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<p>Claude Monet’s Poppy Field, 1890-1</p>

The Book of the Tree - how artists have been drawn to their beauty

Take a moment to luxuriate in these glorious depictions of our favourite huggable plant


Martin Parr: ‘I never get tired of photographing people’

As a judge for our Life in Lockdown photography competition, the artists is looking for ‘the personality of the photographer’ in the image


How 21 London galleries teamed up to bring art back into our lives

A digital exhibition space created because of the pandemic could in fact be a gamechanger for busy art lovers


Sensing the Unseen at the National Gallery review: a quiet revelation

A new immersive experience focusing on one painting is an absolute joy


Marina Abramović: ‘I miss hugging. That is why you must hug the trees’

The grande dame of performance art on the joys of love at 75, hugging trees and her new Sky Arts takeover


Masterpieces from Buckingham Palace at the Queen’s Gallery is knockout

Brought out of Buckingham Palace to make way for essential maintenance, these Old Masters can really strut their stuff


Ilya and Emilia Kabakov: A powerful and imaginative pairing

Memories of Soviet life dominate the Kabakovs’ Tate Modern show


An era-spanning Ikea exhibition is set to open in London

Design gems and horrors from the past three decades are on display at the store’s exhibition