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David Smith, Yorkshire Sculpture Park review — the Michelangelo of welding

    America’s first sculptural giant gets a powerful, ambitious retrospective in Yorkshire

    Cindy Sherman at the National Portrait Gallery review — this joyous retrospective is full of surprises

      Sherman’s exhibition showcases her witty, inventive and unexpectedly moving twists on female stereotypes

      Leonardo da Vinci: A Life in Drawing review — the most complete representation of his talent and his journey

        This Queen’s Gallery show offers a route to the truth about this instinctive procrastinator

        Bartolome Bermejo at the National Gallery review — the art history books need to be rewritten

          Using just seven paintings, the National Gallery has pulled off an eye-opening tribute to the very Spanish Bartolome Bermejo

          Paula Rego at MK Gallery — the most gripping display in recent UK art

            A brilliant retrospective in Milton Keynes shows the psychological darkness at the heart of her best work

            Natalia Goncharova at Tate Modern review — not a convincing case for her talent

              Tate Modern’s rare show of works by the Russian artist starts foggily and ends the same way

              Waldemar Januszczak poses for Ai-Da, the world’s first humanoid robot artist

                “I’m looking at the future — and she’s no Frida Kahlo,” says The Sunday Times art critic

                Lee Krasner, Living Colour review, at the Barbican Art Gallery — a rousing and persuasive tribute

                  Lee Krasner’s bold art was constantly in flux, but her career was no less impressive for it, as a clever show reveals

                  Manga at the British Museum review — much in common with Michelangelo

                    The manga phenomenon has exploded at the British Museum, and how brilliantly it covers Japan’s bold graphic forms

                    Venice biennale

                      The event’s director, Ralph Rugoff, gives us interesting times in spades — but it’s love and Arshile Gorky that win the day