Exhibitions

Biggest ever Vermeer show gets bigger: Rijksmuseum announces further loans for blockbuster exhibition

At least 28 paintings, out of around 35 known works by the artist, will go to Amsterdam next year

Six shows to see in London during UK Black History Month

From wool sculptures inspired by Malcolm X to Sonia Boyce's first-ever commercial gallery solo show

The 58th Carnegie International explodes and expands the global contemporary art exhibition format

The latest edition of the longest running biennial-style exhibition in the Americas overwhelms its curatorial framework, forming a resonant, poetic meditation on the interplay of life and art

Whitney’s Edward Hopper archive questioned amid major exhibition

A Baptist minister donated a vast archive of Hopper memorabilia to the museum but some question how he acquired the works

MoMA to stage major Ed Ruscha retrospective, spanning his text paintings to the infamous Chocolate Room

Works by the American artist are among the most iconic pieces in MoMA’s collection, yet he has never been the focus of a solo show there

Louis XV's official mistress leaves the shadows, as restoration of her Versailles apartment reveals secretive life

Madame du Barry, whose life is the subject of a new Netflix film, was born into poverty and sold trinkets on the streets of Paris before joining court circles in her 20s

Seven shows to see during Paris + par Art Basel

From Monet and Mitchell at Fondation Louis Vuitton to Munch at the Musée d’Orsay

As the world strums: an exhibition examines the unique appeal and political power of guitars

The show “Stories Strings” at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts brings together images of guitars in art from the 19th century to today, plus classic examples of the instruments themselves

A legendary woman artist and her beautiful beasts: show on Rosa Bonheur's naturalist paintings opens in Paris

Exhibition at the Musée d’Orsay shows how the 19th-century French artist's realism was a way of respecting the animals she painted

For a renowned Aboriginal artist, a posthumous star turn in Paris at the Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain

Mirdidingkingathi Juwarnda Sally Gabori, who died in 2015 and whose work has been embroiled in the scandal surrounding the dealer who “discovered” it, has her first major museum show outside Australia

Legacy of computer art pioneer Harold Cohen is rebooted in London show

Gazelli Art House’s exhibition is devoted to Cohen’s work on—and with—his art-making program, AARON

Contemporary and historic photographs capture moments of political urgency in Houston’s FotoFest biennial

The 19th edition of the photography exhibition is on view across various venues in the Texan metropolis

Sound installation puts voice of artist Maggie Jencks back into the Postmodern house she helped create in London

Edwin Heathcote—'keeper of meaning' at The Cosmic House built by the Postmodernist theorist Charles Jencks and his wife Maggie—explains how a sound work is bringing the building back to life

The late Denyse Thomasos, a star of the latest Whitney Biennial, lives again in Toronto

The artist’s enormous abstract compositions are the focus of a major exhibition at the Art Gallery of Ontario

Modigliani’s hidden depths come to light as historians and conservators reveal new aspects of his technique

The Italian artist's paintings and sculptures were studied ahead of an exhibition at the Barnes Foundation in Philadelphia

Art boom as the UK busts: how the economic crisis is affecting the market

Plus, Cecilia Vicuña; 20th-century women artists at Frieze Masters; and Modigliani in Philadelphia

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Minneapolis to host 'most comprehensive US show of Botticelli' with major loans from the Uffizi

The exhibition at the Minneapolis Institute of Art features more than 45 works from the Florentine museum

Second act for lost Jannis Kounellis performance ahead of major show

The work last seen 50 years ago was thought to have been lost. It will now open an exhibition of the Greek artist's work at the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis

Cincinnati’s FotoFocus Biennial traces global issues, from climate change to discrimination

The 2022 edition of the largest photography biennial in the US includes over 100 projects that explore the theme of “world record”

Helen Saunders—a Vorticist with a penchant for Cézanne—is celebrated at last with London show

One of just two women to join Britain’s answer to Cubism and Futurism, Saunders opted for isolation after the movement fizzled out

How Lucian Freud was inspired by house plants descended from his grandfather Sigmund's cuttings

Exhibition of “plant portraits” at London’s Garden Museum includes painting of beloved cyclamen and a rarely seen Zimmerlinde work, which the artist gave to his second wife

Babestation-backed sex-tape artist unable to travel to his London show from France

Pyotr Pavlensky, who faces prosecution for leaking video of French politician Benjamin Griveaux, could not obtain visa in time for opening of exhibition

British Museum’s cracking tale of ancient Egyptian code, scholarly rivalry, sex and a magic bath

A new exhibition based around the Rosetta Stone marks 200 years since hieroglyphs were deciphered

New York's Print Center reopens in Chelsea in an expanded and more visible space

Previously known as the International Print Center New York, the new studioMDA-designed space aims to serve as the main hub for prints in the city

Eight exhibitions to see during London's Frieze Week

From Cezanne's love of Provence at Tate Modern to cracking the Ancient Egyptian code at the British Museum

Hit painter Issy Wood drops pop music career after remix

The fast-rising artist, who recently released a solo album, is focused on her paintings, including a new exhibition in New York

With upcoming Picasso exhibition, comedian-turned-curator Hannah Gadsby will have the last laugh

The exhibition will address the issues of "misogyny, masculinity, creativity, and ‘genius’" that Gadsby raised in her celebrated Netflix special "Nanette"

Vermeer at the National Gallery in Washington, DC declared not the real thing

The downgrading follows a study of the six paintings in the museum's collection thought to be by the Dutch master, which are now the subject of an exhibition detailing the findings

Kent Monkman: the trickster poking fun at the art historical canon

Ahead of his Royal Ontario Museum exhibition, the Cree artist tells us about the humour in his work, why he uses the history painting format, and how he hopes his work brings to light atrocities suffered by Indigenous peoples