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Revealing rare paintings and prints from the Slade and etchings from his Ennui masterpiece, a new exhibition suggests Sickert as one of Britain's finest artists.
The oft-controversial sculptor has taken an unlikely interest in Renaissance-era saints, as found in the UK's foremost gallery of painting. Mark Sheerin pays it a visit.
French artist Etienne Viard's debut exhibition in Britain reveals his destructive streak within folded, cut maquettes, steel rods and ironwork.
Billed as far-fetched and outlandish, the works in the Hayward Gallery's eccentric new show include blueprints to resurrect Paris and the search for unlimited energry.
The annual show features dinosaurs at the base of the skyscraper, a shiny installation by Ryan Gander and works by Keith Coventry, Jim Lambie and Shirazeh Houshiary.
Moved to June in a bid to make the most of its surroundings, this year's Affordable Art Fair offers families the chance to get hands-on through tours, talks and printmaking.
Showcasing a history of astronomical discovery, the National Maritime Museum's fusion of art and science provides a dazzling insight into the universe.
Described as a voyeur, madman, conspirator and obsessive, Paul Kindersley leads an afternoon of drawing and performance art with a difference in London this weekend.
Forest Hill's finest museum is calling on the public to join a dawn walk later this month, capturing the finest examples of local birdsong before broadcasting them to the world.
A Paul Nash painting hidden from public view for decades features in a war-covering exhibition devoted to the early 20th century prodigies of the Slade School.
Armed with a paper "character", visitors to the Science Museum in London this weekend will be able to get tips on living a better life from some of the experts.
Formed as a biennial in 2002, the sixth edition of a playful sculpture show from the Cotswold arrives at an atmospheric London crypt with work by 19 artists.
In the second part of our series on the exhibit swap going on between ten venues, we get the inside track on amazing artefacts including the earliest lamp.
Designed by the Japanese-born rising star of design, this year's extraordinary Serpentine Pavilion is somewhere between a nest and a cave, says Ruth Hazard.
Ever-presents Sir Peter Blake and Gavin Turk return and celebrity bingo and pass the parcel aim to please as the ultimate car boot fair returns for a tenth year.