The Wedding March

American Impressionism, National Galleries of Scotland, Edinburgh

How European experience shaped American innocence

‘Military checkpoint’ (c1970), by Akihiko Okamura
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Snapshot: ‘Military checkpoint’ (c1970), by Akihiko Okamura

The Japanese photojournalist became known in the early 1960s when his photographs of the Vietnam war were published

More exhibitions: Louise Bourgeois and Tove Jansson

Gilbert & George, ‘A Strong Affinity’, Louise Bourgeois, Tove Jansson, Bridget Riley and Courtauld’s summer showcase

‘The Wedding March’ (1892) by Theodore Robinson

American Impressionism, Edinburgh

This exhibition is Edinburgh’s summer crowd-pleaser and its well-chosen works largely tell a classic 19th-century tale

The proposed Garden Bridge by Thomas Heatherwick
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Bridges at the Museum of London Docklands

The exhibition on the city’s famous crossings runs from June 27 to November 2 2014

Building bridges in the city

The role of city bridges is explored in a new exhibition at the Museum of London Docklands

Malevich retrospective at Tate Modern

Jackie Wullshlager applauds a ‘marvellously orchestrated, deeply revealing’ new show of work by the revolutionary Russian artist

One of Lazar Khidekel’s building designs from 1923

Lazar Khidekel at Pushkin House, London

Little-known designer was responsible for some of the earliest translations of suprematist language into architectural form

Joan Miro at his workshop
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Along the same lines: Albers and Miró

The two artists never met, but they had much in common as an exhibition in Mallorca shows

Michael Stevenson’s ‘Strategic-Level Spiritual Warfare’ (2014) at the Old Blind School, Liverpool
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Liverpool Biennial, UK

This year’s edition has a bad case of conceptual overload

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