Museum and gallery exhibitions, reviews, and places to visit with the accent on pictures to look at. Painting exhibitions, photography exhibitions, pictures in the exhibition...
If you think John Craxton's best works are his Samuel Palmer-inspired pastorals of the 1940s, think again: the Fitzwilliam reveals the full and joyous influence of Greece on one of our most distinctive painters.
The British Library's wonderful collection shows Georgian Britain as a magnificent, intellectual, industrious and fun-loving place, says Emily Beeson.
Hidden beneath the lining on the back of a 19th century canvas, conservators have discovered a previously unknown, "enormously exciting" John Constable oil sketch.
One of only three known self-portraits by Van Dyck, placed under an export bar after being sold to a buyer in America, is at the centre of a public fundraising campaign.
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.
Sam Taylor-Wood's 2004 portrait of David Beckham sleeping will go on display in Manchester as part of an Arts Council-funded programme at the National Football Museum.
An archive of more than 200 shipwrecks off the coastlines of Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly has been bought by Royal Museums Greenwich for £122,500.
We take a look at the new Turner in Brighton exhibition, at the city's Royal Pavilion, and find out what some of the people involved with the show enjoy most about it.
Mark Sheerin takes a look at the Chichester gallery's focused retrospective of sensuous and meditative grid paintings by the Dublin-born artist.
Late influential American artist Mike Kelley’s series of films follow Kelley as he builds an exact replica of his childhood home - a 1950s suburban house in a Detroit suburb.
Middlesbrough-born painter William Tillyer gets the full retrospective treatment in his hometown with a wide ranging and absorbing show at MIMA.
From portraits on the front of Sunderland's Old Fire Station to a two-site group show featuring Martin Parr, we take a look at the contemporary festival in Newcastle and Sunderland.
Jeremy Deller's magpie mind delves into the archives to retrieve a haul of industrial art and heritage for All That Is Solid Melts Into Air, his own fusion of music, industry and politics.
Honoré Daumier portrays Jesus, Napoleonic authorities, the beginnings of photography and Don Quixote in a show full of compelling works at the Royal Academy.
Pop Art Design reveals the close and symbiotic relationship between artists, designers and of course, popular culture via Warhol, Lichtenstein, Peter Blake, Gaetano Pesce and Charles and Ray Eames.