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Pittsburgh’s Carnegie International is a DIY (Do Interpret Yourself) exhibition

The show’s curator Ingrid Schaffner has avoided an ill-fitting theme and allowed the art to speak for itself—sometimes this works and sometimes it does not

John Akomfrah digs into history’s darkness at the New Museum

The British film-maker’s first US museum survey at the New Museum shows that he is one of the most forceful and stirring artists of the day—and one of our best social archaeologists

National Gallery names art historian Wu Hung as 2019 Mellon Lecturer

The scholar will give six talks surveying more than 2,000 years of Chinese history

History repeating itself? Three major US shows look at 1930s art and political climate

Exhibitions of Grant Wood, Precisionism and interwar Europe draw parallels with today

National Gallery of Art show integrates the outliers

Outliers and American Vanguard Art in Washington, DC, makes clear that schooled and self-taught artists have never been that far apart

Sittow survey in Washington, DC, helps celebrate 100 years of Estonian Republic

Court artist had an impressive roster of sitters including Mary Rose Tudor

Time to look: Laura Owens’s self-reflective paintings demand considered attention

Visitors should not rush through the Los Angeles artist’s mid-career survey at New York’s Whitney Museum

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Why the process of painting never ends

The US artist Brice Marden takes a new tack in his latest works, on show at Gagosian in London

Three to see: New York

From a divine Renaissance man to Indian Modernists

The man without a face: Jimmie Durham at the Whitney Museum

Questions about identity abound in the travelling retrospective of the American artist’s work

Pace Gallery remembers Elizabeth Murray with show of her 1980s work

The late painter’s shaped canvases, including some museum loans, are the subject of a survey in New York

Reviews in brief: our take on the top shows in Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA

The Getty Foundation-backed series of exhibitions across Southern California this year looks at the cultural crosscurrents between Latin America and Los Angeles. Here, we offer capsule reviews of some of the most significant exhibitions

Three to see: Los Angeles

Lygia Clark’s spray gun painting is complemented by a survey of radical Latin American female artists

Kathy Halbreich to lead Rauschenberg Foundation

The current associate director of MoMA plans to put her relationships with artists "to very good use"

How migratory birds helped an artist tap into Kosovan cultural heritage

Petrit Halilaj has made 500 sculptures based on images of Neolithic artefacts

How New York made Mondrian truly Modern

The artist was brilliant long before he came to the city, but his US works are his greatest achievements

Bibliophiles rejoice: New York Art Book Fair returns this weekend

Hundreds of exhibitors are due to take part and a slew of events are planned

Mapping out Pacific Standard Time's second act

How do you organise an event with more than 70 exhibitions?

ICA LA moves into Los Angeles' downtown Arts District

Former Santa Monica museum relaunches in renovated clothing factory

Artist brings 50 US flags from 50 states to New York

For his travelling project, Mel Ziegler exchanged old flags—from private homeowners, a National Guard office and even a casino—for new ones

Museums in Houston reopen after Hurricane Harvey

The Museum of Fine Arts will offer three days of free admission

How Pacific Standard Time plans to reframe film and video history

A group of exhibitions and programmes to artists from across the Americas

Pioneering American artist Daniel LaRue Johnson dies

His work is currently on show in Soul of a Nation at Tate Modern

Tate Modern chronicles the rise of Black Power in post-war America

Tate Modern chronicles the rise of Black Power in post-war America

Nanne Dekking named chair of The European Fine Art Foundation

The former Sotheby's executive takes over from Willem van Roijen and will be based in New York

Tate Modern chronicles the rise of Black Power in post-war America

Soul of a Nation includes around 150 works looking at the realities of the African American experience

MoMA gets $50m from Steven and Alexandra Cohen for expansion

In recognition of the gift, the New York museum will name its largest new gallery after the collectors

Getty reimposes the rule of time

Chronological displays opening in 2018 at the Getty Villa will supersede themed galleries

In an organisational shift, Met president Daniel Weiss takes over as chief executive

The change comes as the museum starts the search for a new director to focus on the “core mission”

A comprehensive Piet Mondrian survey opens in the Hague

The exhibition includes early works that bring a new perspective on the Dutch painter

MoMA finishes first phase of expansion project

The museum has also announced plans for its $400m extension due to open in 2019

De Stijl in the Netherlands: a round-up

Three excellent exhibitions explore different approaches to Neoplasticism

Giuseppe Penone unveils Rome’s first permanent installation of contemporary art

The luxury fashion brand Fendi commissioned the new work, installed outside its flagship boutique

Marciano Foundation unveiled to the Los Angeles public

The private museum is lodged in a former Masonic temple

Hal Foster named next Mellon lecturer at the National Gallery of Art

The historian will discuss how artists invented new forms after the brutality of the Second World War


What a Renaissance artist taught Freud about memory

A new book looks at the psychoanalyst’s favourite Old Master fresco—and his inability to remember the artist’s name


Frieze New York's Spotlight shines on hidden gems

Follow curator Toby Kamps's tour of the 20th-century art section

MoMA collection takes a Paris vacation

Some works, like Andy Warhol’s 32-part Campbell's Soup Cans (1962), have never before been shown in France

Winner winner chicken dinner: Bridget Donahue awarded Frieze Frame Prize

The installation of drawings, collages and sculptures by Susan Cianciolo was inspired by a visit to a Milan eatery

A life’s work: Ellsworth Kelly’s last paintings

Matthew Marks shows the late artist's final works

Frieze New York gets theatrical

For this year’s Frieze Projects tribute, four artists will recreate and riff on Galleria La Tartaruga’s historic Teatro delle Mostre exhibition, which turned experiences into works of art

Pop goes the yacht: Roy Lichtenstein’s designs for America’s Cup sail to Vermont

As well as the artist’s models, drawings and the mermaid-themed vessel itself, the exhibition includes the premier of a documentary film about the historic project


Satellite dish: what to see at fairs outside the Frieze New York tent

In addition to the main fair, a number of other events offer a range of events, exhibitions and enticements across the city. Here are some things to look out for this year.


The best shows in town during Frieze New York

Our pick of the top exhibitions around the city this week

Stedelijk explores design solutions created in response to the refugee crisis

Solution or Utopia? is the first of five exhibitions planned by the museum to tackle issues of immigration

Frick shows that collecting is a scholarly subject

Center for the History of Collecting marks its first decade with book release and reveals ambitions to do more work with living collectors

Shows set to let textile artist and printmaker Anni Albers shine

The wife and fellow Bauhaus refugee of Josef is at the forefront of two forthcoming exhibitions, including a full-scale survey of her work planned for 2018 at Tate Modern

Latest Hugo Boss Prize by Guggenheim awarded to Yi's olfactory object

The 11th edition of this exhibition links nature with nurture

Pictures Generation artist Lawler confronts ‘alternative facts’ at MoMA

As fake news and 'fake news' takes over politics, Louise Lawler's retrospective hits home