London

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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Makers Our Story - Cinema Screening

‘Makers Our Story’ is an inspiring documentary about the UK independent film industry with revealing interviews from award-winning independent filmmakers and leading industry professionals...
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Yayoi Kusama at London's Tate Modern

9 February - 5 June. The work of Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama is the subject of a major exhibition at the Tate Modern. Considered Japan's most famous artist, Kusama's artistic career spans almost...
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Lucian Freud: Portraits

9 Feb - 27 May. The National Portrait Gallery presents a collection of portraits by the recently-deceased Lucian Freud (1922-2011) who assisted the gallery in producing this major exhibition. The...
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Picasso and Modern British Art

15 February - 15 July. The Tate Britain hosts a exhibition that explores the role played by Pablo Picasso in shaping British art, and in particular how the Spanish artist influenced some of Britain's...
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Golden Spider Silk

25 January - 5 June. The Victoria and Albert Museum showcases the world
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Don McCullin

Until 4 March. Regarded as one of the most significant war photographers of the late 20th century, Don McCullin has documented the consequences of conflicts in war-torn regions such as Biafra, Cyprus,...
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Building the Revolution: Soviet Art and Architecture 1915-1935

29 October - 22 January. The Royal Academy of Arts dedicates an exhibition to Russian avant-garde architecture from about 1922 to 1935. Inspired by the Constructivist art movement, Russian archite...
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Gerhard Richter: Panorama

6 October - 8 January 2012. The Tate Modern is hosting an exhibition dedicated to the work of Gerhard Richter, one of the world's most important living artists, on the occasion of his 80th year. S...
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Degas and the Ballet: Picturing Movement

17 September-11 December. The Royal Academy hosts a major exhibition consists of paintings, sculptures, pastels, drawings, prints and photographs by leading Impressionist figure Edgar Degas. Compr...
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V&A Illustration Awards Display 2011

7 June-17 Dec. The prestigious V&A Illustration Awards celebrate the best illustrations published over the last year, offering prizes for the best illustrated book, book cover, magazine and student il...
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Twombly and Poussin: Arcadian painters

29 June-25 Sept. An interesting exhibition at the Dulwich Picture Gallery contrasts the work of 17th-century classical painter Nicolas Poussin (1594 -1665) with that of American artist Cy Twombly (192...
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BP Potrait Award 2011

16 June-18 September. Recognised as the most prestigious portrait competition in the world, for 32 years the annual BP Portrait Award has promoted the best in international contemporary portrait paint...
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Miró

14 April-11 September. Joan Mir
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Tracey Emin: Love is What You Want

18 May-29 August. Tracey Emin, one of Britain's celebrity contemporary artists, draws from her own life experiences as source material for her show at the Hayward Gallery which covers every aspect of...
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A Cockroach Tour of the Science Museum

12 February - 31 December. The London Science Museum has launched a humourous educational project as a part of its climate changing awareness programme. With the help of environmentally-conscious...
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Extinct

18 January - 23 July. The latest temporary exhibition at the Hunterian museum displays specimens of extinct animals from its own collection alongside images of currently endangered animals. On sho...
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Watercolour

16 February - 21 August. Billed by the Tate Britain as the most ambitious exhibition about watercolour art ever to be staged, the enormous variety of works on show, spanning an incredible 800 years, c...
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Yohji Yamamoto

12 March - 10 July 2011. The V&A presents the first retrospective exhibition celebrating the career of one of the world's most influential and provocative fashion designers, Yohji Yamamoto. The exhibi...
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