La Tentation du réel, l'Agneau mystique des frères Van Eyck (detail of film still; 2019), dir. by Jérôme Laffont and Joachim Thôme.

Journées internationales du Film sur l’art

The 14th edition of the Louvre’s annual film festival, opening on 22 January, will be available to stream at home

15 Jan 2021
Detail of a still from Een kinderfeest op 't eiland Marken (1899).

Eye Film Player

From cinematic classics to new releases – watch titles from the collection of the Eye Filmmuseum in Amsterdam

15 Jan 2021

Inside Out Shorts

A series of short films commissioned by the Barbican and completed during lockdown is now available online

15 Jan 2021
Mike Dibb selecting an image for Seeing Through Drawing (1976).

A Listening Eye: The Films of Mike Dibb

The Whitechapel Gallery hosts an online programme celebrating the influential documentary film-maker

15 Jan 2021
Rashmi Sudhir, Mohiniattam, from Bhangra Lexicon (2021), Hardeep Sahota.

Hardeep Sahota: Bhangra Lexicon

An online version of Yorkshire Sculpture Park’s planned display exploring the traditional Indian dance form

8 Jan 2021
Page from a 16th-century Koran. Khalidi Library, Jerusalem

Khalidi Library online

The Jerusalem institution launches a new website with full digital access to its world-class collection of Arabic manuscripts

8 Jan 2021
Ninth Circle: The Giants (Inferno, Canti (detail; 1586–88), Federico Zuccari.

To Rebehold the Stars: Dante Illustrated

The Uffizi marks 700 years since the Florentine poet’s death with a virtual display of drawings of the Divine Comedy

8 Jan 2021
Untitled (from Nurse Midwife) (detail; 1951), W. Eugene Smith

The Art of Care

The Philadelphia Museum of Art reopens – and with it a display exploring representations of caregiving at moments of crisis

8 Jan 2021
Blue Cut Fire (detail; 2017), Mary Weatherford.

Mary Weatherford: Neon Paintings

Recent neon-adorned canvases by the Californian painter light up the Aspen Art Museum

17 Dec 2020
The Thinker (detail; 1880/82), Auguste Rodin.

Rodin/Arp

The Fondation Beyeler presents the first exhibition to pair these great modern sculptors, born half a century apart

17 Dec 2020
Self-Portrait (detail; 1623), Peter Paul Rubens.

Masterpieces from Buckingham Palace

The Queen’s Gallery may be closed, but there are a host of ways to explore this blockbuster display online

17 Dec 2020

Frank Duveneck: American Master

At Cincinnati Art Museum, a landmark survey dedicated to the city’s favourite artistic son

17 Dec 2020
Ryan, Respiratory Doctor in Training (detail; 2020), Aliza Nisenbaum

Aliza Nisenbaum

The Mexican-born painter’s portraits of key workers during the Covid-19 crisis go on show at Tate Liverpool

11 Dec 2020
L’étang – Hommage à Grey Owl (detail; 1970), Jean-Paul Riopelle.

Jean-Paul Riopelle: The Call of Northern Landscapes and Indigenous Cultures

A virtual tour of this blockbuster show at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, featuring more than 300 artworks and artefacts

11 Dec 2020
Roll-top desk (c. 1770), cabinetwork by Jean-Henri Riesener, model designed by Jean-François Oeben

Jean-Henri Riesener

A five-year research project led by the Wallace Collection concludes with a season of displays and new digital resources

11 Dec 2020
Lamba akotifahana (detail; mid–late 19th century), Malagasy peoples, Madagascar.

Moth to Cloth: Silk in Africa

Exploring the history of sericulture in sub-Saharan Africa at the Dallas Museum of Art

11 Dec 2020
Jane Birkin’s Birkin (1984), designed by Hermès.

Bags: Inside Out

Bags are used for much more than simply carrying our stuff – as this blockbuster show at the V&A proves

4 Dec 2020
Vermeer’s Girl with a Pearl Earring, photographed in gigapixel resolution.

Virtual Mauritshuis

The museum in The Hague is the first in the world to be fully digitised in gigapixel resolution

4 Dec 2020
Maquette for We Are Building (detail; 1929), Valentina Kulagina.

Engineer, Agitator, Constructor: The Artist Reinvented

A display at MoMA explores how the role of the artist was reinvented amid the tumult of the 1920s and ’30s

4 Dec 2020
APEX (detail of video still; 2013), Arthur Jafa.

Arthur Jafa

The American artist’s excoriating takes on celebrity and race go on display at Louisiana in Denmark

4 Dec 2020
(detail; 2020), Rosalind Nashashibi.

Rosalind Nashashibi: An Overflow of Passion and Sentiment

The National Gallery’s first artist in residence presents works responding to the museum’s Spanish Golden Age paintings

27 Nov 2020
It - didnt stop - I didnt stop (detail; 2019), Tracey Emin.

Tracey Emin/Edvard Munch: The Loneliness of the Soul

Themes of loss and longing unite the Norwegian painter and the erstwhile YBA in this show at the Royal Academy

27 Nov 2020
(detail; 2016), Lynette Yiadom-Boakye.

Lynette Yiadom-Boakye: Fly in League with the Night

Tate Britain hosts the first UK museum survey of the London-born artist’s jewel-hued paintings

27 Nov 2020
Just what is it that makes today’s homes so different? (1992), Richard Hamilton.

Richard Hamilton: Respective

This exhibition at Pallant House considers the influence of international modernism upon the British Pop artist

27 Nov 2020