Highlights

  • 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 | Lévy Gorvy. | to 21 Apr 2018 | Exhibition

    Source and Stimulus: Polke, Lichtenstein, Laing

    Works by Sigmar Polke, Roy Lichtenstein and Gerald Laing show the influence of the Ben-Day Dot technique on post-War painting.

  • London | Lisson Gallery. | to 21 Apr 2018 | Exhibition

    Ryan Gander

    At Lisson St., installations by Ryan Gander.

  • London | Lisson Gallery. | to 21 Apr 2018 | Exhibition

    Pedro Reyes

    An exhibition of new sculptures by Pedro Reyes at Bell St.

  • London | Michael Werner. | to 21 Apr 2018 | Exhibition

    A.R. Penck: Paintings from the 1980s and Memorial to an Unknown East German Soldier

    Paintings from the 1980s and a monumental sculpture by A.R. Penck.

  • New York | Gagosian. | to 21 Apr 2018 | Exhibition

    Jeff Koons: Easyfun-Ethereal

    At West 24th St., work by Jeff Koons.

  • New York | Mary Boone. | to 21 Apr 2018 | Exhibition

    Erik Parker: New Mood

    A solo show for Erik Parker.

  • New York | Mary Boone. | to 21 Apr 2018 | Exhibition

    Carrie Moyer: Seismic Shuffle

    A solo show for Carrie Moyer.

  • New York | Skarstedt. | to 21 Apr 2018 | Exhibition

    Sue Williams: Paintings 1997–98

    At East 79th St., abstract paintings from the late 1990s by Sue Williams.

  • London | Alan Cristea. | to 21 Apr 2018 | Exhibition

    Christiane Baumgartner: Liquid Light

    New woodcuts by Christiane Baumgartner.

  • New York | Pace Gallery. | to 21 Apr 2018 | Exhibition

    Barbara Hepworth: A Matter of Form

    At West 24th St., a rare American Barbara Hepworth exhibition includes over 25 sculptures.  

  • 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.

  • Europe | Moscow, State Tretyakov Gallery. | to 22 Apr 2018 | Exhibition

    Nikolai Nikogossian. To the 100th Anniversary of His Birth.

    A centenary retrospective devoted to Nikolai Nikogossian is drawn chiefly from the sculptor’s family collection.

  • 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).

  • New York | Gagosian. | to 25 Apr 2018 | Exhibition

    Cy Twombly: In Beauty it is finished Drawings 1951–2008

    At West 21st St., drawings by Twombly.

  • London | Pace Gallery. | to 27 Apr 2018 | Exhibition

    Fred Wilson: Afro Kismet

    Works by Fred Wilson conceived for last year’s Istanbul Biennial.

  • 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.

  • London | Hauser & Wirth. | to 28 Apr 2018 | Exhibition

    Lorna Simpson. Unanswerable.

    A solo exhibition by Lorna Simpson.

  • London | Hauser & Wirth. | to 28 Apr 2018 | Exhibition

    Matthew Day Jackson. Still Life and the Reclining Nude.

    A solo exhibition of Matthew Day Jackson's work.

  • London | Brun Fine Art. | to 28 Apr 2018 | Exhibition

    Corrado Cagli: From Rome to New York

    The first UK solo show of the Italian artist Corrado Cagli.

  • New York | Gagosian. | to 28 Apr 2018 | Exhibition

    Cy Twombly: Coronation of Sesostris

    At Madison Ave., Cy Twombly’s ten-part painting Coronation of Sesostris (2000) is on view here.

  • 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.

  • Europe | Paris, Fondation Custodia. | to 29 Apr 2018 | Exhibition

    Georges Michel. Le paysage sublime

    Previously in Bourg-en-Bresse, the first exhibition devoted to the paintings of Georges Michel (1763–1843) since 1988 is on view here.

  • Europe | Paris, Fondation Custodia. | to 29 Apr 2018 | Exhibition

    Les Portraits en miniature de la Fondation Custodia

    Portrait miniatures from the collection.

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Roche Court, New Art Centre. | to 29 Apr 2018 | Exhibition

    Ian Stephenson

    Paintings by Ian Stephenson (1934–2000).

  • London | Ben Uri Gallery. | to 29 Apr 2018 | Exhibition

    Out of Austria: Austrian artists in exile in Great Britain, 1933–1945

    Over 40 works by Austrian artists who emigrated to Britain at the time of the Anschluss.

  • Europe | Berlin, KW Institute for Contemporary Art. | to 29 Apr 2018 | Exhibition

    Trix & Robert Haussmann

    The Swiss architect and designer team Trix & Robert Haussmann are the subjects of an exhibition here.

  • Europe | Paris, Centre Pompidou. | to 30 Apr 2018 | Exhibition

    Sheila Hicks. Lines of Lives.

    A Sheila Hicks exhibition runs from 7th February to 30th April.

  • 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 | Venice, Guggenheim. | to 1 May 2018 | Exhibition

    Marino Marini. Passione Visive

    A retrospective of Marino Marini’s sculpture, previously in Pistoia and reviewed in the December issue.

  • Europe | Basel, Museum Tinguely. | to 1 May 2018 | Exhibition

    Sofia Hultén

    A solo exhibition devoted to Sofia Hultén, previously in Birmingham.

  • London | Browse & Darby. | to 2 May 2018 | Exhibition

    William Coldstream (1908–1987)

    Paintings by William Coldstream.

  • New York | Michael Werner. | to 5 May 2018 | Exhibition

    Per Kirkeby: Paintings and Bronzes from the 1980s

    Per Kirkeby: Paintings and Bronzes from the 1980s.

  • 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 | Whitechapel Gallery. | to 6 May 2018 | Exhibition

    Art Capital: Art for the Elizabeth Line

    A preview of the public art commissioned for the Crossrail Art Programme, due to be unveiled at the end of the year, includes maquettes, sketches and other materials; 13th March to 6th May.

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Cambridge, Kettle’s Yard. | to 6 May 2018 | Exhibition

    Actions. The image of the world can be different

    The redeveloped gallery plays host to an exhibition grouping modernism from the collection with contemporary works under the banner of political action.

  • Europe | Wiesbaden, Museum. | to 6 May 2018 | Exhibition

    Delacroix-Courbet-Ribot. French 19th Century Art

    A general overview of nineteenth-century French 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).

  • Europe | Paris, Centre Pompidou. | to 7 May 2018 | Exhibition

    David Goldblatt

    A David Goldblatt retrospective incorporates some two hundred photographs; 21st February to 7th May.

  • Europe | Madrid, Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía. | to 7 May 2018 | Exhibition

    Pessoa: All Art is a Form of Literature

    Portuguese modernism is reexamined through the eyes of writer Fernando Pessoa.

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Birmingham, Barber Institute. | to 8 May 2018 | Exhibition

    Sir Joshua Reynolds: Artist and Collector

    A small display brings together works by the collection produced or owned by Sir Joshua Reynolds.

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

    Danh Vo: Take My Breath Away

    A survey devoted to Danh Vo.

  • London | Luxembourg & Dayan. | to 12 May 2018 | Exhibition

    René Magritte (Or: The Rule of Metaphor)

    René Magritte’s word-pictures of the late 1920s.

  • London | White Cube. | to 12 May 2018 | Exhibition

    Pier Paolo Calzolari

    At Mason’s Yard, installations from the 1970s and 1980s by Pier Paolo Calzolari.

  • 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 | Paris, Petit Palais. | to 13 May 2018 | Exhibition

    Dutch artists in Paris, 1789-1914. Van Gogh, Van Dongen, Mondrian...

    Previously in Amsterdam, an exploration of Dutch artists in Paris from Gerard van Spaendonck to Mondrian.

  • Europe | Stockholm, Moderna Museet. | to 13 May 2018 | Exhibition

    Lygia Pape: Ttéia 1, C.

    A large-scale wire installation by Lygia Pape is on view here.

  • Europe | Vienna, Albertina. | to 13 May 2018 | Exhibition

    The Art of the Viennese Watercolor

    Viennese watercolours of the Biedermeier period; 16th February to 13th May.

  • Europe | Bilbao, Guggenheim. | to 13 May 2018 | Exhibition

    Henri Michaux. The Other Side.

    An exhibition in collaboration with the Michaux Archives, Paris, includes some 230 works by the artist.

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

    Susan Philipsz. Separated Strings

    Susan Philipsz’s Study for Strings, first shown at Documenta XIII.

  • London | Pangolin. | to 18 May 2018 | Exhibition

    Marino Marini: A Sculptor’s Prints

    Prints by Marino Marini; 19th March to 18th May.

  • London | Victoria Miro. | to 19 May 2018 | Exhibition

    Surface Work

    At George St. and Wharf Rd. a group exhibition of modern and contemporary women artists who have contributed to the development of abstract painting, from Liubov Popova to Jessica Warboys.

  • 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.

  • Europe | Paris, Jeu de Paume. | to 20 May 2018 | Exhibition

    Raoul Hausmann. A Look in Motion

    A retrospective devoted to Raoul Hausmann.

  • Europe | Paris, Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris. | to 20 May 2018 | Exhibition

    Jean Fautrier: Texture and Light

    Some 200 works by Jean Fautrier form a comprehensive survey of his art.

  • Europe | Villeneuve d’Ascq, LaM. | to 20 May 2018 | Exhibition

    Nicolas Schöffer

    A retrospective devoted to the Hungarian-born French artist Nicolas Schöffer runs from 22nd February to 20th May.

  • London | National Portrait Gallery. | to 20 May 2018 | Exhibition

    Victorian Giants; The Birth of Art Photography

    Victorian Giants; The Birth of Art Photography studies the work of Lewis Carroll, Julia Margaret Cameron, Oscar Rejlander and Clementina Hawarden.

  • London | Serpentine Galleries. | to 20 May 2018 | Exhibition

    Sondra Perry: Typhoon coming on

    A solo exhibition by the American artist Sondra Perry.

  • London | Serpentine Galleries. | to 20 May 2018 | Exhibition

    Ian Cheng

    Two digital simulations by Ian Cheng.

  • Europe | Barcelona, Fundació Joan Miró. | to 20 May 2018 | Exhibition

    Itō Shinsui. Tradition and Modernity

    The Japanese shin-hanga artist Itō Shinsui is paired with Miró here.

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

    Coming Away: Winslow Homer and England

    Previously in Worcester, an exhibition shows Winslow Homer alongside the English artists who influenced him.

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Lismore Castle Arts. | to 20 May 2018 | Exhibition

    Maeve Brennan. The Drift

    Maeve Brennan’s film The Drift, previously in Bristol and Manchester and reviewed in the June issue, is on view here from 14th April to 20th May.

  • New York | Asia Society. | to 20 May 2018 | Exhibition

    Unknown Tibet: The Tucci Expeditions and Buddhist Painting

    Paintings collected by the Italian scholar Giuseppe Tucci during his expeditions to Tibet in the mid-twentieth century.

  • Rest of the World | Kyoto, Musée national d’Art Moderne. | to 20 May 2018 | Exhibition

    The Genius of Ike No Taiga: Carefree Traveler, Legendary Painter

    An exhibition dedicated to Ike no Taiga (1723–76), leader of the style known as Nanga, or ‘Southern Painting’.

  • Europe | Venice, Ca’ Pesaro. | to 20 May 2018 | Exhibition

    Gino Rossi a Venezia. Dialogo tra le collezioni di Fondazione Cariverona e Ca’ Pesaro

    The Italian avant-garde painter Gino Rossi (1884–1947) is examined alongside his contemporaries.

  • 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.

  • London | National Gallery. | to 21 May 2018 | Exhibition

    Murillo: The Self Portraits

    The two known self-portraits of Murillo, one belonging to the Gallery and the other recently acquired by the Frick Collection, New York, form the centre of a small exhibition previously in New York.

  • London | Sprüth Magers. | to 26 May 2018 | Exhibition

    Karen Kilimnik

    Works by Karen Kilimnik.

  • 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.

  • Europe | Rotterdam, Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen. | to 27 May 2018 | Exhibition

    Thomas Rajlich

     An exhibition devoted to the Czech-Dutch painter Thomas Rajlich (b.1940).

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Oxford, Modern Art. | to 27 May 2018 | Exhibition

    The Family in Disorder: Truth or Dare, Cinthia Marcelle

    A site-specific installation by the Brazilian artist Cinthia Marcelle.

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

    Power to the People

    An overview of contemporary activist art includes work by Phyllida Barlow, Sam Durant and others; 21st March to 27th May.

  • North America | Toronto, Art Gallery of Ontario. | to 27 May 2018 | Exhibition

    Yayoi Kusama: Infinity Mirrors

    Previously in Washington, Seattle and Los Angeles, Yayoi Kusama: Infinity Mirrors is now on view here (then in Cleveland).

  • London | Barbican Art Gallery. | to 27 May 2018 | Exhibition

    Another Kind of Life: Photography on the Margins

    Representations of counter-cultures in photography from the 1950s to the present.

  • New York | Bard, CCS. | to 27 May 2018 | Exhibition

    Warhol: Unidentified

    Photographs of anonymous or lesser-known subjects by Andy Warhol.

  • Europe | Hamburger Kunsthalle. | to 27 May 2018 | Exhibition

    Thomas Gainsborough: The Modern Landscape

    The first German retrospective devoted to Thomas Gainsborough includes 40 paintings and 40 works on paper.

  • 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.

  • London | National Gallery. | to 28 May 2018 | Exhibition

    Tacita Dean: STILL LIFE

    Tacita Dean curates an exhibition of historical and contemporary still lifes; 15th March to 28th May.

  • London | National Portrait Gallery. | to 28 May 2018 | Exhibition

    Tacita Dean: PORTRAIT

    Portraits by Tacita Dean comprise the gallery’s first exhibition devoted to film; from 15th March to 28th May.

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

    Golden Kingdoms: Luxury & Legacy in the Ancient Americas

    A large loans exhibition devoted to the luxury arts of the Incas, the Aztecs and earlier civilisations of the Americas.

  • New York | Neue Galerie. | to 28 May 2018 | Exhibition

    Before the Fall: German and Austrian Art of the 1930s

    Before the Fall: German and Austrian Art of the 1930s.

  • North America | Washington, National Gallery of Art. | to 28 May 2018 | Exhibition

    Sally Mann: A Thousand Crossings

    The impact of life and landscape in the American South on the photographs of Sally Mann is measured here (then in Salem, Los Angeles, Houston, Paris and Atlanta).

  • London | Newport Street Gallery. | to 28 May 2018 | Exhibition

    John Copeland: Your Heaven Looks Just Like My Hell

    25 paintings by the American artist John Copeland.

  • London | Newport Street Gallery. | to 28 May 2018 | Exhibition

    Rachel Howard: Repetition is Truth – Via Dolorosa

    A recent series of paintings by Rachel Howard.

  • 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 | Compton, Watts Gallery. | to 3 Jun 2018 | Exhibition

    A Pre-Raphaelite Collection Unveiled: The Cecil French Bequest

    Works from the Cecil French bequest of Pre-Raphaelite paintings and drawings, belonging to Fulham and Hammersmith Council, are on view here.

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Edinburgh, Fruitmarket Gallery. | to 3 Jun 2018 | Exhibition

    Lee Lozano

    Paintings and drawings by Lee Lozano from the 1960s and 1970s.

  • Europe | Amsterdam, Rijksmuseum. | to 3 Jun 2018 | Exhibition

    High Society

    Portraits by artists from Cranach to Manet are used as a lens to examine changing fashions and their representation.

  • Europe | Treviso, Museo di Santa Caterina. | to 3 Jun 2018 | Exhibition

    Rodin. Un grande scultore al tempo di Monet

    Over 70 sculptures and works on paper by Rodin.

  • North America | Houston, Museum of Fine Arts. | to 3 Jun 2018 | Exhibition

    Modernism on the Ganges: Raghubir Singh Photographs

    A survey devoted to the Indian street photographer Raghubir Singh, previously in New York.

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Birmingham, Ikon Gallery. | to 3 Jun 2018 | Exhibition

    Rie Nakajima: Cyclic

    A solo exhibition for the Japanese-born, Britain-based artist Rie Nakajima.

  • Europe | Bruges, Groeningemuseum. | to 3 Jun 2018 | Exhibition

    Haute Lecture by Colard Mansion. Innovating Text and Image in Medieval Bruges

    Prints, manuscripts and miniatures produced by the fifteenth-century Bruges luxury book manufacturer Colard Mansion.

  • 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 | Kendal, Abbott Hall Art Gallery. | to 9 Jun 2018 | Exhibition

    History of the Royal Academy – RA250

    The first of a two-part exhibition of works by Royal Academicians from the collection, staged to celebrate the institution’s 250th anniversary. 

  • 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.

  • Europe | Bilbao, Guggenheim. | to 10 Jun 2018 | Exhibition

    Esther Ferrer. Intertwined Spaces

    A thematic exhibition devoted to the Spanish performance artist Esther Ferrer runs from 16th March to 10th June.

  • Europe | Ferrara, Palazzo dei Diamanti. | to 10 Jun 2018 | Exhibition

    Stati d’Animo. Arte e psiche tra Previati e Boccioni

    Representations of the human psyche in Italian art, from Previata to Boccioni.

  • Europe | Munich, Pinakothek der Moderne. | to 10 Jun 2018 | Exhibition

    Paul Klee. Construction of Mystery

    International loans comprise a survey of Paul Klee’s art.

  • Europe | Nuoro, MAN. | to 10 Jun 2018 | Exhibition

    L’elica e la luce. Le futuriste. 1912–1944

    Female artists who worked in the background of the Futurist movement.

  • Europe | Potsdam, Museum Barberini. | to 10 Jun 2018 | Exhibition

    Max Beckmann: The World as a Stage

    Max Beckmann’s fascination with the theatre and the circus is studied in an exhibition previously in Bremen.

  • New York | Whitney Museum of American Art. | to 10 Jun 2018 | Exhibition

    Grant Wood: American Gothic and Other Fables

    A Grant Wood retrospective.

  • New York | Whitney Museum of American Art. | to 10 Jun 2018 | Exhibition

    Zoe Leonard: Survey

    An overview of Zoe Leonard’s sculpture and photography (then in Los Angeles).

  • North America | Houston, Museum of Fine Arts. | to 10 Jun 2018 | Exhibition

    Michelangelo and the Vatican: Masterworks from the Museo e Real Bosco di Capodimonte, Naples

    Some 40 works, by Michelangelo, Titian and others, created or commissioned under the papacy of Pope Paul III from the Museo e Real Bosco di Capodimonte, Naples; 11th March to 10th June.

  • London | Chisenhale Gallery. | to 10 Jun 2018 | Exhibition

    Paul Maheke: A fire circle for a public hearing

    Paul Maheke’s large-scale installation Mbu (2017), first shown at Tate Modern, is on view here.

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Birmingham, Ikon Gallery. | to 10 Jun 2018 | Exhibition

    Langlands & Bell. Internet Giants: Masters of the Universe

    New work by the British artist duo Ben Langlands and Nikki Bell.

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Compton Verney. | to 10 Jun 2018 | Exhibition

    Ravilious & Co: The Pattern of Friendship

    Previously in Eastbourne and Sheffield, works by Eric Ravilious and his contemporaries in Essex, Sussex and London.

  • Europe | Pont-Aven, Musée. | to 10 Jun 2018 | Exhibition

    COBRA, la couleur spontanée

    A survey of the CoBrA group.

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Bideford, The Burton. | to 11 Jun 2018 | Exhibition

    ARTIST ROOMS. Diane Arbus

    An ARTIST ROOMS exhibition devoted to Diane Arbus runs from 17th March to 11th June.

  • Rest of the World | Sydney. | to 11 Jun 2018 | Exhibition

    21st Biennale of Sydney SUPERPOSITION: Art of Equilibrium and Engagement

    At venues across the city, the 21st Biennale of Sydney runs from 16th March to 11th 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.

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Cambridge, Fitzwilliam Museum. | to 17 Jun 2018 | Exhibition

    Things of Beauty Growing: British Studio Pottery

    A survey of British studio pottery over the last century, previously in New Haven, runs from 20th March to 17th June.

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Nottingham, Djanogly Gallery. | to 17 Jun 2018 | Exhibition

    Scaling the Sublime: Art at the Limits of Landscape

    An exhibition explores the Romantic Sublime in contemporary art; 23rd March to 17th June.

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Liverpool, Tate. | to 17 Jun 2018 | Exhibition

    Ken’s Show: Exploring the Unseen

    The art handler Ken Simons, employed by the museum since its opening thirty years ago, selects works from the collection.

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Swansea, Glynn Vivian Art Gallery. | to 17 Jun 2018 | Exhibition

    Ikon Portrait of the Artist: Käthe Kollwitz

    Previously in Birmingham, an exhibition of Käthe Kollwitz’s self-portraits and portraits of working women (then in Hull and London).

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Yorkshire Sculpture Park. | to 17 Jun 2018 | Exhibition

    In My Shoes: Art and the Self since the 1990s

    In the Longside Gallery, self-portraiture in British art since the 1990s.

  • Europe | Reggio Emilia, Palazzo Magnani. | to 17 Jun 2018 | Exhibition

    Fotografia Europea

    Here and at sites across the city, the 2018 edition of Fotografia Europea runs from 20th April 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.

  • Europe | Vienna, Kunstforum. | to 24 Jun 2018 | Exhibition

    Man Ray

    A broad retrospective of Man Ray’s œuvre runs from 14th February to 24th June.

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Barnard Castle, Bowes Museum. | to 24 Jun 2018 | Exhibition

    Queen Victoria in Paris

    Watercolours commissioned to mark Queen Victoria’s visit to Paris in 1855, previously in Compton Verney, Exeter and Cheltenham, are on view here from 24th March to 24th June.

  • Europe | Amsterdam, Van Gogh Museum. | to 24 Jun 2018 | Exhibition

    Van Gogh & Japan

    An exhibition on Van Gogh and Japonisme; 23rd March to 24th June.

  • Europe | Milan, Palazzo Reale. | to 24 Jun 2018 | Exhibition

    Albrecht Dürer and the Renaissance between Germany and Italy

    Albrecht Dürer and the Renaissance between Germany and Italy traces the links between Dürer and such contemporary masters as Cranach, Giogione and Lorenzo Lotto.

  • London | Saatchi Gallery. | to 24 Jun 2018 | Exhibition

    Known Unknowns

    A group show of contemporary art from the collection.

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Glasgow, Hunterian. | to 24 Jun 2018 | Exhibition

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

    Previously in Cambridge, MA, Artefacts amassed by Harvard College are united with works by the artists who studied them.

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Nottingham Contemporary. | to 24 Jun 2018 | Exhibition

    The House of Fame

    Works by Linder are shown alongside almost 200 works made between the seventeenth century and the present, selected by the artist.

  • Europe | The Hague, Gemeentemuseum. | to 24 Jun 2018 | Exhibition

    Max Liebermann: Impressions of Summer

    Early paintings produced by Max Liebermann during summers in the Netherlands are set alongside contemporary paintings by the Hague School.

  • Europe | Paris, Musée du Louvre. | to 25 Jun 2018 | Exhibition

    France Viewed from the Grand Siècle: Drawings by Israël Silvestre (1621–91)

    France Viewed from the Grand Siècle: Drawings by Israël Silvestre (1621–91) runs from 15th March to 25th June.

  • Europe | Milan, Fondazione Prada. | to 25 Jun 2018 | Exhibition

    Post Zang Tumb Tuuum. Art Life Politics: Italia 1918–1943

    A major survey of interwar Italian culture.

  • Europe | Forlì, Musei di San Domenico. | to 27 Jun 2018 | Exhibition

    L’Eterno e il tempo tra Michelangelo e Caravaggio

    An overview of Italian painting between the Sack of Rome and the death of Caravaggio.

  • 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.

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Cambridge, Fitzwilliam Museum. | to 1 Jul 2018 | Exhibition

    Flux: Parian Unpacked

    The ceramic artist Matt Smith curates an exhibition of Parian porcelain busts from the Museum’s Glynn collection.

  • Europe | Paris, Musée du Luxembourg. | to 1 Jul 2018 | Exhibition

    Tintoretto: Birth of a Genius

    The origins of Tintoretto are studied here through works from the first fifteen years of his career.

  • Europe | Rotterdam, Kunsthal. | to 1 Jul 2018 | Exhibition

    Hyperrealism: Sculpture

    Contemporary Hyperrealist sculpture.

  • North America | Washington, National Gallery of Art. | to 1 Jul 2018 | Exhibition

    Cézanne Portraits

    Previously in Paris and London, a survey of Cézanne’s portraits, reviewed in the February issue, runs from 25th March to 1st July.

  • Europe | Berlin, C/O Berlin. | to 1 Jul 2018 | Exhibition

    Irving Penn: Centennial

    A survey of Irving Penn’s photography, previously in New York and Paris and reviewed in the September issue (then in São Paulo).

  • Europe | Paris, Cité de l’architecture et du patrimoine. | to 2 Jul 2018 | Exhibition

    Georges-Henri Pingusson (1894-1978)

    The modern French architect Georges-Henri Pingusson (1894–1978) is the subject of an exhibition on view from 16th February to 2nd July.

  • New York | Grey Art Gallery. | to 7 Jul 2018 | Exhibition

    Landscapes after Ruskin: Redefining the Sublime

    Works by major contemporary artists are re-envisioned here according to Ruskin’s ideas of nature and landscape; 17th April to 7th July.

  • 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.

  • Europe | Paris, Musée Marmottan Monet. | to 8 Jul 2018 | Exhibition

    Corot, Painting the Human Figure

    A loans exhibition dedicated to Corot’s figure paintings and studies is on view here.

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Dublin, Irish Museum of Modern Art. | to 8 Jul 2018 | Exhibition

    Frank Bowling, Mappa Mundi

    Previously in Munich, a retrospective of Frank Bowling’s paintings runs from 24th March to 8th July.

  • North America | Washington, National Gallery of Art. | to 8 Jul 2018 | Exhibition

    Heavenly Earth: Images of Saint Francis at La Verna

    Jacopo Ligozzi’s illustrations for the Descrizione del Sacro Monte della Vernia (1612) are accompanied by other works from the collection employing Franciscan subject matter.

  • Europe | Prague, Galerie Rudolfinum. | to 8 Jul 2018 | Exhibition

    Mat Collishaw. Standing Water

    Works by Mat Collishaw; 11th April to 8th July.

  • Europe | St Petersburg, State Hermitage Museum. | to 8 Jul 2018 | Exhibition

    Arte Povera. A Creative Revolution

    A survey of Arte Povera.

  • Europe | Metz, Arsenal. | to 13 Jul 2018 | Exhibition

    Jacques-François Blondel: architecte des Lumières à Metz

    An exhibition studies the life and work of the architect Jacques-François-Blondel (1705–74), who comprehensively redesigned the centre of Metz in the last decade of his life; 12th April to 13th July.

  • London | British Museum. | to 15 Jul 2018 | Exhibition

    Charmed lives in Greece: Ghika, Craxton, Leigh Fermor

    Room 5 hosts an exhibition examining the friendship between the modern Greek painter Nikos Ghika, John Craxton, and Patrick Leigh Fermor while living in post-War Greece.

  • Europe | Moscow, State Tretyakov Gallery. | to 15 Jul 2018 | Exhibition

    Vasily Vereschagin

    Paintings and prints by the realist artist, historian and ethnographer Vasily Vereschagin (1842–1904).

  • New York | Brooklyn Museum. | to 15 Jul 2018 | Exhibition

    David Bowie Is

    David Bowie Is, touring internationally since 2013, is now on view here.

  • London | Philip Mould. | to 15 Jul 2018 | Exhibition

    Cedric Morris: Beyond the Garden Wall

    Landscapes made by Cedric Morris during his travels are on view from 18th April to 15th July.

  • North America | Los Angeles County Museum of Art. | to 15 Jul 2018 | Exhibition

    City and Cosmos: The Arts of Teotihuacan

    Recent archaeological findings from the ancient Mexican city of Teotihuacan.

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

    Concordia – Art and Science in Harmony: Leo von Klenze and Karl Richard Lepsius

    At the Alte Nationalgalerie, the acquisition of an architectural painting by Leo von Klenze previously in the collection of the Prussian Egyptologist Karl Richard Lepsius occasions an exhibition devoted to exchanges between art and science in nineteenth-century Europe; to 15th July.

  • Europe | Paris, Musée d’Orsay. | to 15 Jul 2018 | Exhibition

    Wild Souls. Symbolism in the Baltic States

    Symbolist painting from the Baltic states.

  • Europe | Paris, Musée du quai Branly-Jacques Chirac. | to 15 Jul 2018 | Exhibition

    Ghosts and Hells: The underworld in Asian art

    Conceptions and representations of the underworld in Asian art throughout history.

  • Europe | Rome, Complesso del Vittoriano. | to 16 Jul 2018 | Exhibition

    Giovanni Boldini

    Paintings and pastels by Giovanni Boldini and his contemporaries.

  • Europe | Paris, Centre Pompidou. | to 16 Jul 2018 | Exhibition

    Chagall, Lissitzky, Malévitch: L'avant-garde russe à Vitebsk (1918–1922)

    An exhibition sees Chagall, Lissitzky and Malevich in the context of the Vitebsk School.

  • Europe | Nantes, Musée d’arts. | to 17 Jul 2018 | Exhibition

    Luc-Olivier Merson, illustrateur et décorateur

    Over 50 works by the nineteenth-century French painter and illustrator Luc-Olivier Merson.

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Oxford, Ashmolean Museum. | to 22 Jul 2018 | Exhibition

    America’s Cool Modernism: O’Keeffe to Hopper

    Loans from the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Terra collection and other international institutions furnish an exhibition of early twentieth-century American modernism; 23rd March to 22nd July.

  • Europe | Florence, Palazzo Strozzi. | to 22 Jul 2018 | Exhibition

    Birth of a Nation. Italian Art from the Postwar Reconstruction to 1968

    Birth of a Nation. Italian Art from the Postwar Reconstruction to 1968 takes in the development of Italian Pop, Conceptualism, abstraction and Arte Povera in around 70 works; 16th March to 22nd July.

  • New York | Met Breuer. | to 22 Jul 2018 | Exhibition

    Like Life: Sculpture, Color, and the Body (1300–Now)

    A survey of realist figure sculpture from Donatello to Duane Hanson focuses especially on the use of colour; 21st March to 22nd July.

  • London | Garden Museum. | to 22 Jul 2018 | Exhibition

    Cedric Morris: Artist Plantsman

    Cedric Morris’s horticultural work; 18th April to 22nd July (see also Philip Mould and Sudbury).

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

    Radical Women: Latin American Art 1960–85

    Previously in Los Angeles and reviewed in the December issue, Radical Women: Latin American Art 1960–85 runs from 13th April to 22nd July.

  • New York | Metropolitan Museum of Art. | to 22 Jul 2018 | Exhibition

    Painted in Mexico, 1700–1790: Pinxit Mexici

    Previously in Mexico City and Los Angeles, a major exhibition of 18th-century Mexican painting runs from 24th April to 22nd July; to be reviewed.

  • New York | Museum of Modern Art. | to 22 Jul 2018 | Exhibition

    Adrian Piper: A Synthesis of Intuitions, 1965–2016

    Some 290 works form a survey of Adrian Piper’s art (then in Los Angeles).

  • Europe | Moscow, Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts. | to 22 Jul 2018 | Exhibition

    The Age of Rembrandt and Vermeer. Masterpieces of the Leiden Collection

    Previously in Shanghai, masterpieces of seventeenth-century Dutch painting from the Leiden Collection (then in St Petersburg).

  • Europe | Paris, Musée Rodin. | to 22 Jul 2018 | Exhibition

    Rodin and Dance

    Rodin and Dance, previously in London and reviewed in the June issue, is on view here.

  • Europe | Paris, Musée Jacquemart-André. | to 23 Jul 2018 | Exhibition

    Mary Cassatt: An American Impressionist in Paris

    A Mary Cassatt retrospective.

  • Europe | Lens, Louvre. | to 23 Jul 2018 | Exhibition

    The Rose Empire

    An international loans exhibition of paintings, drawings, jewelry, carpets, weapons and ceremonial dress from the Iranian Qajar dynasty (1786–1925).

  • Europe | Paris, Musée du Louvre. | to 23 Jul 2018 | Exhibition

    Delacroix (1798–1863)

    A landmark Delacroix retrospective, the first in Paris since 1963 (then in New York).

  • 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.

  • Europe | Munich, Kunsthalle. | to 29 Jul 2018 | Exhibition

    You are Faust: Goethe’s Drama in the Arts

    An overview of the impact of Goethe’s Faust on the arts runs from 23rd February to 29th July.

  • Europe | Paris, Musée Picasso. | to 29 Jul 2018 | Exhibition

    Guernica

    An exhibition devoted to the history and conception of Picasso’s Guernica (without the painting itself) runs from 27th March to 29th July.

  • New York | Metropolitan Museum of Art. | to 29 Jul 2018 | Exhibition

    Public Parks, Private Gardens: Paris to Provence

    An exhibition examines the impacts of horticulture and the growth of green public spaces in the Second Empire on the parks and gardens depicted by nineteenth-century French artists; 12th March and 29th July.

  • London | British Museum. | to 29 Jul 2018 | Exhibition

    Rodin and the art of ancient Greece

    Rodin and the art of ancient Greece places sculptures from the Musée Rodin alongside the Parthenon marbles and other classical fragments; 26th April to 29th July.

  • London | National Gallery. | to 29 Jul 2018 | Exhibition

    Monet & Architecture

    Monet’s career is re-examined here through the buildings he painted.

  • New York | Metropolitan Museum of Art. | to 29 Jul 2018 | Exhibition

    Visitors to Versailles: 1682–1789

    An international loans exhibition reconstructs the experiences of visitors to Versailles between the reigns of Louis XIV and Louis XVI, with a focus on the fine and decorative art they would have encountered; 16th April to 29th July.

  • North America | Los Angeles County Museum of Art. | to 29 Jul 2018 | Exhibition

    David Hockney: 82 Portraits and 1 Still-Life

    David Hockney: 82 Portraits and 1 Still-Life, previously in London, Melbourne, Venice and Bilbao, and reviewed in the September 2016 issue, is on view here from 15th April to 29th July.

  • Europe | St Petersburg, State Hermitage Museum. | to 29 Jul 2018 | Exhibition

    Ilya and Emilia Kabakov. Not Everyone will be Taken into the Future

    Work by the Russian conceptual artists Ilya and Emilia Kabakov, previously in London, is on view here from 21st April to 29th July.

  • Europe | Paris, Grand Palais. | to 30 Jul 2018 | Exhibition

    Kupka: Pioneer of Abstraction

    Some 300 paintings, drawings, engravings and documents by František Kupka illustrate his development towards abstraction; 21st March to 30th July.

  • London | Tate Modern. | to 5 Aug 2018 | Exhibition

    Joan Jonas

    A major Joan Jonas retrospective runs from 14th March to 5th August (then in Munich).

  • Europe | Karlsruhe, Kunsthalle. | to 5 Aug 2018 | Exhibition

    Vita Duplex

    A Sean Scully retrospective runs from 24th March to 5th August (then in Münster).

  • New York | Jewish Museum. | to 5 Aug 2018 | Exhibition

    Marc Camille Chaimowicz: Your Place or Mine

    The first retrospective of Marc Camille Chaimowicz’s work in the United States runs from 16th March to 5th August.

  • North America | Washington, Smithsonian American Art Museum. | to 5 Aug 2018 | Exhibition

    Do Ho Suh: Almost Home

    Fabric sculptures by Do Ho Suh.

  • North America | Washington, National Gallery of Art. | to 5 Aug 2018 | Exhibition

    Sharing Images: Renaissance Prints Into Maiolica and Bronze

    The William A. Clark collection of maiolica, previously part of the Corcoran Gallery of Art, is the basis of an exhibition here.

  • Europe | Madrid, Museo Nacional del Prado. | to 5 Aug 2018 | Exhibition

    Rubens. Painter of Sketches

    Over 80 oil sketches by Rubens (then in Rotterdam).

  • Europe | Madrid, Museo Nacional del Prado. | to 5 Aug 2018 | Exhibition

    In Lapide Depictum

    Paintings on slate and white marble by Titian, Sebastiano del Piombo and the Bassanos from the collection; 17th April to 5th August.

  • North America | St Louis, Pulitzer Arts. | to 11 Aug 2018 | Exhibition

    Mona Hatoum: Terra Infirma

    Previously in Houston, sculptures and installations by Mona Hatoum.

  • Europe | Vienna, Belvedere. | to 12 Aug 2018 | Exhibition

    Günter Brus: Unrest after the Storm

    A comprehensive survey of Günter Brus’s work.

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Manchester, Whitworth. | to 12 Aug 2018 | Exhibition

    Alison Wilding

    Sculptures by Alison Wilding.

  • Europe | Amsterdam, Stedelijk. | to 12 Aug 2018 | Exhibition

    Freedom is Recognized Necessity

    Art from the former Soviet Republics in the museum’s collection.

  • North America | San Francisco, de Young. | to 12 Aug 2018 | Exhibition

    Cult of the Machine: Precisionism and American Art

    A survey of American Precisionism runs from 24th March to 12th August.

  • Europe | Enschede, Rijksmuseum Twenthe. | to 12 Aug 2018 | Exhibition

    Paula Modersohn-Becker

    A Paula Modersohn-Becker retrospective (then in Wuppertal).

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Glasgow, Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum. | to 14 Aug 2018 | Exhibition

    Charles Rennie Mackintosh: Making the Glasgow Style

    An exhibition celebrates the 150th anniversary of Charles Rennie Mackintosh’s birth examines his role in the development of the ‘Glasgow Style’.

  • New York | Museum of Modern Art. | to 19 Aug 2018 | Exhibition

    Being: New Photography 2018

    The 2018 edition of MoMA’s New Photography exhibition series runs from 18th March to 19th August.

  • North America | Houston, Museum of Fine Arts. | to 19 Aug 2018 | Exhibition

    Peacock in the Desert: The Royal Arts of Jodhpur, India

    Peacock in the Desert: The Royal Arts of Jodhpur, India illustrates the considerable legacy of the Rathore dynasty.

  • Europe | Aarhus, ARoS Kunstmuseum. | to 19 Aug 2018 | Exhibition

    James Rosenquist

    A James Rosenquist retrospective, previously in Cologne, runs from 14th April to 19th August.

  • Europe | Geneva, Musée Rath. | to 19 Aug 2018 | Exhibition

    Hodler/Parallélisme

    The museum and Kunstmuseum Bern have combined their collections of work by Ferdinand Hodler for a large-scale survey of his work; 20th April to 19th August (then in Bern).

  • Europe | Metz, Centre Pompidou. | to 20 Aug 2018 | Exhibition

    Modern Couples

    The work of forty artist couples of the late nineteenth to the early twentieth century, from Rodin and Camille Claudel to Charles and Ray Eames, are on view here from 28th April to 20th August (then in London).

  • Europe | Paris, Musée de l’Orangerie. | to 20 Aug 2018 | Exhibition

    The Water Lilies. American Abstract Painting and the Last Monet

    An exhibition studies the impact of the acquisition of one of Monet’s Water lilies by Alfred H. Barr, Jr., in 1955 on American abstraction; 13th April to 20th August.

  • Europe | Basel, Schaulager. | to 26 Aug 2018 | Exhibition

    Bruce Nauman. Disappearing Acts

    The most comprehensive survey of Bruce Nauman’s career to date incorporates the collections of the Emanual Hoffmann Foundation, held at the Schaulager, and MoMA; 17th March to 26th August (then in New York).

  • Europe | Frankfurt, Liebieghaus. | to 26 Aug 2018 | Exhibition

    William Kentridge

    Works by William Kentridge have been installed by the artist alongside sculptures from the collections; 22nd March to 26th August.

  • North America | Austin, Contemporary. | to 26 Aug 2018 | Exhibition

    Rodney McMillian: Against a Civic Death

    New works by Rodney McMillian.

  • North America | Minneapolis, Walker Art Center. | to 26 Aug 2018 | Exhibition

    Jason Moran

    Sculptures, installations, drawings and performance work by Jason Moran; 26th April to 26th August.

  • Europe | Florence, Palazzo Strozzi. | to 26 Aug 2018 | Exhibition

    The Florence Experiment

    A new site-specific project by Carsten Höller and the plant neurobiologist Stefano Mancuso is on view from 19th April to 26th August.

  • Europe | Rovereto, MART. | to 26 Aug 2018 | Exhibition

    Italian Journey: 19th-Century Landscapes from the Macchiaioli to the Symbolists

    The Italian landscape, as seen through the lens of the Macchiaioli and Symbolists; 21st April to 26th August.

  • London | Tate Britain. | to 27 Aug 2018 | Exhibition

    All Too Human: Bacon, Freud and a Century of Painting Life

    A survey of modern British figurative painting, from Sickert to Freud, Bacon, Auerbach and Rego.

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Norwich, Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts. | to 2 Sep 2018 | Exhibition

    Superstructures: the New Architecture 1960–1990

    The Centre celebrates its fortieth anniversary with an exploration of post-War architecture, with its own Norman Foster-designed building as the exhibition’s centrepiece; 24th March to 2nd September.

  • Europe | Milan, Palazzo Reale. | to 2 Sep 2018 | Exhibition

    Masterpieces from Philadelphia Museum of Art

    Impressionism and Modernism from the Philadelphia Museum of Art.

  • North America | Chicago, Museum of Contemporary Art. | to 2 Sep 2018 | Exhibition

    Otobong Nkanga: To Dig a Hole That Collapses Again

    Otobong Nkanga’s first American museum retrospective.

  • Europe | Copenhagen, Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek. | to 2 Sep 2018 | Exhibition

    High on Luxury. Lost Treasures from the Roman Empire

    The Berthouville treasure of Roman silver from the Bibliothèque nationale, Paris, is accompanied by other luxury artefacts of the Roman empire here.

  • Europe | Madrid, Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía. | to 2 Sep 2018 | Exhibition

    Beatriz González

    A survey devoted to the important Colombian painter Beatriz González (b.1938), previously in Bordeaux (then in Berlin).

  • Europe | Santander, Centro Botín. | to 2 Sep 2018 | Exhibition

    Joan Miró: Sculptures 1928–1982

    A survey of Miró’s sculpture.

  • New York | MoMA PS1. | to 3 Sep 2018 | Exhibition

    Julia Phillips: Failure Detection.

    A solo exhibition devoted to the sculptor Julia Phillips runs from 15th April to 3rd September.

  • North America | Los Angeles, Museum of Contemporary Art. | to 3 Sep 2018 | Exhibition

    Real Worlds: Brassaï, Arbus, Goldin

    Some 100 photographs by Brassaï, Diane Arbus and Nan Goldin.

  • North America | Los Angeles, Museum of Contemporary Art. | to 3 Sep 2018 | Exhibition

    Jackson Pollock’s Number 1, 1949: A Conservation Treatment

    Pollock’s Number 1, 1949 (1949) is undergoing public conservation treatment at the Museum, and is displayed alongside other works by the artist from the collection.

  • London | Tate Modern. | to 9 Sep 2018 | Exhibition

    Picasso 1932 – Love, Fame, Tragedy

    More than 100 paintings, sculptures and drawings produced by Picasso in 1932, the year of his first retrospective, at Galeries Georges Petit.

  • New York | Museum of Art and Design. | to 9 Sep 2018 | Exhibition

    Surface/Depth: The Decorative after Miriam Schapiro

    The interdisciplinary legacies of Miriam Schapiro (1923–2015) in the fields of art and craft are examined here.

  • Europe | Venice, Jesolo Lido, Spazio Aquileia 123. | to 15 Sep 2018 | Exhibition

    Egypt. Gods, Pharaohs, Men.

    Loans from national and regional archaeological museums make up a survey of ancient Egyptian culture.

  • North America | Washington, Smithsonian American Art Museum. | to 30 Sep 2018 | Exhibition

    Diane Arbus: A box of ten photographs

    An exhibition examines the history behind Diane Arbus’s late portfolio A box of ten photographs (1969–71), which was critical to the posthumous reception of her work.

  • Europe | Vienna Museum. | to 7 Oct 2018 | Exhibition

    Otto Wagner

    Objects from the estate of Otto Wagner are combined with the Museum’s holdings in the first major exhibition on the architect in fifty years; 15th March to 7th October.

  • Europe | Vienna, Imperial Furniture Collection. | to 7 Oct 2018 | Exhibition

    Wagner, Hoffmann, Loos and Furniture design in Viennese Modernism. Artists, Patrons and Producers

    Wagner, Hoffmann, Loos and Furniture design in Viennese Modernism. Artists, Patrons and Producers.

  • 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.

  • Europe | The Hague, Gemeentemuseum. | to 28 Oct 2018 | Exhibition

    Art Nouveau in the Netherlands

    A survey of Art Nouveau in the Netherlands runs from 21st April to 28th October.

  • Europe | Vienna, Leopold Museum. | to 4 Nov 2018 | Exhibition

    Egon Schiele: The Jubilee Show

    The centenary of Egon Schiele’s death occasions an exhibition focused on the Expressionist-era works in the Museum’s collection; 23rd February to 4th November.

  • Europe | Vicenza, Palladio Museum. | to 31 Dec 2018 | Exhibition

    Secret Tiepolo

    Seven frescoes by Giandomenico Tiepolo in private collections are on public view here for the first time.

  • London | Victoria and Albert Museum. | to 27 Jan 2019 | Exhibition

    Fashioned from Nature

    An exhibition explores the ways in which fashion has drawn from the aesthetics, processes and materials of the natural world; 21st April to 27th January.

  • Europe | Eindhoven, Van Abbemuseum. | to 17 Mar 2019 | Exhibition

    Museum as Parliament

    The project for the ‘People’s Parliament of Rojava’, designed by Jonas Staal for the autonomous government in northern Syria, is reconstructed here through documentation and events.