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<p>Serpentine Pavilion 2022, Black Chapel, designed by Theaster Gates. Design render, exterior view.</p>

Theaster Gates’s Serpentine Pavilion - The sacred made mundane

The artist’s structure is permeated with rich ideas, none of which are effectively expressed in this simplistic realisation


Dippy the dinosaur’s home (but not for long)

The diplodocus is back at the Natural History Museum but a new home is being sought for when it leaves again in January


Edvard Munch: Masterpieces from Bergen at the Courtauld Gallery review

In just 18 pictures this show charts the development of Munch from aspiring Impressionist to creator of one of the world’s most famous paintings


Gold at the British Library: gorgeous, glittering and illuminating

This fascinating and dazzling exhibition of texts embellished with gold shows how the precious metal speaks the same language across continents


The apple of Gauguin’s eye goes on show in Tate’s Cézanne spectacular

Many of French artist Paul Cézanne’s works will be displayed in the UK for the first time from October


Lindsay Seers & Keith Sargent - Cold Light review: A beguiling show

Don’t expect to emerge with a clear sense of what this exhibition means, but do expect to be absorbed and even enthralled


Future Shock review: Dramatic but forgettable installations

The works are striking but it feels like something is missing


Walter Sickert review: This is a wonderful show, full of drama

This marvellously comprehensive exhibition documents the evolution of Sickert as an artist


What to see at the Venice Biennale: Sonia Boyce to the Sami Pavilion

The Venice Biennale is back and it’s as thrilling as ever, but what should you take the time to see?


Wellington: Women and Friendship review: Worth a visit to Apsley House

This small but intriguing exhibition suggests that the Duke of Wellington set a great deal of store by women as friends


The best shows to take kids and teens to in the Easter school holidays

Our guide to what to see with your family over the break


New Harry Potter exhibition celebrating fantastic beasts to open

The exhibition will introduce viewers to the world of Harry Potter’s weird and wonderful creatures


Venice Biennale artist Sonia Boyce on her British Pavilion show

The trailblazer is finally getting her due, and not before time


Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster: Alienarium 5 at the Serpentine review

This is the most radical intervention in the Serpentine’s polite buildings seen in years


Larry Achiampong on his new permanent work at Westminster station

The British-Ghanaian artist has made a powerful new work by adapting the TFL roundel


Radical Horizons: From the Desert Dust to Derbyshire at Chatsworth

Sculptures from the annual festival in Nevada have been transported to the Derbyshire landscape


Japan: Courts & Culture at the Queen’s Gallery: glittering gifts

This show of royal gifts from Japan to successive English monarchs has much to enjoy - but a bigger exhibition is surely overdue


Raphael at National Gallery: a Renaissance man fit for his pedestal

The long-awaited blockbuster exhibition finally opens at the National Gallery, and it’s an onslaught of beauty


Football: Designing the Beautiful Game - a treasure trove of stories

A new exhibition focusing on the world’s most popular game from a design perspective is full of fascinating nuggets


Canaletto’s Venice Revisited in Greenwich: postcards of a city at risk

A marvellous collection of works by the artist form the centrepiece of this show that looks at Venice then and now


Inspiring Walt Disney at the Wallace Collection: hail the human touch

This exhibition reveals just how much Walt Disney revelled in the Rococo


Radio Ballads review: affirms the transformative power of art

The show, featuring multiple films and video installations from four artists, takes a few hours to see - but it’s really worth the time investment


Queer Britain: The UK’s first LGBTQ+ museum will open in London in May

The museum, called Queer Britain, will be launching with a temporary display


Rooted Beings exhibition review: woo-woo aside, a fascinating show

The best works in this absorbing show are those which speak for themselves


Crowdfunding campaign launched to save iconic Walpole portrait

The Trust is hoping to bring the portrait of a young Walpole back to his home of Strawberry Hill


Hew Locke, the new Tate Britain Commission artist

Locke’s new work The Procession is a coming together of ideas he’s been exploring for nearly 30 years - and now people are talking about them


A warm welcome: inside the Vagina Museum’s new home in Bethnal Green

Its period of closure is over - the world’s only museum dedicated to the gynaecological anatomy is back and bigger than ever


Ali Cherri at the National Gallery review - vandalism made good

The Beirut-born artist has explored the histories of vandalised art and in doing so reveals them afresh


Fashioning Masculinities, V&A: the future of men’s fashion... frocks?

This mammoth attempt to cover the history of men’s fashion from 1500 to today is lavish and joyful, even if it has the odd hole


Out and About! at Barbican Curve review: queer and beautiful

Queer history isn’t just about political activism, it’s a celebration of culture and sexuality