Will Maclean: Points of Departure

The Scottish artist’s love of the Highlands is plain to see in many of the works on display at the City Art Centre in Edinburgh

26 May 2022

Mondrian Evolution

The Fondation Beyeler reveals Mondrian’s fondness for windmills, dunes and seascapes in its survey marking the 150th anniversary of the artist’s birth

26 May 2022
(1892), Edvard Munch. KODE Bergen Art Museum

Edvard Munch: Masterpieces from Bergen

The Courtauld Gallery presents a selection of masterpieces assembled by one of the Norwegian painter’s earliest collectors

20 May 2022
Sotheby’s Oliver Barker fields bids during the second Macklowe collection sale on 16 May 2022. Courtesy Sotheby's.

The week in art news – Macklowe collection sells for record-breaking $922m

Plus: Angus Grossart has died at the age of 85 | Brazilian curator resigns amid MASP controversy | Protest takes place outside the Whitney | Ukrainian soldiers discover ancient artefacts in Odessa

20 May 2022
Bird finial, early Zenú (200 BC–1000 CE). Colombia Caribbean Lowlands. Museo del Oro, Banco de la Repúblic, Bogotá

The Portable Universe: Thought and Splendor of Indigenous Colombia

LACMA explores the enduring relevance of ancient Colombian cultures and art for Indigenous cultures today

20 May 2022
(detail; 1973) Dorothy Iannone. Berlinische Galeries - Museum for Modern Art, Photography and Architecture. Photo: Anja Elisabeth Witte/Berlinische Galerie; © Dorothy Iannone

Dorothy Iannone

The American artist’s riotously sexual, psychedelic works go on display at the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art

20 May 2022
(1957), Imogen Cunningham. Courtesy David Zwirner; © 2022 Imogen Cunningham Trust/2021 Ruth Asawa Lanier, Inc./ARS, NY and DACS, London.

Ruth Asawa: Citizen of the Universe

Modern Art Oxford looks at the origins of the artist’s signature hanging sculptures

20 May 2022
Sofia Garcia

The Apollo Awards podcast: Sofia Garcia on the NFT market

The founder of digital gallery ARTXCODE speaks to Gabrielle Schwarz about different types of NFT and the role of the curator within the digital space

19 May 2022
Glass Life (detail; 2021), Sara Cwynar. The Approach, London and Foxy Production, New York; © Sara Cwynar

Give and Take: Photos upon Photos

The Hamburger Kunsthalle looks at 20 contemporary artists who incorporate archival materials into their work

13 May 2022

This week in art news – Warhol’s Blue Marilyn sells for $195m

Plus: Deane Lawson wins Deutsche Börse Photography Foundation Prize | Art Fund announces Museum of the Year shortlist | Mexico’s National Institute of Anthropology discovers Aztec dwelling

13 May 2022

Cornelia Parker

The sculptor’s fantastical installations made from mundane things are celebrated in this retrospective at Tate Britain

13 May 2022
(detail; c. 1875), Paul Cézanne.


A blockbuster in Chicago explores every facet of the post-Impressionist’s career

13 May 2022

Feminine Power: The Divine to the Demonic

The British Museum explores 5,000 years of cultural conceptions about women

13 May 2022
Sekretärin beim Westdeutschen Rundfunk in Köln (detail; 1931), August Sander.

New Objectivity

August Sander’s ‘People of the 20th Century’ project seems as modern as ever – as does so much of the art of the Neue Sachlichkeit movement

7 May 2022

Magali Reus: A Sentence in Soil

The London-based sculptor continues to put her personal stamp upon mass-produced objects

7 May 2022
Glyn Philpot Acrobats

Glyn Philpot: Flesh and Spirit

Philpot was fêted as a society painter in his own day, but Pallant House focuses on his more radical side

7 May 2022

Age of Armor: Treasures from the Higgins Collection at the Worcester Art Museum

Two of the most important collections of armour in the United States join forces in Denver

7 May 2022

Matisse: The Red Studio

For this exhibition MoMA has tracked down the objects and artworks depicted in the artist’s famous painting of his studio

28 Apr 2022
Die Parze Lachesis (detail; c. 1730), Rosalba Carriera. Courtesy Bavarian State Painting Collections

Vive le Pastel!

The Alte Pinakothek shows off the Bavarian State Painting Collection’s impressive collections of pastel paintings

28 Apr 2022

Chairs! Dieckmann! The Forgotten Bauhaus Master

A show in Berlin asks us to regard the furniture designer as highly as his better-known Bauhaus contemporaries

28 Apr 2022

True to Nature: Open-air Painting In Europe 1780–1870

The Fitzwilliam Museum reveals the relationship between the rise of plein-air painting and developments in the natural sciences

28 Apr 2022

Mayor of Paris orders investigation into harassment cases at city’s museums

Plus: Vlodomyr Zelensky addresses the Venice Biennale | Hermann Nitsch has died at the age of 83 (1938–2022)

22 Apr 2022

Philip Guston Now

The postponed exhibition of the works of Philip Guston at the MFA Boston finally opens this Sunday

22 Apr 2022

Nina Canell

The Swedish sculptor fills the Berlinische Galerie with works made out of unusual and uncanny materials

22 Apr 2022