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Grayson Perry at the Serpentine Gallery

    He is a man at the top of his game — and the queen of nimble social observation in his new London show

    Raphael — The Drawings

      Raphael’s drawings at the Ashmolean mark a resurgence in his popularity — and they are full of technical surprises

      Hokusai — Beyond the Great Wave

        The British Museum’s Hokusai exhibition shows the restless vigour and energy that the great Japanese artist brought to his work well into his eighties

        Venice Biennale

          Phyllida Barlow puts on a jolly good UK show for the 57th Venice Biennale, but the event’s French chief curator has sadly lost her long-winded way

          Giacometti at Tate Modern

            Giacometti’s stickies are persons of substance after all, as this clever show proves

            Eric Gill at Ditchling Museum of Art + Craft

              A terrible human being he might have been — does that make Eric Gill less of an artist, too?

              From Selfie to Self-Expression

                We are all self-portraitists now, but let’s put away our phones, please

                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