Tim Marlow’s Must-See Museum Shows: October
This month, Tim Marlow, artistic director of the Royal Academy of Arts, London, chooses his must-see exhibitions from the British Museum, Musée d'Art Moderne, Met Breuer and Philadelphia Museum.
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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
Bacon–Giacometti at Fondation Beyeler
A new exhibition presents parallels between Francis Bacon and Alberto Giacometti, two extraordinary titans of Modern art, and considers their relationship as friends and rivals. For more of Tim Marlow’s must-see April exhibitions, visit Sotheby’s Mus
James Cook: The Voyages at the British Library
Marking 250 years since the Endeavour set sail from Plymouth, the British Library will present a major exhibition on Captain Jame Cook’s 18th century expeditions that mapped the Pacific, New Zealand and Australia and radically changed western percept
Tim Marlow’s Must-See Museum Shows: Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination at the Metropolitan Museum of Art
The Met is dressing for a blessing with a new show exploring fashion’s engagment with the devotional practices and traditions of Catholicism. The much-anticiapted presentation from the Costume Institute will present ecclessiastical masterworks from t
Tim Marlow’s Must-See Museum Shows: April 2018
This month, mark your calendar for lively exhibitions focused on football and contemporary art, Francis Bacon’s and Alberto Giacometti’s mutual influences and friendly rivalry, as well as the daring multimedia work of Raqs Media Collective, among oth
Tim Marlow’s Must-See Museum Shows: Tacita Dean in London
A collaboration between three major British institutions present three distinct exhibitions by Tacita Dean, addressing genres traditionally associated with painting: Portrait, Still Life and Landscape.