Newfields, Indianapolis, IN – April – May 2018
Be reminded that Nature is Art at the Indianapolis Museum of Art with the return of the spring flowers to the campus. The added sunshine of the day allowing you to take in the full sense of colour and warmth that spring brings.
The National Gallery, Sainsbury Wing, London, UK – 9 April – 29 July 2018
An unusual way to look at Monet’s work: the architectural perspective. More than 75 paintings by Monet, together for the very first time to explore this side of the Impressionist Master.
Phoenix Art Museum, Asian Gallery, Phoenix, AZ – 6 April – 2 December 2018
This collection of these modern ceramics pulls together the traditional Japanese emphasis on nature and its simplicity and the more modern innovation of clay work. All work together to give a new look at the aesthetics of Japanese ceramics.
Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, New York, NY -13 April – 22 July 2018
With over 120 artists featured in this exhibition you are likely to find a work that appeals to you. As the first extensive exhibition to cover the artistic voices of women in Latin American art between 1960 and 1985, this show brings the focus to various political and social conditions that are critical to the shape of these women as both people and artists.
Museum of Fine Arts Boston, Bernard and Barbara Stern Shapiro, Boston, MA – April 2018 – 10 March 2019
Take a step back to when the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston first opened its doors with various Native American Artworks held in the museum’s collection. Collecting stories will illuminate part of the historical and political contexts surrounding the very early development of the Museum of Fine Arts’ collection.
Southbank Centre, Royal Festival Hall Exhibition Space, London, UK – 20 March – 29 April 2018
An immersive musical journey through 9 rooms exploring the music, lyrics and lives of the unforgettable ABBA.
London Transport Museum, London, UK –
A powerful exhibition that shines a spotlight on female graphic designers and reveals the contribution they have made to poster design over the last 100 years. Over 150 posters and original artworks on display to recognise some of these forgotten design heroines and their works.
Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, PA – 18 April – 3 September 2018
Over the course of the early 20th century there was rapid change socially, technologically and artistically. Modern Times attempts to capture this change and the breakthrough of artists such as Charles Sheeler and Florine Stettheimer as they found their own style.
Louisiana Museum Of Modern Art, Copenhagen, DK – until the 27 may 2018
With more than 160 pieces this is the first major exhibition in Scandinavia to focus on a late, fortunate and highly imaginative part of Picasso’s work. One of the top exhibitions to see for 2018, according to the New York Times, this presentation of Picasso’s original ceramics marks the beginning of Louisiana’s 60th anniversary year.
Art institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL – 20 April – 3 September 2018
The self-titled exhibition The Romance of a New Medium, show cases the lesser known works of Helen Frankenthaler. The artist prints showing the same brilliant vibrancy of colour for which she is known for with her canvas works.
Indianapolis Museum of Art, Indianapolis, IN – 20 April 2018 – 6 January 2019
The eccentric and flamboyant hats of “Chicago’s Mad Hatter” are a marvel to see, with each being decorated in its own unique and wonderful way. Being topped with a variety of everyday items these decorative objects are a notable rarity with this being the first display of many.
Munch Museum, Oslo, Norway – Until the 22 April 2018
A rare opportunity to be acquainted with the outstanding graphic works of Paul Gauguin and Edvard Munch.
Artipelag, Stockholm-Gustavsberg, Sweden – Until the 30 September 2018
During the summer of 2018, the first exhibition in Sweden is held of the radical and boundary-breaking Bloomsbury Group. The group was active in Great Britain during the beginning of the 20th century and included amongst others Virginia Woolf, Dora Carrington, Duncan Grant and Vanessa Bell.