Exhibitions in London and beyond

FT critics review this season’s crop of visual arts shows

An impressive show documents the destructive impact of the first world war through artists’ eyes

A haunting childhood memory is the key to the artist’s intricate, uplifting piano installation

Two Gateshead shows precede a wave of exhibitions and performances across the north-east of England

An exhibition that bristles with unexpected gems

Tate Modern’s stellar show displays work made by the great master, in thrall to his new lover, during a single year

A rapturous show puts the great Impressionist’s work in an unusual perspective

More from this Series

The London gallery is staging a long-overdue show of work by the multi-disciplinary American artist

Tate Britain’s annual sculpture commission is given a clever, playful twist by the artist

Hope to Nope is an engaging and timely exhibition about activist and political graphics

A searching survey of 20th-century life painting omits some of its greatest practitioners