Visual Arts

Elvis at the O2: The Exhibition of His Life - The O2

Chronicling the life and career of the rock 'n' roll icon, this exhibition will be the largest retrospective of Elvis in Europe. Featuring over 300 artefacts, the display will explore how Elvis mania managed to take over the world.

Egon Schiele: The Radical Nude, Courtauld Gallery

So many words have been expended on Egon Schiele, that it’s almost impossible to imagine what more can be added for such a relatively small and narrow, albeit intense, body of work.

From the Forest to the Sea: Emily Carr in British Columbia: Take a walk on the wild side

This is a risky show for the Dulwich Picture Gallery: its biggest budget for a single show to date and it is for Emily Carr, a female artist, almost unknown in the UK or indeed in Europe.

From the Forest to the Sea: Emily Carr in British Columbia review Canadas very own Van Gogh

Against all the odds, Emily Carr captured the wild landscapes and seascapes of early 1900s British Columbia in paintings so vivid you can almost hear them.

Emily Carr at Dulwich Picture Gallery in pictures

In the first major solo show of her work in Europe, Emily Carrs intense landscapes of the big skies, wild bays and deep forests of British Columbia dazzle at Dulwich Picture

Gillian Wearing redefines Birmingham for the 21st century

With her statue of a mixed-race, single-parent family, Gillian Wearing has transformed Birmingham's city centre

Inside Lucian Freud's Kensington home

Lucy Davies explores the home where the uncompromising, controversial figure of British art died

Interiors: Inside the home of Lucian Freud

A new photography book goes inside the grand Georgian home of the late artist Lucian Freud

Chris Ofili: Night and Day review an artist speaking proudly for himself

Once notorious for his paintings encrusted with elephant ordure, Chris Ofili has blossomed into a complex, confident artist whose best work is his most recent as a new exhibition at New Yorks New Museum showsSee images from the exhibitionChris Ofilis Blue

Chris Ofili: Night and Day review the boy dung good

Once notorious for his paintings encrusted with elephant ordure, Chris Ofili has blossomed into a complex, confident artist whose best work is his most recent as a new exhibition at New Yorks New Museum shows.