The Sunday Preview: The five best exhibitions

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The Cubism of Juan Gris (Whitechapel Gallery, E1, 071-377 0107, to 29 Nov). A welcome showing for the 'third man' of Cubism; some of the paintings, especially from the First World War years, are very beautiful.

Allan Ramsay (National Portrait Gallery, St Martin's Lane, SW1, 071-308 0055, Fri to 17 Jan). Retrospective of 18th-century Scottish portraitist: acute images of Edinburgh and London society and celebs.

Craigie Horsfield (Frith Street Gallery, WC2, 071-494 1550, to 30 Oct). Intense, mysterious and painterly photographs of faces, bodies and land.

Simon Lewty: Terra Incognita (Castle Museum, Nottingham, 0602-483504, to 8 Nov). Curious British creator of intricate, map-like paintings. See review, page 25.

Florentine Drawings in the Age of Michelangelo (Sainsbury Centre for the Visual Arts, University of East Anglia, Norwich, 0603 592467, to 13 Dec). Fifty works on paper by leading Renaissance Ninja Turtles: Leonardo, Raphael, Michelangelo et al.