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The Galloway Hoard: Viking-age Treasure
 
The Galloway Hoard: Viking-age Treasure
National Museum of Scotland, Edinburgh | 29 May–12 September
The greatest medieval treasure-trove ever found in Scotland goes on display for the first time
 

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Luigi Pericle: Ad Astra
 
Luigi Pericle: Ad Astra
MASI Lugano | Until 5 September
The reclusive Swiss painter with esoteric interests is now the subject of a major survey
 

 
Epic Iran
 
Epic Iran
V&A, London | 29 May–12 September
A spectacular survey takes us through five thousand years of Iranian civilisation
 

 
The Doge's Room
 
The Doge's Room
Palazzo Grimani Venice | Until 27 November 2022
An opulent room in the Renaissance Palazzo Grimani sees the return of its classical statuary
 

 
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Lehmann Maupin presents The Backyard is My World (until 6 June) | Multimedia meditations on the idea of home by South African artist Robin Rhode
 
Augusta Edwards Fine Art presents Brazilian Modernists: Three Masters of Foto-Cine Clube Bandeirante (until 30 May) | How South American photography came of age
 
J&J Rawlin at Cromwell Place (until 30 May) | Rarely seen works on paper by William Scott, shown alongside a selection of modern British figure paintings and landscapes
 
Black Box Projects presents Signs of Spring (until 30 May) | A group display of contemporary photographs, many of them taken during lockdown
 
PLUS: John Martin Gallery: Preview (until 26 May) | Daniel Katz Gallery: Metaphysical Arcadia (until 28 May) | Bowman Sculpture: Hanneke Beaumont: Timeless Expressions of the Enduring Human Condition (until 30 May) | A focus on the Middle East, featuring Hafez Gallery, The Third Line, Athr Gallery, Lawrie Shabibi, Tabari Artspace, and Abu Dhabi Art x Cromwell Place (2–13 June)
 
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Oriel College Oxford has decided its statue of Cecil Rhodes will not fall after all | Victoria Pomery has been appointed director of The Box in Southampton | TEFAF Maastricht has been pushed back again to 2022, and the Sharjah Biennial to 2023 | Banksy has lost a copyright dispute with the EU
 
Oriel College, Oxford, has decided its statue of Cecil Rhodes will not fall after all | Victoria Pomery has been appointed director of the Box in Plymouth | TEFAF Maastricht has been pushed back again to 2022, and the Sharjah Biennial to 2023 | Banksy has lost a copyright dispute with the EU
 

 
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Heston Blumenthal through the looking glass
 
Heston Blumenthal through the looking glass
 

 
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