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Aftermath, Tate Britain

    The postwar art on show at Tate Britain is moving, but the works by German artists will haunt

    Thomas Cole and Ed Ruscha, National Gallery; Christo’s Mastaba, Serpentine

      Thomas Cole and Ed Ruscha light up the National Gallery with their extraordinary visions of decline

      Frida Kahlo at the V&A and Cindy Sherman at Sprüth Magers

        A display of Frida Kahlo’s intimate effects at the V&A is deeply revelatory and riveting

        Animals & Us, Margate Contemporary

          Our often unhappy relationship with animals is cleverly explored at Turner Contemporary

          Life in Motion — Egon Schiele and Francesca Woodman, Tate Liverpool

            Tate Liverpool pairs an Austrian genius with a little-known American photographer to eye-opening effect

            The Royal Academy redesign

              The RA’s magnificent new spaces show that it has finally said goodbye to the old duffers and found a purpose

              Basquiat at the Barbican

                Basquiat at the Barbican sums up what’s gone wrong with the art world