Highlights

  • London | South London Gallery. | to 23 Feb 2018 | Exhibition

    Michael Armitage: The Chapel

    Large-scale paintings by Michael Armitage.

  • New York | Gagosian. | to 24 Feb 2018 | Exhibition

    Tom Wesselmann: Standing Still Lifes

    At West 24th St., Tom Wesselmann’s standing still lifes are on view from 18th January to 24th February.

  • New York | Mary Boone. | to 24 Feb 2018 | Exhibition

    Stefanie Heinze. Food for the Young (Oozing Out)

    A solo shows for Stefanie Heinze.

  • New York | Mary Boone. | to 24 Feb 2018 | Exhibition

    Kathe Burkhart. From the Liz Taylor Series.

    A solo exhibition by Kathe Burkhart.

  • London | Skarstedt. | to 24 Feb 2018 | Exhibition

    Juan Muñoz: Arenas

    Figurative sculptures by Juan Muñoz.

  • London | Waddington Custot. | to 24 Feb 2018 | Exhibition

    Allan D’Arcangelo: Pi in the Sky

    Paintings from the 1960s to the 1980s by Allan D’Arcangelo.

  • New York | Lisson Gallery. | to 24 Feb 2018 | Exhibition

    Jason Martin

    At West 24th St., a new body of paintings by Jason Martin.

  • New York | Lisson Gallery. | to 24 Feb 2018 | Exhibition

    Channa Horwitz

    At 10th Ave. is a solo show by Channa Horwitz.

  • New York | Mitchell-Innes & Nash. | to 24 Feb 2018 | Exhibition

    Eddie Martinez: Love Letters, Yard Work

    Two exhibitions of new work by Eddie Martinez occupy the gallery’s Chelsea and Madison Avenue locations.

  • 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.

  • Europe | Paris, Musée d'Orsay. | to 25 Feb 2018 | Exhibition

    Degas, danse, dessin: un hommage à Degas

    Paul Valéry’s essay Degas Danse Dessin provides the impetus for an exhibition examining shared themes in the poet’s and the painter’s works.

  • Europe | Tallinn, Kadriorg Art Museum. | to 25 Feb 2018 | Exhibition

    With a Curious Eye. Mannerist Painting from the National Museum in Warsaw

    Around 40 Mannerist paintings from the National Museum, Warsaw.

  • Europe | Madrid. | to 25 Feb 2018 | Fairs

    ARCOmadrid

    The fair runs from 21st to 25th February.

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

    Being There

    Contemporary artists reflect on humanity in the digital age.

  • Europe | Moscow, Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts. | to 25 Feb 2018 | Exhibition

    Peredvizhniki and Impressionists. On the Way to the 20th Century

    The Russian Peredvizhniki are presented alongside their French contemporaries, the Impressionists.

  • 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.

  • London | Beaux Arts. | to 3 Mar 2018 | Exhibition

    The Poetry of the Real

    A modern British art show includes work by Walter Sickert and Jacob Epstein.

  • London | Block 336. | to 3 Mar 2018 | Exhibition

    Bloomberg New Contemporaries 2017

    Bloomberg New Contemporaries 2017 was previously in Gateshead.

  • New York | Pace Gallery. | to 3 Mar 2018 | Exhibition

    Louise Nevelson: Black and White

    At West 24th St., twenty painted black and white sculptures, installations and reliefs by Louise Nevelson.

  • New York | Paul Kasmin. | to 3 Mar 2018 | Exhibition

    Robert Indiana

    At West 27th St., a solo show by Robert Indiana.

  • New York | Paul Kasmin. | to 3 Mar 2018 | Exhibition

    Judith Bernstein: Money Shot

    At 10th Ave., an exhibition of new paintings by Judith Bernstein.

  • New York | Paul Kasmin. | to 3 Mar 2018 | Exhibition

    Tina Barney: Landscapes

    At 10th Ave., an exhibition of landscape photographs by Tina Barney.

  • 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.

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Nottingham Contemporary. | to 4 Mar 2018 | Exhibition

    From Ear to Ear to Eye: Sounds and Stories from Across the Arab World

    The role of sound and music in art and life in the Arab world is studied here; 16th December to 4th March.

  • Europe | Dresden, Staatliche Kunstsammlungen. | to 4 Mar 2018 | Exhibition

    Focus Albertinum: Auguste Rodin and Eugène Druet

    Sculptures by Rodin are accompanied by Eugène Druet’s photographs of his work.

  • London | Drawing Room. | to 4 Mar 2018 | Exhibition

    Everything we do is music

    The influence of Indian classical music in modern and contemporary works on paper.

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Colchester, Firstsite. | to 4 Mar 2018 | Exhibition

    Rose Finn-Kelcey: Power for the People

    A survey of four decades of Rose Finn-Kelcey’s work.

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Derby Museum & Art Gallery. | to 4 Mar 2018 | Exhibition

    ARTIST ROOMS. Richard Long: Drawn from the Land

    An ARTIST ROOMS exhibition of works by Richard Long.

  • Rest of the World | Kyoto, Musée national d’Art Moderne. | to 4 Mar 2018 | Exhibition

    Van Gogh & Japan

    Van Gogh’s Japonisme is the subject of an exhibition here.

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

    Japanorama. A new vision on art since 1970

    Japanese art since 1970.

  • Europe | Lyon, Musée des Beaux-Arts. | to 5 Mar 2018 | Exhibition

    Los Modernos. Dialogues France/Mexique

    Previously in Mexico City and Guadalajara, a loans exhibition compares examples of Mexican and European Modernism.

  • North America | Pasadena, Norton Simon Museum. | to 5 Mar 2018 | Exhibition

    Rembrandt’s ‘Self Portrait at the Age of 34’ on loan from The National Gallery, London

    Rembrandt’s Self Portrait at the Age of 34 (1640) from the National Gallery, London, is on view here.

  • London | Pace Gallery. | to 9 Mar 2018 | Exhibition

    Tara Donovan. Compositions

    Recent works by Tara Donovan; 24th January to 9th March.

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Warwick, Mead Gallery. | to 10 Mar 2018 | Exhibition

    Clare Woods: Reality Dimmed

    Paintings by Clare Woods.

  • London | David Zwirner. | to 10 Mar 2018 | Exhibition

    Bridget Riley: Recent Paintings 2014–2017.

    Paintings produced over the last four years by Bridget Riley.

  • London | White Cube. | to 10 Mar 2018 | Exhibition

    Minjung Kim

    At Mason’s Yard, a retrospective devoted to the Korean painter Minjung Kim.

  • New York | Luhring Augustine. | to 10 Mar 2018 | Exhibition

    Of Earth and Heaven: Art from the Middle Ages

    At Chelsea, an exhibition of Late Medieval objects produced in association with Sam Fogg includes stonework from Canterbury Cathedral.

  • 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.

  • London | Royal Academy. | to 11 Mar 2018 | Exhibition

    From Life

    An exhibition compares historic paintings and contemporary works made from life; 11th December to 11th March.

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Birmingham, Ikon Gallery. | to 11 Mar 2018 | Exhibition

    Thomas Bock

    Drawings, paintings and photographs by the Birmingham-born Australian convict artist Thomas Bock.

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Birmingham, Ikon Gallery | to 11 Mar 2018 | Exhibition

    Edmund Clark

    Work created by Edmund Clark as Ikon’s artist-in-residence at HMP Grendon.

  • Europe | Nantes, Musée d’arts. | to 11 Mar 2018 | Exhibition

    Nicolas Régnier: La poétique de la séduction

    The first retrospective devoted to the Flemish Caravaggist painter Nicolas Régnier.

  • Europe | Prague, Galerie Rudolfinum. | to 11 Mar 2018 | Exhibition

    Glenn Brown

    Paintings, drawings and sculptures by Glenn Brown; 13th December to 11th March.

  • New York | Metropolitan Museum of Art. | to 11 Mar 2018 | Exhibition

    The Silver Caesars: A Renaissance Mystery

    The twelve sixteenth-century silver cups making up the Aldobrandini Tazze are reunited here for the first time since the nineteenth century; 12th December to 11th March (then in Waddesdon).

  • Rest of the World | Singapore, National Gallery. | to 11 Mar 2018 | Exhibition

    Colours of Impressionism: Masterpieces from the Musée d’Orsay

    Around 60 Impressionist works from the Musée d’Orsay are on view here.

  • Europe | Zagreb, Klovićevi Dvori Gallery. | to 11 Mar 2018 | Exhibition

    Vlaho Bukovac in Europe

    An exhibition devoted to the Croatian painter Vlaho Bukovac’s years in Paris and England runs from 18th January to 11th March

  • New York | Noguchi Museum. | to 11 Mar 2018 | Exhibition

    The Sculpture of Gonzalo Fonseca

    Uruguayan sculptor Gonzalo Fonseca is the subject of a retrospective.

  • Rest of the World | Singapore, National Gallery. | to 11 Mar 2018 | Exhibition

    Between Worlds: Raden Saleh and Juan Luna

    An exhibition devoted to the Indonesian painter Raden Saleh and Filipino artist Juan Luna, both of whom became court painters in nineteenth-century Europe.

  • New York | Museum of Modern Art. | to 11 Mar 2018 | Exhibition

    Tania Brugera: Untitled (Havana, 2000)

    Tania Brugera’s installation Untitled (Havana, 2000), first shown and censored at the seventh Havana Biennial, is on view here.

  • North America | Orlando, Mennello Museum of American Art. | to 11 Mar 2018 | Exhibition

    Grace Hartigan 1960–1965, The Perry Collection

    Paintings and collages by Grace Hartigan.

  • Europe | Darmstadt, Hessisches Landesmuseum. | to 11 Mar 2018 | Exhibition

    Der Mainzer Goldschmuck

    An exhibition studies the history of the medieval German treasure known as the Mainzer Goldschmuck.

  • 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 | Bath, Victoria Art Gallery. | to 14 Mar 2018 | Exhibition

    Entertainment in Bath

    Representations and artefacts of high and low entertainment in regency Bath.

  • London | Browse & Darby. | to 16 Mar 2018 | Exhibition

    Degas & Rodin

    Sculptures by Degas and Rodin. 

  • New York | Acquavella. | to 16 Mar 2018 | Exhibition

    California Landscapes: Richard Diebenkorn | Wayne Thiebaud

    Californian landscapes by Wayne Thiebaud and Richard Diebenkorn.

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Leeds, Stanley & Audrey Burton Gallery. | to 17 Mar 2018 | Exhibition

    Austin Wright: Emerging Forms

    Sculptures and drawings by Austin Wright.

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Sheffield, Graves Gallery. | to 17 Mar 2018 | Exhibition

    Dan Holdsworth: Mapping the Limits of Space

    New works by the photographer and digital artist Dan Holdsworth.

  • London | Gagosian. | to 17 Mar 2018 | Exhibition

    Glenn Brown: Come to Dust

    At Grosvenor Hill, paintings, drawings, etchings and sculptures by Glenn Brown.

  • 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.

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Liverpool, Walker Art Gallery | to 18 Mar 2018 | Exhibition

    Lubaina Himid: Meticulous Observations and Naming the Money

    Works from the Arts Council Collection selected by Lubaina Himid.

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Keele University. | to 18 Mar 2018 | Exhibition

    Claude Cahun: Behind this Mask

    Photographs by Claude Cahun, previously in Leicester; 13th January to 18th March.

  • North America | Washington, Smithsonian American Art Museum. | to 18 Mar 2018 | Exhibition

    Tamayo: the New York Years

    Works produced by the modern Mexican artist Rufino Tamayo in New York are gathered here; reviewed in the February issue.

  • Europe | Florence, Gallerie dell’Accademmia. | to 18 Mar 2018 | Exhibition

    Fabric and Wealth in Florence in the fourteenth century. Wool, silk, painting.

    An exhibition studies Florentine fabric production and exportation in the fourteenth century and its impact on art-making.

  • 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.

  • London | Victoria Miro. | to 24 Mar 2018 | Exhibition

    Jules de Balincourt: They Cast Long Shadows

    At George St., new works by the Brooklyn-based painter Jules de Balincourt.

  • London | Victoria Miro. | to 24 Mar 2018 | Exhibition

    Jorge Prado

    At Wharf Rd., a solo exhibition by the Cuban-American artist Jorge Pardo.

  • 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.

  • Europe | Eindhoven, Van Abbemuseum. | to 25 Mar 2018 | Exhibition

    Rasheed Araeen: A Retrospective

    A major survey of Rasheed Araeen’s work.

  • London | Chisenhale Gallery. | to 25 Mar 2018 | Exhibition

    Lydia Ourahmane

    An exhibition by the Algerian-born artist Lydia Ourahmane runs from 26th January to 25th March.

  • Europe | Villeneuve d’Ascq, LaM. | to 25 Mar 2018 | Exhibition

    Les refuges du récit. Écritures, langues et mondes imaginaires à partir de l’art brut

    An outsider art exhibition produced in collaboration with the American Folk Art Museum, New York.

  • Europe | Paris, Centre Pompidou. | to 26 Mar 2018 | Exhibition

    César

    A retrospective devoted to the post-War French sculptor César runs from 13th December to 26th March.

  • London | Timothy Taylor. | to 29 Mar 2018 | Exhibition

    Freeform: Jean Dubuffet, Simon Hantaï and Charlotte Perriand

    An exhibition combines works by Jean Dubuffet, Simon Hantaï and Charlotte Perriand.

  • London | Sprüth Magers. | to 31 Mar 2018 | Exhibition

    Crossroads: Kauffman, Judd and Morris

    Works by Donald Judd, Craig Kauffman and Robert Morris; 19th January to 31st March.

  • New York | Grey Art Gallery. | to 31 Mar 2018 | Exhibition

    Baya: Woman of Algiers

    An exhibition devoted to the Algerian modernist painter Baya Mahieddine (1931–98).

  • New York | Grey Art Gallery. | to 31 Mar 2018 | Exhibition

    The Beautiful Brain: The Drawings of Santiago Ramón y Cajal

    An exhibition explores the drawings of Santiago Ramón y Cajal, the ‘father of modern neuroscience’.

  • 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.

  • North America | Salem, Peabody Essex Museum. | to 1 Apr 2018 | Exhibition

    Georgia O'Keeffe: Living Modern

    Previously in New York and Winston-Salem, Georgia O’Keeffe: Living Modern runs from 16th December to 1st April.

  • North America | Chicago, Art Institute. | to 1 Apr 2018 | Exhibition

    Shockingly Mad: Henry Fuseli and the Art of Drawing

    Drawings by Henry Fuseli.

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

    Modigliani

    A retrospective of Amedeo Modigliani's work.

  • 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 | Frankfurt, Museum für Moderne Kunst. | to 2 Apr 2018 | Exhibition

    A Tale of Two Worlds. Experimental Latin American Art in Dialogue with the MMK Collection: 1940s–1980s

    Post-War European and American art is placed in dialogue with experimental Latin American art of the same era in a massive exhibition.

  • New York | Hauser & Wirth. | to 7 Apr 2018 | Exhibition

    Zhang Enli: The Garden

    At 22nd St., a solo exhibition by Zhang Enli.

  • New York | Hauser & Wirth. | to 7 Apr 2018 | Exhibition

    Fabio Mauri. With Out

    At 22nd St., a solo show of Fabio Mauri's work.

  • New York | Hauser & Wirth. | to 7 Apr 2018 | Exhibition

    Allan Kaprow. Paintings New York

    At 69th St., paintings made by Allan Kaprow in New York.

  • New York | Matthew Marks. | to 7 Apr 2018 | Exhibition

    Martin Barré

    Martin Barré; 17th February to 7th April.

  • New York | Matthew Marks. | to 7 Apr 2018 | Exhibition

    Thomas Demand

    At West 24th St., the gallery hosts a solo exhibition by Thomas Demand. 

  • 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.

  • Europe | Berlin, Staatliche Museen. | to 8 Apr 2018 | Exhibition

    In the Realm of the Mistletoe Druids. The Graphic Work of Yves Tanguy

    At the Sammlung Scharf-Gerstenberg, prints by Yves Tanguy are on view from 8th December to 8th April.

  • Europe | Berlin, Staatliche Museen. | to 8 Apr 2018 | Exhibition

    Willi Baumeister. The Draftsman. Figure and Abstraction in the Works on Paper

    At the Kupferstichkabinett, around 100 drawings by Willi Baumeister (1889–1955); 9th December to 8th April.

  • Europe | Düsseldorf, Kunstsammlung Nordrhein-Westfalen. | to 8 Apr 2018 | Exhibition

    Carmen Herrera – Lines of Sight

    An enlarged version of the Carmen Herrera retrospective previously in New York.

  • Europe | Schweinfurt, Museum Georg Schäfer. | to 8 Apr 2018 | Exhibition

    Back to Paradise – Meisterwerke des Expressionismus

    Expressionism from the Osthaus Museum Hagen and the Häuptli Collection is on view here from 16th December to 8th April.

  • Europe | Vicenza, Basilica Palladiana. | to 8 Apr 2018 | Exhibition

    Van Gogh: Between Wheat and Sky

    A Linea d’ombra exhibition devoted to Van Gogh includes more than 100 loans from the Kröller-Müller Museum, Otterlo.

  • London | Estorick Collection. | to 8 Apr 2018 | Exhibition

    The Enchanted Room: Modern Works from the Pinacoteca di Brera

    Early twentieth-century Italian art from the Pinacoteca di Brera, Milan, originally from the collection of Emilio and Maria Jesi; 24th January to 8th April.

  • London | Camden Arts Centre. | to 8 Apr 2018 | Exhibition

    Giorgio Griffa. A Continuous Becoming

    A solo show for the Italian abstract painter Giorgio Griffa (b.1936).

  • London | White Cube. | to 8 Apr 2018 | Exhibition

    Andreas Gursky

    At Bermondsey, a solo show by Andreas Gursky.

  • London | White Cube. | to 8 Apr 2018 | Exhibition

    Eddie Peake: Concrete Pitch

    A solo show by Eddie Peake is on view at Bermondsey.

  • London | White Cube. | to 8 Apr 2018 | Exhibition

    He Xiangyu

    At Bermondsey, work by He Xiangyu.

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Eastbourne, Towner Art Gallery. | to 8 Apr 2018 | Exhibition

    We stared at the Moon from the centre of the Sun: Haroon Mirza Curates the Arts Council Collection

    Works from the Arts Council Collection, curated by Haroon Mirza.

  • Europe | Florence, Museo Nazionale del Bargello. | to 8 Apr 2018 | Exhibition

    Da Brooklyn al Bargello: Giovanni della Robbia

    Giovanni della Robbia’s terracotta relief Resurrection of Christ (c.1500–20; Brooklyn Museum, New York), restored in 2016, is exhibited here.

  • North America | Pasadena, Norton Simon Museum. | to 9 Apr 2018 | Exhibition

    Taking Shape: Degas as Sculptor

    The Museum’s collection of modèles by Degas forms the basis of an exhibition exploring his sculptural work.

  • London | Tornabuoni Art. | to 13 Apr 2018 | Exhibition

    Piero Dorazio: Chromatic Fantasies (1948-82)

    A solo show devoted to the Italian abstract painter Piero Dorazio.

  • London | Gagosian. | to 14 Apr 2018 | Exhibition

    Vera Lutter: Turning Time

    At Britannia St., a solo exhibition by Vera Lutter.

  • London | Gagosian. | to 14 Apr 2018 | Exhibition

    Nancy Rubins. Diversifolia.

    At Britannia St., a solo exhibition by Nancy Rubins is on view.

  • London | Jewish Museum. | to 15 Apr 2018 | Exhibition

    Designs on Britain

    An exhibition examines the impact of Jewish émigré designers on British design in the twentieth century.

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery. | to 15 Apr 2018 | Exhibition

    Coming Out

    An exhibition drawn from the Arts Council collection of works by artists concerned with gender and sexuality, previously in Liverpool.

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Edinburgh, Queen’s Gallery, Palace of Holyroodhouse. | to 15 Apr 2018 | Exhibition

    Splendours of the Subcontinent: A Prince's Tour of India 1875–6

    Previously in Bradford and Leicester, objects collected by Edward, Prince of Wales, on his 1875 tour of the Indian subcontinent are on view here from 15th December to 15th April.

  • Europe | Dresden, Staatliche Kunstsammlungen. | to 15 Apr 2018 | Exhibition

    Carl Lohse. Expressionist

    Carl Lohse’s Expressionism; 15th December to 15th April.

  • London | Royal Academy. | to 15 Apr 2018 | Exhibition

    Charles I: King and Collector

    Some 150 objects from the collection of King Charles I are reunited here; 27th January to 15th April.

  • Europe | Berlin, Staatliche Museen. | to 15 Apr 2018 | Exhibition

    Copy and Mastery

    At the Pergamonmuseum, miniature paintings and calligraphy produced in India between the sixteenth and nineteenth century are on view from 26th January to 15th April.

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

    Birds of a Feather: Joseph Cornell's Homage to Juan Gris

    Boxes created by Joseph Cornell in response to Juan Gris’s The man at the café (1914), part of the Lauder gift to the Musuem, are placed in dialogue with the painting; 23rd January to 15th April.

  • London | Calvert 22. | to 15 Apr 2018 | Exhibition

    Post-Soviet Visions: image and identity in the new Eastern Europe

    A group show of photographers from the independent states of the former Soviet Union; 23rd February to 15th April.

  • London | Courtauld Gallery. | to 15 Apr 2018 | Exhibition

    Antoine Caron: Drawing for Catherine de’ Medici

    Drawings produced by Antoine Caron for his patron, Catherine de’ Medici, Queen of France.

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Hastings, Jerwood Gallery. | to 15 Apr 2018 | Exhibition

    Gus Cummins: Off the Wall

    A solo exhibition by Gus Cummins (b.1943).

  • North America | Poughkeepsie, Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center. | to 18 Apr 2018 | Exhibition

    People are Beautiful: Photographs, Prints, and Films by Andy Warhol

    People are Beautiful: Photographs, Prints, and Films by Andy Warhol runs from 26th January to 18th April.

  • Europe | Berlin, Alte Nationalgalerie. | to 18 Apr 2018 | Exhibition

    Rodin – Rilke – Hofmannsthal. Man and His Genius

    Rodin’s bronze figurine Man and his Genius (1896), and the inspiration it provided Rilke and the work’s original owner, Hugo von Hofmannsthal, are the subjects of an exhibition here.

  • New York | Matthew Marks. | to 21 Apr 2018 | Exhibition

    Robert Gober: Tick Tock

    At West 22nd St., works by Robert Gober are on view from 23rd February to 21st April.

  • London | Hayward Gallery. | to 22 Apr 2018 | Exhibition

    Andreas Gursky

    The Gallery reopens with a survey of Andreas Gursky’s photography; 25th January to 22nd April.

  • New York | Brooklyn Museum. | to 22 Apr 2018 | Exhibition

    Rodin at the Brooklyn Museum: The Body in Bronze

    Almost 60 Rodin sculptures acquired by the Museum in 1983 are on view.

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Eastbourne, Towner Art Gallery. | to 22 Apr 2018 | Exhibition

    Andy Holden & Peter Holden: Natural Selection

    A project by artist Andy Holden and his father, ornithologist Peter Holden, previously in London, is on view here (then in Leeds).

  • New York | Frick Collection. | to 22 Apr 2018 | Exhibition

    Zurbarán's Jacob and His Twelve Sons: Paintings from Auckland Castle

    Zurbarán’s series of paintings of The sons of Jacob from Auckland Castle, previously in Dallas, are exhibited here following technical study at the Kimbell Museum of Art, Fort Worth.

  • North America | Sacramento, Crocker Art Museum. | to 22 Apr 2018 | Exhibition

    E. Charlton Fortune: The Colorful Spirit

    A retrospective dedicated to the minor Californian painter E. Charlton Fortune (1885–1969).

  • North America | Williamstown, Clark Art Institute. | to 22 Apr 2018 | Exhibition

    Drawn to Greatness: Master Drawings from the Thaw Collection

    Previously in New York, more than 150 master drawings from the Eugene Thaw Collection are on view here.

  • North America | Bentonville, Crystal Bridges Museum of Art. | to 23 Apr 2018 | Exhibition

    Soul of a Nation: Art in the Age of Black Power

    Previously in London and reviewed in the October issue, Soul of a Nation: Art in the Age of Black Power is on view here.

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Chichester, Pallant House Gallery. | to 24 Apr 2018 | Exhibition

    Leonard Rosoman: Painting Theatre

    A series of works by Leonard Rosoman depicting John Osborne’s play A Patriot for Me (1965).

  • London | Piano Nobile. | to 28 Apr 2018 | Exhibition

    From Omega to Charleston: The Art of Vanessa Bell And Duncan Grant 1910–1934

    At Holland Park, a loan show of paintings from 1910 to 1937 from private collections, plus ceramics, by Vanessa Bell and Duncan Grant runs from 16th February to 28th April.

  • Europe | Basel, Fondation Beyeler. | to 29 Apr 2018 | Exhibition

    Georg Baselitz

    A retrospective of almost 100 works by Georg Baselitz; 21st January to 29th April.

  • Europe | Basel, Kunstmuseum. | to 29 Apr 2018 | Exhibition

    Georg Baselitz: Works on Paper

    Works on paper by Georg Baselitz; 21st January to 29th April.

  • Europe | Berlin, Staatliche Museen. | to 29 Apr 2018 | Exhibition

    Berlin Treasure Houses. 150 Years of Kunstgewerbemuseum

    At the Kunstgewerbemuseum, a display tracing the development of the museum marks its 150th anniversary; to 29th April.

  • New York | Morgan Library & Museum. | to 29 Apr 2018 | Exhibition

    Power and Grace: Drawings by Rubens, Van Dyck, and Jordaens

    Power and Grace: Drawings by Rubens, Van Dyck, and Jordaens includes works from the Morgan and select local collections; 19th January to 29th April.

  • North America | Hartford, Wadsworth Atheneum. | to 29 Apr 2018 | Exhibition

    Mirror, Mirror

    Mirrors in art since the 1960s from the collection.

  • Great Britain and Ireland | St Ives, Tate. | to 29 Apr 2018 | Exhibition

    Virginia Woolf: an Exhibition Inspired by her Writings

    Virginia Woolf’s writings provide the starting point of an exhibition exploring public and private space, landscape and identity through a feminist lens; 10th February to 29th April.

  • New York | Morgan Library & Museum. | to 29 Apr 2018 | Exhibition

    Now and Forever: The Art of Medieval Time

    An exhibition explores how time was measured and conceptualised in the Middle Ages through illuminated manuscripts from the collection.

  • North America | Princeton University Art Museum. | to 29 Apr 2018 | Exhibition

    The Artist Sees Differently: Modern Still Lifes from The Phillips Collection

    Modern still lifes, from Cézanne to O’Keeffe, from the Phillips Collections, Washington.

  • 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.

  • Europe | Groninger Museum | to 6 May 2018 | Exhibition

    Romanticism in the North from Friedrich to Turner

    Romanticism in the North from Friedrich to Turner runs from 9th December to 6th May.

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Bruton (Somerset), Hauser & Wirth. | to 6 May 2018 | Exhibition

    The Land We Live In – The Land We Left Behind

    A group exhibition runs from 20th January to 6th May.

  • New York | International Center of Photography. | to 6 May 2018 | Exhibition

    Edmund Clark: the Day the Music Died

    British photographer Edmund Clark’s first exhibition in the United States.

  • North America | Los Angeles, Hammer Museum. | to 6 May 2018 | Exhibition

    Stories of Almost Everyone

    A group exhibition featuring thirty artists asks how contemporary art is affected and distorted through its display and interpretation.

  • North America | Los Angeles, J. Paul Getty Museum. | to 6 May 2018 | Exhibition

    Harald Szeemann: Museum of Obsessions

    An exploration of the work and ideas of the exhibition maker Harald Szeemann.

  • North America | Montreal Museum of Fine Arts. | to 6 May 2018 | Exhibition

    Napoleon: Art and Court Life in the Imperial Palace

    Napoleon: Art and Court Life in the Imperial Palace includes over 400 works of fine and decorative art drawn largely from French palaces (then in Richmond, Kansas City and Fontainebleau).

  • North America | Washington, Phillips Collection. | to 6 May 2018 | Exhibition

    After Paul Klee

    An exhibition previously in Bern illustrates Klee’s impact on 10 mid-century American painters.

  • Europe | Copenhagen, Statens Museum for Kunst. | to 6 May 2018 | Exhibition

    Art in the Making

    An exhibition devoted to artistic processes includes numerous works on paper from the Royal Collection of Graphic Art.

  • 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.

  • London | Dulwich Picture Gallery. | to 7 May 2018 | Exhibition

    David Milne: Modern Painting

    David Milne: Modern Painting is the second retrospective devoted to a twentieth-century Canadian artist at the Gallery in the last five years.

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Margate, Turner Contemporary. | to 7 May 2018 | Exhibition

    Journeys with ‘The Waste Land’

    Over 100 works are employed to provide different perspectives on T.S. Eliot’s The Waste Land.

  • Rest of the World | Tokyo, National Art Center. | to 7 May 2018 | Exhibition

    Impressionist Masterpieces from the E.G. Buehrle Collection, Zurich

    Late 19th-century French art from the E.G. Bührle Foundation, previously in Lausanne; 14th February to 7th May (then in Zürich).

  • New York | Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum. | to 9 May 2018 | Exhibition

    Danh Vo: Take My Breath Away

    A survey devoted to Danh Vo.

  • London | Queen’s Gallery, Buckingham Palace. | to 13 May 2018 | Exhibition

    Charles II: Art & Power

    An exhibition explores the Royal Collection’s development and purposes under Charles II; 8th December to 13th May.

  • Europe | Bologna, MAMbo. | to 13 May 2018 | Exhibition

    Revolutija from Chagall to Malevich from Repin to Kandinsky

    A survey of late nineteenth- and early twentieth-century Russian art includes over 70 works from the State Russian Museum, St Petersburg.

  • London | Whitechapel Gallery. | to 13 May 2018 | Exhibition

    Mark Dion: Theatre of the Natural World

    Installations by the artist, explorer and activist Mark Dion.

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Birmingham, Barber Institute. | to 13 May 2018 | Exhibition

    The Rhythm of Light: Scottish Colourists from the Fleming Collection

    Scottish Colourists from the Fleming Collection; 16th February to 13th May.

  • New York | Metropolitan Museum of Art. | to 13 May 2018 | Exhibition

    Thomas Cole’s Journey: Atlantic Crossings

    Thomas Cole’s work is reexamined through the lens of transatlantic cultural exchange in the nineteenth century.

  • North America | Chicago, Art Institute. | to 13 May 2018 | Exhibition

    Mirroring China’s Past: Emperors and Their Bronzes

    More than 180 Chinese bronzes drawn from the Palace Museum in Beijing, the Shanghai Museum and American public and private collections; 25th February to 13th May.

  • North America | Forth Worth, Amon Carter Museum of American Art. | to 13 May 2018 | Exhibition

    A New American Sculpture, 1914–1945: Lachaise, Laurent, Nadelman, and Zorach

    Previously in Portland, ME, an exhibition examines the influence of William Zorach, Elie Nadelman, Gaston Lachaise and Robert Laurent on interwar American sculpture; 17th February to 13th May.

  • North America | Los Angeles, The Broad. | to 13 May 2018 | Exhibition

    Jasper Johns: ‘Something Resembling Truth’

    A retrospective devoted to Jasper Johns, previously in London and reviewed in the December issue, includes over 150 works from the 1950s to the present.

  • New York | Louisville, Speed Art Museum. | to 13 May 2018 | Exhibition

    Her Paris: Women Artists in the Age of Impressionism

    Paintings by female artists of late 19th-century Paris, previously in Denver, are on view from 17th February to 13th May (then in Williamstown).

  • North America | Sacramento, Crocker Art Museum. | to 13 May 2018 | Exhibition

    Faith Ringgold: An American Artist

    Over 40 works from throughout the career of Faith Ringgold; 18th February to 13th May.

  • North America | Seattle Art Museum. | to 13 May 2018 | Exhibition

    Figuring History: Robert Colescott, Kerry James Marshall, Mickalene Thomas

    Works by Kerry James Marshall, Robert Colescott and Mickalene Thomas are united here as exemplars of contemporary American history painting; 15th February to 13th May.

  • North America | Washington, National Gallery of Art. | to 13 May 2018 | Exhibition

    Outliers and American Vanguard Art

    More than 300 works show how the course of American Modernism was changed by outsider art. 

  • North America | Washington, National Gallery of Art. | to 13 May 2018 | Exhibition

    Michel Sittow: Estonian Painter at the Courts of Renaissance Europe

    20 of the few known works by the Estonian Renaissance painter Michel Sittow are on view here.

  • North America | Winston-Salem, Reynolda House Museum of American Art. | to 13 May 2018 | Exhibition

    Frederic Church: A Painter’s Pilgrimage

    Over 50 paintings and studies produced by Frederic Church during and following his travels in Europe, previously in Detroit, are on view here (then in Hartford). 

  • Europe | Barcelona, Fundación Mapfre. | to 13 May 2018 | Exhibition

    Brassaï

    Photographs by Brassaï; 19th February to 13th May.

  • Europe | The Hague, Mauritshuis. | to 13 May 2018 | Exhibition

    Jan Steen’s Histories

    Around twenty of Jan Steen’s Biblical, mythological and history paintings are on view from 13th February to 13th May.

  • Europe | Málaga, Museo Picasso. | to 13 May 2018 | Exhibition

    And Fellini Dreamed of Picasso

    The intersecting interests and means of representation embraced by Picasso and Federico Fellini are studied here; 13th February to 13th May.

  • Europe | Madrid, Fundación Mapfre. | to 20 May 2018 | Exhibition

    Ed van der Elsken

    An overview of work by the Dutch street photographer Ed van der Elsken, previously in Amsterdam and Paris, runs from 23rd January to 20th May.

  • North America | Cleveland Museum of Art. | to 20 May 2018 | Exhibition

    Graphic Discontent: German Expressionism on Paper

    German Expressionist prints and drawings; 14th January to 20th May.

  • New York | Morgan Library & Museum. | to 20 May 2018 | Exhibition

    Peter Hujar: Speed of Life

    Over 150 photographs by Peter Hujar, previously in Madrid, are on view here.

  • North America | Boston, Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum. | to 20 May 2018 | Exhibition

    Fra Angelico: Heaven on Earth

    A Fra Angelico exhibition sees The Dormition and Assumption of the Virgin (1424–34), from the Museum’s collection, reunited with its companion reliquaries from the Museo di San Marco, Florence; 22nd February to 20th May.

  • North America | Cleveland Museum of Art. | to 20 May 2018 | Exhibition

    Eyewitness Views: Making History in Eighteenth-Century Europe

    Previously in Los Angeles and Minneapolis, and reviewed in the October issue, an exhibition of 18th-century view painting runs from 25th February to 20th May.

  • North America | Denver Art Museum. | to 20 May 2018 | Exhibition

    Degas: A Passion for Perfection

    Previously in Cambridge, Degas: A Passion for Perfection explores the Fitzwilliam Museum’s extensive holdings of the artist’s work alongside John Maynard Keynes’s collection from King’s College and international loans; 11th February to 20th May.

  • Rest of the World | Tokyo, Mitsubishi Ichigokan Museum. | to 20 May 2018 | Exhibition

    Flore d’Odilon Redon

    An Odilon Redon exhibition, drawn chiefly from the Musée d’Orsay, Paris, is on view here.

  • Europe | Barcelona, Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya. | to 20 May 2018 | Exhibition

    William Morris and the Arts & Crafts in Great Britain

    Previously in Madrid, William Morris and the Arts & Crafts in Great Britain runs from 22nd February to 20th May.

  • North America | New Haven, Yale University Art Gallery. | to 21 May 2018 | Exhibition

    Japan’s Global Baroque, 1550–1650

    The impact of Japan’s global trade in lacquers, porcelain and textiles on its art during the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries is the subject of an exhibition; 23rd February to 21st May.

  • Europe | Frankfurt, Städel Museum. | to 21 May 2018 | Exhibition

    Rubens: The Power of Transformation

    An exhibition previously in Vienna examines Rubens’s use of Classical and Renaissance sources.

  • Europe | Lausanne, Fondation de l’Hermitage. | to 21 May 2018 | Exhibition

    The Splendor of Pastel from the Renaissance to Today

    Pastels from the sixteenth to the twenty-first centuries from Swiss collections.

  • 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.

  • New York | American Folk Art Museum. | to 27 May 2018 | Exhibition

    Vestiges & Verse: Notes from the Newfangled Epic

    A large presentation of well-known and newly-discovered outsider artists, co-produced with Lille Métropole Musée d’art moderne, runs from 21st January to 27th May.

  • North America | Kansas City, Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art. | to 27 May 2018 | Exhibition

    Fine Lines: Whistler and the American Etching Revival

    Late nineteenth- and early twentieth-century American etchings illustrate the widespread influence of Whistler.

  • New York | Met Breuer. | to 27 May 2018 | Exhibition

    Leon Golub: Raw Nerve

    A condensed survey of Leon Golub’s paintings and works on paper.

  • New York | New Museum. | to 27 May 2018 | Exhibition

    2018 Triennial: Songs for Sabotage

    The fourth New Museum Triennial is on view from 13th February to 27th May.

  • North America | Buffalo, Albright-Knox Art Gallery. | to 27 May 2018 | Exhibition

    We Wanted a Revolution: Black Radical Women 1965–85

    Previously in New York and Los Angeles, We Wanted a Revolution: Black Radical Women 1965–85 is on view from 17th February to 27th May (then in Boston).

  • North America | New Haven, Yale Center for British Art. | to 27 May 2018 | Exhibition

    The Paston Treasure: Microcosm of the Known World

    The mysteries behind the execution and iconography of The Paston Treasure (c.1663) is explored here; 15th February to 27th May (then in Norwich).

  • North America | San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. | to 27 May 2018 | Exhibition

    Designed in California

    An exhibition explores design in California since the digital revolution.

  • North America | St Petersburg, FL, Dalí Museum. | to 27 May 2018 | Exhibition

    Dali/Duchamp

    An exhibition previously in London explores the relationship between Dalí and Duchamp through their art, correspondence and collaborations.

  • Rest of the World | Tokyo, National Museum of Western Art. | to 27 May 2018 | Exhibition

    Velàzquez and the Celebration of Painting: The Golden Age in the Museo del Prado

    Some 70 works of Spanish Golden Age painting from the Museo del Prado, Madrid; 24th February to 27th May.

  • Europe | Brussels, BOZAR. | to 27 May 2018 | Exhibition

    Spanish Still Life (1600–Now). Silence on Canvas

    An overview of Spanish still life painting from the seventeenth century to the present includes numerous international loans; 23rd February to 27th May.  

     

     

  • Europe | Schirn Kunsthalle, Frankfurt. | to 27 May 2018 | Exhibition

    Basquiat. Boom for Real

    A Jean-Michel Basquiat retrospective, previously in London and reviewed in the December issue, studies the artist’s use of sources in music, text, film and television; 16th February to 27th May.

  • Europe | Humlebæk, Louisiana Museum of Modern Art. | to 27 May 2018 | Exhibition

    Picasso: Ceramics

    Over 150 examples of Picasso’s post-War ceramics.

  • Europe | Madrid, Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza and Museo Sorolla. | to 27 May 2018 | Exhibition

    Sorolla and Fashion

    A loans exhibition reexamines Joaquín Sorolla’s œuvre as a chronicle of fashion; 13th February to 27th May.

  • North America | San Francisco, Legion of Honor. | to 28 May 2018 | Exhibition

    Casanova: the seduction of Europe

    The life of Giacomo Casanova provides a route through the visual cultures of 18th-century Europe; previously in Fort Worth (then in Boston).

  • 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.

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Cambridge, Fitzwilliam Museum. | to 28 May 2018 | Exhibition

    The Object of My Affection: stories of love from the Fitzwilliam collection

    Valentines from the eighteenth to the twentieth century from the collection occupy the centre of an exhibition devoted to love.

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Newcastle, Laing Art Gallery and Hatton Gallery. | to 28 May 2018 | Exhibition

    Sean Scully: 1970

    A major retrospective devoted to Sean Scully.

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Newcastle, Laing Art Gallery. | to 28 May 2018 | Exhibition

    Bomberg

    Previously in Chichester, a survey of David Bomberg’s art runs from 17th February to 28th May.

  • North America | Chicago, Art Institute. | to 28 May 2018 | Exhibition

    The Medieval World at Our Fingertips: Manuscript Illuminations from the Collection of Sandra Hindman

    Illuminated manuscripts from the collection of Sandra Hindman.

  • North America | Boston, Museum of Fine Arts. | to 28 May 2018 | Exhibition

    M.C. Escher: Infinite Dimensions.

    50 works by M.C. Escher from public and private collections.

  • North America | Nashville, Frist Center for the Visual Arts. | to 28 May 2018 | Exhibition

    Rome: City and Empire

    The Roman Empire is studied here through some 200 objects from the British Museum; 23rd February to 28th May.

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Manchester, Whitworth. | to 1 Jun 2018 | Exhibition

    John Stezaker

    A John Stezaker exhibition marks the gift of nineteen collages by the artist to the gallery by Karsten Schubert.

  • Europe | Martigny, Fondation Pierre Gianadda. | to 3 Jun 2018 | Exhibition

    Toulouse-Lautrec et son époque

    Graphic work by Toulouse-Lautrec.

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Bath, Holburne Museum. | to 3 Jun 2018 | Exhibition

    Lighting Up the Stage: Stars of the Georgian Theatre

    Georgian theatrical portraits collected by William Somerset Maugham.

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Liverpool, Walker Art Gallery. | to 3 Jun 2018 | Exhibition

    Kaleidoscope: Colour and Sequence in 1960s British Art

    An Arts Council exhibition, previously in Yorkshire, Nottingham and Warwick and reviewed in the August issue, examines the role of colour and sequence in British art of the 1960s; 24th February to 3rd June.

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Wakefield, The Hepworth. | to 3 Jun 2018 | Exhibition

    Anthony McCall: Solid Light Works.

    New light installations by Anthony McCall are on view from 16th February to 3rd June.

  • New York | Museum of Modern Art. | to 3 Jun 2018 | Exhibition

    Tarsila do Amaral: Inventing Modern Art in Brazil

    A retrospective devoted to the Brazilian artist Tarsila do Amaral (1886–1973), previously in Chicago, runs from 11th February to 3rd June.

  • North America | Cambridge, Harvard Art Museums. | to 3 Jun 2018 | Exhibition

    Inventur—Art in Germany, 1943–55

    Art produced in Germany between 1943 and 1955, including international loans, is on view here.

  • North America | Dallas, Meadows Museum. | to 3 Jun 2018 | Exhibition

    Memory, Mind, Matter: The Sculpture of Eduardo Chillida

    Previously in St Petersburg, an Eduardo Chillida survey drawn from the Museo Chillida–Leku is on view here.

  • Europe | Berlin, Staatliche Museen. | to 3 Jun 2018 | Exhibition

    Sigrid Neubert. Photographs: Architecture and Nature

    At the Museum für Fotografie, the architectural photography of Sigrid Neubert.

  • Europe | Bern, Zentrum Paul Klee. | to 3 Jun 2018 | Exhibition

    Klee in Wartime

    A concentrated study of Klee’s activity during the years of the First World War.

  • Europe | Brussels, BOZAR. | to 3 Jun 2018 | Exhibition

    Fernand Léger. Le Beau est partout

    A major survey of Fernand Léger’s art (then in Metz).

  • Europe | Milan, MUDEC. | to 3 Jun 2018 | Exhibition

    Frida Kahlo: Beyond the Myth

    Frida Kahlo: Beyond the Myth includes numerous international loans from Mexico and the United States.

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Leeds City Museum. | to 9 Jun 2018 | Exhibition

    Thomas Chippendale: a celebration of craftsmanship and design, 1718–2018

    Thomas Chippendale: a celebration of craftsmanship and design, 1718–2018 includes original drawings, documents and pieces of his furniture on public view for the first time.

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Dublin, National Gallery of Ireland. | to 10 Jun 2018 | Exhibition

    Emil Nolde (1867–1956)

    A survey of Emil Nolde’s paintings, drawings and prints runs from 14th February to 10th June.

  • Europe | The Hague, Gemeentemuseum. | to 10 Jun 2018 | Exhibition

    Jean Brusselmans

    Paintings by the modern Belgian artist Jean Brusselmans (1884–1953); 17th February to 10th June.

  • North America | Boston, Museum of Fine Arts. | to 17 Jun 2018 | Exhibition

    (un)expected families

    An exhibition studies representations of the American family through photography since the nineteenth century.

  • London | Victoria and Albert Museum. | to 17 Jun 2018 | Exhibition

    Ocean Liners: Speed and Style

    The history of ocean liners provides a window into the development of twentieth-century design.

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Sudbury, Gainsborough’s House. | to 17 Jun 2018 | Exhibition

    Cedric Morris at Gainsborough’s House

    The donation of over 100 works by Cedric Morris, previously part of the artist’s own collection, occasions an exhibition on view from 10th February to 17th June.

  • Europe | Bologna, Musei Civici d’Arte Antica. | to 17 Jun 2018 | Exhibition

    Medioevo svelato. Storie dell’Emilia-Romagna attraverso l’archeologia

    An exhibition retells the history of Emilia-Romagna through archaeological findings dating from late antiquity to the thirteenth century; 17th February to 17th June.

  • Rest of the World | Perth, Art Gallery of Western Australia. | to 18 Jun 2018 | Exhibition

    A Window on Italy – The Corsini Collection: Masterpieces from Florence

    Italian Renaissance and Baroque art from the collection of the Corsini family of Florence, previously in Auckland; 24th February to 18th June.

  • 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.

  • Europe | Marseilles, MuCEM. | to 24 Jun 2018 | Exhibition

    Picasso, voyages imaginaires

    Picasso’s collaborations with the Ballet Russes are the focus of an exhibition; 16th February to 24th June.

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Norwich Castle Museum & Art Gallery. | to 1 Jul 2018 | Exhibition

    Magritte – The Lost Painting

    The Museum’s The Human Condition (1935) by René Magritte, previously on tour and discovered to have been painted over a fragment of a larger work by the artist thought to be lost, is the focus of a display.

  • 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.

  • North America | Los Angeles, J. Paul Getty Museum. | to 29 Jul 2018 | Exhibition

    Pastels in Pieces

    The practice of using multiple sheets of paper in creating large-scale pastel drawings is examined here; 16th January to 29th July.

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Liverpool, World Museum. | to 28 Oct 2018 | Exhibition

    China’s First Emperor and the Terracotta Warriors

    Ten of the Terracotta Warriors and some 170 other objects discovered in the famous excavation, loaned from collections across Shaanxi Province, are on view here.