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Five at the Folkestone Triennial

29 August 2014

The third Folkestone Triennial offers an ambitious programme this autumn; based on the theme ‘Lookout’, it features 20 new artist commissions and a variety of free events. We round up the highlights.

Museum lates in September

27 August 2014

Kate Mosse talks taxidermy, murder at the museum and a sonic art takeover – our pick of the most exciting after-hours events taking place at museums and galleries in September.

Art Staycations: London

25 August 2014

The National Art Pass is your passport to great art all over the UK – here's what's on offer in London.

Art News – weekly round-up

22 August 2014

The National Gallery allows selfies, Grayson Perry reveals his new house and the world's largest hoard gets a clean-up – we round up the top art stories of the week.

Bank holiday trips

21 August 2014

Looking for something to do with the family this bank holiday? We've chosen our favourite places to visit over the long weekend, from Henry VIII's battleship to a Victorian town.

Competition: Turner and Constable

21 August 2014

To celebrate the stellar exhibition line-up this autumn, we're offering a double set of prizes to two of this season's biggest shows.

Autumn blockbusters

20 August 2014

From hazy romantic landscapes to rare Chinese treasures, awe-inspiring portraits to experimental art produced while high on hallucinogenic drugs – we pick the top shows to see this season.

Art staycations: Norfolk

18 August 2014

The National Art Pass is your passport to great art all over the UK – here's what's on offer in Norfolk.

Art News – weekly round-up

15 August 2014

Robots reveal Tate after dark, a Guernica masterpiece is stolen and stamps celebrate British prime ministers – we round up the top art stories of the week.

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