William Eggleston's 'Untitled (Boy Asleep)' (1970-73)

I Still Believe in Miracles, Inverleith House, Edinburgh — ‘Improbable loveliness’

This exhibition pursues a dreamlike course through its galleries

Alma Thomas reached for the stars

How did a black woman raised in segregation-era America gain renown as a painter of captivating canvases?

‘Ginny and Elizabeth’ (1976)
©Alice Neel Estate

Alice Neel exhibition in Edinburgh

The US painter best known for her anguished portraits is given a new — and rather less gloomy — showing at Talbot Rice gallery

Syrian refugee and his daughter near the Greek village of Idomeni
©Yannis Behrakis

A new art show on the frontline of the refugee crisis

An exhibition on the Greek island of Samos hopes to inspire refugee crisis solutions

Graham Fagen’s ‘A Drama in Time’
©Ross Fraser McLean

Public art: monuments maketh the man

This year’s Edinburgh Art Festival has adopted a theme that places artists in a creative dialogue with the city’s historical sites

Two hippies photographed in a doorway in Haight-Ashbury in 1969
©Bob Kreisel/Alamy

Were the hippies right?

Peter Aspden traces how much of today’s thinking was formed by the radicals of the time

Ensamble Studio’s ‘Domo’ (2015)
©Andre Costantini

Tippet Rise: shown on the range

Sculpture, Schubert and wide-open spaces savoured at an arts centre with a difference

Giosetta Fioroni’s 'Venus, after Botticelli' (1965)

Imagine: New Imagery in Italian Art 1960-1969, Peggy Guggenheim Collection, Venice — review

An unforgettable trip through mid-century Italian art

‘Lady on a bus, NYC’ (1957)
©Estate of Diane Arbus

Diane Arbus — hunter of eccentricity

A re-examination of the photographer’s early years documents her development into one of the greats

Still from Bruce Conner's 'Crossroads' (1976)

Bruce Conner: It’s All True, Museum of Modern Art, New York — review

MoMA’s show celebrates a complicated genius

Danny Lyon: Message to the Future, Whitney Museum, New York — review

The photographer comes across as a workmanlike documentarian

Political art: Kader Attia at MMK, Frankfurt

The French-Algerian artist alternates between politics and poetry

Georgia O’Keeffe at Tate Modern

The museum’s retrospective is a once-in-a-generation chance to explore the great American modernist’s work

A Beautiful Disorder, Cass Sculpture Foundation, West Sussex, UK — review

A show of Chinese art that addresses displacement and transience

Snapshot: Amazon (2016) by Andreas Gursky

The German photographer’s depiction of the indoor landscape of an Amazon warehouse

Stuart Davis, New York — ‘Soul-warming’

The spiritual father of Pop Art at last gets his due

An interview with David Hockney

His new portraits began as a response to personal tragedy, the artist tells Jackie Wullschlager

Martin Creed: The Back Door — ‘Nauseating and dull’

The British artist continues to spin a career out of shallow gestures in his New York show

The art of Ghana

African art has a vibrant local scene and is gaining prominence around the world

Louis Stettner at the Centre Pompidou

A major retrospective hopes to seal the American artist’s reputation as one of the greats