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Hans Arp, Hauser & Wirth - exhibition review

It can be difficult to retrieve significant artists of the past from the hushed esteem in which they're held.

Dale Chihuly: Beyond the Object - Halcyon Gallery

A new exhibition by Dale Chihuly will open at Halcyon Gallery on 8th February. Dale Chihuly: Beyond the Object sees the American artist respond to the interior architecture of the building – transforming the New Bond Street gallery space with his distin

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

China's Ming dynasty golden age to be star of British Museum blockbuster

There will be many surprises in the first large-scale show dedicated to a little explored Chinese golden age from 600 years ago, including the world's first encyclopaedia and a form of imperial mini-golf.

More than just vases: British Museum showcases the worldly masculinity of the Ming dynasty

The British Museum is aiming to prove there is more to Ming culture than porcelain vases with a blockbuster exhibition displaying an array of treasures – from a 15th-century gun to the world’s oldest surviving encyclopaedia – that help show the “f

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 interview: 'It was life imitating art'

The great British sculptor, who did for washing machines what Andy Warhol did for soup cans, tells us about his favourite works from the past four decades.

Bob Dylan Mood Swings exhibition: review - Iron gates 'are inoffensive and need some bite'

Bob Dylan is fascinated by gates because “they can shut you in or shut you out”.