May 30 2015 Latest news:
For the first time, visitors can enjoy the collective works of Canaletto, and admire his impressions of Britain, which he captured during his nine-year stay in the country.
Relive your childhood at ‘War Games’, a vibrant exhibition from the V&A’s Museum of Childhood collections.
View a range of artworks created in response to a government scheme in 1939 that encouraged artists to capture Britain’s character and places of interest.
View the vibrant works of artist Stanley Royle and discover how his paintings captured the changing landscape of Yorkshire.
This British Museum exhibition focuses on the printed propaganda that either reviled or glorified Napoleon Bonaparte at the turn of the 19th century.
In the run-up to May’s general election, the Election! Britain Votes exhibition is primed to stir public emotions. Accessing the People’s History Museum’s extensive collections, the exhibition will showcase an object from every general election since 1906, from propaganda posters to Harold Wilson’s pipe, encapsulating the nation’s modern voting history.
Follow the history of tennis culture, fashions and traditions across the years with the Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum’s latest exhibition.
In the closing weeks of the Museum of London’s highly successful Sherlock Holmes exhibition, we caught up with the exhibition’s curator, Alex Werner, to discover the work that went into putting this vast sleuth-showcase together.
Instantly recognisable, the pop artwork of American artist Roy Lichtenstein is among the most striking and radical of the 20th century.
View silkscreen prints and sculptural editions by one of the world’s most significant contemporary artists and explore the relationship between science, art and religion, which have dominated Damien Hirst’s 25-year career.
Help celebrate the international talents of portrait artists at this free-of-charge exhibition which hosts a vast range of styles and approaches to the subject matter.
Bringing together a collection of work from 118 international artists, (detail) forms a vast collage of intriguing, abstract scenes, which when studied individually tell their own stories.
View an amusing and affectionate portrayal of life in the Yorkshire mill town of Hebden Bridge and the surrounding area in the 1970s as captured by documentary photographer and satirist Martin Parr.
The striking creations of fashion designer Alexander McQueen will be delighting visitors to the V&A from March to July this year.