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The Jewish Museum has crowd-sourced its latest exhibition around the theme of journeys. Here are ten of the personal mementos, historic artefacts and fine artworks together with their stories.
In the tercentenary year of Louis XIV's death, the British Museum reveals the medals made for a man intent on being known as a Sun King whose rays would warm and illuminate the world.
A new exhibition at London's October Gallery shows the line as "the universal symbol for everything that might ever be described", says Stephanie Bailey, an expert on visual culture in North Africa and the Middle East.
Magna Carta and World War Two to Edo Japan and Yorkshire ale: Six small gardens at the Chelsea Flower Show
With the RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2015 about to open to the public, take a look at six small artisan gardens created in the grounds by horticultural artists.
A Magna Carta for the common(s) people: Cornelia Parker's Wikipedia Embroidery unveiled at British Library
Cornelia Parker’s major embroidery installation of Magna Carta is about to go on display at the British Library - here's a sneak preview.
The first ever exhibition to consist mainly of portraits by Alberto Giacometti is to open at the National Portrait Gallery this autumn.
Kenya-born, London-based painter enjoys first UK solo show at the blue-chip gallery's Bermondsey outpost. Mark Sheerin went along to take a look.
Regarded as one of the finest harp players in the world, the former Royal Harpist to the Prince of Wales tells Culture24 about her plans for Museums at Night.
We select ten makers to watch out for as the Craft Council's International Art Fair, COLLECT 2015, gets ready to open at the Saatchi Gallery
"Photography is a powerful tool": Artist Rut Blees Luxemburg on her new exhibition at the Museum of London
In a major new exhibition at the Museum of London, the Shoreditch artist, known for creating the cover art for the album Original Pirate Material, looks at upheaval in the City of London.
A major show for the 20th century Russian-born pioneer of abstraction sets works on textile against works on canvas. Mark Sheerin visits.
A new group show, including Blair Cahill, Cheryl Papasian, Necole Schmitz and Alex J Wood, explores the role of craft techniques within contemporary art.
Some of the world’s oldest and most historic letters are coming to London for Europhilex, a dazzling free display of precious philatelic treasures.
The three shortlisted artists for the BP Portrait Award 2015 at the National Portrait Gallery have been revealed in a year when the competition has received more entries than ever.
Claude Grahame-White's sumptuous first floor office has been faithfully recreated at the RAF Museum in London after careful analysis of a single black and white photograph.