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TIM COOKE EXPLORES THE MESMERISING MADNESS OF MAJOR MOMENTS OF 20th CENTURY AMERICAN ART NOW ON DISPLAY IN LONDON

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The Mary Rose Museum displays Henry VIII's prize warship

VISITORS TO ENGLAND’S MARY ROSE MUSEUM CAN NOW GET CLOSER THAN EVER TO HENRY VIII’S PRIZE WARSHIP

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The new £260 million Tate Modern in London

THE IMPRESSIVE NEW £260 MILLION TATE MODERN IN LONDON AIMS TO DISPLAY MORE INTERNATIONAL ART, DIFFERENT KINDS OF ART AND MORE WORK BY FEMALE ARTISTS

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MUSEUMS ON THE WESTERN FRONT MARK FIRST WORLD WAR CENTENARY

MUSEUMS AND MEMORIALS ON THE WESTERN FRONT ARE ATTRACTING MORE VISITORS THAN EVER FOR FIRST WORLD WAR CENTENARY COMMEMORATIONS

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Ai Weiwei's Colored Vases

Time is fast running out for the chance to see Chinese artist Ai Weiwei’s landmark exhibition at London’s Royal Academy.

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Bansky's Dismaland 'Bemusement Park'

A visit to Banksy’s Dismaland will slap you in the face with the sickly realities now hard-wired into daily experience

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St Ives, Cornwall, an artistic jewel

More than two decades after it first opened Tate’s new extension is set to offer more space for the inspirational work of the St Ives artists.

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Three art galleries on England’s south-eastern coast are lighting up summer with a series of exhibitions featuring LS Lowry, Bridget Riley and William Gear.

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Sean Scully (b.1945) A Happy Land, 1987 Collection: Tate © Sean Scully Photo © Sean Scully

Amidst a global tour marking his 70th birthday, Sean Scully’s Dublin homecoming is a special moment – the first living artist to have a major solo exhibition in the National Gallery of Ireland.

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Memorial pool on the site of the Twin Towers

New York’s 9/11 Memorial Museum on the site of the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center is a tough visit.

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