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From Auschwitz and Lenin's Tomb to the Great Wall of China and Stonehenge, see alternative shots of some of the world's best-known sites - as seen by photographer Oliver Curtis.
"He emanated grace": Bobby Moore's daughter on her father and creating a "beautiful, significant" artwork to celebrate the 1966 World Cup
Bobby Moore's daughter, Roberta, on commissioning a sculpture of the World Cup-winning England captain.
Vanessa Bell's oil paintings as well as ceramics, fabrics, works on paper and photographs will be showcased in the first major solo exhibition of her work at Dulwich Picture Gallery in February 2017.
These classic pieces of vinyl explore the experience of the 20th century through shellac and vinyl, celebrating the history of Jewish musicians, composers, music producers and songwriters.
At the end of last year, new Museum of the Year winners the V&A opened their seven-gallery Europe 1600-1815 spaces. The expansive five-year project involved 1,100 objects. Here are 11 of them.
Archaeologists find cow skull from plague, human burials and children's cups beneath London mosque site
The skull of a female longhorn could have been one of three cow burials symbolising a government battle against cattle plague in 18th century London, say archaeologists.
Arms, eyes and masks: Ten chilling exhibits from the Science Museum's World War One Wounded exhibition
As the new exhibition exploring the experiences and treatment of combatants and carers in World War One opens, take a look at ten key exhibits.
Seventeen sculptures are taking over London's Square Mile in a display of heads, "anti-monuments" and more
From huge heads to delicate paper chains, Sculpture in the City is a 17-work takeover of the Square Mile. Here are some of the works to look out for this time.
A major exhibition marking the 350th anniversary of the Great Fire of London opens this week – and one of the star exhibits will be a 17th century fire engine rebuilt to a millimetre-perfect......
Cows, sunflowers, toilets and bunnies: As the new Tate Modern opens, here are 19 of its best events and exhibitions
A weekend of celebrations are marking Tate Modern's new £260 million Switch House extension. Here are 19 hits from the first 15 years of the gallery.
Daydreaming with Kubrick: Big-name Somerset House exhibition to reinterpret Stanley Kubrick's career
Anish Kapoor, Beth Orton, Peter Kennard and Jarvis Cocker will be among the names taking part in a major Stanley Kubrick exhibition curated by James Lavelle this summer.
Thousands of people have visited a new exhibition in a Soho house showing graphic design duo MinaLima's work for the Harry Potter series. One half of the pair, Eduardo Lima, says fans have given the......
Made out of a bin liner resembling a homeless person huddling in a bag, Maxwell Rushton's mystery figure has been making people reconsider how they view rough sleepers in London.
A free lunch, alphabet practice and Roman promises: Ten of the tablets from 2,000 years ago found in London
From Carlisle and coopers to bread and salt, see ten of the hundreds of tablets from Roman Britain discovered by archaeologists in the City of London.
Recalling the Battle of the Somme, Hughie O'Donoghue's labyrinthine landscapes go on show at London's Leighton House Museum for the Somme centenary.