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August Sander, Rankin and Martin Parr are a few of the artists in a photography festival taking over Liverpool's diverse array of galleries for the next month.
Ben Miller reports from Liverpool where the city's Light Night reveals how a festival can really galvanise a city's imaginative after-hours culture.
From a Bank Holiday party in Cambridge to the inspiring Museums at Night and the opening of the £27 million Mary Rose Museum, here are our history highlights this month.
Vivienne Westwood, Stella McCartney, Christian Dior, Yves St Laurent and more star in a show of style and social change at Liverpool's Sudley House.
From dancers in Fatboy Slim videos to works directed by Andy Warhol, an extensive survey of pop videos past and present features Queen, Prince, Björk, Ladytron and Bob Dylan.
A gold body cast of Olympic gymnast and primetime television twirler Beth Tweddle, will be officially unveiled at the Museum of Liverpool this week.
Tate Liverpool serves up a first UK retrospective of an overlooked Welsh painter with their exhibition covering more than five decades in the life and work of Sylvia Sleigh.
David Hockney, Richard Hamilton, Cindy Sherman and Andy Warhol are among the many artists who show there was more to glam than music at Tate Liverpool.
From Brighton to Newcastle, this month sees extinction, a Squeeze/Hug Machine, steampunk and reconstructed heads in a packed scientific line-up.
Nicola Green followed Barack Obama from stadiums and gyms to his presidential inauguration. Her silkscreens make their European debut at Liverpool's Walker Art Gallery.
An interactive programme of works is taking gallery visitors to FACT in Liverpool into the winter with an electric programme of impressive large-scale reactive installations.
"Hackable" table-tennis games, Arctic gnomes and a trip to Ecuador in our pick of seven Science and Nature exhibitions to keep an eye on this December.
Not seen in London since 1985, the West Coast artist now has shows at Riflemaker, Ben Uri (The London Jewish Museum of Art) and, in Liverpool, at the Black-E.
The Merseyside gallery brings together works about nationhood and migration as part of the Liverpool Biennial, which has launched under the theme The Unexpected Guest.
New director Sally Tallant aims to put Liverpool's art scene in the history books with a wealth of influential work. Mark Sheerin takes a look.