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
Personal favourites from Maastricht, including an ancient Egyptian fragment and an unfinished old master painting
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
Fifty exhibitions in as many weeks; this revival of the ‘fig-1’ project from 15 years ago is a surprising success
The Crypt Gallery in St Pancras Church is overrun with cosmopolitan chickens. Is it art?
Music, dancing robots, 19th-century algorithms: Shawcross’s latest project was ambitious, but was it worth it?
Frieze week takes it out of you alright, but there has been some seriously good stuff on show
When you’ve been to more than 40 shows in three days you start to feel a little…displaced
PAD, the 1:54 Contemporary African Art Fair, and another clutch of gallery shows: this week is taking its toll
‘But it’s so BIG!’ I heard an angry American journalist exclaim. And she spoke the truth – Frieze is big
You know you’re beaten when you come within inches of mistaking a Justin Adian painting for a coat hanger
So here we are: Frieze week is finally upon us. I will be attending as many events as humanly possible
Fiona Banner’s extraordinary indoor Chinook will make you want duck and run
Dine turns Soviet-era lithographic stones into contemporary art
Drones, video games and the NSA…
Love him or hate him, Stanley Spencer’s First World War paintings at Burghclere will win you over
Do Nasreen Mohamedi’s drawings at Tate Liverpool better reflect modernist camouflage experiments that Carlos Cruz-Diez’s dazzle ship?
It’s been 30 years since the Battle of Orgreave, and 13 since Jeremy Deller’s re-enactment of it. Is it time to re-examine the re-examination?
The reopening of Farnborough’s flight testing centre is one of the most unusual and remarkable art projects in recent years
The British Guiana One-Cent Magenta is the only stamp of its kind in the world, and by far the most expensive
Phyllida Barlow’s drawings are every bit as good as her sculptures