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A fleet of artists including Tracey Emin, Tacita Dean and Yinka Shonibare feature in a dual-site exhibition at John Hansard Gallery and the SeaCity Museum.
Turner and Frankenthaler are not an obvious pairing. But their side-by-side display in Margate provides a startling exhibition, says Rhiannon Starr.
From predators to shamanism and Hans Holbein to canaries, a six-section show in Norwich will feature hundreds of representations of birds through the centuries.
Take a look at five of the highlights from a £974,000 collection of the mid-20th century painter's works, bought by National Museum Wales.
An absorbing exhibition at Kettle's Yard explores the work of Ben and Winifred Nicholson and their work with Christopher Wood, Alfred Wallis and William Staite Murray.
Fans of 20th and 21st century British painting are in for a treat as the Jerwood Gallery in Hastings reveals the Jerwood Collection in a major exhibition stretching across both floors.
A mid-18th century vista made for a Grand Tourist has been bought by the Ashmolean, with curators professing their adoration for the "luminous" quality of the painting.
A show of hyperrealist painting in West Midlands may divide opinion, but from diners to subway dwellers it should defy expectation. Mark Sheerin visits.
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South African painter Albert Adams fuses his responses to apartheid repression and South African identities with German Expressionism in this timely retrospective.
If you think John Craxton's best works are his Samuel Palmer-inspired pastorals of the 1940s, think again: the Fitzwilliam reveals the full and joyous influence of Greece on one of our most......
Hidden beneath the lining on the back of a 19th century canvas, conservators have discovered a previously unknown, "enormously exciting" John Constable oil sketch.
An intimate exhibition, celebrating the acquisition of a Turner watercolour lost from public display for almost 100 years, is an exquisite portrait of Brighton, says Jessica King.
Middlesbrough-born painter William Tillyer gets the full retrospective treatment in his hometown with a wide ranging and absorbing show at MIMA.
Within a comprehensive Dulwich show, a bracing journey along the Thames creates a portrait of the changing 19th century London as seen by Whistler.