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Take in landscape paintings made by a computer, explore Sean Scully's latest show at the National Gallery or hop over to Mayfair for Gerhard Richter's exhibition at Gagosian
Discover the old stomping grounds of music legends Jimi Hendrix and George Friedric Handel with an intimate look at their London apartments
From Anthony Gormley's virtual reality trip to the moon to AI Gemini, who paints the darkest regions of the lunar surface, this is the art that pushes the boundaries
Anthony Gormley is set to land at the Royal Academy this September with a blockbuster show designed to make you question which way is up
From Dale Chihuly's glass masterpieces at Kew Gardens to the River Thames decked in lights here is your guide to the best outdoor art in London this summer
Inês Neto dos Santos cooks up a storm at the AMP Gallery with Tender Touches, an exhibition you can really get your teeth into
Looking for something off the beaten track? These are the best under-the-radar London art galleries with exhibitions on now
Discover Rembrandt's famous self-portrait alongside works by Francis Bacon, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Lucian Freud, and Pablo Picasso
Smoke and Mirrors: the psychology of magic, at Wellcome Collection is an exhibition focusing on the link between magic and the mind
Celebrate the 200 year anniversary of Queen Victoria with a range of events and exhibitions from childhood treasures at Kensington Palace to short courses at the Victoria and Albert Museum
The haunting prints of Norwegian artist Edvard Munch go on display at the British Museum in an exhibition that taps into our deepest anxieties
Two exhibitions at Kensington Palace will explore the life of Queen Victoria on the bicentenary of her birth
The Barbican presents the wonders of artificial intelligence in a comprehensive exhibition, which explores our relationship with machines that learn, move and develop faster than we could have imagined
Kiss My Genders at Hayward Gallery promises a glittering array of talent from an international cast of artists exploring gender fluidity, trans and intersex identities
Our guide to the unmissable exhibitions in London this year from Van Gogh at Tate Britain to Diane Arbus at the Haywood and Stanley Kubrick at the Design Museum
Everything you need to know about the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition – the world's longest running open submission contemporary art show
Top news and recommendations from this year's Venice Biennale, including some of the best national pavilions and the satellite events everyone is talking about
The largest William Blake exhibition since 2001 brings together more than 300 of the artist's works
The V&A's Mary Quant retrospective opens in a kaleidoscope of colour, woven and stitched with personal memories of the feminist freedom her designs inspired
Gerhard Richter's experiments with paint-smeared photographs come to Gagosian in an exhibition dripping with colour
Living colours: Kasane – the Language of Japanese Colour Combinations at Japan House celebrates the country's love of seasonal hues with delicate silks dyed from natural materials
Discover how printmaking forged a new graphic language in Modernist British art
Celebrate the best of international craftsmanship with our definitive guide on what to see and do during London Craft Week 2019
NS Harsha's cosmic works land at Victoria Miro with an exhibition that includes 1400 miniature elephants
Glass artist Dale Chihuly returns to Kew Gardens with his mesmerising sculptures
On the day originally earmarked as the date for Britain's exit from the EU, Grayson Perry's Brexit vases go on display at the Victoria and Albert Museum
Tate Modern presents Natalia Goncharova's uncompromising and vibrant work in the first UK retrospective of her art
Felix Vallotton's rich career is to be surveyed by the Royal Academy this summer in an exhibition that will include his quietly tense paintings and caustic satirical prints
Whitechapel Gallery imagines solutions to the problems of the future with a collection of renowned artists and architects, which includes 6a and Sir David Adjaye
Tate Britain makes the case for Victorian London's impact on Van Gogh and his short, but incredible career
Manolo Blahnik joins forces with the Wallace Collection to present an unmissable exhibition of his designs displayed alongside the collection's masterpieces
Jew, Money, Myths at the Jewish Museum London, offers an unflinching insight into the history of a damaging cultural stereotype