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Lord Leighton Three shows celebrate the centenary of the only artist ever elevated to the peerage. The Royal Academy has the paintings, the V&A unveils the frescoes, and Leighton's own house provides a walk-through, audio-visual "Leighton experience". RA, London W1, to 21 Apr; V&A, London SW7, to 8 Sept; Leighton House, London W14, to 21 Apr

Georgina Starr The darling of the new British art is the latest incumbent of the Tate's Art Now room. For The Hungry Brain (right), Starr has used video to create a personal universe inhabited by a weird cast of characters, often played by the artist herself. A stimulating experience. Tate, London SW1, to 7 Apr

Cezanne Never mind the hype, visit the show. This is, without doubt, one of the major exhibitions of the decade. Beautifully selected and hung, it at last provides a rounded picture of Cezanne's complex personality. Tate, London SW1 to 28 Apr