Charles Gaines's 'Numbers and Trees III, Shucks #11’ (1987)

Charles Gaines: Gridwork 1974-1989, The Studio Museum in Harlem, New York

Gaines’s equations and rules produce surprisingly seductive images

Other exhibitions: Bernd & Hilla Becher, Barbara Hepworth and more

Bernd & Hilla Becher, popular Arab cinema, Gilbert & George, Barbara Hepworth and Courtauld’s collection of works on paper

©Tom Wood

Snapshot: ‘Landscapes’, by Tom Wood

The photographer returns to his native Ireland every year to document the landscape he left as a child

©Tom Wood

Snapshot: ‘Landscapes’, by Tom Wood

The photographer returns to his native Ireland every year to document the landscape he left as a child

Gautier Deblonde: Portrait of the artist as a studio

For his new book, 10 years in the making, the French photographer has shot the working spaces of artists around the world

Childe Hassam's 'Le Jour du Grand Prix' (1887)
©New Britain Museum of Contemporary Art

American Impressionism: A New Vision, Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, Edinburgh

A sparkling exhibition that pays due respect to the role of women

Christopher Williams, Museum of Modern Art, New York

A retrospective of the photographer’s work discourages lingering

John Ruskin's ‘Study of rock and ferns in a wood at Crossmount, Perthshire’ (1843)

John Ruskin: Artist and Observer, Scottish National Portrait Gallery, Edinburgh

Ruskin’s fidelity to nature was a weakness as well as a strength

The macabre at the Morbid Anatomy Museum

A new and resplendent temple of weirdness has opened in Brooklyn, New York

More exhibitions: Virginia Woolf and Bruce McLean

Virginia Woolf, The Art of England’s North West Coast, Modern Art and St Ives, The Space Where I Am and Bruce McLean