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A new exhibition at Thomas Williams Fine Art shows how the Bay Area School affected the post-war American art scene dramatically and helped define a new counter-culture.
Great botanical illustrators from across the centuries, including the artist who made a fateful trip with Captain Cook and important contributors to science, feature in Tring.
Moving off the catwalk and into the wilderness, PM Gallery presents a journey through fashion’s love affair with nature, featuring designers Donna Karan, Giles Deacon and Zandra Rhodes.
Curators have worked with authors Philip Pullman, Alan Garner and Susan Cooper for a new show at the ancient library where JRR Tolkein and CS Lewis also once worked.
Those Victorians knew how to party...Ruth Hazard has a brush with Queen Victoria during an immersive Museums at Night at Lord Leighton's opulent gaff, Leighton House.
Museums at Night wouldn't be complete without a night-time tour of a medieval castle. Lewes Castle in East Sussex duly obliged, Culture24's Jenni Davdson went along for the ride.
Shown together for the first time, a London retrospective looks at the artworks spawned by British trip-hop artists Massive Attack during the past two decades.
Model Court, a collective of visual and conceptual artists, provides a striking interrogation of the controversial use of technology in universal jurisdiction.
Find out about a pair of shoes which were handmade in Paris for a dancer during the 1920s but illustrate a design style still prevalent in swish footwear almost a century on.
Owned by the Duke of Wellington in the magnificent Hyde Park house he lived in after Waterloo, Americus Backers' 241-year-old grand piano has gone on public view.
Organisers in York say the painstaking process of adding lettering to the side of a 1930s locomotive from Canada is the culmination of a "labour of love".
Maurizio Anzeri creates imagined identities from found photographs and abstract embroidery as part of Diffusion, Cardiff's Biennial International Photography Festival.
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.
The Heritage Lottery Fund has announced initial support worth £68 million for six major projects in England, Scotland and Northern Ireland.
A century after Harry Brearley hit upon the formula for "rustless" steel, a renamed room and two displays at Kelham Island Museum honour the Sheffield lad's achievements.