Step into the void

    The Italian futurist Giacomo Balla aimed for dynamism, but is lost in a blurred dimension

    Every shade of gay

      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

      Damien Hirst: In a city of make believe

        His Venice show is the most ambitious exhibition any artist has ever mounted, says Waldemar Januszczak

        Let’s give him a big hand

          Thumbs up for Marc Quinn’s marvellous sculptures: they depict a modern crush in a madly ancient world

          Grand master clash

            The National Gallery’s exploration of the alliance between Michelangelo and the obscure Sebastiano is a novel idea, but there’s only one winner

            Now you see me

              Who knew Claude Cahun and Gillian Wearing would make such a brilliant team at the NPG?

              Head to head with Mother Nature

                Tony Cragg’s art can’t compete with the drama and beauty of Yorkshire Sculpture Park

                O Mother, Where Art Thou?

                  It’s not the official story, but the RA’s take on 1930s American art is all the better for that.

                  A bigger picture of revolution

                    Jolly portraits of Stalin rub shoulders with the stark simplicity of the avant-garde in the RA’s brilliant Russian art show

                    David Hockney: How he made his mark

                      Chatty, cheerful, rebellious and sometimes irritating, Tate’s retrospective has it all, says Waldemar Januszczak