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At the Chisenhale Gallery, director (and frieze contributing editor) Polly Staple continues to programme shows that are as timely as they are fresh (Christina Mackie and James Richards in particular) – the latest, by wunderkind Helen Marten, was no exception: it was fantastically inventive (and fun).

Anything to do with Rosemarie Trockel is fine by me: thus, I’m really looking forward to ‘Rosemarie Trockel: A Cosmos’, at the Serpentine, an exhibition that ‘juxtaposes the artist’s works with a range of objects and artworks created by others with which she feels an affinity’.It was the brain-child of Sam Belinfante, one of the most promising young artists now in the UK and highlights were Scott Wilson’s performance of Alvin Lucier’s .The whole thing was wonderful – rich, rich, rich in content – both entertaining and clearly the product of fine intelligence.I’ve long been fascinated by the wonders and weirdness of Victorian art, and thus loved ‘Pre-Raphaelites: The Victorian Avant-Garde’ at Tate Britain.At Studio Voltaire I was reminded, once again, what a great artist Nicole Eisenmann is – her new sculptures are both magnificently nuts and weirdly moving; at the ever-wonderful Estorick Collection, I was thrilled to see a show devoted to one of my heroes, the Italian modernist artist and children’s book writer and illustrator, Bruno Munari.

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