Here’s how you tackle the triple-headed musical beast that’s taken over London’s exhibition scene: first, catch your boy Elton’s collection of Modernist photography at the Tate (which we told you all about yesterday). Then, before Thursday, try not to spill anything at Sotheby’s as you eye up Bowie’s soon-to-be-sold art collection (including a Jean-Michel Basquiat with a £3.5 million price tag tentatively on it). Lastly, check in with Bob Dylan, whose paintings are pinned to the walls of Halcyon Gallery until December.
Preposterous and delicious limited-edition meat parcels
At the National Portrait Gallery's Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize