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Frans Hals: The Male Portrait
 
Frans Hals: The Male Portrait
Wallace Collection, London | 22 Sept–30 Jan 2020
The Laughing Cavalier gets some all-male company, courtesy of his maker
 

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Close-up
 
Close-up
Fondation Beyeler, Basel | 19 Sept–2 Jan 2022
From Mary Cassatt to Marlene Dumas – a survey of portraits by modern women artists
 

Art Basel

 
Georges Braque: Inventor of Cubism
 
Georges Braque: Inventor of Cubism
K20, Düsseldorf | 25 Sept–23 Jan 2022
More than 60 works by the artist who, with Picasso, can be said to have invented modern art
 

 
Rossetti's Portraits
 
Rossetti's Portraits
Holburne Museum, Bath | 24 Sept–9 Jan 2022
Friends and family frequently star in the paintings of the Pre-Raphaelite
 

 
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Lehmann Maupin presents Liza Lou 'Desire Lines' (until 6 November) | The Californian artist has combined art, craft and landscape architecture over a career of 30 years
 
A3 - Arndt Art Agency presents Patricia Piccinini 'Kindred' (until 26 September) | The Australian sculptor's fibreglass creatures blur the line between science and nature
 
Brompton Design District presents design-focused exhibitions from SEEDs Gallery, Dzek, Ione & Mann and Joe Armitage (until 26 September)
 
Gray M.C.A. presents Drawing on Style (until 26 September) ​​| An exhibition of original fashion drawings by renowned illustrators from the post-war period to the present day
 
John Martin Gallery presents William Peers, Origin (22–26 September) ​​| Five monumental marble heads, along with smaller, related carvings
 
Oliver Hoare Ltd presents The Natural World (22 September–22 October) ​​| From scholar's rocks to golden spider silk – a display of nature's most marvellous objects
 
Cromwell Place is a Membership organisation offering a first-of-its-kind exhibition and working space for art professionals. Spanning five Grade II-listed buildings in South Kensington, London, it features 15 gallery spaces and a dynamic programme of exhibitions from a diverse range of international and domestic Members. Book your free visit.
 

 
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Nadine Dorries has been appointed UK Culture Secretary | Christophe Leribault has been appointed director of the Musée d'Orsay | Hito Steyerl has turned down Germany's highest honour | and Dimitry Rybovlev's case against Yves Bouvier has been dismissed
 
Nadine Dorries has been appointed UK Culture Secretary | Christophe Leribault has been appointed director of the Musée d'Orsay | Hito Steyerl has turned down Germany's highest honour | and Dmitry Rybolovlev's case against Yves Bouvier has been dismissed
 

 
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The mystery of the real-life Maltese Falcon
 
The mystery of the real-life Maltese Falcon
 

 
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