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Four must-see exhibitions during Art Basel

From Precious Okoyomon's nightmarish animatronic bear to a global survey of Black figurative painting, sci-fi chairs and Dan Flavin

How four gardens became important spaces of experimentation and creativity for the Bloomsbury Group women

An exhibition at the Garden Museum in London unearths the freedoms that were fostered by outdoor life

Tim Hetherington's intimate photo stories of war go on show in London

A thought-provoking exhibition of work by the late photojournalist the Imperial War Museum

Tate Modern show celebrates Yoko Ono’s rebirth after decades of derision

Exhibition will look at the significance of the artist’s career before and after her famed relationship with John Lennon

Edinburgh exhibition shows the many sides of Eduardo Paolozzi

Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art marks centenary of the birth of the city's famous artistic son

New London exhibition shows how Impressionists used paper to ‘capture life on the wing’

The show will emphasise the way Edgar Degas, Claude Monet among others used studies and sketches to push the boundaries of their art

Forthcoming survey of work by John Craxton spotlights artist's love for Greece

'Poster boy' for the neo-Classical movement who disappeared under the radar eschewed fame for a place in the sun

Filmsnews

Vermeer film proves that people really do want to watch art in cinemas

The company Exhibition on Screen is producing films about artists—and it may have just had a breakthrough with the Dutch artist

Reinterpreting and repositioning the legacy of Joshua Reynolds 300 years after his birth

An exhibition in Plymouth, near where Reynolds grew up, looks at the stories behind the society figures depicted in his portraits

London's museum of surgery reopens after £100m redevelopment

The Hunterian Museum reopens 16 May, mindful of the changing ethics of displaying human remains

Radicalism and romance of the Rossetti family explored in London survey

Tate Britain’s exhibition will highlight the Pre-Raphaelite group’s preoccupations with gender and class

Lucie Rie, the Vienna-born émigré who turned British ceramics into an art form

A new exhibition at Kettle’s Yard hopes to cement Rie’s status as one of the UK’s leading 20th-century ceramicists

Oxford exhibition unearths the fascinating story of Minoan culture and its discovery

Ashmolean Museum show will reveal how the excavations of its former keeper 100 years ago helped popularise a Minoan world of mythological minotaurs and labyrinths

Here she comes: 'Problematic' femme fatale trope gets feminist reappraisal in Hamburg exhibition

Artists from Dante Gabriel Rossetti to Nan Goldin are brought together at the Hamburger Kunsthalle to re-examine the stereotype’s origins and new takes

German Expressionist women who made an indelible mark on Modernism get a rare London showing

Royal Academy of Arts exhibition includes well known names such as Käthe Kollwitz, as well as equally accomplished, but less famous, artists like Marianne Werefkin

Eight exhibitions to see during London's Frieze Week

From Cezanne's love of Provence at Tate Modern to cracking the Ancient Egyptian code at the British Museum

National Gallery takes a closer look at Lucian Freud with sweeping survey to mark centenary

Among a slew of shows celebrating 100 years since the artist’s birth, the National Gallery exhibition explores his enduring appeal as a new generation embrace figuration

Edinburgh show dissects the art of anatomy and delves into some of the more gruesome practices fuelling it, like graverobbing and murder

National Museum of Scotland exhibition will include works by Leonardo and Cornelis Troost as well as the skeleton of the notorious William Burke

Artist's forgotten films from deep under the ocean go on show for the first time in Paris

Jean Painlevé's documentaries of the secrets of sea life fascinated Man Ray in the 1920s, and are now exhibited at the Jeu de Paume 100 years later

From Anglo-Saxon sculpture to Tracey Emin's tent: BBC series summarises the biggest British art events of the past 2,000 years

Art That Made Us winds through the centuries, exploring the cultural effects of landmark historical events such as the Black Death and the First World War

Archaeologist, adventurer and spinner of tales: the life of Heinrich Schliemann is reassessed in Berlin show

Famed for his discovery of Troy, an exhibition at the James-Simon-Galerie and Neues Museum unpicks fact from fiction

Tate Britain show probes Walter Sickert’s French connection

Exhibition, which will travel to the Petit Palais in Paris, examines the profound influence Degas, Manet and Bonnard had on the artist and his work

London show shines a light on lesser-known post-war artists

An exhibition at the Barbican Art Gallery explores the wealth of creativity that took place as Britain recovered from trauma and upheaval

Francis Bacon called bullfighting ‘a marvellous aperitif to sex’: artist’s bestial fascination explored in new show at the Royal Academy of Arts

Though known for his louche Soho lifestyle, the artist had roots in the countryside and an interest in animal instinct

Mediaanalysis

Making (air)waves: how artists are finding inspiration through, and on, radio

Radio offers an opportunity for artists to experiment in new ways, invigorate their practices and find different forms of community

Pet project: the life and work of Louis Wain, eccentric painter of cats, explored in new London show

Exhibition at Bethlem Museum of the Mind reveals the vivid imagination and wit of artist, who spent time in psychiatric hospitals

Three exhibitions to see in London this weekend

From a gory dive into Peruvian culture to a reappraisal of Hogarth's xenophobia