Louise Nicholson is a freelance arts writer and Apollo contributor

Powerful, humbling and relevant: Jacob Lawrence’s ‘Migration Series’ at MoMA

This important exhibition should be a wake-up call for today’s visitors

7 Apr 2015

The Met brings out the best surprise at Asia Week New York

The Met steals the show at Asia Week New York

25 Mar 2015

What not to miss during Asia Week New York

This may be hard to believe, but not all the best art is in Maastricht this week.

16 Mar 2015

Great genius: Piero di Cosimo at the National Gallery of Art, Washington

It’s tempting to focus on the big loans, but the star of this particular show was in Washington all along

4 Feb 2015

East meets West: The Hudson River School at LACMA

The New-York Historical Society has sent a spectacular group of landscape paintings to LACMA this winter

19 Jan 2015

12 Days: Highlights of 2015

Piero di Cosimo in Washington and Florence; the Impressionists’ super-dealer Durand-Ruel; Captain Tripe documenting South India and Burma; and Jacob Lawrence’s 60-picture story

29 Dec 2014

The Winchester Bible in New York

The Met’s display of pages from one of the UK’s most extraordinary manuscripts is a small but perfect show

20 Dec 2014

A Woven Palette: ‘Spectacular Rubens’ at the Getty

Designed by Rubens at the height of his career, these exuberant tapestries are remarkably painterly

16 Dec 2014

Cooper Hewitt Museum reopens in New York

Thanks to a meticulous and inventive renovation project, the US now has a really good national museum of design

12 Dec 2014

The Prado, the Getty and the Metropolitan Museum celebrate the art of tapestry

Now is the time to see some of the most spectacular tapestries around

9 Dec 2014

A. Jerrold Perenchio’s $500 million gift to LACMA

Perenchio hopes his extraordinary gift will encourage other donors to support LACMA’s expansion

13 Nov 2014

A history of Cubism in one collection: the Lauder gift at the Met

Eighty-one extraordinary works by Picasso, Braque, Gris and Léger are now on show

10 Nov 2014

The Musée Picasso reopens in Paris

It’s been a long and controversial refurbishment. Has it all been worth it?

4 Nov 2014

‘Cutting directly into vivid colour’: Matisse arrives in New York

Matisse’s cut-outs have arrived in New York; and it’s a piece from MoMA’s own collection that steals the show

13 Oct 2014

Reviving the Regionalists: Thomas Hart Benton at the Metropolitan Museum

The artist is the latest US Regionalist to be lauded in a major museum

10 Oct 2014

The Met’s new pavement

If you had $65 million to blow on your local museum, how would you spend it?

17 Sep 2014

Review: Charles E Burchfield at the Brandywine River Museum

Burchfield’s fantastical watercolours deserve to be better known

28 Aug 2014

‘It’s a building that only reveals itself by experience’. Inside the Clark Art Institute

After its long-awaited redevelopment, the Clark has unveiled an impressive new building designed by Tadao Ando alongside refurbished galleries by Annabelle Selldorf

20 Aug 2014

Review: ‘Marsden Hartley: The German Paintings 1913–15’ at LACMA

After three formative years in Berlin, Hartley returned to the US at the forefront of the avant-garde

11 Aug 2014

A good advert for American art? Art Everywhere in the US

Can art add sparkle to the USA’s advertising billboards?

6 Aug 2014

The Hague’s Hidden Treasures: Prince William V’s Picture Gallery

Not all of the Mauritshuis’s treasures are actually in the Mauritshuis

3 Aug 2014

The Hague’s hidden treasures: Museum Bredius

There’s more to the Hague than the Mauritshuis

31 Jul 2014

Reopening the jewel box: the Mauritshuis opens its doors

The Mauritshuis masterpieces are back in place in The Hague, and the newly-restored and extended building has opened its doors

27 Jun 2014