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Young Contemporary Talent from The Ingram Collection

Innovative works drawn from the Young Contemporary Talent branch of The Ingram Collection will be showcased at The Lightbox.

Upcoming art Exhibitions to see in the South East

The best upcoming art exhibitions opening this spring in the South East of England

Spring Flower Shows

The best places to get your fill of flowers and green-fingered fun.

Out of the Block: Henry Moore Carvings

Discover some of the British sculptors most creative works.

Liverpool Biennial announces Beautiful World Where Are You?

In colloboration with the Tate, Liverpool Biennial recently announced the artists that would feature in this year's city wide exhibition.

Compton Verney Opens Two New Exhibitions

Compton Verney opens two new exhibitions this week, both of which demonstrate that art will always find a way, and the power of comradery in creative ventures.

Bristol’s Hidden Gems: Commercial Art Galleries

With blockbuster galleries such as the Arnolfini and RWA, it can be easy to overlook Bristol’s lesser-known art destinations. To help you explore a little further off the beaten track, we’ve put together this list of commercial galleries.

POP! Art in a Changing Britain at The Pallant House Gallery

Pallant House Gallery exhibits an exciting and never seen before collection of Britain's best Pop Art.

‘Leonard Rosoman: Painting Theatre’ at Pallant House Gallery

Pallant House Gallery explores the influence of the theatre on British painter Leonard Rosoman.

Top Events to Mark 100 Years of Voting Rights for Women

Our selection of the best ways to celebrate the centenary of voting rights for women.

Architects: Portraits by Ivan Jones

A wonderful series of portraits of leading European female architects begins its national tour at Jerwood Gallery.

14-18 NOW Programme Announcement 2018

What to expect for 14-18 NOW’s final year of creative programming in response to the centenary of the First World War.

Cardiff on a Budget

Cardiff is perfect for a day-visit – here’s what to see and do while you’re in town.

Top 5 Art Galleries in Liverpool

If you're in need of a dose of culture, head to one of these wonderful galleries.

A Guide to LGBTQ Brighton

Whether you want to explore the queer history of Brighton, go clubbing or see some comedy, this guide has everything.

Gluck: Art and Identity

‘In the matter of dress, the girl of the future will be indistinguishable from her brother or her boyfriend.’

Grayson Perry: The Life of Julie Cope

Discover Grayson Perry's incredible and unique presentation ‘The Life of Julie Cope’ at Colchester's Firstsite Gallery.

‘A Green and Pleasant Land’ at the Towner Gallery

The exciting Eastbourne gallery displays the work of fifty artists in this far-reaching exhibition.

'Hannah Ryggen: Woven Histories' at Modern Art Oxford

“On walking into this exhibition it is impossible not to be immediately struck by the technical intricacy and skill involved.” Don’t miss the first major solo presentation of one of Scandinavia’s most outstanding artistic figures.

'Lenin: Leader of the Russian Revolution’ at The North Wall

From pictures of Lenin as a child to posters produced by his government, this is an exhibition not to be missed.

An Interview with Filmmaker and Photographer Qiu Yang

Qiu Yang’s film A Gentle Night was awarded the Short Film Palme d’Or at Cannes this year. Culture Calling speak to him about his work and his inspiration.

'Slanguages' Exhibition at The Buttery

Discover how languages are propelling British grime, comedy and percussion.

24 Hours in Exeter

Small in size, but big in heart, Devon’s capital is the perfect city break.

'Bomberg' Exhibition Comes to Pallant House Gallery

Pallant House Gallery present a major exhibition of David Bomberg (1890 – 1957), marking the 60th anniversary of his death.

Independence of Vision: ‘Bomberg’ at Pallant House Gallery

Marking the 60th Anniversary of David Bomberg's death, ‘Bomberg’ is a fascinating look at one of the greatest, but often forgotten, British artists of the 20th Century.

A Stitch in Time: An Interview with Artist Alice Kettle

We speak with the multi award-winning textile artist about her upcoming solo exhibition, ‘Alice Kettle: Threads’, which commemorates her stunning body of monumental stitched artworks.

Art Speaks: An Interview with Spoken Word Artist Amani Saeed

To celebrate National Poetry Day, Culture Calling speaks with spoken word artist, and the 2017 winner of Art UK and National Poetry Day’s Art Speaks competition, Amani Saeed.

An Interview with The Other Art Fair

Culture Calling speaks to Jessica Chow, fair manager of The Other Art Fair, one of the UK's most exciting and important artistic initiatives.

A Guide to the Edinburgh Fringe 2017

Every August the incomparable Edinburgh Festival takes root in the Scottish capital, bringing with it hundreds of thousands of performers, critics, musicians, comedians. Read on for our guide to some of the shows to look out for.

An Interview with Tessa Lynch

We speak to the seminal artist about her upcoming performance at Bristol's Spike Island

Mischief and Madness in Moominvalley

Moomin mania is coming to Bristol. We speak to Bristol-based collective Lost and Found on their performance.

Rose Finn Kelcey: Life, Belief & Beyond

We speak to the curators behind Oxford Modern's latest retrospective on British-born artist Rose Finn Kelsey


Whether it’s cutting-edge design, contemporary artwork or mind-blowing street art, we bring you the best of the UK’s art and design scene. From blockbuster exhibitions to niche shows you won't hear about anywhere else, we aim to keep you up-to-date with the best and latest must-see art works. 

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