Art Dubai is one of the most international art fairs, a major event in the art world calendar. This year the focus is on storytelling.
Famous faces – from actors to writers – depicted by members of The Royal Society of Portrait Painters go on view at the Mall Galleries in March.
When she quit modelling as a teenager, Aigana Gali used the experience to build her bespoke brand, based in Belgravia, blending fashion and art.
Picasso’s granddaughter the art historian Diana Widmaier-Picasso talks about growing up with his paintings decorating her home, and her new book about him.
Studio Pottery London, in Eccleston Yards, encourages city workers to get creative and enjoy therapeutic sessions working with clay.
Works of art – some never put on public display before – from the largely overlooked British Baroque period go on show at Tate Britain this spring.
Look out for a swathe of fabulous art exhibitions across the Chelsea and South Kensington area this season – from classic art to modern, collage to paintings of horses.
Don’t miss this startling exhibition by Chelsea houseboat artist Cyril de Commarque when you visit the Tutankhamun exhibition at the Saatchi Gallery.
See works of art by the finalists and winners of Sky Arts’ Landscape Artist of the Year series at Clarendon Fine Art in Mayfair.
There’s everything from Picasso to modern art on show at exhibitions across Mayfair this spring. You’ll be spoilt for choice.
Try the new MasterPeace art studio in Eccleston Yards, Belgravia, to release your inner creativity and for mindfulness. Children’s classes available too.
Simon Gillespie, the Mayfair-based art conservator and restorer, breathes new life into forgotten and misattributed works of beauty.