Copenhagen What's on

Kusama Installation at Louisiana

1 Aug-23 Oct. The Lousiana showcases Gleaming Lights of the Souls by Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama, one of the most popular pieces of its permanent collection. Dating from 2008, the 4-sqm installation...
Madrid What's on

Sonia Delaunay. Art, design and fashion

4 July-15 Oct. The Ukrainian artist Sonia Delaunay (1885-1979) was an important figure in the Parisian avant-garde and her multi-disciplinary artistic practice extended to painting, textile design and...
Oxford What's on

Collecting the Past: Scholars’ Taste in Chinese Art

21 March-22 Oct. Exhibition featuring a range of Chinese paintings, collected by Chinese scholars and artists since the 18th century. The works are displayed alongside artists' tools such as brush...
Vienna What's on

Hello Robot

21 June-1 Oct. With the subheading Design between Human and Machine, this comprehensive exhibition examines our relationship with new technology and the opportunities and challenges presented by robot...
Barcelona What's on

David Bowie is

25 May-30 Oct. The popular David Bowie show comes to Barcelona following successful stints at the Philharmonie in Paris and the V&A in London. On display is a large collection of archive materi...
Paris What's on

David Hockney

21 June-23 Oct. The Centre Pompidou, in collaboration with the Tate Britain and the Metropolitan Museum of New York, presents a comprehensive exhibition dedicated to David Hockney, one of the 20th cen...
Madrid What's on

NSK from Kapital to Capital: Neue Slowenische Kunst

28 June-8 Jan. The Reina Sofía presents Spain's first retrospective dedicated to the artist group NSK (Neue Slowenische Kunst), which was to the cultural forefront in 1980s Yugoslavia, during the Cold...
Brussels What's on

Asterix in Belgium

1 June-3 Sept. The Belgian Comic Book Centre hosts an exhibition cum learning game, centred around the adventures of Asterix among the Belgians by Goscinny and Uderzo. The exhibition makes reference t...
Amsterdam What's on

Jana Euler: High in Amsterdam: The Sky of Amsterdam

20 May-15 Oct. The Stedelijk hosts an exhibition by Jana Euler whose energetic works focus on the interplay of painting, sculpture, words and images.Euler examines contemporary issues, often playing...
London What's on

Dreamgirls

Until 10 Feb. The Savoy Theatre hosts a new production of Dreamgirls, 35 years after the original musical hit Broadway for the first time. The show charts the tumultuous journey of The Dreams, a yo...
Madrid What's on

Renaissance Venice: The Triumph of Beauty and the Destruction of Painting

20 June-24 Sept. This exhibition is dedicated to the central themes that underpinned 16th-century Venetian painting. Comprising portraits alongside mythological and religious works, the display foc...
London What's on

Sargent: The Watercolours

21 June-8 Oct. Dulwich Picture Gallery stages the first UK show in almost a century devoted to watercolours by the Anglo-American artist, John Singer Sargent (1856-1925).Described as "a triumph and re...
Paris What's on

Medusa: Jewellery and Taboos

19 May-5 Nov. The Musée d'art moderne de la Ville evaluates the artistic value of jewellery, a form of decoration whose status is generally considered somewhere between fashion and sculpture. The ex...
Berlin What's on

Lucian Freud: Closer: Etchings from the UBS Art Collection

22 July-22 Oct. The Martin-Gropius-Bau shows 51 etchings by the important 20th-century British realist painter Lucian Freud (1922-2011) who was born in Berlin and is best known for his intimate, visce...
Copenhagen What's on

Landscape Still Life Portrait

8 July-3 Sept. The Louisiana highlights three classical genres of art history: landscape, still life and portraits. Showing selected works from its permanent collection, the Louisiana's summer exhibi...
Amsterdam What's on

Zanele Muholi

8 July-15 Oct. The Stedelijk presents the first exhibition in the Netherlands dedicated to South African photographer and visual activist Zanele Muholi whose photographs document her country's black l...
Oxford What's on

Buscot Park & The Faringdon Collection

1 July-30 Sept. Buscot Park is home to the Faringdon Collection, which comprises a wealth of antiques and furniture and numbers among its paintings Burne-Jones's The Legend of the Briar Rose. A late...
Brussels What's on

Gipi or the Power of Emotions

14 Feb-3 Sept. The Belgium Comic Book Centre presents an exhibition dedicated to the work of leading comic book artist Gianni Alfonso Pacinotti, better known as Gipi. Originally from Pisa, Gipi produ...
Dublin What's on

The Great Gatsby

6 July-16 Sept. This immersive, interactive production is sure to be one of Dublin's most popular cultural events this summer. The Gate has removed its theatre seats for the show, which leads the aud...
Amsterdam What's on

Edward Krasinski

24 June-15 Oct. The first retrospective in the Netherlands of Polish artist Edward Krasiński is being held at the Stedelijk Museum. Considered among the most prominent eastern European artists of the...
Barcelona What's on

Picasso Portraits

17 March-25 Sept. Exhibition highlighting Picasso's life-long fascination with interpreting portraiture and the human figure. Picasso rarely worked to commission which granted him the liberty to pain...
Copenhagen What's on

Light in Darkness

11 Feb-30 Aug. ARKEN presents an exhibition of light sculptures that shimmer, flash and light up unexpectedly in the dark. Described as a sensual experience, the show comprises spatial sculptural...
Vienna What's on

Female Images: From Biedermeier to Early Modernism

7 July-18 Sept. The Leopold Museum presents an exhibition dedicated to "female images" including portraits of girls, women and mothers, from youth to old age, as well as female nudes and works created...
London What's on

Queer British Art 1861-1967

5 April-1 Oct. The Tate Britain presents the "first exhibition dedicated to queer British art", with works from 1861–1967 relating to the lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and queer (LGBTQ) community.  ...
Amsterdam What's on

Solution or Utopia? Design for Refugees

20 May-3 Sept. The Stedelijk puts forward practical, common-sense proposals by designers to improve the temporary situations faced by refugees at reception and integration centres. On display are...
Madrid What's on

The Other’s Gaze: Spaces of difference

14 June-10 Sept. The Prado has devised a thematic itinerary of works that reflect upon the historical reality of same-sex relationships, inviting viewers to search for a deeper meaning in the museum's...
Oxford What's on

Camel: A Journey through Fragile Landscapes: Photographs by Roger Chapman

15 May-29 Oct. Described as a "story of connection, survival and interdependence on the edges of our world", this exhibition comprises 65 monochrome prints by British photographer Roger Chapman. T...
Berlin What's on

Franz Kafka. The entire Trial

30 June-28 Aug. The Martin-Gropius-Bau displays the entire manuscript of Franz Kafka’s celebrated novel The Trial, more than a century after it was written. The exhibition displays the novel, page...
Berlin What's on

Syria Antiqua: Coins and Monuments on the Museuminsel

16 June-5 Nov. The Bode Museum presents an exhibition of coins from ancient Syria, which was a key cultural, religious and commercial hub of the ancient world due to its geographical location. Thi...
Oxford What's on

Beyond the Brush: Abstract Ink Paintings since 1960

4 April-28 Aug. The Ashmolean presents an exhibition of abstract ink paintings by leading Chinese artists, all of whom were members of the Fifth Moon Group. Considered a forerunner of the modern a...
Madrid What's on

Renaissance Venice

20 June-24 Sept. This exhibition of 16th-century Venetian painting features masterpieces by artists such as Titian, and Veronese, on loan from international collections and museums. The show exami...
Dublin What's on

Vermeer and the Masters of Genre Painting: Inspiration and Rivalry

17 June-17 Sept. Exhibition focusing on the network of relationships between Johannes Vermeer (1632-1675) and Dutch genre painters between 1650 and 1675, providing insights into the artists' mutual ad...
Vienna What's on

Joannis Avramidis

19 May-4 Sept. The Leopold Museum presents the largest retrospective to date dedicated to important Austrian sculptor Joannis Avramidis (1922–2016), one year after the artist’s death. Avramidis’ s...
Oxford What's on

Raphael: The Drawings

1 June-3 Sept. Major exhibition of 120 drawings by Raphael spanning the short but stellar career of the Renaissance master who died aged 37, almost 500 years ago. This exhibition focuses on Raphae...
Paris What's on

Derain, Balthus, Giacometti: An artistic friendship

2 June-29 Oct. Hailing it as "a new kind of exhibition", the Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris explores the friendship between three major 20th-century artists: André Derain (1880–1954), Balthu...
Copenhagen What's on

NATURE (RE)TURNS

3 June-17 Sept. ARKEN’s outdoor summer exhibition involves a series of site-specific artworks based on the landscape surrounding the museum, by Danish artists Nanna Debois Buhl and Tue Greenfort....
Madrid What's on

Mário Pedrosa: On the Affective Nature of Form

28 April-16 Oct. The Reina Sofia pays tribute to Mário Pedrosa (1900–1981), Brazil’s foremost critic of art, culture and politics and one of Latin America’s most frequently cited intellectuals. Th...
Berlin What's on

The Luther Effect: Protestantism – 500 Years in the World

12 April-5 Nov. The Deutsches Historisches Museum marks the 500th anniversary of the Reformation with an exhibition leading the visitor through "five centuries and four continents." Comprising pai...
Amsterdam What's on

Chris Beekman: De Stijl Defector

8 April-17 Sept. The Stedelijk Museum examines the oeuvre of a lesser-known artist associated with the De Stijl movement: Chris Beekman, an anarchist and politically active figure who left the movemen...
Barcelona What's on

Photobook Phenomenon

17 March-27 Aug.The CCCB and at Fundació Foto Colectania present a joint exhibition highlighting the role of the photobook in contemporary visual culture. Curated by nine international experts, the...
Barcelona What's on

Photobook Phenomenon

17 March-27 Aug. The CCCB and at Fundació Foto Colectania present a joint exhibition highlighting the role of the photobook - publications illustrated with photographs - in contemporary visual culture...
Brussels What's on

Bruegel: Unseen Masterpieces

16 March 2016-16 March 2020. Major exhibition of works by Pieter Bruegel the Elder, the 16th-century Flemish Renaissance painter best known for his landscapes and scenes of peasant life. The show...

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