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The Royal Academy explores Rubens and His Legacy by bringing together some of the painter's masterpieces alongside works by artists who were influenced by him.
The British Library is launching Jewish Survivors of the Holocaust, an online resource giving worldwide access to 289 audio interviews with Holocaust Survivors.
British designer Gareth Pugh's London-made dress for Gaga, which the singer wore to the launch of the ARTPOP album, stars at the Design Museum alongside dresses worn by everyone from Zandra Rhodes to Margaret Thatcher.
The biannual art fair for emerging art has teamed up with Paddle8 to raise funds for its third iteration in London this year.
Curators say a hat made of silver and silk, acquired by Hampton Court Palace, could have been thrown into the air by Henry VIII following the surrender of Boulogne in 1544.
Take a tour of the remarkable aircraft in the RAF Museum's First World War in the Air permanent exhibition with Head of Collections, Ian Thirsk.
Supporters will be able to sign up for exclusive tours around Chiswick House, Dulwich Picture Gallery and the William Morris Gallery as part of a one-day scheme taking place this March.
Backed by a £72,000 Heritage Lottery Fund grant, The Society of Antiquaries will launch an historic exhibition celebrating the 800th anniversary of the sealing of Magna Carta.
Billie Woodcraft, a London Based yogi who teaches vinyasa-flow classes, will lead sessions 138 feet above the Thames next month in a set of four public classes.
The wunderkammer of found objects Henry Moore collected and displayed in his Maquette Studio at Perry Green is to be recreated for a new show at the Gagosian Gallery in London.
A major summer exhibition at Dulwich Picture Gallery curated by author and Ravilious expert James Russel will be the first London show to thoroughly examine Eric Ravilious’ output as a......
Condensing more than 250,000 works into an exhibition of around 200 assembled since 1853, the Science Museum's exhibition evokes the Victorian age of curiosity.
Ukraine-born sculptor and painter Zoïa Skoropadenko says she will be "getting a bit of scandal" during her three-day Torso show at the Royal Stock Exchange Rifle Club Shooting Range.
Chart-topping rapper and Cheryl Ann Fernandez-Versini collaborator Tinie Tempah says he is "in love" with his "fresh" three-piece suit, inspired by the Museum of London.
How much can a simple pot tell us about prehistoric Egypt? A trip to the Petrie Museum reveals why pots are such a big deal in archaeology.