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From its foundation in 1768 the Royal Academy of Arts has provided a voice for art and artists. We are an independent charity led by eminent artists and architects—the Royal Academicians—and we pursue our mission through exhibitions, education and debate.
As Halloween looms, galleries across London and the UK are putting on exhibitions of a notably gothic nature.
RA Magazine’s Sam Phillips picks 20 of the best Frieze week openings and events.
From the Turner Prize shortlist at Tate Britain to the inaugural exhibition at White Rainbow Gallery, dedicated to Japanese art.
From C.R.W. Nevinson's images of the First World War at Osborne Samuel London, to a new body of work from Kai Althoff at Michael Werner.
From fifteenth century China at the British Museum to Raqs Media Collective's new exhibition at Frith Street Gallery.
From two very different exhibitions at Hauser & Wirth to coastline prints by Norman Ackroyd RA at Mall Galleries.
From an exhibition of the late works of JMW Turner RA at Tate Britain to 1930s fashion photography from Horst P. Horst.
We're taking a break from our regular format and stepping outside the gallery walls for a special summer issue of RA Recommends.
From the beginnings of colour photography in Russia to the powerful and poetic portraits of artist Celia Paul.
From a survey of the work of Charles Rennie Mackintosh at Glasgow's Hunterian to the last days of shows from Sean Scully RA, Phyllida Barlow RA and more.
From marking the centenary of World War I at the Imperial War Museum to Salisbury Cathedral, where John Maine RA's sculptures are set around the grounds.
From Dottori's Futurist landscapes at the Estorick Collection to Raven Row, where dancers perform the pioneering works of Yvonne Rainer.
From a showcase of Mayfair galleries to the blurred lines of painting and photography by Gerhard Richter and Sigmar Polke.
From London's annual architecture festival to Georgian polymath, William Kent.
From Quentin Blake's whimsical illustrations to Matthew Barney's surreal films.
From the NPG's annual BP Portrait Award to Academician Fred Cuming's serene seascapes.
From figurative sculpture at the Hayward Gallery to jazz-influenced canvases by painter Sean Scully RA.
From contemporary takes on Hogarth's 'A Rake's Progress' to early works by Ian McKeever RA.
From 'the Picasso of India' to Royal Academician Richard Wilson at the Whitstable Biennale.
From Lucian Freud’s superb collection of Frank Auerbach works to a survey of recent American abstract art.
From exhibitions, talks and events at Clerkenwell Design Week to the opening of the 9/11 Memorial Museum.
From everyday design to the painterly abstraction of Richard Smith's works on paper.
From an ex-RA Schools student to Architect and designer Daniel Weil.
From the latest Artangel commission to the history of British comics.
From a new sculpture at Heathrow to photojournalism from the set of La Dolce Vita.
From experimental films to Turner's seascapes, everything worth seeing in the world of art this week.
Swimming in the Thames, a new Serpentine Pavilion and the Pritzker Prize winner announced.
From the streets of Soho to the landscapes of north Cornwall, everything worth seeing in the world of art this week.
From the early works of Alan Davie RA to Pop-inspired sculpture, everything worth seeing in the world of art this week.
From Lorna Simpson's photographic explorations of gender and race to hallucinogenic visions of deserts and streetscapes; everything worth seeing this week.
This April we’re celebrating the versatile art of printmaking. But it's not just us: a whole host of print-related exhibitions are taking place across the capital. Here is our pick of the best.
From Freudian installations to Georgian architecture: everything worth seeing in the world of art this week.
From the political cartoons of Abdul Raheem Yassir to Venetian Old Masters; everything worth seeing in the world of art this week.
From '60s performance art to scenes of everyday life in New York; everything worth seeing in the world of art this week.
From derelict Detroit to the return of Crystal Palace: the biggest stories in architecture this March.
From Romantic landscapes to video installations; everything worth seeing in the world of art this week.
From the art of glass to theatrical environments: everything worth seeing this week.
From Seventies abstract art to a pop-up print shop in Mayfair: everything worth seeing this week.
From found objects to Neo-Gothic interiors: everything worth seeing this week.
From contemporary maritime art to disemboweled books: everything worth seeing this week.
From iconic sunflowers to architectural installations: everything worth seeing this week.
'Hiker Meat', Venice in Walthamstow and collage at the Whitechapel: everything worth seeing this week.
From 100 works on paper to Asian art in London: everything worth seeing this week.
From Tate Liverpool's new Duveen commission to the World Press Photo Exhibition: everything worth seeing this week.
From photographic portraits to artists' museums: everything worth seeing this week.