The Buck stopped here

The Buck stopped here is a weekly blog by our contemporary art correspondent Louisa Buck covering the hottest events and must-see exhibitions in London and beyond

Subversive stitch: textile shows across UK unravel histories and weave new tales

From Lubaina Himid's colonial cotton at the Holburne Museum to a group survey at the Barbican, the once maligned medium is in the spotlight

Tate Britain invites you to eat the patriarchy—literally

For the museum's landmark survey of British feminist art, Bobby Baker has reconstructed her 1976 edible work of a life-sized family made from cake and biscuits

Marina Abramović passes the baton on to a new generation of performers

A group of London shows, performances and events organised around the pioneering artist sees her extend her legacy

The Bloomsbury Group, re-examined through their garments

A new book and UK exhibition by Charlie Porter explores the sartorial choices of Virginia Woolf, Vanessa Bell and the rest of the Charleston set

Lactating breasts and farting bottoms: unruly bodies run rampant in exhibitions across London

Our leaky, creaky, capricious corporeal vessels are the subject of shows at Somerset House, Goldsmith's CCA and the Design Museum

Anne Collier turns her eyes towards the illustrious history of Lismore Castle in Ireland

The American artist's exhibition of images of female eyes sourced from comics, films and advertisements is now on show at the historic home of the Dukes of Devonshire

Mark Wallinger launches digital art project to raise legal funds for London pollution group

The Islington-based campaigners Nocado are fighting to prevent retailers Ocado and Marks & Spencer from setting up a depot adjacent to a primary school

Art down to the atom: Cornelia Parker discusses her work with a quantum physicist

The British installation artist sat down with scientist Carlo Rovelli to discover their two disciplines have more in common than one might think

Hew Locke reimagines Birmingham's controversial Queen Victoria statue for an anti-imperialist age

A number of artists—including Amy Ching-Yan Lam and Rajni Perera—have created work that challenges the city's colonial legacy as it gears up to host the 2022 Commonwealth Games

Thomas Dane exhibition in Naples explores the power and precarity of ceramics

Lynda Benglis and Magdalene Odundo join historical figures like Lucio Fontana in a group show that pushes at the limits of what clay can do

Hew Locke's carnivalesque Tate Britain commission tells disturbing colonial histories with flamboyance

The Procession, installed in the Duveen Galleries, references the museum's historic links to the sugar industry and slavery