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BP Portrait Award - National Portrait Gallery

The BP Portrait Award showcases fifty-five of the most outstanding and innovative new portraits from around the world. From informal and personal studies of friends and family to revealing images of famous faces, the exhibition features a variety of style

A Squash and a Squeeze: Sharing Stories with Julia Donaldson - Cartwright Hall Art Gallery

Follow Julia Donaldson's journey from songwriter for children's television to former Children's Laureate. See how she inspires her readers with story, rhyme and rhythm. Children and their families can share stories and explore sensory environments based o

Courtauld Digs Out Print Collection For Historical Retrospective

Prints: we seldom see an exhibition dedicated to them, yet there’s no better medium for conveying detail, humour and double meaning. That much is intrinsic to their enigmatic flatness. Take The Practice of the Visual Arts, a 1573 print by Cornelis Cort,

2014 Summer Exhibition at the Royal Academy of Arts

AMONG the most poignant juxta­positions in the 2014 Summer Exhibition is the single exhibit by Sir Anthony Caro in this the 246th annual show.

Making Colour: Micro-positioning easel gives scientists and public unprecedented detail

The National Gallery's Making Colour may be illuminating the ways artist have used colour over the centuries, but it's all down to science, engineering and a great big easel.

Bruegel to Freud - Courtauld Gallery

This special display offers an introduction to the largest but least known part of the Gallery’s outstanding collection – its holding of prints. The Courtauld Gallery houses one of the most significant collections of works on paper in Britain, with

The Fault in Our Stars, The Silkworm, Making Stalin Laugh, Making Colour, The Human Factor

The Fault In Our Stars, starring Shailene Woodley, is the screen adaptation of John Green's best selling young adult novel of the same name about a pair of love struck teenagers both of whom are terminally ill with cancer.

The Fault in Our Stars, The Silkworm, Making Stalin Laugh, Making Colour, The Human Factor

The Fault In Our Stars, starring Shailene Woodley, is the screen adaptation of John Green's best selling young adult novel of the same name about a pair of love struck teenagers both of whom are terminally ill with cancer.

‘Making Colour’ at the National Gallery, London

The FT’s chief visual arts critic gives her verdict on an exhibition devoted to the craft of colour.

Bruegel to Freud, Courtauld Gallery, review: 'plenty to detain you'

The Courtauld's exhibition of its prints from across the centuries is much more than a summer stopgap, says Alastair Smart.