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London is one of the most expensive cities in Europe. This is partly because of the strength of the sterling against the dollar, but also because of the cost of services such as public transport, parking and leisure activities. Rental accommodation is expensive but there is a much larger selection t...

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Giorgio Griffa

26 Jan-8 April. The Camden Arts Centre dedicates an exhibition to Italian abstract painter Giorgio Griffa, featuring works from the 1960s to the present. Considered one of the most radical avant-gar...
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Modigliani at Tate Modern

23 Nov-2 April. The work of Italian figurative painter and sculptor Amedeo Modigliani (1884-1920) is the subject of an exhibition at the Tate Modern. Central to the show are 12 of Modigliani's sensuo...
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Poster Girls: A century of art and design

13 Oct-31 Jan. The London Transport Museum highlights the artistic contribution of female graphic designers to London's transport network over the last century. Displaying more than 150 posters and...
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Basquiat: Boom for Real

21 Sept-28 Jan. The Barbican holds Britain's first large-scale exhibition dedicated to the New York artist Jean-Michel Basquiat whose colourful and controversial career was cut short in 1988 at the ag...
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Sargent: The Watercolours

21 June-8 Oct. Dulwich Picture Gallery stages the first UK show in almost a century devoted to watercolours by the Anglo-American artist, John Singer Sargent (1856-1925).Described as "a triumph and re...
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Royal Academy of Arts Summer Exhibition

13 June-20 Aug. One year shy of its 250th anniversary, the annual open-submission exhibition returns to the Royal Academy of Arts with more than 1,200 works on display in Burlington House. Academi...
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Australia’s Impressionists

7 Dec-26 March. The National Gallery showcases the work of Australia's Impressionists in the first exhibition of its kind in Britain. The show concentrates on four influential Australian Impressio...
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William Kentridge: Thick Time

21 Sept-15 Jan. London's Whitechapel Gallery stages a major exhibition of work by the renowned visual artist, filmmaker and director William Kentridge. The show includes six large-scale installati...
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Beyond Caravaggio

12 Oct-15 Jan. The National Gallery hosts Britain's first major exhibition exploring the influence of Caravaggio's art on the work of his contemporaries and successors. For several decades followi...
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Painting with Light: Art and Photography from the Pre-Raphaelites to the Modern Age

1 July-25 Sept. The Tate Britain contrasts the work of British Pre-Raphaelites and Impressionists with vintage photographs, examining the connections between art and photography from the Victorian and...
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BP Portrait Award 2016

23 June-4 Sept. The prestigious open competition, the BP Portrait Award, represents the best in contemporary portrait painting, and this year's winner is Scottish artist Clara Drummond for her Girl in...
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Georgia O'Keeffe

1 July-30 Oct. Underlining the fact that there are no Georgia O'Keeffe works in British public collections, the Tate Modern describes its exhibition as a "rare opportunity to see over 100 remarkable p...
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Sicily: culture and conquest

21 April-14 Aug. Exhibition dedicated to the artistic and historical legacy of Sicily, an island described by the British Museum as a "cultural centre of the ancient and mediaeval world." Sicily's...
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Pre-Raphaelites on Paper: Victorian Drawings from the Lanigan Collection

12 Feb-29 May. The Pre-Raphealite movement, founded in London in 1848, rejected what they considered to be the mechanistic approach first adopted by the Mannerist artists who succeeded Raphael. The Pr...
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Goya: The Portraits

7 Oct-10 Jan. The National Gallery presents 70 of the most important paintings, drawings and miniatures by Francisco de Goya (1746-1828), on loan from international collections. The exhibition rev...
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Alexander Calder: Performing Sculpture

11 Nov-3 April. The Tate Modern holds Britain's largest exhibition ever dedicated to the work of American sculptor Alexander Calder (1898-1976), best known as the inventor of the mobile. Calder al...
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London: The World Goes Pop

17 Sept-24 Jan. The Tate Modern reveals how artists from various nations and cultures around the world engaged with the spirit of Pop Art, from Latin America to Asia, and from Europe to the Middle Eas...
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Barbara Hepworth: Sculpture for a Modern World

The Tate Britain celebrates the work of Barbara Hepworth (1903-1975) in what is the first major London retrospective dedicated to the important British sculptor for nearly half a century. By the 19...
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Henri Matisse: Cut-Outs

Exhibition exploring the cut-out period of French artist Henri Matisse (1869-1954), the final chapter in the groundbreaking career of the Modernist pioneer. By the time he was in his late 60s, Mati...
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Marlene Dumas: The Image as Burden

The Tate Modern presents a major retrospective charting the career of the celebrated Cape Town artist Marlene Dumas who has been based in Amsterdam since 1976. Promoted as the most significant exhi...

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