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Ming: 50 Years That Changed China - British Museum

Between AD 1400 and 1450, China was a global superpower run by one family – the Ming dynasty – who established Beijing as the capital and built the Forbidden City. During this period, Ming China was thoroughly connected with the outside world. Chinese

Julian Stair: Quietus The Vessel, Death and the Human Body - Somerset House

Exploring the theme of death, Julian Stair presents a number of ceramic works in this new solo exhibition. It has been designed to make visitors think about the concepts of 'body' 'vessel' and 'death'.

Mammoths of the Ice Age - National Museum of Scotland

Featuring original fossils, replica models and family-friendly interactives, travel back in time to find out about these fascinating creatures. With lots of mammoth facts to discover, this exhibition is the first UK showing of the family-friendly disp

Bill Woodrow RA - Royal Academy of Art

This is the first comprehensive study of Bill Woodrow's work, comprised of fifty objects in the display. It spans across Woodrow's entire career and highlights his humour.

The Male Nude: Eighteenth-century Drawings from the Paris Academy - The Wallace Collection

This exhibition, of nearly forty French drawings of male nude figures, all drawn between the late seventeenth and the late eighteenth centuries, is unprecedented in Britain. Lent by France’s equivalent of the Royal Academy, the Ecole nationale supérieu

Lucy Skaer: Exit, Voice and Loyalty - Tramway

For her most ambitious solo exhibition in the UK since the Turner prize in 2009, Lucy Skaer presents a new body of work spanning ceramics, film, litho and wood-cut prints and sculpture. Exit, Voice and Loyalty takes its title from economist Albert O. Hirs

Adrián Villar Rojas : Today We Reboot The Planet - Serpentine Sackler

The inaugural exhibition at the newly opened Serpentine Sackler Gallery, designed by Zaha Hadid Architects, presents a site-specific installation by Adrián Villar Rojas. One of the most exciting artists to have emerged in recent years, the Argentinian-bo

Ana Mendieta: Traces - Hayward Gallery, Southbank Centre

This is the first retrospective of Ana Mendieta to take place in the UK. It focuses on her later work in photography, drawing and film. Despite the shortness in her career, Mendieta managed to create a large body of work that is both provocative and i

Francis Bacon/Henry Moore: Flesh & Bone - Ashmolean Museum

The Ashmolean Museum brings the work of two of art's biggest artists together for one special exhibition. Featuring 60 pieces of art, many of which are being shown to the public for the first time, it is a display that celebrates the human figure.

Sarah Lucas: Situation - Whitechapel Gallery

The bawdy euphemisms, repressed truths, erotic delights and sculptural possibilities of the sexual body lie at the heart of Sarah Lucas’s work (b. 1962). First coming to prominence in the 1990s with a show at London’s City Racing memorably titled, Pen