Exhibitions

‘A first in the field of photography’: New York's ICP celebrates 50 years

The institution is digging deep into its archive for a series of shows to mark the anniversary

Van Gogh and Gauguin’s little cat

The playful creature—painted while the artists were living in the Yellow House—has crept out of hiding after more than 100 years

Lacma organising Zeng Fanzhi show in Venice to coincide with the 2024 Biennale

Co-curated by the Los Angeles museum's director, Michael Govan, the exhibition is designed by Tadao Ando

Rybolovlev vs Sotheby’s: a closer look at the epic court battle

Plus, Singapore's art scene and a photograph by Zanele Muholi

Singapore Art Week exhibitions explore connections between the city-state and the Global South

Parallels between Southeast Asia, Latin America and Africa are the subject of two thematic shows

How the Cosmism art movement foretold the start of the space age

Exhibition at the Stedelijk Museum examines how the movement founded by Nikolai Fyodorov influenced artists

What to look out for in 2024: market predictions and must-see exhibitions

From the Venice Biennale to the Harlem Renaissance at the Met

Hosted by Ben Luke. With guest speakers Tim Schneider, Jane Morris and Gareth Harris. Produced by David Clack, Julia Michalska and Alexander Morrison

Cauleen Smith exhibition mines the damage done by mineral extraction

Artist says she wants visitors to imagine a world where caves ares seen as places of shelter, rather than places of mineral extraction

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Only connect: far-reaching show in Mumbai embodies culture, aesthetics, religion and politics

'Ancient Sculptures', put together by the British Museum, the Getty, Berlin State Museums and Mumbai’s CSMVS, is rated "one of most important ever in an Indian museum"

Young British artist Flora Yukhnovich to unveil new works at Wallace Collection

The art market star known for reinterpreting Rococo classics will take over a staircase space at the London institution

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Caspar David Friedrich: his rise from obscurity to fame

Slew of shows this year mark 250th anniversary of German artist who, as a favourite of Hitler, had fallen out of favour

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A brush with... Martin Clark, director, Camden Art Centre

'One day our music teacher played us Steve Reich’s early tape works; it was a total revelation'

How Arab artists revolutionised Paris’s Modern art scene in the 20th century

Major new show at Musée d'Art Moderne will look at decolonisation and include more than 200 works

A daring pairing—London gallery to launch joint exhibition featuring Beryl Cook and Tom of Finland

Studio Voltaire is seeking works by Cook who is known for her depictions of bolder, bigger women

Van Gogh in 2023: the best-ever series of exhibitions

Other highlights include the dramatic recovery of a stolen painting and an astonishing donation

New displays at Imperial War Museum come at a crucial time for world peace

The London museum's thematic approach to conflict references current conflicts as well as historic ones

The late self-taught street photographer Vivian Maier will have her first major New York exhibition

The Manhattan branch of photography museum Fotografiska will put around 200 works by the reclusive savant on view in May 2024

Border Biennial showcases art across the Texas-Mexico border

It’s the first physical iteration of the El Paso and Juárez exhibition in five years, after the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic shut down the 2020 edition

When Van Gogh’s ‘Sunflowers’ was bought by the National Gallery it was snubbed as one of its top 100 acquisitions of the decade

Omitted from the 1920s book, next September the masterpiece will star in a London blockbuster on Vincent’s art of Provence

James Ensor: series of anniversary shows to reveal ‘the man behind the mask’

Belgium commemorates 75 years since the artist's death with a year-long season of exhibitions and events, often highlighting the lesser known aspects of his work

The Year in Review 2023: the biggest stories and the best shows

From the British Museum thefts to the consequences in art and heritage of the Israel-Hamas war

Hosted by Ben Luke. With guest speakers Louisa Buck and Benjamin Sutton. Produced by David Clack, Julia Michalska and Alexander Morrison
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First gallery show dedicated to Ghanaian photography pioneer will display previously unseen works capturing life under colonial rule

The photos are part of a 50,000-strong archive being preserved by the artist J.K. Bruce-Vanderpuije's granddaughter

The Big Review: Andy Warhol at the Hugh Lane Gallery, Dublin ★★★★☆

Andy Warhol the colourist stars in a stand-out exhibition that offers fresh perspectives on curating the world's most familiar artist

Hampstead Heath's notorious gay cruising spot recreated for London exhibition

Trevor Yeung, who will represent Hong Kong at the next Venice Biennale, considers the unspoken language of public sex for his Gasworks solo show

Pillar of Shame sculpture at centre of Hong Kong controversy included in London show

A new smaller version of Jens Galschiøt’s work is part of a survey focused on human rights in Asia

The nine top exhibitions of 2023—and one absolute turkey

In 2023 the bar for shows was so high it was hard to choose the best. But which one was a stinker?

Twelve must-see exhibitions in South Florida during Miami Art Week

From major solo shows of Sasha Gordon, Nam June Paik and Juan Francisco Elso to exhibitions around themes of food, magic and mystical animals