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Madrid What's on

Marcel Broodthaers: A Retrospective

5 Oct-9 Jan. The Reina Sofía Museum dedicates a retrospective to Marcel Broodthaers, who was revered as Belgium's greatest modern artist. Broodthaers (1924-1976) was a poet, filmmaker and anti-aut...
Brussels What's on

Helena Almeida: Corpus

10 Sept-11 Dec. One of Portugal's leading contemporary artists, Helena Almeida has been a major figure in performance and in conceptual art since the 1970s. The Lisbon-based artist is known for he...
Amsterdam What's on

Frans Post. Animals in Brazil

7 Oct-8 Jan. The Brazilian landscapes of 17th-century artist Frans Post are shown alongside dozens of stuffed animals, thanks to a special collaboration between the Rijksmuseum and the Naturalis Biodi...
Oxford What's on

Power and Protection: Islamic Art and the Supernatural

20 Oct-15 Jan. Major exhibition exploring the supernatural in Islamic art, comprising more than 100 works - many of which have never been seen in public - from Morocco to China. The artefacts on d...
Amsterdam What's on

Hercules Segers

7 Oct-8 Jan. The Rijksmuseum stages what it describes as the "largest retrospective ever" dedicated to Dutch painter and printmaker Hercules Segers (1589-1638). The exhibition comprises 18 paintin...
Barcelona What's on

Lluïsa Vidal: Pintora del modernisme

23 Sept-15 Jan. The Museo Nacional d'Art de Catalunya dedicates an exhibition to the work of Lluïsa Vidal (1876-1918), one of the few women artists in the male-dominated Catalan modernism. Vidal s...
Brussels What's on

Modernity à la belge

14 Oct- 22 Jan. The Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium look back at more than a century of modern Belgian art through paintings, drawings and sculptures. The works on display examine Belgium's...
Vienna What's on

The Magic of Landscapes: From Waldmüller to Boeckl

15 Sept–6 Feb. Exhibition highlighting the art created in the newly-formed Austria following the collapse of the once-powerful Austro-Hungarian Empire in the wake of world war one. The show highli...
Rome What's on

Mexique (1900–1950)

5 Oct-23 Jan. The Grand Palais presents what it describes as the largest event dedicated to Mexican art since 1953. The exhibition comprises painting, sculpture, architecture, music, literature, f...
Oxford What's on

Sensation: Rembrandt's First Paintings

16 Sept-27 Nov. The Ashmolean displays The Senses, the earliest surviving works by Rembrandt (1606–1669). The four panels depict allegorical representations of Sight, Touch, Hearing and Smell, and...
Madrid What's on

Txomin Badiola: Another Family Plot

23 Sept-26 Feb. Retrospective by Spanish visual artist Txomin Badiola presents a broad selection of his photographic works, drawings, sculptures and multimedia installations, spanning from the 1980s t...
Copenhagen What's on

Martin Bigum: The Great Divide

3 Sept-15 Jan. ARKEN presents an exhibition by Danish visual artist Martin Bigum who describes his latest body of work as an examination of the "art that was to be found – and not found – south of Cop...
Brussels What's on

Painting After Postmodernism - Belgium - USA

15 Sept-13 Nov. The exhibition comprises 256 paintings in 16 solo presentations by eight American and eight Belgian artists. All 16 artists are described as prominent, and the show compares new trends...
Amsterdam What's on

Mohamed Bourouissa: Horseday

10 Sept-1 Jan. The Stedelijk presents recently-purchased photographs and a video installation by the French-Algerian artist Mohamed Bourouissa. The works belong to the artist's ongoing Horseday pr...
Berlin What's on

Voices of Dissent: Art in the GDR 1976-1989

16 July-26 Oct. This exhibition uses creative art works to explores the links between dissident art and power in the former German Democratic Republic or GDR. The exhibition highlights how a prodigiou...
Barcelona What's on

Picasso, Photography and Ceramics

23 June-30 Oct. The Museu Picasso presents a selection of photographs from its collection documenting Picasso’s work as a ceramicist. The artist's interest in ceramics began when he moved to the s...
Paris What's on

Hergé

28 Sept-15 Jan. The Grand Palais celebrates the distinguished career of Belgian cartoonist Georges Remi, better remembered as Hergé, the creator of Tintin. The exhibition examines how Hergé's work...
Vienna What's on

Albertina Contemporary: Andy Warhol to Anselm Keifer

11 July-19 March. The annual Albertina Contemporary exhibition showcases art from the second half of the 20th century. This year’s presentation includes works by Anselm Kiefer, Gerhard Richter, Ar...
Amsterdam What's on

Dream Out Loud: Designing for Tomorrow's Demands

26 Aug-1 Jan. The Stedelijk Museum focuses on contemporary design with an exhibition of work selected following an open call for submissions by artists and designers living and working in the Netherla...
Paris What's on

Beat Generation

22 June-3 Oct. The Centre Pompidou celebrates the Beat Generation, an unconventional literary and artistic movement born in the US in the 1950s, with a multidisciplinary exhibition. Through photog...
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