Dublin What's on

Emil Nolde: Colour is Life

14 Feb-10 June. The National Gallery of Ireland presents an exhibition dedicated to the German Expressionist artist Emil Nolde (1867-1956), in collaboration with the Scottish National Gallery of Moder...
Barcelona What's on

Rosemarie Castoro. Focus at Infinity

9 Nov-15 April. MACBA presents the first major retrospective dedicated to avant-garde American artist Rosemarie Castoro (1939-2015). Focusing on the period from 1964 to 1979, the exhibition document...
Copenhagen What's on

George Condo: The Way I Think

9 Nov-2 April. The Louisiana exhibits four decades' worth of drawings by New York artist George Condo in an exhibition organised in collaboration with The Phillips Collection in Washington DC. Born in...
Madrid What's on

Pessoa: All Art Is a Form of Literature

7 Feb-7 May. This exhibition takes its title from a quotation by Álvaro de Campos, a heteronym created by the modernist Portuguese poet, writer, literary critic and philosopher Fernando Pessoa (1888–1...
Amsterdam What's on

Stedelijk Base

15 Dec. This major exhibition at the Stedelijk presents highlights in art and design from 1880 to the modern day. Occupying the entire new wing of the museum, the exhibition opened in December 2017...
Berlin What's on

Beyond Compare: Art from Africa in the Bode-Museum

From 27 Oct. This exhibition introduces African art works from the Ethnological Museum into the collection of western sculpture in the Bode-Museum. Key to the exhibition is the comparison in how works...
Paris What's on

Jim Dine: Paris Reconnaissance

14 Feb-23 April. The Centre Pompidou hosts an exhibition dedicated to Jim Dine on the occasion of his recent donation of works to Musée National d’Art Moderne.The donation is exhibited in its entirety...
London What's on

Giorgio Griffa

26 Jan-8 April. The Camden Arts Centre dedicates an exhibition to Italian abstract painter Giorgio Griffa, featuring works from the 1960s to the present. Considered one of the most radical avant-gar...
Amsterdam What's on

Jump into the Future

25 Nov-4 March. Exhibition showing an extensive number of contemporary art works, from the 1990s and 2000s, donated by the German collector Thomas Borgmann. The exhibition, which occupies some 2,540 s...
Brussels What's on

El Anatsui: The Beginning and The End

19 Jan-16 Dec. The search for social and personal identity is a central theme in the art of Ghana's El Anatsui whose work incorporates traditional African systems of symbols used to form patterns on...
Oxford What's on

Victorian Passions and Pursuits

10 Feb-16 April. Blenheim Palace offers guided tours exploring how the palace and its collections were presented during Victorian times. Visitors will learn how staff managed the day-to-day running of...
Paris What's on

Sheila Hicks: Lignes de vie

7 Feb-30 April. The art of Sheila Hicks tends to defy categorisation. Since the late 1950s she had created works incorporating wool, linen and cotton, fusing elements of modernist design and ancient t...
Vienna What's on

Aesthetics of Change: 150 Years of the University of Applied Arts Vienna

15 Dec-15 April. Vienna's School of Arts and Crafts was established in 1867 at the Imperial Royal Austrian Museum of Art and Industry, known today as the Austrian Museum of Contemporary Art or MAK, as...
Dublin What's on

Porcelain at the Abbey Theatre

16 Feb-10 March. Described as a modern-day thriller, this new play by Margaret Perry explores the parallel stories of two Irish women, weaving past and present, fact and fiction. The story is set a...
Brussels What's on

Sophie Podolski: Le pays où tout est permis

20 Jan-1 April. WIELS presents the first exhibition ever dedicated to the Belgian artist Sophie Podolski whose short career was marked by sexual liberation and disenchanted youth. Podolski produced a...
Vienna What's on

Vienna 1900: Klimt – Moser – Gerstl – Kokoschka

18 Jan-10 June. The Leopold Museum celebrates Viennese Modernism with a selection of works by two of the movement's main exponents: Gustav Klimt and Koloman Moser, alongside works by pioneering expr...
Copenhagen What's on

Alphonse Mucha

3 Feb-3 June. ARKEN dedicates an exhibition to the career of Czech artist Alphonse Mucha (1860-1939), best known for his Art Nouveau decorative depictions of women. The exhibition showcases Mucha's p...
Barcelona What's on

Total Records: Vinyl & photography

22 Nov-11 March. Barcelona's Colectania Photo Foundation presents a photographic tour through classic 20th-century vinyl covers, the result of collaboration between musicians and prominent photograp...
Paris What's on

Degas, Danse, Dessin. A Tribute to Degas with Paul Valéry

28 Nov-25 Feb. The Musée d'Orsay marks the centenary of the death of Edgar Degas (1834-1917) with an exhibition based around the writings of his friend, the writer, poet and thinker Paul Valéry (187...
Oxford What's on

Lucienne Day at Oxfordshire Museum

13 Jan-4 March. The Oxfordshire Museum celebrates the career of British textile designer Lucienne Day (1917-2010) whose floral and abstract creations were stocked by major department stores such as Jo...
Madrid What's on

Giorgio de Chirico: Sueño o realidad

23 Nov-18 Feb. CaixaForum pays tribute to the Italian master and founder of the metaphysical art movement Giorgio de Chirico (1888-1978) with a retrospective of his work. The exhibition spans de Chiri...
London What's on

Modigliani at Tate Modern

23 Nov-2 April. The work of Italian figurative painter and sculptor Amedeo Modigliani (1884-1920) is the subject of an exhibition at the Tate Modern. Central to the show are 12 of Modigliani's sensuo...
Oxford What's on

Pigeon Whistles: An Orchestra in Flight

24 Nov-4 March. Experimental composer, performer and sound designer Nathaniel Mann stages an installation centred around the lightweight whistles attached to the tail feathers of carrier pigeons. U...
Madrid What's on

Krazy Kat is Krazy Kat is Krazy Kat

18 Oct-26 Feb. The Reina Sofia dedicates an exhibition to the pioneering American cartoonist George Herriman, whose work developed in the new comic strip medium of US newspapers around the turn of the...
Brussels What's on

The New Wave of Flemish Comic Strip

19 Sept-3 June. The Belgium Comic Book Centre highlights the work of a younger generation of Belgian comic authors and illustrators whose award-winning work has been translated into several languages....
Copenhagen What's on

Ugo Rondinone: Vocabulary of Silence

16 Dec-30 Dec. ARKEN presents a year-long installation by Swiss artist Ugo Rondinone. The colourful "dreamscape" features 45 hyperrealistic clown figures, all of whom are in various stages of sleep...
Amsterdam What's on

I am a Native Foreigner

23 Sept-3 June. Exploring diverse aspects of the theme migration, the Stedelijk Museum draws on its own collection to highlight artists' views on migration and how the subject is presented in their wo...
Madrid What's on

William Kentridge: Enough and more than enough

1 Nov-19 March. The Reina Sofía Museum focuses on the stage work, including theatre, opera and performance, of celebrated South African artist William Kentridge. The exhibition also examines the sc...
Copenhagen What's on

MY MUSIC

7 Oct-25 March. ARKEN presents a "sensory explosion" of music videos, video art, sculptures, paintings and installations. The 22 works on display are designed to raise questions about the interplay...
Oxford What's on

Tito in Africa: Picturing Solidarity

13 Nov-8 April. The result of collaboration between the Pitt Rivers Museum and the Museum of Yugoslavia, this photographic exhibition documents Tito’s state tours of various Africa countries from the...
Vienna What's on

Thomas Bayrle: If It’s Too Long—Make It Longer

25 Oct-2 April. This installation by German artist Thomas Bayrle combines traditional craft techniques with computer-generated art. Born in Berlin in 1937, Bayrle is known for his so-called superfo...
Amsterdam What's on

Keith Haring canvas

12 Oct-3 June. The Stedelijk has reaffixed the enormous canvas painted by the late American graffiti artist Keith Haring, following its recent restoration. Hanging above the museum's central stairc...
Oxford What's on

Imagining the Divine: Art and the Rise of World Religions

19 Oct-18 Feb. This exhibition takes a comprehensive look at the artistic portrayal of the deities of world religions and how their depictions have changed - in some cases drastically - over the cen...
Vienna What's on

100 Best Posters: Germany-Austria-Switzerland

18 Oct-25 Feb. The MAK – Austrian Museum of Contemporary Art presents the 100 winning projects of the most popular graphic design competition in the German-speaking world. The winning entries were...
Brussels What's on

Magritte, Broodthaers and Contemporary Art, Brussels

13 Oct-18 Feb. Exhibition highlighting the legacy of Belgian artists and friends René Magritte and Marcel Broodthaers. With paintings, sculpture, installations and film, the exhibition examines how t...
Amsterdam What's on

Dutch Masters from the Hermitage: Treasures of the Tsars

7 Oct-27 May. This major exhibition comprises the world’s leading collection of Dutch Golden Age painting outside the Netherlands, with the bulk of the works on loan from the State Hermitage museum...
Paris What's on

Being Modern: MoMA in Paris

11 Oct-5 March. A selection of 200 works charting the history of the collection of New York’s Museum of Modern Art (MoMA). The exhibition ranges from works acquired by MoMA in the 1930s such as Edwar...
Barcelona What's on

Brossa Poetry

21 Sept-25 Feb. The Museum of Contemporary Art (MACBA) dedicates an exhibition to the pioneering Barcelona poet Joan Brossa (1919-1998) and his interdisciplinary collaboration with artists, musicians,...
Oxford What's on

Old Traditions New Visions: Art in India and Pakistan after 1947

15 Sept-18 March. The Ashmolean Museum examines how artists in India and Pakistan sought to express the distinctive characters of their newly-independent nations, post 1947. This exhibition highlig...
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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