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...
Brussels What's on

Gao Xingjian: The awakening of consciousness

29 Sept-31 Dec. Although best known for winning the Nobel prize in Literature winner in 2000, the French-based Chinese author Gao Xingjian is also a visual artist. The Royal Museums of Fine Arts of...
Berlin What's on

Ed Atkins: Old Food

29 Sept-7 Jan. The Martin-Gropius-Bau presents the latest disturbing works of cutting-edge British artist Ed Atkins. The exhibition features unnerving imagery such as babies and old men weeping, al...
Barcelona What's on

Francesc Torres. The entropic box

20 Oct-14 Jan. With the subheading [The museum of lost objects] this installation by Catalan artist Francesc Torres explores the role of the museum as a meeting point between history and culture. T...
Dublin What's on

For the Love of Art

25 Oct-14 Jan. The National Gallery of Ireland offers a comprehensive overview of the work of Irish-born artist Frederic William Burton (1816-1900) who is best known for his highly-finished 1864 wat...
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...
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...
London What's on

Poster Girls: A century of art and design

13 Oct-31 Jan. The London Transport Museum highlights the artistic contribution of female graphic designers to London's transport network over the last century. Displaying more than 150 posters and...
Paris What's on

Gauguin the alchemist

11 Oct-22 Jan. This exhibition at the Grand Palais is promoted as the first in-depth inclusive study of the paintings, sculpture, graphic and decorative arts by pioneering Post-Impressionist master Pa...
Dublin What's on

Aftermath: The War Landscapes of William Orpen

11 Nov-11 Feb. Dublin artist Garrett Phelan has been commissioned by the National Gallery of Ireland to produce artwork in response to William Orpen’s experience as official war artist for Britain in...
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...
Amsterdam What's on

The Dutch in Paris 1789–1914

13 Oct-7 Jan. This large-scale exhibition, the first of its kind, highlights the artistic role played by Paris in the work of Dutch artists from the late 18th century to the turn of the 20th century....
Copenhagen What's on

Rineke Dijkstra: The One and The Many

21 Sept-30 Dec. The Lousiana dedicates a show to the work of Rineke Dijkstra, one of the most prominent contemporary artists working within the genre of photography and video portraiture. Based in...
Barcelona What's on

Ramon Pichot. From Els Quatre Gats to La Maison Rose

29 Sept-21 Jan. Barcelona artist Ramon Pichot worked in his native city alongside fellow artists Ramon Casas, Santiago Rusiñol, Joaquim Mir and Isidre Nonell, before moving to Paris at the beginning o...
Berlin What's on

Alice Neel: The Great Society

13 Oct-13 Jan. This exhibition highlights the social and political commitment of American visual artist Alice Neel (1900-1984), focusing in particular on her output from 1933 to 1965.  Neel's work...
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...
Madrid What's on

Picasso/Lautrec

17 Oct-21 Jan. The Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum examines the affinities between the artists Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec (1864-1901) and Pablo Picasso (1881-1973). Although their paths never crossed, Pic...