Highlights

  • New York | The Frick Collection. | to 20 Jan 2019 | Exhibition

    Luigi Valadier: Splendor in Eighteenth-Century Rome

    More than 60 exhibits illustrate the full range of production of silversmith Luigi Valadier’s workshop in Rome; 31st October to 20th January.

  • New York | Asia Society. | to 20 Jan 2019 | Exhibition

    The Progressive Revolution: A Modern Art for a New India

    The output of the Progressive Artists’ Group in India, from the time of its formation after the country’s declaration of independence in 1947 until the 1990s, is surveyed here.

  • London | Victoria and Albert Museum. | to 27 Jan 2019 | Exhibition

    Fashioned from Nature

    An exhibition explores the ways in which fashion has drawn from the aesthetics, processes and materials of the natural world; 21st April to 27th January.

  • London | National Gallery. | to 27 Jan 2019 | Exhibition

    Mantegna and Bellini

    The first exhibition to study the art and lives of Mantegna and Bellini side-by-side (then in Berlin).

  • Europe | Alte Pinakothek, Munich. | to 27 Jan 2019 | Exhibition

    Florence and its painters: from Giotto to Leonardo da Vinci

    120 paintings, sculptures and drawings produced in Renaissance Florence.

  • London | Dulwich Picture Gallery. | to 27 Jan 2019 | Exhibition

    Ribera: Art of Violence

    Ribera’s representations of violence inflicted upon saints are the subject of an exhibition here.

  • North America | New Orleans Museum of Art. | to 27 Jan 2019 | Exhibition

    The Orléans Collection

    A loans exhibition brings together 40 objects from the collection of Philippe II, Duke of Orléans.

  • London | Tate Modern. | to 27 Jan 2019 | Exhibition

    Anni Albers

    An Anni Albers retrospective.

  • New York | Museum of Modern Art, New York. | to 3 Feb 2019 | Exhibition

    Judson Dance Theater: The Work Is Never Done

    An array of objects and documents are brought together here to record the history of the important workshops hosted at Judson Memorial Church, New York, and the performances that resulted from them.

  • Great Britain and Ireland | Gainsborough's House, Sudbury. | to 17 Feb 2019 | Exhibition

    Early Gainsborough: From the Obscurity of a Country Town

    An exhibition studies Gainsborough’s work and training in the 1740s.

  • London | British Library. | to 19 Feb 2019 | Exhibition

    Anglo-Saxon Kingdoms

    The Domesday Book, Codex Amiatinus and items from the Staffordshire Hoard are among the objects brought together here in a survey of Anglo-Saxon culture.

  • London | Tate Britain. | to 24 Feb 2019 | Exhibition

    Burne-Jones

    A survey of the work of Edward Burne-Jones, the first exhibition solely dedicated to the artist at Tate since 1933.

  • London | Strawberry Hill House & Garden. | to 24 Feb 2019 | Exhibition

    Lost Treasures of Strawberry Hill: Masterpieces from Horace Walpole’s Collection

    Objects from Horace Walpole’s important collection return to Strawberry Hill in an exhibition that attempts to reconstruct their original display.

  • Europe | Eindhoven, Van Abbemuseum. | to 17 Mar 2019 | Exhibition

    Museum as Parliament

    The project for the ‘People’s Parliament of Rojava’, designed by Jonas Staal for the autonomous government in northern Syria, is reconstructed here through documentation and events.

  • New York | MoMA & MoMA PS1. | to 17 Mar 2019 | Exhibition

    Disappearing Acts: Bruce Nauman 1964–2018

    Previously in Basel, a career retrospective for Bruce Nauman is on view here.

  • New York | Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum. | to 23 Apr 2019 | Exhibition

    Hilma af Klint

    The first full retrospective of Hilma af Klint’s work in the United States.