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Sex, shopping and surrealism

Surreal Things: Surrealism and Design, Victoria and Albert Museum, LondonThe V&A has placed the conflict between commerce and culture at the heart of its investigation into surrealism, writes Nicky Ryan

Blast off

Exploring Space, Science Museum, LondonLiz Hide visits the Science Museum to find out what its new space gallery tells us about life, the universe and lavatory arrangements for astronauts

Top of the pops

Wolverhampton Art Gallery, WolverhamptonStuart Burch applauds Wolverhampton's fantastic staff and collections, but has some reservations about the art gallery's new extension

American beauty

Sharon Heal goes to look for America in the Somerset countryside and finds a manor house that tells an unusual story

Heavens above

Weller Astronomy Galleries, Royal Observatory Greenwich, National Maritime Museum, LondonRachel Souhami says the Royal Observatory's new astronomy galleries are not star performers

A most stately pile

Wollaton Hall, NottinghamA museum within a museum, Tudor snugs and a gorilla called George? Jane Morris cannot fail to be charmed by the weird and woolly world of Wollaton

The art of a fine introduction

Streatlam Galleries, Bowes Museum, Barnard Castle, County DurhamThe new galleries at the Bowes Museum have opened with a vigorous remit to make sure its treasures are well presented. And they are, says Peter Lewis

Art in the landscape

There are not many galleries in which you'll find herds of sheep nibbling around the plinth of a Henry Moore sculpture but then Yorkshire Sculpture Park (YSP) is unique.

Rat’s tales

When Fulham Palace, former home to a millennia of London bishops, was renovated, curators had a few surprises, writes Sharon Heal
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