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Comics at the British Library; Sunny Afternoon; the Kinks musical; Edward St Aubyn's latest novel; Tom Hollander as Dylan Thomas

The exhibition Comics Unmasked: Art and Anarchy in The UK at The British Library looks back at nearly 2 centuries of comic book art in this country.

The Pierces Invite Artists to Create Artwork for Limited Edition Merchandise

Coinciding with their new album creation, the LA-based band The Pierces have joined up with Talenthouse, the world’s platform for creative collaborations, to invite artists and other creatives to produce portraiture – with the winning entry being turn

The V&A Lifts the Veil on Wedding Dresses

The Victoria and Albert Museum explores the history of wedding dresses, through the stories of those whose dresses are on display. Filled with eighty carefully selected dresses and other accessories, this compact display is bursting with history and i

Comics Unmasked: art and anarchy at the British Library

From art by Gorillaz artist Jamie Hewlett to erotic cartoons by Bob Monkhouse, Comics Unmasked at the British Library is an eclectic mix, finds Robert Thickett.

UK's biggest comic book exhibition

Comics Unmasked: Art and Anarchy in the UK at the British Library showcases how UK comics have a history of tackling the issues of sex, violence, race and drugs.

V&A's spring exhibition puts together 239 years of wedding fashion

Wedding gowns worn by merchants' daughters take their place beside those of flower sellers and Kate Moss's John Galliano dress.

Designs of the Year 2014, Design Museum - exhibition review

Competition and exhibition showcasing the best in architecture, fashion, graphics, digital design, furniture, transport and products from the past 12 months.

By George! The not-so-dull royal family who changed the history of art

In 1714, a minor German princeling, with a limited grasp of English and two women in tow, neither of them his wife, travelled to London to take the throne as George I.

By George! The not-so-dull royal family who changed the history of art

In 1714, a minor German princeling, with a limited grasp of English and two women in tow, neither of them his wife, travelled to London to take the throne as George I.

In the Making, Design Museum: Review

Curated by Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby, this small but fascinating exhibition reveals how over twenty objects are created; some are everyday such as two pound coins others for special occasions like the 2012 Olympic torch. All of the objects on displa