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Visitors to this year's Hay, Grassington, Buxton and Latitude festivals will be able to sit under a star-studded canopy and be inspired by Diana and Callisto and Diana and Actaeon.
The Ashmolean Museum has permanently acquired John Everett Millais' famous portrait of John Ruskin thanks to the Arts Council Acceptance in Lieu scheme.
An exhibition at the De Morgan Collection brings its guidng light - the inimitable Mrs Stirling, a remarkable Battersea resident, author and collector of Victorian art - to light.
Vitality, diversity and humour are the aims for curator David Thorp in a British Council touring show which brings the likes of David Shrigley and Martin Creed to West Bromwich.
Camden Arts Centre offers an intimate insight into the impassioned life and work of German-Swiss artist Dieter Roth through a collection of his personal diaries and several large-scale installations.
From Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas to Extinct Boids, the cult cartoonist stars in a show of around 100 works, accompanied by accolades from Will Self and Johnny Depp.
Caspar David Friedrich, Albrecht Dürer, Photoshop and a revisited Tokyo childhood inspire Fiona Rae's exhibition at Towner - not to mention "ludicrous but gnomic" elements.
From Alice in Wonderland and the characters of JRR Tolkein to Harry Potter and Abracadabra, the new exhibition at New Walk is a fairytale one.
Having originally worked for the famous Valentino fashion house in Rome, artist Richard Nott's show in one of Britain's finest churches is a survey of exotic dresses.
Surveying two decades of provocative works by the Connect10 artist, Gavin Turk's latest exhibition at Ben Brown Fine Arts features pop art portrayals and bulging busts.
David Shrigley, Laure Prouvost, Lynette Yiadom-Boakye and Tino Sehgal are the four artists who will compete for this year's Turner Prize.
First explored on the cover of magazine Arena Homme Plus last year, David Sims' first UK solo show in 15 years features a Bowie impersonator at the Institute of Contemporary Arts.
Featuring the works of the son of the Rabbi of Kiev who became an acclaimed New York theatre design via Moscow, Paris and Berlin, the Ben Uri's new show is a dramatic one.
Sculptor John Isaacs and muso-artist Billy Childish will be the stars at two German galleries during a weekend uniting 51 contemporary art spaces.
A painter who portrayed his three children growing up and an artist whose sitter was her eldest son are the finalists in the National Portrait Gallery's annual award, which has increased the prize......