A major new work of art has been unveiled inside Piccadilly Circus tube station to commemorate the defining work done by Frank Pick to create the London Underground we recognise today.
Tomorrow (22nd Nov), if you are at a select number of tube stations, you might leave with a printed piece of artwork,
At the moment, if you go to the upper floors at St Pancras Station, there's a massive steel twisted blade spinning overhead.
An ill-fated house built for Queens but rarely used by them, used by governments and as an art gallery, and now newly restored.
Drawings and designs by the surrealist artist, Gerald Scarfe are on display at the Barbican at the moment.
Five years ago, a German street artist paid an overnight visit to Smithfield meat market and left behind a cluster of art, which is still there slowly decaying over time.
Brixton based artist Zineb Sedira has created a series of films and large-scale photographs that will be displayed at King's Cross St Pancras, Euston, Highbury & Islington and Brixton later this month.
For one day next week, there will be a small display of astonishingly small model trains at King's Cross station. They're carved out of pencils.
A new display has opened in the British Museum, of puppets from Southeast Asia - and its probably the first time many of the objects have gone on public display.
To mark the latest Olympic games, some of the Paralympians have been rendered into art form and are on display at the Crossrail station in Canary Wharf.
Apart from the political transformation, revolutions often throw up blasts of cultural output as repressed people explode in in a frenzy of creativity.
Starting from next Monday, Victoria line stations will be showing video clips in a 1960s spy movie style as part of the Art on the Underground.
A curved expanse drifting into darkness and miniature illuminations are interspersed with red flowers dripping blood.
The ending of the first Industrial Revolution marked the birth of another, the Information Revolution -- in the form of the first photographs, and to mark that revolution, a new exhibition has opened at the Science Museum.
The dark glasses wearing gloomy commentator on food and architecture has an art exhibition, housed in the achingly fashionable part of London in an achingly fashionable unfinished space of an empty building.
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