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William Blake at Tate Britain review — viewing it is like being drunk

    The artist’s reputation has waxed and waned, but this Tate show blows away all our preconceptions

    Being Human review — Wellcome Collection’s latest is ‘a sparse selection of visual clickbait’

      A study of the human condition rarely goes beyond skin deep

      Last Supper in Pompeii review — the Ashmolean’s show will leave you hungry for more

        This evocative exhibition plays brilliantly on our food obsessions

        Life with Picasso by Françoise Gilot review — a fascinating look inside his life by his young lover

          The reissued memoir of Picasso’s mistress is a captivating portrait of a tyrant and an invaluable work of art history

          Olafur Eliasson: In Real Life, Tate Modern review — it’s a kind of magic

            After filling Tate Modern’s Turbine Hall with sunshine, Olafur Eliasson is back with fog, rain and moss

            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