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Arshile Gorky. A retrospective.

10 Feb-3 May 2010. Painting, drawings and a few sculptures by one of the most important artists of American Abstract Expressionism. Gorky, who was born in Armenia, fled persecution and arrived in the...
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Chris Ofili.

27 January-16 May. This is the most comprehensive exhibition to date of Ofili
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LAUNCH! Shipbuilding through the Ages

29 January - 31 December 2010. Europe's last surviving big-gun warship 'HMS Belfast', plays host to a highly popular interactive exhibition which documents the history of British shipbuilding. Once ho...
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On the Move: Visualising Action.

13 Jan-18 April 2010. An analysis of movement in the visual arts, with particular emphasis on the Futurists, including works by Balla and Boccione from the Estorick Collection. There are also photos b...
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The Real Van Gogh

23 January-18 April 2010. Personal correspondence penned by Dutch post-impressionist artist Vincent Van Gogh (1853-1890) is the focus of a landmark exhibition at London's Royal Academy of Arts. The tr...
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Carnevale

12 -25 February 2010.
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Warriors of the Plains: 200 years of Native North American Honor and Ritual.

7 Jan- 5 April 2010. Costumes, weapons and artefacts belonging to the warrior culture of the Plains Indians from 1800 onwards. 10.00-17.30, Sat and Wed 10.00-20.30 Photo Jeff Thomas
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The Staffordshire Hoard.

3 Nov 2009-17 April 2010. The biggest Anglo Saxon collection of gold ever found. The first pieces of the hoard were found by Terry Herbert when he was using a metal detector in a field in southern St...
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Michael Rakowitz

22 January - 3 May 2010. Its first showing in the UK, the Tate Modern presents 'The worst condition is to pass under a sword which is not one's own', by Michael Rakowitz. This thought-provoking projec...
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Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize

5 December 2009 - 14 February 2010. The Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize is an annual open competition which selects the 60 best contemporary portrait photographs out of a staggering 2,400 s...
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Outbreak

20 August 2009 - 6 September 2010. The exhibition examines how life suddenly changed for British men and women after Prime Minister Chamberlain's announcement on 3 September 1939. With the aid of hist...
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Maharaja: The Splendour of India's Royal Courts

10 October 2009 - 17 January 2010. Bringing together over 250 treasures, and spanning the period from the 18th century to the mid-20th century, this exhibition lives up to its splendid title. It chart...
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Ed Ruscha at The Hayward

30 October 2009- 10 January 2010. Ed Ruscha was born in Nebraska in 1937 and began his career as a graphic artist. In the same way that Edward Hopper provided anecdotal insights into the day-to-day ba...
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John Baldessari. Pure Beauty.

13 Oct-10 Jan 2010. A pioneer of conceptual art in the 1960s Baldessari has always been known mainly as a counter culture artist. Even while teaching art to young underprivileged kids in San Diego his...
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Anish Kapoor.

3 Oct- 11 Dec 2009. Retrospective of some of Kapoor
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Moctezuma Aztec Ruler.

24 Sept-24 Jan 2010. The fourth and last in the series on the lives of great rulers organised by the British Museum. Artefacts from the empire of the last great Aztec despot, who reigned from 1502 to...
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Turner and the Masters.

23 Sept- 31 Jan 2010. Works by JMW Turner from the gallery
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Abstract America. New Painting and Sculpture.

29 May-17 Jan 2010. The latest trends from the art scene in the USA. Works by over 30 artists are on show in this one-time military headquarters just off the Kings Road. 10.00-18.00. The photo is of...
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Pop Life. Art in a material world.

1 Oct-17 Jan 2010. The great names of Pop Art, Andy Warhol, Damien Hirst, Jeff Koons, Takashi Murakami, Keith Haring, the so-called Young British Artists, all figure in this Tate Modern blockbuster wh...
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Indian Summer at the British Museum.

May-Sept 2009. The British Museum is having a wonderful Indian Summer. A number of exhibitions and events, themed on the Indian subcontinent, are running from May to September 2009. This includes Gard...
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