Exhibitions

Powerhouse south London art organisation Gasworks celebrates 30 years

The exhibition space, international residency and workshop has given early platforms to now major names like Tania Bruguera, Sonia Boyce and Subodh Gupta

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Proud mum Madonna drops in on son Rocco’s Miami show

His "Pack a Punch" paintings are inspired by Thai boxers

Rejected Polish Venice Biennale artist to stage own show near national pavilion

Ignacy Czwartos will present 15 paintings in an exhibition entitled Polonia Uncensored—close to the Giardini site

Five museum shows to see in Chicago this spring

From a retrospective of Chicago Imagist Christina Ramberg to a group show of Native American photography and video

Max Levai, former president of soon closing Marlborough Gallery, brings Frank Auerbach exhibition to Venice

The dealer will show 12 works by the German-British painter spanning 50 years of his career

Secrets of Caravaggio’s last masterpiece revealed in new London show

The Martyrdom of Saint Ursula painting will take centre stage in a forthcoming show at the National Gallery

Bonaventure Soh Bejeng Ndikung to curate the São Paulo biennial in 2025

The Berlin-based curator has previously held roles at Documenta and the Dak’Art biennial in Senegal

Russia lending its Venice Biennale pavilion to Bolivia

The Russian pavilion will host a group exhibition of artists from South America organised by Bolivia’s Ministry of Cultures, Decolonisation and Depatriarchalisation

Nature, humanity and technology collide in Pierre Huyghe show

The French artist has embraced robotics and machine learning for his latest works, which are being premiered at his sprawling exhibition in Venice

Intimate photo stories of war

A thought-provoking exhibition of work by the late photojournalist Tim Hetherington at London's Imperial War Museum

Tate Modern swaps its Turners for a ride with Der Blaue Reiter

A London exhibition of the Expressionist movement aims to show “there is more to the early Modernist period than starry, solitary male artists”

Forbidden City and Versailles are brought together in Beijing exhibition

Show focuses on the golden age of collecting between France and China in the 17th and 18th centuries

China, France and a unifying love of bling: Palace Museum show draws on parallels between cultures

The exhibition in Beijing of 17th- and 18th-century objects from the Forbidden City and the Palace of Versailles will look at how artisans on opposite sides of the world influenced each other

Blockbuster Picasso show to head to Hong Kong next year

Musée National Picasso in Paris to loan more than 60 works to M+ museum

Artist’s film marks fourth anniversary of UK Covid-19 lockdown

Simon Roberts’s work incorporates mortality figures and contributions from key politicians

How Constantin Brâncuși shaped the course of sculpture in the 20th century

The Centre Pompidou in Paris is staging a huge exhibition of the Romanian artist’s work with a “lively and joyful” thematic hang

The Big Review: Joan Jonas at the Museum of Modern Art, New York ★★★★★

An arresting and endearing retrospective of the trailblazing performance artist that you will want to see again and again

The 2024 Whitney Biennial in five key themes

The Whitney Museum’s flagship contemporary art showcase turns on questions of identity, authenticity and mutability, which play out across more than a handful of interrelated topics

'Maximum-security society': Julia Scher restages post-9/11 surveillance installation in New York

At the newly expanded Ortuzar Projects, the artist's enduring exploration privacy and spying takes on new meanings in the age of drones and smartphones

Tbilisi ‘rebel’ artist Karlo Kacharava’s visions of glasnost Georgia are getting a posthumous re-evaluation—will a market one follow?

Kacharava’s first international solo show at Smak in Ghent comes two years after Modern Art gallery signed the artist’s estate

The best of the Flemish Masters come together in Ashmolean exhibition

Around 120 drawings will be on show at the Oxford museum for a limited time

Neon work in Whitney Biennial features unexpected ‘free Palestine’ message

The biennial’s curators were unaware of the statement in a work by Demian DinéYazhi’ prior to the exhibition preview

French connection: how post-war Paris lured US artists

'Americans in Paris' is the inaugural exhibition at Grey Art Museum's new location at 18 Cooper Square, New York

Radical reboot of Black presence in art explored in three London shows

The white, Western canon is being reassessed at the National Portrait Gallery, the Royal Academy and the Dulwich Picture Gallery

The Big Review: Yoko Ono at Tate Modern, London ★★★★

A retrospective of Ono’s pioneering and provocative work shows that she is not quite the artist you might have imagined

Francesca Woodman’s posthumous path to A-lister

Exhibitions at Gagosian in New York and National Portrait Gallery in London confirm late photographer’s arrival

German museum director at centre of row over cancelled Candice Breitz exhibition steps down

Andrea Jahn will leave her post four months after Breitz's show was cancelled over her views on the conflict in Gaza