The artworld is constantly shifting, but this season is shaping up to be a particularly fruitful period. Since arts and culture are issues that inspire Easy Walk Experience editors every other day, we’ve selected 10 must-see art exhibitions for Fall 2019 that you’ll want to add to your upcoming travel plans. Check them out!
1. Fighting for Visibility: Women Artists in the Nationalgalerie Before 1919
Berlin’s Alte Nationalgalerie is balancing art history’s gender gap with a show timed to the 100-year anniversary of the first female students admitted to the Kunstakademie art school. Artists on view include Sabine Lepsius, Maria Slavona, Caroline Bardua, sculptor Elisabeth Ney, and many lesser-known figures whose work will be displayed at the museum for the first time.
WHEN: October 11, 2019–January 26, 2020.
WHERE: Alte Nationalgalerie, Berlin
2. The Venice Biennale
The theme of the 58th biennale is the Chinese proverb “May you live in interesting times,” with pavilions featuring artists from some 120 different countries. The Arsenale exhibition, curated by Ralph Rugoff of London’s Hayward Gallery, promises “an expansive experience of the deep involvement, absorption, and creative learning that art makes possible.”
WHEN: May 11–November 24, 2019.
WHERE: Multiple Locations, Venice, Italy
3. Shirin Neshat: I Will Greet the Sun Again
This exhibition of Iranian artist Shirin Neshat’s video work and photography chronicles her investigation of ancient and modern Iranian history, the experience of living in exile, and the impact of political upheavals like the Arab Spring and Iran’s Green Revolution. Some 130 works will be presented in this exhibition.
WHEN: October 19, 2019–February 16, 2020.
WHERE: The Broad, Los Angeles
4.Bauhaus Museum Dessau, Germany
Celebrations of the centenary of the Bauhaus movement are taking place across Germany in 2019. Designed by Spanish architectural firm González Hinz Zabala, the building’s steel-block top floor will spotlight furniture, textiles, models and artwork from a permanent collection of more than 49,000 artifacts, while the lower section will be home to temporary exhibitions and events.
WHEN: Opens September 8, 2019.
WHERE: Bauhaus Museum Dessau, Germany
5. Keith Haring Exhibition
Keith Haring is finally getting a major UK exhibition. More than 85 examples of his era-defining work including paintings, drawings, and sculptures will be on view at Tate Liverpool next year. The activist artist’s work provides invaluable insight into the scene in New York in the 1980s, particularly the counterculture, and will be shown alongside photos and videos from that time.
WHEN: June 14–November 10
WHERE: Tate Liverpool, Albert Dock, Liverpool L3 4BB
6. Olafur Eliasson Exhibition
As London reels from Eliasson’s recently-melted monumental climate change awareness installation outside Tate Modern, Ice Watch, the museum is also gearing up for a major survey of the artist’s career so far. The exhibition will include installations like Beauty, his 1993 work that combines a spotlight and a curtain of mist to create a rainbow.
WHEN: July 11–January 5, 2020
WHERE: Tate Modern, Bankside, London
7. Sofonisba Anguissola and Lavinia Fontana
Despite their status as female painters in the 16th century, both Sofonisba Anguissola, who was a court painter for King Phillip II of Spain, and Lavinia Fontana, who is considered the first professional female artist, defied the odds to become highly sought-after talents. The duo will be the subject of a 60-work exhibition next year during the Prado’s bicentenary celebrations, sharing a spotlight with alpha-male Old Masters Rembrandt and Velázquez.
WHEN: October 22–February 2, 2020
WHERE: Museo del Prado, Madrid, Spain
8. Leonardo da Vinci Exhibition
On the 500th anniversary of Leonardo’s death at Amboise in the Loire Valley, the Louvre pays tribute to the Florentine master with an exceptional exhibition. Indeed, only the Louvre could present not only all five of the large Leonardo works and 22 drawings in its collection but also impressive international loans, including drawings from the Royal Collection of Queen Elizabeth II.
WHEN: October 24–February 24, 2020
WHERE: The Louvre, Paris, France
9. Toronto Biennial of Art
This brand-new biennial is a 72-day art exhibition that will include free admission to venues throughout this vibrant Canadian city.
WHEN: September 21–December 1
WHERE: Multiple Locations, Toronto, Canada
10. Gauguin Portraits Exhibition
Later in his career, Gauguin painted numerous portraits, around 50 of which will go on show in this first exhibition to focus on his move away from Impressionism to Symbolism. The show includes multiple portraits of the same sitter together with a series of self-portraits that present the artist in various guises.
WHEN: October 7–January 26, 2020
WHERE: National Gallery, Trafalgar Square, London
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