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Get your Frida fix ahead of one of the best London museum exhibitions of the year
Following the success of Project 84, Mark Jenkins opens a solo show of new work at London Gallery, Lazinc
Visual taxonomies, a deeply affecting filmic study, and an exploration of governmental control: the 2018 Deutsche Börse nominees take over the Photographers' Gallery
From pleasure arcades to jam-packed beaches, celebrate the nation’s love affair with the British seaside at this contemporary photography exhibition
Blenheim Palace celebrates the works of colour visionary, Yves Klein, on what would be his 90th birthday
Pace London showcase their first solo presentation by Julian Schnabel – the legendary New York-based painter turned film director
Following her acclaimed installation at South London Gallery last autumn, Katharina Grosse comes to Gagosian with an explosive new body of work
A photographer at the top of her game, Lizzie Sadin wins the Carmignac Photojournalism Award 2018 for her stark portrayal of Nepalese human trafficking
This four-day London festival brings together four leading lifestyle events, Grow London, Spirit of Summer, HOUSE and The Art & Antiques Fair Olympia, to celebrate stylish summer living
Find out what inspired René Goscinny to create the Astérix cartoons, one of the most popular comic series of all time
A blockbuster tribute to the genius of a designer who dealt not only in haute couture, but in timeless beauty
New V&A museum exhibition explores the power of design and technology in shaping the future of our world – It's got honourable ambitions, but unfortunately lands a little flat
Scottish ceramicist Jennifer Lee announced as the winner of the Loewe Craft Prize 2018
One of the most charming London museum exhibitions of the year explores the neglected relationship between photography and abstract art from 1910 to the modern day
Off the beaten track, but photographic heaven, this Monroe showcase is one of the most Instagrammable art exhibitions London has to offer this spring
The Royal Academy makes a splash with Oceania, the UK's first large-scale overview of South Pacific art
A show documenting the fascinating life and works of Suzanne Perlman is to open at the Dutch Centre
A ground-breaking new Rodin exhibition at the British Museum explores how the ancient world shaped the artistic vision of a modern master
Return to the smokey dance halls of the seventies at Southbank’s immersive ABBA exhibition
The first UK Joseph Beuys retrospective in ten years lands at Galeire Thaddaeus Ropac – one of London's best art galleries
Familial love captured in emotional brushwork and often lurid colours: the National Portrait Gallery announces its BP Portrait Award shortlist
The National Gallery's new exhibition of Claude Monet paintings majestically illuminates a much neglected facet of the painter's work
Tech heads, listen up! A new exhibition at the V&A London celebrates digital art and the rapidly changing design of videogames
The relationship between art and intimacy is explored in the upcoming Barbican exhibition, Modern Couples
Explore a 'video game that plays itself' with Ian Cheng's infinitely evolving trilogy of virtual reality simulations, Emissaries, at the Serpentine Gallery
Damien Hirst has never done anything by halves: this once-in-a-lifetime exhibition in stately home Houghton Hall is no exception
The museum will replace portraits of its male governors with paintings of the women who played a crucial role in its history
This new exhibition asks us to get acquainted with unknown contemporary artists: unfortunately we're left with little to go on
Jerwood prize winning artist Shani Rhys James explores the process of ageing in new London exhibition
World-renowned performance artist Joan Jonas's solo exhibition is a commitment worth making
A rare opportunity to find out how and why Tolkien created Middle-earth – and discover more about the man behind the masterpiece
A guaranteed hit. Come worship at the altar of Frida Kahlo in a rare exhibition of her wardrobe and possessions