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And you can pop to the lovely Dulwich Pavilion while you’re there!
Most of the artworks are for sale too, so if something takes your fancy you could end up taking it home.
13 June - 20 August, Royal Academy; Fahrelnissa Zeid’s paintings are a vibrant burst of colour and abstraction, and Tate Modern is offering a chance to see these dazzling works up close.
Until September 1, Barbican Centre; If it all gets a bit too hot (unlikely), head to Greenwich for an arctic journey as the National Maritime Museum explores the mysterious fate of Sir John Franklin and his crew on their final expedition. This exhibition tries to get one step closer to finding the answer.
July 14 - January 7, National Maritime Museum; Here’s a perspective on Matisse that you won’t have seen before: the Royal Academy offers an exclusive glimpse at objects from his private collection, showing the ways that they influenced his work.