Same content, simply spliced together by type of museum, gallery or archive and library collection. Funny how much more you find when you look from a different angle...
Great botanical illustrators from across the centuries, including the artist who made a fateful trip with Captain Cook and important contributors to science, feature in Tring.
Visitors to this year's Hay, Grassington, Buxton and Latitude festivals will be able to sit under a star-studded canopy and be inspired by Diana and Callisto and Diana and Actaeon, the Titian masterpieces bought by the National Gallery for £45 million.
A 19th century textiles mill on the River Calder, handily positioned opposite The Hepworth Wakefield, will become a major new contemporary arts space.
The Ashmolean Museum has permanently acquired John Everett Millais' famous portrait of John Ruskin thanks to the Arts Council Acceptance in Lieu scheme.
August Sander, Rankin and Martin Parr are a few of the artists in a photography festival taking over Liverpool's diverse array of galleries for the next month.
From Somerset to Cumbria, we look back at some of the reaction to more than 500 events held for Museums at Night 2013, including appearances by leading artists.
Museums at Night created a rare chance to sneak inside a 19th century London house, complete with waiting Victorian residents. Richard Moss went to take a look.
Ruth Hazard joins five lucky Museums at Night competition winners who visited the fabled Faber Archive in Bloomsbury for literary tales, readings and rare manuscripts.
Shown together for the first time, a London retrospective looks at the artworks spawned by British trip-hop artists Massive Attack during the past two decades.
Model Court, a collective of visual and conceptual artists, provides a striking interrogation of the controversial use of technology in universal jurisdiction.
Find out about a pair of shoes which were handmade in Paris for a dancer during the 1920s but illustrate a design style still prevalent in swish footwear almost a century on.
Vitality, diversity and humour are the aims for curator David Thorp in a British Council touring show which brings the likes of David Shrigley and Martin Creed to West Bromwich.
The Swiss artist's first major commission in the UK uses projected metallic shapes to create an illusion across buildings spanning 542 metres.
An installation art duo are carrying out a reclamation of the "oddly significant" artefacts from a doomed set of labs where leading scientists once worked in London.
Owned by the Duke of Wellington in the magnificent Hyde Park house he lived in after Waterloo, Americus Backers' 241-year-old grand piano has gone on public view.