Going Out: Art - THE FIVE BEST SHOWS IN LONDON

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Lucio Fontana Hayward Gallery

Mysterious Italian sculptor-painter, slasher and slitter reaches his best, and strangest, in "The End of God" - a suite of egg-shaped, burst and punctured canvases. To 9 Jan

Ana Maria Pacheco National Gallery

The Brazilian sculptor's tableau of chunky, wide-eyed, over-human size painted-wood effigies surrounding a stark Sebastian, arrowed. They're alive. To 9 Jan

Gino Severini Estorick Collection

Paintings and drawings by the Italian Futurist follows one decade - 1910 to 1920 - through world-smashing war works, whirly-gig abstracts and cool, Cubist still lifes. To 9 Jan

CRW Nevinson Imperial War Museum

Vorticist painter and printmaker, famous for his war art - cramped soldiers in drab browns, blacks and olives; and see also his swirling cityscapes, from London, New York and Paris. To 30 Jan

The Art of Bloomsbury Tate Gallery

The painters of the Bloomsbury Group made some of the first abstracts in Britain and were, as taste-makers, ever ahead of the game in championing Picasso and Matisse. To 30 Jan

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