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from his Catalan identity to his political and artistic responses to the Spanish Civil War and Franco’s regime.

Tate Modern, Bankside SE1 Daily 10am - 6pm Friday & Saturday until 10pm Admission: £15.50/ £13.50 concessions/ Free for Tate Members, Patrons and Children under 12 accompanied by an adult

Museum of London London Street Photography Until 4th September

Bawden, The Machine Gunners by Robert Westall, The Silver Sword by Ian Serraillier and Little Soldier by Bernard Ashley. Although the the exhibition focuses on these central five chosen books through amazing life-size sets, scale models and interactive exhibits, visitors will also be introduced to other favourites such as Goodnight Mister Tom and When Hitler Stole Pink Rabbit.

Imperial War Museum, Lambeth Road SE1 Daily 10am - 6pm Admission: £5.95 adults/ £4.95 concessions/ £3.95 children

Tate Modern Joan Miró

The Ladder of Escape Until 11th September

his major exhibition will gather more than 150 paintings, sculptures and works on paper by the great Spanish Surrealist artist Joan Miró (1893 - 1983).


Miró was an immensely prolific artist, aided by an obsessive work ethic and a long career, and this exhibition ably demonstrates his extensive output by drawing a representative selection of his works from collections around the world. The exhibition looks at Miró’s eclectic interests and influences,

British Museum

Afghanistan: Crossroads of the Ancient World Until 3rd July

Courtauld Gallery Life, Legend, Landscape Victorian Drawings and Watercolours Until 15th May

Design Museum Shad Thames SE1 Wim Crouwel A Graphic Odyssey Until 3rd July

Estorick Collection of Modern Italian Art Canonbury N1 Double Portrait

Zoran Music and Ida Barbarigo Until 12th June


his new exhibition of over 200 photographs looks at London street photography from its earliest days in the 1860s right up to the present day. Selected from the Museum of London’s own extensive collection of London street images, the exhibition examines the evolution of street photography over 150 years and explores the importance of these images as social history documents. The show runs throughout the Spring and Summer and is a great opportunity not only to see some captivating images of London life but also to see how much, and sometimes how little, London and Londoners have changed.


Museum of London, London Wall EC2 Daily 10am - 6pm Admission: FREE

What’s On March - June

Geffrye Museum At Home in Japan

Beyond the Minimal House Opens 22nd March

Guildhall Art Gallery Sir John Gilbert Art and Imagination in the Victorian Age Opens 29th April

National Gallery Jan Gossaert’s Renaissance Until 30th May

National Portrait Gallery Ida Kar

Bohemian Photographer 1908-74

Until 19th June

Royal Academy of Arts Watteau: The Drawings Until 5th June

Sir John Soane’s Museum Lincoln’s Inn Fields WC2

The Petrified Music of Architecture: Sir Herbert Oakley’s Collection of Cathedral Models Opens 8th April

Tate Modern Gabriel Orozco Until 25th April

Tate Britain Watercolour Until 21st August

George Davison Reid (1871-1933)Fleet Street, looking west, c. 1930

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