Discover the must-see art exhibits of 2024 around the world, featuring retrospectives of renowned artists like Van Gogh, Monet, Marina Abramović, and more.
2024 is a big year for art! If you love art, you’ll want to see these amazing shows happening around the world. From famous artists to cool new art forms, there’s something for everyone.
Delve into the world of Janet Sobel, a Ukrainian-born, Brooklyn artist who is speculated to have pioneered drip painting before Jackson Pollock. This exhibition, a first in over 60 years, brings together Sobel’s paintings and works on paper, offering new insights into her role in the mid-century Abstract Expressionist scene.
Celebrate the work of Joyce J. Scott with more than 120 pieces of jewelry and sculpture spanning five decades. This retrospective will also highlight the connection between Scott, her mother Elizabeth Talford Scott, and their hometown of Baltimore.
Marking the centennial of artist Toshiko Takaezu, this retrospective explores the evolution of her practice, focusing on the worlds she created within her closed forms and environmental installations.
An exhibition dedicated to Käthe Kollwitz, showcasing her impactful work, especially her portfolio of woodcuts titled “War”.
Celebrating the National Gallery’s 200th anniversary, this exhibition features Van Gogh’s iconic paintings like “Sunflowers” and “Van Gogh’s Chair,” showcasing his time in the South of France.
A unique collection of Claude Monet’s masterpieces depicting London, including views of Charing Cross Bridge, Waterloo Bridge, and the Houses of Parliament, reunites for the first time in over a century.
Germany’s first extensive retrospective of Lee Ufan, a key figure in the Mono-ha movement, showcasing around 50 works spanning five decades. The exhibition juxtaposes Ufan’s work with Rembrandt’s “Self-Portrait with Velvet Beret,” offering insights into post-war Japanese and Korean art.
This inaugural solo exhibition in the Netherlands of Marina Abramović spans her five-decade career, including early works, collaborative ventures with Ulay, and ongoing solo works.
Miami-native artist Jason Seife’s first solo exhibition in the U.S. features site-specific works, including a custom wallpaper, triptychs, and a large-scale canvas, drawing inspiration from his Middle Eastern heritage.
This year, 2024, is packed with amazing art from all over the world. From the U.S. to Europe and beyond, these exhibitions are a great chance to see art by famous artists. Whether you’re a long-time art fan or just starting to explore, these shows are perfect for getting inspired and seeing what’s new in the world of art!
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