Exhibitions

LOVE in the time of war: Robert Indiana’s first major UK exhibition opens with a pacifist message more timely than ever

Yorkshire Sculpture Park show examines the latent meanings within some of the artist’s lesser-known sculptures

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European institutions pull loans from Moscow exhibition about the history of duels

Museums in the UK, France, Austria and Spain recalled their works, effectively postponing the Moscow Kremlin Museums exhibition indefinitely

Sophie Calle revisits the empty corridors of the Musée d’Orsay four decades after she stalked the then abandoned building

The conceptual artist took up residency in the Parisian landmark in 1978, when it was a derelict hotel

Three exhibitions to see in New York this weekend

From Michael Heizer at Gagosian to Frédéric Bruly Bouabré at the Museum of Modern Art

M.C. Escher's illusionist art has long been ignored by the establishment due to its mass appeal. A Houston show hopes to correct that

Museum of Fine Arts, Houston takes a serious look at the work of the Dutch printmaker, whose mind-bending illustrations have adorn bedroom walls the world over

Hermitage loan of Raphael painting cancelled ahead of major National Gallery show in London

As the war in Ukraine continues, international loans of artworks between Russia and the West are being halted

'Wild and raw': Winterthur exhibition reveals the younger side of Cranach the Elder

An exhibition at the Oskar Reinhart Collection Am Römerholz will focus on the German master’s early work, produced when he emigrated to Vienna as a young man

Heirs of Christian Boltanski—whose Ukrainian-Jewish parents fled from Nazis—pull Russia show

"Christian would not have accepted exhibiting in a country that is militarily invading his father’s homeland," the late artist's estate said upon the indefinite postponement of his St Petersburg exhibition

São Paulo Bienal foregoes a chief curator in favour of a 'horizontal curatorial model' for 35th edition

The exhibition will be jointly curated by the artist Grada Kilomba, the art historian Manuel Borja-Villel and the curators and critics Diane Lima and Hélio Menezes

Ingrid Pollard’s pastoral perspective still packs a punch

In a career survey at MK Gallery, the Guyanese-born British artist and photographer continues her exploration of race, sexuality and identity with new works

UK's £120m post-Brexit culture festival launches at last, lighting up Scotland cathedral

Government-funded initiative Unboxed costs £120m and will include an oil rig installation from the North Sea

Camille Norment engulfs Dia warehouse with a ‘vibrational catharsis’

Norment, who previously represented the Nordic Pavilion at the 56th Venice Biennial, has devised a minimal sonic experience for the Dia Art Foundation’s second exhibition in its revamped Chelsea space

In old photographs seen anew, Dor Guez brings the multiplicity of history into focus

The artist’s largest institutional show to date, at the Museo de Arte Moderno de Bogotá, taps into universal themes, often by way of deeply personal images

Revolutionary Rijksmuseum exhibition reckons with Dutch colonial conflict in Indonesia

Timely show narrates Indonesia's fight for independence from the Netherlands through the life stories of 23 "eyewitnesses"

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What will happen to Russia's treasures on loan in London and Paris?

Imperial Fabergé eggs and Impressionist masterpieces are some of the works currently in shows in Europe

London show shines a light on lesser-known post-war artists

An exhibition at the Barbican Art Gallery explores the wealth of creativity that took place as Britain recovered from trauma and upheaval

Traumas recent and historic are aired and treated in museum showcase of North Carolina artists

An exhibition at the Duke University museum shifts the focus to the local art scene with works by 30 artists living or born in the state

Three exhibitions to see in New York this weekend

From Danica Lundy's disquieting tableaux of teenage angst to Claudette Schreuders's introspective doubles

Artists’ studios: the fight for affordable spaces

Plus, photographing Paula Rego at work

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Manchester gallery director forced out over Palestine statement in exhibition

Alistair Hudson, head of the Whitworth, leaves over text in Forensic Architecture's show last year

‘Making visible experimentation, failure, boredom’: Whitechapel Gallery show dives into artists’ studios

The gallery’s outdoing director Iwona Blazwick tells us about the new exhibition and why she sees it as a clarion call to city dwellers

A brush with... Ai Weiwei

An in-depth interview with the artist on his cultural experiences and greatest influences, from Marcel Duchamp to ancient Chinese ceramics—and why Romanticism is not for him

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Experience the world as a spider in Tomás Saraceno’s new exhibition at The Shed

The Argentine artist’s first major US survey features an immersive, multi-sensory, 95-foot diameter installation that gives viewers the experience of being in a spider web

New takes on Old Masters in a landmark of Old Hollywood

New York-based Half Gallery has taken over the home of Dorothy Arzner, one of the most successful lesbians in Hollywood in the first half of the 20th century