The Royal College of Art will host the first-ever solo show of the late music star, RCA alumnus and painter, Ian Dury from tomorrow.
Works by numerous famous artists have gone on display ahead of an auction on Wednesday evening.
Artist Stephen Wiltshire - known for drawing incredibly detailed cityscapes from memory - has captured the view from the top of The Shard.
An auctioneer in Miami preparing to sell a 'Bansky' street painting taken from a London wall says if anyone can prove the sale is illegal he'll take it off the market.
The 'Banksy' disappeared from a wall in Wood Green earlier this month, and is expected to fetch up to half a million dollars in the sale tomorrow.
Ria Chaterjee has our report:
ITV News spoke to the man responsible for delivering 270 pieces of art to London's Underground network.
Mark Wallinger unveiling one of his 270 pieces for each of the stations on London Underground network.
In the largest ever commission of its kind, Mark Wallinger today unveils Labyrinth, 270 unique works, one for each of the 270 stations on the London Underground network.
The commission, from Art on the Underground, is one of the highlights of a series of special events and commissions in 2013 to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the London Underground
There are plenty of art galleries in London, but few that showcase work from 40,000 years ago.
At the British Museum, sculptures, ceramics and drawings are on display from the last Ice Age.
Martin Stew has been to take a look.
The Lion Man of Hohlenstein-Stadel was carved around 40,000 years ago but according to Jill Cook, Senior Curator at the British Museum, it shows how intelligent Ice Age artists could be.
The British Museum has brought together examples of Ice Age art from across Europe for a new exhibition. Some of the exhibits are 40,000 years old and help researchers to understand how humans developed creative ways of thinking.
An exhibition of photos of the 2011 London riots has gone on display.
The Strand Gallery is hosting the exhibition, which centres on images seen around the world, taken by photojournalist Lewis Whyld.
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