Strawberries and cream, Pimms in the park, and the Royal Academy Exhibition: little else so quintessentially heralds the British summer. This hallowed event has taken place every year since 1769, and as always, there is something here for everyone. This year’s edition is (very loosely) focused on the theme of “Climate,” a purposely open-ended prompt that has drawn a bountiful offering of sculpture, installation, painting, prints, and every other form of art imaginable. The Summer Exhibition accepts submissions from anyone and everyone, meaning never-before-seen amateurs share the galleries with some of Britain’s biggest names. Though we can’t guarantee that everything here will be your cup of tea, we promise that you definitely will have some fun.