The latest exhibition at England's Baltic sets a whole new bar for showing art in a climate crisis

Stepping Softly on the Earth embodies the themes of sustainability and interconnectedness both in its theme and how it has been put together

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The Big Review: Caspar David Friedrich at the Hamburger Kunsthalle ★★★★★

This curatorial triumph highlights the measured artificiality of the German Romantic artist who made work that still mesmerises

A peek behind the many masks of James Ensor in new Brussels show

A new exhibition will explore the Belgian artist’s later works, including his little-known ballet, as part of Belgium’s year-long commemoration of the 75th anniversary of his death

‘Utterly of the moment’: unseen works by innovator Sonia Delaunay to go on show in New York

Paintings, fashion and furniture among the range of pieces in an exhibition dedicated to the Odesa-born artist and designer

Tate Modern show celebrates Yoko Ono’s rebirth after decades of derision

Exhibition will look at the significance of the artist’s career before and after her famed relationship with John Lennon

Courtauld Gallery takes a closer look at Frank Auerbach’s unique reworked charcoal drawings of friends and lovers

The London-based artist, who escaped Nazi Germany as a boy, developed a technique of repeatedly erasing and redoing his drawings, often over a period of months

Edinburgh exhibition shows the many sides of Eduardo Paolozzi

Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art marks centenary of the birth of the city's famous artistic son

Students denounce ‘voyeuristic’ depiction of rape in Gentileschi show

Exhibition in Genoa dedicated to 17th-century painter includes a multimedia installation detailing the artist’s infamous rape by artist Agostino Tasso

New show dedicated to Palestinian art to open in London

The exhibition, originally held at the 2022 Venice Biennale, will open at P21 Gallery with new works on show

Crisis vs utopia: New York shows of Richard Mosse and James Welling take photography to its limits

Exhibitions at Jack Shainman and David Zwirner present very different ways of taking the medium beyond the visible world

When Sister Rosetta met Marsha P. Johnson: public art piece in London reimagines Leonardo’s Last Supper

Tavares Strachan’s monument is included in major colonialism survey at the Royal Academy

Impressionism: still impressive 150 years later

This year's milestone will be celebrated with multiple shows around the globe

71 participating artists and collectives revealed for 2024 Whitney Biennial

The exhibition, titled “Even Better Than the Real Thing” and co-curated by Chrissie Iles and Meg Onli, will feature works by 69 artists and two collectives

Sixth edition of Prospect New Orleans will feature 49 artists’ works throughout the city

Opening on 2 November, Prospect.6 will be the first edition of the triennial co-curated by an artist, with Ebony G. Patterson collaborating with Miranda Lash

Van Gogh Museum dismisses four staff members over alleged misconduct during wildly popular Pokémon exhibition

One of the employees is accused of embezzling a box of specially produced Pokémon cards, according to local media reports

How the American South was won over by Modernism

Touring show seeks to 'de-exoticise' the predominant narrative

Liverpool Biennial announces curator for 2025

Marie-Anne McQuay previously worked at the city's Bluecoat art centre, and currently holds positions including member of Arts Council Collection’s acquisitions committee

‘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


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


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

A brush withinterview

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