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The British Museum's latest exhibition looks at the resilient cultures of the Arctic and how climate change threatens both their past and their future
London’s Royal Academy to stage the first exhibition charting the artist’s fascination with animals
The first major UK retrospective of the late French-Moroccan photographer Leila Alaoui has opened at Somerset House
The Barbican marks 15 years of its association with dancer and choreographer Michael Clark with an exhilarating exhibition that perfectly captures the heady atmosphere of 80s punk London
New dates have been announced for On Point, a detailed exhibition at the V & A documenting the history of the Royal Academy of Dance in its centenary year
The National Gallery exhibition teaming with drama, revenge and ambition – meet Artemisia Gentileschi
A new exhibition outside the Southbank Centre is championing the UK’s black female professors, a minority group who have made it against the odds
Grayson Perry, Chris Ofili and Tracey Emin join unknown hands, rising stars and those famous red dots at the Royal Academy’s long-awaited Summer Exhibition
An exhibition of Lynette Yiadom-Boakye's enigmatic portraits is coming to Tate Britain this autumn
Tracey Emin's exhibition at the Royal Academy will explore her fascination with the powerful work of Edvard Munch
Artist Jan Hendrix's exhibition at Kew Gardens will explore the fragile wonders of Kamay Botany Bay
Bruce Nauman's Tate Modern retrospective promises to be an angsty blockbuster
Palace renovations allow for 65 works from the Royal Collection to be brought together in a gallery exhibition for the first time
Tate Modern stages first-ever UK retrospective of work by pioneering modernist Sophie Taeuber-Arp
An immersive exhibition in the Barbican Curve, Toyin Ojih Odutola's A Countervailing Theory transports you to a mythical time where your imagination soars
Tate Britain spotlights Paul Rego’s visceral, unflinching image-making in the most comprehensive retrospective of her work to date
Tate Modern stages a major theatrical exhibition of work by the Turner Prize-winning artist Lubaina Himid
New Tate Modern Rodin exhibition casts light on a lesser-known side of a much-loved master
An exhibition of works by the great American painter Philip Guston is going on show at the Tate Modern in February
The wonderful world of trees forms the subject of this exhibition at Hayward Gallery
Steve McQueen's school photos projects goes on display at Tate Britain next week
Devised as part of this year's Hyundai Commission, Kara Walker's 13-metre-high fountain explores the genesis of the African diaspora in Tate Modern's Turbine Hall
Five of Titian's most epic paintings are to be reunited for an exhibition at the National Gallery next spring
Book now: Yayoi Kusama's immersive mirror rooms are are coming to Tate Modern to celebrate the institution's 20th birthday
Marina Abramović's life's work is to form a major Royal Academy exhibition this autumn
The wonderful world of Renaissance artist Albrecht Durer will be brought to life through his travels across Europe in this major spring exhibition at the National Gallery
This exhibition, opening in 2020 at the National Gallery, promises to give an insight into Raphael's creative mind
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
The V&A's Epic Iran exhibition will explore 5,000 years of Iranian art, design, and culture through 300 objects in the largest Iranian exhibition in the UK in 88 years
The V&A's Alice In Wonderland exhibition will be an immersive visual bonanza tracing the cultural impact of Lewis Carroll's tale through the ages
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