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Dutch design studio update 19th-century Dordrecht church facade with a surreal glass sculpture balanced on four bronze turtles

The transformed Protestant building is being relaunched as an exhibition space and cultural centre called Kunstkerk, or art church.

Getty institute and Smithsonian museum will share an unparalleled photo archive of Black American life

The photo archives of Ebony and Jet magazines will be studied and digitised by Los Angeles’s Getty Research Institute and Washington, DC’s National Museum of African American History and Culture

Bernd and Hilla Becher, photography giants of the Düsseldorf School, emerge from the shadows in New York show

The exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum of Art is the pair’s first major US survey and will include their signature grid works as well as largely unknown early pieces

Face to face: New exhibition in Switzerland explores how El Greco became Picasso’s ‘first love’

The deep and life-long influence of the Old Master on the Modernist is explored in an exhibition that pairs their works at the Kunstmuseum Basel

Controversially postponed Philip Guston show finally gets going. How has it changed?

The changing of dates of a four-city survey, purportedly due to the artist’s Ku Klux Klan motifs, caused uproar in 2020. Now, after a curatorial rethink, the first exhibition is set to open

New York’s Hispanic Society reveals ten new acquisitions, including portrait of Goya and set of Orozco drawings

The José Clemente Orozco will go on show at the Hispanic Society Museum & Library in early 2023 as part of a show about the famed Mexican muralist

Duking it out: Anselm Kiefer takes on the Venetian masters at the Palazzo Ducale

German artist creates new works that respond to those created by Tintoretto and others

Icelandic pavilion: The magnetic attraction of light and sound

Sigurður Guðjónsson’s mesmerising work in the cavernous Artiglierie uses the movement of metal particles around a magnet

Winslow Homer’s American odyssey is retold in New York show

The Metropolitan Museum of Art exhibition, which will travel to London’s National Gallery later this year, highlights works inspired by the artist’s journeys

M.C. Escher's illusionist art has long been ignored by the establishment due to its mass appeal. A Houston show hopes to correct that

Museum of Fine Arts, Houston takes a serious look at the work of the Dutch printmaker, whose mind-bending illustrations have adorn bedroom walls the world over

Recently discovered works by Jacques-Louis David to go show in New York

Exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum of Art will focus on the preparatory sketches for some of the French painter’s best known masterpieces

The splendour of the Palace of Versailles springs up in the Middle East

Objects recalling palace life in its pre-revolutionary pomp go on display at the Louvre Abu Dhabi

How Walt Disney’s love of Rococo transformed animation

An exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York explores how the legendary film-maker came to be inspired by French decorative arts

Anti-establishment artist Ray Johnson celebrated in Art Institute of Chicago exhibition

"His energy is antagonistic to everything we do in the museum world"

‘We had to give it our best shot’: inside the Getty’s record-setting Caillebotte acquisition

The Los Angeles museum’s first Caillebotte fills a major gap in its telling of the history of Impressionism

Acquisitions round-up: photography trove is Czech Republic's largest art donation in decades

Our pick of the latest gifts and purchases to enter institutional collections worldwide

No fillers in weighty show of Renaissance portraits

A major exhibition that includes nearly 90 paintings at Amsterdam’s Rijksmuseum boasts a series of blockbuster-calibre loans

Seeing double: huge Jasper Johns retrospective opens in two cities, 100 miles apart

Simultaneous shows in New York and Philadelphia cover the artist's seven-decade career and include more than 550 works in total

Face doesn't fit? Getty Center show to shed new light on triptych by 14th-century artist Paolo Veneziano

First US exhibition devoted to the Trecento artist questions previous assumptions and reunites key panels