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October 18, 2020May 16, 2021
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
The exhibition uniquely positions the iconic artist among a community of peers who were also at the forefront of post-graffiti, a transformative moment in American art.
October 2, 2020May 30, 2021
The Morgan Library and Museum
David Hockney is one of the most internationally respected and renowned artists alive today. This exhibition will be the first to focus on his portraits on paper and one of very few exhibitions to investigate his drawing practice
February 23, 2021May 30, 2021
Chrysler Museum of Art
Created just before World War I, In Exaltation of Flowers was Edward Steichen's most ambitious achievement in that medium.
February 4, 2021May 30, 2021
Museum of Imperial Forums
The French occupation of Rome is the subject of a new exhibition in the city—Napoleon and the Myth of Rome (curated by Claudio Parisi Presicce, Massimiliano Munzi, Simone Pastor, and Nicoletta Bernacchio).
March 3, 2021May 31, 2021
The National Museum of Women in the Arts
The National Museum of Women in the Arts presents Sonya Clark: Tatter, Bristle, and Mend, a mid-career survey exhibition of works by textile and social practice artist Sonya Clark.
May 7, 2021May 31, 2021
The National Museum of African American History and Culture’s May programming features a special conversation on the landmark African Burial Ground project that revealed a greater history behind sl
May 14, 2021June 1, 2021
The National Gallery of Art
The National Gallery of Art, Washington, announced that the West Building will reopen to the public on Friday, May 14. Daily hours will be 11:00 a.m.
January 27, 2021June 6, 2021
The New Museum
The exhibition brings together works that address black grief as a national emergency in the face of a politically orchestrated white grievance.
November 19, 2020June 15, 2021
The Hermitage Amsterdam
The Hermitage Amsterdam reopened with a brand new exhibition, Tsars and Knights: The Romanovs’ Love Affair with the Middle Ages.
December 15, 2020June 27, 2021
Tate Liverpool
Influenced by the Mexican mural movement and its depiction of social history, Nisenbaum creates paintings that often focus on different members of a community and with the current global health crisis in mind will focus on NHS staff from Merseyside hospitals for her new commission.