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Exhibitions
Exhibitions

Emma Talbot at the Whitechapel Gallery review: a true visionary

The prize-winning artist’s new show is utterly contemporary, preoccupied with the here and now, yet clearly informed by ancient languages

Exhibitions

Africa Fashion at the V&A review: Succinct and celebratory

This exhibition wraps visitors in the world of the African scene and will leave them hungry for more

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In the Black Fantastic review: Unlikely to be a better show this year

This fascinating collection of artistic work is immediately stimulating yet deeply resonant

Theatre

Sun & Sea at LIFT: the climate change opera that audiences adore

A smash-hit at the Venice Biennale, this unique performance is about to open in south London

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A Thousand Words for Weather - Artangel at Senate House Library

This atmospheric installation brings the weather inside one of London’s most imposing buildings

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Last chance and book now! The exhibitions to see in London this month

The city is a treasure trove of ever-changing art, so let’s get out there

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Royal Academy Summer Show 2022: The end is nigh, so why not buy art?

The annual open submission art exhibition is back in its summer slot with a climate change theme

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Mayfair Art Weekend: Everything there is to see and do

The annual Mayfair weekend is back with a stonking number of galleries onboard plus some new exhibitions

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The best free exhibitions in London right now: culture at no cost

Want to have a fun day out but also save those pennies? These free London art exhibitions are the perfect solution

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French street artist Miss. Tic dies at 66

Miss. Tic was famed for her subversive, feminist street paintings

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In the Air at the Wellcome Collection: pollution and politics permeate

The stuff we breathe is the subject of this fascinating new show

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Anna ‘Delvey’ Sorokin launches art exhibition to tell ‘my story’

Sorokin, whose story was told in Netflix series Inventing Anna, is moving into art

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Feminine Power: the Divine to the Demonic review - A sweeping journey

Female figures from world religions and mythologies form the focus of the British Museum’s new exhibition

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Dreamachine: The wildest trip you can take without breaking the law

Using just flickering light, this new art installation will lead you on a psychedelic adventure

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The best exhibitions to see at London Gallery Weekend 2022 - for free

London’s commercial galleries are thriving and there’s tons to see, for free

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The apple of Gauguin’s eye goes on show in Tate’s Cézanne spectacular

Many of French artist Paul Cézanne’s works will be displayed in the UK for the first time from October

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Lindsay Seers & Keith Sargent - Cold Light review: A beguiling show

Don’t expect to emerge with a clear sense of what this exhibition means, but do expect to be absorbed and even enthralled

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Future Shock review: Dramatic but forgettable installations

The works are striking but it feels like something is missing

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Walter Sickert review: This is a wonderful show, full of drama

This marvellously comprehensive exhibition documents the evolution of Sickert as an artist

Exhibitions

What to see at the Venice Biennale: Sonia Boyce to the Sami Pavilion

The Venice Biennale is back and it’s as thrilling as ever, but what should you take the time to see?

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Wellington: Women and Friendship review: Worth a visit to Apsley House

This small but intriguing exhibition suggests that the Duke of Wellington set a great deal of store by women as friends

Theatre

The best shows to take kids and teens to in the Easter school holidays

Our guide to what to see with your family over the break

Exhibitions

New Harry Potter exhibition celebrating fantastic beasts to open

The exhibition will introduce viewers to the world of Harry Potter’s weird and wonderful creatures

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Venice Biennale artist Sonia Boyce on her British Pavilion show

The trailblazer is finally getting her due, and not before time

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Japan: Courts & Culture at the Queen’s Gallery: glittering gifts

This show of royal gifts from Japan to successive English monarchs has much to enjoy - but a bigger exhibition is surely overdue

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Raphael at National Gallery: a Renaissance man fit for his pedestal

The long-awaited blockbuster exhibition finally opens at the National Gallery, and it’s an onslaught of beauty

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Football: Designing the Beautiful Game - a treasure trove of stories

A new exhibition focusing on the world’s most popular game from a design perspective is full of fascinating nuggets

Exhibitions

Canaletto’s Venice Revisited in Greenwich: postcards of a city at risk

A marvellous collection of works by the artist form the centrepiece of this show that looks at Venice then and now

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Inspiring Walt Disney at the Wallace Collection: hail the human touch

This exhibition reveals just how much Walt Disney revelled in the Rococo

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Radio Ballads review: affirms the transformative power of art

The show, featuring multiple films and video installations from four artists, takes a few hours to see - but it’s really worth the time investment