New insights about Hans Holbein and his sitters come to light ahead of London and Frankfurt shows

The exhibition at the Queen’s Gallery will display rarely shown drawings, while the Städel Museum survey will show what might be the artist’s oldest known painting

New York’s performance art biennial returns, with a focus on the heyday of conceptual art

The 2023 Performa Biennial takes as its starting point the conceptual art of the 1960s and 70s, across works by 40 contemporary artists

Art or design? Art Week Tokyo exhibition relooks at the role of craft in post-war Japanese art

Curator Kenjiro Hosaka on five highlights from his AWT Focus exhibition, which brings together over 100 works from participating galleries

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Five essential exhibitions to visit during Art Week Tokyo

Art Week Tokyo makes it easy to explore the city's many museum and gallery exhibitions. Our writers pick out some of the highlights to see this autumn

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Major Daido Moriyama retrospective in London highlights his early, influential experiments

The Photographers’ Gallery exhibition explores how the artist railed against tradition as post-war Japan turned its focus towards the West

Saudi Arabia's Diriyah Biennale announces programme for 2024

After Rain exhibition, featuring 92 artists, is organised by curator Ute Meta Bauer

Show draws links between China’s opium wars and today’s opioid crisis

Exhibition of artefacts of 19th-century opium trade includes training for visitors on dealing with overdoses

Van Gogh’s sunflowers blossom in Japan

The masterpiece is celebrated in a show at Tokyo’s Sompo Museum

Kunsthaus Zurich advisers quit in conflict over new Bührle exhibition

The experts were hired after a previous iteration of the show was deemed inadequate in addressing the dark legacy of Emil Georg Bührle, who made his fortune selling weapons to Nazi Germany

A transparent show for a transphobic world: performance artist Puppies Puppies exhibits herself in a glass box for four months

The artist has recreated her bedroom and studio in the lobby of Manhattan's New Museum for a durational work grounded in activism

Artes Mundi hits the road: Welsh contemporary art prize exhibition opens with a focus on the Middle East

Artists such as Mounira Al Solh give the country-wide exhibition additional relevance

Four artists withdraw from 2024 Istanbul Biennial as curator row deepens

The participants invited this year call for "transparent forms of communication"—the biennial foundation says dialogue channels are still open

Kyiv Biennial's main exhibition in Vienna brings together the fragments of conflict

The show—the centrepiece of an event being hosted in several cities across Europe—features work addressing the Russia-Ukraine war as well as examples of authoritarian rule and political subjugation from further afield

Arte Povera comes to Paris: major exhibition to open at Bourse de Commerce next year

The show curated by Carolyn Christov-Bakargiev will include loans from the Castello di Rivoli

Forthcoming survey of work by John Craxton spotlights artist's love for Greece

'Poster boy' for the neo-Classical movement who disappeared under the radar eschewed fame for a place in the sun

After referendum defeat, Indigenous Australian artists reclaim their voice in Adelaide

The Tarnanthi art festival features more than 1,500 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists


Paris+: is the French capital still on the rise as a cultural hub?

Plus, Hiroshi Sugimoto at the Hayward Gallery in London and Marie Laurencin's 'La femme-cheval'

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Clothes swap among highlights as Sculpture by the Sea celebrates 25 years on Bondi Beach

A melting ice-cream truck that was a crowd-pleaser in 2006, is making a comeback this year

Five shows to see during UK Black History Month

From Wangari Mathenge at Pippy Houldsworth Gallery to a celebration of Black British designers at Somerset House

Is a Renoir landscape of the Mediterranean in fact a painting of Guernsey?

Curators of an exhibition at the island’s Candie Museum believe the subject has been misattributed and may actually be the Bay of St Peter Port

What would Mark Rothko make of the world today? His son discusses his legacy and market at launch of major Fondation Louis Vuitton exhibition

Christopher Rothko has co-curated the vast Paris show, which includes more than 115 works from international collections

Van Gogh paints by the River Seine, a stepping stone to Provence

A revelatory exhibition in Amsterdam on Vincent’s landscapes from the outskirts of Paris—along with those of his avant-garde colleagues

Frieze turns 20: what's next for the popular art fair?

Plus, we speak to the artist Hildigunnur Birgisdóttir, who will be representing Iceland in Venice next year, and pick a work from the Matisse show at the Metropolitan Museum in New York

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Lee Miller’s life and work explored in images and outfits at the Brighton Museum

Newly discovered clothes from the attic of the photographer's house are shown alongside 35 of her best-known works

Tania Bruguera exhibition in Chile opens in modified form after uproar over artist's political stance

The Salvador Allende Solidarity Museum delayed the opening of the Cuban-born artist's solo exhibition amid pushback from Allende family members and supporters

In the latest Made in LA biennial, art and life are one

The latest edition of the Hammer Museum’s closely-watched biennial takes its title, “Acts of Living”, from a comment by revered Southern California assemblage sculptor Noah Purifoy

New show at London's No.9 Cork Street opens doors to Australian art’s diversity

Australia’s new cultural initiative launches its international arm at Frieze London with a group show co-curated by the Indigenous artist Tony Albert

Natural causes: artists address climate crisis in inventive ways

With world temperatures hitting record highs this summer, a plethora of exhibitions in London and beyond explore our relationship to the planet


'How do you take the palette of a sunset and sour it just a little?' Tammy Nguyen on her solo show at the ICA Boston

Tammy Nguyen discusses her exhibition at ICA Boston, which takes on the legacy of transcendentalism through the lens of the Vietnam War