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Fit for a king: Exhibition at Victoria and Albert Museum examines Fabergé’s London connections

The major show brings together over 200 treasures, while a never-seen-before group of desk ornaments turns up in Brighton

How flower arranging became an art form thanks to Constance Spry’s unique view of the natural world

An exhibition at London’s Garden Museum pays a floral tribute to one of the 20th century’s most colourful and influential florists

Pierced hearts, unicorn horns and a bottled witch: Oxford show investigates the history of magic and witchcraft

Around 180 objects at the Ashmolean Museum reveal how humans have embraced the occult over the past eight centuries

Just call me Gluck—the artist at the vanguard of gender fluidity

Brighton exhibition includes love letters and artist's final painting, a memento mori

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Diary of a dealer, 1999

Geoffrey Munn gives an insider view of the last year