The week in art news – Just Stop Oil protestors spray powder on Stonehenge

Plus: Matthew Teitelbaum, director of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, is stepping down; and the art dealer Barbara Gladstone has died

21 Jun 2024

Francis Alÿs: Ricochets

The Mexico-based artist’s ongoing series focusing on children’s games from around the globe goes on show at the Barbican

21 Jun 2024

Far and Away: Drawings from the Clement C. Moore Collection

The Morgan is celebrating its 100th birthday with an exhibition centred around its newly acquired collection of Dutch works on paper

21 Jun 2024

Quilts: Made in Canada

The history of quilt-making is woven through with complex stories, as this exhibition of Canadian fabrics demonstrates

21 Jun 2024

Women Impressionists

Works by four Impressionist women go on display in Dublin to celebrate 150 years since the movement was born

21 Jun 2024

Four things to see: Music

In honour of the annual Fête de la Musique, which takes place this year on 21 June, we look at four objects that embody the fertile relationship between art, craft and music

21 Jun 2024

The Flemish tapestry that takes us into the heart of a decisive battle

Nancy E. Edwards of the Kimbell Art Museum explains how a magnificent tapestry by Bernard van Orley re-enacts the Battle of Pavia

18 Jun 2024

Art and War in the Renaissance: The Battle of Pavia Tapestries

This cycle of seven colossal tapestries, which plunges the viewer into the thick of a 16th-century battle, is on display in its entirety for the first time in the United States

17 Jun 2024

Hannah Höch: Assembled Worlds

Some 80 photomontages by this pioneer of the form are on display in Vienna, alongside a selection of her drawings, paintings and prints

17 Jun 2024

Summer Exhibition 2024

The public and Royal Academicians alike are invited to submit for the annual show, which has lit up the Academy’s London lodgings in a riot of colours and shapes for more than 250 years

17 Jun 2024

Poke in the Eye: Art of the West Coast Counterculture

The rebels who thumbed their nose at the serious-minded efforts of East Coast artists are celebrated in this colourful show in Seattle

17 Jun 2024

Four things to see: Cars

To mark 180 years since Charles Goodyear got his patent for vulcanised rubber approved, we look at four artworks that capture the appeal of automotives through the years

14 Jun 2024

Greece welcomes Turkish rejection of Lord Elgin’s right to remove Parthenon marbles

Plus: Dealers Robilant+Voena hit by employee lawsuit, and French Fluxus artist Ben Vautier has died at the age of 88

9 Jun 2024

Collecting Inspiration: Edward C. Moore at Tiffany & Co.

The firm’s chief silver designer was also an avid collector of decorative arts from all over the world, many of which he donated to the Met

9 Jun 2024

Rembrandt & the World

The artist never left the Netherlands, but these etchings show that the animals, architecture and clothing from faraway places certainly sparked his imagination

9 Jun 2024

William Blake’s Universe

A collaboration between the Fitzwilliam Museum and the Hamburger Kunsthalle puts Blake’s myth-making in the context of his European contemporaries

9 Jun 2024

The Book of Marvels: Wonder and Fear in the Middle Ages

The Getty Center presents an illuminated French manuscript that takes armchair travellers to foreign and often fantastical places

9 Jun 2024

Acquisitions of the month: May 2024

An uncanny family portrait by Lavinia Fontana and Sorolla’s striking copy of a Velásquez are among the most important works to have entered public collections last month

7 Jun 2024

Four things to see: Heavy weather

As climate change continues to affect the world and the way we see it, here are four paintings of weather events, which serve as dramatic reminders of the power of nature and of human vulnerability

7 Jun 2024

In the studio with… Wendy Sharpe

The artist has all she needs in her capacious studio in Sydney, where her artist partner, some audiobooks and a Mexican papier-mâché skeleton keep her company

6 Jun 2024

United States returns hundreds of looted antiquities to Italy

Plus: the classical archaeologist and art historian John Boardman has died at the age of 96

2 Jun 2024

The Art of Pattern: Henri Matisse and Japanese Woodcut Artists

The Baltimore Museum of Art is pairing Matisse’s portraits of women with Japanese woodcut prints to reveal a shared interest in complex patterns

31 May 2024

Zanele Muholi

Two decades of photographs documenting the lives of the Black and queer communities of South Africa go on show at Tate Modern

31 May 2024

Georgia O’Keeffe: ‘My New Yorks’

The artist spent much of her career painting the landscapes and nature of New Mexico, but her urban scenes are just as accomplished

31 May 2024