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Ice Age Art: A Culture Show Special 1/5

Back in London, the British Museum is staging one of its most ambitious exhibitions yet, Ice Age Art: Arrival of the Modern Mind. Andrew gets
a behind-the-scenes preview of the extraordinary highlights and discovers that the world's first commissioned artists were producing highly sophisticated work tens of thousands of years before he previously imagined

Samuel Johnson Prize

The second part of our survey of the shortlist for the Samuel Johnson Prize for Non-Fiction

National Gallery Photography

Andrew visits the National Gallery's first major exhibition of photography

Cultural Olympiad

Andrew Graham-Dixon looks at artistic projects in the pipeline for the Cultural Olympiad.

I Never Tell Anybody Anything: The Life and Art of Edward Burra - Taster

Andrew Graham-Dixon tells the remarkable story of Edward Burra's life.

Andrew Graham-Dixon visits Mind Over Matter

Andrew Graham-Dixon visits Mind Over Matter, an exhibition that challenges our ideas about brain donation

RA Summer Show 1/4

Andrew presents the opening of the Royal Academy Summer Show in London for the Culture Show.

Klimt

Andrew explores the works of Klimt on the Culture Show

Arshile Gorky and modern art

Andrew talks about Arshile Gorky and modern art

The Royal Academy 1/7

Andrew co-presents coverage of this year's Royal Academy Summer Show with Lauren Laverne

Picasso and Tradition 1/4

A 30-minute film about Picasso and the past, part 1

A tour of Constructivism at Tate Modern 2

Andrew's guide to this fantastic new exhibition at Tate Modern

A tour of Constructivism at Tate Modern 3

Interview with legendary Neville Brodie about his love of Constructivism

AGD on the Titian campaign trail

Why the nation should save the Titians, whatever it takes

Rembrandt v Caravaggio

An episode from 2006, looking at the exhibition at the Rijksmuseum.

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