Exhibitions

Overlooked for decades, the spiritual and surreal paintings of Audra Skuodas make a star turn in Cleveland’s Front triennial

A prolific artist who died in 2019 after spending most of her life in Ohio, Skuodas produced an enigmatic oeuvre spanning many decades, styles and media

Exhibition traces the footsteps of the Prophet Muhammad in unprecedented detail

Show about the Hijrah—Muhammad's journey from Mecca to Medina—at Saudi Arabia’s Ithra Museum will go on a five-year world tour

Winold Reiss, the German immigrant artist who immortalised marginalised Americans

An exhibition at the New-York Historical Society surveys the career of the little-known artist and designer who devoted his art to Black, Indigenous and Asian Americans

Ai Weiwei to curate exhibition of works created by UK prisoners

The Chinese activist, detained in 2011, has visited prisons across the country

Is Alice Rahon the next Surrealist rediscovery?

San Francisco dealer Wendi Norris is giving Rahon the royal treatment, with a new exhibition and online archive

From French Impressionist masterworks to dancing party people: the must-see exhibitions at Edinburgh Art Festival

The Scottish visual arts platform includes more than 35 shows this year throughout the capital

Barbara Kruger’s wayward words opt for style over substance in expansive New York exhibitions

Shows featuring Kruger’s text-based works at David Zwirner and the Museum of Modern Art spark little tension

From Christo and Jeanne-Claude’s doomed Colorado projects to Precious Okoyomon’s utopian garden, Aspen Art Week's must-see exhibitions

The event coincides with the second edition of the Intersect Aspen art fair and the Aspen Art Museum’s annual ArtCrush benefit auction

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Art in the shadow of war: curating a show at Latvia's Mark Rothko Art Centre

Signs of the Russia-Ukraine conflict are everywhere in Latvia—and there's a growing number of culturally disenfranchised citizens, too

Controversial 'Black Boy' signs on British pubs explored in exhibition at Turner Contemporary

Turner prize nominee Ingrid Pollard seeks out depictions of African figure that "haunt every English town and village"

Artist’s salad restaurant chain replica sparks confusion and conversations about gentrification in Manhattan’s Chinatown

Over two weeks, Alexander Si served up pointed questions about the aesthetics of whiteness and eco-chic branding

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Art history as a sitcom: Jayson Musson serves up satire and nostalgia in Philadelphia exhibition

The main film in Musson's Fabric Workshop and Museum exhibition explains art to a cynical puppet, with inspiration from classic PBS children’s programmes and Joseph Beuys

A replica of a replica: Sturtevant's version of Claes Oldenburg's The Store to be restaged in London

Thaddaeus Ropac gallery will recreate a 1967 work by the American artist Sturtevant, which near-copied Oldenburg's 1961 installation as a comment on authorship and originality

Kosovo's capital Pristina bursts onto the global art scene with an ambitious Manifesta 14, which is more hit than miss

As well as international artists such as Ugo Rondinone and Lawrence Abu Hamdan, more than half of the biennial's participants are locals

Welcome home, Cerith Wyn Evans: Welsh artist gets major show in Llandudno

Neon and moving image works will fill five galleries at the arts centre Mostyn in north Wales

Some of the must-see exhibitions during Upstate Art Weekend in New York

The third annual iteration of the Hudson Valley arts festival features its biggest roster yet, with nearly 150 events and exhibitions

The plight of women artists impacted by the Russian invasion explored in New York exhibition

The show at Fridman Gallery features the work of artists who have faced emotional and logistical difficulties due to war

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‘It was really about making people focus’: the challenges of curating prolific polymath Virgil Abloh’s retrospective

A traveling Abloh retrospective’s first posthumous iteration, at the Brooklyn Museum, encapsulates the visionary artist and designer’s vast oeuvre

Cleveland’s Front International triennial explores healing through art-making

The second edition of the exhibition brings together the work of 100 artists across Ohio

Enriquillo Amiama, the Dominican Republic’s star painter, celebrated with retrospective in the nation’s capital

The exhibition at Santo Domingo’s Museo de Arte Moderno chronicles the trajectory of an ambitious painter

Previously undetected Buddha discovered in 16th-century ‘magic mirror’ after curator shines light on it

Image was uncovered in what was thought to be an ordinary handheld mirror in the Cincinnati Art Museum’s East Asian collection

Charles Gaines unearths America’s deep colonial roots in an expansive serial public art project

The conceptual artist’s first public project will unfold across three locations over the next two years—beginning in Times Square in New York

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Cara Despain explores the shrouded history of US nuclear weapons development

The exhibition offers a lens through which to view the current threat of nuclear war

Photographer Naima Green eulogises various forms of water and skin in New York exhibition

The artist’s powerful new body of work continues her exploration of queerness today

Chelsea Calling: this summer’s group shows remind the reign of gallery district

Blue chip galleries in New York’s original art district have put on their best shows with ambitious checklists and pairings

Documenta's director steps down over antisemitism scandal

Sabine Schormann's decision to resign as head of the Kassel exhibition was supported by a number of leading German politicians

South Australia’s Aboriginal arts community makes New York debut

Iwantja Arts sits in the heart of the outback, while its members use art to connect with one another and the rest of the world