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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 art...
London What's on

Royal Academy of Arts Summer Exhibition

13 June-20 Aug. One year shy of its 250th anniversary, the annual open-submission exhibition returns to the Royal Academy of Arts with more than 1,200 works on display in Burlington House. Academi...
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...
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...
Barcelona What's on

Torné Esquius: Poetics of the Everyday

7 April-9 July. Pere Torné Esquius (1879- 1936) was a painter, illustrator and cartoonist whose work defies categorisation although he is sometimes claimed by the noucentista, a Catalan modernist move...
Paris What's on


15 March-24 July. Multidisciplinary exhibition at the Galeries nationales du Grand Palais featuring paintings, sculpture, photographs, drawings and installations, all dedicated to gardens. Exhibit...
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...
Paris What's on

Karel Appel: Art as Celebration!

24 Feb-20 Aug. The Musée d’Art moderne de la Ville de Paris presents an exhibition of work by Dutch artist Karel Appel whose career is examined from his early days with the CoBrA movement until his de...
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...
Brussels What's on

The Absent Museum

20 April-13 Aug. Large-scale exhibition marking the 10th anniversary of Wiels - Center for Contemporary Art which has presented more than 65 shows since it was founded in the former Wielemans brewery...
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...
Dublin What's on

Michelle Rogers: Tread Softly

16-23 June. Rathfarnham Castle presents a mid-career retrospective dedicated to the work of Rome-based Irish artist Michelle Rogers. The exhibition, a comprehensive look at 25 years of Rogers' pain...
Copenhagen What's on


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...


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