It’s a division of debuts for artists — from Renaissance masters never afore apparent in New York to applesauce pianists with blemish building shows — and additionally for absolute estate. In accession to the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council’s 40,000-square-foot arts centermost at Governors Island and Pace Gallery’s new flagship belfry in Chelsea, both slated to accessible in September, the Building of Modern Art reopens afterwards an all-encompassing advance and amplification on Oct. 21. You’ll acquisition these highlights, and added than 100 others, below, including watercolors, pastels, immigrant stories, fairs and a abounding year of women-centered art shows in Baltimore.
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FRENCH FASHION, WOMEN, AND THE FIRST WORLD WAR An assay of the war-era amplification of women’s freedoms as reflected in clothing, both mass-market and haute couture apparel by Chanel and Lanvin. Sept. 5-Jan. 5; Artisan Graduate Center, bgc.bard.edu.
THEASTER GATES: ASSEMBLY HALL The multimedia Chicago accoutrement and activist Theaster Gates will be affective 15,000 books, 60,000 slides and added to transform four of the Walker Art Center’s galleries into an immersive absolute environment. Sept. 7-Jan. 12; Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, walkerart.org.
UNTO THIS LAST: TWO HUNDRED YEARS OF JOHN RUSKIN The bicentenary of the amusing reformer, ecologist, and art analyzer John Ruskin, in paintings, drawings, manuscripts, and memorabilia. Sept. 5-Dec. 8; Yale Centermost for British Art, New Haven, Conn., britishart.yale.edu.
IN A CLOUD, IN A WALL, IN A CHAIR: SIX MODERNISTS IN MEXICO AT MIDCENTURY Entrancing assignment by six basic changeable artists, from Anni Albers to Sheila Hicks, who were afflicted by a Mexican sensibility. Sept. 6-Jan. 12; Art Institute of Chicago, artic.edu.
GOLDEN PROSPECTS: CALIFORNIA GOLD RUSH DAGUERREOTYPES A attending aback at the 1848 gold rush, the aboriginal accumulation abnormality captured by photography. Sept. 6-Jan. 26; Nelson-Atkins Building of Art, Kansas City, Mo., nelson-atkins.org.
MUST’VE BEEN A WAKE-DREAM: GUADALUPE ROSALES An all-embracing annal of accurate adumbration documenting Latinx adolescence ability in Southern California. Sept. 6-Oct. 18; Gordon Parks Foundation, Pleasantville, N.Y., gordonparksfoundation.org.
PORTRAIT OF MILWAUKEE Eight decades of the burghal in photographs. Sept. 6-March 1; Milwaukee Art Museum, Milwaukee, mam.org.
ELIAS SIME: TIGHTROPE The Ethiopian artisan Elias Sime builds intricate abstruse tableaux with electrical wires, motherboards, and added reclaimed e-waste. Sept. 7-Dec. 8; Ruth and Elmer Wellin Building of Art, Hamilton College, Clinton, N.Y., hamilton.edu/wellin.
THE FACADE COMMISSION: WANGECHI MUTU, THE NEWONES, WILL FREE US The Kenyan-American artisan Wangechi Mutu installs the first-ever commissioned sculptures in the museum’s facade. Sept. 9-Jan. 12; Metropolitan Building of Art, metmuseum.org.
MODERNISMS: IRANIAN, TURKISH, AND INDIAN HIGHLIGHTS FROM NYU’S ABBY WEED GREY COLLECTION Paintings from the 1960s and ’70s complete the appointment of Western addition with age-old cultures. Sept. 10-Dec. 7; Grey Art Gallery, New York University, greyartgallery.nyu.edu.
BRENDAN FERNANDES: CONTRACT AND RELEASE The choreographer and sculptor, who afresh appeared in the Whitney Biennial, activates Isamu Noguchi’s carve with a appropriate accession of axle and dancers. Sept. 11-March 8; Noguchi Museum, noguchi.org.
THE HILTON ALS SERIES: LYNETTE YIADOM-BOAKYE Sensitive portraits of abstruse bodies by the London-based painter Lynette Yiadom-Boakye, called by The New Yorker analyzer and babysitter Hilton Als. Sept. 12-Dec. 15; Yale Centermost for British Art, New Haven, Conn., britishart.yale.edu.
LIU WEI A Beijing-based artisan specializing in architectural geometries. Sept. 13-Jan. 5; Building of Abreast Art Cleveland, mocacleveland.org and Oct. 13-Feb. 16; Cleveland Building of Art, clevelandart.org.
MAPA WIYA (YOUR MAP’S NOT NEEDED): AUSTRALIAN ABORIGINAL ART FROM THE FONDATION OPALE An unmissable appearance of paintings, bouncer and alveolate log coffins from one of the world’s arch collections. Sept. 13-Feb. 2; The Menil Collection, Houston, menil.org.
WOMEN TAKE THE FLOOR An aggressive reinstallation of the accumulating centered on women artists and the changeable experience, from underrecognized names to Alice Neel’s acclaimed account of the art historian Linda Nochlin. Sept. 13-May 3; Building of Accomplished Arts, Boston, mfa.org.
COLOR WOODCUTS IN THE ARTS AND CRAFTS ERA Hand-colored woodcuts were the attractive hipster bequest of a aeon ago, accumulation new Western absorption in Japanese architectonics with fears about automated reproduction. Sept. 14-March 22; Minneapolis Institute of Art, artsmia.org.
“SOMETHING OVER SOMETHING ELSE”: ROMARE BEARDEN’S PROFILE SERIES Added than 30 ecstatic, agreeable collages by an American adept of the form. Sept. 14-Feb. 2; Aerial Building of Art, Atlanta, high.org.
VIRGIL ORTIZ: ODYSSEY OF THE VENUTIAN SOLDIERS EXHIBITION Virgil Ortiz, the avant-garde Pueblo potter, uses a different alloy of science fiction and folk art to brainwash visitors about the alleged Pueblo Revolt of 1680, in which Spanish colonizers were apprenticed out of what is now New Mexico by the area’s aboriginal people. Sept. 13-June 14; Montclair Art Museum, Montclair, N.J., montclairartmuseum.org.
VERROCCHIO: SCULPTOR AND PAINTER OF RENAISSANCE FLORENCE Attending for the corrective adobe apprehension of a atramentous Lorenzo de’ Medici in this all-embracing display of works by Andrea del Verrocchio, the abstruse goldsmith-turned-painter who accomplished Perugino and Leonardo da Vinci. Sept. 15-Jan. 12; National Arcade of Art, Washington, D.C., nga.gov.
SEARCHING THE SKY FOR RAIN SculptureCenter in Long Island Burghal pushes aback adjoin the accessible agency that identity-based art can be alone with a 16-artist appearance that asks, “Who has the appropriate to abstraction?” Sept. 16-Dec. 16; SculptureCenter, sculpture-center.org.
MEMORY PALACES: INSIDE THE COLLECTION OF AUDREY B. HECKLER A absolute cyclone of self-taught art and art brut, with works by added than 70 artists. Sept. 17-Jan. 26; American Folk Art Museum, folkartmuseum.org.
BERTOLDO DI GIOVANNI: THE RENAISSANCE OF SCULPTURE IN MEDICI FLORENCE Nearly every actual allotment by a Florentine sculptor who advised with Donatello and accomplished Michelangelo — in what is somehow his actual aboriginal monographic show. Sept. 18-Jan. 12; Frick Collection, frick.org.
CHICAGO INVITATIONAL The capricious New Art Dealers Alliance takes its youth-oriented art fair to Chicago. Sept. 18-21; Chicago Athletic Association Hotel, newartdealers.org.
IN THE COMPANY OF HAROLD PRINCE: BROADWAY PRODUCER, DIRECTOR, COLLABORATOR A above career overview for the “giant of Broadway and reaper of Tonys,” who died beforehand this year. Sept. 18-March 31; The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts, nypl.org.
EXPO CHICAGO The admirable old fair by the lake. Sep. 19-22; Navy Pier, Chicago, expochicago.com.
LMCC’S ARTS CENTER AT GOVERNORS ISLAND The Lower Manhattan Cultural Council begins its division with site-specific installations by the artists Yto Barrada and Michael Wang in its expanded, adapted and anew abiding home in an 1870s-era amplitude on Governors Island. Sept. 19; lmcc.net.
N.Y. ART BOOK FAIR One of the better fairs for artisan books, monographs and zines. Sept. 20-22 (opening night is Sept. 19); MoMA PS1, printedmatterartbookfairs.org.
ROBERT COLESCOTT: ART AND RACE MATTERS A full-tilt, abaft attendant for an artisan who accumulated annoying ancestral adumbration with airy acrylic administration and color. Sept. 20-Jan. 12; Abreast Arts Center, Cincinnati, contemporaryartscenter.org.
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JASON MORAN The applesauce pianist’s traveling building debut, organized by the Walker Art Centermost in Minneapolis, arrives in New York for a star-studded finale. Sept. 20-Jan. 5; Whitney Museum, whitney.org.
TORONTO BIENNIAL OF ART This aboriginal biennial is a 72-day art exhibition that will accommodate chargeless acceptance to venues throughout this active Canadian city. Sept. 21-Dec. 1; torontobiennial.org.
WITH CHILD: OTTO DIX / CARMEN WINANT A abundant nude by Otto Dix, on its aboriginal appointment to the United States, pairs with a multimedia allotment by the abreast artisan Carmen Winant for an almighty aboveboard attending at pregnancy. Sept. 21-Dec. 15; Worcester Art Museum, Worcester, Mass., worcesterart.org.
SACRED DEDICATION: A KOREAN BUDDHIST MASTERPIECE A thousand-year-old gilded copse bronze of the Korean bodhisattva of benevolence makes a appropriate appointment to our nation’s capital. Sept. 21-March 22; Freer Sackler Smithsonian, Washington, D.C., freersackler.si.edu.
PHOTOGRAPHY FOLK ART: LOOKING FOR AMERICA IN THE 1930s Photographs from the New Deal’s astronomic documentary projects, forth with colloquial art and architectonics calm in the aforementioned period. Sept. 21-Jan. 19; Art Institute of Chicago, artic.edu.
HANS HOFMANN: THE NATURE OF ABSTRACTION The broadest career assay yet for the German-American painter, drillmaster and colonnade of absorption (1880-1966). Sept. 21-Jan. 5; Peabody Essex Museum, Salem, Mass., pem.org.
POPE.L: INSTIGATION, ASPIRATION, PERSPIRATION A above leash of exhibits for the assured Newark-born artisan Pope.L will accommodate a reprise of 13 performances at the Building of Modern Art; a new accession at the Whitney; and a hundred-person “crawl” from the West Village to Union Square, organized by the Public Art Fund. Sept. 21, downtown; Oct. 10-winter 2020, Whitney Museum; Oct. 21-January 2020, Building of Modern Art, publicartfund.org, whitney.org, moma.org.
BETYE SAAR: CALL AND RESPONSE A hometown attendant for the adept of politically beaming bricolage, with a focus on the pocket-size sketchbooks in which she develops her ideas. Sept. 22-Apr. 5; Los Angeles County Building of Art, lacma.org.
VIJA CELMINS: TO FIX THE IMAGE IN MEMORY A career assay for the Latvian-born artisan best accepted for capturing the monumentality of ocean after-effects in attentive monochromes; organized with the San Francisco Building of Modern Art. Sept. 24-Jan. 12; Met Breuer, metmuseum.org.
HENRY CHALFANT: ART VS. TRANSIT, 1977-1987 Photographs that abduction the atomic bearing of subway-car graffiti art — and, not incidentally, hip-hop — in 1970s and ’80s New York City. Sept. 25-March 8; Bronx Building of Art, bronxmuseum.org.
TIMOTHY WASHINGTON: CITIZEN/SHIP A Los Angeles artisan and accoutrement of the 1960s and ’70s Atramentous Arts Movement presents his aboriginal accession project, an Afrofuturist booty on the present moment. Sept. 25-March 1; California African-American Museum, Los Angeles, caamuseum.org.
ORDER AND ORNAMENT: ROY LICHTENSTEIN’S ENTABLATURES Patterns aerial from burghal appointment barrio become adorable abstractions in these works on cardboard by the Manhattanite adept of Pop Art. Sept. 27-2020; Whitney Museum, whitney.org.
URBAN INDIAN: NATIVE NEW YORK NOW A mix of artworks and association programs appraise what it means, and what it’s like, to be Native American in New York City. Sept. 27-Feb. 15; Building of the Burghal of New York, mcny.org.
RUBENS, REMBRANDT, AND DRAWING IN THE GOLDEN AGE Precise, businesslike and blue sketches by the 17th-century Dutch masters. Sept. 28-Jan. 5, Art Institute of Chicago, artic.edu.
GENERATIONS: A HISTORY OF BLACK ABSTRACT ART This ample assay of “the ability of abstruse art as a political choice” for postwar atramentous artists was originally organized with the Ogden Building of Southern Art in New Orleans beneath the Camus-inflected appellation “Solidary & Solitary.” Sept. 29-Jan. 19; Baltimore Building of Art, artbma.org.
LARI PITTMAN: DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE A absolute painting and cartoon attendant for an uncompromising colonnade of the Angeleno art scene. Sept. 29-Jan. 5; Bang Museum, Los Angeles, hammer.ucla.edu.
THE TOUCH OF COLOR: PASTELS AT THE NATIONAL GALLERY OF ART A actual bout of the able average from the Renaissance to the present, including abounding altar that accept never afore been shown. Sept. 29-Jan. 26; National Arcade of Art, Washington, D.C., nga.gov.
ASSYRIA: PALACE ART OF ANCIENT IRAQ Three-thousand-year-old abatement sculptures, a aerial point of Mesopotamian art, are on accommodation from the British Museum. Oct. 2-Sept. 5, 2022; Getty Building at Getty Villa, Pacific Palisades, Calif., getty.edu.
ERNST LUDWIG KIRCHNER The Neue Galerie’s above abatement appearance considers the role of blush in the German artist’s alive oeuvre, from 1907 to 1937. Oct. 3-Jan. 13; Neue Galerie, neuegalerie.org.
TETSUYA ISHIDA: SELF-PORTRAIT OF OTHER Afore his abortive afterlife in 2005, Ishida acclimated surreal adumbration to erect a actual Japanese array of aloof dismay. This display campaign to one of Chicago’s newest exhibition spaces from Madrid’s Museo Reina Sofía. Oct. 3-Dec. 14; Wrightwood 659, Chicago, wrightwood659.org.
JEAN-JACQUES LEQUEU: VISIONARY ARCHITECT, DRAWINGS FROM THE BIBLIOTHÉQUE NATIONALE DE FRANCE Bizarre and alluring fantasias in ink, fabricated during France’s agitated alteration from absolution to republic to empire. Oct. 4-Jan. 5; The Menil Collection, Houston, menil.org.
JOHN SINGER SARGENT: PORTRAITS IN CHARCOAL No one could accompany out charcoal’s atramentous flash like Sargent, who focused on the average for about two decades at the end of his life; organized with the National Account Gallery. Oct. 4-Jan. 12; Morgan Library & Museum, themorgan.org.
MARIAN ZAZEELA An addition to handsome, easygoing works on cardboard by an artisan best accepted for complete and ablaze installations fabricated with her assistant (and husband), La Monte Young. Oct. 5-summer 2020; Dia:Beacon, Beacon, N.Y, diaart.org.
J. M. W. TURNER: WATERCOLORS FROM TATE Nearly a hundred watercolors by the acclaimed 19th-century British painter, on accommodation from the Tate in London, accomplish their alone stateside landfall in Connecticut. Oct. 5-Feb. 23; Mystic Seaport Museum, Mystic, Conn., mysticseaport.org.
GREAT FORCE Commissions and contempo assignment by 21 artists, including Tomashi Jackson and Sable Elyse Smith, accost chase in America beyond a array of media. Oct. 5-Jan. 5; Institute for Abreast Art at Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, Va., icavcu.org.
BY THEIR CREATIVE FORCE: AMERICAN WOMEN MODERNISTS The Baltimore Building of Art bliss off a year of women-focused exhibitions with Georgia O’Keeffe and Grace Hartigan, amid others, to mark the bazaar of women’s suffrage. Oct. 6-July 5; Baltimore Building of Art, artbma.org.
EVA LEWITT Affected architectural whimsies in a adolescent artist’s abandoned building debut. Oct. 6-Apr. 5; Aldrich Abreast Art Museum, Ridgefield, Conn., aldrichart.org.
NICOLAS MOUFARREGE: RECOGNIZE MY SIGN Different abstract paintings by a Lebanese artisan who spent his aftermost years, afore an abortive death, in the East Village; organized by the Abreast Arts Building Houston. Oct. 6-Feb. 16; Queens Museum, queensmuseum.org.
THE LAST KNIGHT: THE ART, ARMOR, AND AMBITION OF MAXIMILIAN I A huge assay of the cultural appulse of European armor on the quincentennial of an affecting Hapsburg emperor’s death. Oct. 7-Jan. 5; Metropolitan Building of Art, metmuseum.org.
AGNES DENES: ABSOLUTES AND INTERMEDIATES A above attendant for the Hungarian-American conceptualist at New York’s arty new exhibition space. Oct. 9-Jan. 19; The Shed, theshed.org.
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THE PENCIL IS A KEY: DRAWINGS BY INCARCERATED ARTISTS The independent abandon of cartoon has been a analytic escape for prisoners from the Parisian Communard Gustave Courbet to abreast American inmates. Oct. 11-Jan. 5; Cartoon Center, drawingcenter.org.
MADE IN TOKYO: ARCHITECTURE AND LIVING, 1964/2020 The Tokyo architectonics close Atelier Bow-Wow advised and curated this exhibition, which advance the beauteous transformations of the Japanese apple amid two Olympic Games. Oct. 11-Jan. 26; Japan Society, japansociety.org.
JAMES TISSOT: FASHION & FAITH Tissot’s abundant angle of 19th-century Paris and London association afire on the West Coast. Oct. 12-Feb. 9; Legion of Honor Museum, San Francisco, legionofhonor.famsf.org.
AN ART OF CHANGES: JASPER JOHNS PRINTS, 1960-2018 This six-decade assay is organized by the Walker Art Centermost in Minneapolis — but it’s advancing to Pittsburgh first. Oct. 12-Jan. 19; Carnegie Building of Art, Pittsburgh, cmoa.org.
WAKING DREAM Above works by Do Ho Suh and Christian Marclay, as able-bodied as San Antonio artists, inaugurate an affected new clandestine museum. Oct. 13-2022; Ruby City, San Antonio, rubycity.org.
ANCIENT NUBIA NOW A once-in-a-lifetime appearance of carve and adornment from the age-old Sudanese kingdoms that rivaled Egypt — at the building with the better Nubian accumulating alfresco Khartoum. Oct. 13-Jan. 20; Building of Accomplished Arts, Boston, mfa.org.
ALONSO BERRUGUETE: FIRST SCULPTOR OF RENAISSANCE SPAIN Added than 40 works from the 16th-century sculptor whose corrective board “Sacrifice of Isaac” has the bleeding expressionism of a 1920s banana book. Oct. 13-Feb. 17; National Arcade of Art, Washington, D.C., nga.gov.
BAPTIZED BY BEEFCAKE: THE GOLDEN AGE OF HAND-PAINTED MOVIE POSTERS FROM GHANA Over-the-top posters were a key allotment of Ghana’s active atramentous bazaar in American VHS tapes in the 1980s and ’90s. Oct. 17-Jan. 5; Poster House, posterhouse.org.
FLESH AND BLOOD: ITALIAN MASTERPIECES FROM THE CAPODIMONTE MUSEUM Titian, Raphael and Gentileschi biking from Naples to the Pacific Northwest. Oct. 17-Jan. 26; Seattle Art Museum, seattleartmuseum.org.
EDITH HALPERT AND THE RISE OF AMERICAN ART Reconsidering the absolute access of the woman who opened Greenwich Village’s aboriginal bartering art arcade in 1926. Oct. 18-Feb. 9; Jewish Museum, thejewishmuseum.org.
MARINO MARINI: ARCADIAN NUDES An Italian sculptor wrestles with the classical attitude in this tightly-focused appearance of Apple War II-era changeable nudes. Oct. 17-June 13; Centermost for Italian Modern Art, italianmodernart.org.
SHIRIN NESHAT: I WILL GREET THE SUN AGAIN A career attendant for the Iranian filmmaker and video artist, who lives and works in New York. Oct. 19-Feb. 16; The Broad, Los Angeles, thebroad.org.
ANILA QUAYYUM AGHA: BETWEEN LIGHT AND SHADOW This Pakistani-American artisan fills three galleries with attractive caliginosity that actor the intricately broken screens of Islamic and Middle Eastern architecture. Oct. 19-Feb. 9; Toledo Building of Art, toledomuseum.org.
SALLY MANN: A THOUSAND CROSSINGS This ample overview of the photographer’s career, which includes assignment actuality apparent for the aboriginal time, is centered on her acquaintance in the assuredly different American South. Oct. 19-Feb. 2; Aerial Building of Art, Atlanta, high.org.
CLAUDE MONET: THE TRUTH OF NATURE The Denver Art Building is the alone American area for this astronomic appearance of the quintessential French Impressionist, organized with the Building Barberini in Potsdam, Germany. Oct. 21-Feb. 2; Denver Art Museum, denverartmuseum.org.
MoMA REOPENING The above accident of the division will be the reopening of the Building of Modern Art afterwards a absolute renovation, with a host of agitative exhibits: An accession by David Tudor and Composers Central Electronics will inaugurate a new committed achievement space; Haegue Yang will ample the atrium with kinesthetic sculptures; the anecdotal painter Michael Armitage will accessible the Studio Building at MoMA institutional accord series; Betye Saar’s abstracted and abstruse 1969 aggregation Atramentous Girl’s Window will serve as the ballast for a appearance of her aboriginal prints; and more. Oct. 21; moma.org.
WHEN HOME WON’T LET YOU STAY: MIGRATION THROUGH CONTEMPORARY ART Twenty artists acknowledge to the all-around refugee crisis in a appearance called for a band by the British-Somali artisan Warsan Shire. Oct. 23-Jan. 26; Institute of Abreast Art, Boston, icaboston.org.
THE RENAISSANCE OF ETCHING The bearing of a admirable new aesthetic medium, with illustrations by Albrecht Dürer, Pieter Bruegel the Elder and others. Oct. 23-Jan. 20; Metropolitan Building of Art, metmuseum.org.
HANS HAACKE: ALL CONNECTED This attendant of the German-born, New York-based artisan will accommodate several rarely apparent active sculptures. Oct. 24-Jan. 26; New Museum, newmuseum.org.
RACHEL HARRISON LIFE HACK The aboriginal above career assay for the decidedly exciting sculptor. Oct. 25-Jan. 12; Whitney Museum, whitney.org.
ILLUSIONS OF THE PHOTOGRAPHER: DUANE MICHALS AT THE MORGAN The octogenarian columnist takes the befalling of his aboriginal abounding New York attendant to arrest the Morgan’s vaults, bringing out assignment by Saul Steinberg, William Blake and Edward Lear. Oct. 25-Feb. 2; Morgan Library & Museum, themorgan.org.
SARAH OPPENHEIMER: S-337473 The two astronomic beams of this sculptor’s accession can axis with a visitor’s touch. Opens Oct. 26; Accumulation MoCA, North Adams, Mass., massmoca.org.
WAITING FOR OMAR GATLATO: CONTEMPORARY ART FROM ALGERIA AND ITS DIASPORA An abrupt accumulation appearance called for the analyzer Wassyla Tamzali’s 1979 book about the 1977 blur “Omar Gatlato,” which advised contradictions in Algerian society. Oct. 26-March 15; Wallach Art Gallery, wallach.columbia.edu.
DIRECT MESSAGE: ART, LANGUAGE, AND POWER Text and video art as linguistic analysis. Oct. 26-Jan. 26; Building of Abreast Art Chicago, mcachicago.org.
RICHARD MOSSE: INCOMING A awe-inspiring three-channel video, attempt with aggressive calefaction vision, documenting accumulation migrations in Europe, Africa and the Middle East. Oct. 26-Feb. 17; San Francisco Building of Modern Art, sfmoma.org.
BEATRIZ GONZÁLEZ: A RETROSPECTIVE The Bogotá-born artisan Beatriz González gets her aboriginal all-embracing building appearance in the United States, with over bristles decades of paintings, assets and recycled furniture. Oct. 27-Jan. 20; Building of Accomplished Arts, Houston, mfah.org.
30 AMERICANS A antic through the Rubell Family Collection’s unparalleled accession of works by the best arresting names in contempo and abreast African-American art, from Jean-Michel Basquiat to Kerry James Marshall. Oct. 27-Jan. 12; Barnes Foundation, Philadelphia, barnesfoundation.org.
DAVID HOCKNEY’S YOSEMITE AND MASTERS OF CALIFORNIA BASKETRY 20th-century Paiute and Miwok basketry can be angry to the iPad assets by David Hockney, this auspicious display argues, by the access of California’s geography. Oct. 28-April 5; Heard Museum, Phoenix, heard.org.
PEASANTS IN PASTEL: JEAN-FRANÇOIS MILLET AND THE PASTEL REVIVAL In the mid-19th century, the French painter Jean-François Millet active an anachronistic average for a atypical purpose: documenting the circadian lives of the peasantry. Oct. 29-May 10; Getty Center, Los Angeles, getty.edu.
ALINA SZAPOCZNIKOW The Polish-born Szapocznikow, who accomplished as an artisan in Paris and Prague, fabricated body-part assemblages that were audibly abreast by her acquaintance as a absorption affected survivor as able-bodied as by a radically honest feminism. They’re additionally magically funny. Oct. 29-Dec. 21; Hauser & Wirth New York, hauserwirth.com.
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FÉLIX VALLOTTON: PAINTER OF DISQUIET The centerpiece of a bunched appearance of assignment by the amusing Swiss painter will be two portraits of Gertrude Stein — one Vallotton’s, the added Picasso’s. Oct. 29-Jan. 26; Metropolitan Building of Art, metmuseum.org.
ARTIST IN EXILE: THE VISUAL DIARY OF BARONESS HYDE DE NEUVILLE A self-taught artisan abandoned by Napoleon, the adult larboard abaft a accumulation of adorable ethnographic assets of aboriginal Americans. Nov. 1-Jan. 26; New-York Actual Society, nyhistory.org.
TEFAF NEW YORK FALL The aboriginal of the season’s big art fairs, with a focus on accomplished and adorning arts from antique to 1920. Nov. 1-5; Park Avenue Armory, tefaf.com.
A WONDER TO BEHOLD: CRAFTSMANSHIP AND THE CREATION OF BABYLON’S ISHTAR GATE See the actual bits of the multicolored, beast-adorned, glazed-brick access aboideau to the administrative burghal of Babylon. Nov. 2-May 24; Institute for the Study of the Age-old World, isaw.nyu.edu.
THEATER OF OPERATIONS: THE GULF WARS 1991-2011 Western and Middle Eastern artists reflect on the Persian Gulf war of 1991, the Iraq War and the consecutive catastrophes. Nov. 3-March 1; Building of Modern Art, moma.org.
JULIE MEHRETU Three dozen paintings and as abounding works on cardboard add up to an atomic midcareer assay for the Ethiopian artisan Julie Mehretu: The show, organized with the Whitney, covers added than two decades of abysmal assurance with displacement, diaspora, absorption and the figure. Nov. 3-May 17; Los Angeles County Building of Art, lacma.org.
SHAHIDUL ALAM: TRUTH TO POWER The Bangladeshi columnist Shahidul Alam reframes what we generally alarm the all-around south as the “majority world.” Nov. 8-May 4; Rubin Museum, rubinmuseum.org.
FINDING HOME: FOUR ARTISTS’ JOURNEYS Anecdotal assignment by illustrators Frances Jetter, James McMullan, Yuyi Morales and David Macaulay. Nov. 10-May 25, Norman Rockwell Museum, Stockbridge, Mass., nrm.org.
MEL BOCHNER and BARRY LE VA New and anew reprised installations by two above conceptualists, aperture concurrently. Beginning Nov. 9; Dia:Beacon, Beacon, N.Y., diaart.org.
MARCEL DUCHAMP: THE BARBARA AND AARON LEVINE COLLECTION Aboriginal of a two-part exhibition adulatory a ample contempo allowance of above works by the age-old antecedent of the ready-made. Nov. 9-Oct. 12; Hirshhorn Building and Carve Garden, Washington, si.edu.
DO HO SUH: 348 WEST 22ND STREET The artist’s aboriginal New York apartment, transfigured into clear-cut polyester, reappears in California. Nov. 10-Oct. 25; Los Angeles County Building of Art, lacma.org.
INVENTING ACADIA: PAINTING AND PLACE IN LOUISIANA The characteristic affair of beastly backwoods and swampland. Nov. 15-Jan. 26; New Orleans Building of Art, noma.org.
STRETCHING THE CANVAS: EIGHT DECADES OF NATIVE PAINTING Added than three dozen postwar paintings by Native American artists. Nov. 16-fall 2021; National Building of the American Indian in New York, americanindian.si.edu.
TRAVELS ON PAPER Prints, drawings, and aboriginal photographs of alien vacations — the Instagram of the 19th century. Nov. 16-Feb. 9; The Clark, Williamstown, Mass., clarkart.edu.
THE EXPRESSIONIST FIGURE: 100 YEARS OF MODERN AND CONTEMPORARY DRAWING A simple apriorism with an about absolute unfolding: works on cardboard that amusement the animal body, from Beckmann to Warhol. Nov. 17-Apr. 19; Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, walkerart.org.
BALTHAZAR: A BLACK AFRICAN KING IN MEDIEVAL AND RENAISSANCE ART Considering the history of chase in European depictions of the Three Magi. Nov. 19-Feb. 16; Getty Center, Los Angeles, getty.edu.
GEORGE SEGAL Life-size astute sculptures accomplish a biblical adventure decidedly actual in Segal’s “Abraham’s Farewell to Ishmael,” his 1987 assignment on appearance for the aboriginal time back its restoration. Nov. 22-July 6; Pérez Art Building Miami, pamm.org.
NOT VISIBLE TO THE NAKED EYE: INSIDE A SENUFO HELMET MASK CT scans acknowledge abrupt abstracts central the horns of a august West African mask. Nov. 23-Jan. 3, 2021; Dallas Building of Art, dma.org.
BAUHAUS CHICAGO: DESIGN IN THE CITY On the centenary of the avant-garde German architectonics school, an exhibition focused on the moment back abounding of its arch lights, beat Nazism, landed in Chicago. Nov. 23-Apr. 26; Art Institute of Chicago, artic.edu
MAKING MARVELS: SCIENCE AND SPLENDOR AT THE COURTS OF EUROPE Luxury technology, from the 16th through 18th centuries. Nov. 25-March 1; Metropolitan Museum, metmuseum.org.
MICKALENE THOMAS: BETTER NIGHTS The New York-based collagist and painter Mickalene Thomas transforms galleries into an apartment, furnished with her own assignment and that of others, that evokes her artisan mother’s abode in New Jersey. Dec. 1-Sept. 27; The Bass, Miami, thebass.org.
KÄTHE KOLLWITZ: PRINTS, PROCESS, POLITICS An undersung charlatan of politically answerable art. Dec. 3-March 29; Getty Center, Los Angeles, getty.edu.
UNTITLED, MIAMI BEACH Omar López-Chahoud leads the aggregation that curates this atypical art fair. Dec. 4-8; Ocean Drive and 12th Street, Miami Beach, untitledartfairs.com.
ART BASEL MIAMI BEACH The art affair of the year — with added than 200 exhibitors assuming assignment by 4,000 artists. Dec. 5-8; Miami Beach Convention Center, Miami Beach, artbasel.com.
ARABESQUE Tracing the history of a amusing adorning motif, from the German Romantics to Art Nouveau. Dec. 14-March 22; The Clark, Williamstown, Mass., clarkart.edu.
LEDELLE MOE: WHEN Awe-inspiring accurate active and an 18-foot admiration changeable amount from the South African-born artist. Beginning Dec. 14; Accumulation MoCA, North Adams, Mass., massmoca.org.
FIJI: ART AND LIFE IN THE PACIFIC Added than 200 Fijian sculptures, kava bowls and carriageable temples, forth with a anew commissioned 26-foot canoe. Dec. 15-July 19; Los Angeles County Building of Art, lacma.org.
NADA MIAMI In its 17th year in Miami, the New Art Dealers Alliance’s anniversary fair continues to advertise adolescent artists from about the world. Dec. 5-8; Ice Palace Studios, Miami, newartdealers.org.
THE GREAT HALL COMMISSION: KENT MONKMAN, MISTIKOSIWAK (WOODEN BOAT PEOPLE) Two awe-inspiring paintings from a Cree artisan accepted for his gender-fluid adapt ego Miss Chief Eagle Testickle. Dec. 19-April 12; metmuseum.org.
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