‘Untitled’ (2013) by Jasper Johns, from his ‘Regrets’ series

Regrets: Jasper Johns, Courtauld Institute, London

The American artist’s new work builds on Bacon and Freud

Ernest Cole: Photographer, Grey Art Gallery, New York

A splendid celebration of the black South African photographer

Francesca Woodman, Polka Dots, Providence, Rhode Island, 1976 Gelatin silver print, 13.3 x 13.3 cm

Other exhibitions: Francesca Woodman, Pierre Huyghe and more

Also Cerith Wyn Evans and Radical Geometry

Anthony Caro's ‘End of Time’ (2013)

Anthony Caro: The Last Sculptures, Annely Juda Fine Art, London

A selection of the marvellously playful, poetic, allusive late works of an artist still experimenting as he approached 90

Aaron Curry’s ‘Weird Dude Concept’

Los Angeles market hots up

The buzz around the LA art scene is growing ever stronger as international galleries are opening satellite spaces

The Dogano, San Giorgio

Turner at Tate Britain

A revelatory exhibition captures the turbulence and visionary joy of the artist’s creativity as he approached the end of his life

Lee Bul gets retrospective in Birmingham

The Korean artist has moved from performance street art to large-scale installations. Ahead of a show at Ikon Gallery, she talks about her pursuit of ‘impossible ideas’

Lee Bul’s ‘Mon grand récit: Weep into stones’ (2005)
©Watanabe Osamu; Mori Art Museum

Lee Bul, Ikon Gallery, Birmingham and Korean Cultural Centre, London

Ikon’s first solo show in the UK features the Korean artist’s work across many decades

Other exhibitions: Antony Caro, Xu Bing and more

Also: Jasper Johns and Malevich

Coco at home

Photographer Sam Taylor-Johnson explores Chanel’s appartment

Charles Gaines: Gridwork 1974-1989, The Studio Museum in Harlem, New York

Gaines’s equations and rules produce surprisingly seductive images

Other exhibitions: Bernd & Hilla Becher, Barbara Hepworth and more

Bernd & Hilla Becher, popular Arab cinema, Gilbert & George, Barbara Hepworth and Courtauld’s collection of works on paper

Lookout: Folkestone Triennial, Kent

Art with broad socio-economic implications with the town as a canvas

American Impressionism: A New Vision, Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, Edinburgh

A sparkling exhibition that pays due respect to the role of women

Christopher Williams, Museum of Modern Art, New York

A retrospective of the photographer’s work discourages lingering

John Ruskin: Artist and Observer, Scottish National Portrait Gallery, Edinburgh

Ruskin’s fidelity to nature was a weakness as well as a strength

The macabre at the Morbid Anatomy Museum

A new and resplendent temple of weirdness has opened in Brooklyn, New York

More exhibitions: Virginia Woolf and Bruce McLean

Virginia Woolf, The Art of England’s North West Coast, Modern Art and St Ives, The Space Where I Am and Bruce McLean

Frank Auerbach, Tate Britain, London

Lucian Freud amassed the world’s biggest private collection of works by his friend and goes on show before being dispersed to museums nationwide

Here and Elsewhere, New Museum, New York

A display of Arab art that keeps clichés at bay