Highlights

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

    From Rodin To Bourgeois: Sculpture In The 20th Century

    An ambitious survey of modern sculpture, spanning from Rodin to Fred Sandback, runs from 15th October to 21st January (then in Edinburgh).

  • London | Blain|Southern | to 21 Jan 2017 | Exhibition

    Revolt of the Sage

    A group exhibition of post-War and contemporary artists whose work echoes de Chirico’s metaphysical paintings runs to 21st January.

  • London | Almine Rech | to 21 Jan 2017 | Exhibition

    Jeff Koons

    Jeff Koons’s ‘gazing ball’ works are on view to 21st January.

  • London | Sadie Coles HQ | to 21 Jan 2017 | Exhibition

    John Currin

    At Davies St., new paintings by John Currin are on view to 21st January.

  • London | Thomas Dane | to 21 Jan 2017 | Exhibition

    Caragh Thuring

    New paintings by Caragh Thuring; to 21st January.

  • Europe | Milan, Palazzo Reale | to 22 Jan 2017 | Exhibition

    ESCHER

    More than 200 works by M.C. Escher are on view to 22nd January. Find out more

  • London | Guildhall Art Gallery | to 22 Jan 2017 | Exhibition

    Victorians Decoded

    An exhibition studies the ways in which telegraphy was represented in Victorian art; 20th September to 22nd January.

  • New York | Museum of Modern Art | to 22 Jan 2017 | Exhibition

    Kai Althoff: and then leave me to the common swifts (und dann überlasst mich den Mauerseglern)

    Kai Althoff curates an exhibition of his own work; 18th September to 22nd January; to be reviewed. Find out more.

  • Europe | Alkmaar, Stedelijk Museum | to 22 Jan 2017 | Exhibition

    Caesar van Everdingen

    A major loan exhibition surveys the œuvre of the Alkmaar-born painter Caesar van Everdingen (1616–78); 24th September to 22nd January (then in Helsinki).

  • Europe | Basel, Fondation Beyeler | to 22 Jan 2017 | Exhibition

    Kandinsky, Marc & Der Blaue Reiter

    This exhibition runs from 4th September to 22nd January.

  • Europe | Enschede, Rijksmuseum Twenthe | to 22 Jan 2017 | Exhibition

    Finally! De Lairesse

    A monographic exhibition devoted to Gerard de Lairesse (1640–1711) runs from 10th September to 22nd January.

  • Europe | Florence, Palazzo Strozzi | to 22 Jan 2017 | Exhibition

    Ai Weiwei. Libero

    The gallery’s entirety will be given over to an Ai Weiwei retrospective from 23rd September to 22nd January.

  • Europe | Paris, Musée Marmottan Monet | to 22 Jan 2017 | Exhibition

    Hodler Monet Munch

    An exhibition compares the art of Munch, Monet and Ferdinand Hodler; 15th September to 22nd January. 

  • North America | Montreal Museum of Fine Arts | to 22 Jan 2017 | Exhibition

    Focus : Perfection. Robert Mapplethorpe

    Reviewed in our August issue, the Robert Mapplethorpe retrospective previously in Los Angeles runs here from 10th September to 22nd January (then in Sydney).

  • New York | Frick Collection | to 22 Jan 2017 | Exhibition

    Cagnacci’s “Repentant Magdalene”: An Italian Baroque Masterpiece from the Norton Simon Museum

    A display built around the Norton Simon Museum’s The Repentant Magdalene (c.1660–63) by Guido Cagnacci, not seen outside California since 1982, runs from 25th October to 22nd January (then in London). Find out more.

  • London | Courtauld Gallery | to 22 Jan 2017 | Exhibition

    Rodin and Dance: The Essence of Movement

    This exhibition explores the intimacy and playfulness of Rodin’s smaller-scale figure sculptures and drawings; 20th October to 22nd January; to be reviewed.

  • New York | Morgan Library & Museum | to 22 Jan 2017 | Exhibition

    Word and Image: Martin Luther's Reformation

    An exhibition celebrating the 500th anniversary of Martin Luther’s Ninety-Five Theses studies the dissemination of the ideals of the Reformation and includes nearly forty paintings by Lucas Cranach the Elder; 7th October to 22nd January. Find out more.

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Bath, Holburne Museum | to 22 Jan 2017 | Exhibition

    Silver: Light and Shade

    A loan exhibition of some 70 objects from British collections, studies the uses and properties of the material; 22nd October to 22nd January.

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Norwich Castle Museum and Art Gallery | to 22 Jan 2017 | Exhibition

    Fishermen & Kings: The Photography of Olive Edis

    More than 190 photographs by Olive Edis (1876–1955), the first accredited female war photographer, are on view from 8th October to 22nd January.

  • Europe | Basel, Kunstmuseum | to 22 Jan 2017 | Exhibition

    The Figurative Pollock

    An exhibition of 100 paintings and works on paper by Jackson Pollock examines his figurative work; 2nd October to 22nd January; to be reviewed.

  • Europe | Berlin, Staatliche Museen | to 22 Jan 2017 | Exhibition

    Canova and the Dance

    At the Bode-Museum, a major exhibition explores Antonio Canova’s passion for dance through sculptures and drawings; 21st October to 22nd January.

  • Europe | Brussels, BOZAR | to 22 Jan 2017 | Exhibition

    The Power Of The Avant-Garde. Now And Then

    An exhibition traces the contours of the twentieth-century avant-garde and examines its significance to contemporary artists; to 22nd January.

  • Europe | Emden, Kunsthalle | to 22 Jan 2017 | Exhibition

    Nikolai Astrup

    Previously in London and Høvikodden, a retrospective of the Norwegian painter Nikolai Astrup runs to 22nd January. 

  • North America | Charlotte, Mint Museum | to 22 Jan 2017 | Exhibition

    Women of Abstract Expressionism

    An exhibition of over 50 works by women Abstract Expressionist painters, previously in Denver and reviewed on pp.850–51 above, runs from 22nd October to 22nd January (then in Palm Springs). Find out more.

  • Europe | Hamburger Kunsthalle | to 22 Jan 2017 | Exhibition

    Surreal Encounters

    Previously in Edinburgh and reviewed in our October issue, this exhibition runs here from 7th October to 22nd January.

  • Europe | Helsinki Art Museum | to 22 Jan 2017 | Exhibition

    Yayoi Kusama

    Previously in Humlebaek and Stockholm, a survey of Yayoi Kusama’s art runs from 7th October to 22nd January.

  • Europe | Lausanne, Musée Cantonal des Beaux-Arts | to 22 Jan 2017 | Exhibition

    August Strindberg. From the Sea to the Cosmos

    International loans have been secured for a retrospective of August Strindberg’s paintings, which are compared to masterpieces by Constable, Corot and others; 14th October to 22nd January.

  • Europe | Madrid, Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza | to 22 Jan 2017 | Exhibition

    Renoir: Intimacy

    The tactility of Renoir’s painting is studied in an exhibition; from 18th October to 22nd January.

  • Europe | Marseille, Musée Cantini | to 22 Jan 2017 | Exhibition

    The Dream

    Representations of dreams in modern art; to 22nd January.

  • Europe | Paris, Petit Palais | to 22 Jan 2017 | Exhibition

    Albert Besnard. Modernités Belle Epoque

    An exhibition previously in Evian-les-Bains evaluates the œuvre of Albert Besnard (1849–1934); 25th October to 22nd January.

  • Europe | Rancate (Mendrisio), Pinacoteca Giovanni Züst | to 22 Jan 2017 | Exhibition

    Sculptures, busts, reliquaries and shrines from the Middle Ages to the eighteenth century

    An exhibition of around 50 wooden sculptures, busts, reliquaries and shrines made in the Ticino from the Middle Ages to the eighteenth century runs from 16th October to 22nd January.

  • North America | San Francisco Museum of Modern Art | to 22 Jan 2017 | Exhibition

    Bruce Conner: It’s All True

    A survey of the art of Bruce Conner (1933–2008), reviewed in the September issue, is on view from 29th October to 22nd January (then in Madrid). Find out more.

  • North America | Albuquerque Museum of Art and History | to 22 Jan 2017 | Exhibition

    Mabel Dodge Luhan & Company: American Moderns and the West

    Previously in Taos, an exhibition studying how Mabel Dodge Luhan transformed her adopted home New Mexico into a modernist colony for artists and writers runs to 22nd January (then in New York); to be reviewed.

  • North America | Milwaukee Art Museum | to 22 Jan 2017 | Exhibition

    Haunted Screens: German Cinema in the 1920s

    Previously in Los Angeles, a survey of German Expressionist cinema from La Cinémathèque Française; to 22nd January.

  • Europe | Cassel, Musée de Flandre | to 22 Jan 2017 | Exhibition

    The Odyssey of Animals

    100 examples of Flemish animal painting are on view to 22nd January.

  • Europe | Frankfurt, Schirn Kunsthalle | to 22 Jan 2017 | Exhibition

    Giacometti-Nauman

    An exhibition examines the affinities between the art of Giacometti and Bruce Nauman; to 22nd January.

  • Europe | Paris, Musée Rodin | to 22 Jan 2017 | Exhibition

    Hell According to Rodin

    This exhibition studies the history of The Gates of Hell through rarely exhibited drawings and sculptures restored especially for the exhibition; to 22nd January; to be reviewed.

  • London | British Museum | to 22 Jan 2017 | Exhibition

    Modern Design and Graphics: Objects and Prints from Post-War Europe

    In Room 90a, modern European glassware and other objects are exhibited alongside related prints; to 22nd January.

  • London | London, Business Design Centre | to 22 Jan 2017 | Fairs

    London Art Fair

    18th to 22nd January.

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Birmingham, Barber Institute | to 22 Jan 2017 | Exhibition

    Bellows and the Body

    Nudes by George Bellows and his contemporaries; to 22nd January.

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Eastbourne, Towner | to 22 Jan 2017 | Exhibition

    Towards Night

     60 works by artists who have explored the nocturne, from Constable to Vija Celmins; to 22nd January.

  • Europe | Paris, Centre Pompidou | to 23 Jan 2017 | Exhibition

    René Magritte: la trahison des images

    This exhibition presents another monographic view of the artist; 21st September to 23rd January (then in Frankfurt).

  • Europe | Paris, Musée Jacquemart-André | to 23 Jan 2017 | Exhibition

    Rembrandt intime

    An exhibition of 20 paintings and 40 works on paper by Rembrandt, centred on three masterpieces from the museum’s collection, also includes major loans from Russia and America; 16th September to 23rd January.

  • Europe | Paris, Grand Palais | to 23 Jan 2017 | Exhibition

    Mexico (1900-1950)

    A survey of Mexican modernism runs from 5th October to 23rd January.

  • Europe | Lens, Louvre-Lens | to 23 Jan 2017 | Exhibition

    History Begins in Mesopotamia

    Over 400 objects and three millennia of Mesopotamian history are examined to gauge the impact of the civilisation on global culture; 2nd November to 23rd January.

  • London | Robilant + Voena | to 27 Jan 2017 | Exhibition

    In Pursuit of Caravaggio

    This exhibition runs from 21st November to 27th January.

  • London | Richard Saltoun | to 27 Jan 2017 | Exhibition

    Renate Bertlemann: Höhepunkte (Two Climaxes)

    Works from the 1970s and 1980s by the radical feminist artist Renate Bertlmann are on view to 27th January.

  • New York | Mnuchin Gallery | to 28 Jan 2017 | Exhibition

    Chamberlain / de Kooning

    An exhibition pairs John Chamberlain and Willem de Kooning; to 28th January.

  • London | Bernard Jacobson | to 28 Jan 2017 | Exhibition

    Bruce McLean: A HOT SUNSET and SHADE PAINTINGS

    Paintings and monoprints by Bruce McLean; 2nd December to 28th January.

  • New York | Madison Ave. Galleries | to 28 Jan 2017 | Exhibition

    Master Drawings New York

    Master Drawings New York runs from 21st to 28th January.

  • Europe | Cremona, Museo del Violino | to 29 Jan 2017 | Exhibition

    Janello Torriani

    An exhibition dedicated to the inventor, clockmaker and mathematician Janello Torriani (c.1500–1585) is on view from 10th September to 29th January. 

  • North America | Boston, Museum of Fine Arts | to 29 Jan 2017 | Exhibition

    UH-OH: Frances Stark 1991–2015

    Previously in Los Angeles, a retrospective of the career of the Los Angeles-based artist Frances Stark (b.1967) runs from 17th September to 29th January. Find out more.

  • Europe | Liège, La Boverie | to 29 Jan 2017 | Exhibition

    21 rue La Boétie

    This international loan exhibition, named after the premises of Paul Rosenberg’s Paris gallery, studies the dealer’s life through 60 works by artists connected to him and previously unpublished documents; 22nd September to 29th January (then in Paris). 

  • Europe | Milan, Palazzo Reale | to 29 Jan 2017 | Exhibition

    Hokusai, Hiroshige, Utamaro: Places and Faces of Japan

    This exhibition measures the influence of the Japanese masters in Europe; 20th September to 29th January

  • London | British Museum | to 29 Jan 2017 | Exhibition

    French portrait drawings from Clouet to Courbet

    French drawings from the collection; to 29th January.

  • London | National Gallery | to 29 Jan 2017 | Exhibition

    Maíno’s Adorations: Heaven on Earth

    In Room 1 the Adorations painted by Juan Bautista Maíno (1581–1649) for the altarpiece of San Pedro Mártir in Toledo are on show to 29th January.

  • New York | Met Breuer | to 29 Jan 2017 | Exhibition

    Kerry James Marshall: Mastry

    Previously in Chicago, a retrospective devoted to Kerry James Marshall runs from 25th October to 29th January (then in Los Angeles). Find out more.

  • Europe | Barcelona, Museu Picasso | to 29 Jan 2017 | Exhibition

    Cubism and War. The Crystal in the Flame

    This exhibition studies the responses of the Parisian avant-garde to the First World War, with a particular focus on Picasso, Gris and Rivera; 21st October to 29th January.

  • North America | Austin, Blanton Museum of Art | to 29 Jan 2017 | Exhibition

    Warhol: By the Book

    Previously in Williamstown, Pittsburgh and New York, an exhibition devoted to Warhol’s artist books and illustrations runs from 16th October to 29th January. Find out more.

  • North America | Baltimore Museum of Art | to 29 Jan 2017 | Exhibition

    Matisse/Diebenkorn

    90 paintings and drawings by Matisse and Richard Diebenkorn place the artists in dialogue; 23rd October to 29th January (then in San Francisco). Find out more.

  • Europe | Berlin, Staatliche Museen | to 29 Jan 2017 | Exhibition

    Sculpture in Miniature: Berlin Porcelain Sculpture from 1751 to 1825

    At the Kunstgewerbemuseum, this exhibition runs to 29th January.

  • North America | Dallas, Meadows Museum | to 29 Jan 2017 | Exhibition

    The Festival Book for San Fernando: Celebrating Sainthood in Baroque Seville

    Etchings produced for the 1671 festival book for San Fernando by Spanish Baroque masters; 9th October to 29th January. Find out more.

  • North America | Fort Worth, Kimbell Art Museum | to 29 Jan 2017 | Exhibition

    Monet: The Early Years

    60 early works by Monet are deployed in a concentrated study of his transition from the example of the Barbizon School to Impressionism; 16th October to 29th January (then in San Francisco); to be reviewed. Find out more.

  • North America | Houston, Museum of Fine Arts | to 29 Jan 2017 | Exhibition

    Emperors’ Treasures: Chinese Art from the National Palace Museum, Taipei

    Over 160 objects from the Song to the Qing dynasties, from the National Palace Museum, Taipei (Fig.100); 23rd October to 29th January. Find out more.

  • Europe | HangarBicocca | to 29 Jan 2017 | Exhibition

    Kishio Suga

    The first European retrospective for the Japanese artist Kishio Suga (b.1944) runs to 29th January.

  • Europe | Paris, Musée d’art et d’histoire du Judaïsme | to 29 Jan 2017 | Exhibition

    Arnold Schönberg

    Over 300 works and documents study the composer Arnold Schönberg’s paintings and the Viennese art of his time; to 29th January.

  • Europe | Paris, Musée de la Vie Romantique | to 29 Jan 2017 | Exhibition

    The Eye of Baudelaire

    This exhibition surveys the art to which Baudelaire was drawn, or by which he was repelled, in the 1840s; to 29th January.

  • Europe | Turin, Castello di Rivoli, Museo d’Arte Contemporanea | to 29 Jan 2017 | Exhibition

    Ed Atkins

    Here and at Fondazione Sandretto re Rebaudengo, a solo exhibition by Ed Atkins runs to 29th January.

  • Europe | Paris, Musée Bourdelle | to 29 Jan 2017 | Acquisition

    Bourdelle: Sculptor and Photographer

    Previously in Montauban, an exhibition brings together 130 photographs and 60 sculptures by Antoine Bourdelle; 27th October to 29th January.

  • North America | San Francisco, de Young | to 29 Jan 2017 | Exhibition

    The Brothers Le Nain: Painters of 17th-Century France

    The exhibition The Brothers Le Nain: Painters of Seventeenth-century France, previously in Fort Worth and reviewed in the August issue, runs from 8th October to 29th January (then in Lens). Find out more.

  • North America | Toronto, Art Gallery of Ontario | to 29 Jan 2017 | Exhibition

    Mystical Landscapes: Masterpieces from Monet, Van Gogh and more

    Major international loans demonstrate the role of mysticism in the formation of the Symbolist landscape; 22nd October to 29th January (then in Paris). Find out more.

  • North America | Washington, National Gallery of Art | to 29 Jan 2017 | Exhibition

    In the Library: Selections from the Dwan Gallery and Virginia Dwan Archives

    An exhibition highlights the career of Virginia Dwan, the important gallerist and patron of Abstract Expressionist, minimal and conceptual artists and the promised gift of her personal collection to the Gallery; to 29th January. Find out more.

  • North America | Washington, National Gallery of Art | to 29 Jan 2017 | Exhibition

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

    An exhibition highlights the career of the important gallerist and patron of post-War American art Virginia Dwan; to 29th January.

  • London | Royal Academy | to 29 Jan 2017 | Exhibition

    Intrigue: James Ensor by Luc Tuymans

    A James Ensor exhibition curated by the painter Luc Tuymans runs to 29th January.

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Roche Court, New Art Centre | to 29 Jan 2017 | Exhibition

    Anthony Caro: Artist Boss

    An exhibition that shines a light on the sculptor’s studio assistants; 19th November to 29th January.

  • Europe | Amsterdam, Van Gogh Museum | to 29 Jan 2017 | Exhibition

    Inspiring Impressionism: Daubigny, Monet and Van Gogh

    Previously in Cincinnati and Edinburgh and reviewed in the October issue, this exhibition runs to 29th January.

  • Europe | Bruges, Groeningemuseum | to 29 Jan 2017 | Exhibition

    ‘The Last Judgement’ by Jheronimus Bosch – A Masterpiece restored

    A display devoted to Hieronymus Bosch’s newly restored Last Judgment runs from 9th November to 29th January.

  • Europe | Cologne, Wallraf-Richartz-Museum | to 29 Jan 2017 | Exhibition

    From Dürer to Picasso: Masterpieces from the Bührle collection

    This exhibition runs to 29th January.

  • Europe | Grenoble, Musée | to 29 Jan 2017 | Exhibition

    Kandinsky - Les années parisiennes (1933-1944)

    Kandinsky’s late ‘Parisian period’ is the subject of an exhibition; to 29th January.

  • Europe | Frankfurt, Liebieghaus | to 29 Jan 2017 | Exhibition

    Holy Night: The Christmas Story and Its Imagery

    A study of the Christmas story in art through the ages; to 29th January.

  • Europe | Milan, HangarBicocca | to 29 Jan 2017 | Exhibition

    Kishio Suga: Situations

    The first European retrospective for the Japanese artist Kishio Suga (b.1944) runs to 29th January.

  • Europe | Paris, Philharmonie de Paris | to 29 Jan 2017 | Exhibition

    Ludwig van: The Beethoven Myth

    Beethoven’s legacy in art and popular culture to the present day is explored here; to 29th January.

  • London | Maureen Paley | to 29 Jan 2017 | Exhibition

    ... Hounded by External Events ... Curated by Michael Bracewell

    Michael Bracewell curates contemporary works by Kaye Donachie, Gareth Jones and others; to 29th January.

  • Europe | Brussels, BRAFA | to 29 Jan 2017 | Fairs

    BRAFA Art Fair

     21st to 29th January.

  • Europe | Geneva, Cabinet d’Arts Graphiques | to 29 Jan 2017 | Exhibition

    Gérald Cramer et ses artistes: Chagall, Miró, Moore

    Artists’ books by Miró, Chagall and others produced by the gallerist and publisher Gérald Cramer are studied alongside works from his own collection; to 29th January.

  • Europe | Madrid, Fundación MAPFRE | to 29 Jan 2017 | Exhibition

    The Fauves: Passion for Colour

    International loans comprise a survey of the Fauves; to 29th January.

  • Europe | Munich, Villa Stuck | to 29 Jan 2017 | Exhibition

    Jan Toorop (1858–1928)

    More than 200 works by Jan Toorop form an overview of the Dutch Symbolist’s work; to 29th January.

  • Europe | Turku Art Museum | to 29 Jan 2017 | Exhibition

    Helene Schjerfbeck

    A loan exhibition dedicated to one of Finland’s foremost nineteenth-century painters, Helene Schjerfbeck, runs to 29th January.

  • Europe | Florence, Museo Archeologico Nazionale di Firenze | to 30 Jan 2017 | Exhibition

    Winckelmann, Florence and the Etruscans: The Father of Archaeology in Tuscany

    This exhibition marks the 250th anniversary of Wincklemann’s untimely death; to 30th January.

  • Europe | Paris, Musée de l’Orangerie | to 30 Jan 2017 | Exhibition

    America after the Fall: Painting in the 1930s

    Previously in Chicago, this exhibition includes 50 works by Grant Wood, Edward Hopper and others; 12th October to 30th January (then in London); to be reviewed.

  • London | Fine Art Society | to 30 Jan 2017 | Exhibition

    Tim Pomeroy: Ritual Geometries

     New sculptures by carver Tim Pomeroy; 9th to 30th January.

  • Europe | Bassano del Grappa, Museo Civico | to 31 Jan 2017 | Acquisition

    Jacopo Bassano, Portrait of a man in armour

    Jacopo Bassano’s Portrait of a man in armour, recently on the art market, takes its place with the other works by the master in
    his home town; 19th January to 31st January 2017.

  • London | Museum of the Order of St John | to 31 Jan 2017 | Exhibition

    Caravaggio: Fashion & Fabrics

    Caravaggio: Fashion and Fabrics provides a window onto sixteenth-century costume and textiles; to 31st January.

  • North America | San Diego Museum of Art | to 31 Jan 2017 | Exhibition

    Louis Kahn: The Power of Architecture

    Louis Kahn: The Power of Architecture, touring internationally since 2013, runs to 31st January (then in Fort Worth).

  • Europe | Leeuwarden, Fries Museum | to 1 Feb 2017 | Exhibition

    Alma-Tadema: Classical Charm

    Works by Lawrence Alma-Tadema; to 1st February.

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Dublin, Douglas Hyde Gallery | to 1 Feb 2017 | Exhibition

    Josef Sudek

    Photographs by Josef Sudek; to 1st February.

  • London | Hauser & Wirth | to 4 Feb 2017 | Exhibition

    Ken Price: A Survey of Sculptures and Drawings, 1959–2006

    This exhibition runs from 9th December to 4th February.

  • New York | Mitchell-Innes & Nash | to 4 Feb 2017 | Exhibition

    Anthony Caro: First Drawings Last Sculptures

    Late sculptures and early works on paper by Caro are on view at the gallery’s Chelsea and Madison Ave. premises; to 4th February.

  • London | Waddington Custot | to 4 Feb 2017 | Exhibition

    Fabienne Verdier: Rhythms and Reflections

    Large-scale abstract paintings by Fabienne Verdier are on view to 4th February.

  • New York | Jewish Museum | to 5 Feb 2017 | Exhibition

    John Singer Sargent’s Mrs. Carl Meyer and Her Children

    A display centred on John Singer Sargent’s Mrs Carl Meyer and her children (1896) runs from 16th September to 5th February. Find out more.

  • New York | Jewish Museum | to 5 Feb 2017 | Exhibition

    Take Me (I’m Yours)

    Concurrently, the Museum hosts a new edition of Take Me (I’m Yours), the participatory exhibition mounted at the Serpentine Gallery, London, by Hans Ulrich Obrist and Christian Boltanski in 1995. Find out more.

  • London | Barbican Art Gallery | to 5 Feb 2017 | Exhibition

    The Vulgar

    An exhibition studies vulgarity and taste in fashion; 13th October to 5th February.

  • London | National Portrait Gallery | to 5 Feb 2017 | Exhibition

    Picasso Portraits

    More than 80 works drawn from various periods in Picasso’s œuvre and important international collections form a survey of his portraiture; 6th October to 5th February (then in Barcelona); to be reviewed.

  • London | Victoria and Albert Museum | to 5 Feb 2017 | Exhibition

    Opus Anglicanum: Masterpieces of English Medieval Embroidery

    This exhibition runs to 5th February; to be reviewed.

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

    Emily Jacir’s Europa

    This exhibition, which appeared in altered form in London in 2015, runs here from 21st October to 5th February 2017.

  • Europe | Bilbao, Guggenheim | to 5 Feb 2017 | Exhibition

    Albert Oehlen: Behind The Image

    This exhibition runs from 21st October to 5th February.

  • Europe | Darmstadt, Mathildenhöhe | to 5 Feb 2017 | Exhibition

    Ludwig Meidner. Encounters

    Meidner’s portraits of political and cultural figures; 9th October to 5th February (see also Hofheim).

  • Europe | Helsinki, Ateneum | to 5 Feb 2017 | Exhibition

    Amedeo Modigliani

    Previously in Villeneuve d’Ascq and Budapest, a retrospective devoted to Modigliani runs from 28th October to 5th February; to be reviewed.

  • Europe | Málaga, Museo Picasso | to 5 Feb 2017 | Exhibition

    Joaquín Torres-García

    A monographic exhibition, previously in New York and Madrid, including around 170 works by Joaquín Torres-García (1874–1949) runs from 11th October to 5th February.

  • Europe | Nuoro, MAN | to 5 Feb 2017 | Exhibition

    Subjective - Primordial

    German Expressionism from the Osthaus Museum, Hagen; 21st October to 5th February.

  • Europe | Paris, Musée Picasso | to 5 Feb 2017 | Exhibition

    Picasso-Giacometti

    An exhibition probes the connections between Picasso and Giacometti in over 200 works; 4th October to 5th February.

  • North America | Princeton University Art Museum | to 5 Feb 2017 | Exhibition

    Epic Tales from India: Paintings from The San Diego Museum of Art

    Over 90 paintings from the San Diego Museum of Art’s exceptional collection are used to explore Indian narrative art from the sixteenth to the nineteenth centuries (Fig.83); 19th November to 5th February (then in Austin and San Diego).

  • Europe | Bruges, Groeningemuseum | to 5 Feb 2017 | Exhibition

    The Art of Law. Three Centuries of Justice Depicted

    Representations of law and justice in the age of the ancien régime; to 5th February.

  • Europe | Paris, Musée d’Orsay | to 5 Feb 2017 | Exhibition

    Frédéric Bazille (1841-1870). The Youth of Impressionism.

    The legacy of Frédéric Bazille is re-examined in an exhibition, previously in Montpellier, on view from 15th November to 5th March (then in Washington).

  • Europe | Pisa, Palazzo Blu | to 5 Feb 2017 | Exhibition

    Il sogno del classico

    A loans exhibition studies Dalí’s sources in classical art; to 5th February.

  • Europe | St Petersburg, State Hermitage Museum | to 5 Feb 2017 | Exhibition

    Surrealism in Catalonia. The artists of Empordà and Salvador Dalí

    A loans exhibition studies Surrealism in Catalonia; to 5th February.

  • London | Mayoral | to 10 Feb 2017 | Exhibition

    Art Revolutionaries in London

    At 6 Duke St., works by Picasso, Miró, Calder and González pay homage to the Spanish Republican pavilion at the 1937 International Exhib-ition in Paris; 18th January to 10th February.

  • New York | Galerie St Etienne | to 11 Feb 2017 | Exhibition

    You Say You Want a Revolution: American Artists and the Communist Party

    You Say You Want a Revolution: American Artists and the Communist Party runs to 11th February.

  • New York | Cheim & Read | to 11 Feb 2017 | Exhibition

    Louise Bourgeois: Holograms

    Louise Bourgeois’s little-known holograms are on view from 5th January to 11th February.

  • London | Osborne Samuel | to 11 Feb 2017 | Exhibition

    Modern British Art: From the Collection of Swindon Museum & Art Gallery

    Works from Swindon Museum and Art Gallery are on view here from 12th January to 11th February.

  • Europe | Paris, Musée du Luxembourg | to 12 Feb 2017 | Exhibition

    Fantin-Latour. À fleur de peau

    60 paintings and 30 works on paper by Henri Fantin-Latour are employed to expand and deepen perceptions of his art; 14th September to 12th February.

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art | to 12 Feb 2017 | Exhibition

    Winifred Nicholson: Liberation of Colour

    A survey of Winifred Nicholson’s art runs from 22nd October to 12th February (then in Nottingham and Falmouth); to be reviewed.

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Norwich, Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts | to 12 Feb 2017 | Exhibition

    Fiji: Art & Life In The Pacific

    An exhibition of more than 270 works surveys the art and cultural history of Fiji from the eighteenth century to the present day; 15th October to 12th February.

  • Europe | Paris, Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris | to 12 Feb 2017 | Exhibition

    Carl Andre: Sculpture as Place, 1958–2010

    Previously in New York, Madrid and Berlin and reviewed in the November 2014 issue, this exhibition runs from 18th October to 12th February (then in Los Angeles).

  • Europe | Vienna, Belvedere | to 12 Feb 2017 | Exhibition

    Is that Biedermeier?: Amerling, Waldmüller, and More

    Painting in the Biedermeyer era; 21st October to 12th February.

  • Europe | Vienna, Winter Palace | to 12 Feb 2017 | Exhibition

    Johann George Pinsel

    A retrospective devoted to the Baroque sculptor Johann George Pinsel (1707–61) runs from 26th October to 12th February.

  • North America | Los Angeles, J. Paul Getty Museum | to 12 Feb 2017 | Exhibition

    The Art of Alchemy

    An exhibition examines the relationship between alchemy and art from antiquity to the Enlightenment and beyond; 11th October to 12th February. Find out more.

  • North America | Berkeley Art Museum & Pacific Film Archive | to 12 Feb 2017 | Exhibition

    Covered in Time and History: The Films of Ana Mendieta

    Previously in Minneapolis and Fort Lauderdale, a survey of Ana Mendieta’s film work runs from 9th November to 12th February.

  • North America | Denver Art Museum | to 12 Feb 2017 | Exhibition

    Glory of Venice: Masterworks of the Renaissance

    Glory of Venice: Masterworks of the Renaissance includes nineteen works from Venice’s Gallerie dell’Accademia and other loans; to 12th February.

  • London | Serpentine Gallery | to 12 Feb 2017 | Exhibition

    Lucy Raven: Edge of Tomorrow

    A solo exhibition by New York-based artist Lucy Raven runs from 8th December to 12th February.

  • London | Serpentine Gallery | to 12 Feb 2017 | Exhibition

    Zaha Hadid

    In the Serpentine Sackler Gallery, the late Zaha Hadid’s paintings and drawings go on view in the building she designed; 8th December to 12th February.

  • London | White Cube | to 12 Feb 2017 | Exhibition

    Anselm Kiefer: Walhalla

    At Bermondsey, new paintings and sculptures by Anselm Kiefer; to 12th February.

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery | to 12 Feb 2017 | Exhibition

    Night in the Museum: Ryan Gander Curates the Arts Council Collection

    Previously at Yorkshire Sculpture Park, works from the Arts Council Collection curated by Ryan Gander; to 12th February (then in Leicester).

  • Europe | Haarlem, Frans Hals Museum | to 12 Feb 2017 | Exhibition

    Dutch Old Masters from Budapest

    Dutch master paintings and drawings from the Szépmüvészeti Museum, Budapest; to 12th February.

  • Europe | The Hague, Gemeentemuseum | to 12 Feb 2017 | Exhibition

    Alice Neel: Collector Of Souls

    A survey of Alice Neel’s art, previously in Helsinki, runs from 5th November to 12th February (then in Arles and Hamburg).

  • Europe | Luxembourg, Musée National d’Histoire et d’Art | to 12 Feb 2017 | Exhibition

    Blood and Tears: Albrecht Bouts and the Image of the Passion

    This international loans exhibition runs to 12th February (then in Aachen).

  • Europe | Paris, Musée du Cluny | to 13 Feb 2017 | Exhibition

    Les Temps Mérovingiens

    This exhibition surveys the art made and intellectual endeavours pursued under the Merovingian dynasty, from the fifth to the eighth centuries; 26th October to 13th February; to be reviewed.

  • North America | Pasadena, Norton Simon Museum | to 13 Feb 2017 | Exhibition

    States of Mind: Picasso Lithographs 1945–1960

    Picasso’s post-War lithographs; 14th October to 13th February. Find out more.

  • Europe | Reggio Emilia, Palazzo Magnani | to 14 Feb 2017 | Exhibition

    Liberty in Italia

    The concept of ‘liberty’ as it was contested in Italian art and design of the early twentieth century is explored through close to 300 objects; 5th November to 14th February.

  • Europe | Trento and Rovereto, Mart | to 16 Feb 2017 | Exhibition

    Umberto Boccioni: Genius and Memory

    Previously in Milan and reviewed there in the July issue, a centennial retrospective dedicated to Umberto Boccioni is on view here from 4th November to 17th February.

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Oxford, Weston Library | to 17 Feb 2017 | Exhibition

    Bodleian Treasures: 24 pairs

    A year-long display of forty-eight treasures from the Bodleian Libraries, including the Bay Psalm Book and the Gutenberg Bible, runs to February 2017. Find out more

  • North America | San Francisco, de Young | to 17 Feb 2017 | Exhibition

    Frank Stella: A Retrospective

    Previously in New York and Fort Worth, a retrospective of Frank Stella’s career runs from 5th November to 26th February; to be reviewed.

  • London | Pilar Corrias | to 17 Feb 2017 | Exhibition

    Charles Avery: The People and Things of Onomatopoeia: Part 2

    Recent work by Charles Avery; 13th January to 17th February.

  • New York | David Zwirner | to 18 Feb 2017 | Exhibition

    Aline Kominsky-Crumb & R. Crumb Drawn Together

    At West 19th St., the cartoons of Robert Crumb and Aline Kominsky-Crumb are on view from 12th January to 18th February.

  • New York | Lisson Gallery | to 18 Feb 2017 | Exhibition

    Roy Colmer

    At West 24th St., spray-gun paintings and photocollages by Roy Colmer; 13th January to 18th February.

  • London | Vigo | to 18 Feb 2017 | Exhibition

    Marcus Harvey

    Marcus Harvey; 6th January to 18th February.

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Edinburgh, Queen’s Gallery, Palace of Holyroodhouse | to 19 Feb 2017 | Exhibition

    Painting Paradise: The Art of the Garden

    Previously in London and reviewed in the June 2015 issue; from 5th August to 19th February. Find out more

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Chichester, Pallant House Gallery | to 19 Feb 2017 | Exhibition

    The Mythic Method: Classicism in British Art 1920–1950

    This exhibition examines the retour à l’ordre in a British context; 22nd October to 19th February; to be reviewed.

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Edinburgh, Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art | to 19 Feb 2017 | Exhibition

    Karla Black and Kishio Suga | A New Order

    A joint exhibition by Karla Black and Kishio Suga runs from 22nd October to 19th February.

  • Europe | Madrid, Museo Nacional del Prado | to 19 Feb 2017 | Exhibition

    The Art of Clara Peeters

    An exhibition previously in Antwerp explores the work of the Antwerp still-life painter Clara Peeters (?1594–after 1657?); 25th October to 19th February.

  • New York | Frick Collection | to 19 Feb 2017 | Exhibition

    Pierre Gouthière: Virtuoso Gilder at the French Court

    Pierre Gouthière (1732–1818), the bronze gilder who worked at the court of Louis XV and Louis XVI, is the subject of an exhibition; 16th November to 19th February; to be reviewed.

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Compton, Watts Gallery | to 19 Feb 2017 | Exhibition

    Untold Stories: British Art from Private Collections

    Rarely exhibited late nineteenth- and early twentieth-century paintings and drawings from British private collections are on view from 22nd November to 19th February.

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Edinburgh, City Art Centre | to 19 Feb 2017 | Exhibition

    A Sketch of the Universe: Art, Science and the Influence of D’Arcy Thompson

    The impact of the biologist D’Arcy Wentworth Thompson on twentieth-century British art is surveyed here; 19th November to 19th February.

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Edinburgh, Fruitmarket Gallery | to 19 Feb 2017 | Exhibition

    William Kentridge and Vivienne Koorland: Conversations in letters and lines

    An exhibition studies the friendship and exchanges between William Kentridge and Vivienne Koorland; 19th November to 19th February; to be reviewed.

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Leeds, Henry Moore Institute | to 19 Feb 2017 | Exhibition

    City Sculpture Projects 1972

    An exhibition examines the pioneering project to install public sculptures in urban centres beyond London in 1972; 24th November to 19th February.

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Nottingham, Djanogly Gallery | to 19 Feb 2017 | Exhibition

    Victor Pasmore: Towards a New Reality

    50 paintings and sculptural reliefs by Victor Pasmore illustrate his transition from figurative to abstract and constructionist art; 26th November to 19th February.

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Wakefield, The Hepworth | to 19 Feb 2017 | Exhibition

    The Hepworth Prize For Sculpture

    The biennial Hepworth Prize for Sculpture includes Phyllida Barlow, Helen Marten, Steven Claydon and David Medalla; to 19th February.

  • Europe | Berlin, Staatliche Museen | to 19 Feb 2017 | Exhibition

    Hieronymus Bosch and His Pictorial World in the 16th and 17th century

    At the Gemäldegalerie, another exhibition marking the quincentenary of Bosch’s death unites the holdings of the Gemäldegalerie and Kupferstichkabinett; 11th November to 19th February.

  • Europe | Geneva, Musée d’Art et d’Histoire | to 19 Feb 2017 | Exhibition

    Châteaux forts et Chevaliers: Genève et la Savoie au XIVe siècle

    This exhibition runs to 19th February.

  • Europe | Moscow, State Tretyakov Gallery | to 19 Feb 2017 | Exhibition

    Roma Aeterna. Masterpieces of the Vatican Pinacotheca. Bellini, Raphael, Caravaggio

    Masterpieces from the Vatican Museums by Raphael, Bellini, Poussin and others are on view from 24th November to 19th February.

  • Europe | Nîmes, Carré d’Art | to 19 Feb 2017 | Exhibition

    Abraham Cruzvillegas

    New work by Abraham Cruzvillegas is on view to 19th February.

  • Europe | Madrid, Museo Nacional del Prado | to 19 Feb 2017 | Exhibition

    Ribera. Master of Drawing

    Drawings by Ribera are on view to 19th February; to be reviewed.

  • Europe | Stockholm, Moderna Museet | to 19 Feb 2017 | Exhibition

    Georg Baselitz: The Heroes

    Georg Baselitz’s ‘Heroes’ series, previously in Frankfurt, is on view from 11th November to 19th February (then in Rome and Bilbao).

  • Europe | Turin, Reggia di Venaria Reale | to 19 Feb 2017 | Exhibition

    Breughel

    An overview of the art produced by the Breughel family over 150 years runs to 19th February.

  • North America | Aspen Art Museum | to 19 Feb 2017 | Exhibition

    Julian Schnabel Plate Paintings 1978–86

    Julian Schnabel’s plate paintings; to 19th February.

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Sudbury, Gainsborough’s House | to 19 Feb 2017 | Exhibition

    French Drawings from the Time of Gainsborough

    French Drawings from the Time of Gainsborough includes over 40 works on paper from private collections; to 19th February.

  • Europe | Wolfsburg, Kunstmuseum | to 19 Feb 2017 | Exhibition

    This Was Tomorrow: Pop Art in Great Britain

    A loan exhibition of British Pop art runs to 19th February.

  • New York | Metropolitan Museum of Art | to 20 Feb 2017 | Exhibition

    Max Beckmann in New York

    Paintings produced by Max Beckmann in New York in 1949–50 and earlier works from local collections are on view from 19th October to 20th February. Find out more.

  • Europe | Paris, Fondation Louis Vuitton | to 20 Feb 2017 | Exhibition

    Icons of Modern Art. The Shchukin Collection

    The works that formed Sergei Shchukin’s collection of European modernism are reunited here to illustrate their enormous impact on the Russian avant-garde; 22nd October to 20th February.

  • North America | Richmond, Virginia Museum of Fine Arts | to 20 Feb 2017 | Exhibition

    Jasper Johns and Edvard Munch: Love, Loss and the Cycle of Life

    Previously in Oslo, 128 works make up a study of Jasper Johns’s fascination with Edvard Munch; 12th November to 20th February.

  • North America | Washington, Freer and Sackler Galleries | to 20 Feb 2017 | Exhibition

    The Art of the Qur’an: Treasures from the Museum of Turkish and Islamic Arts

    The Art of the Qu’ran: Treasures from the Museum of Turkish and Islamic Arts, runs to 20th February.

  • Europe | Paris, Centre Pompidou | to 20 Feb 2017 | Exhibition

    Jean-Luc Moulène

    A monographic show devoted to Jean-Luc Moulène (b.1955); to 20th February; to be reviewed.

  • Europe | Vienna, Österreichische Nationalbibliothek | to 21 Feb 2017 | Exhibition

    Golden Times: Masterpieces of Book Art from the Gothic to the Renaissance

    This exhibition runs to 21st February.

  • London | Gagosian | to 25 Feb 2017 | Exhibition

    Richard Serra. Nj-2, Rounds: Equal Weight, Unequal Measure, Rotate

    At Britannia St., large-scale steel sculptures by Richard Serra; to 25th February.

  • London | Marlborough Fine Art | to 25 Feb 2017 | Exhibition

    Bacon and Freud: Graphic Works

    Prints by Francis Bacon and Lucian Freud; 18th January to 24th February.

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Cork, Crawford Art Gallery | to 25 Feb 2017 | Exhibition

    Made in Cork: The Arts and Crafts Movement 1880's–1920's

    A survey of the Irish Arts and Crafts Movement runs to 25th February.

  • Europe | Viareggio, Centro Matteucci per l’arte moderna | to 26 Feb 2017 | Exhibition

    L'Ottocento aperto al mondo

    Macchiaioli paintings from the early collections of Enrico Picena (d.1986) and Mario Borgiotti (d.1977), many not seen in public before, are on show here from 2nd July to 26th February. Find out more

  • London | Victoria and Albert Museum | to 26 Feb 2017 | Exhibition

    You Say You Want a Revolution? Records and Rebels 1966 - 1970

    An exhibition explores the social and cultural revolutions of the late 1960s through music, fashion, film, design and political activism; 10th September to 26th February.

  • Europe | Berlin, Staatliche Museen | to 26 Feb 2017 | Exhibition

    Ernst Ludwig Kirchner. Hieroglyphen

    An exhibition of works by Ernst Ludwig Kirchner focuses on the eighteen paintings owned by the museum; 23rd September to 26th February.

  • London | British Museum | to 26 Feb 2017 | Exhibition

    South Africa: the art of a nation

    A survey of the country’s cultural history, from 100,000 year-old rock art to contemporary works; 27th October to 26th February. 

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Cardiff, National Museum Wales | to 26 Feb 2017 | Exhibition

    Artes Mundi 7

    Artes Mundi 7 includes John Akomfrah, Neïl Beloufa and others; 21st October to 26th February.

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Newcastle, Laing Art Gallery | to 26 Feb 2017 | Exhibition

    Out of Chaos

    An exhibition of 100 works from the Ben Uri collection celebrating the Gallery’s centenary, previously in London, runs here from 15th October to 26th February.

  • Europe | Genoa, Palazzo Ducale | to 26 Feb 2017 | Exhibition

    Warhol. Pop Society

    An Andy Warhol retrospective runs from 21st October to 26th February.

  • Europe | Helsinki, Kiasma | to 26 Feb 2017 | Exhibition

    Mona Hatoum

    A retrospective of Mona Hatoum’s career, previously in Paris and London, runs from 7th October to 26th February.

  • Europe | Humlebaek, Louisiana Museum of Modern Art | to 26 Feb 2017 | Exhibition

    Louise Bourgeois. Structures of Existence: The Cells

    Previously in Munich, Moscow and Bilbao, this exhibition runs here from 13th October to 26th February.

  • Europe | Milan, Palazzo Reale | to 26 Feb 2017 | Exhibition

    Peter Paul Rubens and the Birth of the Baroque

    From 26th October to 26th February.

  • Europe | Paris, Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris | to 26 Feb 2017 | Exhibition

    Bernard Buffet

    100 paintings make up a Bernard Buffet retrospective; 14th October to 26th February.

  • Europe | Paris, Musée des Arts Décoratifs | to 26 Feb 2017 | Exhibition

    L’Esprit du Bauhaus, l’Objet en Question

    A vast survey of the Bauhaus runs from 19th October to 26th February.

  • Europe | Vicenza, Palazzo Chiericati | to 26 Feb 2017 | Acquisition

    Bellini’s Crucifixion

    An exhibition built around Bellini’s Crucifixion in a Jewish Cemetery examines the artist’s study of the natural world; 8th October to 26th Feburary.

  • North America | Cleveland Museum of Art | to 26 Feb 2017 | Exhibition

    Myth and Mystique: Cleveland’s Gothic Table Fountain

    Myth and Mystique: Cleveland’s Gothic Table Fountain runs to 26th February; to be reviewed.

  • North America | Ottawa, Musée des Beaux-Arts du Canada | to 26 Feb 2017 | Exhibition

    Josef Sudek: Le monde à ma fenêtre

    Previously in Paris, a survey of the Czech photographer Josef Sudek’s work runs to 26th February.

  • London | Jewish Museum | to 26 Feb 2017 | Exhibition

    Shaping Ceramics: From Lucie Rie to Edmund de Waal

    The impact of Jewish émigrés on British studio ceramics is explored here; 10th November to 26th February.

  • London | National Portrait Gallery | to 26 Feb 2017 | Exhibition

    The Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize 2016

    This year's prize is on view from 17th November to 26th February.

  • North America | Mexico City, Museo Nacional de San Carlos | to 26 Feb 2017 | Acquisition

    Lucas Cranach

     25 works by Lucas Cranach the Elder are on view to 26th February (see also Tokyo).

  • Europe | Barcelona, Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya | to 26 Feb 2017 | Exhibition

    Romanesque Picasso

    Works by Picasso are interspersed among the museum’s collection of Romanesque art, which he knew; 17th November to 26th February.

  • Europe | Berlin, Staatliche Museen | to 26 Feb 2017 | Exhibition

    The Tehran Collection. The Tehran Museum for Contemporary Art in Berlin

    At the Gemäldegalerie, works from the Tehran Museum of Contemporary Art are on view; 4th December to 26th February.

  • Europe | Bremen, Kunsthalle | to 26 Feb 2017 | Exhibition

    Max Liebermann: From Leisure to Modern Sport

    Leisure and sport in the work of Max Liebermann; to 26th February (then in Berlin).

  • Europe | Copenhagen, Amalienborg, Christian VIII’s Palace | to 26 Feb 2017 | Exhibition

    From the Royal Attics

    A collection of some 2,000 objects from the Royal Danish Collection illustrates three centuries of royal history; to 26th February.

  • Europe | Humlebæk, Louisiana Museum of Modern Art | to 26 Feb 2017 | Exhibition

    Louise Bourgeois. Structures of Existence: The Cells

    Previously in Munich, Moscow and Bilbao, this exhibition runs here to 26th February.

  • Europe | Ordrupgaard Museum | to 26 Feb 2017 | Exhibition

    L.A. Ring. Between Light and Darkness

    A monographic exhibition devoted to the Danish realist and symbolist L.A. Ring runs from 16th December to 26th February.

  • Europe | Wuppertal, Von der Heydt-Museum | to 26 Feb 2017 | Exhibition

    Degas & Rodin: Giganten der Moderne

    An exhibition compares the art of Degas and Rodin; to 26th February.

  • Europe | Alba, Fondazione Ferrero | to 27 Feb 2017 | Exhibition

    Giacomo Balla

    International loans make up an exhibition dedicated to Giacomo Balla; to 27th February.

  • Europe | Nancy, Musée des Beaux-Arts | to 27 Feb 2017 | Exhibition

    Émile Friant, le dernier naturaliste?

    A retrospective of the Salon painter Emile Friant’s work runs from 4th November to 27th February.

  • London | Saatchi Gallery | to 28 Feb 2017 | Exhibition

    Painters' Painters

    Painters’ Painters unites such artists as Dexter Dalwood, David Salle and Richard Aldrich in a group show; to 28th February.

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Hull, Brynmor Jones Library | to 28 Feb 2017 | Exhibition

    Lines of Thought: Drawing from Michelangelo to Now

    Previously in Poole, Lines of Thought: Drawing from Michelangelo to Now, a British Museum exhibition, runs from 3rd January to 28th February (then in Belfast).

  • London | British Library | to 1 Mar 2017 | Exhibition

    Maps and the 20th Century: Drawing the Line

    Twentieth-century drawings for maps; 4th November to 1st March. 

  • London | David Zwirner | to 4 Mar 2017 | Exhibition

    Josef Albers: Sunny Side Up

    An exhibition focuses exclusively on Josef Albers’s use of yellow in works from throughout his career; 13th January to 4th March.

  • New York | Brooklyn Museum | to 5 Mar 2017 | Exhibition

    Beverly Buchanan: Ruins and Rituals

    200 works make up a retrospective devoted to Beverly Buchanan (1940–2015), curated by Park McArthur and Jennifer Burris; 21st October to 5th March. Find out more.

  • London | Tate Britain | to 5 Mar 2017 | Exhibition

    Paul Nash

    An exhibition devoted to Paul Nash studies the relationship between his mysticism and the English landscape; 26th October to 5th March; to be reviewed.

  • New York | MoMA PS1 | to 5 Mar 2017 | Exhibition

    Mark Leckey: Containers and Their Drivers

    Video works and sculptural installations make up Mark Leckey’s largest exhibition to date; 23rd October to 5th March. Find out more.

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Liverpool, Tate | to 5 Mar 2017 | Exhibition

    Yves Klein

    An Yves Klein retrospective runs from 21st October to 5th March.

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Liverpool, Tate | to 5 Mar 2017 | Exhibition

    Edward Krasinski

    An exhibition of sculptures, paintings and installations by the Polish artist Edward Krasinski runs from 21st October to 5th March.

  • Europe | Amsterdam, Stedelijk Museum | to 5 Mar 2017 | Exhibition

    Jean Tinguely - Machine Spectacle

    Previously in Düsseldorf, a retrospective of Jean Tinguely’s work centres on his machine sculptures; to 5th March.

  • Europe | Brussels, BOZAR | to 5 Mar 2017 | Exhibition

    Picasso. Sculptures

    Another iteration of the major survey of Picasso’s sculpture, previously in New York and Paris and reviewed in the December 2015 issue, is on view here from 26th October to 5th March.

  • Europe | The Hague, Museum Beelden aan Zee | to 5 Mar 2017 | Exhibition

    Picasso by the Sea: Ceramics & Sculpture

    Post-War ceramics and sculptures by Picasso are on view from 13th October to 5th March.

  • North America | Washington, National Gallery of Art | to 5 Mar 2017 | Exhibition

    Stuart Davis: In Full Swing

    A retrospective devoted to the American modernist painter Stuart Davis, previously in New York, runs from 20th November to 5th March (then in San Francisco and Bentonville).

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Birmingham, Ikon Gallery | to 5 Mar 2017 | Exhibition

    Roger Hiorns

    A mid-career survey dedicated to Roger Hiorns runs from 7th December to 5th March.

  • Europe | Bielefeld, Kunsthalle | to 5 Mar 2017 | Exhibition

    Creation in Form and Color: Hans Hofmann

    Around 60 paintings, drawings and watercolours by Hans Hofmann; 5th November to 5th March (then in Luxembourg).

  • Europe | Nuremberg, Germanisches Nationalmuseum | to 5 Mar 2017 | Exhibition

    Charles IV

    reviously in Prague, an exhibition of 140 objects re-examines the life and times of Emperor Charles IV; to 5th March; to be reviewed.

  • Europe | Roubaix, La Piscine | to 5 Mar 2017 | Exhibition

    Georges Dorignac (1879 – 1925). Le Trait Sculpté

    The chalk and charcoal drawings of George Dorignac (1879–1925) are on view from 19th November to 5th March.

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

    Robert Doisneau – Photographs From Craft to Art

    Around 100 photographs by Robert Doisneau; to 5th March.

  • Europe | Lyon, Musée des Beaux-Arts | to 6 Mar 2017 | Exhibition

    Henri Matisse, le laboratoire intérieur

    This exhibition includes 250 works on paper; 2nd December to 6th March.

  • Europe | Naples, Museo MADRE | to 6 Mar 2017 | Exhibition

    Fabio Mauri

    A major retrospective of Fabio Mauri’s work runs to 6th March.

  • North America | Washington, National Gallery of Art | to 11 Mar 2017 | Exhibition

    Rijksmuseum and the Amsterdam Museum loans

    Two large-scale 17th-century Dutch group portraits by Govert Flinck and Bartholomeus van der Helst are on long-term loan from the Rijksmuseum and the Amsterdam Museum; to 11th March 2017.

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Rochdale, Touchstone | to 11 Mar 2017 | Exhibition

    Going Public – The Napoleone Collection

    Here and at The Esplanade, Valeria Napoleone’s collection of female artists, previously in Sheffield, runs from 10th December to 11th March.

  • New York | Gagosian | to 11 Mar 2017 | Exhibition

    Katharina Grosse

    At West 24th St., work by Katharina Grosse; 19th January to 11th March.

  • London | Sir John Soane’s Museum | to 11 Mar 2017 | Exhibition

    Robert Adam's London

    Surviving and unrealised examples of Robert Adam’s architectural projects for London; to 11th March.

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Kendal, Abbot Hall Art Gallery | to 11 Mar 2017 | Exhibition

    Works from the National Gallery

    Previously in London and reviewed in the August issue, paintings by George Shaw appear alongside works by Poussin, Constable and Piero del Pollaiuolo from the National Gallery; 13th January to 11th March.

  • New York | Museum of Modern Art | to 12 Mar 2017 | Exhibition

    A Revolutionary Impulse: The Rise of the Russian Avant-Garde

    A Revolutionary Impulse: The Rise of the Russian Avant-Garde runs from 3rd December to 12th March.

  • Europe | Berlin, Staatliche Museen | to 12 Mar 2017 | Exhibition

    George Condo. Confrontation

    At the Museum Berggruen, paintings by George Condo are compared to works of European modernism; 19th November to 12th March.

  • Europe | Bern, Zentrum Paul Klee | to 12 Mar 2017 | Exhibition

    Paul Klee and the Surrealists

    Klee’s connections with Surrealist artists in Paris during the 1920s and 1930s are explored here; 18th November to 12th March.

  • North America | Mexico City, Museo Tamayo | to 12 Mar 2017 | Exhibition

    Tacida Dean

    A solo exhibition by Tacita Dean runs to 12th March.

  • North America | Naples FL, Baker Museum | to 12 Mar 2017 | Exhibition

    In a New Light: American Impressionism 1870-1940

    A survey of American Impressionism runs to 12th March.

  • Rest of the World | Wuhan, Hubei Museum of Art | to 12 Mar 2017 | Exhibition

    Sean Scully: Resistance and Persistence

    Previously in Guangzhou, a major Sean Scully exhibition runs from 10th January to 12th March.

  • Europe | Berlin, Martin-Gropius-Bau | to 12 Mar 2017 | Exhibition

    Omer Fast »Talking is not always the solution«

    A solo exhibition by the video artist Omer Fast runs to 12th March.

  • Europe | Budapest, Kunsthalle | to 12 Mar 2017 | Exhibition

    The First Golden Age: Painting in the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy and the Műcsarnok

    The First Golden Age: Painting in the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy and the M˝ucsarnok; to 12th March.

  • Europe | Florence, Galleria dell’Accademia | to 12 Mar 2017 | Exhibition

    Giovanni dal Ponte

    Loans from a number of Tuscan museums make up a monographic show devoted to Giovanni dal Ponte (1385–1437); to 12th March; to be reviewed.

  • Rest of the World | Melbourne, National Gallery of Victoria | to 13 Mar 2017 | Exhibition

    David Hockney: Current

    A David Hockney exhibition composed mostly of iPad drawings runs from 11th November to 13th March.

  • Europe | Venice, Peggy Guggenheim Collection | to 13 Mar 2017 | Exhibition

    My Weapon against the Atom Bomb is a Blade of Grass: Tancredi. A Retrospective

    A retrospective devoted to Tancredi Parmeggiani (1927–64) runs to 13th March.

  • New York | Museum of Arts and Design | to 15 Mar 2017 | Exhibition

    Voulkos: The Breakthrough Years

    The early work of the potter, sculptor and painter Peter Voulkos (1924–2002); to 15th March (then in Washington); to be reviewed.

  • North America | Mexico City, Academy of San Carlos | to 15 Mar 2017 | Exhibition

    Charles III and the Dissemination of Antiquity

    Here and in Madrid and Naples, Charles III and the dissemination of antiquity runs from 15th December to 15th March; to be reviewed

  • Europe | Madrid, Real Academia de Bellas Artes de San Fernando | to 15 Mar 2017 | Exhibition

    Centenario del nacimiento de Carlos III

    Here and in Naples and Mexico City, Charles III and the dissemination of antiquity runs from 15th December to 15th March; to be reviewed.

  • Europe | Naples, Museo Archeologico Nazionale | to 15 Mar 2017 | Exhibition

    Charles III and the Dissemination of Antiquity

    Here and in Madrid and Mexico City, Charles III and the dissemination of antiquity runs to 15th March; to be reviewed.

  • Great Britain and Ireland | York Art Gallery | to 19 Mar 2017 | Exhibition

    Flesh

    Artists who have made flesh a subject of their work – from Rubens to Degas, Harold Gilman and Sarah Lucas – are examined in an exhibition on view to 19th March.

  • North America | Miami, Pérez Art Museum | to 19 Mar 2017 | Exhibition

    Julio Le Parc: Form into Action

    Over 100 works by kinetic artist Julio Le Parc are on view from 18th November to 19th March.

  • New York | Museum of Modern Art | to 19 Mar 2017 | Exhibition

    Francis Picabia: Our Heads Are Round so Our Thoughts Can Change Direction

    Previously in Zürich, a retrospective devoted to Francis Picabia takes in 200 works; 21st November to 19th March.

  • North America | Chicago, Museum of Contemporary Art | to 19 Mar 2017 | Exhibition

    Basim Magdy: The Stars Were Aligned for a Century of New Beginnings

    Works by the Egyptian artist Basim Magdy (b.1977); 10th December to 19th March.

  • North America | Washington, Smithsonian American Art Museum | to 19 Mar 2017 | Exhibition

    Isamu Noguchi, Archaic/Modern

    More than 70 works from throughout the career of Isamu Noguchi; to 19th March.

  • Europe | Frankfurt, Städel Museum | to 19 Mar 2017 | Exhibition

    Battle Of The Sexes: Franz von Stuck to Frida Kahlo

    A study of gender roles in art between the mid-nineteenth century and the Second World War takes in 140 works; 24th November to 19th March.

  • Europe | Eelde, Museum De Buitenplaats | to 19 Mar 2017 | Exhibition

    Albert Moore. Of Beauty and Aesthetics

    Works by Albert Moore (1841–93) are on view from 10th December to 19th March (then in York).

  • Europe | Geneva, Musée Rath | to 19 Mar 2017 | Exhibition

    Le Retour Des Ténèbres. L'imaginaire Gothique Depuis Frankenstein

    The impact of Gothic fantasy, and the figure of Frankenstein’s monster in particular, on art is studied here; 2nd December to 19th March.

  • North America | Dallas Museum of Art | to 19 Mar 2017 | Exhibition

    Art and Nature in the Middle Ages

    100 objects from the Musée de Cluny, Paris, explore how nature and the supernatural were represented in medieval European art (Fig.90); to 19th March.

  • London | Newport Street Gallery | to 19 Mar 2017 | Exhibition

    Gavin Turk: Who What When Where How & Why

    Over 70 works by Gavin Turk from Damien Hirst’s collection are on view to 19th March.

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Norwich, Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts | to 19 Mar 2017 | Exhibition

    Masters of Japanese Photography

    Masters of Japanese Photography runs to 19th March.

  • Europe | Prague, Galerie Rudolfinum | to 19 Mar 2017 | Exhibition

    Juergen Teller: Enjoy Your Life!

    Recent photographs by Juergen Teller, previously in Bonn, are on view to 19th March (then in Berlin).

  • Europe | Rouen, Musée des Antiquités | to 19 Mar 2017 | Exhibition

    Trésors Enluminés de Normandie, une (re)découverte

    Illuminated manuscripts from collections in Normandy are on view to 19th March.

  • Europe | St Petersburg, State Russian Museum | to 20 Mar 2017 | Exhibition

    Ivan Aivazovsky. The 200th Anniversary of the Artist’s Birth

    100 paintings and 50 graphic works by Ivan Aivazovsky, previously in Moscow, are on view from 22nd December to 20th March.

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Salisbury Museum | to 25 Mar 2017 | Exhibition

    Constable in Context: Salisbury Cathedral from the Meadows in perspective

    An exhibition built around Constable’s Salisbury Cathedral from the meadows (1831) runs to 25th March.

  • New York | Fergus McCaffrey | to 25 Mar 2017 | Exhibition

    Richard Nonas: SLANT

    Installations and sculptures by Richard Nonas; 26th January to 25th March.

  • London | Annely Juda | to 25 Mar 2017 | Exhibition

    Richard Wilson: Stealing Space

    Work by Richard Wilson; 26th January to 25th March.

  • Europe | Munich, Haus der Kunst | to 26 Mar 2017 | Exhibition

    Postwar: Art between the Pacific and Atlantic, 1945–1965

    A massive exhibition that seeks to revise and expand the canon of post-War art; 14th October to 26th March.

  • North America | Lincoln, deCordova Museum and Sculpture Park | to 26 Mar 2017 | Exhibition

    Edward Steichen: Twentieth-Century Photographer

    A survey of Edward Steichen’s photography runs from 7th October to 26th March. Find out more.

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

    Renaissance and Reformation: German Art in the Age of Dürer and Cranach

    Renaissance and Reformation: German Art in the Age of Dürer and Cranach includes over 100 objects, including major loans from German collections; 20th November to 26th March.

  • London | National Gallery | to 26 Mar 2017 | Exhibition

    Australia’s Impressionists

    In the Sunley Room, 41 Australian Impressionist paintings; 7th December to 26th March.

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Edinburgh, Scottish National Portrait Gallery | to 26 Mar 2017 | Exhibition

    The BP Portrait Award 2016

    Previously in London, this exhibition runs from 26th November to 26th March.

  • Europe | Bern, Kunstmuseum | to 26 Mar 2017 | Exhibition

    From Raphael to Rubens: The Collections of the Princes of Liechtenstein

    This exhibition runs from 11th November to 26th March.

  • Europe | Bordeaux, Musée des Beaux-Arts de Bordeaux | to 26 Mar 2017 | Exhibition

    La nature silencieuse. Paysages d'Odilon Redon

    Landscapes by Odilon Redon; 9th December to 26th March.

  • Europe | Munich, Kunsthalle | to 26 Mar 2017 | Exhibition

    Spain’s Golden Age: The Era Of Velázquez In Painting And Sculpture

    Previously in Berlin, 130 masterpieces of the Spanish golden age are on view from 25th November to 26th March.

  • North America | Hartford, Wadsworth Atheneum | to 26 Mar 2017 | Exhibition

    Utamaro and the Lure of Japan

    Utamaro and the Lure of Japan examines the museum’s extensive collection of Japanese art and its history; 7th January to 26th March.

  • Europe | Metz, Centre Pompidou | to 27 Mar 2017 | Exhibition

    Musicircus. Masterpieces from the Centre Pompidou Collection

    Previously in Liverpool and Frankfurt, works from the Pompidou, Museum für moderne Kunst and Tate collections are displayed in a fictional doomsday scenario; 19th October to 27th March.

  • Europe | Metz, Centre Pompidou | to 27 Mar 2017 | Exhibition

    An Imagined Museum. What if art were to disappear?

    Previously in Liverpool and Frankfurt, works from the Pompidou, Museum für moderne Kunst and Tate collections are displayed in a fictional doomsday scenario; to 27th March.

  • Europe | Paris, Centre Pompidou | to 27 Mar 2017 | Exhibition

    Kollektsia! Contemporary Art in the USSR and Russia. 1950-2000

    The major gift of 250 works of Russian art from the second half of the twentieth century by Vladimir Potanin is on view to 27th March.

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Wakefield, The Hepworth | to 31 Mar 2017 | Exhibition

    Anthea Hamilton Reimagines Kettle's Yard

    An installation by Anthea Hamilton responding to the previous exhibition of works from Kettle’s Yard is on view from 15th September to March.

  • Europe | Darmstadt, Kunst Archiv | to 31 Mar 2017 | Exhibition

    Artists during the First World War: Ludwig Meidner, Karl Deppert, Karl Thylmann, Josef Eberz and Others

    From 23rd October to 31st March.

  • Europe | Madrid, Palacio Real | to 31 Mar 2017 | Exhibition

    Charles III: Majesty and Sumptuousness

    An exhibition devoted to the portraits of Charles III of Spain runs to 31st March; to be reviewed.

  • New York | Grey Art Gallery | to 1 Apr 2017 | Exhibition

    Inventing Downtown: Artist-Run Galleries in New York City, 1952–1965

    An exhibition examines artist-run galleries in New York in the 1950s and 1960s and their role in fostering Pop and minimal art; 10th January to 1st April.

  • London | Tate Modern | to 2 Apr 2017 | Exhibition

    Hyundai Commission. Philippe Parreno: Anywhen

    The latest Turbine Hall installation is by Philippe Parreno; 4th October to 2nd April.

  • London | Tate Modern | to 2 Apr 2017 | Exhibition

    Robert Rauschenberg

    The first Rauschenberg exhibition in Britain for 35 years surveys the entirety of his œuvre; to 2nd April (then in New York and San Francisco; see also Offer Waterman); to be reviewed.

  • North America | Chicago, Alphawood Gallery | to 2 Apr 2017 | Exhibition

    Art AIDS America

     Previously in Tacoma and New York, Art AIDS America, reviewed on pp.1007–09, runs to 2nd April.

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

    The Heritage of the Old Kings. Ctesiphon and the Persian Sources of Islamic Art

    At the Pergamonmuseum, an exhibition examines the influence of the Sassanid empire on the evolution of Islamic art and culture; 15th November to 2nd April.

  • Europe | Paris, Musée du quai Branly | to 2 Apr 2017 | Exhibition

    From The Jordan River To The Congo River

    The influence of Christian symbolism on central African art is studied here; to 2nd April.

  • Europe | St Petersburg, State Hermitage Museum | to 2 Apr 2017 | Exhibition

    Perfection in Details. The Art of Japan in the Meiji Period (1868-1912)

    Some 700 objects produced in the Meiji period (1868–1912) in Japan, drawn from a private collection, are on view from 12th November to 2nd April.

  • North America | Los Angeles, J. Paul Getty Museum | to 2 Apr 2017 | Exhibition

    Bouchardon: Royal Artist of the Enlightenment

    The international loan exhibition Bouchardon: Royal Artist of the Enlightenment, previously in Paris, runs from 10th January to 2nd April; to be reviewed.

  • North America | Madison, Chazen Museum of Art | to 2 Apr 2017 | Exhibition

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

    The first exhibition devoted to the Neapolitan painter Francesco de Mura (1696–1782), previously in Winter Park FL and reviewed in the December issue, runs from 20th January to 2nd April (then in Poughkeepsie).

  • North America | Toronto, Art Gallery of Ontario | to 2 Apr 2017 | Exhibition

    Francis Alÿs: A Story of Negotiation

    Previously in Mexico City, Buenos Aires and Havana, a retrospective of Francis Alÿs’s recent work runs to 2nd April.

  • London | Leighton House Museum | to 2 Apr 2017 | Exhibition

    Flaming June: The Making of an Icon

    Leighton’s Flaming June from the Museo de Arte de Ponce in Puerto Rico is shown with other paintings submitted by the artist to the Royal Academy in 1895; to 2nd April.

  • Europe | Otterlo, Kröller-Müller Museum | to 6 Apr 2017 | Exhibition

    The Early Van Gogh

    This exhibition focuses on the painter’s representations of peasant life in over 120 works from the collection; 24th September to 9th April (see also Amsterdam).

  • North America | Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts | to 9 Apr 2017 | Exhibition

    World War I and American Art

    The impact of the First World War on American art is assessed through works by some 80 artists; 4th November to 9th April (then in New York and Tennessee).

  • North America | Cambridge MA, Harvard Art Museums | to 9 Apr 2017 | Exhibition

    Doris Salcedo: The Materiality of Mourning

    Installations by Doris Salcedo; to 9th April.

  • Rest of the World | Doha, Mathaf: Arab Museum of Modern Art and QM Gallery Al Riwaq | to 16 Apr 2017 | Exhibition

    Dia Al-Azzawi: A Retrospective (from 1963 until tomorrow)

    A major retrospective devoted to the Iraqi, London-based artist Dia Al-Azzawi runs from 16th October to 16th April. Find out more.

  • New York | Luhring Augustine | to 16 Apr 2017 | Exhibition

    Jeremy Moon

     At Bushwick, works by the British abstract painter Jeremy Moon (1934–73); 13th January to 16th April.

  • North America | François (Martinique), Fondation Clément | to 16 Apr 2017 | Exhibition

    Le Geste et la Matière | une Abstraction "autre" Paris, 1945-1965

    Works of post-War French non-geometric abstraction by Soulages, Dubuffet and others from the Centre Pompidou; 22nd January to 16th April.

  • North America | Jacksonville, Cummer Museum | to 16 Apr 2017 | Exhibition

    Academic Splendor: Nineteenth-Century Masterworks from the Dahesh Museum of Art

    Works by Gérôme, Leighton and other nineteenth-century academic painters from the Dahesh Museum of Art, New York; 27th January to 16th April.

  • North America | Los Angeles, J. Paul Getty Museum | to 16 Apr 2017 | Exhibition

    The Sculptural Line

    An exhibition probes the interrelationship of sculpture and drawing; 17th January to 16th April.

  • North America | Portland Art Museum | to 16 Apr 2017 | Exhibition

    Rodin: The Human Experience

     52 bronzes by Rodin from the Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Collections; 21st January to 16th April.

  • London | Queen's Gallery | to 17 Apr 2017 | Exhibition

    Portrait of the Artist

    An exhibition showcases the Royal Collection’s portraits and self-portraits of artists, from Rubens to Leighton; 4th November to 17th April.

  • Europe | Treviso, Museo di S. Catarina | to 17 Apr 2017 | Exhibition

    History of Impressionism

    Major surveys of Impressionism and Italian painting in the second half of the twentieth century run to 17th April.

  • Europe | Vienna, Museum Moderner Kunst | to 17 Apr 2017 | Exhibition

    Július Koller: One Man Anti Show

    Previously in Warsaw, the most comprehensive retrospective for the Slovak post-War artist Július Koller to date runs from 25th November to 17th April.

  • Europe | Toulouse, Musée des Augustins | to 17 Apr 2017 | Exhibition

    Fenêtre sur cours

    The theme of the courtyard in art from the sixteenth century to the present day; 10th December to 17th April.

  • North America | St Petersburg FL, Dalí Museum | to 17 Apr 2017 | Exhibition

    Frida Kahlo at The Dali

    More than 60 works by Frida Kahlo; to 17th April.

  • London | National Maritime Museum | to 17 Apr 2017 | Exhibition

    Emma Hamilton: Seduction and Celebrity

    Emma Hamilton’s life, taste and the figure she cut in the art of her time are illustrated through 200 objects; to 17th April.

  • Europe | Tours, Musée des Beaux-Arts | to 17 Apr 2017 | Exhibition

    Delacroix Orientaliste: Le Voyage au Maroc

    An exhibition examines Delacroix’s trip to Morocco in 1832 through contemporary examples of Orientalist art; to 27th February.

  • Europe | Rolandseck, Arp Museum | to 23 Apr 2017 | Exhibition

    Ready for the Stage / Act 1 (1900-2016)

    The first of two exhibitions surveying the relationship between the visual and performing arts from the sixteenth century to the present day runs from 23rd September to 23rd April. 

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Manchester, Whitworth | to 23 Apr 2017 | Exhibition

    Marcantonio Raimondi and Raphael

    An exhibition devoted to the pioneering Bolognese printmaker Marcantonio Raimondi includes numerous loans from British collections; to 23rd April; to be reviewed.

  • London | Design Museum | to 23 Apr 2017 | Exhibition

    Fear and Love: Reactions to a Complex World

    Eleven installations by designers and architects are on show in the new Kensington museum; to 23rd April.

  • London | Two Temple Place | to 23 Apr 2017 | Exhibition

    Sussex Modernism: Retreat and Rebellion

    More than 120 works comprise a study of Modernism in Sussex, from Duncan Grant and Vanessa Bell at Charleston to the Surrealism of Dalí and Eileen Agar; 28th January to 23rd April.

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Manchester Art Gallery | to 23 Apr 2017 | Exhibition

    Wynford Dewhurst: Manchester’s Monet

    A retrospective of the Manchester-based painter and theorist of French Impressionism Wynford Dewhurst (1864–1941) runs to 23rd April.

  • Europe | Copenhagen, Statens Museum for Kunst | to 23 Apr 2017 | Exhibition

    Japanomania in the North 1875-1918

    Japanomania in the North, 1875–1918, previously in Helsinki and Oslo; 19th January to 23rd April.

  • Europe | Humlebæk, Louisiana Museum of Modern Art. | to 23 Apr 2017 | Exhibition

    Louisiana On Paper: Barnett Newman

    Works on paper by Barnett Newman; 7th January to 23rd April.

     

  • Europe | Paris, Centre Pompidou | to 24 Apr 2017 | Exhibition

    Cy Twombly

    140 paintings, drawings, sculptures and photographs by Cy Twombly form an overview of his work; to 24th April.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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 | 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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 inaug-ural exhibition includes around 90 Impressionist landscapes; 23rd January to 28th 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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).