Thu 8 Mar - Sun 9 Sept
Previously shown in Paris under the name Picasso 1932, année érotique, this acclaimed exhibition is celebrating one of Picasso's most intensely creative year, gathering more than 100 paintings,sculptures and drawings, inspired by his lover Marie-Thérèse Walte
Mon 9 Apr - Sun 29 Jul
There’s never been a single exhibition looking at Monet’s career through the buildings he painted: in Normandy, in Rouen, in Paris, London, and Venice. Monet painted the architecture of his time : modern, historic, simple and grand.
Thu 26 Apr - Sun 29 Jul
One hundred years after his death, see a selection of Rodin's works in a new light. For the first time, Rodin's sculptures are shown alongside some of the Parthenon sculptures that the artist so admired, as well as selected objects from his own collection.
Thu 10 May - Sun 7 Oct
Conceived and co-curated with Monsieur Alaïa before his death in November 2017, the exhibition charts his incredible journey from sculptor to couturier, his nonconformist nature and his infectious energy for fashion, friendship and the female body.
Thu 10 May - Sun 30 Sept
This immersive and playful exhibition explores the unique imagination of the co-creator of the Astérix and Lucky Luke comics. Goscinny’s story is brought to life through rare scripts, storyboards, tools, photographs, films, sketches and a little wild boar.
Talks, Visual Arts
Fri 25 May - Sun 30 Sept
This exhibition is focusing on contemporary and 20th century artists, including Marguerite Humeau, and explores artists’ reflections on the relationship between humans and animals at a time when humans may be causing the sixth mass extinction on Earth.
Tue 5 Jun - Sun 23 Sept
Marking the centenary of the end of World War One, this fascinating and moving exhibition looks at how artists responded to the physical and psychological scars left on Europe.
14-18, Visual Arts
Mon 18 Jun - Sun 7 Oct
Featuring over 50 artworks, this is the most comprehensive Yves Klein exhibition in the UK to date. Visitors can explore the wide-ranging practices of this visionary artist, including paintings, sculptures and large-scale installations.
Sat 23 Jun - Wed 15 Aug
In front of Trinity House - London
Created by the French artist and engineer Milène Guermont, Pyramidion Twin is an interactive sculpture of golden metal & light measuring 4 m in height.Thanks to its connected cardiac sensors, the luminous pyramid will light up to your own heartbeat! As part of the London Festival of Architecture.
Thu 28 Jun - Sun 21 Oct
National Portrait Gallery
Curated by Dr Nicholas Cullinan - Director of the National Portrait Gallery - this landmark exhibition explores the influence of Michael Jackson on some of the leading names in contemporary art, spanning several generations of artists across all media.
Contemporary Music, Films & TV, Visual Arts
Sat 14 Jul - Sun 28 Oct
FACT - Liverpool
Bourouissa’s artworks explore power relations, displays of masculinity and societal tensions. For Liverpool Biennial, Mohamed Bourouissa created a film and a community garden inspired by a garden made by a patient of the psychoanalyst Frantz Fanon in Algeria.
Thu 26 Jul - Sun 7 Oct
This exhibition of European artist films, sound art and poetry in translation is the result of a journey undertaken by two poems about ‘home’ by Deryn Rees-Jones (UK) and Rafał Gawin (Poland). It will include an additional artwork by French artist Elise Aru.
Talks, Visual Arts
Sat 8 Sept - Sun 24 Mar
National Portrait Gallery
This exhibition celebrating creative women revisits key portraits from Magnus including artists Liliane Lijn and Glenys Barton, authors Marina Warner and Margaret Drabble, actresses Glenda Jackson and Judi Dench or Nadine Gordimer.
Sat 15 Sept - Sun 20 Jan
Royal Academy of Arts
From The Shard in London to the Pompidou Centre in Paris, the buildings of Renzo Piano have enriched cities across the globe. This exhibition reveals the vision and invention behind his pioneering work, showing how architecture can touch the human spirit.
Fri 21 Sept - Sun 31 Mar
Ulla von Brandenburg takes previous Whitechapel Gallery exhibition Sweets (1973) as inspiration for this new commission. Von Brandenburg re-enacts this show with local children in a new immersive and colourful seating structure.
Fri 28 Sept - Sat 24 Nov
For his first UK exhibition, Soufiane Ababri confronts themes of homophobia and racism in order to dismantle mechanisms of domination — from post-colonialist to patriarchal power structures — while aiming to thwart oppressive social dynamics.
Wed 17 Oct - Sun 20 Jan
This exhibition traces the development of Impressionist and Post-Impressionist paintings through a selection of over forty masterpieces from the collection of the Courtauld Gallery, including famous works by Cézanne, Toulouse-Lautrec, Renoir, Manet and Seurat.