TOP 5: Pick of the best art
1 Revolutionary Russia: A new exhibition entitled the British Community in Petrograd, 1917-1918, opens on March 1 and marks the centenary of the 1917 Russian Revolution. It takes place at Brotherton Gallery, University of Leeds. For details www.leeds.as.uk
2 Lines of Thought – Drawings from Michaelangelo to now: There are still a few more days to catch this exhibition with sketches by Picasso and Rembrandt, at Hull’s Brynmore Jones Library until February 28. www.culturenet.com
3 Treasured City: There was an exciting opening to a new exhibition in Scunthorpe last week, where the public have been taking part in a hunt for five 18-carat gold figurines worth £2,500 – and not all have been found yet. You can see the show at 20-21 Visual Arts Centre.
4 Splendours of the Subcontinent: A Prince’s Tour of India 1875-76 is a new exhibition on the then Prince of Wales’s journey to India and includes watercolours and images from the tour. The show is at Cartwright Hall in Bradford from March 11.
5 Jonathan Anderson in conversation with Sarah Mower: American Vogue’s chief critic, Sarah Mower, will talk about art, fashion and curating with designer Jonathan Anderson at the Hepworth Wakefield on March 17. www.hepworthwakefield.org