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Lots happening in Liverpool and London this month as we present you with seven more opportunities to see art in the face of Christmas shopping.
The British Library's wonderful collection shows Georgian Britain as a magnificent, intellectual, industrious and fun-loving place, says Emily Beeson.
Labcoats dripping with bling, photos studios from Kenya and vacuum-packed pig faces in an exhibition of works from six countries the Wellcome backs research in.
The Curator of London's Guards Museum calls for donations for a new World War I memorial garden, which will be filled in by 70 bags of soil from battlefield graves.
Miniature creepy crawlies, tiny Star Wars figures, pea shooters and water pistols in a new exhibition revealing some of the items confiscated from London classrooms.
The London gallery stages the first survey of the controversial artists' work since 1996. Outrage and comedy abound, as Mark Sheerin discovers.
Hidden beneath the lining on the back of a 19th century canvas, conservators have discovered a previously unknown, "enormously exciting" John Constable oil sketch.
As a selection of brilliant young designers demonstrate their talent at the Museum of London, here are their stories from the Jewellery Now exhibition.
The master of miniatures who painted the families of Van Dyck and Cromwell is the subject of an exhibition of more than 50 works in London.
The directorial debut for Katy England, a stylist for Alexander McQueen who is helping Kate Moss with a range for Topshop, stars her Primal Scream-leading husband.
A pair of hairy, wizened models of two of the earliest types of man to roam Britain have been delivered - and then swiftly hidden from view - at the Natural History Museum.
Now based in Lebanon after fleeing Syria, Sara Shamma is hoping viewers will forget her background when they see a 16.5-metre sprawl of ten paintings in London.
Tate Britain unveils its refurbished Millbank entrance with a new staircase, schools entrance and dining areas designed by Caruso St John.
Having created a 3D work based on a heartbreaking tale, the artist explains why a trip to meet a family in America resulted in "a different way" of producing her work.
Supporters of a plan to create a new museum dedicated to illustrating great William Heath Robinson can own original artworks in exchange for backing a Kickstarter campaign.