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Eve Parnell: Let me sing dreams as words of truth

30 Jan-26 Feb. This exhibition of work by Irish artist Eve Parnell is inspired by the poem Vernehmt und lasst mich traum so wahrheit singen (Let me sing dreams as words of truth) by German Resistance...
Dublin What's on

Hennessy Portrait Prize

26 Nov-26 March. The Hennessy Portrait Prize, an annual competition now in its third year, is designed to stimulate interest in contemporary portraiture as well as raise the profile of the National Po...
Vienna What's on

Film Stills: Photography Between Advertising, Art and the Cinema

4 Nov-26 Feb. The Albertina devotes an exhibition to the film still and its place between photography and film. The 130 images on display date from 1910 to the 1970s and show how movie photographe...
Paris What's on

Bernard Buffet: Retrospective

14 Oct-26 Feb. The Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris holds a retrospective of the work of Bernard Buffet (1928–1999), the French Expressionist painter and member of the anti-abstract art group...
Dublin What's on

Turner: The Vaughan Bequest

1-31 Jan. The National Gallery of Ireland presents its annual tribute to groundbreaking British landscape artist Joseph Mallord William Turner (1775-1851) whose oils and watercolours are seen as the R...
Copenhagen What's on

Louise Bourgeois: Structures of Existence: The Cells

13 Oct-26 Feb. The Louisiana hosts an exhibition by Louise Bourgeois (1911-2010), the French-American artist best known for her large-scale sculpture and installation art. The exhibition focuses o...
Barcelona What's on

Marianne Breslauer: Photographs 1927-1938

27 Oct-29 Jan. Exhibition of work by German photographer Marianne Breslauer (1909-2001) whose promising early career was curtailed by the Nazi regime due to her Jewish heritage. Breslauer fled Ger...
London What's on

William Kentridge: Thick Time

21 Sept-15 Jan. London's Whitechapel Gallery stages a major exhibition of work by the renowned visual artist, filmmaker and director William Kentridge. The show includes six large-scale installati...
Brussels What's on

Erik van Lieshout: The Show Must Ego On

30 Sept-8 Jan. Erik van Lieshout is known for his provocative work which combines hard-hitting issues with humour. The Rotterdam-based artist first came to prominence in the early 2000s for his vi...
Berlin What's on

Tehran Collection: Tehran Museum for Contemporary Art in Berlin

4 Dec-26 Feb. The Nationalgalerie – Staatliche Museen zu Berlin shows works from the collection of the Tehran Museum of Contemporary Art (TMoCA), at the Gemäldegalerie building. The works on displ...
Madrid What's on

Renoir: Intimacy

18 Oct-22 Jan. The Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum focuses on the "tactile sensations" that played a central role in the work of Impressionist painter Pierre-Auguste Renoir (1841-1919). Examining a rang...
Paris What's on

Carl Andre: Sculpture as place, 1958 - 2010

18 Oct-12 Feb. The Musée d’Art Moderne presents a tribute to 81-year-old American minimalist artist Carl Andre, considered one of the 20th century's greatest sculptors. The exhibition covers the f...
Berlin What's on

Surreal Objectivity. Works from the 1920s and 1930s from the Nationalgalerie

13 Oct-23 April. Drawings from its collection of paintings from the period between the two world wars, the Nationalgalerie juxtaposes New Objectivity (Neue Sachlichkeit) and Surrealist works. Both...
Amsterdam What's on

Daubigny, Money, Van Gogh

21 Oct-29 Jan. Exhibition exploring the influence of French landscape painter Charles-François Daubigny (1817-1878) on the work of Van Gogh, Monet, Pissarro and Sisley. By the mid-19th century Dau...
Oxford What's on

Liu Dan: New Landscapes and Old Masters

20 Oct-26 Feb. The Ashmolean hosts an exhibition juxtaposing ink paintings by prominent Chinese artist Liu Dan alongside drawings by Raphael from the museum's collection. Born in 1953, Dan is a le...
Madrid What's on

Territories and Fictions: Thinking a New Way of the World

26 Oct-13 March. Exhibition focusing on the language and artistic practice that influenced art production between the end of the 1990s and 2007 in Spain and internationally. Drawing on the Museo R...
Vienna What's on

Foreign Gods: Fascination Africa and Oceania

23 Sept-9 Jan. The Leopold Museum’s comprehensive collection of African and Oceanic art, assembled by the museum's founder Rudolf Leopold, is presented for the first time. This large-scale exhibit...
Copenhagen What's on

Daniel Richter: Lonely Old Slogans

8 Sept-8 Jan. The Louisiana offers a "mid-career retrospective" to Daniel Richter who is regarded as a leading member of the 1960's generation of artists. Born in 1962, the German artist came to p...
London What's on

Beyond Caravaggio

12 Oct-15 Jan. The National Gallery hosts Britain's first major exhibition exploring the influence of Caravaggio's art on the work of his contemporaries and successors. For several decades followi...
Vienna What's on

Seurat, Signac, Van Gogh: Ways of Pointillism

16 Sept-8 Jan. Major exhibition dedicated to the founders of Pointillism, a painting technique in which small, distinct dots of colour are applied in patterns to form an image. Developed by George...


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