The world’s great art museums have closed their doors – but you can travel within their walls virtually to see treasures up close
Tate Modern, London
Pea-soupers in corridors, moss on the walls – the artist wants to change the way we see our place in the world at a time of climate emergency. Does he go far enough?
Van Gogh comes to London, Keith Haring scribbles over Liverpool, Jean Nouvel gets weird in Qatar, and the V&A hits top gear
Firehoses, grenades and fibreglass sombreros feature in a shortlist that takes in Michael Dean’s evocation of economic despair and Cerith Wyn Evans’s sublime floating instrument
National Portrait Gallery, London
Hero, giant, four-eyed alien … this fascinating show reveals how Jackson inspired artists to project on him all manner of idealistic and perverse ideas