Emin’s Bed makes return to UK

German owner loans famous artwork to the Tate galleries

'Cercophitecus Icarocornu' from the 1985 series Fauna by Joan Fontcuberta and Pere Formiguera

Joan Fontcuberta: Stranger than Fiction, Science Museum, London

A brilliant show of hoaxes from the Catalan artist and curator

‘Christopher Williams: The Production Line of Happiness’, MoMA

The American artist’s hyperrealistic photographs are often designed to mimic advertisements

Or Zubalsky's 'Meeting Table' (2014)

New York as capital of craft

An exhibition that spotlights the city’s artisanal side has some puzzling entries

Louis Kahn at the Design Museum, London

The American architect’s work is less well-known than that of his contemporaries but it has worn well

‘Hear O Israel’ (1955) by David Bomberg and El Greco’s ‘Christ Carrying the Cross’

The influence of El Greco, 400 years on

Two exhibitions in Spain reveal the painter’s Jewish connections and his impact on 20th-century art

‘Snowdon from Llyn Nantlle’ (c1765-6) by Richard Wilson
©National Museum Cardiff

Richard Wilson and the Transformation of European Landscape Painting, National Museum, Cardiff

A sumptuous exhibition of work by the Welsh-born artist

The Wedding March

American Impressionism, National Galleries of Scotland, Edinburgh

How European experience shaped American innocence

‘Military checkpoint’ (c1970), by Akihiko Okamura
©Akihiko Okamura

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