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Caravaggio saw things in a new light

    The National Gallery’s latest show explores the influence of Caravaggio on his contemporaries, but none of them came close to his genius

    Abstract Expressionism — the show of the year

      The Royal Academy stirs the spirits with a marvellous selection

      Moving pictures

        The noisy video works in the Infinite Mix show surprise. Nicholas Serota’s move to the Arts Council does not

        The times they were a-changin’

          The V&A’s fab exhibition makes Waldemar Januszczak first dance for joy, then think about the darker side of the 1960s

          Waldemar Januszczak in Edinburgh: Ready for our close-up

            In a parade of selfies old and new, two modern women steal the show

            Waldemar Januszczak on art: Takes the breath away

              It’s uphill work, but visiting the art installed in Edinburgh’s great buildings is worth it. And the surrealist show is outstanding

              Waldemar Januszczak on art: Ragnar rocks

                The world’s finest performance artist has landed at the Barbican — and he’s a cheeky so-and-so

                Waldemar Januszczak on art: The man who drew too much

                  Raqib Shaw’s extravagant reworkings of Renaissance art reach fever pitch — and stay there

                  Waldemar Januszczak on art: Strained quality of Mersey

                    Liverpool might be the coolest of venues for a vast Biennial, but if it’s great art you’re after, you’ll be sadly disappointed

                    Tate Modern: Bigger isn’t always better

                      The Tate’s vast extension is high on good intentions, but low on excitement. It’s all a bit too polite