Check out big bottom, Tintin, Vermeer and Ernst Beyeler

The Turner Prize at Tate Britain.

The head turning Turner Prize is up for grabs at Tate Britain the four shortlisted artists are Michael Dean, Anthea Hamilton, Helen Marten, Josephine Pryde.

Massive orange arse set to win the Turner Prize. Or the US presidential election. I forget which. pic.twitter.com/Bxt4y9isWB— Michael Moran (@TheMichaelMoran) September 27, 2016

Hergé at the Grand Palais in Paris:

The career of Georges Remi, known as Hergé, is honoured with a retrospective at the Grand Palais in Paris, the Belgian cartoonist is best known for The Adventures of Tintin.

Blistering barnacles! Exhibition shows dark side of #Tintin creator #herge https://t.co/jXeSF42Vza pic.twitter.com/rvoKoSjcbV— The Straits Times (@STcom) September 26, 2016

‘At Home in Holland’ the Mauritshuis Gallery The Hague.

‘At home in Holland’ is a show featuring 22 rare masterpieces belonging to the British royal family.

Works by Johannes Vermeer and Jan Steen are included in the exposition.

Beautiful painting by Pieter de Hooch. On view in our exhibition “At Home in Holland” https://t.co/P0wlC9X510 pic.twitter.com/jKHOIResKI— Mauritshuis (@mauritshuis) September 28, 2016

An extraordinary collection of modern art is on show in Basel, the pictures belonged to Ernst Beyeler, the founder of Art Basel who died in 2010.

The venue designed by Renzo Piano adds to the interest.

Art Basel und Ernst Beyeler. Ein Glücksfall !

Die neue Bilder-Serie “ART LOVERS” auf http://t.co/lsZ8i73W2W pic.twitter.com/RTpN6FMLpj— maTabu-arTs (@maTabu_arTs) June 8, 2014

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