Poor Art/Arte Povera at the Estorick Collection

    Italian grit and Brit wit mark a transformative 50 years of arte povera

    Thomas Ruff at the Whitechapel Gallery

      His London show is a bold step into the photographic unknown

      Jasper Johns at the Royal Academy

        A quiet but brilliant retrospective reveals the American artist as a visionary

        Scythians at the British Museum

          This glittering Siberian hoard gets five gold stars

          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


                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?