Tim Marlow’s Must-See Museum Shows: May 2018
In our guide to this month’s museum shows, Tim Marlow previews the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s much-awaited Costume Institute exhibition, the thought-provoking work of conceptual artist Giuseppe Penone, the Venice Architecture Biennale and more.
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Tim Marlow’s Must-See Museum Shows: In the Fields of Empty Days at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art
The Los Angeles County Museum of Art will explore ways in which Iranian artists have used and continue to use country’s rich and complex history as a metaphor for the now, in an exhibition that considers identity, politics, faith, history and cultur
Tim Marlow’s Must-See Museum Shows: The 16th Venice Architecture Biennale
Participants in this year’s Venice Architecture Biennale, the world’s greatest exhibition and celebration of architecture, will focus on the question of space – part of this year’s theme of ‘Freespace’ chosen by curators Yvonne Farrell and Shelley Mc
Tim Marlow's Must-See Museum Shows: June 2018
Exhibitions devoted to the “King of Pop,” Russian Dada, Theaster Gates and more top Tim Marlow’s list of what to visit this month.
Tim Marlow’s Must-See June Museum Shows: Russian Dada 1914–1924 at the Reina Sofía
The Reina Sofía will present the first major exhibition to explore the Dadaist sensibilities of Russian avant-garde artists. Extravagant performances, anti-war campaigns, a rejection of classical art and an innovative way of fusing the visual and the
Tim Marlow’s Must-See Museum Shows: Giuseppe Penone: A Tree in the Wood at Yorkshire Sculpture Park
Works drawn from five decades of Giuseppe Penone’s conceptual practice will reveal his thoughtful investigation of the boundaries between humans and nature. His acacia thorn canvases and monumental tree sculpture are among some of the works that will
Tim Marlow’s Must-See June Museum Shows: Michael Jackson: On the Wall at the National Portrait Gallery
This summer, Michael Jackson would have turned 60, and a new exhibition plans to offer a fresh look at the “King of Pop” through the work of contemporary artists that he has inspired.