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Ming: 50 Years That Changed China At The British Museum

A fascinating exhibition at the British Museum tells the story of...

DV8: John, Interstellar, Peter Carey, Gold at Buckingham Palace, Puppy Love

Peter Carey's latest novel, Amnesia follows a disgraced Australian...

A dark past, handled with sensitivity

The ECB helped create a memorial to Jews beneath its new HQ

Britain's unusual buildings and places granted listed heritage status, in pictures

In pics: A selection of unusual buildings and places granted...

Here Lies Love, Palo Alto, Life Story, Being Mortal, Germany at the British Museum.

Here Lies Love is David Byrne and Fatboy Slim's disco musical that...

A History Of Germany At British Museum

Ask most Brits about German history and there will be references...

Sherlock Holmes: Museum of London Exhibition

Some of the highlights from the new Museum of London Sherlock...

Russian Avant-Garde Theatre, V&A, London

Their heyday was short – but almost a century on, these striking...

Sneak Preview of Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty coming to the V&A

This special retrospective of the career of Lee Alexander McQueen...

Terror And Wonder: The British Library Goes Gothic

Everybody knows a ghost story or has seen a film that’s scared...

Terror and Wonder: the Gothic Imagination at the British Library, review: 'spectral'

This history of the Gothic is scary and occasionally silly.

Constructing Worlds review the battered, beautiful and barely credible

From 1930s America to Pyongyang now, the work of 18 photographers...

‘Ming: 50 Years that changed China’, at the British Museum

The exhibition illuminates a half-century slice of life in China...

Movies’ love affair with the metropolis

A look at film makers’ enduring interest in city street life and...

Beauty and bloodbaths in the Ming dynasty

A million-strong army, exquisite opulence and paranoically violent...

Ming: 50 Years That Changed China, British Museum - exhibition review: 'This is a sparkling show'

The curators allow a great wealth of objects to tell the story of...

The Riot Club; Ming at the British Museum; percussionist Colin Currie

The Riot Club, whose cast includes Max Irons and Jessica Brown...

There's more to Ming than a vase

Martin Gayford reports from China on the history behind an amazing...

Ming, review: 'the Ming bling dazzles'

Ming: 50 Years that Changed China at the British Museum is a...

Controversial firm BAM chosen to build Dundee V&A

DUNDEE’S controversial V&A museum has taken a major step...

Folkestone Triennial 2014: Lookout - exhibition review

From a baroque beach hut to a bamboo scaffold, a clutch of...

Folkestone Triennial 2014 review Kent's gold coast mines a rich artistic seam

The third Folkestone triennial draws on the coastal town's...

Agitprop, love trucks and leaflet bombs: the art of protest

Titles can be misleading, and in case you have visions of...

Frankenstein exhibition: how the monster changed shape

British Library to display first image of Frankenstein's monster...

The Cheesegrater a tower of no small ambition

Overlook, if you can, its crass shape and enjoy instead the...

From Lloyds to Leadenhall: a tale of two buildings

Lead architect Graham Stirk gives a guided tour of 'The...

From Kate Moss to Marilyn Manson, Wedding Dresses 1775–2014 is beautiful at the V&A

This exhibition is every bride-to-be’s dream; it's not only...

Disobedient Objects, V&A - exhibition review

Activist art may make for a moving show but the museum’s new...

Louis Kahn, Design Museum - exhibition review

This first major survey of Louis Kahn’s splendid work in decades...