Donatello, the Renaissance

An unprecedented – and probably never to be repeated – exploration of the quattrocento master arrives in Florence

11 Mar 2022
Reclining female figure (detail), Parmigianino.

The Art of Experiment: Parmigianino

A show of prints and drawings at the Courtauld in London gives an insight into the working methods of the artist known as Raphael’s heir

11 Mar 2022
Propagazione (detail; 2013), Giuseppe Penone.

Propagazioni: Giuseppe Penone at Sèvres

The Arte Povera pioneer’s first experiments in porcelain go on display at the Frick in New York

11 Mar 2022
View for an engraving of the Colosseum, Rome (c. 1550), Hieronymus Cock, after the cricle of Domenico Ghirlandaio.

Hidden Masterpieces

A rare chance to see highlights from John Soane’s vast collection of drawings in London

4 Mar 2022
Little Fox River (1942), Milton Avery. Neuberger Museum of Art, Purchase College, State University of New York.

Milton Avery

The Wadsworth Atheneum shows that the American painter’s subtlety of line and originality of palette set him apart from his peers

4 Mar 2022
Woman with a Fan

Renoir: Rococo Revival

The Städel Museum explores the Impressionist’s debt to the paintings of Watteau and Fragonard

4 Mar 2022
«GBRÉ=GBLÉ» N° 118 from Alphabet Bété (1991), Frédéric Bruly Bouabré

Frédéric Bruly Bouabré: World Unbound

The Ivorian artist and inventor of the first writing system for the Bété people is celebrated in a show at MoMA

4 Mar 2022
Trajal Harrell. Photo: Diana Pfammatter

Trajal Harrell

The American choreographer presents three projects in his residency at the Kunsthalle Zürich

25 Feb 2022
Production image for ‘Rachel Jones: say cheeeeese’ (2021). Commissioned and produced by Chisenhale Gallery; courtesy the artist

Rachel Jones: say cheeeeese

The artist pursues her interest in teeth and the mouths that contain them at the Chisenhale in London

25 Feb 2022
Camille Norment. Photo: Marto Busco

Camille Norment

The artist, who explores sound as a metaphor for social discord, is taking over Dia’s two galleries in Chelsea, New York

25 Feb 2022
Still Life (detail; 1970), Jean-Frédéric Schnyder. © Jean-Frédéric Schnyder

Jean-Frédéric Schnyder

The Kunsthalle Bern pays homage to the Swiss painter best known for his crisp still lifes

25 Feb 2022
The Blue Room (detail; 1901), Pablo Picasso.

Picasso: Painting the Blue Period

The Phillips Collection shines a light on the artist’s early years in Paris and Barcelona

18 Feb 2022
Märtha Gahn(1920), Greta Fahlcrantz-Lindberg.

Swedish Grace

The Nationalmuseum in Stockholm explores how the Roaring Twenties played out in Sweden

18 Feb 2022
Head of the Apollo Belvedere, Rendered Anatomically (1812), Nikolaj Utkin after Jean-Galbert Salvage. Getty Research Institute, Los Angeles

Flesh and Bones: The Art of Anatomy

A show at the Getty makes it clear that anatomical illustration has always toed a fine line between art and science

18 Feb 2022
Saint Mary Magdalene, Carlo Crivelli (detail)

Carlo Crivelli: Shadows on the Sky

The quattrocento master who delighted in visual trickery finally gets his first solo show in the UK

18 Feb 2022
Allegory of the Revolution in Nantes (c. 1789-90), Jacques Louis David.

Jacques-Louis David: Radical Draftsman

The Met shines a light on the artist’s meticulous preparatory drawings for his revolutionary paintings

11 Feb 2022
American People Series #18: The Flag Is Bleeding (detail; 1967), Faith Ringgold.

Faith Ringgold: American People

The pioneering artist and activist gets her first major museum retrospective at the New Museum in New York

11 Feb 2022
Bronze Age sun pendant (1000-800 BC). British Museum.

The world of Stonehenge

The British Museum shines a light on the mysteries surrounding the famous stone circle and the society that built it

11 Feb 2022
Nachtfahrt in der Lagune (detail; 1857), Joseph Carl Berthold Püttner.

Viva Venezia! The Invention of Venice in the 19th Century

The Belvedere in Vienna explores how Austrian artists were drawn to the charms of La Serenissima under Habsburg rule

11 Feb 2022
Poster with inscription 'Perlawanan seluruh rakjat pokok kemenang revolusi', (detail; 1945-49). Museum Bronbeek.

Revolusi! Indonesia Independent

The Rijksmuseum shines a light on the heady years of the Indonesian revolution in the 1940s

4 Feb 2022
Portrait of a Man Wearing a Laurel Wreath (early to mid–2nd century).

Life and Afterlife in Ancient Egypt

New galleries at the Art Institute of Chicago span more than 3,000 years of art in Egypt

4 Feb 2022
Derich Born (detail; 1533), Hans Holbein the Younger. Royal Collection Trust.

Holbein: Capturing Character

The Morgan hosts this wide-ranging survey of the German Renaissance Master

4 Feb 2022

Audubon’s Birds of America

The National Museum of Scotland looks at the life of this American naturalist who transformed ornithological illustration

4 Feb 2022
Photograph of Ladi Kwali taken by W.A. Ismay. Image courtesy of York Museums Trust (York Art Gallery)

Body Vessel Clay: Black Women, Ceramics and Contemporary Art

This survey in London explores how six artists have reimagined the art of ceramics over the last 70 years

27 Jan 2022