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What's on

Since most museums and galleries around the world are temporarily closed because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the          What’s On listing of exhibitions is not currently being updated.


Paris in the Days of Post-Impressionism: Signac and the Indépendants

Montreal, Canada

The Montreal Museum of Fine Arts

Opened 28 Mar 2020

Until 27 Sep 2020

Operation Night Watch

Amsterdam, Netherlands


Opened 8 Jul 2019

Until 31 Dec 2021

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Browse 32 exhibitions


Jan van Eyck in Bruges

This exhibition is devoted to two masterpieces by the Burgundian court painter from Bruges: 'Madonna with Canon Joris Van der Paele' and 'Portrait of his wife Margaretha van Eyck'. Technical research shows how the painter went about planning his paintings and how he occasionally made radical changes during the creative process. 

Closing soon

Bruges, Belgium


Opened 12 Mar 2020

Until 12 Jul 2020

Howard Hodgkin: Memories

An exhibition of paintings by Howard Hodgkin at Hazlitt Holland-Hibbert, 38 Bury Street SW1 (including loans from Tate and private collections), provides insight into a master colourist’s fascination with memory. Bringing together 19 of the artist’s most distinctive paintings, it is the first loan exhibition to be held in London since Hodgkin’s death aged eighty-four in 2017.

Closing soon

London, UK

Hazlitt Holland-Hibbert

Opened 23 Apr 2020

Until 17 Jul 2020

Tomoo Gokita - Game Over

Massimo De Carlo is pleased to present Game Over Tomoo Gokita’s first solo exhibition in Milan, and second with the gallery.

Closing soon

Milan, Italy

Massimo De Carlo, Milan/Lombardia

Opened 4 Mar 2020

Until 18 Jul 2020

From Goya to Manet - The 19th Century in the Alte Pinakothek

Masterpieces from the Neue Pinakothek at the Alte Pinakothek

Open now

Munich, Germany

Alte Pinakothek

Until 24 Jul 2020


The first major exhibition of her Artemisia Gentileschi in the UK. Around 35 works from public and private collections around the world give a selective overview of her career, inclusing some of her best-known paintings and self portraits as well as more recently discovered works.


Open now

London, UK

The National Gallery

Opened 4 Apr 2020

Until 26 Jul 2020

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