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Shape of Light, Tate Modern

    How did Tate Modern get it so wrong with Shape of Light? The photography at this doze-fest just isn’t up to it

    Rodin and the Art of Ancient Greece at the British Museum

      Placing Rodin next to the Elgin marbles proves a revelation — but it’s the Greeks who emerge as clear winners

      Waldemar Januszczak wants to make American art great again

        In his new TV series, Big Sky, Big Dreams, Big Art, our art critic digs up a wealth of American treasures

        An Occupation of Loss, Islington Green

          An Occupation of Loss is a profound meditation on the universality of grief. How apt

          Gillian Wearing interview: the former YBA on bringing the statue of Millicent Fawcett to Parliament Square

            As the figure of the suffragist is unveiled, Wearing picks apart her work on the giant bronze. Interview by Waldemar Januszczak

            Van Gogh & Japan, Van Gogh Museum. Amsterdam

              The flowering of his genius: the buoyant Van Gogh & Japan show finally reveals what made the painter great

              America’s Cool Modernism, Ashmolean, Oxford

                America’s Cool Modernism at the Ashmolean brings together a mongrel selection of US painters and photographers. What a fascinating — and chaotic — bunch of strangers

                Damien Hirst at Houghton Hall; Hannah Rose Thomas at the Houses of Parliament

                  Damien Hirst’s cocky show at Houghton Hall is unmissable — his new work lords it over this superb house with style

                  Joan Jonas at Tate Modern and Yuko Shiraishi at Annely Juda Fine Art

                    Joan Jonas’s work shines a light in the gloom of Tate Modern’s basement

                    Tacita Dean, National Portrait Gallery and National Gallery

                      You can’t escape Tacita Dean’s work in the capital this spring. Why?