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Barcelona What's on

Delacroix

17 March - 20 May. An exhibition of over 130 works by the French painter Eugene Delacroix (1798-1863), one of the most important artists from the Romantic art movement. Organised jointly by the Ob...
Paris What's on

Debussy, music and art

22 February - 11 June. The Mus
Berlin What's on

Pacific Standard Time

15 March - 10 June. This exhibition follows the development of artwork from America's west coast from the greater Los Angeles region during the post-war period, including works by artists active in th...
London What's on

Yayoi Kusama at London's Tate Modern

9 February - 5 June. The work of Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama is the subject of a major exhibition at the Tate Modern. Considered Japan's most famous artist, Kusama's artistic career spans almost...
Copenhagen What's on

Hammershøi and Europe

4 February - 20 May. The National Gallery of Denmark presents an exhibition dedicated to the Danish artist Vilhelm Hammersh
Brussels What's on

Per Kirkeby and the forbidden paintings of Kurt Schwitters

10 Feb - 20 May. Bozar presents an exhibition that examines the influence that German painter Kurt Schwitters (1887-1948) had on the work of contemporary Danish artist Per Kirkeby (born 1938). A n...
Copenhagen What's on

From Buddha to the Baroque

2 March - 13 May. The Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek presents an exhibition of 100 works drawn from the collection of Carl Jacobsen. The diverse selection reflects Jacobsen's eclectic tastes and includes...
London What's on

Lucian Freud: Portraits

9 Feb - 27 May. The National Portrait Gallery presents a collection of portraits by the recently-deceased Lucian Freud (1922-2011) who assisted the gallery in producing this major exhibition. The...
Madrid What's on

Chagall

14 February - 20 May. The Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum, in collaboration with the Caja Madrid Foundation, presents the first major retrospective in Spain devoted to Russian artist Marc Chagall. Highl...
Amsterdam What's on

Klee and Cobra: A Child's Play

30 January - 22 April. An exhibition of over 130 works by Paul Klee, along with a similar number of works by artists including Karel Appel, Constant, Corneille, Eug
Berlin What's on

Ai Weiwei in New York: Photographs 1983-1993

9 January - 18 March. The Martin-Gropuis-Bau exhibits 220 photographs taken by leading Chinese artist Ai Weiwei in New York from 1982-1993. Curated by Weiwei himself, the exhibition comprises imag...
London What's on

Picasso and Modern British Art

15 February - 15 July. The Tate Britain hosts a exhibition that explores the role played by Pablo Picasso in shaping British art, and in particular how the Spanish artist influenced some of Britain's...
Brussels What's on

Cy Twombly: Photographs 1951-2010

1 Feb-29 April. Over 100 Polaroid photographs by the American artist Cy Twombly, selected in close cooperation with the artist prior to his death in Rome last summer, are now on show in Brussels. A...
London What's on

Golden Spider Silk

25 January - 5 June. The Victoria and Albert Museum showcases the world
Madrid What's on

René Daniëls. An exhibition is always part of a greater whole

20 Oct - 26 March. The Reina Sofia presents an exhibition dedicated to the work of Dutch artist Ren
London What's on

Don McCullin

Until 4 March. Regarded as one of the most significant war photographers of the late 20th century, Don McCullin has documented the consequences of conflicts in war-torn regions such as Biafra, Cyprus,...
Vienna What's on

Magritte

9 November - 26 February. The Albertina presents an exhibition dedicated to the surrealist master Ren
Dublin What's on

Turner: A Light in the Darkness

1-31 January. The National Gallery of Ireland holds its annual tribute to the groundbreaking English landscape artist Joseph Mallord William Turner (1775-1851) whose oils and watercolours are seen as...
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