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The Best Art Exhibitions to see in London in 2017:

December 31st, 2016

Our guide to the best exhibitions in London in 2017 regularly updated to keep you abreast of everything happening in the capital's museums and galleries throughout the coming year.

Henry VIII's lost palace of Nonsuch - V&A acquires a painting that shows us what it looked like:

December 9th, 2016

A watercolour by the celebrated Flemish painter Joris Hoefnagel depicting Henry VIII's fabled lost palace of Nonsuch has been 'saved for the nation' by the V&A.

Nine highlights from the Rupf Collection at Guggenheim Bilbao:

November 25th, 2016

A tour of some of the most impressive modernist and contemporary artworks in a leading Swiss collection, currently on show at the Guggenheim Bilbao for the first time.

Archaeologists find remarkably rare preserved Middle Saxon cemetery with wooden coffins:

November 16th, 2016

Archaeologists find remarkably preserved Anglo-Saxon plank-lined graves and tree-trunk coffins dating from the 7th-9th century AD at a site in East Anglia.

Curator's Choice: The Scold's Thew - a medieval punishment for women only at Ipswich Museum:

November 15th, 2016

Anton Roberts talks about the Scold's Thew - a medieval punishment device designed to punish property-less poor women who "made trouble with their neighbours".

Natural History Museum makes amends by sending Dippy the Diplodocus on a nationwide tour:

November 15th, 2016

After the shock of his departure from the NHM there are smiles all around the UK as Dippy the Diplodocus prepares to head out on a massive tour of the UK.

Archaeologists uncover the stage and other treasures at Shakepseare's Curtain Theatre:

November 10th, 2016

Archaeologists have unearthed yet more treasures and the original stage during their dig at the Shakespearean Curtain Theatre in London's Shoreditch.

Wold Newton hoard of Roman coins secured by Yorkshire Museum:

November 9th, 2016

Following a crowd funding campaign, the Yorkshire Museum has secured a stunning hoard of Roman coins found by a metal detectorist near the village of Wold Newton, East Yorkshire, in 2014.

X-ray of painting solves mystery surrounding portrait of Catherine Dickens:

November 3rd, 2016

Staff at the The Dickens Museum have found themselves swinging from dismay to elation as X-rays have been used to investigate the truth hidden inside a treasured portrait of Catherine Dickens by Daniel Maclise.

Can museum taxidermy help primate conservation? Monkey Business conveys a serious message:

October 27th, 2016

A vast collection of new taxidermy specimens is to be revealed at National Museum Scotland in the most comprehensive exhibition on primates ever staged in the UK.

How Ken Russell's photos of Teddy Girls and Teddy Boys captured Britain's first teenage tribe:

October 21st, 2016

In the post war years Ken Russell travelled the blitzed world of East End estates and fun fairs photographing Teddy Girls and Boys - and captured the birth of the teenager in Britain.

Radical poster pioneer Paul Peter Piech celebrated at People's History Museum:

September 30th, 2016

A major retrospective of the career of artist, humanitarian and radical poster campaigner Paul Peter Piech opens at the People’s History Museum in Manchester.

Bedlam: The Asylum and Beyond dives headlong into mental health at the Wellcome Collection:

September 26th, 2016

Are museums the right place for discussions about social issues, and should their exhibitions tackle them? Rachel Teskey takes a look at the Wellcome's new show, which starts with the 13th century Bethlem Royal Hospital.

Grunts and Grapples: These are the stars who made wrestling great for four decades in Britain:

September 25th, 2016

In its World of Sport slot on Saturday teatime, wrestling became an ITV ratings winner between 1955 and 1989. Now a new exhibition in Tunbridge Wells is showing off costumes, posters and a Jeremy Deller video.

Jarvis Cocker curates a new exhibition in London based on his 90s Outsider Art series Journeys to the Outside:

September 25th, 2016

Nek Chand, the self-taught Indian who made an 18-acre rock sculpture garden, and St Eom, a visionary from Georgia responsible for a seven-acre artscape, are part of The Gallery of Everything.

Comic artists re imagine Beatrix Potter for 150th Anniversary:

September 23rd, 2016

To mark the 150th anniversary of Beatrix Potter, award-winning comic artists have given their time and talents to reimagine the characters and artwork of Beatrix Potter, with stunning results.

This is the only surviving artificial leg made in Glasgow for a limbless First World War soldier:

September 22nd, 2016

This is the only known surviving Erskine leg. It’s a right leg made for Erskine House - then known as a hospital for limbless sailors and soldiers - at some point between 1916 and 1918.

Three men volunteered to defuse 17 unexploded mines dropped over London near the start of the Blitz:

September 21st, 2016

The George Cross medal given to Richard Moore, a mine disposal volunteer who helped seek out 17 unexploded parachutes during five September days in 1940, goes on display today.

Gerald Laing: From Andy Warhol and Brigitte Bardot to Amy Winehouse and George W Bush, 21 of the artist's works:

September 20th, 2016

The first posthumous exhibition of British Pop artist and sculptor Gerald Laing has just opened at The Fine Art Society on the fifth anniversary of his death.

These extraordinary maps show 50 years of war from both sides of early 20th century conflicts:

October 20th, 2017

A new exhibition brings together some of the most important pictorial war maps of the 20th century - including the Boer War, Russian Civil War and two World Wars.

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