‘Girl in Bed’ (1952)
©Gate Studios

‘Girl — Lucian Freud’, Ordovas, London

This show assembles portraits where the artist depicts his wife

Agnes Martin artwork

Other exhibitions: Agnes Martin, Constable and more

Also ‘British Glass Biennale’ and ‘Reflections on the Self’

Gold and ivory at Louvre-Lens

The exhibition demonstrates that showing old art in a new museum can enhance both

Teresita Fernández's 'Fata Morgana' (2015) at Madison Square Park. Photo: Yasunori Matsui
©Photo: Yasunori Matsui

Rooftop, garden and park exhibitions, New York — review

This summer’s outdoor art is both underfoot and over our heads

Richard Diebenkorn 'Berkeley #5', 1953, oil on canvas
©The Richard Diebenkorn Foundation

Other exhibitions: Grayson Perry, Richard Diebenkorn and more

Also Y Z Kami and Adrian Heath

Picasso’s ‘Lee Miller as L’Arlésienne’ (1937)
©Succession Picasso/DACS

Lee Miller and Picasso, Scottish National Portrait Gallery, Edinburgh

Picasso’s life, art and friendship with the American photographer

David Hockney’s ‘Perspective Should Be Reversed’ (2014)
©Courtesy of David Hockney/Richard Schmidt

David Hockney: twisted perspective

How the artist combines photographs and ‘painterly’ computer touches to replicate the way we see

Theaster Gates

Theaster Gates — artist or activist?

One of the contemporary scene’s hottest figures talks about social practice art

Natalie Frank's 'All Fur III' (2011-14), left, and 'Little Red Cap I' (2011-14)
©Courtesy the artist

Natalie Frank: The Brothers Grimm, The Drawing Center, New York — review

Frank’s illustrations bring out the darkness in the Grimms’ tales

Willie Doherty's 'Border Road' (1994)

The Art of a Nation, Mall Galleries, London — review

A stunning profile of Irish art since the turn of the 20th century

Rodin, Brancusi, Moore; Waddington Custot Galleries; London

This show chronicles how three sculptors made photography an ally

Other exhibitions: Sonia Delaunay, Pavel Büchler and more

Also Shirazeh Houshiary and ‘Pre-War Scotland’

The rise of Conrad Shawcross

The British artist talks to Jackie Wullschlager about his most colossal structure yet

Snapshot: ‘Speakers’ Corner, London’ (1949), by Ernst Haas

Austrian photojournalist’s series of bustling postwar London

‘When the Curtain Never Comes Down’, American Folk Art Museum, New York — review

An insightful view of peaceable eccentrics and foundering souls

Carpaccio: Vittore and Benedetto from Venice to Istria, Palazzo Sarcinelli, Conegliano, Italy — review

A chance to view some of the painter’s rarely seen late works

Doig, Twombly and Scully in Venice.

Palazzos prove the perfect settings for three giants of painting, says Jackie Wullschlager

André Kertész in Europe, James Hyman Gallery, London

How the Hungarian photographer kept his modernist, geometric vision

Inaugural shows at Milan’s Prada Foundation

Rem Koolhaas’s campus is a landmark for contemporary art

Other exhibitions: John Singer Sargent, David Hockney and more

Also Sara Shamma and David Price

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