Exhibitions

Brazilian museum accused of censoring photographs of Marxist land reform movement

The museum claims the works' removal was due to a scheduling issue, but the curators involved in the selection described the images' omission as "disrespectful and unjust”

Six must-see shows during Frieze New York

From Genesis P-Orridge at Pioneer Works to Louise Bourgeois at the Met, our pick of the best exhibitions in the city this week

Three exhibitions to see in New York this weekend

From Ouattara Watts at Karma to Lydia Ourahmane at the SculptureCenter

Berthe Morisot—‘one of the most significant Impressionists’—to get major London show

The exhibition at the Dulwich Picture Gallery will explore the little-known influence of 18th-century English painting, which the artist encountered on her honeymoon

Saving Ukraine’s heritage: an eyewitness account of relief efforts

Plus, the Cezanne blockbuster at The Art Institute of Chicago and Nicola L.’s Gold Femme Commode at Alison Jacques

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Best shows for… discovering the hot new name

From the smell of Blackness to Tamil folklore-inspired ceramics—we pick out four exhibitions by the most exciting emerging artists

Glyn Philpot's sensitive portraits of Black models bring renewed interest in the artist who fell out of fashion

An exhibition at Pallant House Gallery explores the artist's life and the change of style that contributed to him being out of favour

Archaeologist, adventurer and spinner of tales: the life of Heinrich Schliemann is reassessed in Berlin show

Famed for his discovery of Troy, an exhibition at the James-Simon-Galerie and Neues Museum unpicks fact from fiction

Philippines election: artist explores Marcos family’s ill-gotten art and jewels as son Ferdinand Jr leads presidential polls

As the country elects new leader, Pio Abad tells us about the Marcoses’ misinformation and cynical use of mythology, which is the focus of his new show

Three exhibitions to see in New York this weekend

From Carlito Carvalhosa at Galeria Nara Roesler to Haley Josephs at Jack Barrett

America's racial reckoning: inside the controversial Guston show

Plus, London's new Queer Britain museum and a rediscovered work by Caterina Angela Pierozzi

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A rare Van Gogh letter about the Sunflowers will go on display

Vincent’s note to his artist friend Emile Bernard is to be included in an exhibition of the Springer Collection at Madrid’s Thyssen Museum

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'The apple of my eye': New Cezanne show in London and Chicago includes still life once owned and loved by Gauguin

Retrospective opens at the Art Institute of Chicago this month and travels to Tate in October

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'Art world disillusionment led me to make art with memes': artist Cem A on his London exhibition

The man behind the infamous Instagram account @freeze_magazine shows his meme creations at the Barbican

Interview by Frank Wasser

How Filipino American artist Carlos Villa poignantly visualised Asian American invisibility

The late artist’s large-scale work ‘First Impression’, on view in the Newark Museum’s exhibition of his work, offers a timely reflection amid a wave of racist violence directed at Asian Americans

Nick Cave: ‘Art has always been my saviour’

As he prepares for his first museum retrospective in his home city of Chicago, the artist discusses his roots in fashion design and collaborating with his brother

Macron wins: what now for the French art scene?

Plus, Walter Sickert at Tate Britain and Gordon Parks at the Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh

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Three exhibitions to see in New York this weekend

From Lukas Quietzsch at Ramiken to Matisse at the Museum of Modern Art

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From cosy to creepy: new displays at Bletchley Park muddle Britain's honourable Nazi-fighting history with a contested present

The museum—set inside a Buckinghamshire country house—has opened its largest ever gallery, called the Intelligence Factory, this week

Matisse’s masterpiece The Red Studio recreated 100 years later for New York show

The objects in the painting—including several of the artist's own works—have been brought together for an exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art, which later travels to Copenhagen

The women-dominated Venice Biennale has been criticised for sacrificing quality—revealing just how necessary such progressive projects really are

Described by some as a “politically correct” move, around 90% of the artists in Cecilia Alemani's exhibition 'The Milk of Dreams' are female

Only known work by female Old Master artist Caterina Angela Pierozzi unveiled in London

For centuries, it was thought that none of her paintings survived—now a new discovery is on show at Colnaghi Gallery

In Edinburgh, an urn containing dust older than the sun provides an elegy to our disappearing world

Katie Paterson has ground materials from fossils to Iraq War ephemera as a comment on widespread ecological collapse

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

An exhibition shines a light on pathbreaking Indigenous glass artists

‘Clearly Indigenous’ at the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture looks at the myriad ways Indigenous artists have re-imagined traditional imagery and techniques in the uniquely pliable material

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The 2022 Whitney Biennial spotlights video artists who are pushing the medium forward

Works by Alfredo Jaar, Dave McKenzie and the collective Moved by the Motion are among the most powerful in the crowded exhibition

Tate Britain show probes Walter Sickert’s French connection

Exhibition, which will travel to the Petit Palais in Paris, examines the profound influence Degas, Manet and Bonnard had on the artist and his work

The Barnes Foundation exhumes its little-known Indigenous art collection

An exhibition tracks Albert C. Barnes’s brief but significant collecting spree of Native objects

Three exhibitions to see in New York this weekend

From Deana Lawson at MoMA PS1 to Kyle Staver at Half Gallery