Best Art Exhibitions To See This Autumn

Kooness - 27 Sep 2017

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The summer is over and the new art season is officially open. Look at our suggestions for this fall around Europe! From Rome to Brussels.

 

 Pablo Picasso. Sipario per il balletto “Parade”, 1917. Tempera su tela,1050 x 1640 cm. Musée National d'Art Moderne. Centre Georges Pompidou, Parigi. © Succession Picasso, by SIAE 2017

Pablo Picasso at Scuderie del Quirinale, Rome
Until 21 January 2018

 100 of his masterpieces. This show focuses on how the artist’s experiences in Italy influenced Pablo Picasso, showcasing works of different styles including realism, collage and still life.

 

 

“Joan Miró: Materiality and Metamorphosis”, curated by Robert Lubar Messeri

Joan Mirò at Palácio Nacional da Ajuda, Lisbon
Until 8 January 2018

This expansive exhibition of the colourful work of Catalan artist Joan Miró charts nearly his whole career, with 85 works ranging from drawing to tapestry.

 

 

Anni Albers in her weaving studio at Black Mountain College, 1937 Photograph by Helen M. Post Courtesy of The Josef and Anni Albers Foundation, Bethany, Connecticut.

Anni Albers at Guggenheim Bilbao
September 30-14 January 2018

This solo show focuses on her work when she was living in North Carolina (from 1925 to the late 1970s). 

 

 

Marc Chagall: Der Viehändler (1912), Kunstmuseum Basel, Foto: Martin P. Bühler

Chagall at Kunstmuseum Basel
Until 21 January 2018

 Exhibition dedicated to Marc Chagall’s early work.

 

 

Il Cinquecento a Firenze. Tra Michelangelo, Pontormo e Giambologna

From Michelangelo and Pontormo to Giambologna at Palazzo Strozzi, Florence
Until 21 January 2018

This exhibition explores “an era of outstanding cultural and intellectual talent”, with more than 70 works from 16th-century Florence.

 

 

William Kentridge in Salzburg

William Kentridge at Museum der Moderne, Salzburg
Until 5 November 2017

 Kentridge’s work tackles themes ranging from revolution and colonialism to loneliness and comic tragedy.

 

 

René Magritte, The Treachery of Images (This is Not a Pipe), 1929, Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA), purchased with funds provided by the Mr. and Mrs. William Preston Harrison Collection © 2017, Succession Magritte c/o SABAM

Magritte at Musée Modern Museum, Brussels
13 October-18 February 2018

In the city where René Magritte lived and died, this exhibition of the Belgian surrealist looks at the ongoing influence he had on contemporary art.

 

 

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