'A new vision for Tate Modern'

Described by the Tate Modern as just that, a new building will be added at the south of the existing gallery, creating more space for collections, performance and installation art.

The rebuild is set to ''redefine the museum for the twenty first century, integrating learning, display and social functions.''

First ever major exhibition devoted to The Rolling Stones at Saatchi Gallery

The undisputed rock royalty, The Rolling Stones are being honoured in the first ever exhibition documenting the band's story.

Over 500 pieces including stage wear, letters, video and audio clips from the act's personal archives will be showcased at the Saatchi Gallery.

The band themselves have designed Exhibitionism, which will be on display in nine galleries, each with its own theme, at the Saatchi from April 2016.

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Donostia-San Sebastián and Wrocław European Capitals of Culture

Donostia-San Sebastián, Spain and Wrocław, Poland will share the title of European Capital of Culture in 2016. In 2015, the European Capitals of Culture celebrated its 30th anniversary as Mons, Belgium and Plzeň, Czech Republic were the cities elected in 2015. Over 50 European cities have held the title, which celebrates the richness and diversity of cultures in Europe as well as breathing new life into a city's culture.

Georgia O'Keeffe at Tate Modern

Tate Modern will present a retrospective of the American modernist artist Georgia O'Keeffe, a century after her New York debut. It is the first important solo institutional exhibition of the artist's work in the UK for a generation. The show will review O'Keeffe's work in depth and reassess her place in 20th century art. The exhibition will be held from 6th July to 30th October, 2016.

Alex Katz at the Met

Alex Katz at the Met has been on show since October, but the popularity of it proves it will still be a must-see in 2016.

As one of modern America's most acclaimed artists, the show explores Katz's career and includes drawings, prints, and paintings. The works were acquired through Glenn Fuhrman, Leonard A. Lauder, and Katz himself, with 8 in total in the exhibition, including two cutouts, the innovative artistic device that Katz pioneered in the late 1950s; a haunting cityscape; several portraits of Ada, Katz's wife and long-time muse; and portraits of luminaries from Katz's own social and artistic circles.