Exhibitions

Here she comes: 'Problematic' femme fatale trope gets feminist reappraisal in Hamburg exhibition

Artists from Dante Gabriel Rossetti to Nan Goldin are brought together at the Hamburger Kunsthalle to re-examine the stereotype’s origins and new takes

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Maxwell Alexandre forces Inhotim Institute in Brazil to remove his work, citing his ‘embarrassment’ over museum's treatment of Black subject matter

Large-scale paintings were featured without his knowledge in an exhibition at the vast contemporary art venue

Metropolitan Museum show to reunite two Van Gogh masterpieces after 120 years apart

A major exhibition next year will survey the artist’s fascination with the undulating trees

Naples exhibition reveals how the city was the perfect foil for Artemisia Gentileschi

The painter, arguably Europe’s greatest female Old Master, had a flourishing workshop in the southern Italian city, interacting with key contemporaries there

The Big Review: Edward Hopper’s New York ★★★★☆

A vivid portrait of the American artist’s fruitful relationship with the city he called home for nearly six decades

Bank on it: Milan exhibition explores the long and mutually beneficial history of art and finance

From Michelangelo to Morandi and the Medici to the Rothschilds, a Gallerie d’Italia show looks at the relationship between artists and their patrons

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Big Butch Energy: Nina Chanel Abney tells stories of college fraternities and sororities through collage

Depictions of hedonistic campus experiences are reframed through the parameters of sexuality, race and gender in the artist’s new exhibition at ICA Miami

Mexican émigré Olga Costa makes a fruitful return to her native city with Leipzig exhibition

The German city is hosting the first major European exhibition of her paintings, which are barely known outside her adopted country of Mexico

From working at the dollar store to exhibiting at the museum next door: artist Didier William returns to Miami

The Haitian-American artist’s largest retrospective to date, staged at the Museum of Contemporary Art North Miami, is in the very neighbourhood where he grew up

In pictures: journey back in time through the Everglades

An exhibition in Miami of historic photographs marks the 75th anniversary of the founding of Florida’s famous Everglades National Park

Madagascar exhibition puts pioneering African photo magazine in the spotlight

Revue Noire published the work of thousands of artists of African origin during its ten-year lifespan

Ukrainian Modernist masterpieces transported from Kyiv under missile fire find refuge in Madrid exhibition

Survey show at Museo Nacional Thyssen-Bornemisza will open with an address by President Zelensky and a symposium calling for a European cultural deal with Ukraine

Sophia Kishkovsky. With additional reporting by Kabir Jhala

Do UK museums ignore violence against women?

Despite the availability of work by high-profile artists, leading institutions are reticent about confronting a pressing issue

The rediscovery of Abstract Expressionist Bernice Bing

The Chinese American artist, who died at age 62 in relative obscurity, is the subject of an illuminating exhibition at the Asian Art Museum in San Francisco

Largest show of Baroque artist Guido Reni—long overshadowed by rival Caravaggio—shines a light on a 'divine' talent

Frankfurt’s Städel Museum will present around 130 of his paintings, drawings and etchings

Is Qatar's Fifa World Cup a lesson in artwashing?

Plus, how long left of the good times in the New York auction world? And abstract Black figuration

Hosted by Ben Luke. With guest speakers Hannah McGivern and Georgina Adam. Produced by David Clack, Aimee Dawson and Henrietta Bentall
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Carracci's lavish frescoes from dismantled Roman chapel are reunited in their home city after 200 years in exile

Exhibition at Palazzo Barberini is the finale of a “momentous” trio of shows bringing the cycle of 16 works back together

'I tend not to see men, strangely': photographer Hannah Starkey on constructing a more truthful world inhabited by women

As Hepworth Wakefield hosts a major retrospective of her work, the British artist explains why she has spent 25 years training her lens almost exclusively on women

Climate action: what is the art world doing?

Plus, the US National Gallery of Art’s women artists fund and one of the last paintings of Paula Modersohn-Becker

Hosted by Ben Luke. With guest speaker Louisa Buck. Produced by David Clack, Aimee Dawson and Henrietta Bentall
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Farewell to contemporary art in Russia: the cancellation of the Moscow Biennale marks the end of an era

Dozens of contemporary art shows have been forced to close since the outset of the war with Ukraine—but this one was meant to serve Putinist propaganda

Institutional critique artist Andrea Fraser joins Marian Goodman gallery—her first US commercial representation in more than a decade

For more than 30 years Fraser has used performances to draw attention to power structures within cultural organisations

German Expressionist women who made an indelible mark on Modernism get a rare London showing

Royal Academy of Arts exhibition includes well known names such as Käthe Kollwitz, as well as equally accomplished, but less famous, artists like Marianne Werefkin

Feeling fragile? Lyon Biennale returns after a three-year break and forges ties to the city and its past

Works by more than 200 artists are on show across French city, in sites that range from Renaissance courtyards to a former household appliance factory

The Big Review: Just Above Midtown at the Museum of Modern Art ★★★★★

New York's Just Above Midtown gallery launched the careers of numerous artists of colour, and this five-star exhibition about it is a celebration of the power of art

Vermeer roll call: final loans for Rijksmuseum blockbuster include masterworks from the Louvre and Met

The full list of paintings to be shown in the ambitious retrospective next year was announced at a press briefing in New York

Has a Mondrian work been exhibited upside down for 75 years?

A photograph taken in the Dutch artist’s studio shortly after his death suggests "New York City I" has been displayed the wrong way round since 1945