The Summer Exhibition is a festival of art from emerging and established artists. Discover your new favourite artworks with our carefully curated Selections.
This year, Summer Exhibition co-ordinator Michael Craig-Martin RA has placed the emphasis on colour. Here are 18 colour-pop pieces.
From countryside to the inner city, pop icons to party rings, we select some of this year's emblematic British images.
Amid the abundance of colour in this year's exhibition, don't miss these striking works in monochrome.
From Brooklyn Bridge in a blizzard to St Paul's Cathedral under the stars, here are scenes of city life from the Summer Exhibition.
From telegraph wires looping over fields to a solitary igloo, we've selected some mysterious and marvellous landscapes from the Summer Exhibition.
From Frank Bowling RA's sprawling, hallucinatory canvas to Jane Bustin's small-scale, modular work on wood, abstract painting is a crucial part of this year's Summer Exhibition.
From Stephen Cox RA's alabaster carvings to Andrew Lord's glazed ceramics, the three-dimensional takes multiple forms in the Summer Exhibition.
From Paul Hosking's camouflaged mirror Mimic to Ian Ritchie RA's monochrome print Light Leaving the Earth, patterns dominate this year's Summer Exhibition.
Cities, forests, birds and fish all make an appearance in the Summer Exhibition's eclectic display of prints.
Clothed or nude, abstract or figurative – the human body is one of art's most enduring subjects, as shown in this selection from this year's Summer Exhibition.
Many Summer Exhibition artists have taken water – in all its forms – as their subject, from Mick Moon RA's contemplative fishing scenes to the rain-soaked view of Seoul in Robin Jung Hun Kang's Overflow.
The works in the Summer Exhibition come in all shapes and sizes, but here we've collected together a few of the small but sweet pieces that caught our eye.