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Let us guide you through the winter months with 10 paintings that will have you reaching for the hot chocolate
The National Gallery's Paul Gauguin exhibition is the first ever exhibition to focus solely on the artist's portraits
The British Museums launch an exhibition exploring the influence of the Islamic world on western art
The RCA Secret auction opened on the first weekend of December. Check back nearer the time for more details.
Jeremy Deller and Helen Beard are among the artists announced for this year's Art on a Postcard Secret Auction
From Grayson Perry's views on consumerism at Victoria Miro to Cuba's revolutionary art the House of Illustration, here are the shows to see this week
The Barbican Centre's immersive look into the world of cabarets and clubs invites you to become a child of the night
Dulwich Picture Gallery is to present 35 of Rembrandt's paintings in an exhibition exploring his inimitable rendering of light
What to see at Frieze Art Fair 2019: read our insider's guide and navigate the scrum with flair
Damien Hirst's Treasures from the Wreck of the Unbelievable come to Claridges
Eminent South African artist Mary Sibande has her first solo show at Somerset House
The Woolwich Contemporary Print Fair is bringing the best in contemporary printmaking to London
Ai Weiwei's latest exhibition, Roots at Lisson Gallery, touches on environmental issues and the forced movement of people with subtly referenced pieces
Devised as part of this year's Hyundai Commission, Kara Walker's 13-metre-high fountain explores the genesis of the African diaspora in Tate Modern's Turbine Hall
The Old Royal Naval College has re-opened the Painted Hall, one of Europe's most beautiful eighteenth century interiors
From Ai Weiwei's nature inspired sculptures at Lisson Gallery to Bridge Riley's optical art at the Hayward, these are the best exhibitions to see this October
Es Devlin has unveiled a large-scale map of human thought specially commissioned by Pitzhanger Manor and Gallery
The first UK retrospective of Brazilian artist Anna Maria Maiolino will bring a lifetime of personal and political reflections to Whitechapel Gallery
This September the House of Illustration will launch a fascinating exhibition of Cuban propaganda art
The Affordable Art Fair returns to Battersea for its 20th anniversary with a '90s twist
Damien Hirst's first major London solo exhibition in seven years comes to White Cube Gallery, Mason's Yard
Grayson Perry examines consumerism and identity in his latest exhibition at Victoria Miro
Mark Leckey's immersive exhibition, O' Magic Power of Bleakness, comes to Tate Britain
Somerset House will stage a major multi-disciplinary exhibition titled 24/7 with over 50 interactive installations examining our always-on lifestyles
Antony Gormley's monumental solo show at the Royal Academy provides an experience that is physical as well as visual
Your passport to the weird and wonderful world of Tim Walker, the man who brings fashion fairy tales to life
Dulwich Picture Gallery announces an exhibition that explores the history of photography through depictions of plant life
Tate Modern is set to hold a major Andy Warhol exhibition in spring 2020
Frieze London 2019 brings a starry array of satellite exhibitions and events to the capital, here are the must-see shows of Frieze Week
Lina Iris Viktor's sumptuous paintings are coming to Autograph for an immersive exhibition this September
Uncompromising artist Mona Hatoum fills White Cube Gallery with thought-provoking installations
The Design Museum will showcase the most innovative designs of 2019