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Quentin Blake exhibition - London...Quentin Blake poses with some of his illustrations at the world's first public gallery and education space dedicated to illustration the 'House of Illustration' in the heart of King's Cross, which is to open on 2nd July with a exhibition of Blake's work called Inside Stories. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Tuesday July 1, 2014. Photo credit should read: Sean Dempsey/PA Wire

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Quentin Blake poses with some of his work at the House of Illustration, the world’s first public gallery and education space dedicated to illustration. The gallery, in the heart of King’s Cross, will open on July 2 with Inside Stories, an exhibition of Blake’s work Read more

Richard Deacon...British artist and Turner Prize winner Richard Deacon poses with his sculpture 'Out of Order 2003' at Tate Britain art gallery in London during the launch of the exhibition of his artworks at the gallery, Monday Feb. 3, 2014.

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British artist and 1987 Turner Prize winner Richard Deacon poses with his sculpture ‘Out of Order 2003′ at Tate Britain gallery in London during the launch of an exhibition of his work Read more

A Christie's employee looks up at artist Martin Honert's 'Giants' at The Thinking Big auction exhibition at the Sorting Office on Friday in London, England. The Saatchi Gallery and Christies are holding a special auction of major contemporary sculpture and installation to support the Saatchi Gallerys policy for free entry to all exhibitions, and free education programme for schools. Thinking Big features the work of 50 artists who have been shown at the Saatchi Gallery, including 'Young British Artists', such as Tracey Emin and the Chapman brothers, as well as newer talents such as Toby Ziegler, Kader Attia, Conrad Shawcross, Kris Martin and Sterling Ruby.

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A Christie’s employee looks up at artist Martin Honert’s ‘Giants’ at The Thinking Big auction exhibition at the Sorting Office on Friday in London. The Saatchi Gallery and Christies are holding the auction of contemporary sculpture and installation to support the Saatchi Gallery’s policy of free entry to exhibitions. Thinking Big features the work of Tracey Emin and the Chapman brothers, as well as newer talents such as Toby Ziegler and Kader Attia.

A woman takes a picture of installation 'Realidad' by British artist Sarah Lucas at the Whitechapel gallery in London September 30, 2013.

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A woman takes a picture of installation ‘Realidad’ by British artist Sarah Lucas at the Whitechapel gallery in London.

Opening Of The Serpentine Gallery Pavilion Designed By Sou Fujimoto

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Visitors admire the Serpentine Gallery Pavilion on Tuesday in London, England. The structure, designed by Sou Fujimoto, a Japanese architect, occupies 357sq m of lawn in front of the art gallery. Using a latticed, cloud-like structure of 20mm steel poles that has a cafe inside, visitors are encouraged to enter and interact with the Pavilion in different ways throughout it’s month tenure in Kensington Gardens

A visitor looks at the installation titled "mitten" by Katharina Hinsberg from Edith Wahlandt gallery at the Art Cologne fair in Cologne

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A visitor considers “Mitten” (which roughly translates as middle), an installation by Katharina Hinsberg displayed in the Edith Wahlandt Gallery at the 47th Art Cologne fair in Germany. Read more