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The current show at Marian Goodman gallery is a blast, and White Cube has come up with a winner, too
Is it acceptable to lay into an octogenarian painter who has long been a ‘national treasure’?
‘I made it my mission last week to find a show that captured the city’s twitchiness.’
Hacktivists crash Tenderpixel’s private view; Berenice Abbott’s works intrigue at Beetles + Huxley; and Sadie Coles opens a new gallery
Nobody has captured the city’s ever-changing whirl quite like Auerbach: don’t miss his shows at Tate Britain and Marlborough
Cartier-Bresson, Bomberg’s circle and Damien Hirst’s homage to Hoyland: don’t let Frieze week distract you from these London shows
Be won over by Ai Weiwei, blown away by Bridget Riley, and get lost in the National Theatre’s concrete corridors this week
Thank god for September. The art year has kicked off like a mule with a grievance
Zzzzzzz. That, in brief, is the most accurate way to sum up London at the moment
London is now stuck in the August doldrums. I’d complain about it more if only I could muster the energy
Thrilling and thoughtful work by an Angolan collective puts shows by Marc Quinn and Joseph Cornell in the shade
Alexander McQueen’s exquisite tailoring; the Serpentine’s slightly shabby pavilion; Andy Warhol’s money-worship; and Kallos gallery’s exceptional ancient art
Tate’s ‘Fighting History’ is a failure: if you want proper history, see Ian Hamilton Finlay’s Revolutionary work at Victoria Miro
Michael Craig-Martin has brightened up the RA Summer Exhibition a bit, but Agnes Martin is truly unmissable at the Tate
Hockney’s psychedelic new creations at Annely Juda; Thomas Struth’s exceptional photographs at Marian Goodman; and Andre Kertesz at James Hyman
Supersymmetry dazzles in the Vinyl Factory; Lawrence Lek empties the Royal Academy; and a horrible vision in Hammersmith
Ravilious is bonkers and brilliant in Dulwich; Space sparkles at Daniel Blau; and is ‘Woman in Gold’ so bad it’s good?
Tracey Emin’s bed, Isa Genzken’s money, NS Harsha’s space cows, and Roger Ackling’s ‘Simple Gifts’
Traces of the World Trade Centre in London; counterculturalism and Robert Fraser; and Hauser & Wirth’s space in Somerset
Mary Moore vs the YBAs; this month’s most covetable exhibition catalogue; and Alex Katz’s trousers
Digby Warde-Aldam explores what London has to offer, from contemporary abstract painting to Sargent’s most disquieting portraits
Frith Street Gallery moves back to Frith Street, and Multiplied opens at Christie’s
Charles Ede Ltd celebrates ‘a flourishing tradition’; the National Portrait Gallery celebrates anarchy and beauty…