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Celebrate the centenary of Mandela's birth with a new exhibition tracing his phenomenal life achievements at Southbank Centre
What you need to know about the new creative and cultural hub in High St Ken
Dots, infinity nets, pumpkins and more: Yayoi Kusama returns to Victoria Miro London this November with a major solo show of new work
As part of the Hayward Gallery's 50th anniversary celebrations, enjoy Lee Bul's sinister but utterly beautiful first major UK retrospective for just 50p
Fortnum's X Frank makes a triumphant return this autumn with a showcase of 70 large-scale monochromatic works by British landscape artist John Virtue
Contemporary art stars fill the Square Mile with large-scale outdoor sculpture installations for Sculpture in the City, 2018
Tate Modern kicks off its 2019 exhibition programme with the first major Pierre Bonnard exhibition in twenty years
Frieze Sculpture – London's best free outdoor sculpture garden – returns to Regent’s Park with a roster of big names in contemporary art
Celebrate the history of the Royal Academy's longest running show with a fascinating journey through 250 years of art
Celebrate the man in the mirror and the art he has inspired at the new National Portrait Gallery exhibition
Return to the smokey dance halls of the seventies at Southbank’s immersive ABBA exhibition
Poignant, moving and utterly transfixing: this long overdue Barbican photography exhibition brings the penetrating portraits of Dorothea Lange into sharp focus
As part of a landmark collaboration between The National Gallery, The NPG and The RA, Tacita Dean: Landscape explores Dean's versatility and extraordinary talent
New Tate Britain exhibition magnificently explores the impact of WWI on European art between 1916 and 1932
A rare display of Thomas Cole’s landscapes have crossed the waters and landed at the National Gallery: it's time for mountain crags, epic vistas and transnational debate
The artist who wrapped the Reichstag in fabric unveils his first major UK outdoor sculpture on the Serpentine. It's unfathomable and quite extraordinary
Come worship at the altar of Frida Kahlo in a rare exhibition of her wardrobe and possessions
Progress and pop art: Ed Ruscha’s Course of Empire at the National Gallery is a 2018 highlight
Familial love captured in emotional brushwork and often lurid colours: the National Portrait Gallery announces the winner of the BP Portrait Award 2018
New tower opens at Westminster Abbey offering access to exclusive views and a collection of treasures
US artist Sarah Sze returns to Victoria Miro in Islington with two new site-specific works
Guest curator Grayson Perry breathes new life into the Summer Exhibition; Royal Academy of Art's longest running annual showcase of contemporary art
Tomma Abts brings her mesmerising paintings to the Serpentine Galleries in her first UK solo show to date
Pack your bags, grab your camera and head for the open road: pioneering expressionist Alexander Calder merits a day trip to Hauser & Wirth Somerset
One of the most significant shows of the year opens at Tate Modern: Picasso 1932, Love, Fame, Tragedy is erotic, often brutal but everything we hoped it would be
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
Following her acclaimed installation at South London Gallery last autumn, Katharina Grosse comes to Gagosian with an explosive new body of work
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
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