Highlights

  • London | Fine Art Society. | to 21 Nov 2017 | Exhibition

    Eileen Cooper: Till the Morning Comes

    New paintings and drawings by Eileen Cooper.

  • London | Waterhouse & Dodd. | to 24 Nov 2017 | Exhibition

    David Bomberg: Paintings and drawings from a private collection.

    David Bomberg: Paintings and drawings from a private collection.

  • London | Marlborough Fine Art. | to 25 Nov 2017 | Exhibition

    Carved, Cast, Constructed: British Sculpture 1951 – 1991

    Post-War British sculpture.

  • Europe | Venice, Palazzo Fortuny. | to 26 Nov 2017 | Exhibition

    Intuition

    An exhibition studies the role of intuition in modern and contemporary art; 13th May to 26th November.

  • Europe | Venice, Arsenale, Giardini. | to 26 Nov 2017 | Exhibition

    Biennale Arte 2017

    The 57th Venice Biennale runs from 13th May to 26th November; to be reviewed.

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Compton, Watts Gallery. | to 26 Nov 2017 | Exhibition

    G F Watts: England's Michelangelo

    A survey of Watts’s work; 20th June to 26th November; to be reviewed.

  • North America | Los Angeles, J. Paul Getty Museum. | to 26 Nov 2017 | Exhibition

    Happy Birthday, Mr. Hockney

    Self-portraits and photographic works by David Hockney; to 26th November.

  • North America | San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. | to 26 Nov 2017 | Exhibition

    Noguchi’s Playscapes

    Previously in Mexico City, an exhibition of models and designs for Isamu Noguchi’s ‘playscapes’ are on view from 15th July to 26th November.

  • Europe | Toulouse, Les Abattoirs. | to 26 Nov 2017 | Exhibition

    Suspended Animation

    An exhibition previously in Washington studies animation in the work of Ed Atkins, Helen Marten and other artists; to 26th November.

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Edinburgh, Queen’s Gallery, Palace of Holyrood-house. | to 26 Nov 2017 | Exhibition

    Shadows of War: Roger Fenton’s Photographs of Crimea, 1855

    Shadows of War: Roger Fenton’s Photographs of Crimea, 1855 runs from 4th August to 26th November.

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Birmingham, Ikon Gallery. | to 26 Nov 2017 | Exhibition

    Portrait of the Artist: Käthe Kollwitz

    Prints by Käthe Kollwitz from British collections are on view from 13th September to 26th November (see also Dublin).

  • North America | Los Angeles County Museum of Art. | to 26 Nov 2017 | Exhibition

    Sarah Charlesworth: Doubleworld

    Sarah Charlesworth photographs; to 26th November.

  • Europe | Pompeii, Palestra Grande. | to 27 Nov 2017 | Exhibition

    Pompeii and the Greeks

    An array of exhibits, from objects excavated at Pompeii to works by William Kentridge, evoke the Grecian influence on Pompeian culture; to 27th November.

  • Europe | Venice, 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 | Philadelphia Museum of Art. | to 3 Dec 2017 | Exhibition

    Marcel Duchamp and the Fountain Scandal

    An archival display details the scandal ignited by Duchamp’s Fountain in 1917; to 3rd December.

  • North America | Providence, RISD Museum. | to 3 Dec 2017 | Exhibition

    Altered States: Etching in Late 19th-Century Paris

    Late nineteenth-century French etchings; to 3rd December.

  • Europe | Berlin, Staatliche Museen. | to 3 Dec 2017 | Exhibition

    China and Egypt. Cradles of the World

    At the Neues Museum, ancient Chinese and Egyptian works of art are employed to make comparisons between the two civilisations; 6th July to 3rd December.

  • North America | New Haven, Yale Center for British Art. | to 3 Dec 2017 | Exhibition

    ‘Things of Beauty Growing’: British Studio Pottery

    A survey of British studio pottery from the early 20th century to the present runs from 14th September to 3rd December.

  • London | South London Gallery. | to 3 Dec 2017 | Exhibition

    Katharina Grosse: This Drove my Mother up the Wall

    A new installation by Katharina Grosse.

  • Europe | Bologna, Museo Davia Bargellini. | to 3 Dec 2017 | Exhibition

    Luigi Crespi ritrattista nell'età di Papa Lambertini

    A monographic exhibition devoted to Luigi Crespi (1708–79), son of Giuseppe Maria.

  • North America | Santa Barbara, Art, Design & Architecture Mu- seum, UCSB. | to 8 Dec 2017 | Exhibition

    Sacred Art in the Age of Contact: Chumash and Latin American Traditions in Santa Barbara

    An exhibition examines the collision between Chumash and Spanish traditions of sacred art in the late 18th and early 19th centuries; 16th September to 8th December.

  • New York | Grey Art Gallery. | to 9 Dec 2017 | Exhibition

    Partners in Design: Alfred H. Barr and Philip Johnson

    Previously in Montreal, Wellesley MA and Bielefeld, Partners in Design: Alfred H. Barr and Philip Johnson is on view from 7th September to 9th December.

  • New York | Metropolitan Museum of Art. | to 10 Dec 2017 | Exhibition

    Cosmic Buddhas in the Himalayas

    Cosmic Buddhas in the Himalayas runs from 24th June to 10th December.

  • North America | Boston, Museum of Fine Arts. | to 10 Dec 2017 | Exhibition

    Showdown! Kuniyoshi vs Kunisada

    An exhibition compares the ukiyo-e woodblock prints of rival artists Utagawa Kuniyoshi and Utagawa Kunisada; 11th August to 10th December.

  • London | Royal Academy. | to 10 Dec 2017 | Exhibition

    Jasper Johns: ‘Something Resembling Truth’

    A retrospective devoted to Jasper Johns includes over 150 works from the 1950s to the present; 23rd September to 10th December; to be reviewed.

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Dublin, National Gallery of Ireland. | to 10 Dec 2017 | Exhibition

    Käthe Kollwitz: Life, Death, and War

    Graphic work by Käthe Kollwitz from the Staatsgalerie Stüttgart; 6th September to 10th December (see also Birmingham).

  • Europe | Parma, Fondazione Magnani-Rocca. | to 10 Dec 2017 | Exhibition

    Pubblicità!

    An exhibition explores the aesthetics of advertising in Italy in the late 19th and early 20th centuries; 9th September to 10th December.

  • North America | Boston, McMullen Museum. | to 10 Dec 2017 | Exhibition

    Nature’s Mirror: Reality and Symbol in Belgian Landscape

    Belgian landscapes from the 16th to the 20th century; 10th September to 10th December.

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Leicester, Attenborough Arts Centre. | to 10 Dec 2017 | Exhibition

    Claude Cahun: Behind this Mask

    Photographs by Claude Cahun (then in Keele).

  • Rest of the World | Perth, Art Gallery of Western Australia. | to 11 Dec 2017 | Exhibition

    Bill Henson

    Recent work by Bill Henson.

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Goodwood, Cass Sculpture Foundation. | to 16 Dec 2017 | Exhibition

    The Meek Shall Inherit the Earth but not the Mineral Rights

    Large- scale sculptures and an installation by Jake and Dinos Chapman are on view to 16th December.

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Goodwood, Cass Sculpture Foundation. | to 16 Dec 2017 | Exhibition

    CASS Presents: Jake and Dinos Chapman

    Large sculptures and an installation by Jake and Dinos Chapman are on view to 16th December.

  • New York | David Zwirner. | to 16 Dec 2017 | Exhibition

    Yayoi Kusama: Festival of Life

    At West 19th St., work by Yayoi Kusama.

  • New York | David Zwirner. | to 16 Dec 2017 | Exhibition

    Richard Serra: Sculpture and Drawings

    At West 20th St., sculptures and drawings by Richard Serra.

  • New York | Mnuchin Gallery. | to 16 Dec 2017 | Exhibition

    Sam Gilliam

    Paintings of the late 1960s and early 1970s by abstract artist Sam Gilliam.

  • London | Estorick Collection. | to 17 Dec 2017 | Exhibition

    Poor Art | Arte Povera: Italian Influences, British Responses

    An exhibition combines Arte Povera works with British art that responded to the movement; 20th September to 17th December.

  • Europe | Paris, Petit Palais. | to 17 Dec 2017 | Exhibition

    Anders Zorn

    A major retrospective of Anders Zorn’s art runs from 15th September to 17th December; to be reviewed.

  • New York | Miriam & Ira D. Wallach Art Gallery. | to 17 Dec 2017 | Exhibition

    Living In America: Frank Lloyd Wright, Harlem, and Modern Housing

    Frank Lloyd Wright’s Broadacre City project (1932) is examined alongside contemporaneous public housing projects in Harlem; 8th September to 17th December.

  • London | Victoria Miro. | to 20 Dec 2017 | Exhibition

    Stan Douglas

    At St George St., new large-scale photographs by Stan Douglas.

  • New York | James Cohan. | to 21 Dec 2017 | Exhibition

    Lee Mullican: The 1960s

    At West 26th St., paintings and works on paper from the 1960s by Lee Mullican.

  • New York | Luhring Augustine. | to 22 Dec 2017 | Exhibition

    Michelangelo Pistoletto: Scaffali

    At West 24th St., a solo presentation by Michelangelo Pistoletto.

  • New York | Matthew Marks. | to 22 Dec 2017 | Exhibition

    Katharina Fritsch

     An exhibition by Katharina Fritsch is on view from 4th November to 22nd December.

  • New York | Matthew Marks. | to 22 Dec 2017 | Exhibition

    Gary Hume

    An exhibition by Gary Hume is on view from 4th November to 22nd December.

  • North America | Poughkeepsie, Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center. | to 22 Dec 2017 | Exhibition

    A Neoclassical Portrait of a Classicist: Houdon’s Bust of Jean-Jacques Barthélemy

    The Center’s newly-acquired plaster portrait bust of the writer Jean-Jacques Bathélemy, by Jean-Antoine Houdon, is the subject of an exhibition.

  • Europe | Paris, Beaux-Arts. | to 22 Dec 2017 | Exhibition

    Per Kirkeby – The Brick Sculptures

    A Per Kirkeby exhibition.

  • New York | Hauser & Wirth. | to 23 Dec 2017 | Exhibition

    Ardent Nature: Arshile Gorky Landscapes, 1943–47

    At 69th St., landscapes by Arshile Gorky.

  • New York | Hauser & Wirth. | to 23 Dec 2017 | Exhibition

    David Smith Origins & Innovations

    At 22nd St., early drawings, paintings and sculptures by David Smith are contrasted with his later works; 13th November to 23rd December.

  • New York | Hauser & Wirth. | to 23 Dec 2017 | Exhibition

    Geta Brătescu The Leaps of Aesop

    At 22nd St., a solo show by Geta Brătescu is on view from 13th November to 23rd December.

  • 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.

  • North America | Cambridge, Harvard Art Museums. | to 31 Dec 2017 | Exhibition

    The Philosophy Chamber: Art and Science in Harvard’s Teaching Cabinet, 1766–1820

    Items from the collection of natural objects and artefacts amassed by Harvard College from the 18th century are reunited with works by the artists who studied them; to 31st December.

  • Europe | Prague, National Gallery. | to 31 Dec 2017 | Exhibition

    In the Service of English Nobility: From the Graphic Oeuvre of Wenceslaus Hollar

    Graphic work by Wenceslaus Holler; 12th September to 31st December.

  • North America | Fort Worth, Kimbell Art Museum. | to 31 Dec 2017 | Exhibition

    Casanova: the seduction of Europe

    The life of Giacomo Casanova provides a route through the visual cultures of 18th-century Europe; to 31st December (then in San Francisco and Boston).

  • North America | Hartford, Wadsworth Atheneum. | to 31 Dec 2017 | Exhibition

    Morgan: Mind of the Collector

    An exhibition of the decorative art works donated to the museum by

    J.   Pierpont   Morgan;   23rd   September   to   31st December; to be reviewed.

  • North America | Los Angeles, Hammer Museum. | to 31 Dec 2017 | Exhibition

    Radical Women: Latin American Art, 1960–1985

    Radical Women: Latin American Art, 1960–1985 runs from 15th September to 31st December (then in New York); to be reviewed.

  • North America | Minneapolis Institute of Art. | to 31 Dec 2017 | Exhibition

    Eyewitness: Making History in Eighteenth-Century Europe Minneapolis, Walker Art Center.

    Previously in Los Angeles, a loan exhibition of 18th-century view painting runs from 10th September to 31st December (then in Cleveland).

  • North America | New Haven, Yale University Art Gallery. | to 31 Dec 2017 | Exhibition

    Artists in Exile: Expressions of Loss and Hope

    An exhibition studies artists in exile from Jacques- Louis David to Mona Hatoum; to 31st December.

  • Europe | Paris, Monnaie de Paris. | to 31 Dec 2017 | Exhibition

    Reopening, Monnaie de Paris

    The venue has reopened its permanent collection after five years.

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Manchester, IWM North. | to 1 Jan 2018 | Exhibition

    Wyndham Lewis: Life, Art, War

    he largest ever Wyndham Lewis retrospective in Britain runs to 1st January; to be reviewed.

  • North America | Bentonville, Crystal Bridges Museum of Art. | to 1 Jan 2018 | Exhibition

    Stuart Davis: In fully swing

    A retrospective devoted to the American modernist Stuart Davis, previously in New York, Washington and San Francisco, runs from 16th September to 1st January.

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Wolverhampton Art Gallery. | to 1 Jan 2018 | Exhibition

    Clive Barker: Pop Art Sculpture 1961–1982

    Clive Barker: Pop Art Sculpture 1961–1982.

  • Rest of the World | Abu Dhabi, Louvre. | to 1 Jan 2018 | Exhibition

    Opening of the Louvre Abu Dhabi.

    The museum opens on 11th November; to be reviewed.

  • Europe | Remagen, Arp Museum | to 7 Jan 2018 | Exhibition

    HENRY MOORE Vision. Creation. Obsession

    Henry Moore’s monumental sculptures are on show in the Museum and its grounds; to 7th January.

  • Europe | Paris, Musée des Arts Decoratifs. | to 7 Jan 2018 | Exhibition

    CHRISTIAN DIOR, COUTURIER DU RÊVE

    More than 300 designs, along with photographs, documents and paintings, illustrate the history of the House of Dior and the tastes of its founder; 5th July to 7th January.

  • Europe | Munich, Haus der Kunst. | to 7 Jan 2018 | Exhibition

    Frank Bowling: Mappa Mundi

    Frank Bowling; to 7th January.

  • North America | Los Angeles County Museum of Art. | to 7 Jan 2018 | Exhibition

    Chagall: Colour and Music

    Chagall: Colour and Music, previously in Paris, Roubaix and Montreal, studies the role of music in Chagall’s work; to 7th January.

  • Europe | Berlin, Staatliche Museen | to 7 Jan 2018 | Exhibition

    Jean Fouquet. The Melun Diptych

    At the Gemäldegalerie, the panels of Jean Fouquet’s diptych (1455) for the collegiate church in Melun are reunited for the first time in four decades; 15th September to 7th January.

  • Europe | Bern, Zentrum Paul Klee. | to 7 Jan 2018 | Exhibition

    10 Americans After Paul Klee

    An exhibition illustrates Klee’s impact on ten mid-century American painters; 15th September to 7th January (then in Washington).

  • Europe | Chantilly, Château. | to 7 Jan 2018 | Exhibition

    Poussin, Le Massacre des Innocents

    The history of Poussin’s Massacre of the innocents (c.1627–28) and its legacy, through Picasso and Bacon to contemporary art, is explored here; 11th September to 7th January.

    An exhibition of 36 recently restored drawings by Poussin is concurrent.

  • Europe | Florence, Palazzo Pitti. | to 7 Jan 2018 | Exhibition

    I nipoti del re di Spagna: il ritratto di Federico e Maria Anna di Lorena di Anton Raphael Mengs a Pitti

    A new acquisition by the Uffizi, Anton Raphael Mengs’s portrait of two children of the Holy Roman Emperor Leopold II, is on view from 18th September to 7th January.

  • Europe | Lyon, La Sucrière. | to 7 Jan 2018 | Exhibition

    Biennale Architecture Lyon

    Here and at the Musée d’art contemporain, the 14th Biennale du Lyon runs from 20th September to 7th January.

  • Europe | Pistoia, Palazzo Fabroni. | to 7 Jan 2018 | Exhibition

    MARINO MARINI. Passioni visive

    A retrospective of Marino Marini’s sculpture runs from 16th September to 7th January (then in Venice).

  • Europe | Pont-Aven, Musée. | to 7 Jan 2018 | Exhibition

    La modernité en Bretagne /2

    The second and final part of the museum’s survey of Modernism in Brittany runs to 7th January.

  • New York | Brooklyn Museum. | to 7 Jan 2018 | Exhibition

    Proof: Francisco Goya, Sergei Eisenstein, Robert Longo

    Works by Goya, Eisenstein and Robert Longo make up a study of art in times of war and revolution; 8th September to 7th January.

  • New York | Metropolitan Museum of Art. | to 7 Jan 2018 | Exhibition

    World War I and the Visual Arts

    A collections-based exhibition explores the art of the First World War; to 7th January.

  • New York | Morgan Library & Museum. | to 7 Jan 2018 | Exhibition

    Magnificent Gems: Medieval Treasure Bindings

    Manuscripts, books and musical scores  from the collection are on show; 8th September to 7th January.

  • North America | Cambridge, Harvard Art Museums. | to 7 Jan 2018 | Exhibition

    Technologies of the Image: Art in 19h –Century Iran

    Lacquer, lithography, photography and works on paper from 19th-century Iran; to 7th January.

  • North America | Cambridge, Harvard Art Museums. | to 7 Jan 2018 | Exhibition

    Revolution every day

    An exhibition juxtaposes graphic art and film of the Russian Revolutionary era with post-Soviet works; 14th September to 14th January.

  • North America | Savannah, Telfair Museums. | to 7 Jan 2018 | Exhibition

    Rodin: The Human Experience / Selections from the Iris & B. Gerald Cantor Collections

    A smaller version of the exhibition of works by Rodin from the Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Collections, previously in Portland and Flint, is on view here to 7th January.

  • London | Saatchi Gallery. | to 7 Jan 2018 | Exhibition

    Calder on Paper: 1960–1976

    Works on paper by Calder.

  • North America | Los Angeles, J. Paul Getty Museum. | to 7 Jan 2018 | Exhibition

    The Metropolis in Latin America, 1830–1930

    The Metropolis in Latin America, 1830–1930.

  • North America | San Francisco, Legion of Honor. | to 7 Jan 2018 | Exhibition

    Gods in Color: Polychromy in the Ancient World

    Polychromy in ancient sculpture and architecture.

  • Europe | Florence, Uffizi. | to 7 Jan 2018 | Exhibition

    Lucas Cranach, i ritratti di Lutero dalla collezione medicea

    Lucas Cranach’s portraits of Martin Luther from the Medici collection.

  • Europe | Florence, Uffizi. | to 7 Jan 2018 | Exhibition

    Ejzenštejn: la rivoluzione delle immagini

    Sergei Eisenstein’s drawings and their links to Renaissance precedents are explored here.

  • Europe | Venice, Guggenheim. | to 7 Jan 2018 | Exhibition

    Mystical Symbolism: The Salon de la Rose+Croix in Paris, 1892–1897

    An exhibition, previously in New York, devoted to the Salon de la Rose + Croix (1892–97).

  • Europe | Villeneuve d’Ascq, LaM. | to 7 Jan 2018 | Exhibition

    From Picasso to Séraphine, Wilhelm Uhde and the modern primitives

    Works from public and private collections demonstrate the tastes of the gallerist and collector of French Modernism Wilhelm Uhde.

  • New York | Rubin Museum of Art. | to 8 Jan 2018 | Exhibition

    The World Is Sound

    An exhibition exploring the relationship between sound and Buddhist art runs to 8th January.

  • Europe | Paris, Musée du Cluny. | to 8 Jan 2018 | Exhibition

    Le Verre, un Moyen Âge inventif

    An exhibition studies glassmaking in the middle ages; 20th September to 8th January.

  • North America | San Marino, Huntington Library. | to 8 Jan 2018 | Exhibition

    Visual Voyages

    Images of Latin American nature from the 15th to the 19th century; 16th September to 8th January.

  • Europe | Metz, Centre Pompidou. | to 8 Jan 2018 | Exhibition

    Japan-ness. Architecture and urbanism in Japan since 1945

    Architecture and urbanism in Japan since 1945.

  • Europe | Amsterdam, Foam. | to 10 Jan 2018 | Exhibition

    Mirroring Life

    An André Kertész retrospective runs from 15th September to 10th January.

  • London | Tornabuoni Art. | to 12 Jan 2018 | Exhibition

    Reading de Chirico

    A loans exhibition in collaboration with the Giorgio and Isa de Chirico Foundation in Rome.

  • New York | Paul Kasmin. | to 13 Jan 2018 | Exhibition

    Lee Krasner: The Umber Paintings, 1959–1962

    At 10th Ave., Lee Krasner’s umber paintings are on view from 9th November to 13th January.

  • New York | Paul Kasmin. | to 13 Jan 2018 | Exhibition

    David Hockney: Works on Paper, 1961–2009

    A show of Hockney’s drawings is on view from 9th November to 13th January.

  • 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.

  • London | British Museum. | to 14 Jan 2018 | Exhibition

    Scythians: warriors of ancient Siberia

    An exhibition examines the culture of the Scythians (Fig.97); 14th September to 14th January.

  • London | Wellcome Collection. | to 14 Jan 2018 | Exhibition

    Can Graphic Design Save Your Life?

    The use of graphic design in healthcare throughout history is explored here; 7th September to 14th January.

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Newcastle, Laing Art Gallery. | to 14 Jan 2018 | Exhibition

    Paul Nash

    A Paul Nash exhibition, previously in London and Norwich and reviewed in the March issue, runs from 9th September to 14th January.

  • Europe | Frankfurt, Städel Museum. | to 14 Jan 2018 | Exhibition

    Matisse - Bonnard

    The first exhibition to focus on the relationship between the art of Matisse and Bonnard runs from 13th September to 14th January; to be reviewed.

  • Europe | The Hague, Mauritshuis. | to 14 Jan 2018 | Exhibition

    Neighbours. Portraits from Flanders 1400-1700

    A survey of Flemish portraiture from the 15th to the 17th century drawn from the Royal Museum of Fine Arts of Antwerp, which is closed for renovations until 2019; 7th September to 14th January.

  • Europe | Paris, Musée Marmottan Monet. | to 14 Jan 2018 | Exhibition

    Le musée Marmottan Monet

    Monet’s collection of works by his contemporaries, Japanese prints and other objects dispersed upon his death is reunited here; 14th September to 14th January; to be reviewed.

  • New York | Met Breuer. | to 14 Jan 2018 | Exhibition

    Delirious | Art at the limits of reason

    An exhibition studies irrationality in art from 1950 to 1980; 13th September to 14th January.

  • North America | Chicago, Art Institute. | to 14 Jan 2018 | Exhibition

    Revoliutsiia! Demonstratsiia! Soviet Art Put to the Test

    Previously in Venice, an exhibition of Soviet art and contemporary works produced in response to them.

  • Europe | La Louvière, Musée Lanchelevici. | to 14 Jan 2018 | Exhibition

    Léopold Survage. Abstrait ou cubiste?

    Previously in Béziers and Alès, a retrospective of the minor Cubist painter Léopold Survage (then in Nevers).

  • Europe | Moscow, State Tretyakov Gallery. | to 14 Jan 2018 | Exhibition

    Someone 1917

    A survey of Russian painting in 1917.

  • Europe | Paris, Petit Palais. | to 14 Jan 2018 | Exhibition

    Andres Serrano

    Works by Andres Serrano in dialogue with the permanent collection.

  • Europe | Rotterdam, Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen. | to 14 Jan 2018 | Exhibition

    The Academy of Tal R

    Previously in Humlebæk, an exhibition of Tal R’s work.

  • Europe | Lens, Louvre-Lens. | to 15 Jan 2018 | Exhibition

    MUSIQUES ! ÉCHOS DE L'ANTIQUITÉ

    An exhibition studies the import- ance of music in the ancient world through more than 350 objects; 13th September to 15th January.

  • New York | Metropolitan Museum of Art. | to 15 Jan 2018 | Exhibition

    Rodin at The Met

    The Museum’s considerable holdings of work by Rodin are exhibited alongside paintings by his contemporaries in the newly refurbished sculpture galleries; 16th September to 15th January.

  • London | Edinburgh, Scottish National Gallery. | to 17 Jan 2018 | Exhibition

    Ages of Wonder: Scotland’s Art 1540 to Now

    Works transferred from the Royal Scottish Academy to the National Gallery in 1910 are reunited with objects from the Academy’s collection.

  • London | White Cube. | to 20 Jan 2018 | Exhibition

    Haim Steinbach: jaws

    At Mason’s Yard, new works and a reconfigured installation from 1981 by Haim Steinbach.

  • London | Tate Britain. | to 21 Jan 2018 | Exhibition

    Rachel Whiteread

    A survey of Rachel Whiteread’s sculpture runs from 12th September to 21st January; to be reviewed

  • London | Whitechapel Gallery. | to 21 Jan 2018 | Exhibition

    Thomas Ruff: Photographs 1979 – 2017

    Photographs by Thomas Ruff, drawing on a range of his series; 27th September to 21st January.

  • Europe | Florence, Palazzo Strozzi. | to 21 Jan 2018 | Exhibition

    The Cinquecento in Florence. From Michelangelo and Pontormo to Giambologna

    A major survey of art in 16th-century Florence runs from 21st September to 21st January; to be reviewed.

  • Europe | Moscow, State Tretyakov Gallery. | to 21 Jan 2018 | Exhibition

    Sculptor Andreyev. What were you before 1917?

    Pre-revolutionary works by Nikolai A. Andreyev, famous for his many later portraits of Lenin, are on view from 20th September to 21st January.

  • Europe | Paris, Musée Maillol. | to 21 Jan 2018 | Exhibition

    POP ART - Icons that matter

    Pop art from the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York; 22nd September to 21st January.

  • New York | Asia Society Museum. | to 21 Jan 2018 | Exhibition

    After Darkness: Southeast Asian Art in the Wake of History

    A group show of artists from Indonesia, Myanmar and Vietnam runs from 8th September to 21st January

  • New York | Parrish Art Museum. | to 21 Jan 2018 | Exhibition

    From Lens to Eye to Hand: Photorealism 1969 to Today

    A survey of Photorealism runs to 21st January.

  • North America | Auckland Art Gallery. | to 21 Jan 2018 | Exhibition

    The Corsini Collection: A Window on Renaissance

    Italian Renaissance and Baroque art from the collection of the Corsini family of Florence; 2nd September to 21st January.

  • Europe | Barcelona, Fundació Joan Miró. | to 21 Jan 2018 | Exhibition

    Sumer and the Modernist Paradigm

    The links between Mesopotamian art and Modernism are studied here.

  • Europe | Lugano, MASI. | to 21 Jan 2018 | Exhibition

    Sulle vie dell’Illuminazione. The Myth of India in Western Culture 1808–2017

    The appropriation of Indian art and imagery in the West from the early 19th century to the present.

  • Europe | Rome Scuderie del Quirinale. | to 21 Jan 2018 | Exhibition

    Picasso. Tra Cubismo e Classicismo: 1915–1925

    The development of Picasso’s Neoclassicism is studied here.

  • Europe | Paris, Musée Jacquemart-André. | to 22 Jan 2018 | Exhibition

    The Hansen's Secret Garden The Ordrupgaard Collection

    French Impressionism, Symbolism and early 20th-century painting from the Ordrupgaard Museum; 15th September to 22nd January (then in Ottawa).

  • North America | Durham NC, Nasher Museum of Art. | to 24 Jan 2018 | Exhibition

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

    The Medici’s Painter: Carlo Dolci and 17th-century Florence, previously in Wellesley, runs from 24th August to 14th January.

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Hull, Ferens Art Gallery. | to 27 Jan 2018 | Exhibition

    Turner Prize 2017

    The Turner Prize 2017 exhibition includes  the  shortlisted  artists  Hurvin Anderson,  Andrea  Büttner,  Lubaina  Himid  and Rosalind Nashashibi; 26th September to 7th January.

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Leeds, Henry Moore Institute. | to 28 Jan 2018 | Exhibition

    Mary Gillick: Her Art in your Pocket

    An exhibition explores the sculpture and relief work of Mary Gillick (1881–1965); 20th September to 28th January.

  • Europe | Lausanne, Musée Cantonal des Beaux-Arts. | to 28 Jan 2018 | Exhibition

    Ai Weiwei. D'ailleurs c'est toujours les autres

     

    An Ai Weiwei exhibition runs from 22nd September to 28th January.

  • Europe | Munich, Kunsthalle. | to 28 Jan 2018 | Exhibition

    GOOD · TRUE · BEAUTIFUL

    An exhibition explores the Neo-classicism of 19th-century French Salon art through works from the Musée d’Orsay, Paris; 22nd September to 28th January.

  • Europe | Rotterdam, Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen. | to 28 Jan 2018 | Exhibition

    Hewn, Carved, Donated - Medieval Figures from the Schoufour-Martin Collection

    Over 100 medieval carvings from the Schoufour-Martin Collection are on view from 9th September to 28th January.

  • North America | Los Angeles, J. Paul Getty Museum. | to 28 Jan 2018 | Exhibition

    Golden Kingdoms: Luxury and Legacy in the Ancient Americas

    A loans exhibition studies the development of luxury arts in the Americas from around 1000 BC to the 16th century; 16th September to 28th January.

  • London | Dulwich Picture Gallery. | to 28 Jan 2018 | Exhibition

    Tove Jansson (1914–2001)

    The wider œuvre of Tove Jansson, creator of the Moomins, is studied here.

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Wolverhampton Art Gallery. | to 28 Jan 2018 | Exhibition

    Michael Lyons: Full Circle

    Sculpture and drawings from throughout Michael Lyons’s career.

  • New York | Luhring Augustine. | to 28 Jan 2018 | Exhibition

    Mike Kelley: Singles Mixer

    At Knickerbocker Ave., work by Mike Kelley.

  • New York | Whitney Museum of American Art. | to 28 Jan 2018 | Exhibition

    Jimmie Durham: At the Center of the World

    A Jimmie Durham retrospective previously in Minneapolis (then in Saskatoon).

  • North America | Williamstown, Clark Art Institute. | to 28 Jan 2018 | Exhibition

    The Impressionist Line

    Impressionist prints and drawings; 5th November to 28th January.

  • Rest of the World | Tokyo, National Museum of Western Art. | to 28 Jan 2018 | Exhibition

    Hokusai and Japonisme

    Hokusai’s role in the growth of Japonisme in Europe is examined here.

  • Rest of the World | Tokyo, National Museum of Western Art. | to 28 Jan 2018 | Exhibition

    Getting to the Gates of Hell: Rodin’s Album Fenaille Drawings for Dante’s Divine Comedy

    Rodin’s illustrations for the Divine Comedy.

  • Europe | Barcelona, Museu Picasso. | to 28 Jan 2018 | Exhibition

    1917. Picasso in Barcelona

    Works made during Picasso’s last significant period in Barcelona, with the Ballet Russes in 1917.

  • Europe | Florence, Uffizi. | to 28 Jan 2018 | Exhibition

    Leopoldo de’ Medici, principe dei collezionisti

    An exhibition examines Leopoldo de’ Medici’s collections; 7th November to 28th January.

  • Europe | Paris, Monnaie de Paris. | to 28 Jan 2018 | Exhibition

    Women House

    A group exhibition by women artists addresses femininity and domesticity.

  • Europe | Santander, Fundación Botin. | to 28 Jan 2018 | Exhibition

    Julie Mehretu. A Universal History of Everything and Nothing

    Paintings and drawings by Julie Mehretu.

  • Europe | Zürich, Kunsthaus. | to 28 Jan 2018 | Exhibition

    Praised & Ridiculed. French Painting 1820–1880

    A survey of 19th-century French academic painting runs from 10th November to 28th January.

  • Europe | Paris, Grand Palais. | to 29 Jan 2018 | Exhibition

    Irving Penn

    A survey of Irving Penn’s photography, previously in New York, runs from 21st September to 29th January (then in Berlin and São Paulo).

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Oxford, Ashmolean Museum. | to 31 Jan 2018 | Exhibition

    Aksum: a Late Antique Empire of Faith in Africa

    The  culture  of the Aksumite Empire is explored through coins produced from the third to the seventh century; 26th September to 31st January.

  • New York | Jewish Museum. | to 4 Feb 2018 | Exhibition

    Modigliani Unmasked

    Early drawings by Modigliani from the collection of his friend and dealer Paul Alexandre are on view from 15th September to 4th February.

  • North America | Minneapolis, Walker Art Center. | to 4 Feb 2018 | Exhibition

    Nairy Baghramian: Déformation Professionnelle

    Previously in Ghent, sculptures and installations by the Iranian artist Nairy Baghramian are on view from 7th September to 4th February.

  • New York | Frick Collection. | to 4 Feb 2018 | Exhibition

    Murillo: The Self-Portraits

    The two known self-portraits of Murillo, one recently acquired by the Frick and the other in London’s National Gallery, form the centre of a small exhibition (then in London).

  • North America | Sacramento, Crocker Art Museum. | to 4 Feb 2018 | Exhibition

    Masters of Venice

    Drawings by Giambattista and Domenico Tiepolo from the Anthony J. Moravec collection.

  • North America | Worcester Art Museum. | to 4 Feb 2018 | Exhibition

    Coming Away: Winslow Homer and England

    Winslow Homer is shown alongside the English artists who influenced him; 11th November to 4th February (then in Milwaukee).

  • Europe | Ixelles, Musée. | to 4 Feb 2018 | Exhibition

    Robert Doisneau

    Photographs by Robert Doisneau.

  • Europe | Moscow, State Tretyakov Gallery. | to 4 Feb 2018 | Exhibition

    El Lissitzky

    Here and at the Jewish Museum and Tolerance Centre, a major El Lissitzky retrospective runs from 17th November to 4th February.

  • Europe | Potsdam, Museum Barberini. | to 4 Feb 2018 | Exhibition

    Behind the Mask: Artists in the GDR

    Art made in the GDR.

  • Europe | Rome, Galleria Borghese. | to 4 Feb 2018 | Exhibition

    Bernini Scultore

    A major exhibition reexamines the sculpture of Gian Lorenzo Bernini.

  • North America | Los Angeles, J. Paul Getty Museum. | to 11 Feb 2018 | Exhibition

    Making Art Concrete: Works from Argentina and Brzail in the Colección Patricia Phelps de Cisneros

    An exhibition shows the results of technical study of concrete art from the Cisneros collection; 16th September to 11th February.

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Edinburgh, Fruitmarket Gallery. | to 11 Feb 2018 | Exhibition

    Jacqueline Donachie: Right Here Among Them

    Jacqueline Donachie’s mid-career survey includes interactive sculptures and ‘advice sessions’.

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Dublin, National Gallery of Ireland | to 11 Feb 2018 | Exhibition

    Aftermath: The war landscapes of William Orpen

    William Orpen’s memoir, An Onlooker in France, and time as a war artist are the subjects of an exhibition.

  • Europe | Karlsruhe, Kunsthalle. | to 11 Feb 2018 | Exhibition

    Cézanne Metamorphoses

    A Cézanne retrospective.

  • Europe | Moscow, State Tretyakov Gallery. | to 11 Feb 2018 | Exhibition

    The Wind of the Revolution. Sculpture of 1918 – early 1930

    Sculpture produced as part of Lenin’s ‘monumental propaganda’ initiative.

  • New York | Metropolitan Museum of Art. | to 12 Feb 2018 | Exhibition

    Michelangelo: Divine Draftsman and Designer

    A loans exhibition including 150 of the artist’s drawings studies Michelangelo’s disegno; 13th November to 12th February; to be reviewed.

  • London | Victoria and Albert Museum. | to 18 Feb 2018 | Exhibition

    Balenciaga: Shaping Fashion

    Over 100 designs by the Spanish couturier Cristóbal Balenciaga; to 18th February; to be reviewed.

  • London | National Gallery. | to 18 Feb 2018 | Exhibition

    Monochrome: Painting in Black and White

    A survey of monochrome painting from the Middle Ages to the present.

  • London | Tate Modern. | to 18 Feb 2018 | Exhibition

    Red Star Over Russia: A Revolution in Visual Culture 1905–55

    A survey of Russian art from the 1905 Revolution to the death of Stalin, drawn largely from the recently acquired David King collection.

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Dublin, Irish Museum of Modern Art. | to 18 Feb 2018 | Exhibition

    Rodney Graham, That’s Not Me

    Previously in Gateshead, a Rodney Graham exhibition runs from 24th November to 18th February.

  • Rest of the World | Mumbai, CSMVS. | to 18 Feb 2018 | Exhibition

    India and the World: A History in Nine Stories

    Objects from the British Museum and Indian national collections form a survey of the nation’s cultural history.

  • Rest of the World | Sydney, Art Gallery of New South Wales. | to 18 Feb 2018 | Exhibition

    Rembrandt and the Dutch golden age: Masterpieces from the Rijksmuseum

    Dutch golden age art from the Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam; 11th November to 18th February.

  • Europe | Rome, Palazzo Barberini. | to 18 Feb 2018 | Exhibition

    Altro Rinascimento. Il Giovane Filippo Lippi e la Madonna di Tarquinia

    A Filippo Lippi exhibition runs from 17th November to 18th February.

  • North America | Philadelphia Museum of Art. | to 19 Feb 2018 | Exhibition

    Old Masters Now: Celebrating the Johnson Collection

    Master paintings from the collection of John G. Johnson, bequeathed to the city of Philadelphia in 1917.

  • Europe | Milan, HangarBiocca. | to 25 Feb 2018 | Exhibition

    Lucio Fontana Ambienti/Environments

    A selection of Lucio Fontana’s installations; 21st September to 25th February.

  • New York | Metropolitan Museum of Art. | to 25 Feb 2018 | Exhibition

    David Hockney

    A major David Hockney retrospective, previously in London and Paris and reviewed in the May issue, runs from 27th November to 25th February.

  • Europe | Frankfurt, Schirn Kunsthalle. | to 25 Feb 2018 | Exhibition

    Splendor and Misery in the Weimar Republic. From Otto Dix to Jeanne Mammen

    A large thematic exhibition of art made during the Weimar Republic.

  • Europe | Humlebæk, Louisiana Museum of Modern Art. | to 25 Feb 2018 | Exhibition

    Being There

    Contemporary artists reflect on humanity in the digital age.

  • Europe | Innsbruck, Ambras Castle. | to 25 Feb 2018 | Exhibition

    Ferdinand II, Archduke of Austria. A Renaissance Ruler and Art Patron between Prague and Innsbruck

    Here and in Prague, around 300 works of fine and decorative art from the time of Ferdinand II demonstrate the ruler’s legacy; 3rd November to 25th February.

  • Europe | Prague, Waldstein Riding School. | to 25 Feb 2018 | Exhibition

    Ferdinand II, Archduke of Austria. A Renaissance Ruler and Art Patron between Prague and Innsbruck

    Here and in Innsbruck, fine and decorative art from the time of Ferdinand II.

  • Europe | Rotterdam, Kunsthal. | to 25 Feb 2018 | Exhibition

    Paul Delvaux. Master of the Dream

    A retrospective of Paul Delvaux’s art.

  • Europe | Versailles, Château. | to 25 Feb 2018 | Exhibition

    Visitors to Versailles: Travellers, Princes, Ambassadors 1682–1789

    An exhibition studies Versailles as a cultural and diplomatic centre between 1682 and 1789 (then in New York).

  • Europe | Weil am Rhein, Vitra Design Museum. | to 25 Feb 2018 | Exhibition

    The World of Charles and Ray Eames

    The World of Charles and Ray Eames was previously in London, Umeå and Lisbon, and reviewed in the February 2016 issue.

  • North America | St Louis, Pulitzer Arts Foundation. | to 3 Mar 2018 | Exhibition

    Living Proof: Drawing in 19th-Century Japan

    An exhibition devoted to 19th-century Japanese drawings.

  • North America | St Louis, Pulitzer Arts Foundation. | to 3 Mar 2018 | Exhibition

    Rough Cut: Independent Japanese Animation

    An exhibition devoted to Japanese animation.

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Nottingham, Djanogly Gallery. | to 4 Mar 2018 | Exhibition

    Viking: Rediscover the Legend

    Anglo-Saxon and Viking artefacts from the British Museum and Yorkshire Museum Trust; 25th November to 4th March.

  • Rest of the World | Sydney, Art Gallery of New South Wales. | to 4 Mar 2018 | Exhibition

    Robert Mapplethorpe: the perfect medium

    A Robert Mapplethorpe retrospective, previously in Los Angeles and Montreal and reviewed in the August 2016 issue.

  • Europe | Cologne, Museum Ludwig. | to 4 Mar 2018 | Exhibition

    James Rosenquist: Painting as Immersion

    A James Rosenquist exhibition runs from 18th November to 4th March.

  • Europe | Metz, Centre Pompidou. | to 5 Mar 2018 | Exhibition

    Japanorama. A new vision on art since 1970

    Japanese art since 1970.

  • Europe | Bern, Kunstmuseum. | to 11 Mar 2018 | Exhibition

    Van Gogh to Cézanne, Bonnard to Matisse. The Collection Hahnloser

    Modern painting from the Hahnloser collection; 11th August to 11th March.

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Brighton Museum & Art Gallery. | to 11 Mar 2018 | Exhibition

    Gluck: Art and Identity

    A retrospective devoted to Gluck (1895–1978) runs from 18th November to 11th March.

  • North America | Andover, Addison Gallery of American Art. | to 11 Mar 2018 | Exhibition

    Mark Tobey: Threading Light

    Previously in Venice and reviewed in the November issue, the largest Mark Tobey retrospective in four decades is on view from 4th November to 11th March.

  • North America | San Diego Museum of Art. | to 11 Mar 2018 | Exhibition

    Modern Masters from Latin America: The Pérez Simón Collection

    Latin American modernist art from the Pérez Simón Collection.

  • Europe | Aix-en-Provence, Caumont Art Centre. | to 11 Mar 2018 | Exhibition

    Botero: A Dialogue with Picasso

    An exhibition compares the work of Fernando Botero and Pablo Picasso; 24th November to 11th March.

  • Europe | Enschede, Rijksmuseum Twenthe. | to 11 Mar 2018 | Exhibition

    Otto Marseus van Schrieck (ca. 1620–1678) en de ontdekking van de 'Bybel der natuure'

    Still lifes by Otto Marseus van Schrieck; 5th November to 11th March.

  • North America | Philadelphia, Barnes Foundation. | to 12 Mar 2018 | Exhibition

    Kiefer Rodin

    Works made by Anselm Kiefer in response to the collection of the Musée Rodin, Paris, where it was previously on view; 17th November to 12th March.

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Liverpool, Tate. | to 18 Mar 2018 | Exhibition

    Surrealism in Egypt: Art et Liberté 1938 – 1948

    An exhibition of work by the mid-century Egyptian surrealist group Art et Liberté, previously in Paris, Madrid and Düsseldorf, runs from 17th November to 18th March.

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Liverpool, Tate. | to 18 Mar 2018 | Exhibition

    John Piper

    John Piper’s work is presented in the context of European modernism from 17th November to 18th March.

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Liverpool, Tate. | to 18 Mar 2018 | Exhibition

    Mary Reid Kelley and Patrick Kelley: We Are Ghosts

    An exhibition of new and recent work by the video artists Mary Reid Kelley and Patrick Kelley runs from 17th November to 18th March.

  • North America | Los Angeles County Museum of Art. | to 18 Mar 2018 | Exhibition

    Painted in Mexico, 1700–1790: Pinxit Mexici

    Previously in Mexico City, a major exhibition of 18th-century Mexican painting runs from 19th November to 18th March (then in New York).

  • North America | Minneapolis, Walker Art Center. | to 18 Mar 2018 | Exhibition

    Adiós Utopia: Dreams and Deceptions in Cuban Art Since 1950

    An exhibition of Cuban art since 1950, previously in Houston and reviewed in the November issue, runs from 11th November to 18th March.

  • Europe | Madrid, Museo Nacional del Prado. | to 18 Mar 2018 | Exhibition

    Fortuny (1838–1874)

    The paintings of Mariano Fortuny; 21st November to 18th March.

  • Europe | Munich, Lenbachhaus. | to 18 Mar 2018 | Exhibition

    Joseph Beuys

    Works on paper by Joseph Beuys; 14th November to 18th March.

  • Europe | Madrid, Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía | to 19 Mar 2018 | Exhibition

    William Kentridge. Enough and more than enough

    An exhibition explores William Kentridge’s work for the stage.

  • North America | San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. | to 25 Mar 2018 | Exhibition

    Robert Rauschenberg

    A version of the Rauschenberg exhibition previously in London and New York and reviewed in the September issue runs from 18th November to 25th March.

  • North America | Los Angeles County Museum of Art. | to 1 Apr 2018 | Exhibition

    Found in Translation: Design in California and Mexico, 1915-1985

    The intertwined development of applied art and architecture in California and Mexico in the 20th century is explored here; 17th September to 1st April.

  • New York | Museum of Modern Art. | to 1 Apr 2018 | Exhibition

    Club 57: Film, Performance and Art in the East Village, 1978–1983

    Club 57: Film, Performance and Art in the East Village, 1978–1983.

  • North America | Mexico City, Museo Soumaya. | to 1 Apr 2018 | Exhibition

    La Era de Rodin; Del mito al sueño. Rodin... Dalí; Rodin en México / Rodin en el Centro Histórico

    The museum’s important collection of Rodin casts from the Fundación Carlos Slim is examined through a number of programmes and exhibitions to mark the centenary of the artist’s death; 17th November to April.

  • Europe | Paris, Musée du quai Branly. | to 1 Apr 2018 | Exhibition

    Before the Incas: Gods and Kings in Ancient Peru

    An exploration of Andean culture before the Incas; 14th November to 1st April.

  • London | Tate Modern. | to 2 Apr 2018 | Exhibition

    Modigliani

    A retrospective of Amedeo Modigliani's work.

  • London | Tate Modern. | to 2 Apr 2018 | Exhibition

    Modigliani

    A Modigliani retrospective runs from 23rd November to 2nd April.

  • Europe | The Hague, Gemeentemuseum. | to 2 Apr 2018 | Exhibition

    González, Picasso and Friends

    A retrospective devoted to Julio González runs from 25th November to 2nd April; to be reviewed.

  • Europe | Sèvres, Cité de la Céramique. | to 2 Apr 2018 | Exhibition

    L’Expérience de la couleur

    The 1001 colours created at the manufacture nationale de Sèvres since 1740 are the starting point of an exhibition of colour in art.

  • Europe | to 8 Apr 2018 | Exhibition

    The Art of pastel from Degas to Redon

    Late 19th- and early 20th-century pastels from the collection; 15th September to 8th April.

  • London | British Museum. | to 8 Apr 2018 | Exhibition

    Living with gods: Peoples, Places and Worlds Beyond

    Objects used in the practice of faith throughout history.

  • New York | Bronx Museum. | to 8 Apr 2018 | Exhibition

    Gordon Matta-Clark: Anarchitect

    Over 100 works by Gordon Matta-Clark are on view from 8th November to 8th April (then in Paris, Tallinn, and Waltham, MA).

  • North America | Mexico City, Museo Jumex. | to 8 Apr 2018 | Exhibition

    Learning to Read with John Baldessari

    Work by John Baldessari; 11th November to 8th April.

  • Europe | Munich, Lenbachhaus. | to 8 Apr 2018 | Exhibition

    Gabriele Münter. Mahlen ohne Umschweife

    The most extensive exhibition to date of paintings and photographs by Gabriele Münter.

  • North America | Santa Fe, SITE. | to 1 May 2018 | Exhibition

    Future Shock

    The arts space has reopened following a major extension of its premises with a group exhibition including works by Andreas Gursky, Andrea Zittel and others.

  • London | Tate Britain. | to 7 May 2018 | Exhibition

    Impressionists in London

    The emigration of French artists including Monet, Pissarro, James Tissot and Alphonse Legros to London during the Franco-Prussian war is studied here.

  • Europe | Dordrechts Museum. | to 27 May 2018 | Exhibition

    Jongkind and Friends

    Jongkind and Friends explores the painter’s relationships with artists of his own generation and the Impressionists; to be reviewed.

  • London | Imperial War Museum. | to 28 May 2018 | Exhibition

    Age of Terror: Art since 9/11

    Age of Terror: Art since 9/11.

  • New York | Museum of Modern Art. | to 28 May 2018 | Exhibition

    Stephen Shore

    A survey of Stephen Shore’s photography runs from 19th November to 28th May.

  • New York | Center for Italian Modern Art. | to 23 Jun 2018 | Exhibition

    Alberto Savinio

    The Centre’s annual exhibition is devoted to the School of Paris painter and writer Alberto Savinio.

  • North America | Fort Lauderdale, NSU Art Museum. | to 8 Jul 2018 | Exhibition

    Frank Stella: Experiment and Change

    A Frank Stella retrospective features some 300 works; 12th November to 8th July.