Our top exhibition picks this week: Retrospective of legendary martial arts actor Bruce Lee and more

Plus: career of martial arts legend Bruce Lee revisited a journey through a surreal city.

A strange city to walk through and explore

Works from a 2014 exhibition in Paris, which was a recreation of a village and had houses in which people could explore, are to be shown alongside newer pieces from their creators, in a former Shanghai power station. Ilya and Emilia Kabakov: The Dream City runs at the Power Station of Art in the Chinese city until December 6. For more information visit www.powerstationofart.org.

Why selfies are not a modern obsession

The Victorians embraced photography, and in some ways, their enthusiasm matches today's obsession with selfies. This exhibition also looks at the cross-channel contest between pioneers Louis Daguerre and William Henry Fox Talbot. Photography: A Victorian Sensation runs at the National Museum of Scotland until November 22. For information visit www.nms.ac.uk.

Retrospective of legendary martial arts actor

Bruce Lee died just six days before Enter the Dragon – one of the most acclaimed martial arts films of all time. This exhibition in Hong Kong looks at the legacy of Lee's career, and includes photographs, film clips, gym equipment and other memorabilia. Bruce Lee: Kung Fu. Art. Life runs at the Hong Kong Heritage Museum until 2018. For more information visit www.heritagemuseum.gov.hk.