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In pictures: Royal Academy Summer Exhibition 2017

Installation view of Summer Exhibition Room VI Image copyright David Parry
Image caption Tracey Emin's neon work And I Said I Love You! can be seen in this view of Exhibition Room VI

From paintings and sculptures to photographs and architectural blueprints, you'll find them all at this year's Royal Academy Summer Exhibition.

Here is a selection of the more than 1,200 works that will be on display at the Academy's central London home from 13 June to 20 August.

Image copyright Marina Abramovic
Image caption This image of Marina Abramovic, entitled The Cleaner, shows the Serbian artist holding a pair of shovels
Image copyright Eileen Cooper
Image caption Eileen Cooper, the exhibition's coordinator, has found room for one of her own paintings, entitled Till the Morning Comes
Image copyright David Mach
Image caption Scottish artist David Mach's love of bright colours is evident in this large-scale work
Image copyright Carole Robb
Image caption Fellow Scot Carole Robb, meanwhile, channels the spirit of Romantic literature in Showers with Heroes - Byron
Image copyright Donald Sultan
Image caption Aqua Button Flower June 30 2015 sees US painter Donald Sultan continue his series of brightly coloured button-flower combos
Image copyright David Parry
Image caption Full House by Dublin-born artist Sean Scully can be seen in the far wall of this view of another room in this year's exhibition
Image copyright Hassan Hajjaj
Image caption Moroccan artist Hassan Hajjaj continues his survey of Marrakesh bike culture in Henna Bikers
Image copyright Yinka Shonibare/Fiona Rae
Image caption Other works on display include Ballet Africa by Yinka Shonibare and Many-Coloured Messenger Seeks Her Fortune by Fiona Rae
Image copyright David Parry
Image caption Shonibare has also designed one of his trademark Wind Sculptures for the RA's forecourt
Image copyright David Parry
Image caption A room full of architectural drawings and blueprints also forms part of this year's exhibition

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