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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

          Emma Kunz, Serpentine Gallery; Grace Pailthorpe and Reuben Mednikoff, Camden Arts Centre

            Paintings by a pair of Freudians make a Swiss healer’s doodles look sane

            Chantal Joffe at Victoria Miro; Marcus Coates at Kate MacGarry

              Chantal Joffe’s elegant but edgy portraits and Marcus Coates’s madcap animal sculptures are fierce yet joyous

              Mike Nelson at Tate Britain review — junkyard sculptures lament our industrial past

                The Asset Strippers fills Tate Britain’s cavernous Duveen Galleries with the machinery that once made Britain great

                Baroque Art from Rome to England, Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool

                  Head to Liverpool for a careful look at one of the great English baroque paintings

                  Mary Quant, V&A

                    She brought design to the masses — and invented the miniskirt. Waldemar Januszczak on a Sixties presence

                    Edvard Munch: Love and Angst, British Museum

                      Intense, nervy, unhappy, the Norwegian was also a bold, inventive printmaker, as a fascinating British Museum show proves