Exhibitions

Flamenco, floating stages and a Stravinsky revival: programme for Venice's 2022 dance biennial revealed

Biennale Danza director Wayne McGregor has given the 16th international festival of contemporary dance the title of "Boundary-less" to reflect the current state of global flux

Under a revolutionary, emancipatory spell: Venice exhibition explores Surrealism’s interest in the occult

Major show at the Peggy Guggenheim Collection includes works by leading lights of Surrealism, including Leonora Carrington and Dorothea Tanning

London's Brent Biennial to explore immigrant, feminist and queer traditions

North-west London borough of Brent will host 12 artists’ projects in 12 different venues and public spaces

The 2022 Whitney Biennial in five key themes

The latest iteration of the Whitney Museum's closely-watched exhibition is structured around a contrast between light and dark, but a few motifs provide alternate ways of navigating the massive show

Washington's National Gallery of Art surveys five centuries of African influence on Western art

Spanning art from 17th century to today, the show aims to explore the complex and compelling histories and cultural legacy of the African diaspora

A brush with... Cornelia Parker

An in-depth interview with the artist on her cultural experiences and greatest influences, from Noam Chomsky to Bernini

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Cut from its frame in brazen theft and lost for 30 years, restored De Kooning painting will take centre stage in Getty show

Los Angeles museum will unveil the results of an intensive conservation of Woman-Ochre, which was badly damaged when it was stolen in 1985

'Native people are alive, not specimens or relics of the past': overdue retrospective honours Jean LaMarr’s groundbreaking work

The career-spanning exhibition at the Nevada Museum of Art explores how the artist subverted categorisation in an era where Native art was still considered folkloric

Winslow Homer’s American odyssey is retold in New York show

The Metropolitan Museum of Art exhibition, which will travel to London’s National Gallery later this year, highlights works inspired by the artist’s journeys

Three exhibitions to see in New York this weekend

From Robert Irwin at Pace to Barkley L. Hendricks at Jack Shainman

Thomas Dane exhibition in Naples explores the power and precarity of ceramics

Lynda Benglis and Magdalene Odundo join historical figures like Lucio Fontana in a group show that pushes at the limits of what clay can do

Has the art market recovered? A deep dive into the Art Basel/UBS report

Plus, an exhibition about wartime hideouts in Poland and Ukraine, and Mondrian’s final work Victory Boogie Woogie

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New York is rich in Arte Povera, from Pier Paolo Calzolari’s pandemic-era works to Piero Gilardi’s nature-inspired carpets

Two years after the death of art critic Germano Celant, who first coined the movement’s name, Arte Povera is making splashes in the city and beyond

Elon Musk to fly high-profile Swiss curator to Mars for ‘first exhibition in space’

The show is planned for 2035 and is part of a SpaceX project to colonise the red planet

Raphael was radical and relentlessly inventive—and 500 years later a new exhibition of his work will show he still is

Delayed anniversary show of the Old Master at London's National Gallery will take things back to basics, allowing visitors to see the artist’s genius afresh

A brush with... Mark Leckey

An in-depth interview with the artist on his cultural experiences and greatest influences, from Mike Kelley to the Mexican Muralists

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The odd story behind Magritte’s castle in the air painting

The work was commissioned by a New York lawyer to cover an ugly view from his office and now takes centre stage in a new show in Jerusalem

Three exhibitions to see in New York this weekend

From Meg Webster at the Judd Foundation to Michelle Stuart at Galerie Lelong & Co.

David Hockney is ‘compellingly perceptive’ even though he may be wrong about perspective

The historian Martin Kemp tells us what it was like co-curating a new show of the artist’s works, displayed amongst the masterpieces of the Fitzwilliam Museum in Cambridge

Hew Locke's carnivalesque Tate Britain commission tells disturbing colonial histories with flamboyance

The Procession, installed in the Duveen Galleries, references the museum's historic links to the sugar industry and slavery

Korean exhibition organisers refuse to return Russian works early

A museum in Yekaterinburg sent 63 pieces to a show on the Russian avant-garde at the Sejong Center for the Performing Arts in Seoul—and now wants them back

Glass art about animals in the Chornobyl exclusion zone takes on new edge

Sibylle Peretti’s glass sculptures, on view in New York and Washington, focus on the wildlife around the Ukrainian nuclear plant that has been taken over by the Russian military

Tehran museum director fired after artist plunges into oil pool during acrobatic performance blunder

Yaser Khaseb fell into a 1977 installation by the Japanese artist Noriyuki Haraguchi in the Tehran Museum of Contemporary Art

Three exhibitions to see in New York this weekend

From Hollis Sigler at Andrew Kreps to James Turrell’s ode to Ad Reinhardt at Pace

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Plus, the Biennale of Sydney looks at the rights of rivers and Eduardo Navarro’s seed installation opens in London

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UK sanctions Russian oligarch behind major Fabergé egg loan to V&A exhibition

Ukrainian-born mining billionaire Viktor Vekselberg lent the first Imperial Easter egg to the London museum through his foundation

Scathing UK parliament report deems £120m post-Brexit culture festival Unboxed an 'irresponsible use of public money'

But UK Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport defends the nationwide initiative, saying that it will help create jobs

Los Angeles artist Lauren Halsey will create the Metropolitan Museum’s next rooftop commission

The immersive work will feature symbolism from utopian to architecture and ancient Egyptian art, as well as references to South Central Los Angeles

Storm King Art Center celebrates sculptor Wangechi Mutu in 2022 season

The arts centre will unveil various works by Mutu, and a site-specific commission by the New York-based artist Brandon Ndife