Each year a selection of landscape photographs are displayed in railway stations -- and the call for entries is now open for this year.
The annual fortnight of lighting displays is back at Canary Wharf, and hugely popular as ever. The first hint that this might be pulling in the crowds when on a normally fairly quiet weekend evening, Canary Wharf tube station looks…
A large Royal Mail building in Nine Elms that will soon be blocks of flats is opening its doors to the public for the first time, and two large displays are being installed, including real-life arcade games.
This year marks the 500th anniversary of Raphael’s death, and oddly, the V&A has decided to close it's Raphael Court for most of the year.
An exceptionally rare porcelain sculpture, made in London in the 1740s, and rediscovered in a French flea market has gone on display in the V&A.
A print made in Italy around a decade after the Great Fire of London is up for sale, and shows the conflagration at its height.
For the first time ever, three famous paintings of Queen Elizabeth I, the Armada Portraits, are going on display together in the same place, at Queen's House in Greenwich.
Fresh from promoting a national newspaper, Westminster tube station's roundels have been given an artist makeover -- with an African theme.
A part of a major rebuilding project, the National Portrait Gallery has announced that it will be closing for three years, from the end of June 2020.
Sitting elegantly on a spiral staircase is a shop mascot, a famous cat that once turned the head of Dodie Smith, author of 101 Dalmatians.
For the first time in over a century, one of central London's lesser known, but rather wonderful museums, the Wallace Collection is to be allowed to lend its collection of grand master paintings to other venues.
Olympia, which is on the District line (occasionally), will next week play host to a 1967 era Victoria line train.
The two new tube stations on the Northern line extension are getting new art installations especially designed for them.
An otherwise ordinary Victorian terrace house conceals within a Cathedral of decoration.
Ever since the De Morgan museum in Wandsworth closed in 2014, it's been a bit difficult to see the collection, but soon it'll be a lot easier.