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Phyllida Barlow's towering creations land at the Royal Academy in London
Franz West is set to be Tate Modern's spring blockbuster, as this beautifully realised retrospective celebrates the artist's colourful work
Ground-breaking performance artist Marina Abramović presents her latest work at Serpentine Galleries – but for one week only
A Week With Marilyn brings together a collection of rare images by photographer Ed Feingersh, giving an intimate window into the star's life
This exhibition of iconic images from the height of David Bailey's career is a veritable who's who of 60's cool, from Michael Caine to London's most notorious gangster family.
A new retrospective of the early years of American photographer Diane Arbus comes to the Hayward Gallery, London
British abstract painter Frank Bowling is given his first major retrospective at Tate Britain in May – an exhibition that will include his iconic poured paintings
February sees the first major UK exhibition of Norwegian painter Harald Sohlberg at the Dulwich Picture Gallery
Celebrate 50 years of Black creativity in Britain at the major new Somerset House exhibition Get Up! Stand Up!
Coinciding with the major V&A Christian Dior exhibition is a more intimate photography exhibition at Proud Central London exploring Dior's revolutionary beginnings
British artist Tracey Emin returns to White Cube London for a major solo show of poignant new work
Not just for seasoned collectors: dip your toes into the contemporary art market at the Affordable Art Fair Battersea, Spring 2019
You're going to want to plan a trip to Oxford: Ashmolean museum stages a major Jeff Koons exhibition
Portraits, landscapes, travel assignments and photojournalism: a major Don McCullin exhibition strips away fake news culture
The Design Museum explores the stories that monuments tell through the work of award-winning architect David Adjaye
We tell you everything you need to know about the upcoming Tate Modern Olafur Eliasson exhibition
The UK's fastest-growing arts extravaganza returns with underground parties, comedy and theatre at The Vaults Festival 2019
Royal Academy London explores the pivotal role of the Renaissance nude in a major new exhibition
Fashion designer turned sculptor Nicole Farhi presents her largest solo exhibition to date. Folds, at Beaux Arts London gallery, celebrates feminine flesh in sumptuous splendour
Laura Buckley's walk-in kaleidoscope, Mia Feuer's Jerusalem Donkey and psychedelic still-life collages feature in a new exhibition at Saatchi Gallery London
The first Da Vinci art exhibition in 65 years comes to London in May
An ambitious exhibition at the V&A offers visitors an insight into the future of the food cycle
Ground-breaking Royal Academy exhibition showcases drawings by Italian Renaissance master Michelangelo alongside video art by Bill Viola
Tate Modern triumphantly kicks off its 2019 exhibition programme with the first major Pierre Bonnard exhibition in twenty years
Painter Anna Liber Lewis and musician Kieran Hebden AKA Four Tet are lifelong friends. Elephant West brings them together for Muscle Memory, a multi-sensory exhibition
The Design Museum Home Futures exhibition looks at the past, present and future of our living spaces
Manga has been influencing the western world for years. Now, the British Museum is giving you the opportunity to see the largest ever manga exhibition outside of Japan
The upcoming Tate Britain Sixty Years exhibition celebrates women artists working in Britain from 1960 to present
Japan House London is a regal celebration of all things Japanese
The 2019 Serpentine Forward Programme concludes with the first solo Faith Ringgold exhibition in a European public institution
The Serpentine hosts the first exhibition of work by Venezuelan artist Luchita Hurtado in an institution
Recently named the most influential person in contemporary art, Hito Steyerl comes to the Serpentine to explore power and digital technology