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Polly Morgan’s How to Behave at Home at the Bomb Factory; The Royal Academy’s Winter Exhibition

    A fabulously unique show that will have you squirming

    Bruce Nauman, Tate Modern, London SE1

      Baffling and bleak, Bruce Nauman’s work is hugely influential — and the perfect art for the Covid world

      Artemisia, National Gallery, London WC2

        Snappy, witty, funny: the National Gallery’s new show charts the arrival of a unique female voice

        Look after the pennies and the Tondo takes care of itself

          Here we go again. Just as the arrival of the first swallow signals the start of spring, so the arrival of a financial crisis at the Royal Academy prompts a call for the academy to sell its most prized possession: the Taddei Tondo. Carved in Florence in the early 1500s, this unfinished relief is the […]

          Cecily Brown, Blenheim Palace; Tantra, British Museum

            Some of Cecily Brown’s paintings at Blenheim misfire, but the best are snappy and subversive

            The book of Gauguin: a preview of the rare manuscript Avant et après at the Courtauld

              Waldemar Januszczak is given exclusive access to the most important of the artist’s outpourings at the gallery’s temporary home

              London Grads Now, Saatchi Gallery, London SW3

                A lucky few graduates seize the moment — with work that questions nature and identity

                Titian exhibition: watch Waldemar Januszczak’s tour of the National Gallery’s masterly show

                  Titian’s Poesies are united for the first time at the National Gallery, and Waldemar Januszczak is awestruck

                  Cranach: Artist and Innovator, Compton Verney

                    Were Lucas Cranach’s paintings of naked ladies there to titillate — or to educate? By Waldemar Januszczak

                    Gordon Parks, Alison Jacques Gallery; Khadija Saye, 236 Westbourne Grove, London

                      A resonant photography exhibition focusing on segregation in 1950s America turns the lens on to the everyday cruelties and injuries of racism