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Wernher Collection, Ranger’s House

    The rediscovered Botticelli at Ranger’s House is very good news — not least for what it tells us about pomegranates this Easter Day

    Anthea Hamilton, Thomas Dane Gallery review — funny, inventive and a little unsettling

      The British artist’s latest show surrounds you with clues, but never confronts you with solutions

      So Much Longing in So Little Space: The Art of Edvard Munch by Karl Ove Knausgaard review

        It’s supposed to be a biography, but Knausgaard writes more about himself than Munch

        How George Michael became the world’s biggest art collector — and best friends with Tracey Emin

          Waldemar Januszczak gets a sneak preview of the pop star’s art collection before it goes under the hammer

          The Renaissance Nude, Royal Academy

            The RA’s definition-busting show throws all preconceptions out of the window — and you’ll find at least as many naked men as women

            The ugly truth behind art: why Nan Goldin is taking on the Sacklers

              The Amercian artist is asking awkward questions about our gallery funding. It’s time we joined her

              Dorothea Tanning review — some striking feminine anger at Tate Modern

                One of many women overlooked in the surrealist movement, Tanning is now feted with a Tate show of her own

                Christian Dior, V&A review — an intermittently delightful exhibition

                  For all its charm, the V&A’s Christian Dior exhibition shows clearly that the brand couldn’t measure up to its founder’s work

                  Diane Arbus: In the Beginning, Hayward Gallery

                    A surprising show at the Hayward reveals the great photographer’s gentler side

                    Tracey Emin, White Cube Bermondsey

                      Childless, sleepless and now motherless: the artist gives voice to her pain in an explosive show. It’s a game-changer