©Gate Studios

Other exhibitions: Richard Serra, Berlinde de Bruyckere and more

Also Rembrandt, Don McCullin and Lawrence Alma-Tadema

Colquhoun’s ‘Figures in a Farmyard’ (1862)
©National Galleries of Scotland

The Two Roberts, Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, Edinburgh

A retrospective on the meteoric rise and rapid fall of Robert Colquhoun and Robert MacBryde

Maurizio Cattelan’s ‘La Nona Ora’ (1999)
©Zeno Zotti/Maurizio Cattelan’s Archive

Maurizio Cattelan’s interview and new show

‘Every reign needs its jester’, says Italy’s best-known contemporary artist and chief joker

Sophie Elgort: my father’s eye

As a new book and exhibition celebrate the career of photographer Arthur Elgort, his daughter Sophie recalls life behind – and before – his lens

Snapshot: ‘Come Home at Once’, Bantam Press

A selection of more than 100 from Guy Atkins’ collection of postcards sent between 1902 and 1914

Bruce Davidson’s ‘Great Britain, Wales’ (1965)
©Bruce Davidson/Magnum Photos

Paris Photo photography fair – report

Modestly-priced prints were shown alongside rare 19th-century works

Accepted by HM Government in lieu of tax with additional payment (Grant-in-Aid) made with assistance from the National Heritage Memorial Fund, the Art Fund and the Friends of the Tate Gallery 1987<br><br>© Succession Picasso/DACS 2014
©Tate Images

More exhibitions including John Armstrong and Edward Burras

Also FE McWilliam and Colin Middleton

A photograph by Gautier Deblonde displaying a sculpture by Jacques Verduyn (1974) and a Thomas Struth image of Tiananmen Square, published in the catalogue ‘Collectors’ (2014)
©Gautier Deblonde

Flanders’ flourishing art collections

Belgium could have the highest density of collectors in the world. A look at some of their treasures

‘The Tempest’ (1862) by Peder Balke
©The National Gallery, London

Peder Balke, National Gallery, London

A group of the Norwegian artist’s strange, almost mystical seascapes and mountain scenes has come to the UK for the first time

‘The Roses of Heliogabalus’ (1888) by Lawrence Alma-Tadema
©The Pérez Simón Collection, Mexico

The allure of Victorian paintings

Out of fashion for decades, the genre is restored to life in a cleverly orchestrated show of an unusual collection

Snapshot: ‘Larry Sultan: Here and Home’, Lacma, Los Angeles

The first major retrospective of works from the California photographer and professor

Sturtevant: Double Trouble, MoMA, New York – review

The question posed by this show of meticulous copies is: why?

The Sensory War 1914-2014, Manchester Art Gallery

Powerful works portray the impact of conflict

Other exhibitions: Anselm Kiefer, J.M.W. Turner and more

Also Paula Rego/Honoré Daumier, Joan Eardley, Sheila Fell, Eva Frankfurther, Josef Herman and L S Lowry

Chris Ofili retrospective at the New Museum

Afromuses, elephant dung and race riots - Chris Ofili finds beauty in the brutal. By Ariella Budick

British artists and the Spanish civil war

British artists’ engagement with the Spanish civil war makes for a vivid show

Frank Stella: Illustrations after El Lissitzky’s ‘Had Gadya’, Waddington Custot Galleries, London

The New Yorker saw Lissitzky’s gouaches and produced his own print series illustrating each line of the song

Helena Rubinstein: a head for business

A new exhibition looks at how the cosmetics tycoon created a brand in her own image

Judith Scott, Brooklyn Museum, New York

An engrossing survey of work by an artist who defies classification

Francesco Clemente’s nomadic inspiration

Sex, death and tents – the painter talks about the main attraction of his latest exhibition in New York