Mostre d’arte 2018 in Europa e all’Estero: dove e quando?

Autoritratto con alchechengi, Egon Schiele,1912

Bellezza e abisso. Klimt. Schiele. Wagner. Moser

Wien, all around the city

All 2018

During the whole year, Wien is preparing itself to celebrate Modernism, 100 years after the death of the four main protagonists of this movement: Gustav Klimt, Egon Schiele, Otto Wagner and Koloman Moser, four artists who left an indelible imprint on Wien, in the early 1900s.

The Feast of Acheloüs, Peter Paul Rubens, ca. 1615

Anversa Barocca 2018. Rubens inspires

Antwerp, all accross the city

All 2018

Antwerp is the only city in the world to be so permeated in every respect by Peter Paul Rubens and his baroque legacy. “Antwerp Baroque 2018. Rubens inspires” is an opportunity to experience Rubens and baroque in many intense and unique ways.

Nude, Amedeo Modigliani, 1917


Tate Modern, Londra

23rd october 2017 – 02nd april 2018

La Tate Modern di Londra inaugura il 23 novembre la più grande e complessa retrospettiva sull’artista italiano partendo proprio dal periodo parigino. Accanito lavoratore, nonostante la sua breve vita stroncata a soli 35 anni da alcol, oppio e tubercolosi, ci ha lasciato un incredibile numero di tele e la Tate Modern, nella mostra che prende semplicemente il nome dell’artista stesso, “Modigliani”, raccoglie più di cento opere, molte delle quali mai esposte prima nel Regno Unito.

Almond Blossom Saint-Rémy-de-Provence,Vincent Van Gogh, 1890

Van Gogh & Japan   

Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam

23rd march – 24th June

In the spring and early summer of 2018, the Van Gogh Museum will present ‘Van Gogh & Japan’ – a major international exhibition on the influence of Japanese art on the work of Vincent van Gogh.


Les Hollandais à Paris, 1789-1914

Petit Palais, Paris

06th february – 13th may

From the tradition of flower painting to the aesthetic breaks of modernity, the exhibition, organized with the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam, highlights the rich artistic and friendly exchanges between the Dutch and French painters, from the reign of Napoleon until the dawn of the twentieth century.

La Barca di Dante, Eugène Delacroix, 1822

Eugène Delacroix (1798-1863)

Louvre, Parigi

29th march – 23th July

The exhibition will showcase the tensions that formed this artist, striving for individuality while driven by aspirations to follow in the footsteps of 16th- and 17th-century Flemish and Venetian artists. The installations and information provided will provide insight into his long, rife, and diverse career.


Le Bassin aux nymphéas sans saules. Reflets verts, Claude Monet, 1920/26

Nymphéas. L’abstraction américaine et le dernier Monet

Museo dell’Orangerie, Parigi

13th april – 20th august

The works of Pollock interact with the Water Lilies around a new notion of “abstract impressionism”. The Musée de l’Orangerie looks back on this decisive encounter between Monet’s late works and the famous school of abstract painters in New York: works by Jackson Pollock, Mark Rothko, Barnett Newman and Clyfford Still will be presented for this opportunity.

1.The Mirror, 2.Nude Green Leaves and Bust, 3.Nude in a Black Armchair, Pablo Picasso, 1932

Picasso 1932: Love, Fame, Tragedy

Tate Modern, Londra

3rd march – 09th september

This is the first ever solo Pablo Picasso exhibition at Tate Modern. It will bring you face-to-face with more than 100 paintings, sculptures and drawings, mixed with family photographs and rare glimpses into his personal life. The myths around Picasso will be stripped away to reveal the man and the artist in his full complexity and richness. You will see him as never before.

Mural, Shanghai, Vhils. Image Courtesy of Joao Moreira & Danysz Gallery, 2012

Art from the Street 

ArtScience Museum, Singapore

13th january – 03rd June

Artscience Museum presents an exhibition featuring nearly 200 works including on-site projects, paintings, installations, videos, archives and sketches from 50 of the world’s best known street artists such as Banksy, Shephard Fairey (aka OBEY), Futura, Seen, Space Invader, JR, and Vhils. Art from the Streets is the first major retrospective of street art ever shown in Southeast Asia. The exhibition traces the 40 years of this artistic movement from its beginnings to its rise as an urban art form.

Drowning Girl, Roy Lichtenstein, 1963

Masterworks from MoMA  

National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne

09 giugno – 07 ottobre

MoMA at NGV will provide a unique survey of the Museum’s iconic collection. Consisting of approximately 200 key works, arranged chronologically into eight thematic sections, the exhibition will trace the development of art and design from late-nineteenth-century urban and industrial transformation, through to the digital and global present.

Frida Kahlo’s colorful wardrobe @ victoria & albert museum in 2018

Frida Kahlo: making her self up

Victoria and Albert Museum, Londra

16th June – 04th november

The Victoria and Albert Museum announced its major fashion exhibition for 2018, dedicated to Frida Kahlo’s famously vibrant wardrobe. Frida is widely considered a style icon thanks to her eclectic taste and love for colour, print and hauls of jewellery. The artist’s personal items, including necklaces, photographs and letters that have never been seen outside Mexico, will be displayed at the V&A from 16th June.

Colorful artwork of woman faces by Andy Warhol.

Andy Warhol 

Whitney Museum of American Art, New York

November 2018

This is the first comprehensive retrospective of the Warhol’s work organized by an American institution since 1989, and the largest monographic exhibition to date at the Whitney’s new location. The exhibition tours to the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art in Spring 2019, and to the Art Institute of Chicago in Fall 2019.

Cradling Arm, Zhang Yan

La Bellezza ci unisce

China/Città del Vaticano

Tbd 2018

Born to strengthen the ties between Vatican City and China after decades of diplomatic tensions, the project will come to light in 2018, with two exhibitions born from the exchange of works between the papal museums and the Asian country.








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