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2017 Open House London invites the curious to explore the city's private buildings for one weekend only: from bronze mosquitoes to the Shard, London has it all
Not just for billionaires: first-time buyers dip their toes into the contemporary art market at the Affordable Art Fair Autumn Edition
Spanning five decades Red Star Over Russia explores art made by Russian and Soviet artists from the Russian Revolution of 1905 to the death of Stalin in 1953.
In this long overdue retrospective, the monumental power of the Scythian warriors will reign once more
Blast off into outer space with the spectacular Insight Astronomy Photographer of the Year exhibition in Greenwich: Winner announced this September
Tate Britain is set to explore an overlooked chapter of the Impressionist story in an upcoming exhibition on the Impressionists in London
Exploring black art at the height of the US civil rights movement, Tate's latest exhibition, Soul of a Nation, is a majestic triumph
400 years, 7 operas, and a display spanning geography, history and art: the V&A and Royal Opera House collaborate to stage the first blockbuster exhibition on opera
A rare display of Thomas Cole’s landscapes is making its way across the waters: expect mountain crags and transnational debate
Before you wonder if you’re seeing double: Renaissance painters Giovanni Bellini and Andrea Mantegna will be getting their long overdue joint exhibition at the National Gallery next autumn
The first UK exhibition of Lorenzo Lotto's portraits and religious canvases comes to the National Gallery next year
Ahead of Frieze Fair in October, Frieze Sculpture rolls into town with a major summer exhibition. The best thing? It's free and open all summer long
Why the long face? Book now for the autumn 2017 Tate Modigliani exhibition
Contemporary art stars fill the City of London with the best public art in town for the seventh edition of Sculpture in the City
A nine-year-old and an adult review the thrilling, terrifying Carsten Holler slide: but who was braver?
Relive your favourite adventures with Hetty Feather at the Foundling Museum exhibition
Pink Floyd return to the stage at the V&A’s latest blockbuster retrospective, 50 years after they recorded their debut single Arnold Layne
Tate Queer Art – one of the first LGBT exhibitions in a major London cultural institution
Royal College of Art Secret Postcard Sale: try your luck at the annual Secret Art event and bid on anonymous postcards by international megastars and emerging talents
Discover the life and work of adored children's author Michael Morpurgo at V&A Museum of Childhood exhibition, summer 2017
A baobab by way of Berlin... 2017 pavilion Serpentine design has us sitting in a tree
Discover the remarkable 500-year story of humanoid robots at the Science Museum's 2017 blockbuster exhibition
Lo and behold this once-in-a-lifetime Picasso exhibition: Tate Modern announces for 2018 Picasso 1932 – Love, Fame, Tragedy
Moomins, gonks and cinnamon buns aplenty: the Southbank Centre Nordic Matters festival programme is set to delight. Skål!
The snazzy new Barbican Centre shop opens its doors after a major revamp, and introduces its Maker Series
Could this be the exhibition of 2017? Cézanne's portraits come to the National Portrait Gallery
Sci-fi nerds rejoice! A Star Wars exhibition is coming to the O2 this year and we can't wait to join the Jedis!
Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2016 reminds us all what a phenomenal and fragile world we live in
Truly one of the greats: at long last the late New York artist Basquiat gets the recognition he deserves, with this massive Barbican retrospective
20th century American heavyweight Jasper Johns is one of the most famous living creators. Drink in his remarkable works at this very rare UK exhibition
A giant thumbs up! Get to know 'Really Good': David Shrigley takes over Trafalgar Square's empty Fourth Plinth this autumn
This October, London's Royal Academy of Arts will be home to an exhibition exploring the friendship and links between Marcel Duchamp and Salavador Dalí