Exhibitions

How the ‘world’s most beautiful bookstore’ is fighting misinformation in Portugal

Livraria Lello’s charitable arm, headquartered in a 14th-century Gothic monastery just outside Porto, seeks to educate visitors through its inaugural exhibition

‘Groundbreaking’ UK exhibition spotlights work of disabled, D/deaf and neurodivergent artists

Towards New Worlds brings together the work of 15 creatives, with a key mission being to counter traditionally siloed views of disabled artists’ work

Turkish authorities close exhibition on transgender community amid broader LGBTQ+ crackdown

Police officers delivered a notice from a district governor that alleged the show at Depo Istanbul incited the public to hatred

Out of the shadows: the enigmatic art of Mabel Pryde Nicholson celebrated in UK show

The exhibition tells the story of the artist‘s late-flowering but tragically brief career

Lost self-portrait by UK painter Norman Cornish discovered behind bar scene

The undated work, which was during conservation work, is going on display in an exhibition at the Bowes Museum in County Durham

In Guggenheim exhibition, Jenny Holzer grapples with the post-internet world she helped inspire

A lacklustre show begs the question: can Holzer survive the scrutiny that her institutional exaltation invites in 2024?

The next Frida Kahlo? Exhibition lifts the lid on legacy of art market darling Leonora Carrington

A UK selling show—curated by Carrington's cousin—taps into a growing interest in the Mexico-based Surrealist artist

Another object has been stolen from the British Museum—but this time by an artist

Ilê Sartuzi's short-lived heist involving a 17th-century coin draws parallels to the recent scandal over the theft of thousands of items from the museum’s collection

Twenty years on from its founding, Luma Foundation shows itself to be at the top of its game in Arles

The non-profit organisation is hosting a dozen shows at its glittering French outpost, with many exemplifying the potency of its mission

From Korea to the world: Olympics exhibition will immerse visitors in the country's complex modern history

As the games open in Paris, the Grand Palais Immersif will show digital, video and VR works by ten contemporary Korean artists alongside pieces by Nam June Paik

In partnership withMinistry of Culture, Sports and Tourism & Korea Arts Management Service

Ex-Mormon artist pulls exhibition from Arizona museum over concurrent Mormon art show

The artist Angela Ellsworth withdrew her show due to a communication breakdown with Mesa Contemporary Arts Museum

The Broad will reimagine a famed Joseph Beuys reforestation project

Inspired by '7000 Eichen (7000 Oaks)' and organised in conjunction with PST Art, the initiative coincides with a major solo show of the artist’s work

'Why can’t this be done in Churchill’s former home?': Mohammed Sami reflects on conflict with Blenheim Palace solo show

The ninth contemporary art exhibition to be held at the palace presents 14 new works by the Iraqi artist

Looted Asante treasures find a new palace home in Ghana

Objects from the British Museum and the Victoria & Albert Museum are on loan to the Asante king, while the Fowler Museum has transferred ownership of seven items

Rencontres d'Arles 2024 offers a stark reminder of the fictions that shape us

The latest edition of the renowned photography festival features several exhibitions highlighting the dangers of taking imagery at face value

Anselm Kiefer to meet Vincent van Gogh in Royal Academy exhibition

Plus, Kerry James Marshall blockbuster to take over the main RA galleries next autumn

Lacma accused of showing counterfeit Korean works

A panel of Korean art experts have deemed four pieces displayed in a recent exhibition to be fakes

The Big Review: Michelangelo: the Last Decades at the British Museum, London ★★★☆☆

In the absence of large-scale works, the London show focuses instead on the objects that reveal the artist’s deepening spirituality

Art is on the curriculum at The Campus, a former school in upstate New York transformed by six galleries

From former classrooms, locker rooms, labs, a gymnasium and an overgrown football field, art is present in nearly every space

St Louis gallery takes down artists' pro-Palestine exhibition after deeming it anti-semitic

The abrupt closure of the Craft Alliance exhibition came as a shock to the two featured artists

Gauguin’s complex life and career probed in huge Canberra survey

Exhibition curated by a former Louvre director includes a deep-dive into the artist’s time in French Polynesia, where he painted many of his most famous works

Qatar Museums and Venice's new protocol of co-operation includes aim of restoring 'symbolic parts of the city’

Renewable five-year agreement, announced during Art for Tomorrow conference, covers collaboration on regeneration of cultural heritage, art publications and connections between Venetian and Islamic architecture

Ballet dancer, Bond villain and bold painters: the art of the Trinidadian brothers best-known for their work on stage and screen

Boscoe and Geoffrey Holder, whose art is on show at Victoria Miro, had a remarkable range of talents beyond painting, from music to dance, acting and costume design

‘I don’t think art in itself can change anything, but...’ Five decades of Peter Kennard’s art and activism

The UK artist, whose work has been turned into placards and posters, is having a retrospective at the Whitechapel Gallery in London

Cedric Morris and Arthur Lett-Haines show will put the spotlight back on the art rather than their eventful lives

While Morris is the better known of the two, it is Lett-Haines whose work is ripe for rediscovery says the curator

A stable of horse art canters into the Château de Versailles this summer

As the palace grounds host Olympic and Paralympic equine events, an exhibition of horse works by the likes of Leonardo, Rubens and Géricault will grace the interiors

Barbie’s fantastic life in plastic is picked apart at the Design Museum

The design history of the world’s most famous doll is being told in London

From Athens to the island of Hydra: a Greek odyssey beckons for New York artists

US artists including Dana Schutz, Tschabalala Self and George Condo have opened shows in the Mediterranean cultural hub—as their home country remains fractured

Cancelling Kehinde Wiley shows ‘does a disservice to the audiences’, anti-censorship group claims

The National Coalition Against Censorship is calling out museum leaders in Miami, Minneapolis and Omaha that cancelled or postponed Wiley’s exhibitions following sexual-assault allegations against him

Oyster sculptures and whale songs: exhibition on Governors Island explores the role of extraction in climate change

Jenny Kendler’s multidisciplinary project seeks kinship between humans and other animals