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The Best Exhibitions in London | reviews, news & interviews

The Best Exhibitions in London

The Best Exhibitions in London

From the Turner Prize shortlist to the future of gaming: our guide to what to see in the city

'Love Among the Ruins', 1873 from the Edward Burne-Jones exhibition at Tate Britain© Private Collection


Bill Viola/Michelangelo: Life Death Rebirth, Royal Academy ★★★★ An American video artist meets an old master. Until 31 Mar

Courtauld Impressionists: From Manet to Cézanne, Courtauld Gallery ★★★★★ Much loved treasures seen afresh reveal the collector's eye. Until 20 Jan

Edward Burne-Jones, Tate Britain ★★★ Wide-ranging exhibition of idiosyncratic English artist, both loved and loathed. Until 24 Feb

Fausto Melotti: Counterpoint, Estorick Collection ★★★★ Compact, focused exhibition on lesser-known Italian sculptor. Until 17 Apr

Klimt/Schiele, Royal Academy ★★★★ Elegance and brutality converge in drawings from the Albertina Museum, Vienna. Until 3 Feb

Michael Rakowitz: The Invisible Enemy Should Not Exist, Fourth Plinth, Trafalgar Square ★★★★ Mythical Assyrian guardian deity occupies square commemorating battle. Until Mar 2020

Oceania, Royal Academy ★★★★★ Powerful introduction to the art of the Pacific Islands. Until 10 Dec

Videogames: Design/Play/Disrupt, V&A ★★★★ A comprehensive look at gaming present and future has surprisingly broad appeal. Until 24 Feb

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