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Picasso 1932 — Love, Fame, Tragedy at Tate Modern

    Tate Modern’s revelatory Picasso exhibition shows how his muse, Marie-Thérèse Walter, inspired him to stretch the possibilities of art

    Tracey Emin on parties, post-menopausal solitude and her return to Margate

      “Going home is one of the most humble things you can do”.

      All Too Human — Bacon, Freud and a Century of Painting Life at Tate Britain

        A confusing display of ‘boneheaded’ Tate curation dominates All Too Human. Some of the art is magnificent, though

        John Copeland and Rachel Howard at Newport Street Gallery

          Two startling painters reveal Damien Hirst’s exceptional taste — as a gallerist

          Mark Dion at Whitechapel Gallery

            Mark Dion’s ambitious installations aim to reawaken the profound wonder of childhood

            Journeys with The Waste Land at Turner Contemporary

              Curated by amateurs and boosted by top-notch loans, this show is an inspired match for TS Eliot’s masterpiece poem

              Charles I: King and Collector at the Royal Academy

                With a wealth of Rubens, Van Dyck and Mantegna, Charles I: King and Collector is one of the best Old Master shows ever

                Andreas Gursky at the Hayward Gallery

                  The German photographer’s images are striking, but there’s more to them than meets the eye

                  Crossroads — Kauffman, Judd and Morris, at Sprüth Magers

                    A superb Kauffman, Judd and Morris show at a Mayfair gallery is a riot of colour, shape and visual poetry

                    Waldemar Januszczak in Cremona

                      The Sunday Times art critic sings the praises of the Renaissance city that’s home to the Stradivarius