Copenhagen What's on

Kaleidoscope

2 Jan-5 Feb. ARKEN marks its 20th anniversary with an exhibition of works selected from its collection international contemporary art. The jam-packed exhibition features sculpture, painting, photo...
Paris What's on

Eva & Adele: You are my Biggest Inspiration

30 Sept-26 Feb. The Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris dedicates a retrospective to the colourful artist duo Eva & Adele, also known as The Hermaphrodite (sic) Twins in Art. The shaven-h...
Vienna What's on

Frederick Kiesler: Life Visions

15 June-2 Oct. The Austrian-American architect, artist, designer and theoretician Frederick Kiesler (1890-1965) is the subject of an exhibition at the Austrian Museum of Contemporary Art (MAK) in Vien...
Oxford What's on

Pure Land: Images of Immortals in Chinese Art

1 March-2 Oct. The name of this exhibition refers to the realm of the Buddha and other deities portrayed in Chinese paintings since the Tang dynasty (AD 618-906). The works on display were created...
Amsterdam What's on

Seth Siegelaub: Beyond Conceptual Art

12 Dec-17 April. The Stedelijk presents a retrospective dedicated to the life and pioneering work of the American art dealer, curator, author and researcher Seth Siegelaub (1941-2013) who is often ref...
Copenhagen What's on

Open Studio: A Birthday Present for the Queen

29 Oct-28 Feb. Visitors to the Statens Museum for Kunst can observe the museum’s conservators at work as they restore The Royal Table of Charles VI, Holy Roman Emperor. The large-scale painting is...
Copenhagen What's on

Laura Lima: The Naked Magician

This large, immersive installation by Brazilian artist Laura Lima allows the visitor to roam free and explore a universe of thousands of accumulated objects and materials. The installation includes...
Madrid What's on

10 Picassos from the Kunstmuseum Basel

The Prado presents ten masterpieces by Pablo Picasso, on loan from the collection of the Kunstmuseum Basel in Switzerland, which is currently closed for renovation works. The ten paintings by Picas...
Amsterdam What's on

Collection d'Art

The Cobra Museum of Modern Art dedicates an exhibition to the colourful history of the Collection d’Art gallery which operated in Amsterdam from 1969 until its closure in 2004. Founded by Cor...
London What's on

Anselm Kiefer

Born in 1945, Anselm Kiefer is one of the most prominent post-war artists in Germany. As a painter Kiefer is concerned primarily with taboo and controversial issues from recent history, in particul...
Vienna What's on

Line and Form: 100 master drawings from the Leopold collection

This exhibition at the Leopold Museum features 100 of the best examples of drawings from the 19th and 20th centuries by Austria's highly-skilled draftsmen such as Egon Schiele, Gustav Klimt and Alfred...
Paris What's on

25 Years of Raw Vision

Halle Saint Pierre celebrates 25 years of Raw Vision, the English magazine dedicated to bringing so-called outsider art, or art brut, to a wider audience. The magazine is considered the Rolling Sto...
Oxford What's on

Distantly Relative

The Pitt Rivers Museum showcases the work of students from London's Royal College of Art who specialise in the crafts of goldsmithing, silversmithing, metalwork and jewellery. The students' work is...
Dublin What's on

Russborough Revisited

The National Gallery dedicates its summer exhibition to Russborough House, the celebrated Palladian pile in County Wicklow, south of Dublin. The gallery has had a long and illustrious relationship...
Berlin What's on

Winston Chmielinski - Laughter

Our readers what's on: Winston Chmielinski’s paintings have been called “ecstatic”, and in the US press, almost without fail critics made reference to Bacon and Matisse, De Koonin...
Vienna What's on

Long Distance Art

A groundbreaking art project involving advanced robotic technology will see Viennese artist Alex Kiessling create a drawing in Vienna that will be captured by sensors and replicated, via satellite, by...
Barcelona What's on

50 Years of the Picasso Museum in Barcelona

On the occasion of its 50th anniversary, the Museu Picasso presents three separate but interconnected exhibitions that pay tribute to Pablo Picasso by examining the very museum that houses his work....
Amsterdam What's on

ArtZuid 2013

The third edition of the open-air international sculpture exhibition takes place in the picturesque Berlage quarter of Amsterdam. The theme of this year's event is "engagement" and the exhibition...
Barcelona What's on

Works of art under Examination

23 Nov-24 Feb. This exhibition goes behind the scenes of the scientific and technical study of art at the Museo Nacional d'Art de Catalunya, including the exploration of the differences between forged...
Dublin What's on

Imagining the Divine: The Holy Family in Art

26 Nov-1 April. The National Gallery presents an exhibition that focuses on how artists through the ages have chosen to depict the early life of Christ. The show comprises 13 paintings and drawing...