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The Stuckist painter and self-proclaimed surrealist introduces us to her alter egos and their witty, colourful paintings, in an interview with Mark Sheerin.
Described as "visiting the Natural History Museum on drugs", the Hanbury Collection features a computer used by the CIA. Hackney, meanwhile, welcomes Viktor Wynd's horrors.
The Natural History Museum in London is to add an almost complete specimen of a Stegosaurus to its impressive dinosaur displays.
Following a petition which secured more than 7,000 signatures, the bench from the opening sequence of Bottom has been returned to a Hammersmith junction.
In a poignant and colourful ceremony near the Hammersmith site of the original bench from Bottom, Rik Mayall fans have revealed a recreation of the sitcom favourite.
The first appraisal of the pop artist's work since 1995 succeeds in not getting lost in a discussion about the notoriety of his best-known sculptures, says Kirstie Brewer.
The Grant Museum of Zoology is asking the public to name its largest specimen after live tweeting the disassembly of a rhino which will undergo "serious conservation work".
Celebrated LGBT painter Sadie Lee offers some fresh perspectives on Francois Boucher with her work at the Menier Gallery for GFEST 2014.
A series of hand-painted Howard Hodgkin gouaches inspired by India have turned up in a print workshop in Wiltshire and will go on display at the Gagosian in London on November 28.
Southbank Gallery gathers collection of London-based artists to explore themes of fiction and reality in gallery's latest high concept show. Mark Sheerin visits.
Charles Hayward says he will make a drum beat spiral through acoustic space, changing density, pressure and volume as dancers plan to recreate the M25 in the Royal Festival Hall.
Edinburgh Fringe Festival photographer Idil Sukan has announced an exhibition of around 200 photos in London next year - and the high-profile sitters are game for a laugh.
Sherlock star Benedict Cumberbatch says he wants his Paddington Bear statue, set at the Museum of London in a trail of celebrity designs, to learn "the finer art of acting".
Windsor Castle is opening up its famous Waterloo Chamber as part of a series of special visitor improvements and displays marking the bicentenary of the Battle of Waterloo.
Overblown? Sentimental? Maybe, says Richard Moss, but the Perez Simon collection of Victorian art makes perfect sense at Leighton House Museum.