25th April - 9th May 2012... 40 of the best Middle Eastern artists explore the theme of peace at the Opera Gallery in London.
Charming Baker heads to LA to wow the art crowds with his next show.
Oslo-based stencil artist, Martin Whatson brings his surreal urban world to MSAGallery, Paris.
Let the psychoanalysis begin... the iconic works of one of light and neon art's best.
London Art Fair brings some devilishly good highlights to it's 2013 programme.
How the past explains the present: Irish artist Gerard Byrne gets a retrospective at the Whitechapel gallery.
Light art has moved on since the days of James Turrell and Dan Flavin. Scream exhibits some of today's artists exploring the medium of light.
Freud's notion of what is strange, is 'strangely familiar' is actually explored in 'The Uncanny' at Ronchini Gallery.
6th - 9th Dec 2012... PULSE art fair is back in its eighth year with a few key artists involved to seduce audiences, including Invader.
One of rock n roll's key photographers of the 60s and 70s gets a full retrospective at Chelsea's Vinyl Factory.
Jackson Pollock, David Hockney and other experimental artists feature in a Tate show that looks at painting's story after performance art bled in to the mainstream art world.
World toilet day in the UK this year is plopping itself right on Boris Johnson's front lawn.
27th - 30th Nov 2012... Festival of Transitory Art, SONICA is back on its fourth year, offering more by way of interactive technologies and digital art.
Shepard Fairey's long awaited 'Sound and Vision' show comes to Stolen Space gallery, London.
6th Oct 2012... A live performance from Anti VJ, The Field and Byetone ought to satisfy any cravings you have for live audiovisual performances. Alphaville's the key.
Why art by offenders, detainees and secure patients in a show curated by Sarah Lucas, is something to shout about.
The third and final show where Lazarides & co take over the Old Vic Tunnels. Has the world gone mad?
Beautiful Crime picks out its top 5 events at this year's London Design Festival
6th -13th Sept 2012... Graffitimundo offer UK audiences a rare insight in to the differing South American and Argentinian styles and approach to street and urban art.
5th Sept - 13th Jan 2013... What will become of all things tanglible as the future of the digital age unfolds?
27th Sept - 28th Oct 2012... Slinkachu brings his miniature world and all its miniature narratives to Andipa gallery in London and New York.
Cinimod Studios create an interactive LED lighting installation that responds to your movement for London Design Festival at V&A.
21st + 23rd August - 3rd September 2012... Gustav Klimt works are celebrated by a handful of street artists
Running until 9th Dec 2012... Installation art was once banned in China: this show at the Hayward, Southbank celebrates Chinese installation art's uprising.
Raymond Harmon delivers a treat by way of a warehouse installation.
Tate Modern updates itself with the opening of The Tanks, a new space specially created for performance art and live interactive installations.
20th July - 25th August 2012... Logan Hicks painstakingly stencilled landscapes are pinned to the walls of The Outsiders for his solo show.
Paul Smith SPACE gallery in Tokyo brings Masayoshi Sukita's iconic photographs of David Bowie to its walls.
13th July – 23rd September 2012... Curators Coates and Scarry bring you ideas of nature's most unnatural including works by David La Chapelle, ROA, Kate McGwire and Angela Singer.
A summer-long arts festival featuring urban artists such as Nick Walker and Vhils, and interactive artists such as Anti VJ.
30th June - 18th July 2012... Some of the US' biggest street art names come to London for an unmissable show.
25th May – 21st July 2012... Haroon Mirza brings audiovisual installations and compositions to Berlin.
We dig deep in to the www and find art's best portraits of the Queen, including a selection from the upcoming 'The Queen: Art and Image.'
Oct 2012 - Jan 2013... A show featuring artwork centered around 'the four pillars of rock,' - Jimi Hendrix, The Who, Rolling Stones and Led Zeppelin.
3rd May 2012... The King of neon explores hedonism and desire in his next shows at Guy Hepner, in Miami and LA.