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Curating the White House
Five things you need to know about art and the presidency.
Frost fairs and the frozen Thames
With snow forecast for this week take a look at the ways a frozen Thames used to be celebrated.
Artwork in focus: The Ladies Waldegrave
Caroline Croasdaile tells their story.
Artwork in focus: The Corner
Find out why Paul Nash loved to paint trees.
Artist in focus: David Tindle
The Observer's Rachel Cooke on one of her favourite artists.
The art of alcohol
These artworks certainly aren't taking part in 'Dry January'.
A National Gallery of Sporting Art opened in Newmarket
Dr Nicholas Watkins on why we should celebrate sporting art.
2016 as told through the nation's art collection
We’ve decided to salute the passing of this complicated, wobbly year the only way we know how: through art.
Stephen Finer: Painting David Bowie
Never before seen photographs of Bowie on the anniversary of his death.
From stable to studio
Five nativities that go against the norm.
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Odd couple: How Joseph Beuys and Richard Demarco helped change British art
Joseph Beuys foresaw a world where everyone can be an artist. Thirty years since his death, has his prophecy come to pass?
Building on success: Tate Modern takes to the wing
William Cook takes a tour of Tate Modern's new extension, Switch House.
Disobedient, marvellous and degenerate: Surreal Encounters in Edinburgh
How friendship, obsession, and conservation helped shape this unique exhibition.
York Art Gallery: Renewing art in an ancient city
A Victorian gem re-opened and re-energised after an £8-million refit.
Arnolfini, Bristol: Art at the heart of regeneration
A regional art venue with big ambitions.
V&A Museum, London: Collecting the world under one roof
Eclectic and challenging, works at the V&A have inspired generations of artists – a feat that has made it a cornerstone of British cultural life.
Bargain hunter: Tim Sayer reveals the secrets of amassing an awesome art collection
A huge collection of artwork from some of Britain's biggest names – all on a modest budget – now on show at the Hepworth Wakefield.
Building blocks: How Sean Scully conquered China
Sean Scully on art, China, his former student Ai Weiwei, and a troubled childhood.
Botticelli Reimagined: Mish-mash or master mix?
What did the V&A do when Botticelli's most famous creation was not available for an exhibition of his work?
Face of Britain: Portraits that capture a changing nation
In collaboration with National Portrait Gallery.
What did King Henry VIII really want from a wife?
So, as king of England and one of Europe’s most eligible royals, what did he want in a wife, and, more specifically, a queen?
How did women battle into Parliament?
How does art help us remember World War One?
In partnership with Imperial War Museums.
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On now 21 July 2014 - 20 December 2018
Warwickshire at War
Royal Regiment of Fusiliers Museum
On now 1 August 2014 - 1 November 2018
Forgotten Fighters: the First World War at Sea
National Maritime Museum
On now 2 August 2014 - 21 December 2018
For King and Country
On now 1 November 2014 - 1 March 2017
Gomersal and the Great War
On now 22 November 2014 - 11 November 2018
World War One Replica Trench System
The Potteries Museum & Art Gallery
On now 1 April 2015 - 1 November 2018
The De Morgan Collection
Watts Gallery – Artists' Village
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