#exhibition review

Yoshida Hiroshi, Kumoi Cherry Trees, 1926. Review

Yoshida: Three Generations of Japanese Printmaking at Dulwich Picture Gallery

Dulwich Picture Gallery is a gallery based in Dulwich Village, London, UK, and the first purpose-built public art gallery. This Summer it opens its...

Ruxi Rusu 8 July 2024

Review

Making Her Mark: A History of Women Artists on View in Toronto

Featuring a who’s who of DailyArt favorites, from Artemisia Gentileschi to Sofonisba Anguissola to Rachel Ruysch, Making Her Mark: A History of...

Bec Brownstone 1 July 2024

Review

Georgia O’Keeffe: My New Yorks at the Art Institute of Chicago

When thinking of Georgia O’Keeffe, many would have the image of her breathtaking renderings of nature. Did you know that she also made a series of...

Aniela Rybak-Vaganay 27 June 2024

Scrimshaw, William H. Acorn, Wiscasset of Wiscasset tooth, 1836. Sperm whale tooth, NBWM, USA Interview

Stunning Scrimshaw: Carving Art from the Whaling World

The New Bedford Whaling Museum has started a fascinating conversation about the place of scrimshaw in art history, showcasing a global community of artists in their new exhibition.

Candy Bedworth 13 June 2024

Nan Goldin, Self-portrait with eyes turned inward, Boston, 1989. © Nan Goldin. Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, Netherlands. Review

This Will Not End Well by Nan Goldin: The International Tour

In her latest solo exhibition, American photographer Nan Goldin immerses viewers in the intimate highs and lows of the human experience—not as...

Emily Snow 3 June 2024

Review

Victorian Radicals at Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery

Pre-Raphaelitism comes to the UK’s second city, with the first major exhibition at Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery in four years. Victorian...

Catriona Miller 3 June 2024

Marina Abramović, Four Crosses: The Evil (positive), 2019 (detail). Courtesy of the Marina Abramović Archives. © Marina Abramović Contemporary Art

Marina Abramović at Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam

This spring, the Stedelijk Museum, one of Amsterdam’s leading art institutions, opened the most extensive retrospective of Marina Ambarović...

Nicole Ganbold 27 May 2024

News

Splendor and Misery: New Objectivity at the Leopold Museum in Vienna

Within a plethora of avant-garde movements in the Western art of the 20th century, New Objectivity stands unique as one of the few using realist...

Szymon Jocek 20 May 2024

Review

Icelandic Artist Hallgrímur Helgason—Group Portrait of the Self

The Icelandic artist and author Hallgrímur Helgason is well known and loved worldwide. Now he is showing his latest paintings in Copenhagen. The...

Theresa Kohlbeck Jakobsen 29 April 2024

Contemporary Art

10 Must-Visit Pavilions at the 2024 Venice Biennale

The Venice Biennale is one of the most prestigious art events globally. Here are our top 10 national pavilions to visit for the 2024...

Carlotta Mazzoli 29 April 2024

Review

Yoko Ono at Tate Modern: A Trailblazer of Conceptual and Participatory Art

Music of the Mind, on view at the Tate Modern in London until the 1st of September, is a celebratory career retrospective of the work of Yoko Ono.

Guest Profile 15 April 2024

Photography

Exhibition Review: Accidentally Wes Anderson

Journey around the entire world through an array of vividly colourful photographical lenses at the Accidentally Wes Anderson exhibition in the heart...

Isabella Wilkinson 18 March 2024