Retrospective

Like Goya, a ‘renegade’: exploring Bob Thompson’s high-octane challenges to Western art

An exhibition at the Colby College Museum of Art probes how the African-American painter defied expectations

Iranian artist and activist Siah Armajani builds bridges in New York

The artist will recreate one of his best-known works in Brooklyn Bridge Park to coincide with his retrospective at the Met Breuer

First major retrospective of Marina Abramovic in Europe opens in Denmark

The Louisiana Museum of Modern Art in in Humlebæk will stage reperformances of some of her most famous pieces

Bill Viola reimagines the Renaissance with a retrospective in Florence

The Palazzo Strozzi mixes Viola's videos and installations with the Old Masters that inspired them

New retrospective in Paris for Pissarro, the first of the Impressionists

This will be one of three exhibitions on Pissarro in Europe this year, providing unparalleled access to the artist's greatest works

Tate Britain banks on David Hockney retrospective to pull in the crowds

More than 150 works will be on display, from those executed early in his career to some whose paint is still wet

Germany’s Nazi past is evoked in Anselm Kiefer’s first retrospective in the UK

Dealing with the traumatic experience of growing up in a nation rising from the ruins of the Third Reich has been an important theme in the artist's work

Tate Modern’s Matisse show is a cut above

London, and then New York, will see the largest number of Matisse’s paper constructions ever assembled

Isa Genzken gets a MoMA show

German artist’s first major US retrospective presents career of constant reinvention

The reluctant comic-book hero: Interview with Robert Crumb

A major survey of R. Crumb’s countercultural cartoons opened in Paris last month, but he remains mystified by the attention

Interview with Gabriel Orozco: “I am not into artists pretending to be heroes”

The Mexican artist Gabriel Orozco on his work, retrospectives and opening this year’s talks programme

Interview with Neo Rauch ahead of his German retrospective: “You won’t find an ‘Untitled’ among my works”

The painter on the burdens of being a professor, the need for figures and his prophetic abilities

Marina Abramovic's the Artist is Present at MoMA

This massive retrospective will include recreations of past pieces as well as a new, physically demanding work

Pinchuk stages Hirst show in Kiev

His Pinchuk Art Centre will play host to over 100 works

Russian art collective AES+F celebrates 20th anniversary with retrospective

Tate acquires edition of video shown at this year’s Venice Biennale

The value of art: Economics alone do not explain painting’s revival

The medium always renews itself, especially when collectors feel prosperous

The $2.6 million Dalí circus comes to town: No-holds-barred promotion of exhibition at the Philadelphia Museum of Art

A credit card company has spearheaded the massive publicity campaign for the centennial retrospective

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The $2.6 million Dalí retrospective comes to Philadelphia

A credit card company has spearheaded the massive publicity campaign for the Philadelphia Museum of Art’s exhibition

Making space speak: An interview with Richard Wentworth

Richard Wentworth’s mid-career survey at Tate Liverpool is more of a remix than a retrospective

Retrospectives boost Flavin but damaged Rauschenberg in 1998

As Flavin’s survey continues its US run, recent record prices for the artist show how exhibitions affect the market

The first ever retrospective of Guy Bourdin opens at the V&A

The exhibition features much more than the fashion shoots of the provocative French photographer

Berlin Andy Warhol retrospective comes to LA

The blockbuster show comes to the US via London

Interview with artist James Metcalf: Metal mettle

The adventurer, war hero, metalworker, sculptor, and political activist talks about Paris in the 1950s and his work in Mexico

Bridget Riley makes waves at new Tate Britain retrospective

Riley was heavily involved in the curation of this exhibition alongside Paul Moorhouse

Georg Baselitz retrospective to take place at the Musée d'art Moderne

The first big French showing of East Germany’s most successful emigré artist

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Kitaj retrospective finds sanctuary in the US after cyclone of abuse at Tate

University College, Oxford, has commissioned R.B. Kitaj to paint a portrait of President Clinton (a former Rhodes Scholar) for the school’s Great Hall, but the honour hardly compensates for the American expatriate's treatment at Tate

Frank Lloyd Wright retrospective at MoMA

The exhibition covers the span of his seventy year career, and includes a huge range of works and materials

Touring retrospective celebrates thirty years of Baselitz

Currently at the Munich Kunsthalle, the exhibition will next move to the Edinburgh National Gallery of Modern Art

Work of the revolutionary Russian artist Kazimir Malevich (1878-1935) is currently showing in Los Angeles, then coming to New York

The exhibition draws works from galleries and museums across the globe to display a chronological retrospective

MoMA to hold Lichtenstein retrospective in 1992

The exhibition will travel through Europe, and in 1993 will be enlarged and shown at the Guggenheim to celebrate the artist's sixtieth birthday

What's On: Fundació Caixa de Pensions to host Hodgkin retrospective and exhibition in recognition of Vuillard's fiftieth anniversary

Also scheduled is "Passage de l'Image", in which the different ways in which artists have adopted electronic media are charted

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