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Barbican | Ends 28th January 2018 | £16.00 Basquiat has intrigued the art world ever since he rose to prominence from the streets of New York under the attention of Andy Warhol in the 1980s. He found himself at the epicentre of the Lower Manhattan art culture in the 1970s, which provided plenty of opportunity for the artist to...

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  Royal Academy of Arts | Ends August 2017 | £14.00   The Royal Academy's Summer Exhibition is upon us once again for it's 249th edition. The world's oldest open-submissions exhibition has run uninterrupted since it's very first show in 1768 & continues to provide an interesting insight into the present day art scene....

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  Historically the most expensive paintings consisted of Old Master pieces such as the work of Rubens - review. The age of these works borders art with antiquity as highly collectable. However, there has since been a shift towards Modern paintings as the most expensive investment since the 1987 sale of Vase of Fifteen Sunflowers by...

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Bristol Biennial is an international artist-led festival of visual art. Every two years, Bristol Biennial showcases exceptional emerging artists and projects that encourage public interaction. The festival also forges international partnerships and exchanges, providing local artists with new...

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                                                                                  A truly engrossing installation is now in place at the Barbican's Curve Gallery for those wishing to experience something extra from their usual day. The light, sound &...

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