Magicians on paper
Rare and fragile drawings and watercolours from the bad boys of Viennese modernism, Gustav Klimt and Egon Schiele, who prove themselves magicians with the pencil, pastel and pen. Some of Schiele’s bestknown works feature alongside studies for Klimt’s murals and paintings.
Royal Academy, London W1 (020 7300 8000), tomorrow until Feb 3
of abstract expressionists. Hitherto regarded as a relatively minor figure, he now receives his first UK exhibition, entitled Beginnings, with a highly interesting set of works. Kettle’s Yard, Cambridge (01223 748100), until Jan 6
Fascinated by man’s role as aggressor and victim, Elisabeth Frink’s taut anthropomorphic bronzes made her a kind of honorary male in the testosteroneheavy world of post-war British sculpture. After decades in the critical doldrums – though she’s always sold very well – she gets her biggest British showing in 25 years. Sainsbury Centre for the Visual Arts, Norwich
(01603 593199), until Feb 24