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Rachel Whiteread at Tate Britain

    A superb show reveals how the sculptor changed the way we view art

    Edinburgh Art Festival review

      With a handful of exceptions, this year’s show reveals a lack of artistic ambition in the Scottish capital

      Alma-Tadema

        Not a sly eroticist after all: Alma-Tadema was a home bod with a powerful sense of history and a surprising depth

        Seurat to Riley at Compton Verney

          A dazzling exhibition that sets the standard for how all shows should be done

          Holbein shines at the National Portrait Gallery

            The German painter is the main draw at The Encounter: Drawings from Leonardo to Rembrandt; and an intriguing work by William Dobson has turned up in Oxford

            Soul of a Nation

              Does this Tate Modern show succeed in speaking truth to Black Power?

              Manchester International Festival

                The biennial festival stays stays close to home with a poignant look at the city’s people and proud cultural heritage

                Gregory Crewdson at the Photographers’ Gallery

                  The photographer Gregory Crewdson’s latest show inspires less a sense of existential despair than one of contrived absurdity

                  Germany 1919-1933 at Tate Liverpool

                    Tate Liverpool’s examination of Germany between the wars through portraits, both painted and photographed, reveals a country descending into darkness

                    Khandija Saye

                      A full version of Waldemar’s text remembering the work of Khandija Saye – young artist, who died in Grenfell Tower fire