Charles Rennie Mackintosh's drawing of his Martyrs’ School, Glasgow
©The Hunterian, University of Glasgow

Mackintosh Architecture, Riba, London — review

A stripped-down show focuses on Mackintosh’s drawings of buildings

Renato Guttuso: 'Still Life with Skull and Lamp'
©Galleria d'Arte, Maggiore

Renato Guttuso: Painter of Modern Life, The Estorick Collection, London — review

A London show fails to engage with the Sicilian artist’s politics

Thomas Eakins’ ‘William Rush Carving His Allegorical Figure of the Schuylkill River’ (1876-7)

In the Studio, Gagosian Gallery, New York — review

Twin exhibitions explore the vast theme of artists’ workspaces

Detail. Sandro Botticelli. ‘Cristoforo Landino presents his Disputationes Camaldulensesto Federico da Montefeltro’
©Vatican City, Biblioteca Apostolica

The Ottomans in Renaissance art

European images of the Ottomans offer a revealing insight into how the all-conquering empire was perceived in the west

An Edouard Denis Baldus photograph of flooding in Lyon (1856)
©Wilson Centre for Photography

Photography at its infancy on show at Tate Britain

Tate Britain hosts an exhibition that offers a rare chance to see images made by one of the medium’s very earliest processes — salt and silver

Garage Renovation New York
©Institute of Contemporary Art University of P

Jason Rhoades, Four Roads, Baltic, Gateshead

The artist took mass culture at once as raw material and parodic subject

©Durand-Ruel & Cie

Other exhibitions: Alex Katz, Leon Golub and more

Also Pascale Marthine Tayou and Richard Long

Left: Manet's 'Portrait of Mademoiselle Claus' (1868). Right: 'Homage to Manet' by Sir William Orpen (1909)

Homage to Manet, Norwich Castle Museum and Gallery, Norwich, UK — review

A study of the painter’s legacy focuses on the portrayal of women

©David Levene

Cornelia Parker at Whitworth Art Gallery, Manchester

The work of one of Britain’s most important artists reopens the Manchester gallery

‘Wicked Woman’ by Franciso Goya (c1819)
©Musée du Louvre

Goya, The Witches and Old Women Album, Courtauld Gallery, London

This show reunites all 22 pages from the ‘Witches’ series — the first time this has been achieved for a Goya album

Other exhibitions: Sargent, Raoul de Keyser and more

Also ‘Salt and Silver’ and ‘Magnificent Obsessions’

‘Staying Power’ at Victoria and Albert Museum and BCA

Twin London shows that aim to restore black people and black artists to their rightful place in Britain’s visual record

Paul Durand-Ruel: pioneering art dealer

Jackie Wullschlager on how one entrepreneurial Parisian supported the Impressionists

Cornelia Parker and Cai Guo-Qiang, Whitworth Art Gallery, Manchester

The two contemporary launch exhibitions focus on artists whose themes and processes centre on transformation

Snapshot: ‘The Chinese Photobook’

The exhibition showcases China’s rich history of photographic publishing over the past 150 years

Other exhibitions: Marlene Dumas, Thomas Joshua Cooper and more

Also Christian Marclay and ‘Post Pop’

Viviane Sassen: Pikin Slee, Institute of Contemporary Arts, London — review

The Dutch photographer casts her cool eye over a Suriname village

‘A Strong Sweet Smell of Incense’, Pace Gallery, London

This fresh exhibition evokes the Mayfair art dealer

Marlene Dumas at Tate Modern

The personal and political converge in the work of the South Africa-born painter

Other exhibitions: Henry Moore, Lynda Benglis and more

Also El Anatsui and ‘Sotto Voce’