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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.
A superb exhibition that is both needed and memorable
Sculpture trails, free family games, live performances and immersive exhibitions: Canary Wharf is the new go-to for London’s cultural crowd
An excellent courtyard installation and over 1,200 artworks are on show – and for sale – for the Royal Academy's 2022 Summer Exhibition
Theaster Gates has designed the new Serpentine Pavilion as a black chapel – a space for convening and contemplation
The Courtauld Gallery is displaying 18 masterpieces from the KODE Bergen Art Museum, which follows the Norwegian artist’s rise to fame in less than 30 years.
A major survey of Cornelia Parker's immersive sculptures opens at Tate Britain
Time for some euphoria and deep calm
An important and optimistic exhibition on the climate emergency and how we can live more sustainably
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
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
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
Tate Modern will explore the genius of Cézanne and his struggle for recognition
Marina Abramović's life's work is to form a major Royal Academy exhibition this autumn
Kehinde Wiley's new exhibition is set to reimagine the drama of Romanticism in London's National Gallery
A brand new permanent gallery space entitled Being Human is opening at the Wellcome Collection, designed to examine how we see ourselves in relation to each other and the planet
Art on the Underground commissions Turner Prize winner Laure Prouvost
The first after-hours Selfridges restaurant dazzles diners with Art Deco interiors, an eclectic menu and a giant pegasus by Damien Hirst
We bring you our top tips on art fairs this spring, whether you are looking for an affordable print or a statement purchase
Japan House London is a regal celebration of all things Japanese
Everything you need to know about the Sadiq Khan balloon
Looking for a museum experience unlike any other? Try an Uncomfortable Art Tour
Find out what inspired René Goscinny to create the Astérix cartoons, one of the most popular comic series of all time
London's answer to the New York High Line: discover a side of the East End you never knew existed on the The Line sculpture walk