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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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Sargent: Portrait of Artists and Friends

The National Portrait Gallery presents a major exhibition dedicated to the luscious portraits of John Singer Sargent, who enjoyed a hugely successful career as a portraitist in the late 19th century....
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Adventures of the Black Square: Abstract Art and Society 1915-2015

Taking its starting point from Kazimir Malevich’s Black Square painting, this international exhibition features over 100 artists who were inspired by the radical piece which was first shown in P...
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Conflict, Time, Photography

Poignant exhibition focusing on the aftermath and passage of time over 150 years of conflict and warfare around the world, through photographs and paintings. Central to the exhibition is the orderi...
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The World Goes Pop

The Tate Modern gives a world view of the pop art phenomenon, revealing how artists engaged with the movement internationally, from Latin America to Asia, throughout Europe and the Middle East. The...
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Constable: The Making of a Master

The V&A stages a major exhibition reassessing the influences, techniques and legacy of English Romantic painter John Constable (1776-1837). The show allows a fresh interpretation of the British...
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Horst: Photographer of Style

The Victoria & Albert Museum dedicates an exhibition to German-American photographer Horst P. Horst (1906-99) whose celebrated images focused mainly on women and fashion but also included interior...
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Malevich

The Tate Modern dedicates an exhibition to Kazimir Malevich (1879-1935), the avant-garde Russian painter whose work ploughed new ground in 20th-century modern art. Malevich was a pioneer of geometr...
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Kenneth Clark - Looking for Civilisation

The Tate Britain celebrates the life and work of influential British art expert Kenneth Clark (1903–1983), whose landmark television series Civilisation brought 20th-century art to a mass audien...
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Ai Weiwei

Ai Weiwei's monumental installation is centred around the bicycle and is his third show at the Lisson Gallery in recent years. The geometrically-stacked bicycles are part of the Chinese artist's on...
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Strange Beauty: Masters of the German Renaissance

The National Gallery displays its collection of German renaissance paintings. The exhibition highlights the evolution of works by important German renaissance artists such as Hans Holbein the Youn...
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Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize

The Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize is an annual open competition which selects the 60 best contemporary portrait photographs out of thousands submitted from all over the world. This ye...
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Facing the Modern: The Portrait in Vienna 1900

The National Gallery hosts an exhibition dedicated to the central role that portraiture played in Viennese painting around 1900. From the late 19th century until the end of world war one in 1918 V...
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Australia

London's Royal Academy of Arts in collaboration with the National Gallery of Australia is staging the most comprehensive exhibition of Australian art in Britain for 50 years. The exhibition spans...
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Paul Klee: Making Visible

The Tate Modern dedicates 17 rooms to an exhibition displaying the drawings, watercolours and oil paintings of influential Swiss artist Paul Klee (1879-1940). The works are on loan from collection...
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A Royal Arrival

The Museum of London celebrates the recent birth of Prince George by showcasing items of clothing worn by royal babies over the centuries, some of whom later succeeded to the throne. The...
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Poster Art 150: London Underground’s Greatest Designs

The London Transport Museum’s popular exhibition features 150 of the greatest posters produced for the London Underground which celebrates its 150th anniversary. The quality of the Undergrou...
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Once Upon a Time

This story-telling exhibition features interactive light pieces by Italian artist Vittorio Corsini and video installations by Korean artist Kynung Woo Han. Entitled Once Upon a Time, the interactiv...
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BP Walk through British Art

The BP Walk through British Art offers a reconfigured "walk through time" from 1545 to the present day, around the perimeter of the Tate Britain in Millbank. The 500 pieces are displayed in continu...
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Life and death: Pompeii and Herculaneum

The British Museum presents a major exhibition of some 250 objects from the ill-fated southern Italian cities of Pompeii and Herculaneum, both of which were destroyed by lava from the Mount Vesuvius v...
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David Bowie is

The Victoria & Albert Museum presents more than 300 objects relating to influential British pop singer David Bowie, in the first international retrospective dedicated to the artist's career. Th...
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