Gerhard Richter: Painting After All

at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

March 4th - July 5th 2020

The exhibition Painting After All features the artist's six decade-long preoccupation with the twin modes of painterly naturalism and chromatic abstraction, in relation to photographic and other representational iconographies.

Gerhard Richter

Yayoi Kusama: Infinity Mirrored Rooms

at Tate Modern, London

May 11th 2020 - May 9th 2021

Step into infinite space will present a rare chance to experience two of Kusama’s most breathtaking immersive installations, creating the illusion of a boundless universe. Infinity Mirrored Room- Filled with the Brilliance of Life and Chandelier of Grief, will be exhibited together with a small presentation of photographs.

Yayoi Kusama, Aftermath of Obliteration of Eternity, 2009. Courtesy of OTA Fine Arts, Victoria Miro; David Zwirner © YAYOI KUSAMA. Photograph by Cathy Carver.

Adam Pendleton: Who is Queen?

at MoMA, New York

July 25th - October 4th 2020

The Museum of Modern Art will present this summer Adam Pendleton: Who Is Queen?, a large-scale multimedia installation that will transform the museum’s atrium into a theatrical stage, bringing the formal mechanics of musical counterpoint into contact with the aesthetics of protest.

Adam Pendleton, These Elements of Me (2019) (detail). © Adam Pendleton. Courtesy of Pace Gallery.

Tracey Emin / Edvard Munch: The Loneliness of the Soul

at The Royal Academy, London

November 15th 2020 - February 28th 2021

Tracey Emin took an interest in Munch from a young age: “I’ve been in love with this man since I was eighteen”. The Loneliness of the Soul will reveal the way in which Munch has been a constant inspiration and will showcase Emin’s wide-ranging skills as an artist.

Tracey Emin, It – didnt stop – I didnt stop, 2019. Courtesy of Xavier Hufkens

Alex Katz

at Museo Thyssen Bornemisza, Madrid

June 23rd - October 4th 2020

For the first time in Spain, the museum will be presenting a retrospective on the American painter Alex Katz. The display will include around 30 large-format oils accompanied by various studies, offering a survey of the artist’s habitual themes.

Ariel, Alex Katz

Alicja Kwade: Kausalkonsequenz

at the Langen Foundation, Düsseldorf

April 20th - September 20th

Alicja Kwade's sculptural work will be displayed in the backdrop of the prestigious Langen Foundation later this year. Designed by renowned architect Tadao Ando, the foundation's concrete, grand galleries make a striking setting for Alicja Kwade's work, which invade the space to trick the audience's perception, experimenting with space and time, exploring what is real and what is not.

Langen Foundation by architect Tadao Ando, courtesy of Event Inc

Antony Gormley: FEEL

at Busan Museum of Art, South Korea

until April 19th 2020

The Busan Museum of Art in Korea is showing a solo exhibition by Antony Gormley titled Feel and representing the inaugural event in a new series of exhibitions called "Lee Ufan and His Friends" that will begin to take place at Lee Ufan’s space.

Sir Antony Gormley takes visitors to his exhibition at The Royal Academy on a voyage of bodily self discovery. Courtesy of The Economist

Andy Warhol

at TATE Modern, London

March 12th - September 6th 2020

Popularly radical and radically popular, Warhol was an artist who reimagined what art could be in an age of immense social, political and technological change. This major retrospective is the first Warhol exhibition at Tate Modern for almost 20 years, including works never seen before in the UK.

Andy Warhol, Marilyn Diptych, 1962,© The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts / Artists Right Society (ARS), New York and DACS

Dan Flavin

at ICA, Miami

until April 12th 2020

Building on Puerto Rican light (1965) in the museum’s permanent collection, one of the artist’s early signature fluorescent tube light sculptures, ICA Miami is presenting a focused presentation of his works from the mid-1960s.

Dan Flavin, Puerto Rican light (to Jeanie Blake) 2, 1965. Collection of Institute of Contemporary Art, Miami. Gift of Joan and Roger Sonnabend. Photo: Silvia Ros.

David Hockney: Drawing from Life

at the National Portrait Gallery, London

February 27th - June 28th 2020

David Hockney: Drawing from Life, will explore Hockney as a draughtsman from the 1950s to the present by focusing on depictions of himself and a small group of sitters close to him: his muse, Celia Birtwell; his mother, Laura Hockney; and friends, the curator, Gregory Evans, and master printer, Maurice Payne.

© National Portrait Gallery, London

Thomas Ruff

at K21, Düsseldorf

May 9th - August 16th 2020

This exhibition will focus on Ruff’s photographic series from the past twenty years. For his often large-format images, the artist often used found photographs from a wide variety of sources, hence, the exhibition will not only offer an overview of Ruff’s work, but also of nearly 170 years of photographic history.

Courtesy of David Zwirner

Katharina Grosse: It Wasn't Us

at Hamburger Bahnhof, Berlin

April 24th - October 4th 2020

For her upcoming exhibition It wasn’t Us, Katharina Grosse will use the historical hall of the Hamburger Bahnhof, including its walls, floors and ceilings to conceive a three-dimensional atmosphere of vibrating colour that will radically renegotiate the existing order of the space of the museum.

Katharina Grosse, Mumbling Mud, at chi K11 art museum, Shanghai, 2018. Photographed by JJYPHOTO. Courtesy of K11 Art Foundation and Galerie Nächst © Kath.

Alexander Calder: Modern from the Start

at MoMA, New York

Sep 13th 2020 - Jan 2nd 2021

Modern from the Start looks at Calder’s work through the lens of his connection with MoMA. Drawn from the museum's collection and augmented with key loans from the Calder Foundation, this exhibition covers the full scope of Calder’s work, from the earliest wire and wood figures to the monumental abstract sculptures of his later years.

Alexander Calder holds a model of a mobile to be hung in Idlewild International Airport, New York, in 1957. (Photo by Walter Sanders/The LIFE Picture Collection/Getty Images)

Do Ho Suh: 348 West 22nd Street

at LACMA, Los Angeles

until March 29th 2020

Best known for his full-size, fabric reconstructions of his former residences in Seoul, Berlin and New York, Suh’s creations address issues of home, displacement, individuality, and collectivity, articulated through the architecture of domestic space. A recent gift to LACMA, 348 West 22nd Street replicates the artist’s residence in New York.

Exhibition view Do Ho Suh at LACMA. Courtesy of LACMA.

Laure Prouvost: Deep See Blue Surrounding You

at Les Abattoirs, Toulouse

until May 31st 2020

If you missed the French pavilion at the 58th edition of the Venice Biennial last year, you still have a chance to see it at Les Abattoirs in Tolouse. In Deep See Blue Surrounding You, the artist Laure Prouvost has conceived a liquid and tentacular pavilion structured around a reflection on who we are, where we come from, and where we are headed.

Deep See Blue Surrounding You, 2019. Installation view, French Pavilion, Venice Biennale 2019. Courtesy of Lisson Gallery.