Visual Arts: Pick of the week

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Gustave Caillebotte

The "forgotten Impressionist" gets a rare outing with some 40 works selected from the show which toured to Paris, Chicago and Los Angeles last year, reinforced by a number of previously unseen works from the Caillebotte family.

Thurs to 23 June. Royal Academy, London W1 (0171-439 7438)

Something Else

Small works united by the concept of art publishing. Among those artists featured are John Baldessari, Brian Catling, Neil Cummings, Richard Long, Bob and Roberta Smith and Richard Wentworth. An interesting excursion into the often passed-over world of artists' multiples.

To 5 May. Camden Arts Centre, London NW3 (0171-435 2643)

Wandering About in the Future

Despite a notoriously tiny acquisitions budget, the Tate has managed to keep pace with recent developments in contemporary art. Here are a few of the latest additions to the national collection - the sort of things that will find their way into the Bankside Gallery. Highlights include Cathy de Monchaux's Wandering About in the Future, Looking Forward in the Past, Callum Innes's Three Identical Forms, and works by Bruce Nauman, Louise Bourgeois, Georg Baselitz and Miroslaw Balka.

Saturday to August 1997. Tate Gallery, Liverpool (0151 709 0507)