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The best of the decade

    Waldemar picks his highlights from the past decade

    Hogarth: Place and Progress

      A pugnacious Hogarth show at the Sir John Soane’s Museum is full of political pertinence

      Theaster Gates, Tate Liverpool

        The American artist brings a quietly shocking show about slavery to Liverpool

        Cars: Accelerating the Modern World, V&A, London

          The V&A’s motor show is full of vivid observations — understand it and you will understand humanity

          Anselm Kiefer, White Cube, London; Ged Quinn, Stephen Friedman Gallery, London

            Anselm Kiefer’s mind-blowing White Cube show gives us the bigger picture: it’s outrageously ambitious

            Dora Maar, Tate Modern, London

              Just don’t mention the P-word: Dora Maar was so much more than Picasso’s surrealist sidekick, as this intriguing — and frustrating — new show demonstrates

              Caravaggio and Bernini, Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna

                A Caravaggio and Bernini show in Vienna offers an exciting, intimate vision of the baroque era

                Lucian Freud: The Self-Portraits, Royal Academy, London

                  Freudian slips: this retrospective reveals that the artist’s ambition was greater than his abilities

                  Leonardo da Vinci, Louvre, Paris

                    This Leonardo show might be lacking in paintings, but it does have a surprise star

                    Nam June Paik, Tate Modern

                      Nam June Paik was the father of video art. The riot of noise, colour and vision at Tate Modern shows he was spookily ahead of his time