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A flock of 50 huge, colourful sheep, sculpted by artists across the country based on Wallace and Gromit’s charismatic Shaun the Sheep, are moving into place across London this weekend.
The City of London Corporation is backing plans which the Museum of London hopes will double its visitor count to more than two million people annually.
Seventy works taken from the Allied Irish Banks art collection are heading to London's Mall Galleries in May for a sparkling exhibition of Irish art since 1900. Here's ten of the best.
The Director of Film and Video Umbrella takes a look at the works by the two artists, Lucy Clout and Marianna Simnett, taking part in this year's exhibition at London's Jerwood Space.
Ten artworks from a new exhibition from Art Russe at the Saatchi Gallery exploring how 20th century Russian artists responded to World War Two.
Laura Clouting, curator of the Imperial War Museum exhibition Fashion on the Ration: 1940s Street Style, talks about rationing, utility clothing and fashion on the home front during World War Two.
The National Portrait Gallery is to display for the first time the largest portrait in its Collection, a print showing the entire funeral procession of the Duke of Wellington, for Waterloo200.
Figurative South African painter enjoys her largest European show to date with some 100 works on Bankside. Mark Sheerin takes a look.
Kirstie Brewer sees work start to create a ticket office at the Liverpool Street station site where thousands of burials from the 16th and 17th century are thought to lie.
Indie wildman Pete Doherty prayed, played a piano and sang a tune on a visit to the St Marylebone church where a life-size sculpture of him is helping raise funds to find a missing man.
The Man Ray protégé and fan of dismembered mannequin legs provides a seductive exhibition of vogue advertising prints from a 40-year career.
Sporting a digital ribbon which displays stock market prices, the tenth sculpture in Trafalgar Square seems an appropriately political one ahead of this year's General Election.
Armoured rhinos, kangaroos, fake dragons and knitted taxidermy in Grant Museum's Art of Unknown Animals
A 16th century copy of Albrecht Dürer's rhinoceros and George Stubbs' view of a Captain Cook kangaroo are among the highlights in a show of animal depictions made by artists who had never seen their ......
Abstract painter Sam Peacock, from the at-risk fracking destination of Rugby, says his earth-based works awaken a "devil spirit" through destructive methods.
The artist's first feature-length film, at The Queen's House, focuses on the lives of an eye surgeon, a human rights lawyer and a planetary explorer.