This year, Hasting's Jerwood Gallery will be coated in Keith Tyson's Studio Wall Drawings.
From elaborate light festivals through to groundbreaking exhibitions and free comedy, we explore the greatest events coming to the capital.
Explore the reasons that artists and writers flocked to the hills, seaside resorts, and quaint villages of Sussex in the first half of the 20th century.
A new exhibition on the extraordinary Sir Thomas Browne, probably the greatest British genius you’ve never heard of.
We explore the psychedelic and eccentric art of Louis Wain at The Bethlem Museum of The Mind.
We explore the Sir John Soane Museum’s exhibition on the plans of Robert Adam.
The work of modern American artist Robert Rauschenberg, explored in this new Tate Modern exhibition, is the very definition of multifaceted.
This landmark exhibition brings the iconic Flaming June, dubbed the most wonderful painting in existence, back to where it was originally painted at the beautiful Leighton House Museum.
It is surprisingly easy to lose yourself in this ambitious and fascinating exhibition from the British Library.
We take a look at The National Gallery’s Beyond Caravaggio, which documents the influence of Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio’s iconic artistic style through the work of his followers.
We explore the uniquely evocative landscapes of surrealist painter and war artist Paul Nash in the largest exhbition of his work for a generation.
We visit Leighton House Museum, home of former painter Fredrick Lord Leighton and one of London's most beautiful hidden gems.
We chat with senior curator Daniel Robbins who tells us about this wonderfully preserved example of a Victorian house, once home to Punch cartoonist Edward Linley Sambourne.
Join the experiment at Tate Exchange – a space to collaborate, test ideas and discover new perspectives on life, through art.
Why not have a wander around this beautiful corner of London and discover some of its wonderful hidden gems that won’t cost you a thing.
Here's a look at the Wellcome Collection's newest exhibit which explores how the experience of mental illness and notions of madness have evolved over the centuries.
London’s museums are the best in the world. From art galleries to displays of significant historical and scientific discoveries and even more specialised collections of curiosities, there’s a venue for every taste. The museums here are always changing their exhibitions and temporary displays, so even if you’ve been before there’s bound to be plenty of new things to explore. Many now also run ‘late’ events, allowing you to discover their delights after work, perhaps even with a drink in hand! We regularly update this exclusive list of where to go and what to see, so you can keep track of all the latest exhibitions, attractions and lates. Tuck in!