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Commissioned as a contemporary response to our 2018 exhibition on Spanish Baroque artist Jusepe de Ribera, this moving dance piece from award-winning choreographer Dane Hurst is now available to watch in full online.
Bringing together 42 artists including Leonora Carrington, Francis Bacon, Henry Moore and Paul Nash, this first exhibition of 2020 will explore the exciting, transgressive and bizarre movement of British Surrealism.
Trace the history of photography from the 1840s to now, as told through depictions of botany and the natural world.
In our increasingly security-conscious world we are becoming accustomed to using our fingerprints and facial images to provide information about personal identity. Join Professor Michael Fairhurst to reflect on the impact of biometrics and personal identity on our society.
Throughout its history the capital has been a battleground between a free market in property and attempts to curb and corral it. The attempts have always failed. Is that a good thing, or is it a pity? Join Sir Simon Jenkins, Chairman of the National Trust and one of Britain's most prominent journalists to explore this question.