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Since most museums and galleries around the world are temporarily closed because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the          What’s On listing of exhibitions is not currently being updated.

 

Young Rembrandt

Oxford, UK

Ashmolean Museum

Until 1 Sep 2020

Millet and Modern Art: From Van Gogh to Dalí

St Louis, USA

Saint Louis Art Museum

Until 7 Sep 2020

En Passant: Impressionism in sculpture

Frankfurt, Germany

Städel Museum

Until 25 Oct 2020

Paris in the Days of Post-Impressionism: Signac and the Indépendants

Montreal, Canada

The Montreal Museum of Fine Arts

Opened 4 Jul 2020

Until 15 Nov 2020

Titian: Love, Desire, Death

London, UK

The National Gallery

Opened 16 Mar 2020

Until 17 Jan 2021

Operation Night Watch

Amsterdam, Netherlands

Rijksmuseum

Opened 8 Jul 2019

Until 31 Dec 2021

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Salvador Dalí and Hans Arp. The Birth of Memory

Eccentric Salvador Dalí is the most famous surrealist in the world to this day. For the first time, the exhibition shows hitherto unnoticed parallels between him and the pioneer of abstraction in modern art – Hans Arp – by presenting first-rate works from international museums and collections.

Closing soon

Remagen, Germany

Arp Museum Bahnhof Rolandseck

Opened 16 Feb 2020

Until 16 Aug 2020

Salvador Dalí and Hans Arp. The Birth of Memory

Eccentric Salvador Dalí is the most famous surrealist in the world to this day. For the first time, the exhibition shows hitherto unnoticed parallels between him and the pioneer of abstraction in modern art – Hans Arp – by presenting first-rate works from international museums and collections.

Closing soon

Remagen, Germany

Arp Museum Bahnhof Rolandseck

Opened 16 Feb 2020

Until 16 Aug 2020

Murillo: The Prodigal Son Restored

Showcasing a magnificent series of fully conserved works by one of the most celebrated painters of the Spanish Golden Age, this free exhibition marks 30 years since Murillo’s series of paintings based on the parable of the Prodigal Son has been on display in the Gallery. This exhibition is generously supported by the Blavatnik Family Foundation

Open now

Dublin, Ireland

National Gallery of Ireland

Opened 29 Feb 2020

Until 30 Aug 2020

Young Rembrandt

The Young Rembrandt exhibition charts the astonishing transformation of the Dutch master Rembrandt. Spanning the years 1624 to 1634, it traces how a young and unremarkable artist from Leiden became the superstar of 17th-century Amsterdam and one of the greatest artists of all time. The exhibition is currently closed, but it can be visited virtually. Watch an introduction from exhibition curator An Van Kamp and explore the exhibition section by section.

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Oxford, UK

Ashmolean Museum

Until 1 Sep 2020

Memling Now: Hans Memling in contemporary art

Hans Memling is a source of inspiration for various contemporary artists. As well as a range of portraits by Joseph Kosuth – one of the forefathers of conceptual art – there will also be works on display by the African-American painter Kehinde Wiley and Syrian-American artist Diana Al-Hadid. Belgian artist David Claerbout will also be creating a new piece of work for this project.

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Bruges, Belgium

Sint-Janshospitaal

Opened 4 Apr 2020

Until 6 Sep 2020

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