Pre-Raphaelites: Drawings & Watercolours

The Ashmolean’s impressive holdings of Pre-Raphaelite works reveal the friendships shared by the core members of the movement

8 Jul 2022
Models hold hands during Lagos Fashion Week. Courtesy Lagos Fashion Week; photo: Stephen Tayo

Africa Fashion

Innovators in African fashion take centre stage in this major exhibition of the continent’s key creatives at the V&A

1 Jul 2022
Archaic period marble Sphinx (c. 530 B.C). The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Chroma: Ancient Sculpture in Color

Modern technology and ancient sculpture meet to uncover the art of ancient polychromy in the Greek and Roman galleries at the Met

1 Jul 2022
Compound, (2015) Tony Cragg (b. 1949). Photo: Francesco Allegretto; © Tony Cragg / Bildrecht, Wien 2022

Tony Cragg. Sculpture: Body and Soul

The Albertina Museum presents the impressive and diverse work of Tony Cragg in the form of more than 20 of his sculptures

1 Jul 2022

Anatomy: A Matter of Death and Life

The National Museum of Scotland looks back on more 500 years of medical history to determine the effect of anatomical study on society

1 Jul 2022
Stop Playing with My Face! (2016), Rashaad Newsome. Courtesy Rashaad Newsome Studio and Jessica Silverman, San Francisco

In the Black Fantastic

A group exhibition at the Hayward in London exploring the many faces of Afrofuturism

23 Jun 2022
Landscape with the Palace at Caserta (1793), Jacob Phillipp Hackert (1737–1807). Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza, Madrid

Fragments of Paradise

The palatial Reggio di Caserta in the south of Italy explores the history of its gardens through more than 200 paintings, sculptures and objets d’art

23 Jun 2022
Georgia O'Keeffe with Camera (1958), Todd Webb. © Todd Webb Archive, USA

Georgia O’Keeffe: Photographer

The Denver Art Museum reveals another side to the modernist painter through her photographs

23 Jun 2022
Accessory box with sea cormorant design (1938), Rokkaku Daijō. Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam

Modern Japanese Lacquer: The Best of Japanese Culture

The Rijksmuseum looks at the transformations the traditional art form underwent in the 20th century

23 Jun 2022
Luana Vitra, photographed by Bruno Vilela

The Show is Over

The South London Gallery brings together works by 14 artists to reflect on the end of the world

17 Jun 2022
Technology/Transformation: Wonder Woman. (1978–9), Dara Birnbaum (b. 1946). Courtesy Marian Goodman Gallery, New York

Dara Birnbaum: Reaction

The Hessel Museum takes a look at Dara Birnbaum’s long-standing fascination with popular culture

17 Jun 2022
Marriage-Diptych of Johannes Cuspinian and Anna Cuspinian-Putsch (1502–3), Lucas Cranach the Elder (1472–1553). © Sammlung Oskar Reinhart 'Am Römerholz', Winterthur

Cranach the Untamed: The Early Years in Vienna

Early sketches and paintings from the artist’s time in the city are on show at the Kunsthistorisches Museum

17 Jun 2022
The Waiting Maid Sprang Down First and Maid Maleen Followed (1917), Arthur Rackham (1867–1939). Charles E. Young Research Library, UCLA

Fantasy of the Middle Ages

The Getty Center in Los Angeles explores how the Middle Ages have influenced everything from Harry Potter to Game of Thrones

17 Jun 2022

Rodin in the United States: Confronting the Modern

The Clark Art Institute explores how the French sculptor’s reception among American collectors and critics has shifted over the decades

9 Jun 2022
Sunset over the Campi Flegrei looking towards the Islands Prócida and Ischia (1819), Joseph Rebell. © Belvedere, Vienna

Joseph Rebell

The Belvedere pays homage to the German-Austrian painter with a knack for capturing sunlight over the mountains of southern Italy

9 Jun 2022
The Fair at Hoboken (1559), Pieter Bruegel the Elder. © The Courtauld

Traces: Renaissance Drawings for Flemish Prints

The Courtauld shines a light on the work of draughtsmen who helped to transform the 16th century Flemish print trade

9 Jun 2022
Danny Huston as Albert Barnes on the set of Once Again...(Statues Never Die) (still; 2022), Isaac Julien. © Isaac Julien

Isaac Julien: Once Again… (Statues Never Die)

The artist’s five-screen installation explores the legacy of Albert C. Barnes to mark the centenary of the Barnes Foundation in Philadelphia

9 Jun 2022

Janine Burrows: Table to Tide: A Yorkshire Conversation

The Yorkshire Sculpture Park presents the local artist’s depictions of everything from her back garden to the Whitby coastline

2 Jun 2022

Picasso – El Greco

The Kunstmuseum Basel explores the modernist’s long-standing obsession with the Old Master

2 Jun 2022

Kimono Style: The John C. Weber Collection

The Met presents a look at the evolution of the kimono from the late Edo period through to the early 20th century

2 Jun 2022
Pan Amicus (detail of video still; 2021), Tacita Dean. Courtesy Marian Goodman Gallery, New York/Paris/Frith Street Gallery, London; © 2021 Tacita Dean

Tacita Dean

The artist presents two works inspired by the sites and collections of the Getty Center in Los Angeles

2 Jun 2022

Platinum Jubilee events round-up

Apollo presents a few of the best events and exhibitions put on in honour the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee

1 Jun 2022
Cuando se queden solos y un poco de lluvia (c. 2009–10), Nestor Sanmiguel Diest (b. 1949). Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia, Madrid

Néstor Sanmiguel Diest: The Vicissitudes of the Automaton

This show in Madrid highlights the Spanish artist’s long-standing interest in the relationship between image and text

27 May 2022

Lost Murals of Renaissance Rome

The Getty Center in Los Angeles explores the lost frescoes of Renaissance Rome through the artworks they inspired

26 May 2022