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Czech carnivals and a "Pandora's Box" of shape-shifting, imaginary scenes as photographer Markéta Luskačová and painter Francis West combine mystical forces.
Barbara Windsor, Rob da Bank, Joely Richardson and Tony Robinson are among a cast of 40 well-known Londoners to describe their favourite sites across the capital.
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.
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.
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.
The premiere of a new work by light magicians rAndom International hit the headlines at London's Horniman. There was music, dancing and poetry. Gin also materialised.
Museums at Night created a rare chance to sneak inside a 19th century London house, complete with waiting Victorian residents. Richard Moss went to take a look.
Ahead of his Museums at Night appearance at the Freud Museum in London, Martin Creed reveals to Culture24's Mark Sheerin why he is a big fan of Freud.
The dark cube-like Shoreditch gallery's new exhibition is putting the pick of recent graduates in their best light. Mark Sheerin takes a look.
Ruth Hazard joins five lucky Museums at Night competition winners who visited the fabled Faber Archive in Bloomsbury for literary tales, readings and rare manuscripts.
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.
The Swiss artist's first major commission in the UK uses projected metallic shapes to create an illusion across buildings spanning 542 metres.
An installation art duo are carrying out a reclamation of the "oddly significant" artefacts from a doomed set of labs where leading scientists once worked in London.
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.