Renata Lucas's 'fontes e sequestros' (2015)
©Jens Ziehe

Berlin Gallery Weekend — review

This annual event rewards the public as much as the collectors

Heinrich Maria Davringhausen’s ‘The Profiteer’ (1920-21) and Christian Schad’s ‘Self portrait’ (1927)
©ARS, New York/VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn; Stiftung M

New Objectivity: Modern German Art in the Weimar Republic 1919-1933, Museo Correr, Venice — review

A panorama of the movement that challenged the status quo

Other exhibitions: Marlene Dumas, William Tillyer and more

Also Michal Rovner and Alexander Calder

Detail from Nick Goss’s ‘Chips Out’ (2015)
©Nick Goss/Josh Lilley Gallery

Nick Goss, Josh Lilley Gallery, London

The artist invites us to enter his world but holds us at bay

Sarah Lucas’s installation in 2014
©Keith Hunter

British pavilion: Sarah Lucas

The artist is now more mature — but still provocative

New Whitney plays the same old hits

Inaugural show both critiques and panders to the art-world consensus

Snapshot: ‘Portraits in Lace: Breton Women’, by Charles Fréger

Set continues series on people who adhere to strict folk traditions

Jacob Lawrence, 'Bus' (1941)
©Jacob and Gwendolyn Knight Lawrence Foundatio

One-Way Ticket: Jacob Lawrence’s Migration Series and Other Works, Museum of Modern Art, New York — review

The artist tells the story of African-Americans’ northward journey

Detail from Francis Bacon's Portrait of Isabel Rawsthorne
©Tate/Estate of Francis Bacon

Francis Bacon and the old masters

A new show in Norwich pairs the painter with masterpieces from the Hermitage — and delights Jackie Wullschlager

Leonardo’s preparatory study for ‘Adoration of the Magi’ (1481)
©Uffizi, Florence

‘Leonardo: Drawing the World’, Milan

The exhibition reveals an artist riveted by how the world works

Other exhibitions: Sonia Delaunay, Thomas Struth and more

Also Barbara Hepworth and Gianni Piacentino

Theaster Gates, White Cube, London

‘Freedom of Assembly’ explores the concept of assembly

Interview: Iranian artist Shirin Neshat

In exile from her home country, the multimedia artist has shows in Washington and Baku

Other exhibitions: Richard Diebenkorn, Prunella Clough and more

Also ‘Artists for Ikon’ and ‘A Scottish Selection’

Sonia Delaunay at Tate Modern

The painter put abstraction into design with spectacular results, writes Jackie Wullschlager

Deutsche Börse Photography Prize, Photographers’ Gallery, London

Exhibition features artists who use photography as agent of social change

Snapshot: Tamas Dezso: ‘Notes for an Epilogue’

Images of post-communist life in Romania

Power and Pathos: Bronze Sculpture of the Hellenistic World, Palazzo Strozzi, Florence — review

The works are astonishing, the juxtapositions thrilling

When painters fall out of fashion

A Paris show explores the mysteries of taste-making

Other exhibitions: ‘Modigliani’, ‘Magic Mirror’ and more

Also Jessica Fulford-Dobson and Christian Marclay