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


Exhibition reveals how artists processed the trauma of a racist mass shooting

Writers, poets and artists create work for show at Buffalo AKG Art Museum after 2022 mass shooting in the city that killed ten Black people

Photography and feminist activism, Jacob Rothschild remembered and Robert Ryman

We speak to the curators of the South London Gallery's latest show and to our founding editor about the legacy one of the UK's leading philanthropists. We also discuss Robert Ryman's work Adelphi on show at the Musée de l’Orangerie

From audioguides without men to a new women's museum in London, here's how the art world is celebrating International Women's Day

We've compiled a list of exhibitions of events whose impact on foregrounding women artists is likely to live on beyond one calendar day

The Smithsonian American Women’s History Museum opens its first (digital) exhibition

Launching on International Women's Day, 'Becoming Visible' focuses on five historical women whose achievements have been glaringly overlooked

Jewel was meant for Crystal Bridges: the singer will create an ‘art experience’ at the Arkansas museum

With a focus on art and wellness, the project will include Jewel’s own visual art, a drone show set to a new composition and a curated meal

Must-see shows in and around Maastricht during Tefaf

From an Isaac Julien retrospective and an artist’s haunted hotel to the story of the city's 17th-century siege

Revisiting Jean-Michel Basquiat's Los Angeles breakthroughs

New show, co-curated by Larry Gagosian, includes works Basquiat made with dismantled fenceposts from the property in Venice that he used as a studio

Collectors withdraw works from Barbican show after centre pulls its support for talk on Israel-Hamas war

Quilts by Loretta Pettway have been removed from a major textile survey at the London institution over accusations of “censorship and repression”

Dramatic turn: how the theatre was integral to Rembrandt’s art

A new exhibition in Amsterdam explores how the Old Master's paintings and drawings were inspired and informed by the art of acting

Two big shows in New York and Frankfurt attempt to uncover the many guises of Käthe Kollwitz

The German artist defied easy categorisation but exhibitions at MoMA and the Städel Museum aim to shine a light on the importance of her work

New dawn: the birth of Impressionism revisited 150 years later for Paris exhibition

Musée d’Orsay brings together works by Monet, Renoir, Degas and others first seen in a landmark 1874 exhibition

'See Stop Run': Christopher Wool's flashback to DIY, gritty 1970s New York

The American artist has staged an independent exhibition in an unoccupied space in the heart of Manhattan's financial district

Judy Baca turns Lacma into her studio as she charts the history of Los Angeles

The artist is working on sections of 'The Great Wall of Los Angeles' at the museum

Royal Academy of Arts’s forgotten founding member Angelica Kauffman gets solo show

The Swiss-born portraitist and history painter was celebrated in her lifetime but later fell into obscurity


India's caste issues given rare spotlight in Noida exhibition

Vikrant Bhise’s paintings at Anant Art gallery explore the suffering of marginalised communities and depict anti-caste leaders like Ambedkar 

Robert Capa show at Mussolini’s villa sparks controversy

Questions asked about how former home of fascist ruler came to host exhibition of Jewish photojournalist

Museum’s decision to remove artist’s monograph from its bookstore sparks questions about freedom of expression

Doug Argue’s exhibition at the Weisman Art Museum last year was not accompanied by the book that inspired it due to sensitivities Argue likened to “book banning”

Dozens of Los Angeles galleries will mount science-related shows for the Getty’s next PST Art programme

More than 40 galleries in the city will stage shows that resonate with PST Art’s focus on the intersections of art and science

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Our pick of some of the best exhibitions to see during Art Dubai

From Cartier's Islamic inspiration at the Louvre Abu Dhabi to Pakistani artist and activist Lala Rukh at the Sharjah Art Foundation


Nari Ward: the artist using found objects to tell the stories of Harlem and beyond

Ahead of a new show in Milan, the New York-based artist explains how he came to use materials such as bottles and baseball bats after becoming frustrated with drawing, and why he uses ceremonial methods in his work

Is the Royal Academy's 'Entangled Pasts' exhibition radical? Yes—for the Royal Academy

The London institution may have woken up to its responsibility of presenting its role in Britain’s imperial past. But please don't go back to sleep...

Harold Cohen's pioneering AI works provide essential context for conversations about generative art

The Whitney Museum of American Art is spotlighting the late art and technology innovator's prescient "AARON" series

Fowler Museum offers historic and contemporary expressions of Sikh experience

Exhibition brings together works representing the world’s fifth largest religious community

Blum Gallery looks back on three decades of bringing Japanese contemporary art to the US

The gallery’s 30th-anniversary show chronicles the Japanese art movements it has had a hand in popularising across the Pacific