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Cézanne Portraits, National Portrait Gallery

    A wealth of brilliant Cézannes highlights some sadly scrappy scholarship from the National Portrait Gallery

    Chaïm Soutine at the Courtauld

      Soutine’s life may have been squalid, but it didn’t stop him producing some of the most marvellous portraits of his age, says Waldemar Januszczak

      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

                  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