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Forthcoming survey of work by John Craxton spotlights artist's love for Greece

'Poster boy' for the neo-Classical movement who disappeared under the radar eschewed fame for a place in the sun

Step inside the green and complicated world of Frank Walter at London's Garden Museum

Immersive elements of the show re-create the personal paradise of one of Antigua’s most influential and enigmatic cultural figures

Bruegel, Marvel and warrior women: the inventiveness of Nicole Eisenman

The French-born artist’s retrospective at the Whitechapel Gallery captures her diverse influences

Five generations of Brueghels are brought together for the first time

New show will examine the political and economic conditions that shaped the family’s fortunes

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Our picks for the autumn: new art books out soon

Jacqueline Riding, our books editor, selects some of the tempting titles scheduled for publication in the coming months

Sea change: how a trip to the Riviera with Renoir changed Monet's painting

A summer blockbuster at Monaco's Grimaldi Forum will examine a pivotal moment in the Impressionist's career

Beyond Picasso: the other Guernicas are brought together for exhibition in northern France

Artist responses to the 1937 bombing in the Basque Country include René Iché's disturbing sculpture and a piece by protégé of Henri Matisse

How progressive-minded artists in Berlin, Munich and Vienna broke with the past and paved the way to Modernism

An exhibition at the Alte Nationalgalerie in Berlin explores the "secessions" in three key European cities

An overdue retrospective for an artist in touch with America’s dark ‘underbelly’

Native American artist Jaune Quick-to-See Smith has been transforming the contemporary art canon for decades with multilayered works that address cultural misconceptions with humour

‘Like a chess player’: London survey show reveals practice of studious still-life painter and printmaker Giorgio Morandi

The Estorick Collection of Modern Italian Art will display the 50 works by the Italian artist held in the Magnani-Rocca collection

From Sharjah to São Paulo: 2023's most interesting biennials

From Okwui Enwezor’s final project to an Indigenous-inspired Liverpool Biennial, here are some key dates for your exhibition calendars

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

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

A Dorothea Tanning exhibition reveals the urgency and timeliness of the surreal

Surrealist artists, especially women, are gaining renewed institutional and market traction

Our pick of the best shows to see during Frieze Los Angeles

From Pipilotti Rist's psychedelic survey to Jaishri Abichandani's 'Flower-Headed Children'

Women artists to dominate Tate's 2021 solo shows

Exhibitions will focus on Paula Rego, Lubaina Himid, Yayoi Kusama and Sophie Taeuber-Arp as well as a major survey of Philip Guston

Matisse birth anniversary marked by blockbuster show at the Centre Pompidou

Rarely seen works show how the modern master combined text and image

Beyond the Metaphysical: Milan show aims to reassess Giorgio de Chirico's late period

Major survey at Palazzo Reale will include his "most difficult" works as well as early pieces that inspired the Surrealists

Thoroughly Modern Maharaja: how an Indian prince amassed one of the world’s greatest interwar design collections

Paris exhibition includes furniture by Eileen Gray, sculptures by Constantin Brancusi and photographs by Man Ray

Michelangelo drawings head (Mid)West for Cleveland show

The exhibition, which includes a preliminary drawings for the Sistine Chapel ceiling, will also travel to the J. Paul Getty Museum in Los Angeles

‘Post-industrial’ Biennale de Lyon to examine shifting social and economic experience of the region

As the largest edition of the biennial expands into an abandoned factory, we also roundup new festivals sprouting up around the world

Margaret Carrigan. , with additional reporting by Gareth Harris and José da Silva

Verrocchio's first major US survey to delve into his role in shaping the High Renaissance

The artist is best known as Leonardo’s teacher, but an exhibition at the National Gallery of Art in Washington aims to highlight his own technical accomplishment and inventiveness

The lauded Finnish artist Helene Schjerfbeck finally gets major UK show

Although her greatest work was painted in St Ives, the artist is little known in the UK—but a survey at the Royal Academy of Arts hopes to change that

Carmen Herrera’s dream project to bloom in New York's City Hall Park

The aluminium sculptures are based on 1960s archival drawings with three being realised for the first time

Wong Ping tells us about his explicit animations and how his working process is like a stand-up comedian’s

The Hong Kong artist brings his explicit retro-pop videos to London's Camden Arts Centre and Mayfair

Electromagnetic man: Tate Modern attracts largest UK exhibition of Takis

The experimental Greek artist will show works from the 1950s to the early 2000s, including a rarely seen kinetic pendulum sculpture

Kunstmuseum Basel digs into the roots of Cubism

Exhibition traces the evolution of the splintered style that changed Modern art forever