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Tate to revive William Blake’s failed 1809 exhibition

The Tate will recreate William Blake’s failed 1809 solo show as part of a landmark new exhibition about the poet and artist. Best known now for...

Nando’s launches pop-up art gallery at Notting Hill restaurant

A flame-grilled half chicken with two regular sides may already be akin to a work of art for some, but nando’s is looking to...

Paris museum opens its doors to nudists

Do you ever walk around an art gallery and think, “this would be so much better if I was nude?” If the answer’s yes, then...

Constable and Turner paintings exhibited together for first time in 187...

Two masterpieces of English art have been reunited for the first time in almost two centuries as part of a new display at Tate...

Bob Dylan paintings to go on show in galleries across the...

It turns out Bob Dylan hasn’t spent his time blowin’ in the wind since he won the Nobel Prize; he’s been busy painting. He may...

Royal Academy Summer Exhibition marks 250 years with big names

Held every year since 1769, it is the world’s longest-running annual showcase of contemporary art. The new exhibition, The Great Spectacle, will run alongside...

Serpentine Pavilion 2018 designed by architect Frida Escobedo

The youngest ever architect to design the Serpentine Pavilion has turned the building into “a timepiece”. For this year’s project, Frida Escobedo, 39, has installed...

Portrait of Picasso’s muse set to fetch £33m at Sotheby’s auction

A portrait of Picasso’s muse and lover Marie-Thérèse Walter is expected to sell for about £33 million at Sotheby’s months after a similar work...

V&A Museum to open a second venue in east London

A second V&A museum inspired by Balenciaga’s flowing fashion will take center stage in the £1.1 billion transformations of east London. The building, in Queen...

Telltale wart proves Francis Drake portrait is authentic

Authenticating paintings is no easy task. At times, it requires forensic specialists, academics, high courts and millions worth of legal fees. But for a...