Exhibitions

Star of David rises over Hitler’s former HQ

Artists rebuild fragments of a former synagogue in Polish castle

Published online: 16 September 2014

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Room for reflection

The New York State Museum in Albany recreates families’ memorials to 9/11 victims

Published online: 11 September 2014

Istanbul Biennial curator reveals concept behind 'Saltwater' theme

Carolyn Christov-Bakargiev is enlisting support of oceanographers as well as artists

Published online: 11 September 2014

Scythian gold returned to Kiev

But works from Crimean museums remain in Amsterdam pending judge’s ruling

Published online: 11 September 2014

Turner’s final flourish celebrated at Tate Britain

Exhibition opening in London this week is bound for Los Angeles and San Francisco

Published online: 09 September 2014

Asia proves a lucrative destination for France's museums

Concern at home at number of major works sent abroad by national museums

Published online: 09 September 2014

 

Polish artist's peckish pieces

The phrase “You are what you eat” takes on new—and slightly nauseating—meaning in the artist Martynka Wawrzyniak’s latest body of work....

Scotland vs England: battle of the blockbusters

Edinburgh’s National Museum of Scotland has pre-empted London’s British Museum twice, by getting in first with exhibitions on the same...

Meschac Gaba hoists his flag in Berlin

When Deutsche Bank KunstHalle in Berlin decided to show more art from Africa, Asia and the Middle East it turned to Tate Modern in London...

 

Baselitz's fascination with Munch

The Haus der Kunst in Munich is opening a show of new work by the German artist Georg Baselitz on 19 September. The show includes selections from his Remix series and from his Black Paintings series, as well as a group of black bronze sculptures. In this video, Baselitz discusses the influence of the Norwegian painter Edvard Munch on his art.