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A major survey of Cornelia Parker's immersive sculptures opens at Tate Britain
The skies are blue, the holidays are just around the corner and the beach is calling. Here are ten paintings to get you in the mood for summer
Time for some euphoria and deep calm
Mind-blowing, Dreamachine experience is one of a kind and will make you realise that it's really all in your mind
London Craft Week returns to remind us of the sheer pleasure of slowing down and making objects by hand
Two stunning exhibitions at Tate Britain and the return of Andreas Gursky at the White Cube…May brings an exciting selection of art to see.
Size, perfection, anonymity and the inexorability of time: Andreas Gursky’s endless reflections on modern society are on display at the White Cube
An important and optimistic exhibition on the climate emergency and how we can live more sustainably
The beauty of our everyday: Caroline Walker's work conveys an intimate and contemporary take on women's position in society
Tate Britain's major exhibition on Walter Sickert sheds light on this provocative and influential artist of London life
The National Gallery showcases an extraordinary retrospective of Raphael’s complete career and brings a new light on the Renaissance giant.
See the magical kingdoms of Walt Disney beside the beautiful French Rococo art and design that inspired it.
Rana Begum’s colourful interventions bring lightness and form to the illuminated architecture of Pitzhanger Manor and Gallery
The Procession, Tate Britain's latest installation by Hew Locke, is powerful and unsettling
Revisiting menswear from the Renaissance to our digital contemporary time, the V&A’s gorgeous exhibition explores how, as a mirror to masculinity, men’s fashion is inexorably becoming genderless
As the weather improves and the evenings become brighter, thoughts turn to outdoor pursuits and warmer days. Here are 10 paintings to help get you in the mood for spring
From Demna Gvasalia's powerful Balenciaga show to the demise of Russian artists and oligarch collectors, the invasion of Ukraine challenges the art world
With its Postwar Modern Exhibition the Barbican takes us on a journey through the hearts and minds of British artists working in the 20 years after World War II
With an unfathomable war seeming so near, Tate’s Surrealism Beyond Borders exhibition feels acutely timely
A 'forest' of Magdalena Abakanowicz's fabric sculptures to go on display at Tate Modern this autumn
The first major Lucian Freud exhibition for a decade will showcase the master's long and influential career
Three art galleries' exhibitions we love this month
The delicate sculptures of Maria Bartuszová to go on display in major Tate Modern exhibition
This charming little exhibition is a bucolic escape into the poetic and water-coloured world of Beatrix Potter
From Francis Bacon's haunting bull to Whistler's Woman in White and Louise Bourgeois' Woven Child, your guide to the must-see London art exhibitions in 2022
From Noguchi's stylish sculptures at the Barbican to Lynette Yiadom-Boakye's intimate, contemplative paintings at Tate Britain, the best art exhibitions of 2021
From stocking fillers to bold statement pieces, inspire aesthetes and magpies this Christmas with our ultimate guide to gifts for art lovers
Let us guide you through the winter months with 10 paintings that will have you reaching for the hot chocolate
From the recovered grandeur of the Great Room to the Renaissance suites restored with an exquisite colour palette, the renovated Courtauld Gallery is a pure marvel
From the re-opening of the Courtauld Gallery to the much-awaited Lubaina Himid exhibition at Tate Modern, here are the most anticipated exhibitions in London this November.
With a host of exciting art exhibitions opening in London this autumn, we hone in on six shows in St James’s, all within walking distance of one another
From Poussin's orgies of dance and revelry at the National Gallery to the beguiling drawings of Hokusai at the British Museum, here are the shows to see this autumn