Damien Hirst’s cocky show at Houghton Hall is unmissable — his new work lords it over this superb house with style
Joan Jonas’s work shines a light in the gloom of Tate Modern’s basement
You can’t escape Tacita Dean’s work in the capital this spring. Why?
Tate Modern’s revelatory Picasso exhibition shows how his muse, Marie-Thérèse Walter, inspired him to stretch the possibilities of art
“Going home is one of the most humble things you can do”.
A confusing display of ‘boneheaded’ Tate curation dominates All Too Human. Some of the art is magnificent, though
Two startling painters reveal Damien Hirst’s exceptional taste — as a gallerist
Mark Dion’s ambitious installations aim to reawaken the profound wonder of childhood
Curated by amateurs and boosted by top-notch loans, this show is an inspired match for TS Eliot’s masterpiece poem
With a wealth of Rubens, Van Dyck and Mantegna, Charles I: King and Collector is one of the best Old Master shows ever