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Yorkshire lays on a typically diverse programme of art once again. Here are our top Yorkshire art exhibition picks for 2014.
The former headquarters of the Tetley Brewery will reopen as a new contemporary arts space for Leeds at the end of November.
Portrait of a Woman: Head Resting is one of only 16 known casts by the artist, whose sculptures - with one notably controversial exception - were usually made in private.
Inspired by 19th century clockmakers the Potts family, an installation on the facade of a flagship building in Leeds features footage of city folk in action.
Alix van Zijl, a veterinary surgeon who is a member of one of the top jousting teams in the Netherlands, will make her British debut in the final joust-off at the Royal Armouries.
New show Indifferent Matter includes Hans Haacke, Felix Gonzales-Torres, Andy Warhol and Robert Smithson. Mark Sheerin takes a look.
British artist Becky Beasley draws on the literature of Bernard Malamud and Laurence Sterne and the final canvas by Marcel Duchamp for an intriguing show in Leeds.
A £13,000 pistol-concealing pen, presented to the late Maharaja Hanwant Singh of Marwar-Jodhpur by royal family cohort Lord Louis, could go on public show.
Drawing inspiration from a collection of more than 800,000 objects, taxidermy, insects, eggs and skulls add up to a natural history exhibition with a difference.
A brewery building is expected to become a nationally significant visual arts venue and an important community centre in Leeds after winning £225,000 in funding.
Yorkshire's magical Harewood House will reveal a magnificent staircase, a major art display, insights into the life of a French master chef and more this Museums at Night.
Acclaimed installation mathematician Nike Savvas returns to British shores for the first time in more than ten years in a flamboyant exhibition in Leeds.
The Royal Armouries will become the only museum in the world to have a full set of swords from the trilogy when they go on display ahead of the latest Hobbit film.
How did leading sculptors of the day react during a revolutionary year almost a century ago? Twenty-two works, all from 1913, aim to find out in a new show in Leeds.
From Aberdeen and Leeds to Swansea and Stowmarket, here are a few exhibitions to look out for during the course of the month.