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Fernand Léger, Tate Liverpool

    Tate Liverpool’s Fernand Léger show reveals a jovial French provincial with fluctuating styles and a taste for bulky girls

    Andy Warhol — From A to B and Back Again, Whitney Museum, New York

      Think you know Warhol? Think again. The first American retrospective in 30 years reveals a depth to the artist beyond the soup cans and screen prints, says Waldemar Januszczak

      Klimt and Schiele, Royal Academy

        They were both miserabilists, but one of them also excelled at rage

        Jamie Reid, Humber Street Gallery, Hull

          Jamie Reid designed Sex Pistols covers. A new show reveals he’s still a rebel — at 71

          Lorenzo Lotto, National Gallery; William Dobson, Tate Britain

            The National brings us a portrait show of rare humour and delight: this Renaissance man was a wandering star

            Ribera: Art of Violence, Dulwich Picture Gallery

              From flayings to slayings, Jusepe de Ribera’s brutal baroque pictures are thrillingly gory

              Islamic art at the British Museum

                The BM wants the objects in its big new Islamic galleries to tell stories. Not all of them have enough to say

                Edward Burne-Jones, Tate Britain

                  Tate’s Edward Burne-Jones is a good show about a bad artist. Enough cod-medieval silliness now

                  Modern Couples, Barbican; Elmgreen & Dragset, Whitechapel Gallery

                    By exhibiting the works of famous artists in the context of their relationships, the Barbican is rewriting the history of modern art

                    How deflating for Banksy. He so nearly popped art’s balloon

                      The graffiti artist’s Sotheby’s stunt aimed to skewer the market’s money fixation. It backfired