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...
Across blurry abstractions of Aberdeen's lights, the painter who won first prize in the city's Artists Annual Exhibition presents new works, a photo etching and a film.
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.
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.
In an exhibition of pinhole photographs at a central square in Birmingham, acclaimed photographer Tom Hunter takes a journey back into the country's industrial heritage and his own history.
From Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas to Extinct Boids, the cult cartoonist stars in a show of around 100 works, accompanied by accolades from Will Self and Johnny Depp.
A pigeon who survived attacks from hawks and bombs and a messenger dog who saved a city are a couple of the stories in an animalistic new show in London.
Cardiff's inaugural photography festival is also notable for international vantage points ranging from industrial Portugal to rural Norway.
We take a look at the critical and public reaction to this year's Turner Prize shortlist.
First explored on the cover of magazine Arena Homme Plus last year, David Sims' first UK solo show in 15 years features a Bowie impersonator at the Institute of Contemporary Arts.
A painter who portrayed his three children growing up and an artist whose sitter was her eldest son are the finalists in the National Portrait Gallery's annual award, which has increased the prize......
The Canadian Artist-in-Residence at Dulwich Picture Gallery discusses paddling a kayak down the Thames and giving North American inspiration to visitors.
Growing up in an at-times hostile West London, Charlie Phillips began portraying the Caribbean community of the 1950s and 1960s. His photos are hidden stories of life.
From Iron Lady paintings held by Tate to specially-created new works, an exhibition at London's Gallery Different unites artists who grew up as "Thatcher's children".