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An exhibition of the life and works of Beatrix Potter at the V&A promises an immersive story-telling experience
An elegant survey of works by Sophie Taeuber-Arp at Tate Modern highlights the artist's innovative genius
Tate Britain spotlights Paula Rego’s visceral, unflinching image-making in the most comprehensive retrospective of her work to date
Wembley Park adds new works to its famed open air Art Trail, bringing to 14 the number of exhibits in a variety of mediums accessible for free
The Design Museum’s retrospective of the work of French prodigy Charlotte Perriand explores the designer’s huge contribution to modern architecture
Postponed until 2022, this exhibition at the National Gallery, promises to give an insight into Raphael's creative mind
The designers of this year's Serpentine pavilion have London at heart
The Van Gogh Alive show is definitely not for the purists, but walking into the Dutch artist's world is an exhilarating experience
In this series of portraits – which includes a number of new paintings of the artist’s mother Darryll – Chantal Joffe tackles issues of ageing, motherhood and invisibility
A blockbuster David Hockney exhibition at the Royal Academy celebrates the newness of spring
The V&A's Epic Iran exhibition explores 5,000 years of Iranian art, design, and culture through 300 objects in the largest Iranian exhibition in the UK in 88 years
The heroine of Lewis Carroll’s Alice books has influenced fashion, art and even politics. This blockbuster exhibition at the V&A charts Alice’s enduring appeal
The Science Museum reopens its door with an inspiring new exhibition: Our Future Planet.
180 The Strand unveils a breathtaking immersive project by Japanese electronic composer and visual artist Ryoji Ikeda, taking us on a cyber-technological sensorial experience
Armitage's vibrant paintings fuse African and European traditions in an uncompromising exploration of Kenyan life
A free exhibition at the National Gallery highlights a Polish national treasure
As we emerge from lockdown, Kusama's dazzling power remains intact. Her ability to transport us into the heart of her obsessional and mysterious imagination is both welcome and exhilarating.
Brutal Beauty, a comprehensive retrospective of French artist Jean Dubuffet at the Barbican, challenges our notions of art, beauty and the world around us
Latest sculptures and paintings in Yayoi Kusama's My Eternal Soul series to go on display a Victoria Miro
Theatre and dance photographer Camilla Greenwell talks to Culture Whisper about her new exhibition, Movement in Still Form, which explores moments of dance creation
An exhibition at the V&A invites us into the opulent world of Carl Fabergé and his London clientele
The Whitechapel Gallery is staging the largest exhibition of Eileen Agar’s work to date
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
The National Maritime Museum is shining a spotlight on present-day seafarers in its year-long exhibition Exposure: Lives at Sea
Previously unseen footage of Margot Fonteyn is the centrepiece of On Point at the V&A, an exhibition documenting 100 years of the Royal Academy of Dance
An exhibition of Banksy's artworks is coming to London, featuring iconic and less well-known works by the satirical artist
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 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
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