Home is where the heart is. That oft embroidered term has an added significance for those who carry their houses with them. Nomads: home on the move at the Exeter RAMM explores the peripatetic way of life that is nomadic culture.
63 years of the work of Martin Dutton will be explored in a retrospective of this abastract and landscape work in a Parallel Themes exhibition
Kehinde Wiley has a new exhibition in Paris confronting image and history with a focus on Tahiti’s Māhū community
Step into the light with a new exhibition at the National Gallery, Sorolla: Spanish Master of Light, the first in more than 100 years
Autumnal Changes is an open exhibition at Harbour House, Kingsbridge, of variety of artist responses to the changing season
In autumn 2018 the National Gallery will stage the first-ever exhibition of portraits by the Italian Renaissance artist Lorenzo Lotto (1480–1557).
The Van Gogh Museum is taking a closer look at a neglected periof of Paul Gaugin, four months he spent on Martinique with Charles Laval
Raku creates unique pieces and Plymouth gallery 45 Southside is showcasing the work of five artists based in Devon and Cornwall
The attraction and inspiration of the sea is something that is explored in the Sensation of the Sea at The Mesdag Collection in The Hague
Harbour House in Kingsbridge is the venue for an exhibition of paintings, drawings and mixed media works by David Hamling.
Philip Osborne’s A Tale from the Sea at the Harbour House gallery, Kingsbride, is a meditation on the sea and the experience of watching the sea
The Devon Guild of Craftsmen has teamed up with ace chef Michael Wignall for a contemporary, crafty, classy take on cuisine. It’s called Plate Up
The varied collection of work by the HockingHill collective of West Country artists in their exhibition at Harbour House, Kingsbridge, share one key ingredient – they are a showcase to the joys of life in these gloomy days.
Phillippa Mills’ exhibition Truth and Beauty treads that thin line between what is beautiful and what is macabre. It takes place at The Forum at Exeter Uni
Photographer Suki Dhanda’s new exhibition for Plymouth, Race, Place & Diversity by the Seaside was commissioned for The Gallery at Plymouth College of Art, shown in a city where the majority of people voted for Brexit, and celebrates some of the people who have chosen to make the city their home