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In a commission for this month's Brighton Festival, artist James Bridle has created a scale representation of the reaper drones which cast deadly shadows over modern war.
With Mariele Neudecker at the Regency Townhouse and four satellite works around town, HOUSE 2013 could be the best yet.
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.
From the Thames and Kew Gardens to Greenland and journeys through the Earth, May is an inspiring month in Science and Nature. Here are a few exhibitions we've spotted.
The second exhibition at a gallery attuned to climate concerns is a strikingly simple and multi-disciplinary one, says Mary Stevens.
Mariele Neudecker's three-storey show at Brighton's Regency Town House could represent the German installation artist's most ambitious work to date, says Mary Stevens.
Did curators in Brighton have one eye on the forecast when they were formulating their new Ice Age exhibition? Sarah Jackson takes a look at cave bear skulls, hand axes and orangutan jaws.
Known for her poignant sartorial installations across the world, Finnish artist Kaarina Kaikkonen tells us why she has good feelings about her new project in Brighton.
Eight years after it launched, Festival Director Richard Robinson says the aim is to excite secondary school children at Brighton Science Festival
From Brighton to Newcastle, this month sees extinction, a Squeeze/Hug Machine, steampunk and reconstructed heads in a packed scientific line-up.
Artists including Peter Blake have portrayed a range of extinct and endangered birds in a feathered exhibition at a new gallery in Brighton, says Jessica Strudwick.
Installation artist Geraldine Pilgrim's recreations of the pagodas George IV used to dazzle his visitors should not be missed, says Amelia Charman.
Astonishing images of abandoned buildings, construction sites and underground tunnels are flickering inside a shipping container next to the bandstand on Brighton beach.
Legendary avant-garde artist Jeff Keen, who died earlier this year following a career which began during the 1960s, is honoured with an exhibition in the city he loved.
Brighton Photo Biennial: John "Hoppy" Hopkins and Thomson & Craighead explore the visual language of protest
Two Brighton Photo Biennial shows at Space@Create offer different aprroaches and insights into the modern history of protest movements.