Highlights

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    Vanessa Bell

    Around 100 paintings, ceramics, fabrics and photographs comprise the first major survey of the art of Vanessa Bell; 8th February to 4th June; to be reviewed.

    London | Dulwich Picture Gallery | to 4 Jun 2017 | Exhibition
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    Mark Wallinger Mark

    Recent paintings by Mark Wallinger are shown with previous works; 4th March to 4th June.

    Great Britain and Ireland | Dundee Contemporary Arts. | to 4 Jun 2017 | Exhibition
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    Plautilla Nelli. Convent Art and Devotion in the Footsteps of Savonarola

    Florence’s earliest known female Renaissance painter, Suor Plautilla Nelli (1523–87), is the subject of an exhibition; to 4th June

    Europe | Florence, Galleria degli Uffizi. | to 4 Jun 2017 | Exhibition
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    ReCollecting Dogon

    An exhibition of the sculpture of the Dogon people of Mali and its impact on American and European art in the twentieth century; 3rd February to 9th July.

    North America | Houston, Menil Collection | to 9 Jul 2017 | Exhibition
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    Maria Merian’s Butterflies

    Maria Merian’s Butterflies, previously in London, explores the work of Maria Sibylla Merian (1647–1717), the German-born naturalist and scientific illustrator; 17th March to 23rd July.

    Great Britain and Ireland | Edinburgh, Queen’s Gallery, Palace of Holyrood-house. | to 23 Jul 2017 | Exhibition
  • Europe | Vienna, Albertina | to 25 Apr 2017 | Exhibition

    Poussin to David: French Drawings at the Albertina

    French master drawings of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries from the collection; 25th January to 25th April.

  • London | Paul Mellon Centre | to 28 Apr 2017 | Exhibition

    'The price of war': Recording, Publishing & Preserving Art 1939-1945

    A display dedicated to the exhibition, publication and preservation of works of art during the Second World War using items from the Centre’s collections runs to 28th April.

  • Europe | Cologne. | to 29 Apr 2017 | Fairs

    Art Cologne

    Art Cologne; 26th to 29th April.

  • North America | San Francisco, de Young | to 30 Apr 2017 | Exhibition

    Danny Lyon: Message to the Future

    A career survey for the street photographer Danny Lyon, previously in New York, is on view from 5th November to 30th April.

  • Europe | Groningen, Groninger Museum | to 30 Apr 2017 | Exhibition

    Rodin - Genius at Work

    Previously in Montreal and Salem, a survey of Rodin’s work runs here from 19th November to 30th April.

  • North America | San Francisco Museum of Modern Art | to 30 Apr 2017 | Exhibition

    Diane Arbus: in the Beginning

    Previously in New York, over 100 early photographs by Diane Arbus are on view from 21st January to 30th April.

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Nottingham Contemporary | to 30 Apr 2017 | Exhibition

    The Place Is Here

    Around 100 works produced by black artists and collectives in 1980s Britain are on view from 4th February to 30th April; to be reviewed.

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Oxford, Modern Art | to 30 Apr 2017 | Exhibition

    Lubaina Himid: Invisible Strategies

    An exhibition devoted to the work of Lubaina Himid, one of the pioneers of the British Black Arts movement, since the 1980s runs to 30th April.

  • Europe | Madrid, Fundación MAPFRE | to 30 Apr 2017 | Exhibition

    Peter Hujar: Speed of Life

    Over 150 photographs by Peter Hujar are on view to 30th April (then in New York).

  • Europe | Rome, Palazzo Braschi | to 30 Apr 2017 | Exhibition

    XX Century Painters and the Playing Cards. Paola Masino’s Collection

    Playing cards by artists such as Jean Cocteau and Alberto Burri for the writer Paola Masino are on view to 30th April.

  • Europe | Winterthur, Kunstmuseum | to 30 Apr 2017 | Exhibition

    Antonio Calderara (1903 – 1978)

    Previously in Lugano, a loan exhibition dedicated to the paintings of Antonio Calderara runs from 11th February to 30th April.

  • North America | Chicago, Museum of Contemporary Art | to 30 Apr 2017 | Exhibition

    Merce Cunningham: Common Time

    Here and in Minneapolis, Merce Cunningham: Common Time provides an overview of the dancer and choreographer’s life and legacy; 11th February to 30th April; to be reviewed.

  • North America | Dallas, Nasher Sculpture Center | to 30 Apr 2017 | Exhibition

    Richard Serra: Prints

     An overview of Richard Serra’s printed work; to 30th April.

  • North America | Los Angeles, Hammer Museum | to 30 Apr 2017 | Exhibition

    Dubuffet Drawings, 1935-1962

    Dubuffet Drawings, 1935–1962, previously in New York, runs to 30th April.

  • North America | Mexico City, Antiguo Colegio de San Ildefonso | to 30 Apr 2017 | Exhibition

    Three Centuries of American Prints from the National Gallery of Art

    Three Centuries of American Prints from the National Gallery of Art, previously in Prague, runs from 7th February to 30th April (then in Dallas).

  • North America | Mexico City, Museo del Palacio de Bellas Artes | to 30 Apr 2017 | Exhibition

    Paint the Revolution: Mexican Modernism, 1910–1950

    Paint the Revolution: Mexican Modernism, 1910–1950, previously in Philadelphia, runs from 3rd February to 30th April.

  • North America | New Haven, Yale Center for British Art | to 30 Apr 2017 | Exhibition

    Enlightened Princesses: Caroline, Augusta, Charlotte, and the Shaping of the Modern World

    Enlightened Princesses: Caroline, Augusta, Charlotte, and the Shaping of the Modern World explores the artistic interests of three German princesses at the British court; 2nd February to 30th April (then in London).

  • North America | Washington, Phillips Collection | to 30 Apr 2017 | Exhibition

    Toulouse-Lautrec Illustrates the Belle Epoque

    Previously in Montreal, Toulouse-Lautrec Illustrates the Belle Epoque runs from 4th February to 30th April.

  • London | City of London | to 1 May 2017 | Exhibition

    Sculpture in the City 2016

    Fifteen new large-scale public sculptures by artists including Jaume Plensa and Anthony Caro are now on view at various sites as part of Sculpture in the City; to May 2017.

  • North America | Norman OK, Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art | to 1 May 2017 | Acquisition

    Ed Ruscha

    Oklahoma native Ed Ruscha has donated a number of works from his private collection to the university museum (Fig.88).

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Hull, Ferens Art Gallery | to 1 May 2017 | Exhibition

    City of Culture Programme

    The Gallery reopens this month to inaugurate Hull’s UK City of Culture programme with a rehang of the permanent collection; the display of its recent acquisition of a work by Pietro Lorenzetti (Fig.87) following four years of conservation at the National Gallery, London; and a display of Francis Bacon’s ‘Screaming Popes’, on view from 21st January to 1st May.

  • Europe | Cologne, Museum Ludwig | to 1 May 2017 | Exhibition

    Gerhard Richter: New Paintings

    New paintings by Gerhard Richter; 9th February to 1st May.

  • Europe | Kiel, Kunsthalle | to 3 May 2017 | Exhibition

    Käthe Kollwitz: I Want to Take Effect

    Graphic series by Käthe Kollwitz are on view from 19th November to 3rd May.

  • North America | Naples FL, Baker Museum | to 3 May 2017 | Exhibition

    Robert Indiana: Now and Then

    Over 50 works by Robert Indiana; to 3rd May.

  • London | Australian High Commission. | to 5 May 2017 | Exhibition

    Sidney Nolan Trust Collection

    A group of paintings by Sidney Nolan is publicly displayed for the first time here from 22nd April to 5th May (see also Chichester).

  • London | Victoria Miro. | to 6 May 2017 | Exhibition

    Secundino Hernández: Paso

    At George St. and Wharf Rd., an exhibition of paintings by Secundino Hernández; runs to 6th May.

     

     

  • London | Timothy Taylor. | to 6 May 2017 | Exhibition

    Eddie Martinez: Cowboy Town

    New paintings by New York artist

    Eddie Martinez; to 6th May.

  • North America | Washington, National Portrait Gallery | to 7 May 2017 | Exhibition

    Bill Viola: The Moving Portrait

    Bill Viola: The Moving Portrait; from 18th November to 7th May.

  • London | Tate Modern | to 7 May 2017 | Exhibition

    The Radical Eye: Modernist Photography from the Sir Elton John Collection

    This exhibition runs from 10th November to 7th May; to be reviewed.

  • North America | Los Angeles County Museum of Art | to 7 May 2017 | Exhibition

    Picasso & Rivera: Conversations Across Time

    150 works by Picasso and Diego Rivera are used to compare their parallel development; 4th December to 7th May (then in Mexico City).

  • New York | Met Breuer | to 7 May 2017 | Exhibition

    Marisa Merz: The Sky is a Great Space

    A monographic exhibition for Marisa Merz runs from 24th January to 7th May (then in Los Angeles).

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Bruton (Somerset), Hauser & Wirth | to 7 May 2017 | Exhibition

    Elisabeth Frink: Transformation

    Bronzes and drawings of the 1950s and 1960s by Elisabeth Frink are on view from 19th January to 7th May.

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Eastbourne, Towner | to 7 May 2017 | Exhibition

    A Certain Kind Of Light

    Works by Peter Lanyon, David Batchelor and others in which light plays a major role, from the Arts Council Collection; 21st January to 7th May

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Liverpool, Walker Art Gallery | to 7 May 2017 | Exhibition

    Victorian Treasures

    Victorian Treasures from the city’s collections; 27th January to 7th May.

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Margate, Turner Contemporary | to 7 May 2017 | Exhibition

    Entanglement: Threads & Making

    Entanglement: Threads & Making includes more than forty modern and contemporary female artists who have utilised craft techniques in their work; to 7th May.

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Oxford, Ashmolean Museum | to 7 May 2017 | Exhibition

    Degas to Picasso: Creating Modernism in France

    Degas to Picasso: Creating Modernism in France tells the story of the emergence of the French avant-garde through works from the private collection of Ursula and R. Stanley Johnson; 10th February to 7th May.

  • Europe | Rome, Palazzo Braschi | to 7 May 2017 | Exhibition

    Artemisia Gentileschi and her Times

    Artemisia Gentileschi’s œuvre is studied through 100 works; to 7th May; to be reviewed.

  • Europe | Zürich, Kunsthaus | to 7 May 2017 | Exhibition

    Vibrant Metropolis/ Idyllic Nature: Kirchner - The Berlin Years

    Some 160 works illustrate Ernst Ludwig Kirchner’s career in Berlin between 1911 and 1917; 10th February to 7th May.

  • North America | Atlanta, High Museum of Art | to 7 May 2017 | Exhibition

    Cross Country: The Power of Place in American Art, 1915–1950

    Cross Country: The Power of Place in American Art, 1915–1950, previously in Chadds Ford PA, includes more than 200 works by Dorothea Lange, Thomas Hart Benton and others; 12th February to 7th May.

  • North America | Chicago, Art Institute | to 7 May 2017 | Exhibition

    Hélio Oiticica: To Organize Delirium

    The first American museum retrospective for Hélio Oiticica, previously in Philadelphia and reviewed on pp.170–72 above, runs from 18th February to 7th May (then in New York).

  • North America | Los Angeles, Hammer Museum | to 7 May 2017 | Exhibition

    Jimmie Durham: At the Center of the World

    A Jimmie Durham retrospective runs to 7th May (then in Minneapolis, New York and Saskatoon).

  • North America | Mexico City, Museo Jumex | to 7 May 2017 | Exhibition

    Ulises Carrión: Dear reader. Don't read

    A retrospective devoted to the Mexican conceptual artist Ulises Carrión, previously in Madrid, runs from 9th February to 7th May.

  • North America | Omaha, Joslyn Art Museum | to 7 May 2017 | Exhibition

    Wild Spaces, Open Seasons: Hunting and Fishing in American Art

    Previously in Memphis, Wild Spaces, Open Seasons: Hunting and Fishing in American Art runs from 12th February to 7th May (then in Shelburne VT and Fort Worth).

  • North America | Saint Louis Art Museum | to 7 May 2017 | Exhibition

    Degas, Impressionism, and the Paris Millinery Trade

    An exhibition studies Degas and the Impressionists’ fascination with hats; 12th February to 7th May (then in San Francisco).

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Eastbourne, Towner. | to 7 May 2017 | Exhibition

    A Certain Kind Of Light: Light In Art Over Six Decades

    Works from the Arts Council Collection in which light plays a major role; to 7th May.

  • Europe | Paris, Fondation Custodia | to 7 May 2017 | Exhibition

    Drawings for Paintings in the Age of Rembrandt

    Drawings for Paintings in the Age of Rembrandt, previously in Washington, runs to 7th May; to be reviewed.

    130 German drawings from a private collection, previously in Washington, are on view here concurrently.

  • Europe | to 7 May 2017 | Exhibition

    Reading Traces: Three centuries of drawing in Germany

    130 German drawings from a private collection, previously in Washington, are on view here concurrently.

  • North America | Denver, Museum of Contemporary Art. | to 7 May 2017 | Exhibition

    Basquiat before Basquiat: East 12th Street, 1979–80

    Basquiat before Basquiat: East 12th Street, 1979–80 studies the artist’s nascent studio practice; to 7th May.

     

  • North America | Saint Louis, Pulitzer Arts | to 13 May 2017 | Exhibition

    Medardo Rosso: Experiments in Light and Form

    More than 100 sculptures, drawings and photographs by Medardo Rosso are on view from 11th November to 13th May.

  • London | White Cube. | to 13 May 2017 | Exhibition

    Fred Tomaselli: Paper

    At Mason’s Yard, works by Fred Tomaselli; to 13th May.

  • New York | Paul Kasmin. | to 13 May 2017 | Exhibition

    Teaching Staff for a School of Murderers

    At West 27th St., Max Ernst’s sculptural ensemble Teaching Staff for a School of Murderers is on view to 13th May.

  • North America | San Francisco Museum of Modern Art | to 14 May 2017 | Exhibition

    Paul Klee at Play

    An exhibition studies the concept of play in Paul Klee’s work; to 14th May.

  • New York | Morgan Library & Museum | to 14 May 2017 | Exhibition

    Delirium: The Art of the Symbolist Book

    Collaborations between Symbolist authors and artists, from Mallarmé to Maurice Denis, are shown here; 20th January to 14th May.

  • London | Whitechapel Gallery | to 14 May 2017 | Exhibition

    Eduardo Paolozzi

    Over 250 works by Eduardo Paolozzi form a major survey of his work; 16th February to 14th May.

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Dublin, National Gallery of Ireland | to 14 May 2017 | Exhibition

    Beyond Caravaggio

    Previously in London and reviewed on pp.162–65 above, a survey of Caravaggism in sixteenth-century Europe runs from 11th February to 14th May (then in Edinburgh).

  • Europe | Cologne, Museum Ludwig | to 14 May 2017 | Exhibition

    Otto Freundlich: Cosmic Communism

    An Otto Freudlich retrospective runs from 18th February to 14th May (then in Basel).

  • Europe | Düsseldorf, Kunstsammlung Nordrhein-West-falen | to 14 May 2017 | Exhibition

    Otto Dix: The Evil Eye

    An exhibition of the works Otto Dix produced in Düsseldorf between 1922 and 1925; 11th February to 14th May (then in Liverpool).

  • Europe | Frankfurt, Schirn Kunsthalle | to 14 May 2017 | Exhibition

    Richard Gerstl: Retrospective

    The short career of the Austrian Expressionist Richard Gerstl (1883–1908) is studied here; 24th February to 14th May.

  • Europe | Haarlem, Teylers Museum | to 14 May 2017 | Exhibition

    Watteau

    Watteau’s drawings, previously in Frankfurt, are on view to 14th May.

  • Europe | Helsinki, Sinebrychoff Art Museum | to 14 May 2017 | Exhibition

    Caesar van Everdingen: Master Painter in the Age of Rembrandt

    A major loan exhibition, previously in Alkmaar and reviewed on pp.156–58 above, surveys the œuvre of Caesar van Everdingen (1616–78); 16th February to 14th May.

  • New York | Frick Collection | to 14 May 2017 | Exhibition

    Turner’s Modern and Ancient Ports: Passages through Time

    Around 35 works in oil, watercolour and graphite by Turner depict ancient and modern ports; 23rd February to 14th May.

  • New York | Morgan Library & Museum | to 14 May 2017 | Exhibition

    Treasures from the Nationalmuseum of Sweden: The Collections of Count Tessin

    Previously in Paris, more than 75 works collected by Count Carl Gustaf Tessin when he was the Swedish ambassador to Paris from 1739 to 1742 are on view from 3rd February to 14th May; to be reviewed.

  • New York | Whitney Museum of American Art | to 14 May 2017 | Exhibition

    Fast Forward: Painting from the 1980s

    A survey of painting in the 1980s drawn from the Museum’s collection runs to 14th May.

  • North America | Roanoke, Taubman Museum of Art | to 14 May 2017 | Exhibition

    American Impressionism in the Garden

    An exhibition studies the garden as a subject of American Impressionism; 18th February to 14th May.

  • North America | Washington, Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden | to 14 May 2017 | Exhibition

    Yayoi Kusama: Infinity Mirrors

    Yayoi Kusama: Infinity Mirrors begins a national tour here; 23rd February to 14th May (then in Seattle, Los Angeles, Toronto and Cleveland).

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Dublin, National Gallery of Ireland. | to 14 May 2017 | Exhibition

    Beyond Caravaggio: The Inspiration of Caravaggio

    Previously in London and reviewed in the February issue, a survey of Caravaggism in sixteenth-century Europe runs to 14th May (then in Edinburgh).

  • Europe | Moscow, Garage Museum of Contemporary Art. | to 14 May 2017 | Exhibition

    Garage Triennial of Russian Contemporary Art

    The First Triennial of Contemporary Russian Art is on view here from 10th March to 14th May.

  • North America | Philadelphia Museum of Art. | to 14 May 2017 | Exhibition

    American Watercolour in the Age of Homer and Sargent

    American Watercolour in the Age of Homer and Sargent includes more than 170 works from American collections; to 14th May.

  • Europe | to 15 May 2017 | Exhibition

    Yves Bonnefoy. Le Musée Imaginaire

    An exhibition dedicated to the late poet and art historian Yves Bonnefoy (1923–2016) includes work by his favoured artists, from Mantegna to Paula Rego; to 15th May.

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Manchester Art Gallery | to 19 May 2017 | Exhibition

    Strange and Familiar: Britain as Revealed by International Photographers

    Strange and Familiar: Britain as Revealed by International Photographers, previously in London and reviewed in the June issue; to 19th May.

  • London | David Zwirner | to 20 May 2017 | Exhibition

    Christopher Williams

    Christopher Williams; to 20th May.

  • New York | Cheim & Read. | to 20 May 2017 | Exhibition

    Sean Scully: Wall of Light Cubed

    New paintings, drawings and sculptures by Sean Scully; to 20th May.

  • North America | San Francisco Museum of Modern Art | to 21 May 2017 | Exhibition

    Tomás Saraceno: Stillness in Motion — Cloud Cities

    Tomás Saraceno; 17th December to 21st May.

  • New York | Morgan Library & Museum | to 21 May 2017 | Exhibition

    I’m Nobody! Who are you? The Life and Poetry of Emily Dickinson

    An exhibition studies Emily Dickinson and her cultural environment; 20th January to 21st May.

  • North America | Greenwich, Bruce Museum | to 21 May 2017 | Exhibition

    Alfred Sisley (1839-1899): Impressionist Master

    A monographic exhibition devoted to Alfred Sisley runs from 21st January to 21st May (then in Aix-en-Provence).

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Edinburgh, Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art | to 21 May 2017 | Exhibition

    Joan Eardley: A Sense of Place

    An overview of Joan Eardley’s work includes many previously unpublished sketches and photographs; to 21st May.

  • London | National Gallery | to 21 May 2017 | Exhibition

    Cagnacci's Repentant Magdalene

    In Room 1, a display built around the Norton Simon Museum’s rarely loaned masterpiece The Repentant Magdalene (c.1660–63) by Guido Cagnacci, previously in New York, runs from 15th February to 21st May.

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Oxford, Weston Library | to 21 May 2017 | Exhibition

    Volcanoes

    Representations of volcanoes in documents, drawings, maps and paintings from the eruption of Vesuvius in AD 79 to the nineteenth century; 10th February to 21st May.

  • Europe | Amsterdam, Rijksmuseum | to 21 May 2017 | Exhibition

    Good Hope: South Africa and the Netherlands from 1600

    Good Hope. South Africa and the Netherlands from 1600 studies 400 years of colonial history through around 300 objects; 17th February to 21st May.

  • Europe | Amsterdam, Stedelijk Museum | to 21 May 2017 | Exhibition

    Ed van der Elsken: Camera in Love

    An overview of the career of the Dutch street photographer Ed van der Elsken’s runs from 4th February to 21st May (then in Paris and Madrid).

  • Europe | The Hague, Gemeentemuseum | to 21 May 2017 | Exhibition

    Piet Mondrian and Bart van der Leck

    The first of three exhibitions marking the centenary of De Stijl is devoted to Piet Mondrian and Bart van der Leck; 11th February to 21st May.

  • Europe | Hamburg, Hamburger Kunsthalle | to 21 May 2017 | Exhibition

    Paris Bordone, Palma il Vecchio, Lorenzo Lotto, Titian

    Paris Bordone, Palma il Vecchio, Lorenzo Lotto, Titian is a loan exhibition of around 100 Venetian paintings and prints; 24th February to 21st May.

  • Europe | Paris, Monnaie de Paris | to 21 May 2017 | Exhibition

    François Morellet

    An exhibition pays tribute to the artist François Morellet (1926–2016); 24th February to 21st May.

  • New York | Met Cloisters | to 21 May 2017 | Exhibition

    Small Wonders: Gothic Boxwood Miniatures

    Small Wonders: Gothic Boxwood Miniatures, previously in Toronto, includes around 50 carved miniatures; 22nd February to 21st May (then in Amsterdam); to be reviewed.

  • New York | Metropolitan Museum of Art | to 21 May 2017 | Exhibition

    The Mysterious Landscapes of Hercules Segers

    The paintings and etchings of Hercules Segers (1589/90–1633/40) are the centre of a major exhibition, previously in Amsterdam and reviewed on pp.154–55 above; 13th February to 21st May.

  • North America | Berkeley Art Museum & Pacific Film Archive | to 21 May 2017 | Exhibition

    Hippie Modernism: The Struggle for Utopia

    Hippie Modernism: The Struggle for Utopia examines the impact of 1960s and 1970s counterculture on art, design and architecture; 8th February to 21st May.

  • North America | Chadds Ford PA, Brandywine River Museum of Art | to 21 May 2017 | Exhibition

    From Homer to Hopper: Experiment and Ingenuity in American Art

    An exhibition of 54 key examples of American modernism from the Phillips Collection, Washington, runs from 25th February to 21st May.

  • North America | New Orleans Museum of Art | to 21 May 2017 | Exhibition

    A Life of Seduction: Venice in the 1700s

    Paintings, furniture, glasswork and costumes demonstrate the importance of spectacle in Venice in the 1700s; 16th February to 21st May.

  • North America | Sacramento, Crocker Museum of Art | to 21 May 2017 | Exhibition

    Japanamerica

    An exhibition previously in Ithaca studies the American taste for Japanese culture and aesthetics from 1876 to 1970; 12th February to 21st May.

  • Rest of the World | Tokyo, Mitsubishi Ichigokan Museum | to 21 May 2017 | Exhibition

    Murmur and Tumult: Masterpieces of Nabis from the Musée d’Orsay

    Master-pieces by the Nabis from the Musée d’Orsay are on view from 4th February to 21st May.

  • Europe | Stockholm, Moderna Museet. | to 21 May 2017 | Exhibition

    Marina Abramović. The Cleaner

    A Marina Abramovic retrospective includes over 120 works; to 21st May.

  • Rest of the World | Doha, Fire Station. | to 21 May 2017 | Exhibition

    Picasso - Giacometti

    An expansive exhibition comparing the art of Picasso and Giacometti, previously in Paris, runs to 21st May.

  • Europe | Essen, Museum Folkwang. | to 21 May 2017 | Exhibition

    Maria Lassnig

    A survey of Maria Lass- nig’s work, previously in Liverpool and Aalborg, runs to 21st May (see also Florence, Palazzo Pitti).

  • Europe | The Hague, Gemeentemuseum. | to 21 May 2017 | Exhibition

    Mondriaan & De Stijl

    The first of three exhibitions marking the centenary of De Stijl is devoted to Piet Mondrian and Bart van der Leck; to 21st May.

  • Europe | Nantes, Le lieu unique. | to 21 May 2017 | Exhibition

    Mégastructures

    An exhibition from the Centre Pompidou studies utopian visions of urban development over the last six decades; to 21st May.

  • Europe | Madrid, Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía | to 22 May 2017 | Exhibition

    Bruce Conner: It’s All True

    A survey of the art of Bruce Conner (1933–2008), previously in New York and San Francisco and reviewed in the September issue, is on view from 22nd February to 22nd May.

  • Europe | Paris, Centre Pompidou | to 22 May 2017 | Exhibition

    La Fabrique d'Exils

    The full series of Josef Koudelka’s photographic series Exiles, donated to the Pompidou in 2016, is on view from 22nd February to 22nd May.

  • Europe | Paris, Musée du Louvre | to 22 May 2017 | Exhibition

    Vermeer and the Masters of Genre Painting

    Vermeer and the Masters of Genre Painting; 22nd February to 22nd May (then in Dublin and Washington); to be reviewed.

  • Europe | Paris, Musée du Louvre | to 22 May 2017 | Exhibition

    Valentin de Boulogne: Beyond Caravaggio

    45 of the 60 surviving paintings by Valentin de Boulogne, previously in New York, are on view; to be reviewed.

  • Europe | Paris, Musée du Louvre | to 22 May 2017 | Exhibition

    Masterpieces from the Leiden Collection: The Age of Rembrandt

    Also concurrent is an exhibition of seventeenth-century Dutch painting from the Leiden Collection (then in Shanghai, Beijing and Abu Dhabi).

  • Rest of the World | Tokyo, National Art Center | to 22 May 2017 | Exhibition

    Yayoi Kusama: My Eternal Soul

    Yayoi Kusama: My Eternal Soul runs from 22nd February to 22nd May.

  • North America | Seattle Art Museum | to 23 May 2017 | Exhibition

    Seeing Nature: Landscape Masterworks from the Paul G. Allen Family Collection

    Seeing Nature: Landscape Masterworks from the Paul G. Allen Family Collection, previously in Portland, Washington, Minneapolis and New Orleans, runs from 16th February to 23rd May.

  • Europe | Carcassonne, Musée des Beaux-Arts. | to 24 May 2017 | Exhibition

    Marie Madeleine, la passion révélée

    Some 130 works form a study of the representation of Mary Magdalene throughout history, previously in Brou; to 24th May (then in Douai); to be reviewed.

  • New York | Acquavella. | to 26 May 2017 | Exhibition

    Calder / Miró: Constellations

    An exhibition in collaboration with Pace Gallery combines works by Calder and Miró; 20th April to 26th May.

  • New York | Gagosian. | to 26 May 2017 | Exhibition

    Robert Therrien

    At West 24th St., a Robert Therrien show runs from 6th April to 26th May.

  • Europe | Basel, Fondation Beyeler | to 28 May 2017 | Exhibition

    Monet

    Around 50 works by Monet from public and private collections are on view from 22nd January to 28th May.

  • Europe | Potsdam, Museum Barberini | to 28 May 2017 | Exhibition

    Modern Art Classics: Liebermann, Munch, Nolde, Kandinsky

    The museum’s inaugural exhibition includes around 90 Impressionist landscapes; 23rd January to 28th May.

  • Europe | Dresden, Staatliche Kunstsammlungen | to 28 May 2017 | Exhibition

    Beneath Italian Skies

    At the Albertinum, nineteenth-century German paintings of Italian landscapes are placed in dialogue with works by Lorrain, Corot and others; 10th February to 28th May. 

  • Europe | Lugano, MASI LAC | to 28 May 2017 | Exhibition

    Meret Oppenheim

    Works by the Surrealist Meret Oppenheim are paired with those of her contemporaries as well as those of later artists influenced by her; 12th February to 28th May.

  • Europe | Madrid, Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía | to 28 May 2017 | Exhibition

    Art et Liberté: Rupture, War and Surrealism in Egypt (1938–1948)

    The first exhibition focusing on the Egyptian Surrealist group Art et Liberté runs from 14th February to 28th May.

  • Europe | Paris, Jeu de Paume | to 28 May 2017 | Exhibition

    Eli Lotar (1905 - 1969)

    A retrospective dedicated to the Romanian-born avant-garde photographer Eli Lotar runs from 14th February to 28th May.

  • Europe | Rotterdam, Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen | to 28 May 2017 | Exhibition

    Surreal Encounters

    Previously in Edinburgh and Hamburg and reviewed in the October issue, Surreal Encounters runs from 11th February to 28th May.

  • Europe | Toulouse, Les Abattoirs | to 28 May 2017 | Exhibition

    Daniel Spoerri, les dadas des deux Daniel

    Daniel Spoerri’s cabinet of curiosities places his work alongside the collection amassed by the post-War gallerist Daniel Cordier; 2nd February to 28th May.

  • Europe | Venice, Ca’ Pesaro | to 28 May 2017 | Exhibition

    William Merrit Chase (1849-1916): A painter between New York and Venice

    Over 70 works, previously in Washington and Boston, by William Merritt Chase are on view from 10th February to 28th May; to be reviewed.

  • North America | Palm Springs Art Museum | to 28 May 2017 | Exhibition

    Women of Abstract Expressionism

    An exhibition of over 50 works by women Abstract Expressionist painters, previously in Denver and Charlotte and reviewed in the October issue, runs from 18th February to 28th May.

  • North America | Rochester NY, George Eastman Museum | to 28 May 2017 | Exhibition

    Robert Cumming: The Secret Life of Objects

    Photographs by Robert Cumming (b.1943); 18th February to 28th May.

  • Rest of the World | Sydney, Art Gallery of New South Wales | to 28 May 2017 | Exhibition

    Adman: Warhol before Pop

    Adman: Warhol before Pop studies the artist’s early career; 25th February to 28th May.

  • Europe | Madrid, Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza. | to 28 May 2017 | Exhibition

    Masterworks from Budapest. From the Renaissance to the Avant-Garde

    Old-master and modern paintings from the Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest, are on view here to 28th May.

  • Europe | Moscow, Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts. | to 28 May 2017 | Exhibition

    Facing the Future: Art in Europe 1945-1968

    Facing the Future: Art in Europe 1945–1968, previously in Brussels and Karlsruhe, runs from 7th March to 28th May.

  • Europe | Silkeborg, Museum Jorn. | to 28 May 2017 | Exhibition

    Jorn + Munch

    An exhibition of more than 100 works by Munch and Asger Jorn studies the links between the two modern Scandinavian painters; to 28th May.

  • North America | Minneapolis Institute of Art | to 28 May 2017 | Exhibition

    Guillermo del Toro: At Home with Monsters

    Previously in Los Angeles, an enormous exhibition devoted to the filmmaker and avid collector Guillermo del Toro runs from 5th March to 28th May (then in Toronto). 

  • Europe | Munich, Haus der Kunst | to 28 May 2017 | Exhibition

    Harun Farocki: Counter Music

    Exhibitions devoted to Harun Farocki and Kiki Smith run to 28th May.

  • London | Tate Britain | to 29 May 2017 | Exhibition

    David Hockney

    A major David Hockney retrospective runs from 9th February to 29th May (then in Paris and New York); to be reviewed.

     

  • New York | Metropolitan Museum of Art | to 29 May 2017 | Exhibition

    Seurat's Circus Sideshow

    A display is built around Seurat and the circus; 17th February to 29th May.

  • New York | Neue Galerie | to 29 May 2017 | Exhibition

    Alexis Jawlensky

    Around 75 paintings drawn from throughout the Russian-born Expressionist Alexei Jawlensky’s career are on view from 16th February to 29th May.

  • North America | San Francisco, Legion of Honor | to 29 May 2017 | Exhibition

    Monet: The Early Years

    60 early works by Monet, previously in Fort Worth and reviewed in the January issue, are on view here from 25th February to 29th May.

  • North America | Tampa Museum of Art | to 29 May 2017 | Exhibition

    Alex Katz: Black and White

    Black-and-white work by Alex Katz; 23rd February to 29th May.

  • North America | San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. | to 29 May 2017 | Exhibition

    Matisse / Diebenkorn

    90 paintings and drawings by Matisse and Richard Diebenkorn, previously in Baltimore, place the artists in dialogue; to 29th May.

  • New York | Dia:Beacon | to 31 May 2017 | Exhibition

    Robert Irwin – Excursus: Homage to the Square3

    Robert Irwin’s environmental installation Excursus: Homage to the square3 (1998–99), which premiered at the Dia Center for the Arts in New York City, has been redesigned especially for Dia:Beacon and will be shown to May 2017. Find out more

  • Europe | Vicenza, Museo Palladio | to 4 Jun 2017 | Exhibition

    The mystery of Palladio's face

    The complex history of attributions and misattributions of portraits of Palladio is retold in an exhibition here; 3rd December to 4th June.

  • London | Courtauld Gallery | to 4 Jun 2017 | Exhibition

    Reading Drawings

    A display exploring inscriptions on drawings from the collection, from Canaletto to Signac, runs to 4th June.

  • London | Royal Academy | to 4 Jun 2017 | Exhibition

    America after the Fall: Painting in the 1930s

    Previously in Chicago and Paris, and reviewed in the December issue, America after the Fall: Painting in the 1930s runs from 25th February to 4th June.

  • London | Bath, Holburne Museum | to 4 Jun 2017 | Exhibition

    Bruegel Defining a Dynasty Exhibition

    35 works, including loans from institutions across Britain, make up an exhibition tracing the Bruegel dynasty; 11th February to 4th June.

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Newcastle, Laing Art Gallery | to 4 Jun 2017 | Exhibition

    Modern Visionaries: Van Dyck and the Artists' Eye

    Van Dyck’s self-portrait, acquired by the National Portrait Gallery in 2014, is shown alongside modern and contemporary British self-portraits; to 4th June.

  • Europe | Bilbao, Guggenheim | to 4 Jun 2017 | Exhibition

    Abstract Expressionism

    Previously in London, a historic survey of Abstract Expressionism runs from 3rd February to 4th June; to be reviewed.

  • Europe | Genoa, Palazzo della Meridiana | to 4 Jun 2017 | Exhibition

    Sinibaldo Scorza (1589–1631): Favole e natura all’alba del Barocco

    Sinibaldo Scorza (1589–1631). Favole e natura all’alba del Barocco includes over 60 paintings; 10th February to 4th June.

  • Europe | Rotterdam, Kunsthal | to 4 Jun 2017 | Exhibition

    Hyperrealism: 50 Years of Painting

    An overview of photorealist painting of the last fifty years runs from 25th February to 4th June.

  • North America | New Haven, Yale University Art Gallery | to 4 Jun 2017 | Exhibition

    It Was a New Century: Reflections on Modern America

    Urban life in American art of the early twentieth century; to 4th June.

  • North America | Washington, National Gallery of Art | to 4 Jun 2017 | Exhibition

    Della Robbia: Sculpture with Colour in Renaissance Florence

    Della Robbia: Sculpture with Colour in Renaissance Florence, previously in Boston and reviewed in the November issue, runs from 5th February to 4th June.

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Edinburgh, Fruitmarket Gallery. | to 4 Jun 2017 | Exhibition

    Mark Wallinger Mark

    Here and in Dundee, Mark Wallinger; 4th March to 4th June.

  • Europe | Moscow, Kremlin Museums. | to 4 Jun 2017 | Exhibition

    Saint-Louis and the Relics of Sainte-Chapelle

    Saint-Louis and the Relics of Sainte-Chapelle includes thirteenth-century French relics, sculpture, stained glass and jewellery from French and Russian museums; 3rd March to 4th June.

  • New York | Asia Society. | to 4 Jun 2017 | Exhibition

    Secrets of the Sea: A Tang Shipwreck and Early Trade in Asia

    Artifacts from a Tang dynasty (618–907) shipwreck furnish an exhibition studying early trade in Asia; 7th March to 4th June.

  • North America | Washington, National Gallery of Art. | to 4 Jun 2017 | Exhibition

    Della Robbia: Sculpture with Colour in Renaissance Florence

    Della Robbia: Sculpture with Colour in Renaissance Florence, previously in Boston and reviewed in the November issue, runs to 4th June.

  • London | Chisenhale Gallery. | to 4 Jun 2017 | Exhibition

    Maeve Brennan: The Drift

    An exhibition by Maeve Bren- nan; to 4th June (then in Bristol); to be reviewed.

  • London | Courtauld Gallery. | to 4 Jun 2017 | Exhibition

    Reading Drawings

    A display exploring inscriptions on drawings from the collection, from Canaletto to Signac, runs to 4th June.

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Birmingham, Ikon Gallery. | to 4 Jun 2017 | Exhibition

    Jean Painlevé

    An exhibition devoted to the filmmaker and photographer Jean Painlevé, whose early footage of marine life captured the attention of the 1920s Paris avant-garde, runs to 4th June.

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Chichester, Pallant House Gallery. | to 4 Jun 2017 | Exhibition

    Transferences: Sidney Nolan in Britain (1917–92)

    An exhibition devoted to Sidney Nolan examines his work made in Britain; to 4th June (see also London, Australian High Commission).

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Hastings, Jerwood Gallery. | to 4 Jun 2017 | Exhibition

    Eileen Agar – Bride of the Sea

    Works by Eileen Agar; to 4th June.

  • Europe | Evian-les-Bains, Palais Lumière. | to 5 Jun 2017 | Exhibition

    Dufy, le bonheur de vivre

    Some 200 works by Raoul Dufy from public and private collections are on view here to 5th June.

  • Europe | Frankfurt, Schirn Kunsthalle. | to 5 Jun 2017 | Exhibition

    René Magritte: la trahison des images

    Previously in Paris, the retrospective René Magritte: la trahison des images runs to 5th June.

  • Europe | Vienna, Albertina. | to 5 Jun 2017 | Exhibition

    Acting for the camera

    An exhibition studies the performance of models and photographers on either side of the camera; 10th March to 5th June.

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Dublin, Irish Museum of Modern Art. | to 5 Jun 2017 | Exhibition

    Jac Leirner: Institutional Ghost

    An exhibi- tion by the Brazilian Jac Leirner runs to 5th June.

  • Europe | Bern, Kunstmuseum. | to 5 Jun 2017 | Exhibition

    Terry Fox. Elemental Gestures

    Previously in Berlin, Mons and Wuppertal, an overview of Terry Fox’s work runs to 5th June.

  • London | Tate Modern | to 11 Jun 2017 | Exhibition

    Wolfgang Tillmans: 2017

    Photographs by Wolfgang Tillmans are on view from 15th February to 11th June.

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Birmingham, Barber Institute | to 11 Jun 2017 | Exhibition

    Excavating Empire: David Talbot Rice and the Discovery of Byzantium

    David Talbot Rice and the Discovery of Byzantium studies the archaeologist and art historian’s early investigations of Byzantine ruins; 10th February to 11th June.

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Sudbury, Gainsborough’s House | to 11 Jun 2017 | Exhibition

    Constable at Gainsborough’s Hous

       The Constable family collection of watercolours, drawings and the artist’s personal items is on show; 25th February to 11th June.

  • North America | Montreal Museum of Fine Arts | to 11 Jun 2017 | Exhibition

    Chagall: Colour and Music

    Chagall: Colour and Music, previously in Paris and Roubaix, studies the role of music in Chagall’s work; to 11th June (then in Los Angeles).

  • Europe | Düsseldorf, Kunstsammlung Nordrhein-West-falen. | to 11 Jun 2017 | Exhibition

    Marcel Brooadthaers. A retrospective

    Previously in New York and Madrid, and reviewed in the May 2016 issue, a Marcel Broodthaers survey runs from 4th March to 11th June.

  • Europe | Martigny, Fondation Pierre Gianadda. | to 11 Jun 2017 | Exhibition

    Hodler Monet Munch. Peindre l'impossible.

    An exhibition previously in Paris compares the art of Munch, Monet and Ferdinand Hodler; to 11th June.

  • New York | Whitney Museum of American Art | to 11 Jun 2017 | Exhibition

    Whitney Biennial 2017

    The 2017 Whitney Biennial runs from 17th March to 11th June.

  • North America | Dallas, Meadows Museum. | to 11 Jun 2017 | Exhibition

    Between Heaven and Hell: The Drawings of Jusepe de Ribera

    Around 50 drawings, ten paintings and a selection of prints by Ribera form an exhibition studying his draughtsmanship, previously in Madrid; 12th March to 11th June; to be reviewed.

  • North America | Princeton University Art Museum | to 11 Jun 2017 | Exhibition

    The Berlin Painter and His World: Athenian Vase-Painting in the Early Fifth Century B.C

    54 of the finest Attic vases attributed to the famous fifth-century BC Berlin Painter are on view here from 4th March to 11th June; to be reviewed.

  • Rest of the World | Queensland Art Gallery. | to 11 Jun 2017 | Exhibition

    O’Keeffe, Preston, Cossington-Smith

    Previously in Melbourne, paintings by Georgia O’Keeffe are shown alongside works by her Australian contemporaries Margaret Preston and Grace Cossington Smith; 11th March to 11th June (then in Sydney).

  • Europe | Hannover, Niedersächsische Landesgalerie. | to 11 Jun 2017 | Exhibition

    Lovis Corinth

    An exhibition studies the nude in the work of Lovis Corinth; to 11th June.

  • Europe | Roubaix, La Piscine. | to 11 Jun 2017 | Exhibition

    Éloge de la couleur

    An exhibition studies colourists in France in the latter half of the twentieth century; to 11th June.

  • New York | Hauser & Wirth. | to 17 Jun 2017 | Exhibition

    Portable Art: A Project by Celia Forner

    At 69th St., the gallery shows specially commissioned pieces of jewellery by Paul McCarthy, Pipilotti Rist and others; 20th April to 17th June.

    An August Sander exhibition is concurrent.

  • Europe | Conegliano, Palazzo Sarcinelli | to 18 Jun 2017 | Exhibition

    Bellini e i belliniani

    Bellini e i belliniani examines the work of Giovanni Bellini, his contemporaries and his artistic legacy; 25th February to 18th June; to be reviewed.

  • Europe | Enschede, Rijksmuseum Twenthe | to 18 Jun 2017 | Exhibition

    In the Heart of the Renaissance

    Forty-five masterpieces of sixteenth-century Italian painting by Raphael, Titian, Giovanni Bellini and others; 11th February to 18th June.

  • Europe | Forlì, Musei San Domenico | to 18 Jun 2017 | Exhibition

    Art Deco: The Roaring Twenties in Italy

    A survey of Italian Art Deco; 11th February to 18th June.

  • Europe | Humlebæk, Louisiana Museum of Modern Art. | to 18 Jun 2017 | Exhibition

    William Kentridge: Thick Time

    William Kentridge: Thick Time, previously in London, runs from 16th February to 18th June (then in Salzburg and Manchester).

  • Europe | Stuttgart, Staatsgalerie | to 18 Jun 2017 | Exhibition

    Flora Awakening

    Late nineteenth- and early twentieth-century French painting from the collection of Arthur and Hedy Hahnloser-Bühler; 3rd February to 18th June.

  • Europe | Vienna, Albertina | to 18 Jun 2017 | Exhibition

    Egon Schiele

    Another Egon Schiele retrospective runs from 22nd February to 18th June.

  • Europe | Vienna, Belvedere | to 18 Jun 2017 | Exhibition

    Lawrence Alma-Tadema: Decadence & Antiquity

    More than 80 paintings by Lawrence Alma-Tadema, previously in Leeuwarden, are on view from 24th February to 18th June (then in London); to be reviewed.

  • North America | Fort Lauderdale, NSU Art Museum | to 18 Jun 2017 | Exhibition

    Catherine Opie: 700 Nimes Road

    New and recent work by the photographer Catherine Opie, previously in Los Angeles and Rochester NY, is on view from 12th February to 18th June.

  • North America | Los Angeles County Museum of Art | to 18 Jun 2017 | Exhibition

    Moholy-Nagy: Future Present

    Previously in New York and Chicago, Moholy-Nagy: Future Present contains more than 250 works; 12th February to 18th June.

  • North America | New Haven, Yale University Art Gallery | to 18 Jun 2017 | Exhibition

    Small-Great Objects: Anni and Josef Albers in the Americas

    Josef and Anni Albers’s collection of ancient art from the Americas and its impact on their work; 3rd February to 18th June.

  • Europe | Grenoble, Musée. | to 18 Jun 2017 | Exhibition

    Fantin Latour - A fleur de peau

    60 paintings and 30 works on paper by Henri Fantin-Latour, previously in Paris and reviewed in the January issue, are on view from 18th March to 18th June.

  • Europe | Milan, Palazzo Reale. | to 18 Jun 2017 | Exhibition

    Keith Haring. About art

    A Keith Haring survey runs to 18th June.

  • Europe | Rome, Palazzo delle Esposizioni. | to 18 Jun 2017 | Exhibition

    Georg Baselitz. The heroes

    Georg Baselitz’s ‘Heroes’ series, previously in Frankfurt and Stockholm, is on view from 4th March to 18th June (then in Bilbao).

  • Europe | Salzburg, Museum der Moderne. | to 18 Jun 2017 | Exhibition

    A feast of astonishments: Charlotte Moorman and the Avant-Garde, 1960s-1980s

    The cellist Charlotte Moorman’s collaborations with avant-garde artists in New York from the 1960s to the 1980s are studied in an exhibition, previously in New York, on view from 4th March to 18th June.

  • Europe | Stuttgart, Staatsgalerie. | to 18 Jun 2017 | Exhibition

    Flora Awakening: Masterworks from the Collection of Arthur and Hedy Hahnloser-Bühler

    Late nineteenth- and early twentieth-century French painting from the collection of Arthur and Hedy Hahnloser-Bühler; to 18th June.

  • New York | Met Breuer | to 18 Jun 2017 | Exhibition

    Marsden Hartley's Maine

    Marsden Hartley’s ways of representing his native state, Maine, are studied here; 15th March to 18th June (then in Waterville ME).

  • North America | Raleigh, North Carolina Museum of Art. | to 18 Jun 2017 | Exhibition

    Glory of Venice: Renaissance Paintings 1470–1520

    Glory of Venice: Renaissance Paintings 1470–1520 includes 20 works from the Gallerie dell’Accademia, Venice, alongside other international loans; 4th March to 18th June.

  • London | Camden Arts Centre | to 18 Jun 2017 | Exhibition

    Geta Bratescu - The Studio: A Tireless, Ongoing Space

    An exhibition devoted to the Romanian artist Geta Br˘atescu (b.1926) concentrates on the role of her studio; 7th April to 18th June.

  • Rest of the World | Melbourne, National Gallery of Victoria. | to 18 Jun 2017 | Exhibition

    William Eggleston Portraits

    Previously in London, an exhibition of William Eggleston’s portraits runs to 18th June.

  • Europe | Gouda, Museum. | to 18 Jun 2017 | Exhibition

    Floris Arntzenius En Zijn Passies

    100 works by the Dutch painter Floris Arntzenius (1864–1925) are on view to 18th June.

  • Europe | Rome, Palazzo delle Esposizioni. | to 18 Jun 2017 | Exhibition

    Georg Baselitz. The Heroes

    Georg Baselitz’s ‘Heroes’   series,   previously   in   Frankfurt   and Stockholm, is on view to 18th June (then in Bilbao).

  • New York | Center for Modern Italian Art | to 24 Jun 2017 | Exhibition

    Giorgio De Chirico – Giulio Paolini / Giulio Paolini – Giorgio De Chirico

     An exhibition explores the links between the art of Giulio Paolini (b.1940) and Giorgio de Chirico, and includes major loans of the latter’s metaphysical paintings; 14th October to 24th June. Find out more.

  • London | Wellcome Collection | to 25 Jun 2017 | Exhibition

    Electricity: The spark of life

    An exhibition studying the cultural and scientific history of electricity through more than 100 objects runs from 23rd February to 25th June (then in Manchester and Haarlem).

  • Europe | The Hague, Maritshuis. | to 25 Jun 2017 | Exhibition

    Slow Food - Still Lifes of the Golden Age

    Dutch Golden Age still lifes incorporating food are the subject of an exhibition; 9th March to 25th June.

  • Europe | Paris, Musée d’Orsay. | to 25 Jun 2017 | Exhibition

    Beyond the Stars. The Mystical Landscape from Monet to Kandinsky

    Previously in Toronto, an exhibition studying the role of mysticism in the formation of the Symbolist landscape runs from 14th March to 25th June.

  • North America | Fort Worth, Kimbell Art Museum. | to 25 Jun 2017 | Exhibition

    Louis Kahn: The Power of Architecture

    Louis Kahn: The Power of Architecture, touring internationally since 2013, is shown here in one of Kahn’s finest buildings; 26th March to 25th June.

  • London | Hauser & Wirth. | to 25 Jun 2017 | Exhibition

    Maria Lassnig. A Painting Survey, 1950–2007

    Maria Lassnig. A Painting Survey, 1950–2007, previously in Los Angeles, runs to 29th April; to be reviewed.

  • Europe | Florence, Palazzo Pitti. | to 25 Jun 2017 | Exhibition

    Maria Lassnig - Woman Power

    Around 30 self-portraits by Maria Lassnig from the Albertina, Vienna, are on view to 23rd June (see also Essen).

  • Europe | Musée des Arts Decoratifs | to 25 Jun 2017 | Exhibition

    Or virtuose à la cour de France. Pierre Gouthière (1732-1813)

    An exhibition devoted to the bronze chaser and gilder Pierre Gouthière (1732–1813), previously in New York and reviewed in the February issue; to 25th June.

  • Europe | Salzburg, Residenzgalerie | to 26 Jun 2017 | Exhibition

    Rembrandt. Beneath the paint

    The results of technical analysis of Rembrandt’s Old woman praying forms the basis of an exhibition; to 26th June.

  • Europe | Lens, Louvre-Lens. | to 26 Jun 2017 | Exhibition

    The Brothers Le Nain: Painters of Seventeenth-century France

    The exhibition The Brothers Le Nain: Painters of Seventeenth-century France, previously in Fort Worth and San Francisco and reviewed in the August 2016 issue, runs from 22nd March to 26th June.

  • London | Estorick Collection. | to 29 Jun 2017 | Exhibition

    Giacomo Balla: Designing the Future

    116 works by Giacomo Balla from the Biagiotti Cigna Collection are on view from 5th April to 25th June.

  • Europe | Montepulciano, Museo Crociani. | to 30 Jun 2017 | Exhibition

    Montepulciano | San Quirico d’Orcia

    Also in Pienza and San Quirico d’Orcia, a three-part exhibition surveying Sienese painting focuses here on Domenico Beccafumi (1486–1551); 18th March to 30th June.

  • Europe | San Quirico d’Orcia, Palazzo Chigi Zondadari | to 30 Jun 2017 | Exhibition

    Montepulciano | San Quirico d’Orcia

    Also in Montepulciano and Pienza, a three-part exhibition surveying Sienese painting focuses here on Riccio and Sodoma; 18th March to 30th June.

  • Europe | Montepulciano, Museo Crociani. | to 30 Jun 2017 | Exhibition

    Domenico Beccafumi, the young artist

    A three-part exhibition surveying Sienese painting focuses here on Domenico Beccafumi (1486–1551); also in Pienza and San Quirico d’Orcia; to 30th June.

  • Europe | San Quirico d’Orcia, Palazzo Chigi Zondadari. | to 30 Jun 2017 | Exhibition

    From Sodoma to Riccio: Siena’s art in the last decades of the Republic

    Also in Montepulciano and Pienza, a three-part exhibition surveying 16th-century Sienese painting focuses here on Riccio and Sodoma; to 30th June.

  • Europe | Pienza, Conservatorio S. Carlo Borromeo. | to 30 Jun 2017 | Exhibition

    Francesco Rustici known as Rustichino, “gentile” Caravaggesque, and naturalism in Siena

    Also in Montepulciano and San Quirico d’Orcia, a three-part exhibition surveying 16th-century Sienese painting; to 30th June.

  • Europe | Berlin, Staatliche Museen | to 2 Jul 2017 | Exhibition

    Watching You, Watching Me. A Photographic Response to Surveillance

    At the Museum für Fotografie, two exhibitions show how contemporary photographers and artists of the past have responded to mass surveillance; 17th February to 2nd July.

  • Europe | Berlin, Staatliche Museen | to 2 Jul 2017 | Exhibition

    The Field Has Eyes. Images of the Surveillant Gaze

    At the Museum für Fotografie, two exhibitions show how contemporary photographers and artists of the past have responded to mass surveillance; 17th February to 2nd July.

  • Europe | Paris, Musée Marmottan Monet | to 2 Jul 2017 | Exhibition

    Camille Pissarro: Le Premier des Impressionistes

    The first monographic exhibition devoted to Camille Pissarro in Paris for 36 years includes some 75 works; 23rd February to 2nd July.

  • Europe | Milan, Palazzo Reale. | to 2 Jul 2017 | Exhibition

    Manet and modern Paris

    Loans from the Musée d’Orsay form the core of an exhibition studying Manet’s attitude towards the rapidly changing face of Paris between 1850 and 1880; 8th March to 2nd July.

  • Europe | Ordrupgaard Museum. | to 2 Jul 2017 | Exhibition

    Pissarro. A meeting on St. Thomas

    Camille Pissarro’s time spent with the Danish painter Fritz Melbye on St Thomas around 1850 is used to examine the points of contact between Danish Golden Age painting and the birth of Impressionism; 10th March to 2nd July. 

  • Europe | Barcelona, Fundació Joan Miró. | to 2 Jul 2017 | Exhibition

    Éluard, Cramer, Miró ­- «À toute épreuve», more than a book

    An exhibition explores the unique collaboration between Miró, the art dealer and publisher Gérald Cramer and the poet Paul Eluard on an artist’s book; to 2nd July.

  • Europe | Berlin, Staatliche Museen. | to 2 Jul 2017 | Exhibition

    Maria Sibylla Merian and the Tradition of Flower Illustration

    At the Kupferstichkabinett, works by Maria Sibylla Merian from the collection and the Städel Museum, Frankfurt; 7th April to 2nd July (see also Edinburgh).

  • North America | Poughkeepsie, Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center. | to 2 Jul 2017 | Exhibition

    In the Light of Naples: The Art of Francesco de Mura

    The first exhibition devoted to Francesco de Mura, previously in Winter Park FL and Madison, and reviewed in the December 2016 issue, runs from 21st April to 2nd July.

  • Europe | Giverny, Musée des Impressionismes. | to 2 Jul 2017 | Exhibition

    In Concert! Musical Instruments in Art, 1860-1910

    Around 100 works by major late 19th- and early 20th-century artists depicting musical instruments are on view to 2nd July.

  • North America | Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Art. | to 3 Jul 2017 | Exhibition

    Kerry James Marshall: Mastry

    Previously in Chicago and New York, a Kerry James Marshall retrospective; 12th March to 3rd July.

  • Europe | Berlin, Martin-Gropius-Bau. | to 3 Jul 2017 | Exhibition

    Juergen Teller. Enjoy Your Life!

    Recent photographs by Juergen Teller, previously in Bonn and Prague, are on view from 20th April to 3rd July.

  • Europe | Bern, Kunstmuseum. | to 4 Jul 2017 | Exhibition

    The revolution is dead. Long live the revolution!

    Here and at Zentrum Paul Klee, an exhibition examines the aesthetic impact of the Russian Rev- olution through the divergent strands of Socialist Realism and constructive art; 13th April to 9th July.

  • North America | Boston, ICA | to 9 Jul 2017 | Exhibition

    Steve McQueen: Ashes

    A video installation by Steve McQueen is on view from 15th February to 9th July.

  • Europe | Paris, Musée du Luxembourg. | to 9 Jul 2017 | Exhibition

    Pissarro in Eragny. Nature regained

    An exhibition focuses on the last two decades of Pissarro’s life in the pastoral surroundings of Eragny-sur-Epte; 16th March to 9th July; to be reviewed.

  • Europe | Berlin, Staatliche Museen. | to 9 Jul 2017 | Exhibition

    Crossroads. The Hohenzollerns and the Religious Confessions

    At the Schloss Köpenick, the response to the Reformation of the Hohenzollern dynasty is examined through works of art and documents; 7th April to 9th July.

  • North America | Boston, Museum of Fine Arts. | to 9 Jul 2017 | Exhibition

    Botticelli and the Search for the Divine

    Botticelli and the Search for the Divine includes 16 works by the artist and 6 by his master Filippo Lippi; 15th April to 9th July.

  • North America | Boston, Museum of Fine Arts. | to 9 Jul 2017 | Exhibition

    Matisse In the Studio

    Matisse In the Studio includes many of the objects and works that the artist kept in his studio; 9th April to 9th July (then in London).

  • North America | Wellesley, Davis Museum. | to 9 Jul 2017 | Exhibition

    The Medici’s Painter: Carlo Dolci and 17th-century Florence

    The Medici’s Painter: Carlo Dolci and 17th-century Florence is a major loans exhibition; to 9th July (then in Durham NC).

  • North America | to 9 Jul 2017 | Exhibition

    Frédéric Bazille and the Birth of Impressionism

    The legacy of Frédéric Bazille is re-examined in an exhibition, previously in Montpellier and Paris, on view from 9th April to 9th July; to be reviewed.

  • Europe | Paris, Petit Palais. | to 9 Jul 2017 | Exhibition

    From Watteau to David

    18th-century French paintings, sculptures and drawings from the Horvitz Collection, Boston, are on view to 9th July.

  • Europe | Paris, Musée Jacquemart-André. | to 10 Jul 2017 | Exhibition

    From Zurbarán to Rothko. Alicia Koplowitz Collection - Grupo Omega Capital

    53 works from the exceptional collection of Alicia Koplowitz, including works by Zurbarán, Goya, Modigliani and Rothko; 3rd March to 10th July.

  • Europe | Naples, Museo di Capodimonte. | to 10 Jul 2017 | Exhibition

    Picasso e Napoli. Parade.

    Here and at the Antiquarium di Pompei, an exhibition studies the impact of Picasso’s travels in Italy with Diaghilev’s ballet Parade in 1917; 10th April to 10th July.

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Leeds, Stanley & Audrey Burton Gallery. | to 15 Jul 2017 | Exhibition

    Sculptures and drawings of the 1950s

    Sculptures and drawings of the 1950s by Kenneth Armitage are on view to 15th July.

  • New York | Grey Art Gallery. | to 15 Jul 2017 | Exhibition

    Mark Mothersbaugh: Myopia

    The first nationally touring exhibition dedicated to the work of musician and artist Mark Mothersbaugh is on view here from 25th April to 15th July.

  • North America | Dallas Museum of Art. | to 16 Jul 2017 | Exhibition

    Mexico 1900–1950: Diego Rivera, Frida Kahlo, José Clemente Orozco and the Avant-Garde

    Mexico 1900–1950: Diego Rivera, Frida Kahlo, José Clemente Orozco and the Avant-Garde, previously in Paris and reviewed on pp.247–48 above, runs from 12th March to 16th July.

  • North America | Washington, National Gallery of Art. | to 16 Jul 2017 | Exhibition

    East of the Mississippi: Nineteenth-Century American Landscape Photography

    Nineteenth-century American landscape photography is on view from 12th March to 16th July (then in New Orleans

  • Rest of the World | Auckland Art Gallery | to 16 Jul 2017 | Exhibition

    The Body Laid Bare: Masterpieces from Tate

    The human form in art from Turner to Louis Bourgeois is surveyed through works from the Tate collection; 18th March to 16th July.

  • New York | Metropolitan Museum of Art. | to 16 Jul 2017 | Exhibition

    Age of Empires: Chinese Art of the Qin & Han Dynasties

    Age of Empires: Chinese Art of the Qin & Han Dynasties features more than 160 examples of ancient Chinese art; 3rd April to 16th July.

  • Europe | Paris, Petit Palais. | to 16 Jul 2017 | Exhibition

    Baroque during the Enlightenment

    Masterpieces of 18th-century French painting from the churches of Paris are on view here to 16th July; to be reviewed.

  • Europe | Rome, Complesso del Vittoriano. | to 16 Jul 2017 | Exhibition

    GIOVANNI BOLDINI

    A Giovanni Bol- dini retrospective includes 160 works; to 16th July.

  • North America | New Haven, Yale University Art Gallery | to 23 Jul 2017 | Exhibition

    Lumia: Thomas Wilfred and the Art of Light

    An exhibition examines the use of light as a medium by the Danish-born artist Thomas Wilfred (1889–1968); 17th February to 23rd July (then in Washington).

  • Europe | Florence, Palazzo Strozzi. | to 23 Jul 2017 | Exhibition

    Bill Viola. Electronic Renaissance

    Installations by Bill Viola are placed in dialogue with old-master works; 10th March to 23rd July.

  • Europe | Paris, Musée Maillol. | to 23 Jul 2017 | Exhibition

    21 rue La Boétie

    Previously in Liège, the loan exhibition 21 rue La Boétie, named after the premises of Paul Rosenberg’s Paris gallery, studies the dealer’s life and tastes; 2nd March to 23rd July; to be reviewed.

  • New York | Brooklyn Museum. | to 23 Jul 2017 | Exhibition

    Georgia O’Keeffe: Living Modern

    Georgia O’Keeffe: Living Modern focuses on the painter’s public image; 3rd March to 23rd July (then in Winston-Salem and Salem).

  • New York | Met Breuer. | to 23 Jul 2017 | Exhibition

    Lygia Pape: A Multitude of Forms

    A survey of the Brazilian artist Lygia Pape’s output runs from 21st March to 23rd July.

  • Europe | Berlin, Staatliche Museen. | to 23 Jul 2017 | Exhibition

    Alchemy. The Great Art

    At the Kulturforum, an exhibition previously in Los Angeles examines the relationship between art and alchemy from antiquity to the Enlightenment and beyond; 6th April to 23rd July.

  • North America | San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. | to 23 Jul 2017 | Exhibition

    Larry Sultan: Here and Home

    More than 200 photographs form a Larry Sultan retrospective; 15th April to 23rd July.

  • Europe | Moscow, State Tretyakov Gallery. | to 23 Jul 2017 | Exhibition

    Giorgio de Chirico. Metaphysical insights

    Around 100 paintings, prints, sculptures and costumes by Giorgio de Chirico are on loan from the de Chirico Foundation in Rome; 19th April to 23rd July.

  • Europe | Paris, Musée du quai Branly. | to 23 Jul 2017 | Exhibition

    Picasso Primitif

    Picasso Primitif places Picasso’s works alongside non-Western objects he could have seen at the Musée Guimet and the Musée d’Ethnographie du Trocadéro; to 23rd July.

  • Europe | Turin, Castello di Rivoli. | to 23 Jul 2017 | Exhibition

    COLORI L’emozione dei COLORI nell’arte

    Here and at Galleria Civica d’Arte Moderna e Contemporanea, a large exhibition probes the uses of colour in 20th- century art (Fig.102); to 23rd July.

  • New York | Dia: Chelsea | to 29 Jul 2017 | Exhibition

    Kishio Suga

    New and newly recreated installations by Kishio Suga are on view to 29th July.

  • North America | Minneapolis, Walker Art Center | to 30 Jul 2017 | Exhibition

    Merce Cunningham: Common Time

    Here and in Chicago, Merce Cunningham: Common Time runs from 8th February to 30th July; to be reviewed.

  • Europe | Berlin, Staatliche Museen. | to 30 Jul 2017 | Exhibition

    Small Masterpieces

    At the Alte National- galerie, a selection of miniatures and small paintings from the collection are on view to 30th July.

  • Europe | Essen, Museum Folkwang. | to 30 Jul 2017 | Exhibition

    Gerhard Richter. The Editions

    A complete overview of Gerhard Richter’s editions since 1965 runs from 7th April to 30th July.

  • New York | Met Breuer. | to 30 Jul 2017 | Exhibition

    Irving Penn: Centennial

    A centennial exhibition devoted to Irving Penn: Centennial includes more than 200 of his photographs; 24th April to 30th July (then in Paris, Berlin and São Paulo).

  • North America | Los Angeles, J. Paul Getty Museum. | to 30 Jul 2017 | Exhibition

    Concrete Poetry: Words and Sounds in Graphic Space

    A collections-based display of concrete poetry runs to 30th July.

  • North America | Toronto, Art Gallery of Ontario. | to 30 Jul 2017 | Exhibition

    Georgia O'Keeffe

    Previously in London and Vienna, a Georgia O’Keeffe retrospective reviewed in the October issue runs from 22nd April to 30th July.

  • Europe | Moscow, State Tretyakov Gallery. | to 30 Jul 2017 | Exhibition

    Zinaida Serebryakova

    Works by the Russian-born painter Zinaida Serebriakova (1884–1967) from Russian and French collections; 5th April to 30th July.

  • New York | Museum of Modern Art | to 31 Jul 2017 | Acquisition

    Patricia Phelps de Cisneros Research Institute

    The Museum has received a major donation of 102 works of modern Latin American art from the Colección Patricia Phelps de Cisneros (Fig.89).

  • Europe | Paris, Grand Palais. | to 31 Jul 2017 | Exhibition

    Rodin: the centennial exhibition

    A major Rodin survey includes more than 200 objects, including sculptures by the master, his contemporaries and his followers, marking the centenary of his death; 22nd March to 31st July; to be reviewed.

  • Rest of the World | Buneos Aires, Fundación PROA | to 31 Jul 2017 | Exhibition

    Yves Klein. Retrospective

    A retrospective devoted to Yves Klein runs from 18th March to 31st July (then in Mexico City).

  • North America | San Francisco, de Young. | to 6 Aug 2017 | Exhibition

    Stuart Davis: In Full Swing

    A retrospective devoted to the American modernist Stuart Davis, previously in New York and Washington, runs to 6th August (then in Bentonville).

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Hull, Ferens Art Gallery. | to 13 Aug 2017 | Exhibition

    SKIN: Frued, Mueck and Tunick

    An exhibition devoted to the nude includes works by Lucian Freud and Manet’s Déjeuner sur l’herbe, on loan from the Courtauld Gallery, London; 22nd April to 13th August.

  • New York | Museum of Modern Art. | to 13 Aug 2017 | Exhibition

    Making Space: Women Artists and Postwar Abstraction

    A collections-based show examines post-War abstraction by female artists; 15th April to 13th August. Making Space: Women Artists and Postwar Abstraction

  • Europe | Frankfurt, Museum für Moderne Kunst. | to 13 Aug 2017 | Exhibition

    MMK2 Primary Structures. Masterworks of Minimal Art

    Minimal art of the 1960s and 1970s, drawn chiefly from the collection; to 13th August.

  • Europe | Chantilly, Musée Condé. | to 20 Aug 2017 | Exhibition

    Bellini, Michelangelo, Parmigianino

    30 sixteenth-century Italian paintings from the regional collections and churches of Picardy and master drawings from the museum’s collection, are on view from 24th March to 2nd July.

  • London | Newport Street Gallery. | to 20 Aug 2017 | Exhibition

    Ashley Bickerton: Ornamental Hysteria

    Work by Ashley Bickerton;  21st April to 20th August.

  • London | Tate Britain. | to 20 Aug 2017 | Exhibition

    Cerith Wyn Evans: The Tate Britain Commission 2017

    Cerith Wyn Evans is on view to 20th August.

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Norwich, Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts. | to 20 Aug 2017 | Exhibition

    Paul Nash

    The first major Paul Nash exhibition in Britain for over forty years, previously in London and reviewed in the March issue, runs from 8th April to 20th August.

  • Europe | Brussels, BOZAR. | to 20 Aug 2017 | Exhibition

    Yves Klein: Theatre of the Void

    An Yves Klein exhibition, previously in Liverpool, runs to 20th August.

  • North America | Washington, Renwick Gallery. | to 20 Aug 2017 | Exhibition

    Peter Voulkos: The Breakthrough Years

    The early work of the potter, sculptor and painter Peter Voulkos (1924– 2002), previously in New York, is on view here from 7th April to 20th August; to be reviewed.

  • Europe | Compiègne, Palais. | to 21 Aug 2017 | Exhibition

    Heures italiennes, peintures du XVIIIe siècle

    Almost 70 paintings illustrate the taste for Venetian and Neapolitan culture in the eighteenth century; 9th March to 21st August.

  • North America | Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary art. | to 24 Aug 2017 | Exhibition

    Carl Andre: Sculpture as Place, 1958–2010

    Carl Andre: Sculpture as Place, 1958–2010, previously in New York, Madrid, Berlin and Paris, and reviewed in the November 2014 issue, runs from 2nd April to 24th July.

  • New York | New York Public Library | to 26 Aug 2017 | Exhibition

    Love in Venice

    Love in Venice examines the appeal of Venice since the thirteenth century; 10th February to 26th August.

  • London | British Museum | to 27 Aug 2017 | Exhibition

    Places of the mind: British watercolour landscapes 1850-1950

    In Room 90, around 125 British watercolour landscapes from the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries are on view to 27th August; to be reviewed.

  • London | British Museum | to 27 Aug 2017 | Exhibition

    Where the Thunderbird lives: cultural resilience on the Northwest Coast of North America

    Concurrently, a range of objects illustrate the culture of the Northwest Coast Peoples; to be reviewed.

  • New York | Metropolitan Museum of Art. | to 27 Aug 2017 | Exhibition

    Carpets for Kings: Six Masterpieces of Iranian Weaving

    Six recently restored sixteenth- and seventeenth-century Iranian carpets are on display; 3rd March to 27th August.

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Dublin, Irish Museum of Modern Art. | to 27 Aug 2017 | Exhibition

    As Above, So Below: Portals, Spirits & Mystics

    A vast exhibition studies spirituality in modern and contemporary art; 13th April to 27th August.

  • New York | Cooper Hewitt Design Museum. | to 27 Aug 2017 | Exhibition

    The Jazz Age: American Style in the 1920s

    The Jazz  Age: American Style in the 1920s studies the tastes of the period for architecture, decorative art, music and film; 7th April to 27th August (then in Cleveland).

  • Europe | Munich, Kunsthalle. | to 27 Aug 2017 | Exhibition

    Peter Lindbergh. From Fashion to Reality

    250 photographs by Peter Lindbergh; 13th April to 27th August.

  • Europe | Rotterdam, Kunsthal. | to 27 Aug 2017 | Exhibition

    Robert Maplethorpe: A Perfectionist

    A Robert Mapplethorpe retrospective, previously in Los Angeles and Montreal and reviewed in the August 2016 issue, runs from 22nd April to 27th August (then in Sydney).

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Manchester, Whitworth. | to 28 Aug 2017 | Exhibition

    Vertigo Sea

    John Akomfrah’s three-screen film Vertigo Sea, reviewed in the April 2016 issue, is on view here to 28th August.

  • Europe | Paris, Fondation Louis Vuitton. | to 28 Aug 2017 | Exhibition

    Art / Afrique, le nouvel atelier

    A show of con- temporary African art; 26th April to 28th August.

  • London | Victoria and Albert Museum | to 31 Aug 2017 | Acquisition

    Acquisition: Earliest Picture of Henry VIII’s Nonsuch palace

    The Museum has acquired the earliest and most detailed representation of Henry VIII’s Nonsuch palace, a 1568 watercolour by the Flemish painter Joris Hoefnagel.

  • Europe | Munich, Pinakothek der Moderne. | to 31 Aug 2017 | Exhibition

    Artist Portraits: Photographs of the 1920s and 1930S from the Anna and Jürgen Wilde Foundation

    Photographic portraits of artists from the 1920s and 1930s by Michel Seuphor and others; to 31st August.

  • Europe | Paris, Musée Picasso. | to 3 Sep 2017 | Exhibition

    Olga Picasso

    Picasso’s first wife, Olga Kokhlova, is the central figure of an exhibition studying Picasso’s work between 1917 and 1935; 21st March to 3rd September.

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Cardiff, National Museum Wales. | to 3 Sep 2017 | Exhibition

    Gillian Ayres

    The largest survey of the career of Gillian Ayres in Britain to date runs from 8th April to 3rd September (see also London, Alan Cristea).

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Salisbury Museum. | to 3 Sep 2017 | Exhibition

    British Art: Ancient Landscapes

    Artists from Turner to Richard Long who have made the mark of Neolithic and Bronze age cultures on the English landscape a subject of their work are studied here; 8th April to 3rd September.

  • Great Britain and Ireland | St Ives, Tate. | to 3 Sep 2017 | Exhibition

    The Studio and the Sea

    The museum reopened on 31st March, following extensive renovations and extensions to its exhibition spaces, with a survey of international studio pottery from 1920 to the present, and paintings, sculptures and film by Jessica Warboys; to 3rd September.

  • New York | Robin Museum of Art. | to 4 Sep 2017 | Exhibition

    Henri Cartier-Bresson: India in full frame

    Henri Cartier-Bresson's photographs of India are the subject of an exhibition; 21st April to 4th September.

  • North America | Boston, Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum. | to 5 Sep 2017 | Exhibition

    Listen Hear: The Art of Sound

    An exhibition of contemporary sound art runs from 8th March to 5th September.

  • New York | Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum | to 6 Sep 2017 | Exhibition

    Visionaries: Creating a Modern Guggenheim

    Over 170 works from the New York and Venice collections illustrate the impact of six patrons of modern art, including Solomon and Peggy Guggenheim and Katherine Dreier; 10th February to 6th September.

  • New York | New Museum. | to 10 Sep 2017 | Exhibition

    Carol Rama: Antibodies

    An exhibition surveys the career of the Italian painter Carol Rama (1918–2015); 26th April to 10th September.

  • New York | Fort Worth, Amon Carter Museum of Art. | to 10 Sep 2017 | Exhibition

    Fluid Expressions: The Prints of Helen Frankenthaler

    Prints by Helen Frankenthaler; to 10th September.

  • North America | Los Angeles County Museum of Art. | to 10 Sep 2017 | Exhibition

    Los Angeles to New York: Dwan Gallery, 1959–1971

    An exhibition previously in Washington highlights the career of the  important  gallerist  and  patron of post-War American art Virginia Dwan; to 10th September.

  • Europe | Rouen, Musée Le Secq des Tournelles. | to 11 Sep 2017 | Exhibition

    Saison Picasso Rouen

    An exhibition studies the relationship between Picasso and Julio González; to 11th September.

  • Europe | Rouen, Musée des Beaux-Arts. | to 11 Sep 2017 | Exhibition

    Boisgeloup: The Normal Workshop of Picasso

    Almost 200 works and documents form an exhibition exploring Picasso’s residence at Boisgeloup in the 1930s; to 11th September.

  • London | Arts Club. | to 16 Sep 2017 | Exhibition

    John Golding: Pure Colour Sensation

    Paintings by John Golding are on view from 26th April to 16th September (then at Piano Nobile, London).

  • Europe | Amsterdam, Hermitage | to 17 Sep 2017 | Exhibition

    1917. Romanovs & Revolution

    Over 250 exhibits from Russian state collections illustrate the cultural vibrancy of pre-revolutionary St Petersburg under Tsar Nicholas II; 4th February to 17th September.

  • Europe | Dordrechts Museum | to 17 Sep 2017 | Exhibition

    Aert Schouman and the Imagination of Nature

    Aert Schouman and the Imagination of Nature is a large retrospective of the eighteenth-century animal painter’s work; 19th February to 17th September.

  • Europe | Prague, National Gallery | to 17 Sep 2017 | Exhibition

    Hidden from the Eyes. Underdrawings in Panel Paintings from the 14th–16th Centuries in the Collections of the National Gallery in Prague

    Hidden from the Eyes. Underdrawings in Panel Paintings from the 14th–16th Centuries in the Collections of the National Gallery in Prague runs from 23rd February to 17th September.

  • Europe | Beauvais, MUDO. | to 17 Sep 2017 | Exhibition

    Heures italiennes

    Over eighty examples of seventeeth-century Italian painting from regional collections; 27th April to 17th September.

  • Europe | Berlin, Staatliche Museen. | to 17 Sep 2017 | Exhibition

    Rudolf Belling. Sculptures and Architectures

    At the Hamburger Bahnhof, a retrospective devoted  to  the  German  sculptor  Rudolf  Belling (1886–1972) runs from 8th April to 17th September.

    Concurrently, a survey of installation art includes work by Joseph Beuys, Bruce Nauman and others.

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Edinburgh, Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art. | to 24 Sep 2017 | Exhibition

    NOW

    An exhibition centred on Nathan Coley runs to 24th September.

  • Europe | Florence, Galleria degli Uffizi. | to 24 Sep 2017 | Exhibition

    Leonardo da Vinci's Magic Cosmos: the Restored Adoration of the Magi

    Leonardo’s newly-restored Adoration of the Magi is now on view alongside Filippino Lippi’s later version

    of 1496; to 24th September.

  • London | Tate Britain. | to 1 Oct 2017 | Exhibition

    Queer British Art: 1861-1967

    A century of ‘queer British art’, from 1861 to 1967, is examined here; 5th April to 1st October; to be reviewed.

  • Great Britain and Ireland | York Art Gallery. | to 1 Oct 2017 | Exhibition

    Albert Moore: Of Beauty and Aesthetics

    Previously in Eelde, the first exhibition dedicated to Albert Moore runs from 7th April to 1st October.

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Brighton Museum & Art Gallery. | to 8 Oct 2017 | Exhibition

    Constable and Brighton

    Over 60 of the 150 paintings produced by Constable in Brighton between 1824 and 1828 are on view here from 8th April to 8th October; to be reviewed.

  • Europe | Basel, Spielzeug Welten Museum. | to 8 Oct 2017 | Exhibition

    Malevich, Kandinsky and revolutionary porcelain

    Russian revolutionary-era porcelain is on view from 22nd April to 8th October.

  • Europe | Madrid, Museo Nacional del Prado. | to 9 Oct 2017 | Exhibition

    Visions of the Hispanic World. Treasures from the Hispanic Society of America

    Around 200 works from the Hispanic Society of America, New York, are on view from 4th April to 9th October.

  • Europe | Paris, Musée Rodin. | to 22 Oct 2017 | Exhibition

    Kiefer-Rodin

    Anselm Kiefer has been given carte blanche to examine the parallels between his and Rodin’s art in a large exhibition; 14th March to 22nd October.

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Oxford, Ashmolean Museum. | to 22 Oct 2017 | Exhibition

    Collecting the Past: Scholars’ Taste in Chinese Art

    Displays studying the art and coins collected by Chinese scholars through the ages, and contemporary Chinese abstract ink painting, are on view throughout the summer.

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Perry Green, Henry Moore Foundation. | to 22 Oct 2017 | Exhibition

    Becoming Henry Moore

    Becoming Henry Moore studies the artist’s early influences, including his British contemporaries. European Modernism and non-Western sources; 14th April to 22nd October (then in Leeds).

  • Europe | Berlin, Martin-Gropius-Bau | to 5 Nov 2017 | Exhibition

    The Luther Effect: Protestantism - 500 Years in the World

    An exhibition marks the quincentenary of the Reformation by measuring its impact on culture internationally up to the present day; 12th April to 5th November.

  • Europe | Paris, Musée du quai Branly | to 12 Nov 2017 | Exhibition

    L’Afrique des routes

    L’Afrique des routes is a massive survey of African culture from the fifth century BC to the present; to 12th November.

  • Europe | Palazzo Grassi and Punta della Dogana | to 3 Dec 2017 | Exhibition

    Treasures from the Wreck of the Unbelievable

    A monographic show dedicated to Damien Hirst opens on 9th April.

  • North America | San Francisco, Legion of Honor | to 31 Dec 2017 | Exhibition

    Auguste Rodin: The Centenary Installation

    The centenary of Rodin’s death is marked here by a year-long display of 50 bronzes, marbles and plasters from the collection; to 31st December.

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Glasgow, Hunterian. | to 14 Jan 2018 | Exhibition

    Art of Power: Masterpieces from the Bute Collection

    Here and at Mount Stuart, Isle of Bute, Art of Power: Masterpieces from the Bute Collection shows the collection amassed by John Stuart, 3rd Earl of Bute; to 14th January 2018; to be reviewed.