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Let us guide you through the winter months with 10 paintings that will have you reaching for the hot chocolate
From stocking fillers to bold statement pieces, inspire aesthetes and magpies this Christmas with our ultimate guide to gifts for art lovers
A 'forest' of Magdalena Abakanowicz's woven sculptures t on display at Tate Modern this autumn
Seven impressive female artists offer a fresh look at art in the 1900s
Winter Light returns to the Southbank Centre this festive season to brighten up the river with a dazzling exhibition of light art alongside its regular Christmas market
There is nothing better than visiting a museum on a rainy November day. Our top London exhibitions to see this month feature multidimensional paintings and a forest of woven sculptures.
Those two disturbing and fun exhibitions reflect the horror of our times. Not to be missed!
Nightmare on Embankment brings together dozens of disturbing and playful artworks.
At times riveting, at times revolting, Hayward Gallery’s Strange Clay exhibition showcases the craziest ceramics creations and offers a foray into our lockdown months
Frieze opening day is as much about looking at the people as it is about looking at the art
Leighton House and Sambourne, two very different Kensington houses re-open after a refurbishment and they are spectacular
Beyond Frieze -- exhibitions we love
Tate Modern explores the genius of Cézanne and his struggle for recognition
The first major Lucian Freud exhibition for a decade will showcase the master's long and influential career
K-pop, politics and Parasite are all part of a sensational blockbuster exhibition of Korean culture at V&A
Fragile, egg-like sculptures shine a light on the beautiful and evocative work of Slovakian sculptor Maria Bartuszova in Tate Modern's small exhibition
Drawings, tapestry, film, a puppet show and even an opera feature in the Royal Academy's homage to South African artist William Kentridge
Body Politics, a comprehensive retrospective of Carolee Schneemann’s work, gives an intense account of the versatile American artist’s vision and art
Music, theatre, visual arts and dance were the richer for the patronage of Queen Elizabeth II, who has died, aged 96
Six art galleries' exhibitions we love this month
If you are having trouble saying goodbye to the summer never fear, here are 10 paintings to get you looking forward to those autumnal hues
Masterfully curated by senior V&A curator Christine Checinska, this exhibition brings a much-needed fresh and diverse perspective on African fashion which spans centuries.
If you are tired of being stuck inside, there is a wealth of art waiting for you in the great outdoors in London and beyond
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
London Craft Week returns to remind us of the sheer pleasure of slowing down and making objects by hand
The Procession, Tate Britain's latest installation by Hew Locke, is powerful and unsettling
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
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 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.