Judy Baca turns Lacma into her studio as she charts the history of Los Angeles

The artist is working on sections of 'The Great Wall of Los Angeles' at the museum

Royal Academy’s forgotten founding member Angelica Kauffman gets solo show

The Swiss-born portraitist and history painter was celebrated in her lifetime, but later fell into obscurity


India's caste issues given rare spotlight in Noida exhibition

Vikrant Bhise’s paintings at Anant Art gallery explore the suffering of marginalised communities and depict anti-caste leaders like Ambedkar 

Robert Capa show at Mussolini’s villa sparks controversy

Questions asked about how former home of fascist ruler came to host exhibition of Jewish photojournalist

Museum’s decision to remove artist’s monograph from its bookstore sparks questions about freedom of expression

Doug Argue’s exhibition at the Weisman Art Museum last year was not accompanied by the book that inspired it due to sensitivities Argue likened to “book banning”

Dozens of Los Angeles galleries will mount science-related shows for the Getty’s next PST Art programme

More than 40 galleries in the city will stage shows that resonate with PST Art’s focus on the intersections of art and science

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Our pick of some of the best exhibitions to see during Art Dubai

From Cartier's Islamic inspiration at the Louvre Abu Dhabi to Pakistani artist and activist Lala Rukh at the Sharjah Art Foundation


Nari Ward: the artist using found objects to tell the stories of Harlem and beyond

Ahead of a new show in Milan, the New York-based artist explains how he came to use materials such as bottles and baseball bats after becoming frustrated with drawing, and why he uses ceremonial methods in his work

Is the Royal Academy's 'Entangled Pasts' exhibition radical? Yes—for the Royal Academy

The London institution may have woken up to its responsibility of presenting its role in Britain’s imperial past. But please don't go back to sleep...

Harold Cohen's pioneering AI works provide essential context for conversations about generative art

The Whitney Museum of American Art is spotlighting the late art and technology innovator's prescient "AARON" series

Fowler Museum offers historic and contemporary expressions of Sikh experience

Exhibition brings together works representing the world’s fifth largest religious community

Blum Gallery looks back on three decades of bringing Japanese contemporary art to the US

The gallery’s 30th-anniversary show chronicles the Japanese art movements it has had a hand in popularising across the Pacific

13 shows to see in and around Los Angeles during Frieze

From important shows of Korean and Japanese contemporary art, to major surveys of Paul Pfeiffer and Joan Brown, and more

Do museums still matter? New show at Mudam Luxembourg examines why and how institutions operate

Exhibition taps into contemporary debates about social and geopolitical changes

Getty Center explores the bloodlines between old and new art

Show combines Medieval manuscripts with contemporary works that deploy blood as a symbol of the divine and the bodily

Forgotten photojournalist Bert Hardy revisited in new London show

Hardy’s work ranged from hard-hitting war photography to images of the British at play

Australian art events join forces to form first-ever national ‘grand tour’

The multi-city occasion will offer unprecedented access to and insight on the country’s art scene

Kindred spirits: Van Gogh and Matthew Wong come together in Amsterdam show

The exhibition at the Van Gogh Museum will highlight the shared aesthetics and sensibilities between the two artists—while also making clear what sets them apart

Harlem is now truly on the Met’s mind

Decades after sparking protests, the museum takes another pass at presenting Manhattan’s historical centre of Black creativity

Nigerian Pavilion at Venice Biennale 2024 to address looting of Benin Kingdom

Outside of the artists' work, the pavilion will show projects made in collaboration with the Museum of West African Art

More than a moment: major survey of Black figuration opens at National Portrait Gallery London

Curator Ekow Eshun has brought together portraits from 22 leading artists, including Kerry James Marshall and Claudette Johnson

Subversive stitch: textile shows across UK unravel histories and weave new tales

From Lubaina Himid's colonial cotton at the Holburne Museum to a group survey at the Barbican, the once maligned medium is in the spotlight

Cleveland's Front triennial cancels 2025 edition and shuts down

The recurring exhibition, which sought to make Northeast Ohio an arts destination, is ceasing operations after two iterations

Andy Warhol’s filmed portraits of celebrities head to Hollywood

Christie’s and the Andy Warhol Museum are staging a pop-up show of the artist’s “Screen Tests” during Frieze Los Angeles

A string of new exhibitions shows that textile art is finally being taken seriously

The historical association of textiles with gender, sexuality and identity norms make them ripe for subversion and reimagining


Collector Eugenio López Alonso on his museum’s tenth anniversary and Mexico City’s rising profile in the art world

Visitors to the city during Zona Maco can also take in Museo Jumex’s anniversary group show, curated by New Museum director Lisa Philips