elizabeth Alker and Nikesh Shukla explore art and anxiety.
Grayson Perry questions the often-heard assertion that anything can be art.
We visit the exhibition Big Bang Data at Somerset House
Might explorations of gender in great art of the past help illuminate today's issues?
Art on the US-Mexico Border
Cornelia Parker discusses making art from flattened brass band instruments.
Simon Callow charts the emergence of a wave of openly queer artists in the 1950s and 60s.
Errollyn Wallen meets artists working in places of conflict and danger around the world.
Louise Morris explores the growing interest in ephemeral art - witnessed but not kept.
Might explorations of gender in great art of the past illuminate current gender issues?
Ruby Tandoh on the fascinating, evolving role played by food in art over the centuries.
Exploring an unlikely exhibit of artworks from Guantanamo Bay.
A look at the way artists have looked into their unconscious minds to find inspiration.
The Inbox is open - a unique platform for the creativity of Radio 4 listeners.
An email from a stranger sparks a remarkable friendship.
Anna McNamee meets the artists and poets using genetic science to create stunning works.
A personal, artistic response to the Catalan crisis by Anglo-Spanish artist Sonia Boue.
Al Murray joins Brian and Robin at the Latitude Festival for a science/art showdown.
Illuminated snails dancing, sculpted volcanoes and music playing for 1,000 years.
Tim Marlow explores the kinds of sounds and music that influence an artist's art and work.
Artist Nye Thompson asks how the creative world is reflecting the state of surveillance.
Richard Coles on the inspiration to artists of darkness and the Northern lights in Norway.
Do dyslexia or dyspraxia affect the way you draw? Chris Ledgard investigates.
Edgar Wind considers how machines have influenced the production and evaluation of art.
Combative, provocative and engaging debate chaired by Michael Buerk.
Francine Stock concludes her four-year exploration of how artists responded to WWI.