The Italian futurist Giacomo Balla aimed for dynamism, but is lost in a blurred dimension
Bacon, Hockney, Wilde: Tate Britain’s queer art show is awash with talent — it’s a shame about the feeble work that’s also floated in
His Venice show is the most ambitious exhibition any artist has ever mounted, says Waldemar Januszczak
Thumbs up for Marc Quinn’s marvellous sculptures: they depict a modern crush in a madly ancient world
The National Gallery’s exploration of the alliance between Michelangelo and the obscure Sebastiano is a novel idea, but there’s only one winner
Who knew Claude Cahun and Gillian Wearing would make such a brilliant team at the NPG?
Tony Cragg’s art can’t compete with the drama and beauty of Yorkshire Sculpture Park
It’s not the official story, but the RA’s take on 1930s American art is all the better for that.
Jolly portraits of Stalin rub shoulders with the stark simplicity of the avant-garde in the RA’s brilliant Russian art show
Chatty, cheerful, rebellious and sometimes irritating, Tate’s retrospective has it all, says Waldemar Januszczak