Marc Riboud’s ‘Young Girl Holding a Flower’ (1967)
©Magnum Photos

Marc Riboud, Atlas Gallery, London

Images have been selected from the photographer’s personal archive

Aphrodite, Roman copy of a Greek original (2nd century AD)

The body in Greek art at the British Museum

Ancient ideals of beauty and virtue are displayed thrillingly in a new exhibition

‘An Opaque Wind’ (2015), by Haegue Yang at the Sharjah Biennial
©Sharja Art Foundation/Deema Shahin

Selective memory in Sharjah and Dubai

Artists grapple with issues of remembering

Other exhibitions: Marlene Dumas, Glenn Ligon and more

Also Eric Ravilious and John Singer Sargent

'Deserted Town' from the series The Abandoned Animals of Fukushima, (2011)
©Yasusuke Ota

Snapshot: ‘In the Wake: Japanese Photographers Respond to 3/11’

In the days after the disaster and Fukushima’s evacuation, animals and pets were left starving

Portrait Infanta Marguerite Teresa in a Blue Dress by Velazquez
©Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna

Velázquez at the Grand Palais, Paris

The Spanish 17th-century master is given a radiant retrospective, writes Jackie Wullschlager

Titian: An Allegory of Prudence in two frames
©National Gallery

Frames in Focus: Sansovino Frames, National Gallery, London

Often overlooked, frames are at the centre of a forthcoming show

Laurie Simmons: How We See The Jewish Museum, New York March 13 to August 9, 2015

Laurie Simmons: How We See, Jewish Museum, New York — review

Models with eyes painted on to their lids are an eerie reflection of life online

Still from “Wanderlust” directed by Encyclopedia Pictura
©Wellhart/One Little Indian

Björk at MoMA New York

Pop stars in exhibitions: how it shouldn’t be done

Richard Diebenkorn

Other exhibitions: Richard Diebenkorn, Anish Kapoor and more

Also ‘Treasured Possessions’ and ‘Inventing Impressionism’

Jack Milroy, Art First, London

Balancing craft with concept, fairytale and minimalism, Milroy draws on myriad traditions to shape his own quirky aesthetic

Bruce Nauman

Jean Nouvel’s Fondation Cartier in Paris creates an apt setting for the American artist’s retrospective

Snapshot: ‘The Window — Das Fenster’

A show highligths the use of windows as a conceptual tool

On Kawara: Silence, Guggenheim Museum, New York — review

The artist appears to have bound time before it could slip away

Three eras in the art of Richard Diebenkorn

A revelatory exhibition at the Royal Academy celebrates the distinctive periods in the life of the shape-shifting American painter. By Jackie Wullschlager

Other exhibitions: including Henri Gaudier-Brzeska, Callum Innes and more

Also ‘Painting Paradise’ and ‘Magnificent Obsessions’

Canaletto: Celebrating Britain, Compton Verney, Warwickshire

The Venetian artist’s ability to see London as a theatrical performance defined his landscapes, mixing naturalism and glorious artifice

Raoul Dufy, Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza, Madrid

The painter is often criticised for being decorative and picturesque. A new exhibition asks: was he misunderstood?

Snapshot: ‘Find a Fallen Star’

An exhibition on the history of meteorite landings

2015 Triennial: Surround Audience, New Museum, New York — review

The show of 51 artists’ work is erratic but offers buried rewards

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