Exhibitions

Peggy Guggenheim's time in Petersfield before she purchased her Venice palazzo

Before becoming an art collector extraordinaire, Peggy Guggenheim lived for five transformational years in the deepest Hampshire countryside

The Week in Art podcast | Art Basel: fireworks and nuance, Lynn Barber on her artist interviews, Guillaume Lethière at the Clark

We find out what this year's fair says about the state of the art market. Plus, the veteran journalist Lynn Barber tells us about her encounters with artists and we discover a forgotten master of Neo-Classical art

US museums postpone Kehinde Wiley shows following series of sexual assault allegations against the artist

Exhibitions of the artist's work at museums in Florida, Minnesota and Nebraska have been postponed

Glasgow International has no title—but it certainly has a point

While there is no overarching theme, works dealing with the impact of conflict and the legacy of colonialism dominate the tenth edition of the city-wide event this year

Exiled Russian artist reflects on the impact of war on his hometown in Peckham show

Pavel Otdelnov's show at the Old Waiting Room in south London aims to “discover the origins of the catastrophe unfolding before our eyes today”

Andreas Mühe makes wartime bunkers all soft and cuddly for his latest show

The German artist's exhibition at the Kunsthaus Dahlem is a playground with a poignant message

Four must-see exhibitions during Art Basel

From Precious Okoyomon's nightmarish animatronic bear to a global survey of Black figurative painting, sci-fi chairs and Dan Flavin

We must survive: Yokohama Triennale entwines stories of darkness and resistance

“Even though we are confronted with situations of hopelessness, resilience is our kind of hope,” say Chinese curators Carol Yinghua Lu and Liu Ding

A canny couple: Amsterdam’s former mayor and his wife identified as sitters in Frans Hals portraits

Fresh research has revealed how the prestigious pair seized the moment to ensure their likeness was painted by the great Dutch artist

Tatenews

Leigh Bowery, Emily Kam Kngwarray and Lee Miller—Tate reveals its 2025 exhibition programme

A blockbuster show focused on Turner and Constable plus a vast survey of Nigerian modernism are also in the pipeline

Beyond war: photographer captures everyday Palestinian life

Adam Rouhana wants to challenge stereotypical perceptions of the war-torn country in two London shows

Marlborough Gallery ends historic run with gloriously unhinged Martin Eder show

For anyone who ever wondered what Dolores Umbridge’s 2004 MySpace page might have looked like, Eder has the answer

Kiki Kogelnik: the 'secret' Austrian Pop artist who made out-of-this-world art

An exhibition at Pace in London wants to introduce an international audience to the artist's multi-faceted output, which drew on sci-fi, space exploration and consumer society

London Gallery Weekend 2024: the best shows for photography fans

Through sculpture, algorithms and alternative gazes, the medium is reimagined at this year's edition of the city-wide event

London Gallery Weekend 2024: our critics pick their top shows

As 130 galleries take part in this year's fourth edition of the event, Ben Luke and Louisa Buck roundup some of their exhibition highlights, from John Baldessari to Michaël Borremans, Nan Goldin to BLCKGEEZER

Queer art biennial launches in Detroit

Local non-profit Mighty Real/Queer Detroit has turned a citywide endeavour into a new queer art biennial

The Week in Art podcast | The Mona Lisa’s endless, and problematic, allure; Judy Chicago; and New Objectivity

We speak to the Leonardo da Vinci scholar, Martin Kemp, about the famous painting's potential move and the latest research on its background, to the US artist about her show at Serpentine North and to the director of the Leopold Museum in Vienna about Christian Schad’s 'Self-Portrait with Model' (1927)

George Grosz drawings, once at the heart of a protracted trial, acquired by Berlin’s Akademie der Künste

The German artist was charged with “publicly insulting the institutions of the Christian churches”

Late critic Guy Brett's Latin American collection goes on show at Alison Jacques in London

A trove of works by artists such as Lygia Clark and Hélio Oiticica has been consigned to the commercial gallery

James Barnor, pioneering Ghanaian-British photographer, to be celebrated on 95th birthday with wide-reaching festival

A series of events—spanning exhibitions, discussions, performances and more—will centre around Accra and Tamale, but some programming will extend across the country

Australia's richest woman Gina Rinehart at centre of portrait controversy

Mining magnate asked National Gallery of Australia to remove depiction by Aboriginal artist Vincent Namatjira

America as you've never seen it before: the Dutch settlement of New York from the Native American perspective

An exhibition at the Amsterdam Museum in the Netherlands marks 400 years since the colonisation of the city at the mouth of the Hudson River

Smoke, fire and livid sunsets: exhibition to show how Turner traced beginnings of climate breakdown

Works on view at the artist’s house in London will reveal the way he captured the early impact of the industrial revolution on the British landscape

Picasso, Giacometti and Bruce Nauman, three artists who ‘redefined sculpture’, to be shown together for first time in London

Exhibition at Gagosian aims to show the “correspondence or unity of material among the three of them,” says its curator

Palais de Tokyo patron row intensifies after French art world figures sign letter of support

Sandra Hegedüs, who withdrew funding for the Paris centre, responded to the letter, signed by Chris Dercon among others, in Instagram posts

Wouldn't it be nice to see The Beach Boys: new show goes behind the scenes of seminal 1960s band

Exhibition at Iconic Images Gallery includes rarely seen works by top photographers from the period, as well as childhood pictures

Letterscomment

Letter to the Editor | 'Your review of a Mumbai show is written through a Kiplinguesque East meets West lens'

Two academics analyse our review of 'Ancient Sculptures' at the Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya, which brought together sculptures from India with those from ancient Egypt, Greece, Rome, and Assyria

Photography festival fills Kyoto's stunning locations—from a kimono factory to a Tadao Ando building

Kyotographie is back for a 12th time, with shows that highlight the art of setting a scene

Diaryblog

Sit on a sponsor? Maybe after visiting a sweeping show of British still lifes

A sofa company is supporting a new exhibition of Modern and contemporary still lifes at Pallant House Gallery in Chichester, southern England

Ellsworth Kelly retrospective in Paris celebrates artist’s handling of shape, colour and feeling

The exhibition brings together more than 100 works spanning Kelly’s entire career—and highlights the importance of the viewer to his practice